In Surah Taha (20:68), Allah, Al-‘Ali (The Highest, The Superior, The Sublime), in the previous ayats, relates the story of Prophet Musa, peace be upon him, when he faced the magicians or sorcerers in Firaun’s (Pharoah’s) court before he threw down his staff. Allah, All Praise be to Allah, is reassuring Prophet Musa, peace be upon him, not to be afraid because he will be al-‘a’la (the uppermost, the superior, the highest). This means that Prophet Musa, peace be upon him, will overcome the magicians’ tricks and his staff will devour their sticks that looked like snakes. In fact, the magicians submitted to Allah, The Most High, realizing Prophet Musa, peace be upon, was a Prophet of Allah, when they witnessed his superiority and the miracle he performed with Allah’s permission. They fell down in prostration in Firaun’s court. Our Lord makes it clear that the Prophets will always be supported. The believers, too, will be supported by Allah if we maintain our faith and loyalty to our Lord.
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