Sunday, June 12, 2016

Proper Manners with the Messenger of God

And the Noble Qurʾān was revealed to teach the Companions (RA) good manners with him (Sallallahu Alaihi wasallam), for a lack of good manners with him (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) is a sign of poor intellect and foolishness [Al-Ḥujurāt: 3-4], a lack of contentment with his judgement (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) reflects an absence of faith [al-Nisāʾ: 65], and harming him (Sallallahu alaihi wasallam) unleashes the wrath of Allah the Most Exalted [al-Aḥzāb: 53].
And what we witness today of people's concern with learning the Divine Law without a similar concern for loving the Prophet (Sallahu Alaihi Wasallam) and His Household (AS) and having good manners with them, reflects the state of being veiled by that which has a derived secondary value from that which is essentially valuable, and this results in being deprived from the full blessings of knowledge. Indeed, it can result in being deprived the perfection of faith and the ability to taste its sweetness, as in his statement (Sallallahu alaihi wasallam): "Three things that must be present to find the sweetness of faith – when Allah and His Messenger are more beloved to one than anyone else . . ." Indeed, it can further deprive one of the essence of his faith and runs the danger of a poor ending, save for the one who is touched by Allah's mercy, as is in his statement (Sallallahu alaihi wasallam), "No slave truly believes until I am more beloved to him .

-Shaikh Saleh El din R.A-

اللَّهُمَ صَل ِعَلَى سَيدِنا مُحَمَّدٍ الفاتح
ِلِمَا أُغلِقَ وَالخاتمِ لِمَا سبقَ نَاصِرِالْحَقِ
  بِالْحَق ِوَالهادِي إلىَ صِراطِكَ المُسْتَقيم
وَعَلىَ آلِه حَقَّ قدْرِه وَمِقدَارِهِ العظيم

Allaahuve muth nabiye mun nirthi dua cheyyukayaanu..ennem muthuvinem ennum opparaakkane..njangale piriyippikkalle..avan nte maathram aakane..jeevithatthilum maranatthilum maranathin sheshom njangal opparaavane.onnaakane..avale iyy best doctor aakkane..oolde per kelkkumpozhekk alkkare rogam maaranee
Njangalkk nee ninne thanne nalkane

Aameen bi jahi nabiyyil ameen sallallahu alaihi wasallam

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