The Truthful Love
Have you ever known a lover who does not give Mahr (i.e. dower) and does not do serving for his beloved?
Can love be sound along with disobeying the beloved and keeping away from his way?
Have you ever seen a Muslim who does not love the Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him?
The answer will be "No". But, the Truthful Love has signs and proofs. The Prophet, peace be upon him, said: «None of you truly believes until I become dearer to him than his children, his parents, and all of mankind» (Agreed upon).
I love the Prophet? Then I should express this love by following him, and by following his Sunnah in word and deed, so that his Sunnah is the path I follow in my…
The Prophet, peace be upon him, said to his caller to prayer: «O Bilal, give us our rest in prayer». From this we know that prayer is what brought the Prophet relaxation and respite, just as it was the sweetness of his eyes.
Ibn Hajar al-`Asqlânî explains: "The 'sweetness of one's eyes' is the beloved that one hopes never to depart from to the bliss that this beloved brings and the happiness that it enriches one's life with. This is experience with prayer only by those who are reverently patient."
Prayer occupies a great status in Islam that is not shared by any other act of worship. This is indicated by the following:
1– It is the pillar of the religion, which cannot stand without…
What is the merit of Friday over other days ? and why ?
Praise be to Allaah.
Friday has many distinguishing features and virtues that Allaah has bestowed upon this day and not others.
It was narrated that Abu Hurayrah and Hudhayfah (may Allaah be pleased with them) said: The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: "Allaah led those who came before us away from Friday. The Jews had Saturday, and the Christians had Sunday. Then Allaah brought us and Allaah guided us to Friday. So there is Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and thus they will follow us on the Day of Resurrection. We are the last of the people of this world but we will be the…
Fasting six days of Shawwâl after Ramadan is one of those precious opportunities of good, where the believing slave grabs the chance and remains for the rest of his life moving from an act of obedience to the other, and from an act of worship to the other.
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