What are some signs of God mentioned in the Quran?

And it is He who spread out the earth, and set thereon mountains standing firm, and (flowing) rivers: and fruits of every kind He made in pairs, two and two: He draws the Night as a veil over the Day. Verily in those things there are signs for those who consider. (Quran: Chapter 13, Verse 3)

It is God Who sends down water (rain) from the sky, and with it We bring forth vegetation of all kinds, and out of it We bring forth green stalks, from which We bring forth thick clustered grain. And out of the date palm and its sheaths come forth clusters of dates hanging low and near, and gardens of grapes, olives and pomegranates, each similar (in kind) yet different (in variety and taste). Look at their fruits when they begin to bear, and the ripeness thereof. Verily, in these things there are signs for a people who believe. (Quran: Chapter 6, Verse 99)

 

It is God who has let free the two bodies of flowing water: one palatable and sweet, and the other salt and bitter; yet has He made a barrier between them, a partition that is not to be passed. (Quran: Chapter 25, Verse 53)

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What are some of the signs of God mentioned in the Quran?

And from among His Signs are the night and the day, and the sun and the moon. Prostrate yourselves not to the sun nor to the moon, but prostrate yourselves to God Who created them, if you (really) worship. (Quran: Chapter 41, Verse 37)

 

Look then at the effects (results) of God's Mercy, how He revives the earth after its death. Verily, that (God) (Who revived the earth after its death) shall indeed raise the dead (on the Day of Resurrection), and He is Able to do all things. (Quran: Chapter 30, Verse 50)

 

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Is there an easy way to find verses in the Quran, and Hadith on specific topics?

There is a website built just for people like you. Try the following links (both from the same site).
For location of Quranic verses:

http://www.quran-hadith-index.com/quranpersonalnotes.htm

For location of Hadith:

http://www.quran-hadith-index.com/hadithpersonalnotes.htm

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What are the sources of Islam?

The teachings of Islam come from two sources, the Quran and the Hadith.  Muslims believe the same angel (Gabriel) that came to prophets Abraham, Moses and Jesus also came to prophet Muhammad (peace be upon them all).  Muslims also believe that God, through the angel Gabriel, revealed the Quran to Muhammad (peace be upon him).  This was done over a period of twenty-three years.  Muslims  consider  the  Quran  to  be  God's  last revelation to mankind. In the Quran, God describes it as a healing for all who choose to follow its teachings. The Quran enlightens and guides over one and a half billion people from  around the world.  One in every five persons is a Muslim.

The Hadith are sayings and practices of prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).  Muhammad (peace be upon him)  lived during the sixth and seventh centuries.  Muslims accept him as God’s last prophet and  messenger to mankind.  He invited people to the same God that Abraham, Moses and Jesus (peace be upon them) invited people to.  The sayings of  prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) number in the thousands, and cover a variety of topics.

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What is the Quran?

Muslims believe the same angel Gabriel that came to prophets Abraham, Moses and Jesus also came to Muhammad (peace be upon them all).

Muslims also believe God, through the angel Gabriel, revealed  the Quran to Muhammad (peace be upon him).  This was done over a period of twenty-three years.  Muslims  consider  the  Quran  to  be  God’s  last revelation to mankind.

Since one in every five persons on earth is a Muslim, the Quran enlightens and guides over one billion people  around the world.

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