عن النواس بن سمعان -رضي الله عنه- قال: قال رسول الله -صلى الله عليه وسلم-: "إذا أراد الله -تعالى- أن يُوحِيَ بالأمر تكلم بالوحي أخذتِ السموات منه رَجْفَةٌ -أو قال رعدة- شديدة خوفًا من الله؛ فإذا سمع ذلك أهل السموات صُعِقُوا، وخَرُّوا لله سُجَّدًا، فيكون أول من يرفع رأسه جبريل، فيكلمه الله من وَحْيهِ بما أراد، ثم يمر جبريل على الملائكة، كلما مر بسماء سأله ملائكتها: ماذا قال ربنا يا جبريل؟ فيقول جبريل قال الحقَّ وهو العلي الكبير، فيقولون كلهم مثل ما قال جبريل فينتهي جبريل بالوحي إلى حيث أمره الله".
[إسناده ضعيف.] - [ابن خزيمة في التوحيد، وابن أبي عاصم في السنة.]
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An-Nawwās ibn Sam‘ān (may Allah be pleased with him) reported that the Messenger of Allah (may Allah's peace and blessings be upon him) said: “When Allah, the Almighty, wants to decree an affair, He speaks with revelation, and the heavens start to shake and tremble out of extreme fear of Allah. And when the inhabitants of the heavens hear this, they will be shocked and stunned, and they fall down in prostration to Allah. The first one to raise his head is Jibrīl. Then, Allah speaks to him with revelation about whatever He wants. Then, Jibrīl passes by the other angels, and every time he passes by one of the levels of the heavens, the angels ask him: ‘What did our Lord say, O Jibrīl?’ Jibrīl responds: ‘He said the truth, and He is the Most High, the Greatest.’ Then, all the angels say the same as Jibrīl said. Thereafter, Jibrīl brings the revelation to wherever Allah ordered him.”

Explanation

The Messenger of Allah (may Allah's peace and blessings be upon him) informs us in this Hadīth that when Allah speaks with revelation about whatever He pleases, the heavens start to shudder and shake, and the angels faint in fear and exaltation of Him. Then, the first one to raise his head is Jibrīl (peace be upon him) and Allah speaks to him whatever He wills. Then, Jibrīl carries the revelation to wherever Allah wills. Whenever he passes through one of the heavens, the inhabitants ask him about what the Almighty Lord said and he replies that He told the absolute truth, and that He is Exalted High above everything and the Greatest above all great things.

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