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HADITHQUDSI  (Sacred Hadith)      Translated by:Syed Masood-ul-Hasan       Revision and     Commentaries by:  Ibrahim M. K...
CONTENTSPublishers Note                                             09Superiority of Monotheism                           ...
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  1. 1. HADITHQUDSI (Sacred Hadith) Translated by:Syed Masood-ul-Hasan Revision and Commentaries by: Ibrahim M. Kunna Published by:DARUSSALAMPublishers and Distributors Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
  2. 2. CONTENTSPublishers Note 09Superiority of Monotheism 11··Hazardousness of Shirk 14Warning against hypocrisy 15One whose intention is not pure will deserve Hell 17Superiority of the believers in the Oneness of Allah and the punishment of Jews and Christians 19Superiority of those who neither treat with amulet, nor get themselves branded nor take omens 20Broadness of Allahs Mercy 21An example of Allahs Mercy on his slaves 22Waming to those who loose hope in the Mercy of Allah 23Fear of Allah 25He who loves to meet Allah, Allah too loves to meet him 26Allah screens the believer in the world and the Hereafter 27Superiority of the believer 28Devils promptings 29Prohibition of Pride and Vanity 30Prohibition of Abusing Time 30Son of Adam tells a lie against his Lord and abuses him 31Everybody will do according to his destiny 32Superiority of disbelief in Stars 32Discouragement ofDesparation 33Paradise is surrounded with hardships whereas Hell is encompassed with lusts 34Some of what Allah has prepared for His righteous slaves 35Allahs pleasure for the inhabitants ofParadise 36Inhabitants of Paradise will be given pursuit 37The last to enter Paradise 39Superiority of martyrs 43Reason of revelation of Allahs Statement on martyrs .45Some attributes of the Inhabitants of Paradise and Hell 47Worthlessness of this world 50
  3. 3. Some Scenes of Resurrection 51"All the earth is in His possession on the Day of Resurrection" 56Question about worldly pleasure on the Day of Resurrection ... 57Compassion of Allahs Messenger rLJ <.;k.uJ1 ~ on his Ummah .58Fever and other diseases lessen sins 60When a slave falls sick, reward will be recorded for him according to what he was doing in the state of health ,.. 61One who is deprived of his eyesight and remains patient, Allahs reward for him will be Paradise 61Intimidation against committing suicide 62Sin of the one who murders unjustly 63Superiority of Dhikr and becoming close to Allah 64Superiority of the company of pious people 67Continuous inducement for repentance and seeking Allahs forgiveness 69Sign of Allahs love for His slave 71Exhortation for developing mutual love and mercy among the Muslims 73Superiority of the one who granted a grave period to an insolvent 74Merit of love for the sake of Allah 75The merits of one who accepts the Will of Allah at the death of ones son or a brother.. 77Superiority of spending on good works and enjoining that 81Nothing but sand can satisfy fully the belly of Son of Adam 83Superiority of making ablution at night (i.e. praying) 84Superiority of supplication at night 85Our Lord <kJr wonders at two men 86Superiority of Voluntary prayers 87Merits of raising the (Adhdn) prayer-call 88Superiority of Fajr and Asr Prayers 89Superiority of staying in the mosque from Maghrib (Evening) prayer to IsM (Night) prayer 90Superiority of performance of four Rakat at the forenoon 91Superiority of La haula wa fa quwwata illa Billdh 92
  4. 4. Superiority of asking forgiveness by a son for his parents 92Satans provision (sustenance) 93The first creation of Allah 94Superiority of saying: peace be upon the Prophet 94Inducement of good and Prohibition of evil 95Superiority of Sural Al-Fdtiha (the Opening Surah) 96Sin of breaking ties with the relatives 98Injustice is forbidden 99Portraying animateness is Forbidden 101Punishment of those who quarrel with one another 102Superiority of the Followers of Muhammad rLJ ~ illl J-<> 103Punishment of the one who alters in religion after the death of the Prophet rLJ ~ ill I J-<> 106The Upper Hand is better than the Lower 108Allahs Endowment upon Prophet Muhammad rLJ ~ ill I J-<> 109If neighbours witness that the dead was pious Allah forgives him 109The Plague Reward IIIThe Worst Places 112The Kauthar 113Superiority of the Words .uJ1 11 (.11 115 "Whether you disclose what is in your minds or conceal, Allah will reckon you accordingly". . 116Superiority of the Day of Arafah when the Lord ~Jr becomes proud of the pilgrims 120Superiority of Fasting (Saum) 122Origin of writing and making witnesses 124The story of Mus a and the Angel of Death 125Allahs Grace on His Prophet Ayub (Job) r:>LJl ~ 126Hazardousness of claim to the Pre-Islamic Period of Ignorance 127
  5. 5. In the Name of Allah, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful Kalamullah.Com
  6. 6. Publishers NoteThe main source of Islamic Shariab is Quran which isrevealed in the exact Words of Allah ..HJr hence it istermed as Wahy Matlu (Oft-recited Revelation in AllahsWords). Quran covers the Divine orders, guidingprinciples and other facts in a general form. The secondsource is Hadith which are the Traditions of the Prophet r1-J ~.u.J1 uL. . Ahadith inform us about the practical aspectsof Divine commandments for human life and provideexplanations and demonstrations of the basic principlesoutlined by Allah ..kJr .In fact Ahadith are the sayings, deeds and approvals of theProphet r1-J ~ <-111 ~ under Divine guidance, so these aretermed as Wahy Ghair Matlu or Wahy Marvi (Revelationnarrated in the words of the Prophet rLJ ~ .u.J1 uL.). ThusAhadith are an indispensable to a Muslim as the Qur an isto understand Islam and act according to it.Some Ahadith hold a distinct place and are termed asAhadith Qudsi (Sacred Traditions). Generally Ahadith aretraced back to the Prophet r1-J 41P <-111 ~ as regards theirauthority, but the authority in Ahadith Qudsi is attributed toAllah ..HJf through the Prophet rLJ ~ .u.J1 uL.. The distinctionbetween the Qur an and Ahadith Qudsi is that the Qur an isin the direct wording of Allah as from Al-Lauh Al-Mahfu:(the Preserved Tablet) while Ahadith Qudsi are from Allahas to the meaning and from the Prophet as to the wording.We are producing here a collection of Ahadith Qudsirelating to the important aspects of daily life so that the 9
  7. 7. readers may get benefited from it for the success in thislife as well as in Hereafter. Original text of the Ahadith inthe Arabic language is also given with the Englishtranslation because the translations do not convey the fullmeanings of the original language.May mercy and blessings of Allah be upon our ProphetMuhammad, his family, Companions and all who follow him. Abdul-Malik Mujahid General Manager 10
  8. 8. :~ ~f{~ /~~~/~ .. t ~:~".w J~J J(j)) :Jj~~~.w ~Jj~ ~i:.r ... "" " " .. "" c» J. -;. "" -;,~." I-:I~~ :."~.w~LJ;L,;.~" : ~l: ~"~.wJ.~" 0 // 0 "" "" ." ~J .J ~ ~ " ;.. ~ r...r:-.J f ~ ~ J. "" «>; "" J. /~ ,......-; .• ~I -JI" ~ .";;! ~ "" ,;.1". 13. f~ :.." .lj ~ ""-rJ . ~ ~ ~.J .Jf ~ ~ c..s; ~.J "" "" / ... "" ... """ ... (( ~J..:>.)) .~" .t • I-:(:.~;"·il ~."~ ~ ~~r~.~ ~ -..... ~ ~ ~ / " " " " "" , ~/ ~ ~.r. ~"[..4.>i ..l:.....-o J ~LA ~3 ~ C3.J Superiority of Monotheism1) Narrated Abu Dhar "",...uI-r"J:AllahsMessenger...uIJ...o~J ~ said that Allah ~J ~ said: He who comes with agood deed, its reward will be ten like that or even more.And he who comes with vice, his reward will be only onelike that, or I can forgive him. He who draws close to Me ahands span, I will draw close to him an arms length. Andwhoever draws near Me an arms length, I will draw nearhim a fathoms length. And whoever comes to Mewalking, I will go to him running. And whoever faces Mewith sins nearly as great as the earth, I will meet him withforgiveness nearly as great as that, provided he does notworship something with me. (This Hadab is sound and reported by Muslim, Ibn Majah and Ahmad in his Musnad). Another prophetic tradition says: (He who met Allah associating anything with Him, will enter Hell) (Muslim) ********* 11
  9. 9. J~ Jc; : Jc;~~~4 ~J l;?J:JJ ~"~.) ~ , ", CO -;; ,..... ........,t.;,G ~ll ", y O.J.. ~ "... J. .. ~.J 0<:-: <: I ~ ~ ~ ..,.... . ;. " rs.;;.r ~~~ ~») ;."... . ,..... j./ .~.w • ~I~ ~ ,­ ~ ~ ~ " J81- .... ;r-:·j]I~ TO., .• ~,t-:·· r:~1-: ~~~ .r-: ~y~~~~~.r- -r U:, ,- ,...., " . ~,.... - ~. ",,­ ,. ~" ;.~ 0 Y~.J (;~ 0 ~ . ~ .5 ~ . 8 -: I e. . Jt ~ ~" 1 -~ / "... Y y!; .Juy~. J. o"""y""" ,.,0;. j./,// /. 0/"...Iy-~19~~ J>Z; J19 ! ~J8 r+-1;.;t; (;~ ~FJ J. 0 "... ;. C1./; "... tiI/ "w J19 ..$lOy / / "... QO ~,...... . ~ rf r:.re • • 0 "... 0 ...... 0 · 0,....... 0 -. 0;: 0 -:.,......,......~ ~!~ r-+Y~ r-+y"J1 ~.Gj;.t ~ ~J 4.cit..: wL.;j , 1 ~J81 ~.GJ;.t .~~ "" "".~;. - ,I / ," UJ 19 . 8· I cr" l:.>- ? Jj"..."", / . . . / -; 0 "... 0 -; 0"" // 8- 0·_ .J I / y~ ;. ;. "... ", • »«, "...;. r-+y- ~ ," 0""", . ~. ~ "..­ J. ;0 0,...... "..."", ;."" J. J~ 4 ~~~ ~ J~: 0jJ ~ .) 0.5 ~ Iy-.;.r : J~J 1P "..... "..­ "..."", ,/ J. // / 0 Jo o 0,..... ",,""" "..­:.t 0.5 ~ J~ J;.> J~: ~ 0jJ ~ .) 0.5 ~ .. ~ ,...... : J19 "... ;. 0,....... [~L. ~.J -;L:J ol.Jj] ((~":":..l:>- » ((~~ 0jJ ~~ .r. r4 0~ tJ o~ t):IJ ."J~ ~l ~ : ~~ !;Y"" "- "I" cr" e » > y -1 J19.,i~~ .. / ... JI~G ~,..... ~ .. ~ ~~~~.J.~~~~.J4.J~~01 J/- ~ / ~ ../ - ...2) Narrated Abu Said AI-Khudri ~ Ull ~): AllahsMessenger ~J ~.ull J..P said: None of you will have arguedfor his right in the world more vehemently than thebelievers who will do with their Lord about their brethrenwho were admitted into Hell. The Prophet ~J ~.ull J..Padded: They will say: 0 Lord! Our brethren used to offerprayers with us, observe fast with us and performpilgrimage (Hajj) with us. But You cast them into fire. The 12
  10. 10. Prophet ~ J ~ oUJl ~ further said: Allah will say: Go andbring out whoever you know from among them. TheProphet ~ J ~ .uJ1 ,).# said: The believers will come to themand recognize them by face. Some of them will be thosethe fire would have seized up to half of their shanks andsome of them up to their ankles. They will bring them andsay: 0 Lord! We have taken out those for whom you gaveus order. Then the Prophet ~ J 01....# .uJ1 ,).# said: Allah willsay: Bring out whoever has in his heart any beliefweighing a Dinar (a coin). Then He will say: Take outwhoever has in his heart the belief weighing half a Dinaruntil He will say: Take out whoever has in his heart thebelief that equals the weight of an atom. (This Hadfth is sound and reported by Nasai and Ibn Majah). After narrating this Hadith, Abu Said said: He who does not accept it as true should read this verse: (~ ...i?" ... ~~ J cl!,) tsJ) 1.0 }N. J ~ ~A iJi }N. ~ 4l iJl) "Verily, Allah forgives not that partners should be set up with Him in worship, but He forgives except that (anything else) to whom He pleases, and whoever sets up partners with Allah in worship, he has indeed invented a tremendous sin." (4:48) ********* ~)) : J~ ~ ~ .;~~~.& ~) ~J:; ... " "" ... ,/ J ~ (,) ... ,/ F: J~ J J,/" ,/ ",;/ "" - ~/.~//,/ ~/ ~/ 0~ .J o ? ) ) ~.J cs"" .J ~ _/ I) / ;../ -/tAjl/// ~lS~O /0 ,/ ,/ i Yo)) 0 ~.f.!: ,/ - 0 , t:;./ -/tAjl /0/ / " ,/ ",// ,/ _ 0 ,/ / 0 ,/ _ -;. ,/ -//, / -/ - / / ~LI ~ 0 /0 ~J o~.J o ? )) ~.J ~.J ~ _/ i Yo)) o. ~.f.!: J1-;: ,.., s /o/IL; o ,/ :~o ~I -;;. J J.,/ -/. ~ o. o_:} / / , / / cU 1;1 ~ 1 .: 0 ~ 0 I/O~J JO ~/ > i Y.: Y ~ ~ I ~ .f.~ if ~ F: ,/ L; : ~ 0 /0 J ~/ ~I:} ,,-,...- 0 0 ,/ ,/ /. - ",/ / 0 -; ..... o .0 " ~:} 0 0,- ~/ ~ ~J ~~ ~.J !: ) _ ~.f.!: ~ ~ / » t.,/ ". / .....~~4.ll I JO ~....u-.., )f . ". /0" J > ~ 0 " c ,/ e ~ , c 0 : . J ,~c T~ -: u" 0 ".,/ OJ ,/" ..... ~ / ~ ~ 1,,;;);> 1.T: -e WI ~ ~ i Yo 13
  11. 11. ",.,.J /0";/ Cl , , , ; ;l;. ;·I~Jlt:;:.-:· lS01 l::~l~:;; ~I: ~ ~ ~~ ~ - - r:.r..t ~. ? -I~ l.f ..... ,; ..........0 " "".., ";,, ,,...." Cl .....wI; - ..1.> V·; ;; .JA-!,., J:! c--;--- ~..L; ~19 l:.:;~ ! ! ~ ~,., ..;..L;~I~ .• ~ , . J-"> ..r-: /,,/ - ..) ~[L?)~l oIJ)] ll~ ~J.>.y) . ll/JI c...i: ~ Hazardousness of Shirk (joining partners with Allah)3) Narrated Abu Huraira ~.uJ ~) that Prophet Muhammad~J ~ .uJ..,.u said: On the Day of Resurrection, Ibrahim(Abraham) will see his father Azar (in such a pitiablecondition) that his face will be dark and covered with dust.Then Ibrahim will remind him: Did I not warn you againstdenying me? His father will reply: Today I will not denyyou. Then, Ibrahim will say: 0 Lord! You have promisednot to disgrace me on the Day of Resurrection. So what willbe more disgraceful to me than my wretched father. AllahJI-N J:J N will say: I have forbidden Paradise for disbelievers.Then it will be said: 0 Ibrahim, Look! what is underneathyour feet? He will look and see his father as a Hyena ­besmeared with dirt caught by the legs and thrown into Hell. Due to infidelity, Azar will not be forgiven inspite of his son Ibrahims intercession for him and he will be transformed into an animal and cast into Hell. It also proves that the pagans whoever they are by kinship, will be forbidden from entering Paradise for ever. They will remain in Hell and suffer the agonies of torment which they had been frightened of by the Messengers of Allah at different times. ********* ; :J~ ~~1 ~~4 ~ ~l; J ~i;y. (001 :,»> :i~l;r~ ~IJ;.:~ ~ ~;~ j~4 J~· ;. J" ",..., ....." -; ~~ . ...l:A; ~ - ; ,; ".... 0 ~ -(. •• ~ l; , " cllr ~ -f.) -I­ Y--: ; ~ -? ; "-:! y. :. •01 :f~T ~ ~ 81) ~ ~ ~~i ~ ~;) J~5 14
  12. 12. , """ -; ~....... , , "" " LI.. . , ,0" ~L9 ~.: LI. ~ ~ ~~ .. ~ "~:1 /. (( ~ c...,..l>JJ. ~ II~.~. ~ L.,..... . , ... , /[~J L?,)~I oIJ,)]4) Narrated Anas bin Malik ~.illl~) on the authority of theProphet ~J ~ oWll~, who said: Allah JW J.!.IN will say tothe least tormented person among the people of Hell on theDay of Resurrection: Do you have any thing on earth, that you would give as a ransom (to protect yourself against the torment of Fire)? He will say: Yes. Then Allah will say: While you were in the backbone of Adam, I had demanded you much less than that, i.e. to associate nothing with Me; but you declined and worshipped others besides Me. (This Hadith is sound and reported by Bukhari and Muslim). This Hadith concludes that a believer with his sins covering the entire globe will be forgiven so long as he does not associate partners to Allah. *********,4IJ.?JJ~ :J~~41~J*.JJ~~~ ... , ",," (0)~J : )~ ((~1 iJ~ ~ J~ ~ J:,;.t 01)) : ~J;;J ~ JJI JA ((~~:J» : J~ ~:& J~J~ ~~ iJ)J1J ,~w 1 .; ~~t 81 c.S..r:- 1/ ~t..Qj1 . ~" ~ s-: " o: -: ~ _ , ~ iY­ " .......... "0""" " " " 0 -:;~~ 0j~ ~ Ij~L9 ~1J ~ 0y,l; P J:U " ,,1) " " ". ""[.4>-t...L:....-.o oIJ,)] ((~ ~..l>)) . ((~y; Warning against hypocrisy5) Narrated Mahmud bin Labid 4_:H..JlI .....): AllahsMessenger ~J ~ oWll ~ said: The most dreadful thing 15
  13. 13. which I fear about you is minor polytheism. Thecompanions asked: What is the minor polytheism? Hesaid: It is hypocrisy; and he added that on the Day ofJudgment, when rewarding people for their deeds, Allah(JLo.l J ~)L,1) will say to the hypocrites: Go to those for thesake of whom you used to perform good deeds; and seewhether you can get any reward from them. (This Haditb is sound and mentioned in Musnad Ahmad). *********~/41 J"":"J Jli : Jli~~~.&1 ~J ~~; J ~ e) .. . ,... ,... J. 0....,.... "r.r::-:r ,!J. ;.1 ~ ylS/ ..~ II -5- Gi : J~/ !:rJ. &1 JliJl tJJ ,..../[ ~ ~ ~ / /..l"""" .~ / ..l"""" ~i J t::Y (( ~~ J.>.Jl ((4.5. ~ / ~Q. ~. .. / /.w!J/ ~ JW 10 . ,.... r;J ;.0,,. f~~~/~/ .r" ,.... o~:::::,....[~ol.JJ]6) Narrated Abu Huraira 4:S- 4.lJ1 ~): Allahs Messenger ~~J 4.)s. 4.lJ1 said: Allah JW J ~N said: Among all partners, I amthe most dispensable with association. So anyone whoperforms a deed in which he ascribes to Me others; I willabandon him and his act of polytheism. (This Haditb is sound and reported by Muslim). Shirk (polytheism) is a sin that if its doer dies without repentance, he will never be forgiven. Verily, whosoever sets up partners in worship with Allah, Allah has forbidden Paradise for him; and the Fire will be his abode. *********J.?"J ~ :Jli ~~ ~.&I ~J ~~; J ~ (V) ~ /~~ .... ,. 1:--- & ~ L:1.l /. /U; J /~ / o i y.. ~ r > 0 .J., .... J u~ . ~ ~/4.U ,....".,.....,.... 0 -r . ~~ ill J~ I ~ III . J ~ ..iI1~ ~ I /. ~, ,....,.... ),.... "~4;.; ~ ,........ W : Ju ~/~ ~<l,.~..;./.u~~ <U ....r--,.... ...r-;. / ~ ~t.9 /1 ~ AIo~ ••• / ~ / 16
  14. 14. o .... "" ill .... -{ -,,.. 0 ........ _d ,.. ,,;".... 0 .... "~.J ~ . " I:", ~ ~:. r: , u::-.... d..J" " .... . ~ (O;..w ;" y:- r " JltJ::.J,;j ~".... /. o{ ,[.;L:JI) ~ 01).)] (( ~ G..;..l>-)) . ((i.J ~ ~I ~ One whose intention is not pure will deserve Hell. Purity of intention is essential in all deeds7) Narrated Abu Huraira ~ 4-lJ1 ..r"): I heard AllahsMessenger ~J ~ 4.lJ1.,-LP saying: The first of the peoplewhose case will be decided on the Day of Judgment willbe a man who died as a martyr. He will be brought forth.Allah will make him know about His blessings (which Hehad bestowed on him in the world). The man willacknowledge them. Then Allah will ask him: What didyou do with them? He will say: I fought in Your way untilI died as a martyr. Allah will remark: You are lying. You 17
  15. 15. fought so that you may be called a brave warrior. Thenorders will be passed against him. So he will be draggedalong on his face and cast into Hell.Second will be a man who studied (religious) knowledge.Then he taught it to others and recited the Qur an. He willbe brought (for Judgment). Allah will remind him of Hisfavours (showered on him in the world). He will admitthem (having enjoyed them in his life). Then Allah willask him: What did you do with them? He will reply: Iacquired knowledge and imparted it and also recited theQur an for Your sake. Allah will observe: You have told alie, for you got knowledge to be renowned as a scholar;and you recited the Quran to be marked as a Qdri (onewho recites the Quran according to the rules). Then orderswill be passed against him. So he will be dragged along onhis face and thrown into Hell.Third will be a man to whom Allah had made abundantlyrich and granted him every kind of wealth. He will bebrought for Judgment. Allah will let him know about Hisgifts conferred upon him in the world. He will recognizethem. Then Allah will inquire: What did you with them?He will say: I left no way in which you like money to bespent without spending in it for your sake. Allah will say:You are lying. You did so to be described as generous (inthe society); (It means you got your reward in the worldaccording to your intention). Now you deserve nothing inthe Hereafter except Hell). So orders will be passedagainst him and he will be dragged along on his face untilhe will be hurled into Hell. (This Haditb is sound and reported by Muslim and Nasai) The purity of inteniton is behind any deed. If you spend for show, there is no reward. Eventually, if one loves another for something worldly this shall not count in the Hereafter. But love for the sake 18
  16. 16. of Allah ~J f is great virtue in the Hereafter. Such love can be a Muslims love to learn from him or to take as a companion for good deeds, without any worldly considerations, once there is something worldly, the intention is not pure. *********,,41 J~J Jc; :Jc; ~~ ~4 ~J ~.; ~r:; (A) .... "" .... """""Q"g.o . . . . o~/""//.J.t /.J0#~(~) :~l:....O~~ ;.~:1lo~~ ~ o_)):~ "... ~ "" ~ // ~ --~ .J ""~ ~r-~ " 0 , GL..>. 0.r:- ~ C::.. .,i:.....:) ,- L..>. ~. . /"" - 0 J _4 •. &.11 0 "" "" "" "" "" "" d 0 "",., ....J", -; , <> "" .J // "",J~r : • . I:. ~J~ ~ ::.. 0~, o· ~J (~. .. ") . . ~ ~ ,&.11 uy---_ , ,,".rf. ..I~ "~,, I" yoJ ~ . ~ . " ~JJI St·,,: .G.~~ " ~".J" - Y ut:......~q JWI ",:­,.J.", "".J.,,,,,,, ,,""Jy) ~::~ ~ ~ ~ :1]; 0}y) ~ 1y. ~ :Jy:.i "g."",". s. " o~ ~~" "l~W "" "" s•. ."l ;. ~ .1::.:1" • ~ .." ~. - t: -~ .r-: J <.SJ J ".Jt" o-: .rr-: J ~ ~[rSW ~.)..l:...-4 01).)] «~ ~J.>.)) • «~ ~j ~ , Superiority of the believers in the Oneness of Allah and the punishment of Jews and Christians8) Narrated Abu Mtisa ~ 4111 ~): Allahs Messenger 41lt J.P~J ~ said: On the Day of Resurrection, my Ummah(nation) will be gathered into three groups. one sort willenter Paradise without rendering an account(of their deeds).Another sort will be reckoned an easy account andadmitted into Paradise. Yet another sort will come bearingon their backs heaps of sins like great mountains. Allahwill ask the angels though He knows best about them:Who are these people? They will reply: They are humbleslaves of yours. He will say: Unload the sins from them 19
  17. 17. and put the same over the Jews and Christians; then let thehumble slaves get into Paradise by virtue of My Mercy. (This Hadiili is sound and mentioned in Mustadrak of Hakim). *********:JL; ~ ~ 01~~~.& ~J ~~ """ .. ;" ~ J, ,i f ,. , () .J. 0"" 0 0"1=-" {. ~ ;" l"" .Jo ~",,:.< .,." / 19 "~ ~ / . L ~""Jf I " . )) ~ ~ ".r~.r-:- r-" ~.f 0 -" r+.r ,.." ~ .J. .J. ,.." ""," ,.." " J,..";.,..,,~~·:i) ~~ :JW ~I:J ~ .J~ ~ r~~:;.J;" .J..J..J.0~~ WI 0~ ~~~~:J : J19 ~) ~1;" /,.,,"" ~ o~ """.J"" ,." ,."0,, "0 . J , , " , , -:; " r :~ " ""- 0 .J.~)::;~f" 0°~--"(-:f" 0 "O,,~ -:°ll-.ll:.>- Q o. J~ Y.r-!. l-i " J" " J J . ..r.:-"-!. ":::1 "",., ,... " .J./ ,., ,., -,., ,- " " ~ 01".& ~t;~ 0 • : : : -: ;;..;.~ Ow 01<-<-- ~.J ~ .r:. 0"" cs"" J ;-" "" - ~~ ,.". ,.". J. .J.:: ~-: 01".&~t ?Tr.;-;.J J"U~~~. I r~1 J" ~ ; :~ -: ~ l ~/ :. ~.o ~~ 0 ,., ~~ I~ 0 .J/~J. // / / 0 ((~~J..>.)) .((;;..;.~~~ :JL;~ L:>l;> cr. JJJ) 0L..1a.l .))y] Superiority of those who neither treat with amulet, nor get themselves branded nor take omens9) Narrated Ibn Mast1d ~ ~I,JPJ that Prophet Muhammad~ J ~ .uJl ...;... said: On the Day of Resurrection nations willbe brought. When I see my nation (Ummah) I will beamazed at their multitudes and (distinguished) form. Theywill have filled up the plain lands as well as themountains. Allah will ask me: Are you satisfied? I willsay: Yes, 0 my Lord: He will say: Along with these 20
  18. 18. (people), seventy thousand persons (i.e., so many) willenter Paradise without rendering an account. They will bethose who neither cure themselves with Ruqya(recitations) nor get themselves branded (cauterized), nortake omens but they instead repose trust in their Lord.Upon this, Ukkasha said: Supplicate Allah (that He makesme one among them), the Prophet rl--J ~ Wli J-P said: 0Allah! Make him one of them. Another person said:Invoke a blessing for me too (that Allah makes me oneamong them). The Prophet ~J 4.# 4.U1 J-P said: Ukkasha haspreceded you in this matter. (This Hadith is sound and reported by Ibn Hibban in his book Jl:> -:,r.1 ..lSI)) J .J:i}1 ~)y). An amulet is something worn around the neck for protection against evil spirits or spell. ********* :J~~~:;~~~4~".J~~;J;y (,.) . "" "" . "" . "" .((~~::.~~/" :~J~~4J~» ~/ ~ «(~~..l>-)) Broadness of Allahs Mercy10) Narrated Abu Huraira ~.uJ1 ~) that ProphetMuhammad rl--J ~ .u.!1 ~ who said: Allah ~ J :r said: Mymercy has preceded (excelled) my wrath. (This Haditb is sound and reported by Muslim). ********* :J~~/4J;:J01~~~4~".J;~;~1,:; . "" ... "" n ,)~ ~ ~ ~ ~~/" j:~~/~ ~.% ~ 01 l?/. ~r1 ~I ~ J .~~ JO ~/» f;.4il .JA7. 21
  19. 19. [L-.?.Lrll."~.,, L-.?.)~ 01.".)] «~ ~..l:>-) . «~l~": An example of AlHihs Mercy on his slaves11) Narrated Abu Huraira ~ 4.lJ1~) that Allahs Messenger~J ~ oUl1...-l-" said: Allah says: Whenever My slave intendsto do a bad deed, (I say to the deeds recording angels): Donot record it against him until he (actually) commits it. Ifhe has done so, write it down exactly as one in his recordbook. But if he refrains from it for My sake, write downthis as a virtue in his favour. And when he intends to do agood deed, but does not actually do it, write it as a virtuefor him. And if he puts it into practice, write its rewardequal to, from ten to seven hundred times (in his account). (This Hadfth is sound and reported by Bukhari, Muslim and Tirmidhi). This above Hadith briefly describes that Allah, if He likes, can forgive even the most sinner person believing in Oneness of Allah and the Prophethood of Muhammad rLJ ~ 4lJ1,}-. But it doesnt mean that everyone should take it as a cover and involve himself intentionally in evils relying on the Mercy of Allah. A good Muslim who has in his heart fear of Allah, should perform righteous deeds and avoid sins as per commands laid down in the Quran and Hadith./ ., ,. . ., 0 " ,... -:: J ********* 0/ ., "" Y. ~ ,..­J .".....J~.~ ... :J1.9~.wI~o~~~~ nr) . "" . / ,oq c I --: L5» . JJI e,.0 . r:J1~ ~ u::.-.r~ ~ . -.t" "l ~J . - . r; .<ill~ ~ ,4.11 ~JI~r 5~ " ." -.t" o~t:.,J1 ~ JI. : 1Q J ..../ ~~.. ~~ ." 22
  20. 20. ~O" ~J;."-: ~ ~ Yo. . Y ~ 0 JY-::9. ~?.~ LSJ!. ~ e.: ~1l I;: "" ~I.:~ ~II , ,:fi. ,"~ o~~~ J.)J ~ : J~ ~I.. .... :~J J~ ~; ,p J.;.~I ~.& $.:G ~ 01 ,,~3 .!.U ~.& ~ .t , ~ .&" : JW ~" 3 l:::r .~ ".)~, Jw 0°JWI ~" 0. . ) " ~~ "~::/Ol ~ ~ . ~ 3.) ".~-: .... ....", .... J. ....~~~L.; LS~ ...... j ~ ~~ ;:.:::ls ~i ~l:J~ /~ :::lsi: ~II ::~ ~ .. / """"":.J-~ J~J ~j.iW. ~;~ ~1 : ~~ J~J .... ..... ... . ",...[.)Jjb ~i~] . ((Lr->" ~J>.)) . (().b JL~"" ~1 .... ,. ... -; .... ~,.. 0": "" J- ,;;,..":~.;;~ I ~"~ c...G 0 .3 ,. , .... . ",,~.~LS 1W II :o~~~ JL.; 3 .... .... .--; 3 f .. .. .... Warning to those who loose hope in the Mercy of Allah12) Narrated Abu Huraira ~_:H.UI ~): I heard AllahsMessenger ~J ~ 4.lI1 ~ saying: There were two fraternalpersons among the Children of Israel. One of them wasengrossed in committing sins while the other was devotedto worship. The devotee used to see his fellow committingsin and advise him: Desist from doing so. One day whenhe found his fellow committing sin. He said to him: Avoidit. His fellow said: Leave me alone. Have you been sentout as a vigilant on me. The devotee said: By Allah, Hewill neither forgive you nor admit you to Paradise. Whenthey died, they were gathered before the Lord of theworlds. Allah asked the devotee: Were you assured ofknowing Me or were you having power over what was inMy Hands? Then He said to the sinner: Go and enter 23
  21. 21. Paradise by My Mercy; and ordered the angels about thedevotee: Lead him to Hell. (This Hadith is sound and reported by Abu Daud in his Sunan).After narrating the Hadith, Abu Huraira commented: By Himin Whose Hand my soul is: One word spoken by the devoteeruined his good deeds in the world as well as in the Hereafter. This Hadith signifies that no body should claim whether one would enter Paradise or step into Hell because the verdict here, is for Allah Who is All-Omnipotent over every thing, will decide whatever He likes. A righteous person is required to do good and avoid evil for the sake of Allah only and advise others with the same. He should not say such words as to challenge the authority of Allah. Moreover, it is wrong to feel desperate from the Mercy of Allah. *********0i~..l>- ~ 4 J.r".J 0i tJ.;s, 4 ~.J ~~ (f (, r)11 ~ J~ J~-41 ~h ~~J4 ~~J :&IJll : Jl; J.::-.J ,/ ;. )1 " ..... Q""" IJI""" ...... )1 I) ~...... 0 -; ...... ~ .:;~~ ~p jj J~ ~~ ~I:J 0 ~ ~~ l?0J (( ~ ~..l>-ll . ((J~ " °1 ~ J ~~.-J .[~I ",1.r.bJ1 r - J rL oIJJ]13) Narrated Jundub 4$ 4.lIl.,.....J that Allahs Messenger ~ 4Il1 J.<>rL-J stated that a person said: By Allah! Allah will not forgiveso-and-so (person). Thereupon Allah, the Exalted, remarked:Who is he who swears by Me (and says) that I will not forgiveso-and-so (listen!) Verily I have forgiven so-and-so andnullified your deeds, or as the Messenger ~J 4Js. 4Il1 J.<> said. (This Hadith is sound and reported by Muslim and also mentioned in Mu jam At-Tabriini AI-Kabir). 24
  22. 22. This Hadith teaches us the politeness needed by a Muslim towards Allah ..RJ:Y and that one should not involve himself in matters that are left for Allah..RJ:Y to decide i.e. nobody can know who will go to Hell and who will enter Paradise. ****:t<*:t<**~ t,J:"" i f "~".&" ." (JJ .:JJ..w.:. ~ fq .: ~J ~ "*,, ~ l i f no ~"_eJ ......" ... " " ... "~~~ J~ - ~ 0lS Yo..:~ Jl- ~ ~:~ ~ j~"~)) -; -;: , ".J." # "" ~ :1./" )I~ ~~i ." I) ,. /,,......, ~ d,, C? : "* ,, Jl! C;u" q u" f ,,~ JJ ~ .>-i:~ ~ Jl- jf:~ ~"~~ : J~ .~ ~ : )~ ~rS5 (* "s.J. / ,,""" ~ """~ ~ ·"1:.:u"~~ ~".&I"~ 01" ,1"·-: .& ~ II. 0 " !; J~ . * ,,* J * bJ .r.:>" " " "" "" -;: " u ~ ::., ~ -:." .. ,,--;.u : .c- ··u JL;·I . """,. ..r-: """ "-I.Y". ,.", ......."-I~ J "-I~ ~ -r * • !; , " ,0--;........ ,/ , ;"" fi JW ~~ ~;D~U ~~ ci! f~ 0lS ~~: ~ ".& ,. " 0-;: " ",/ ,. " " " , ,,";.... . .~~ r~ -.i~1J~ p ~ J~J ~~ fi ~+Q:!Y.1>-u<.?+? ~ :".& J~~~ ~~ ~ I~~ oJ :~J ~".&I JW~jJl-&~ :J~~~~::J;j01~~~ "w lS;i~~ J~J ~~"~J 0i~~5G ~ : J~-~ " " " " "[ro J ,-?.)~I oIJ.)] ({~ c.:J.>.)) . «~~~~5G Fear of Allah14) Narrated Abu Said Al-Khudri ...: H.IlI.,....,). He quotedProphet Muhammad ~)~oI.-lIl~ as saying to hisCompanions that: a man from among the early people orfrom those before you had said a word, i.e. Allah hadblessed him with wealth and sons. When death approached 25
  23. 23. him, he asked his sons: How was I being as a father? Theyreplied: You were the best father. He said: I didnt save orperform any good deeds for Allah. If Allah takespossession of me, He will punish me. So, look! when I amdead, bum me until I become coal then crush me well andscatter (my ashes in the air) on a stormy day. The Prophet~J ~.uJ1 ~ said: He took a covenant from his sons (anddied). They did according to his will and spread his ashesin the air on a stormy day. Allah ~J:r said: Be and therehe was embodied before Him. Allah, the Exalted, askedhim: a my slave! what induced you to do what you did.He replied: It was Your fear (so that I may not appearbefore You). The Prophet ~J~.uJI;" added: Allah, theExalted rewarded him with His Mercy; the Prophet .uJ1;"~J ol# said second time: Allah did not punish him. (This Hadttb is sound and reported by Bukhari and Muslim). This man was a believer in the Power of Allah ~J::,.s. to resurrect, and punish. His such belief and fear caused him to make that will which led him to Allahs forgiveness. *********:J(j ~;& J.?~ 0t~~~.& ~~ ~~; ~t :-;. (, 0) ... " "­~~~) ;lJ ,~~~ ~ ~~;.t d~ 15~ ~t ;1 :~JJI J(j))" " ... " ~/,.. ,. I) , ((~~J..>.)) ,((o~~~.f He who loves to meet AlHih (by way of death like martyrs) Allah too loves to meet him15) Narrated Abu Huraira ~ oI!ll ~): Allahs Messenger ji­~J ~ oI!ll said that Allah the Exalted observed: If My slaveloves meeting Me, I too love meeting him. If he dislikes tomeet Me, I too hate to meet him. 26
  24. 24. (This Haditb is sound and reported by Bukhari and Nasai). This Hadith shows that a Muslim when he thinks of death he hopes to enter Paradise. So he likes death more or less. But disbelievers fear death because they do not have belief nor hope for Paradise. The believer who likes Paradise also likes death to meet Allah ~J r . As a result, Allah ~Jr likes meeting him, too. ********* ":f: ~t lfI ~ ;M~ : J~ ~)W J~ J ~# ~ / / non ,l~/J ~J ir: / .// ·11;: o..w 1>1 ~i-"~ ~41 uP f //M; / / ~J «> //~ .0 / .rs- ! /c: :Jw ~LS~I ~ ~/4IJ.?) ~ /;M5 :Jw ~/./:/ t-~l .o~/~tlql ,~t~/~~~ /t s > ~o ~ ,,.0 ,..J~ 4...U u» . u <Ul.J ~ >.wI u - / - ... u, ~ -? ;....T~ __ v ~J ~_.<l ;" ., / .... "... ".J. . . . . ~// .... , . . . . .~)Io;./, . //,. us ~~ ~;U / us ~~ ~;UI / J>Z; ~~M ° !J ~~ ~t AIUlh screens the believer in the world as well as in the Hereafter 16) Narrated Safwan bin Muhriz Al-Mazini: While I was on my way along with Ibn Umar ~ 4ll1.,...,) taking (holding up) his hand in mine. Suddenly a man appeared to him and said: What did you hear Allahs Messenger ~ J ~ 4111 .)J 27
  25. 25. saying about confidential talk (secret conversation)? Hesaid: I heard Allahs Messenger ~J 01.# .ul1";" saying: (Onthe Day of Resurrection) Allah will draw near to a believerand put His forgiveness over him and screen him (his sins)then Allah will say: Do you know such and such sin? Doyou know such and such? He will say: Yes, my Lord! Thisconversation will continue) until Allah will make himconfess his sins, and thinks that he is ruined. Then Allahwill say: I concealed them (your sins in the world) and I doforgive you today. Then he will be given the record bookcontaining his good deeds. As regards, the infidels andhypocrites, the witnesses will say: These are the peoplewho have disbelieved their Lord. Behold! Allahs Curse isupon transgressors. (This Haditli is sound and reported by Bukhari, Muslim and Ibn Majah) AllahS ~J}S mercycan be seen in this world. An evidenceof this is that he covers the sinners though He is All-Mighty and AlI­ Knowing. A further evidenceis that he alsoforgivesthe same sins in the Hereafter. He -kJ r may also uncoveryou as a penaltyin this world. So one shouldalwayscare that Allahis watching him. ********* Superiority of the believer17) Narrated Abu Huraira 4.$ 4.lI1 ~) The Prophet 01.# .ull ..;...r--J said: Allah J-.J ~ said: Indeed a believer is in everygood place with Me. He praises Me even when I take outhis soul from between his sides. 28
  26. 26. (This Haditb is sound and reported III Musnad Ahmad). This Hadith highlights that Allah ~J y appreciates the suffering of the believer when he dies and appreciates that much more for the one who though suffering the death, caused by Allah .RJ r , still attributes all praise to Allah .RJ r . *********;ttl J.?J Jtj : JtjY~Y4 ~J ~~ J ... ,., ,.,,., ­ vfI:; (A) // ,., J J ,.,. J ,.,. ,.,. J /. ,.,­~..lS ~. :, to ~" • 11:---" 5r::;~ u~·c.r:-.Jf4.U I J" 1-::)) l,Jy.)A.!.uy..r-.)~ 0 ~ I . ~l":::"" ~"Y ~ WI •..:iI1~ .~ "" ,.,. 0 ,.,. ,.,. J J // . {41 ~ ~ ~I :;.~./4 ~ : }~ J;;- ~1..lS ~[~ 01.).)] (( ~ c.:J.>.)) Devils promptings18) Narrated Anas bin Malik ~4.lJI~): Allahs Messengersaid: Allah j...J.- Jf- said: Your followers will still remainsaying: What is that? What is that? until they say: It is Allahwho has created the creation then who created Allah ? (This Haditb is sound and reported by Muslim). The devil plays a role in making people disbelievers by such questions about Allah .RJ r . Before we deal with such questions of the devil which nobody can answer, let us ask ourselves a question: Do we know every thing about the creatures so that we ask about the Creator. The creature can never know how to answer a question of this type about Allah .RJ r . Allah created us but Allahs existence is evident for all of us; His existence was all by Himself. The "How" of this matter is beyond the perception of the human mind so it is a pointless question to ask, but the devil aims at making people go astray. If you have any such whisperings of the devil, you can ask Allah .RJr to protect you and say: "I believe in Allah and His Messenger." ********* ~"-:::.. 411" ."~"" -..s: r I..?J i;J J 0/ J --;, ,.,. J J e ,.,­ C)~ .... ,.. .J ~ ~ J 0..r-...J"b .... " , . , ~ r" .... ,.,. -..s: 0 (yY ( 29
  27. 27. ,,-?.J (.ff;..r::- r..r:.J J~ ,9&1 U ~ • ~ ,~ .J ~-» "I.: .> e. . .:ll~ • ,,411 .> s> U ,.,.... .J J" I~ ~. • J" I~ ~ «~~..l>-» . (r~~ ~)~ ~ ~I~.J ~~;.9IJ ... .. , , [~.Jjb yi.J ~L.. 0!1.J ~ 01.J)] Prohibition of Pride and Vanity19) Narrated Abu Said Al-Khudri and Abu Huraira:Allahs Messenger ~J 4.#.ill1 ~ said: Glory is Allahs loincloth and pride is His cloak. Allah says: He who contendswith Me in regard to them, I will torment him. Pride and Glory are qualities of Allah ~J y so, a Muslim should always be humble and should not attach these qualities to himself whatsoever. (This Hadith is sound and reported by Muslim, Ibn Majah and Abu Daud), *********".& J.?~ J~ : J~ .>~.>.&I ~~ ~~; ... , J ~ (".) ... "GtJ ;13 L~ .>~ r~T ~ ~~~ :~J ~.>.& J~» :~ " • .> «~ ~..l>-» . «~4!IJ j;ll ~i ~tl -:?~ ~~131[.;L:J1.J ~ .Jjb yi.J ~.J l:?)~ olj)] Prohibition of Abusing Time20) Narrated Abu Huraira ~.illl ~J: Allahs Messenger ~~J 4.#.ill said: Allah Jo:-J~ said: The son of Adam displeasesMe by abusing the time whereas I am Myself the time. InMy Hand lay all the things and I am the one who causesthe revolution of the day and night. (This Hadith is sound and reported by Bukhari, 30
  28. 28. Muslim, Abu Daud and Nasai). Once Allah c4J y causes the day and night and controls time, abusing time is a bad deed that should not happen. Precisely, abusing time is not permissible in Islam. *********J~» : J~ ~ ~ ~-9~-9.til1 ~J ~:.:; ~r . . ,/,/ ... "" ,/ ;;. (" ,)~c..Y= (--: O~/ .<./:./ ~1-9J ~ r J ~ J / c..Y= r J i d -:f1. (--: ../ /~T ~ 0 /JS: ~~.til -.$/ 0/ ·b.: ~ iJ!-.~~ i f -9Joyu loS ~ .c~~ J iJ!-. .. ... ~ ~ ~-: / ~~ .~ / ...,/,/ iti ~1J / .1- "" "" "" "" ", ,/ :fi- 0~4 ~ Jji I) 0 ;. ,.~J:,t C5~1 ~~:.: ~iJ ~~~~1 ~ ... "" ""...,/ ,/ J~ ~J:J:,t ~J JJ) ~ ~~ :JI ~~ dJ I11 J-941 j;jl .". .... -; ;.J. [~J t,?)~ cIJ.J] «~ ~..l») • «..l> lyo Son of Adam tells a lie against his Lord and abuses him21) Narrated Abu Huraira ~.uJl ~ J: The Prophet 4.)s. .uJl ~~J said: Allah Juu said: The son of Adam disbelieves inMe though he ought not and he abuses Me though he hasno right for that. As for his disbelieving in Me, it is hisstatement that He will not be resurrected as was created,though his recreation is easier to Me than the first creation.As for his abusing Me, it is his say that Allah has a son,but I am the One, the Everlasting. Neither I have begottennor have been begotten nor do I have any match. (This Hadith is sound and reported by Bukhari and Nasai). Making associates to Allah ~J:r is in a way, calling Allah ~)r by bad names. Allah ~J r is the One and the only God. 31
  29. 29. J.j (J f; ~ ~J ~ ;41 01» :J~ ~ fil J.?) ~l- t lfI ~; Q . ~ { ;;, J ~; __ G. cr ;-1 ~ 1 ~ l- ,.; : 0 ..__ Y.J .J;. -:!;; ~. .J ~ ~ ~J:~ 11~ J,;J fill J~~ : ~~ Jw J~ lJ )8 ~ - ---[..4>-.x-- 01))] ( ( j - > ~...L>>> • ((}.:ill ~(~ ~ : J~ Everybody will do according to his destiny22) Abdur-Rahman bin Qatada As-Salami said: I heard theProphet r- J ~ ..ul ~ saying: Allah created Adam, took hisprogeny from his back and said: These will go to Hell andthese will go to Paradise. Somebody said, the narratoradded: 0 Messenger of Allah, what shall we do then? TheProphet said: You will do according to your destiny. (This Hadtth is good and narrated by Ahmad). Allah is the All-Knower, so He took everybody to Hell or Paradise as per His Knowledge of what will happen in the future, in other words, ones destiny was known to Allah but to him it is absolutely unknown. *********Ij) rJ» :~it41 J.?J Jli :Jli ~~i)~/. ,..,,/ ,/ J -:; J / (r,) ;"IIt ~ ~ 1S /. ~ ~" ~t:&. • /. ~ I::. ~ ~~i ~ : JL; ~o_<~ r~) JL; ~ JI~ , 0" - - - " t:­ ((wr("tl/ ,; 0 ~r("t : . . to _/ -: 0 • t5 I: . 0 ). 0 .-:; _0 ;"" ; 0 I . ; .Y" ..J . __ .Y" , / , / "y ~ 0:!~ , ~, ~ ~..1 ~ "[..;WI." r-L- o."J (( ~ ~...L») Superiority of disbelief in Stars 23) Abu Huraira w..u, ~J narrated, the Prophet r- J ~ ..ul ~ 32
  30. 30. said: Allah said: Whenever I bestow something on myslaves some of them tum as blasphemers and say: Theplanets and by the planets. (This Haditb is sound and narrated by Muslim and Nasai). This Hadfth highlights the wrong attribution the disbelievers make to the endowments of Allah e.g. they think that such things and gifts are caused by the stars and planets. What a wrong belief! *********~ ~;& J.?J ~ : j!.i41 ~J ~fl; -.l.t ~ .. ..... ;" ;", (f 0~~0~jJ» :jW0~~J~~~~"41 0~ : jw tJ..~ I~ ° ~t?~ ~ "o~< ~~J ~ r--,-­ ..r::::- o~~o<j" .., o_~<_ ."; I" ~1.::. o~ ~~I , .: : jw ry~C::--/ j!.i ~ ~~ k~; -: : ~ JO~ e. ..J (.$",,, r:.[..uI))I.j 0l:>- -:r. 10))] «(~ o~L:.......P) • «(J~J Discouragement of Desparation24) Abu Huraira W -.lJ1~) said: Allahs Messenger ~ -.lJ1";" rJ-J passed while some of his Companions were laughing.He said to them: If you know what I know you shouldlaugh very little and weep a lot. Then Jibrael came to himand said: Allah says to you: Do not make my slaves feeldesparate (from my mercy). Then the Prophet rJ-J ~ -.lJ1 ..;..came back and said to us: Be hopeful, be happy. (The chain of narrators is sound and narrated by Ibn Hiban.) There is always hope as far as we believe that the mercy of Allah supercedes His anger. " ********* , ,. ,: J!.i ~;& J.?J 0i-~4 ~J 0fl~ -.l.i ~ . " ........ (f 0) 33
  31. 31. ~jj 4;Jl~u ~~I :J:~ J~ ~1~4 ~~)) / /(, ~,,"t 1-:. ///~...1;~ /~J ° 1 :JW;~PI-:OJb:; ~I..I.:>- .Yo "",/"... -;: ",/ .Yo" """ ~ ~~ ",- ~ ~.J .JlS * . ,......~. " ..0" ",,0 Y. ",,;." 0 "" .J. /p19 ~~ J~ ~ :JIj ~ ~J~~ ~;. ~ . ~~ ,.., , f" . 0"/ , /. ~ ",.,," ,/ .J. ,/ ,,/ ,/ , ;"i.aJ ...1;~ / ~J ° I : JW ;~ ~:. I-:°q )2.:.; ~.l9 I-:°q ~.J . J ~ . ~ ~~ . ~~ : J~ ~81 ~ lili : J~ .~ ~.:~ ~ 0 :~: :.; / ,/ ,..,/ ;."" " // ,/ .J.,/ 0.Yo : JW ;~ ~ :. 4;) );,:; W...; 1::° q ~ ~~ u:.f?:" t~ ,...... " ~. . ~. ° I;.~19 . I. ° ", ,/~ 1/· ~ / ~." ~ ~ ~ .r; .. L I -: :. ~ //.Y-Y"" ~ I -: i ; . .:w 1;. -;: 1-: . ~ / ° / ~ ~ ~ ,,~ ~ /, ...1; -q / U °i /~.J. J lS " ,." " .J." /",/.>" 0 J. .J.;~ ~:. 1::° ~...; 1-:° ° L:.:19 ~~I I. ° t : J~ ~:. ~ ~~. ~~ ~ . u:.~ ~ ~t, " "" -;. ~..I.:>- " ".~ .)1 ~ 0i.aJ cL;~ / U ~o/ " 0 -;.J. " " / ~" ," ° : JW ~ ~ ~.J . J r : ~ ((0->" ~..I.:>-)) . ((~~~[rSW1j J..o..>.i j -iL:.lj~.L ..rJlj ~jjl~.>:i olj.)] Paradise is surrounded with hardships whereas Hell is encompassed with lusts25) Narrated AbO Huraira 4;$.ill.,?; that Allahs Messenger~J 4.# .illl J-.o said: When Allah created Paradise, He orderedJibrae1: Go and see it. So he went and saw it. Then hereturned and said: 0 Lord, By Your glory! who hears of itwould love entering it. Then He encompassed it withunpleasant things (hardships of worship) and said: 0Jibrael! Go (again) and see it. So he went away to look atit. Then he came back and said: 0 Lord, By Your glory! Ifear that no one will enter it. The Prophet ~ J ~ .illl J-.o said:When Allah created Hell, He said: 0 Jibrael, go and see it. 34
  32. 32. So he went and saw it. Then he turned up and said: 0Lord, By Your glory! No one who hears of it will enter it.So he encompassed it with lusts (worldy desires) and said:o Jibrael! Go back and see it. He went again to see it andcame back saying: 0 Lord, By Your glory! I fear that noone will escape from entering it (This Haditn is fair and reported by Abu Daud, Tinnidhi, Nasai, Ahmad in Musnad and Al-Hakim in Mustadrak) Allah has promised to give Paradise in reward to those who do good deeds for His sake. But man is misguided by the Satan and worldly lusts which cause him to do bad deeds that lead to Hell. He who undergoes hardships in the cause of Allah; these hardships will lead him to the enternal abode of pleasures. *********~.& ~.?J :; ~~ ~.& ~J ~J:; ~:; .. ,.". .. ".., ("1)l; ~~ 15:~ ~~~t :J~J bJ¢~.& Jlh : J~.((A ~ fi:,k>- ~ , ~ 0" "" ~J ~ j~i ~J ~iJ ~ ~ """" ~ """ "" ,.". ,[~~ ~IJ ~J.., .rIIJ ~J ~)~I oIJ)] ((~~J.>.)) Some of what Allah has prepared for His righteous slaves26) Narrated Abu Huraira ~....ul.r") the Prophet ~J ~ oUIl ~said: Allah Jo:-J:r said: I had prepared for My righteous slaveswhat no eye has seen nor any ear has heard nor any humanmind has realised (nor it has occurred to any human heart). (This Hadith is sound and reported by Bukhari, Muslim,Tirmidhi and Ibn Majah).Later on Abu Huraira said: Recite if you wish: No soulknows about the joy of eyes (pleasure) which has beenhidden for them. 35

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