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    On saying "IF"

    Abu Hurairah (ra) related that
    The Messenger of Allah, sal Allahu alayhi wa salla, said:

    "Seek out that which benefits you, seek help only from Allah and never say you can't do it. "If any adversity comes to you, do not say: 'If I had only acted in such-and-such a way, it would have been such-and-such;' but instead, say: 'Allah has decreed (it) and what He willed, He has done,' for verily, (the word) (if) opens the way for the work of Satan."

    - Saheeh Muslim

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    Never will we yield

    Narrated Al-Bara:

    On the day (of the battle) of Al-Ahzab (i.e. clans) I saw the Prophet carrying earth, and the earth was covering the whiteness of his abdomen. And he was saying, "Without You (O Allah!) we would have got no guidance, nor given in charity, nor prayed. So please bless us with tranquility and make firm our feet when we meet our enemies.

    Indeed (these) people have rebelled against (oppressed) us but never shall we yield if they try to bring affliction upon us."


    Sahi Bukhari, Volume 4, Book 52, Number 90

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    Hadith: Magrib and jinns


    Narrated Jabir bin 'Abdullah:
    Allah's Apostle said, "When night falls (or when it is evening), stop your children from going out, for the devils spread out at that time. But when an hour of the night has passed, release them and close the doors and mention Allah's Name, for Satan does not open a closed door. Tie the mouth of your water-skin and mention Allah's Name; cover your containers and utensils and mention Allah's Name. Cover them even by placing something across it, and extinguish your lamps.” (Volume 7, Book 69, Number 527)


    The prophet has stated in a hadith “As night comes in and it is dusk, then keep your children in for Shaytan gather at that time. When an hour of the time goes by, then let them out. Close the doors and mention the name of Allah. Shaytan does not open a closed door.” (Al Bukhari relates from Jabir Bin Abdullah.)


    Hadith - Sahih Bukhari 4:533, Narrated Jabi bin 'Abdullah

    The Prophet said, "Cover your utensils and tie your water skins, and close your doors and keep your children close to you at night, as the Jinns spread out at such time and snatch things away. When you go to bed, put out your lights, for the mischief-doer (i.e. the rat) may drag away the wick of the candle and burn the dwellers of the house." Ata said, "The devils." (Instead of the Jinns). Hadith - Sunan of Abu Dawood

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    This is excellent!
    Thought provoking!
    If Allah is with you, then whom do you have to fear,
    If Allah is against you, then what hope do you have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by *mu$Lim*
    This is excellent!
    Thought provoking!
    indeed bro and yet social life doesn't began till after magrib now a days. Muslim youths get out at night time to party or eat out or have fun or what not, women go visit friends or go shoping at this time. Indeed we are abandoning the sunnah,advice and warnings of the Islam and going the opposite way.

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    Hadith: Punishment for not obeying the Prophet (sallallahu alayhi wassallam)

    Narrated Abu Huraira:
    Allah's Apostle said,
    "All my followers will enter Paradise except those who refuse." They said, "O Allah's Apostle! Who will refuse?" He said, "Whoever obeys me will enter Paradise, and whoever disobeys me is the one who refuses (to enter it)."
    Sahih Bukhari, Volume 9, Book 92, Number 384

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    Raising Hands to make dua

    The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said:

    “Allaah is modest and most generous; if a man raises his hands to Him, He cannot send them back empty and unanswered,”

    Narrated by Ahmad and Abu Dawood from the hadeeth of Salmaan

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    Reward for Callind adhan & being in first Row

    Narrated Abu Huraira:
    Allah's Apostle said,
    "If the people knew what is the reward of making the call (for the prayer) and (of being in) the first row (in the prayer), and if they found no other way to get this privilege except by casting lots, they would certainly cast lots for it. If they knew the reward of the noon prayer, they would race for it, and if they knew the reward of the morning (i.e. Fajr) and Isha prayers, they would present themselves for the prayer even if they had to crawl to reach there.
    Sahi Bukhari, Volume 3, Book 48, Number 854
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    Longing for Death

    Sahih Bukhari
    Volume 9, Book 90, Number 341:
    Narrated Sa'd bin Ubaid (radiallaho unho):

    Allah's Apostle (salallaho alaihi wasallam) said, "None of you should long for death, for if he is a good man, he may increase his good deeds, and if he is an evil-doer, he may stop the evil deeds and repent"

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    Tests for the Believers

    A persons life in this world is not stable. One passes through alternating periods of happiness and dismay, strength and weakness. wealth and poverty, health and sickness etc. A true believer is one who maintains a clear level of Eemaan throughout the worldly fluctuations. He continues to remember Allah and ascribe the bounties to Him; and he turns to Him in submission, asking for relief from his affliction. This is described by the Messenger (sallallaahu alaihi wasallam) who said:

    " Indeed amazing are the affairs of a believer ! They are all for hisbenefit; If he is granted ease of living he is thankful; and this is best for him. And if he is afflicted with a hardship, he perseveres; and this is best or him." [ Muslim ]

    And Allah (S) said (which means);

    " Certainly, We shall test you with fear,hunger,loss of wealth,lives and fruits; but give glad tidings to the patient - those who, when afflicted with calamity say, "Truly to Allah we belong, and truly to Him shall we return." it is those who will be awarded blessings and mercy from their Lord; and it is those who are the guided ones." [ 2:155-157 ]

    Thus, a believer shows gratitude and thankfulness for all the wonderful blessings that Allah grants him. And he displays patience and submission during sickness and hardships, hunger, or other afflictions.

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    HARDSHIPS BENEFIT THE BELIEVER

    Allah has decreed that, in this life, hardships and disasters strike both believers and non-believers. For a non-believer, they are inconveniences that hinder him from proceeding with his normal involvement in the worldly life. For a believer, on the other hand, they are instances of rest and remembrance, tests that promise great rewards, and indications of atonement and expiation of sins. Regardless of how little is the harm that strikes a believer, it carries with it good news of forgiveness and elevated rank (in Jannah). The Righteous Predecessors used to be pleased when a hardship afflicted them, seeing it as a token of Allah's forgiveness and benevolence.


    EXPIATION OF SINS

    Abu Hurayrah (radiallaahu anhu) reported that the Prophet (sallallaahualaihi wasallam) said:

    " Hardships continue to befall a believing man and woman in their body, family, and property, until they meet Allah (S) burdened with no sins. " [ Tirmithee ]

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    SIGN OF ALLAH'S LOVE

    Abu Hurayrah (radiallaahu anhu) reported that the Prophet (sallallaahualaihi wasallam) said:

    " Whenever Allah wills good for a person, He subjects him to adversity" [ Bukharee and others ]

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    SIGN OF EMAAN

    Abu Hurayrah (radiallaahu anhu) and Ka'b Bin Maalik (radiallaahu anhu) reported that the Prophet (sallallaahu alaihi wasallam) said:

    " The parable of a believer is that of a fresh and moist plant; the wind tilts it this way and that way; and so is the believer; he continues to be subject to affliction. And the parable of a hypocrite is that of a firm cedar tree; it does not shake - until it is uprooted all at once." [Bukharee and Muslim ]

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    SIGN OF RIGHTEOUSNESS

    The prophets and righteous people are afflicted the most, and their rewards are the highest. Sa'd (radiallaahu anhu) reported that the Prophet (sallallaahu alaihi wasallam) said:

    " The most in their suffering among the people are the prophets, then the best, then the (next) best. One is afflicted in accordance with his deen (faith). If his deen is firm his affliction is hard, and if his deen is weak, his affliction is light. Indeed, one would be so much subjected to adversity until he walks among the people without any sins. " [ Ahmad, Tirmithee ]

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    EARLY PUNISHMENT

    Anas (radiallaahu anhu) reported that the Prophet (sallallaahu alaihi wasallam) said:

    " When Allah wills good for a servant of His, He expedites his punishment in this life; and when He wills retribution for a servant of His, He holds his sins for Him to judge him by them on the Day of Resurrection. " [ Tirmithee ]

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    MULTIPLICATION OF REWARDS

    Anas (radiallaahu anhu) reported that the Prophet (sallallaahu alaihi wasallam) said:

    " The amount of reward is in accordance with the amount of suffering. When Allah (SWT) loves some people, He tries them (with affliction). He who then is content (with Allah's decree) has achieved the acceptance (of Allah), and he who is dissatisfied (with Allah's decree) will attain the anger (of allah)." [Tirmithee ]

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    REWARDS FOR SICKNESS

    One should not look to sickness as a gloomy episode, but should remember the great good in it. It is one form of affliction with which Allah (SWT) tests His 'ibaad (servants), giving them a chance to acquire rewards, as was explained above, as is further emphasized below.


    REMOVAL OF SINS AND ELEVATION IN RANKS

    Abu Hurayrah (radiallaahu anhu) reported that the Prophet (sallallaahu alaihi wasallam) said:

    " Whenever a Muslim is afflicted by harm from sickness or other matters, Allah will drop his sins because of that, like a tree drops its leaves." [ Bukharee and Muslim ]

    Abu Sa'eed al-Khudree (radiallaahu anhu) reported that the Prophet (sallallaahu alaihi wasallam) said:

    " A muslim is not afflicted by hardship, sickness, sadness, worry, harm, or depression - even if pricked by a thorn, but Allah expiates his sins because of that. " [ Bukharee and Muslim ]

    Sa'eed said, " I was with Salmaan (radiallaahu anhu) when he visited a sick man in Kindah ( in Persia ), and he said to him: " Expect good because Allah(SWT) makes a believers sickness an expiation (for his sins) and a period of rest. However, when a disbeliever falls sick, he is like a camel whose owner ties it then lets it loose - it does not understand why it was tied nor why it was freed."" [ Bukharee ]

    'Aishah (radiallaahu anhu) narrated that once some pain afflicted the Prophet (sallallaahu alaihi wasallam) causing him to suffer and turn about in his bed. she said: " Had one of us done this, you would have blamed him."

    He (sallallaahu alaihi wasallam) replied:

    " An ailment is intensified for the righteous. whenever a believer is afflicted by a hardship, either it is a thorn or more, a sin is taken off from him because of it, and he is elevated by one rank ( in Jannah). " [ Ahmad ]

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    RETAINING REWARDS FOR DEEDS BEFORE SICKNESS

    Usually, when a believer falls sick, he would not be able to do the same amount of good (prayer,fasting,helping Muslims etc) that he used to do when he was well. But Allah out of His great mercy, continues to record for him the good deeds that he was forced to stop because of his sickness. Abu Moosa Al-Ash'aree (radiallaahu anhu) narrated that the Prophet (sallallaahu alaihi wasallam) said:

    " For a travelling or sick person, his deeds will be recorded in accordance with what he used to do when he was resident or well." [ Bukharee ]

    'Abdullah Bin 'Amr (radiallaahu anhu)reported that the Prophet (sallallaahu alaihi wasallam) said:

    " No (believing) person gets sick, but (his deeds) will be recorded for him in accordance with what he used to do when he was well." [ Bukharee ]

    Anas (radiallaahu anhu) reported that the Prophet (sallallaahu alaihiwasallam) said:

    " No muslims body is afflicted by Allah, but He will record (his deeds) foe him in accordance with what he used to do when he was well - as long as he is sick. Thus, if He takes his life, He forgives him; and if He cures him, He washes him (from sins)." [ Bukharee ]

    'Uqbah Bin 'Aamir (radiallaahu anhu)reported that the Prophet (sallallaahu alaihi wasallam) said:

    " Each days deeds are sealed with it. thus, when a believer gets sick, the angels say, " Our lord! Your servant such and such, You have restrained him (from doing good this day)." And the lord replies, " Seal his day in accordance with his (usual) deeds, until he is cured or dies". [ Ahmad ]

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    REASON FOR THE REWARD

    'Atta Bin Rabaah reported that ibn 'abbaas (radiallaahu anhu) told him, " Do you want to see a woman from the people of Jannah (paradise)?" He said "Yes". He said: " It is this black woman. She came to the Prophet (sallallaahu alaihi wasallam) saying, " I have (epileptic) seizures, and I get exposed, so supplicate to Allah for me." He (sallallaahu alaihi wasallam) said:

    " If you wish, be patient and you will attain Jannah; or if you wish, I will ask Allah to cure you."

    She replied, " I will be patient ! But my body gets exposed (because of the fall), so supplicate to Allah for me that I do not become exposed." and he (sallallaahu alaihi wasallam) did."
    [ Bukharee and Muslim ]

    The scholars have differed in opinion as to whether a sick person will be rewarded for the sickness itself or for being patient during it. the correct opinion is that if he is patient and submits to Allah's will, as in the above hadeeth, he would be rewarded for both the submission and the sickness, otherwise, he would not be rewarded at all; because he resented Allah's decree. This is what should be understood from Ibn hajar al-'Asqalaanees words:

    " The authentic hadeeths are clear in that the rewards are recorded once affliction strikes a Muslim. as for patience and acceptance, they are virtues for which a person may get additional rewards over those for the affliction."

    'Abdullah Bin 'Amr (radiallaahu anhu)reported that the Prophet (sallallaahu alaihi wasallam) said:

    " If a Muslim is pricked by (as little as) a thorn in the worldly life, and he seeks its reward from Allah, some of his sins will be removed, because of
    it, on the Day of Judgement."
    [Bukharee]


 

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