Allah in the Qur’an

What is the picture that the Qur’an creates about God Allah (God), in the list below you will find some of the names and attributes of Allah:

Lord of the Worlds (1 : 1-7)
His Are The Most Beautiful Names (59 : 22-24), (7 : 180), (17 : 110), (20 : 8)
Glorify Allah (57 : 1-6)
The One and Only (112 : 1-4)
Only One, not one of three (4 : 171)
The Only One To Be Worshipped (2 : 255), (6 : 103), (11 : 61), (24 : 41)
The Beneficent, The Merciful (2 : 163), (3 : 31), (11 : 73), (12 : 64), (21 : 112), (52 : 28)
The Light of the Heavens and The Earth (24 : 35)
The Creator, The Originator (2 : 117), (4 : 1), (6 : 102), (10 : 34), (39 : 5)
The Sovereign Lord (23 : 116), (62 : 1)
The Omnipotent, The Able, The All-Encompassing (3: 26), (4 : 85), (6 : 18), (15 : 23), (32 : 22), (46 : 33), (85 : 20)
The Wise, The All-Knowing, The All-Aware (2 : 158), (6 : 115), (9 : 28), (13 : 9), (16 : 91), (31 : 27), (31 : 34), (34 : 26)
The All-Hearing, The All-Seeing (2 : 137), (42 : 11)
The Provider, The Bestower, The Bountiful (2 : 261), (3 : 8), (27 : 40), (42 : 19), (51 : 58)
The Forgiving, The Forbearing (2 : 263), (4 : 149), (16 : 110), (42 : 23), (71 : 4)
The Protector, The Patron, The Helper (8 : 40), (11 : 57), (25 : 31), (42 : 28)
The Truth (24 : 25), (31 : 30)
Lord of the Day of Judgement (55 : 26-27), (2 : 245), (3 : 9), (22 : 7), (22 : 69), (40 : 15-16), (54 : 54-55)

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