I would like to ask one question with respect to a sentence I read in the work 'Aqeedah of Tuan Guru'. In the work it is said:
The Speech of Allāh, Most High, is connected to every necessity, possibility and impossibility like in the case of knowledge. The meaning of “connecting” [ta‘alluq] is its pointing out [dalālatihi].
It is said earlier in this very work that the Zabur, the Tawrah, Injil, and Qur'an are expressions of the Speech of Allah, even though they are not "technically" the Speech of Allah (in that the Beginningless Word of Allah does not consist of letters, stopping, etc.).
Now, it may be asked by some people, that if such is the case, then why do we not call our normal, every day speech or actions as the "Speech of Allah", since it is a "realized possibility", and it is connected to the "technical" Speech of Allah in this sense?
I think what such people are asking is that how come the 'revelations' are counted as "expressions of the Speech of Allah", while normal speech/actions are not counted as such? Has any 'Aalim pointed out an answer to this issue?