Category Archives: Reminders

21 Sep

Make dua regardless

Haafiz Ibn al-Hajar said:

Do not let how evil you think you are and the high number of your sins stop you from making dua to your Lord because He answered the devil (ibliis) when he said: O my Lord, give me respite until the day when they are resurrected.

Allaah said: Indeed, you are from among the ones given respite.

Fath al-Baari
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The devil disobeyed Allaah. Allaah cursed him. Ibliis made dua despite all of this, and Allaah answered his dua.

You may think you are very evil. You know you have loads of sins. Do not allow this to stop you from making dua to Allaah because the dua of the devil was answered who is much worse than you.

 

13 Sep

Be guided and be a guide!

Don't you want to be guided? Do you not want to be steadfast on Diin? Do you not want to guide people?

 

Only Allaah guides. Tawfiiq to do good deeds is only from Allaah. You cannot make someone do good deeds. You can guide people by showing them the correct path. You can guide in that sense.

 

Here is a dua which will keep you steadfast. Allaah will guide you. He will make you a guide to help people to the correct path!

 

O Allaah make me steadfast on Diin and make me guided and one who guides

 

The dua can be made in English. You do not have to make dua in Arabic. It is good if you make dua in Arabic, but it is not a must like prayer which must be in Arabic.

 

If you would like to make it in Arabic then use the following:

 

اللَّهُمَّ ثَبِّتْنِي وَاجْعَلْنِي هَادِياً مَهْدِيَّاً

Allaahumma thab bit nii waj 'alnii haadi yam mahdiyaa

 

09 Sep

Do not make blind taqliid when the truth becomes manifest

Ibn Baaz (rightly said) said:

It is obligatory upon you to take hold of the truth and to follow the truth when the evidence becomes apparent to you even if it opposes so and so. And it is obligatory upon you to not be a fanatic and make blind taqliid.

Majmuu al-Fataawaa
Volume 1 Page 343

 

14 Aug

The baatil sect of the ‘Ashaa’irah

The 'Ashaa'irah love to talk about al-jauhar and al-'arad. They use these concepts to attempt to make tanziih of Allaah.


Their books are polluted with al-jauhar and al-'arad. The 'Ashaa'irah are from among the people of ilm al-kalaam.

 

Read and understand how evil and disgusting these people are.

 


The Salaf said:

He who seeks Diin by means of kalaam has committed heresy.

 


al-Shaafi'i said:

That a slave falls into every sin Allaah has forbidden except shirk is better for him than that he looks into kalaam

 

Ahmad bin Hanbal said:

The companion of kalaam will never succeed. The scholars of kalaam are heretics.

 

Ibn aqiil said:

I say with certainty that the Companions (may Allaah be pleased with them) died and did not recognize al-jauhar and al-'arad. If you are pleased to be like them then do so. And if you see that the way of the Mutakallimiin is better than the way of Abu Bakr and Umar then how evil is what you think.


This is what the Ashaa'irah are. There whole baatil sect is based on al-jauhar and al-'arad.

 

Evil is what they are upon. Do you want to be like them?

 

Or do you want to follow Abu Bakr and Umar (may Allaah be pleased with both of them)?

 

31 Jul

Cursing Yaziid

Yaziid's army frightened the inhabitants of Madiinah. There is no dispute among the scholars regarding this fact.

 

It has been narrated tha the Messenger of Allaah (sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam) said:

He who frightens the people of Mādinah wrongfully Allāh will frighten him and upon him is the curse of Allāh, the angels, and mankind all together.

 

Sheikh al-albaani graded the above hadiith authentic.

 

Ibn al-Jawzi said:

 

al-QāDii Abu Ya'lā wrote a book in which he mentioned those who deserve to be cursed.

He mentioned Yazīd amongst them. Then he mentioned the following hadīth

He who frightens the people of Mādinah wrongfully Allāh will frighten him and upon him is the curse of Allāh, the angels, and mankind all together.

There is no difference of opinion that Yazīd invaded Madinah Munawwarah with an army and frightened it's inhabitants.

 

Reference(s):

Ibn Sa'd al-Tabaqāt al-kubrā
Volume 5 Page 66

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