Divine Kingship

The concept of the kingship of God appears in all Abrahamic religions; Wikipedia

The divine right of kings, divine right, or God's mandate is a political and religious doctrine of royal and political legitimacy. It stems from a specific metaphysical framework in which the king (or queen) is pre-selected as a heir prior to their birth. By pre-selecting the king's physical manifestation, the governed populace actively (rather than merely passively) hands the metaphysical selection of the king's soul – which will inhabit the body and thereby rule them – over to God. In this way, the "divine right" originates as a metaphysical act of humility or submission towards the Godhead. Consequentially, it asserts that a monarch (e.g. a king) is subject to no earthly authority, deriving the right to rule directly from a divine authority, like the monotheist will of God; Wikipedia

Allah has promised those of you who have iman and do right actions that He will make them successors in the land as He made those before them successors, and will firmly establish for them their deen with which He is pleased and give them, in place of their fear, security. ´They worship Me, not associating anything with Me.´ Any who are kafir after that, such people are deviators. (Q24:55)

  • Muhammad is not the father (of syahadat) of any of your men, but (NOT) the (FINAL) Messenger of Allah and (ONLY) the Final Seal of the Prophets. (Q33:40) : The distinction between "Rasul" and "Prophet"
  • We have sent you as a Witness (Q33:45)
  • For every nation is a Messenger/Witness. (Q10:47)
  • There was not a nation that a Warner/Witness did not come to it. (35:24)
  • Messengers/Witnesses of who We have told to you (in this Quran), and Messengers/Witnesses We have not told to (in this Quran). (4:164) We do not make any distinction betweem them (Messengers not mention in the Quran). (3:84) They want to make a distinction (on the Messengers not mention in the Quran) ... such people are the True Kuffar. (Q4:150-151)
  • We have not sent any Messenger/Witness except in the language of his people. (Q14:4)
  • I/Rasul was a Witness against them as long I/Rasul remained among them. (Q5:117)
  • On that Day We will raise up among every community Witnesses against them from amongst themselves. (Q16:89) We will drag out a Witness from each nation and will say, "Produce your evidence!" (Q28:75)
You can ask forgiveness for them, or not ask forgiveness for them. Even if you asked forgiveness for them seventy times, Allah still would not forgive them. That is because they have rejected Allah and His Messenger. Allah does not guide deviant people. (Q9:80)