Walhamdulillah, wasalatu wasalam alaa Rasoolillah.
IN JULY 2015
RAMADAN REVIVAL HAPPENED…
and we want to share some
SURAH AL ASR
Tafsir Surah al Asr
Speaker: Graduate of Islamic university of Madinah, Sheikh MuAwiya
The Sheikh derived these benefits for us to take from the surah:
Ramadan is here WALHAMDULILLAH… time to put forward good deeds of obedience and avoid the forbidden to help us in the Akhirah, to attain Jannah.
Allah forgive any errors in this post and our lives, and Allah forgive all our errors, and make us among the muttaqeen. amin.
Oh Allah, let us witness Ramadan in your obedience. Allah bless our time in His cause. Allahumma salli wasallim ala nabiyyina Muhammad. amin
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Sit alone, click play, shut your eyes, listen with your heart…
(Scroll down for English interpretation- I know you’re busy, but DON’T be lazy to read this!)
Read at QURAN KSU
In the Name of Allah, The Most Gracious, The Most Merciful.
Oh My God! I’m lost for words…yet bursting to say something…
I keep clicking replay…
I can listen to this all day… I feel something in my heart when I read and listen to this. I see warnings, reminders, promises. I see truth. I see proof. I see meaning. I see no error. I feel a sense of emergency, of urgency. I feel I have to make a move. I have to act upon it. I feel I found the purpose in life.
I feel I need to run back to The One Who gave me life, The One Who will cause me to die, The One Who will resurrect me, and punish or reward me accordingly.
I need to run back to Allah alone.
So do you.
Be objective. Be sincere. Be open minded. I’m sure you’ll feel something too.
Oh Allaah the One Who changes the hearts, keep my heart firm upon Your religion! Guide us to preserve on Your straight path forever. Allahumma salli wasallim alaa nabiyinaa Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Ameen.
With love for the sake of The One.
Previously, we discussed that the fundamental principle in Islam is to affirm the Oneness of Allah, in His Lordship, His names and attributes and His right to be worshipped exclusively. We also discussed belief in the prophets and messengers of God (Allah) , the last of whom was prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), as well as the scriptures of the past, and the final revealed book, The Noble Qur’an.
Here follows some more enlightening facts about our Islamic beliefs and principles:
7. Unseen Creation- Muslims believe in the unseen creation, such as the angels and jinns.The angels always obey Allah. Regarding the jinn, there are believers and disbelievers among the them. Satan (man’s biggest enemy) is from among the Jinn creation.
8.Heaven and hell- Muslims believe that there is judgement and an afterlife following this ephemeral worldly existence. We will be held accountable for our actions on the Day of Judgement. We strive to reach paradise, the abode of eternal pleasure, by obediently doing what Allah loves and is pleased with, and by striving to avoid what He forbids and is displeased with.
9.Divine decree and predestination- Allah has absolute control over the universe and there is no power nor strength except with Him. His Wisdom is great. His justice is perfect. And He is All-Knowing, All-Observant and All-aware, The Most Gracious, The Most Merciful. He wants good for His servants. He knows exactly why everything that occurs in the universe does so, because He decreed it with infinite wisdom. He knows the past, the present, the future, i.e. what has happened, what is happening and what will happen. We have choice to do good or bad, yet this does not operate outside the comprehensive decree and irresistible will of Allah, The Irresistible, The Mighty Compeller. Good and bad things happen to us in this world, as a test of our faith in God. If we turn to God (Allah) always and have faith, trust, repent and bear patiently, we will get through the trials successfully.