"The Knowledge Of Hadith Is Your Flesh And Blood And You Will Be Asked Concerning It On The Day Of Judgement, So Look Who You Are Taking It From"
Imam Maalik (d.179H) [ al-Muhaddith al-Fasil p.416] and [ al-Kifayah p.21 of al-Khatib]
My sister you also have a responsibility in the dawah. You have a role in the dawah. The people will look at you my sisters, they will look at your behaviour, manners and etiquette and you will either be a cause for them to be tuned to the direction of Islam… Or you may be the cause of turning them away from Islam
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لم أرَ خليلاً يرفع قدر خليله گَـالقرآن فطوبى لمن اتخذَ
"I have never seen a companion/friend that raises the value/status of his friend like the Qur’aan, so glad tidings to whoever took Qur’aan as a companion".
It is narrated that the wife of Ibn Mas’ood (May Allaah be pleased with them both) requested from him a Jilbaab (an outer garment) and he said: “I fear that you will leave the Jilbaab of Allaah which He has covered you with.”
She said: “What is that?”
He said: “Your house.”
[Source: A Women’s Guided to Raising a family, by Shaykh Saalih Al-Fawzaan (May Allaah preserve him), page 9]
Assalaamu Alaykum Warahmatullahi Wa Barakatuh
تقبل الله منا ومنكم صالح الأعمال
May Allaah accept our Ramadan and allow us to enter in the door of Ar-rayyan! Ameen! Love you sisters for the sake of Allah az’al wajal, have a blessed eid with your family and loved ones bithnillaah.
Reminder to myself first!
The month of Ramadan is coming to an end and we must ask ourselves, what have we gained out of this Beloved month? The month were everyone was trying to rush to deeds as fast as they could. Some would stand up in prayer through the nights. Some would give out Sadaqaah. Some would finish the Qur’an 10+ during this month. Most were dealing with hunger and thirst through the long hours of the day and Alhamdulillaah it was all worth it. But does it stop here? Does it stop when Ramadan goes? La!!! Ramadan is a month where we revive our eemaan and build a schedule in were we worship Allaah through the days and nights, so that when Ramadan goes, we continue these deeds! The qiyam, sawm and so on.
Ibn Rajab Al-Hanbali said:
"Slaves of Allaah! The month of Ramadan is determined to leave and there are but a few days left of it. Those of you who have done good should complete it (in goodness) and whoever has neglected it then let him end it in goodness since actions are according to their ending. So enjoy the few nights and days that are left and bid it farewell by performing good deeds which can be witness for you with Al-Malik Al-‘Alam, and see it off by parting with the most pure greeting and salam." [Lata’ef Al-Ma’arif, P. 386]
So lets all try to end of Ramadan with a good ending, and pure intentions bithnillaah. May Allaah accept this Ramadan from us, may Allaah forgive us and may Allaah allows us to enter His Jannah tul-Firdows!! Allaahumma ameen.
Baraka’Allaahu Feekunnaa. Asalamu’ alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatu!
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This powerful Khutbah is a must listen for the youth, mothers and fathers. Our brother Abu Khadeejah delivered this sermon today (Friday 18th July 2014) at Masjid as-Sunnah an-Nabawiyyah in Aston, Birmingham. He focused on the affair of benefitting ourselves before Ramadaan comes to an end and get the best out of our worship, and to understand your duty before Allaah, and the responsibility placed upon each and every one of us on a daily basis. Points of discussion: Sins, mercy, forgiveness, Laylatul-Qadr, Imaan, tawheed, youth, parents, calamities.
#last ten nights