7th July 2020

16 Dhū al-Qa'da 1441

Dhuhr Salah

1:30 pm

3 Hours 10 Minutes
Prayer Begins Salah
Fajr3:00 am 3:15 am
Sunrise4:50 am
Dhuhr1:21 pm 1:30 pm
Asr5:40 pm 6:00 pm
Maghrib9:39 pm 9:44 pm
Isha11:24 pm 11:35 pm
Video Lesson:
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40 Hadith Abu Arwa Ali Death and the life of the grave Eemaan (belief) Personal Matters Purpose of Life The Hereafter

40 Hadith #61: The reality of this life

Alhuda Bolton · 40 Hadith #61: The Reality of Life

With our brother Abu Arwa Ali

Summary 

  • The value of remembering death, why is this important?
  • What is the reality of life?
  • Ibn Qayyim’s example of the man who had three brothers, what does each brother represent?
  • The value of our deeds
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40 Hadith Abu Arwa Ali Death and the life of the grave Eemaan (belief) Personal Matters Purpose of Life The Hereafter

40 Hadith #60: Hadiths 39 & 40

With our brother Abu Arwa Ali

Summary 

  • Recap of hadith 37 & 38
  • Mistakes and Forgetfulness
  • Why did our Prophet (instruct us to be like a stranger or traveller in this world?
  • What is the reality of this world and the afterlife??
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Abu Arwa Ali Death and the life of the grave Khutbahs 2020 Societal matters The Hereafter

Khutbah: Seek Refuge in Allah from 4 things

By our brother Abu Arwa Ali

The advise of the The Messenger of Allāh (ﷺ) to seek protection from:

  • The Punihsment of Hellfire
  • The Punishment of the grave
  • The trials of life and death
  • The trails of Ad-Dajjaal (the Anti-Christ)
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40 Hadith Abu Arwa Ali Death and the life of the grave Eemaan (belief) Societal matters

40 Hadith Lesson 49: Hadith 31 Abstinence From the World

Sun 29th Dec 2019

Lesson 49: Hadith 31 (Abstinence From the World)

Read by our brother Abu Arwa Ali

Summary:

  • What does Zuhd mean?
  • Having certainty in Allah
  • How to deal with calamities in your life?
  • Loss of wealth, life and health
  • How should you deal with people who criticise you?

Recap of Last week:

  • What did we learn from Hadith 30?
  • Allah has set limits for certain things, what are they?
  • Allah has remained silent about certain things, what does this mean? Why is this the case?

Hadith 31

  • From Sahl bin Saʿd al-Sāʿidī (raḍiyallāhu ʿanhu) who said: A man came to the Prophet (ﷺ) and said: “O Messenger of Allāh, direct me to an act which, if I do it, [will cause] Allāh to love me and people to love me.” He said, “Abstain from (pursuit of) the world and Allāh will love you, and abstain from (pursuing) what people possess and people will love you.” [Related by Ibn Mājah]
  • Imam Nawawi graded this Hadith as Hasan (sound)
  • The explanation of this hadith is split into 4 parts

Part 1: The eagerness of the companions for good

  • The companions of the Messenger of Allah were the most keen of people in wanting to know the avenues to good
  • Sahl bin Sa’d may Allah be pleased with him wanted to know how to attain the love of Allah
  • Why should one want the people to love him? What is the benefit in this?
  • When is the love of the people dispraise worthy

Part 2: The statement of the Prophet (ﷺ) “abstain from the world”

  • The word used for abstain was “Zuhd”, what does it mean?
  • What did ibnu Rajab say about the meaning of Zuhd?
  • Leaving that which preoccupies you and busies you from Allah, the Most High
  • Before a person embarks on Zuhd concerning worldly matters that are permitted, he should pay attention to sins and the forbidden matters
  • Abstaining from Shirk (polytheism) and disbelief
  • The error of Sufi, Khawarij and Christian asceticism
  • The underlying component of Zuhd is found in the Heart
  • What did Ibnu Rajab say about the 3 underlying component of the true Zahid?
    • 1. To have more confidence and certainty concerning what is in the Hand of Allah for you of the dunya than what is in your hand
    • 2. That your condition and state of mind when you are afflicted with a calamity, is the same as when you were not afflicted with it
    • 3. That the one who praises you, and the one who rightfully criticises you are the same in your eyes
  • What do these three points mean?