Welcome To NaijaSky

Islam

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 »
clip Ramadan fasting to begin on Thursday, Saudi says
May 15, 2018, 12:55:45 PM by Isaac Adeniran



Ramadan fasting to begin on Thursday, Saudi says


Saudi Arabia said that the Ramadan fasting will begin on Thursday across the globe, the official Saudi news agency SPA reported on Tuesday.

The new moon of Ramadan was not spotted on Tuesday evening and Wednesday will mark the last day of the Islamic month of Shaaban, SPA said, citing religious authorities in the kingdom.

The beginning and end of Islamic months are determined by the sighting of the new moon.

Egypt’s Mufti, the country’s top religious authority, said in a televised speech that the holy month will start on Thursday in the most populous Arab country.

Also, the United Arab Emirates, Jordan and Iraq’s Sunni Muslim minority also announced that the holy month of Ramadan will start on Thursday.

During Ramadan, Muslims have to abstain from eating, drinking and smoking from dawn to sunset.

Devout Muslims also mark the month by intense worship, performing special nightly prayers and reading Islam’s holy book, the Koran.

Fasting is one of Islam’s five pillars, alongside declaration of monotheism, prayer five times a day, alms-giving, and the pilgrimage to Mecca in Saudi Arabia
xx WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT FASTING
May 13, 2018, 01:50:01 AM by Isaac Adeniran
WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT FASTING

1. When the month of Ramadan starts, the gates of paradise are opened, the gates of hell are closed and the devils are chained. (Al-Bukhari 1898, Muslim 1079)

2. Every Muslim must make intention before fajr to fast(for an obligatory fast). Intention is not uttered. It is determination in the mind and should not be done with audible wordings. (Al Bukhari 1, Abu Dawood 2454)

3. Fasting is NOT just abstaining from eating and drinking, it is also refraining from vain speech and foul language. If one is verbally abused, he should say 'I am fasting' (Muslim 1151)

4. Taking the pre-dawn meal (Sahuur) is a BLESSING. Every Muslim is expected to take the meal EVEN if with a mouthful of water. (Al Bukhari 1923, Ahmad 44)

5. It is the Sunnah to DELAY the Sahuur and HASTEN to break the fast as soon as the sun sets. (Al Bukhari 1921, Muslim 1099)

6. If one hears the call to prayer WHILE still eating the Sahuur, he should not stop eating, rather he should finish his food. (Abu Dawud 2350)

7. Whosoever does not give up speaking falsely and acting on lies and evil actions, Allaah does not care for his abstaining from eating and drinking. (Al Bukhari 1903)

8. The Messenger of Allah used to break his fast BEFORE magrib prayer with 3 fresh dates, if there were no fresh dates, he would eat 3 dry dates, if there were no dry dates, he would take 3 draughts of water. (Abu Dawud 2349)

9. Whoever provides a fasting person something with which to break his fast, he will earn the same reward as the person without the person's reward being reduced. (At-tirmidhi 807)

10. It is PERMISSIBLE for a fasting person to bath or pour over his head to relief him of the hotness of the sun or of thirst. (Abu dawud 2365)

11. If somebody eats or drinks FORGETFULLY while fasting, he should complete his fast, for what he has eaten or drunk been given to him by Allaah. (Al Bukhari 1933, Muslim 1155)

12. Zakaatul fitr is OBLIGATORY on every muslim, old & young, slave & free, male & female. One Sa'a (approx. 3kg) of food items should be given out before people go out for the 'Eid prayer. (Al Bukhari 579/2, Muslim 2159)

13. The Messenger of Allaah never proceeded(for prayer) on the day of 'Eid ul fitr unless he had eaten some odd number of dates. (Al Bukhari 73/2)

14. We should put on our BEST garments and chant Adhkaar TO & FRO the Eid ground. (Al Bukhari 88,89,102/2)

15. On the day of Eid, the Messenger of Allaah used to return (after offering the Eid prayer) through a way DIFFERENT from that by which he went. (Al Bukhari 102/2).                                           
16. Whoever observes fast in Ramadan and also fasts for six days in Shawwal, the reward of a whole year fast is recorded for him. (Muslim 2614/6)
DON'T THANK ME.. JUST SHARE FOR THE SAKE OF ALLAH AS SADAQAH!!!
xx SURATUL IKHLAAS
April 28, 2018, 01:33:43 AM by Isaac Adeniran
*SURATUL IKHLAAS*💚

 A man was walking and he saw this written on a wall: 'Qul huwa Allaahu ahad, Allahus Samad, Lam yalid WA lam youlad, Wa lam yakoul lahu koufuwan ahad.'

So he sat and read it, while he was reading it a man was watching him and Came to him and said 'Do you know that you have got at least 470 hasanas (Blessings) just for reading this!

The person who wrote this on the wall also got 470 hasanas; Even you (who is reading this mail) have 470 hasanas.

*So press forward and let more people get 470 hasanas.*

 Don't forget, *each time someone reads this mail and gets* *hasanat so do you**.

When there is only a single star left in the sky. At that very moment, the path of forgiveness will close.

 The writing in the Qur'an will vanish.

The sun will lower itself with the earth.

*Prophet Muhammad* saww said, *'Who ever delivers this news to someone else, I will on the Day of Judgment make for him a place in Jannat*.'  *

*SubhanAllah*


xx ISLAM PHILOSOPHERS CHRONOLOGICALLY.
April 28, 2018, 01:30:38 AM by Isaac Adeniran
ISLAM PHILOSOPHERS CHRONOLOGICALLY.

Muslims should be producing such people today whom are so critical thinkers about the Science and the natural phenomenon:

IBN ISHAK AL-KINDI (801 – 873) Also known as Alkindus. Arab philosopher and scientist, who is known as the first of the Muslim peripatetic philosophers.

IBN SINA (980 – 1037) Also known as Avicenna. Persian philosopher and scientist known for his contributions to Aristotelian philosophy and medicine.

Ibn Battuta (1304 – 1369) Also known as Shams ad–Din. Arab traveler and scholar who wrote one of the most famous travel books in history, the Rihlah.

Ibn Rushd (1126 – 1198) Also known as Averroes. Arab philosopher and scholar who produced a series of summaries and commentaries on most of Aristotle’s works and on Plato’s Republic.

xx Nine Lessons from Surah Hujurat
April 28, 2018, 01:28:14 AM by Isaac Adeniran
Nine Lessons from Surah Hujurat


"When a glass breaks, the sound of breaking disappears immediately, whereas the glass pieces are scattered all over, hurting whoever walks over it".

Similarly, "When you say something that hurts someone's emotions and feelings, your words disappear, but in the heart remains pain for long."

Therefore, don't say anything except good and always remember the nine advises and prohibitions that Allah has given in Surah Hujurat (The Surah of manners) before you say anything to anyone:
xx The story of life, the story of the creation, the creation of the human being.
February 17, 2018, 11:19:41 PM by Isaac Adeniran
In the name of Allah, the Beneficient, the Merciful
All praise to Allah, the Lord of the Worlds and all the blessings of Allah to the head of the messengers and the last of the Prophets, Muhammad, and on his pure and cleansed progeny.

The Qur'an is the holy book for Muslims. It was revealed to an illiterate man, Muhammad, 1400 years ago. This is in itself amazing, that an illiterate man began to recite verses of literary genius. What is more amazing and miraculous is that he pronounced truths of a scientific nature that no other human could possibly have developed at that time (1400 years ago) and without making a single error.

This article will be on a truly exciting, fascinating, and mysterious topic with the fact that this thing happens everyday, every hour, every minute yet every second in all corners of the world and it has been happening since Allah (S.W.T) has created Adam and Eve and it will keep happening until the final hour. This is the story of life, the story of the creation, the creation of the human being.

The Qur'an has many verses regarding the creation of man and many verses which asks us to look and think at what has been created and the complex mechanisms involved. Allah (S.W.T) says in his book:

“ Travel through the Earth and see how God did originate creation” (29:20)

and also:-

“ Now let man but think from what he is created “ (56:5)

and in another verse:

“We will show them our signs in the horizons and in their own souls, until it appears to them that this is the truth”.(41:53)

The Qur'an did not stop at that, but has described many intricate details regarding the topic of this article and that is the creation of man, human reproduction in man.

Let us now go through this mysterious story, and see on one hand, what modern science tells us now and, on the other hand, what the Qur'an has been telling us 1400 years ago.

Human reproduction, as science tells us, happens in many different and unique stages. Did not the Qur'an mention this:-

“ God created you in stages “ (71:4)

“(God) creates you inside the bodies of your mothers, in stages, one after another” (39:6)

The starting point in human reproduction is sexual intercourse. During this act, the male sex organ releases a small quantity of semen into the cervix of the vagina. It has been shown that this semen contains 350,000,000 spermatozoa in one single ejaculation. The spermatozoa is the plural for the word spermatozoon and this is the actual fertilising cell.

This is the male fertilising agent which is also called sperm but the spermatozoon is scientifically more accurate as it is the fertilising cell. Modern Biology has shown that only one spermatozoon out of the 350,000,000 spermatozoa is all that is needed for fertilisation to occur with the female egg, the ovule. Let us see what the Qur'an says:-

“ God created man from a sperm “ (16:4)

and in another verse:-

“ Was (man) not a sperm which has been poured out?. “ (75:37)

The semen, or spermatic liquid, which is ejaculated contains more than just spermatozoa. This liquid is formed by secretions from many glands. They are a) the testicles, b) the seminal vesicles, c) the prostate glands and d) the glands annexed to the urinary tract. All these secretions mix and mingle to form the spermatic liquid. Qur'an mentioned this 1400 years ago:-

“ Verily, We created man from a small quantity of mingled liquids “ (76:2)

After the ejaculation of the semen into the cervix of the vagina, the sperm travels to the Fallopian tube and fertilisation will occur there with the ovule.

Once the ovule has been fertilised, it descends into the womb, or the uterus, via the Fallopian tube and it implants itself there by clinging to the wall of the uterus. This is referred to in the Qur'an in the following verses:-

“ We have created you from...something which cling “ (22:5)

“ We have created the sperm into something which clings “ (23:14)

“ Was (man) not a sperm which has been poured out. After that he was something which clings, then (God) fashioned him in due proportion “ (75:37-38)

The Qur'an calls the fertilised egg “something which clings” because it clings to the wall of the uterus as mentioned earlier.

It is important to note that the implantation of the fertilised egg has to take place inside the womb for pregnancy to occur. If the implantation takes place somewhere else instead of the womb, e.g. in the Fallopian tube, then pregnancy will not take place. The Qur'an tells us the place where the fertilised egg implants itself and the fact that it has to take place there as science tells us now:

“ We cause whom We will to rest in the womb for an appointed term” (22:5)

After the fertilised egg has been implanted in the womb, it begins to evolve into the embryo. The Qur'an describes this evolution by breaking it down into different stages. The description of the Qur'an is brief but very accurate:

“ We have fashioned the thing which clings into a chewed lump of flesh and We fashioned the chewed lump of flesh into bones then We clothed the bones with intact flesh “ (23:14)

As already mentioned, the “something which clings” is the fertilised egg which clings to the wall of the womb.

If you take a piece of meat and chew it once and then take it out of your mouth and look at it, it will look exactly to what the embryo will look like after three weeks of development. This has been shown by a renowned professor of embryology by the name of Keith L.Moore and is shown in his book entitled “The Developing Human” (3rd edition).

On the sixth week of development, the bone structure begins to develop inside the embryo or the “chewed lump of flesh” as the Qur'an calls it. This is called the mesenchyma. Remember what the Qur'an says:

“...We fashioned the chewed lump of flesh into bones...”(23:14)

A week later, the seventh week, the muscles begin to cover the bones which were formed in the previous week:-

“...We clothed the bones with intact flesh...” (23:14)

It is known that the embryo passes through a stage where some parts are in proportion and others out of proportion. Maybe this is what is meant by the Qur'an in the following verse:

“ We created you out of dust, then out of a sperm, then We fashioned you into something which clings into a chewed lump of flesh, partly formed and partly unformed” (22:5)

After four months have passed, the newly formed organs of the embryo, including the heart, begin to operate and the glands begin to secrete. The embryo becomes “alive”. Imam Jaffar Al-Sadiq (A.S) said:

“ When the embryo reaches the fourth month, life has begun in it”

As the embryo develops inside the womb, three layers of protection surround it. These are the maternal anterior abdominal wall, the uterinal wall, and the amnio-chronic membrane. The Qur'an has a verse which may imply to this although the verse may also imply to the distinct embryonic stages. Future discoveries in embryology may be able to shed more light on this particular verse:

“ (God) creates you inside the bodies of your mothers, in stages, one after another, in three veils of darkness “ (39:6)

Modern embryology has also shown that the reproductive glands also form during the embryonic stage. They are formed on the upper part of the posterior abdominal below the diaphragm on either side of the vertebral column. Let us go to the Qur'an and see what it says:-

“ (Man) was fashioned from a liquid poured out, proceeding from between the vertebral column and the lower ribs “ (86:6-7)

The embryo, through all these stages, receives it's food from it's mother via the umbilical chord. Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), in a Hadith, said:

“ Connected by a chord from his bellybutton, and from this he feeds on the mother's food and drink, until the time for his birth has arrived “

I want to sidetrack to the topic of genetics now and what has been said about it through Prophetic traditions. A man went to visit the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) one day. The Prophet said “I have received news that you have a new baby”, the man said “that is correct, messenger of Allah, he was born yesterday”. The Prophet replied “this baby who was born yesterday, eho does he look like, who does he resemble, does he resemble you or does he resemble his mother?”. The man said “messenger of Allah, he will resemble one of the two. He will either resemble me or he will resemble his mother. Isn't that the way?. The Prophet said:-

“ No, do not say that. If the sperm falls into the womb, Allah (S.W.T) brings forth every characteristic between it and between Adam”.(meaning the embryo will inherit characteristics from as far back as Adam (PBUH)).

What does modern genetics say about this?. It tells us that the gene which transmits these characteristics is able to deliver to you these characteristics from your oldest forefathers even if it was 10 million years ago. (Isn't that what this illiterate man said 1400 years ago).

Today's firmly established human reproduction concepts are in total agreement with the Qur'an. But if the Qur'anic verses on this subject are compared with the general theories that were held at the time of the Qur'anic revelation, 1400 years ago, they would be like chalk and cheese.

One of the ridiculous myths that were held at the time of the Qur'anic revelation was regarding vaccination. Whenever we travel anywhere these days, we usually take vaccinations against various types of dangerous diseases before we leave. At the time of the Prophet (PBUH), they also used to have a system of vaccinations but it slightly differed from ours!!!.

The system they used was that whenever you were about to enter a new city, you would stand at the beginning of this city, and make a noise like a donkey. Whenever you were to eat something in that city, you would make a noise like a donkey and this noise-making is what they thought would prevent them of acquiring disease.

See the difference, like chalk and cheese. it was only in the 19th century that science began to have some answers to the mysterious world of human reproduction.

Dear reader. How can you account for the fact that an illiterate man, 1400 years ago, without any scientific background and living in a backward civilisation, predict scientific phenomena which have only now been discovered with the advent of extremely sophisticated and powerful microscopes and with the acquisition of scientific knowledge?. How can you account for all this unless you submit to the fact that Muhammad (PBUH) was a Prophet sent by God, Allah, as a mercy to mankind. There is no compulsion on you to accept the truth, as Allah, says in his book, the Qur'an:-

“ There is no compulsion in religion “ (2:256)

But it is certainly a shame upon human intellect when man is not even interested in finding out the truth. In Islam, we are taught that God has given us a mind and the faculty of reason to look at things objectively and systematically for ourselves. To reflect, then to question, to reach the truth. Religion should not be accepted blindly, as some religions seem to do. In those religions, you are regarded blasphemous to question your own religion. Islam invites you to do that.

It is not right for anybody to force anyone to accept Islam, for Islam teaches that man is given the freedom to choose whatever path he wishes to follow.

Dear reader. Before you form an opinion of Islam, I want to ask you one question. Is your existing knowledge of Islam thorough enough or have you obtained what you know through television, newspapers and non-Muslim third party sources who do not know anything about the real Islam?.

How can you form an opinion about anything from just hearsay?. Is that fair?. Similarly, you should, if you want, find out about Islam through reliable sources. You should not only taste Islam, but digest it as well before you can form any opinions about it.

It is up to you to make the next move. I hope you will eventually find the truth, ISLAM.

Dear brothers and sisters in Islam, Present what you have just read to your non-Muslim friends. We all have to do the work of dawah, invitation to Islam. It is an order from the creator. Allah (S.W.T) in the Qur'an says:-

“ And who is better in speech than he who invites men to Allah and does good deeds and says I am one of the Muslims “ (41:33)

“ Invite (all) to the way of the Lord with wisdom and beautiful preaching and reason with them in ways that are best and most gracious “ (16:125)

All that you have to do is pass what you have read to your friends and let them read it, that is all. Let them know about Islam, because there are so many people who still do not know about this great religion. Allah (S.W.T) says

“ We have sent thee (O Muhammad) except as a universal (messenger) to the whole of mankind, as a giver of glad tidings, and as a warner, but still the majority of mankind still do not know” (34:28)

“ …Mankind still does not know”..

What? .

That there is none worthy of worship but Allah and Muhammad is his Messenger.
xx QUESTIONS & ANSWERS FROM HOLY QURAN
February 08, 2018, 06:20:54 AM by Isaac Adeniran
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS FROM HOLY QURAN

_Episode 2._

*_WHO IS ALLAH?_*
He is Allah beside Whom La Ilaha Illa Huwa (none has the right to be worshipped but He), the King, the Holy, the one Free from all defects, the Giver of security, the Watcher over His creatures, the All-Mighty, the Compeller, the Supreme. Glory, be to Allah! (High is He) above all that they associate as partners with Him.
The Holy Qur'an, Chapter 59, Verse 23.
.
.
He is Allah, the creator, the Inventor of of all things, the Bestower of forms. To Him belong the Best Names. All that is in the heavens and the earth glorify Him. And He is the All-Mighty, the All Wise.
The Holy Qur'an, Chapter 59, Verse 24.
.
.
"Verily! I am Allah! La ilaha illa Ana (none has the right to be worshipped but I), So worship Me, and perform As-Salat (Iqamat-as-Salat) for My Remembrance.
The Holy Qur'an, Chapter 20, Verse 14.
.
.
Allah! La ilaha illa Huwa (none has the right to be worshipped but He), Al-Hayyul-Qayyuum (the Ever Living the One Who sustains and protects all that exists). Neither slumber nor sleep overtakes Him. To Him belongs whatever is in the heavens and whatever is on the earth .Who is he that can intercede with Him except with His Permission? He Knows what happens to them (His creatures) in this world, and what will happen to them in the Hereafter. And they will never compass any thing of His Knowledge except that which He wills. His Kursi extends over the heavens and the earth and He feels no fatigue in guarding and preserving them. And He is the Most High, the Most Great. (This Verse 2:255 is called Ayat-ul-Kursi).
The Holy Qur'an, Chapter 2, Verse 255.
.
.
He merges the night into the day (i.e. the decrease in the hours of the night is added to the hours of the day), and He merges the day into the night (i.e. the decrease in the hours of the day is added the hours of the night). And has subjected the sun and the moon: each runs its course for a term appointed. Such is Allah, your Lord; His is the Kingdom, and those, whom you invoke or call upon instead of Him, own not even a Qitmir (the thin membrane over the date-stone).
The Holy Qur'an, Chapter 35, Verse 13.
.
.
Allah bears witness that La ilaha illa Huwa (none has the right to be worshipped but He), and the angels, and those having knowledge (also give this witness); (He always) maintains His creation in justice La ilaha illa Huwa (none has the right to be worshipped but He), the All-Mighty, the All-Wise.
The Holy Qur'an, Chapter 3, Verse 18.
.
.
Truly! Allah is my Lord and your Lord, so worship Him (Alone). This is the straight Path. The Holy Qur'an, Chapter 3, Verse 51.
.
.
To be continued...

Written by: Ãbûbäkår Êkâ.
Presented by:- Usaini Amfanima

Ya kai dan uwa mai Albarka ka taya mu yada wannan karatu/sako zaka samu lada mai yawa, domin yada ilimi yana da daga cikin Abubuwan da suke kusan ta bawa ga Mahalicci.
______________________________________

» Zauren MIFTAHUL ILMI (WhatsApp).

 ‎Ga ma su sha'awar shiga Zauren MIFTAHUL ILMI a whatsApp sai a turo da CIKAKKEN SUNA zuwa ga lambar mu (07036073248) ta ‎whatsApp.
xx HOW BLESSED ARE YOU TO BE MUSLIM!
January 13, 2018, 02:39:43 PM by naijatowns
HOW BLESSED ARE YOU TO BE  MUSLIM!

*I say a simple Salam to some, I’m rewarded.*

*I smile at someone, I’m rewarded.*

*I pray in Masjid with Jamaat,I’m rewarded 27 times more than those who pray alone.*

*I look at my parents with Merciful eyes, I'm rewarded.*

*I guide somesome right.. I'm being rewarded.*

*I begin anything with Bismillah, that action of mine is rewarded.*

*I reannounce azan after Mouzin, I'm rewarded.*

*I repeat my Prophets name blessing when called, I am rewarded.*

*I walk with humbleness, I'm rewarded.*

*I speak truth, I'm rewarded.*

*I forgive others, I'm rewarded.*

*I lower my gaze, I'm rewarded.*

*I trust in oneness of Allah.. I'm rewarded.*

*I don't keep envy.. I'm rewarded.*

*I don't gamble.. I'm rewarded.*

*I keep my purity... I'm rewarded.*

*I enjoin right, forbid wrong...I'm rewarded.*

*I never give up the hope of Allah's Mercy... I'm rewarded.*

*I think deep about the wonders and creation of this universe... I'm rewarded.*

*I maintain my etiquettes... I'm rewarded.*

*I help those in need... I'm rewarded.*

*I protect orphans... I'm rewarded.*

*I don't spy or backbite... I'm rewarded.*

*I judge with justice b/w people... I'm rewarded.*

*I don't engage in bribery... I'm rewarded.*

*I lower my Voice...I'm rewarded.*

*I don't  break my promise... I'm rewarded.*

*I spend my wealth in charity.. I'm rewarded.*

*I settle disputes b/w people... I'm rewarded.*

*I don't mix truth with falsehood... I'm rewarded.*

*I forgive others for their mistakes... I'm rewarded.*

*I don't commit abuse on earth... I'm rewarded.*

*I believe in all books, prophets, angels... I'm rewarded.*

*I don't corporate in sin and aggression... I'm rewarded.*

*I treat good with animals... I'm rewarded.*

*I seek knowledge... I'm rewarded.*

*I treat non muslims in a kind and fair manner... I'm rewarded.*

*I think of doing a good deed, I’m rewarded.*

*I control my temper, I’m rewarded.*

*I hold the glass with my right hand while drinking, I’m rewarded.*

*I seek forgiveness of my Allah, I'm rewarded.*

*I repel evil by good... I'm rewarded.*

*I save myself from covetousness... I'm rewarded.*

*I don't repel a petition/begger... I'm rewarded.*

*O Allah, Thanks for rewarding me on my every single step.*

*Alhamdulillah,  Alhamdulillah,  Alhamdulillah.*

*SubhanAllah Wal hamdulillah Allahu Akbar.*
              *MAA SHA ALLAH.*
thumbup Amazing advices by the great scholar Imam Ibn al-Qayyim (rahimahullah):
December 29, 2017, 03:05:13 PM by naijatowns
This is one of the most beautiful and amazing advices by the great scholar Imam Ibn al-Qayyim (rahimahullah):

"A friend will not (literally) share your struggles, and a loved one cannot physically take away your pain, and a close one will not stay up the night on your behalf. So look after yourself, protect yourself, nurture yourself and don't give life's events more than what they are really worth. Know for certain that when you break no one will heal you except you, and when you are defeated no one will give you victory except your determination. Your ability to stand up again and carry on is your responsibility. Do not look for your self worth in the eyes of people; look for your worth from within your conscious. If your conscious is at peace then you will ascend high and if you truly know yourself then what is said about you won't harm you.

Do not carry the worries of this life because this is for Allah. And do not carry the worries of sustenance because it is from Allah. And do not carry the anxiety for the future because it is in the Hands of Allah.

Carry one thing: How to Please Allah. Because if you please Him, He Pleases you, fulfils you and enriches you.

Do not weep from a life that made your heart weep. Just say, "Oh Allah compensate me with good in this life and the hereafter."

Sadness departs with a Sajdah. Happiness comes with a sincere Du'a. Allah Does Not forget the good you do. nor Does He Forget the good you did to others and the pain you relieved them from. Nor Will He Forget the eye which was about to cry but you made it laugh.

Live your life with this principle: Be good even if you don't receive good, not because for other's sake but because Allah Loves those who do good."
xx 40 LESSONS BY HOLY PROPHET (S.A.W)​
December 10, 2017, 12:05:28 AM by abejoye
​40 LESSONS BY HOLY PROPHET (S.A.W)​

------------------------------
​01. Refrain from sleeping  between fajr and Isha, Asr and Maghrib, Maghrib and Isha.​
------------------------------
​02. Avoid sitting with smelly people. i.e (onion)​
------------------------------
​03. Do not sleep between people who talk bad before sleeping.​
------------------------------
​04. Don’t eat and drink with your left hand.​
------------------------------
​05. Don’t eat the food that is taken out from your teeth.​
------------------------------
​06. Don’t break your knuckles.​
------------------------------
​07. Check your shoes before wearing it.​
------------------------------
​08. Don’t look at the sky while in Salaat.​
------------------------------
​09. Don’t spit in the toilet.​
-----------------------------
------------------------------
​11. Sit and wear your trousers.​
------------------------------
​12. Don’t break tough things with your teeth.​
------------------------------
​13. Don’t blow on your food when it’s hot but u can fan it.​
------------------------------
​14. Don’t look for faults of others.​
------------------------------
​15. Don’t talk between iqamath and adhan.​
------------------------------
​16. Don’t speak in the toilet.​
------------------------------
​17. Don’t speak tales about your friends.​
------------------------------
​18. Don’t antagonize your friends.​
------------------------------
​19. Don’t look behind frequently while walking.​
------------------------------
​20. Don’t stamp your feet while walking.​
------------------------------
​21. Don’t be suspicious about your friends.​
------------------------------
​22. Don’t speak lies at anytime.​
------------------------------
​23. Don’t smell the food while you eat.​
------------------------------
​24. Speak clearly so others can understand.​
------------------------------
​25. Avoid travelling alone.​
------------------------------
​26. Don’t decide on your own but do consult others who know.​
------------------------------
​27. Don’t be proud of yourself.​
------------------------------
​28. Don’t be sad about your food.​
------------------------------
​29. Don’t boast.​
------------------------------
​30. Don’t chase the beggars.​
------------------------------
​31. Treat your guests well with good heart.​
------------------------------
​32. Be patient when in poverty.​
------------------------------
​33. Assist a good cause.​
------------------------------
​34. Think of your faults and repent.​
------------------------------
​35. Do good to those who do bad to you.​
------------------------------
​36. Be satisfied with what you have.​
------------------------------
​37. Don’t sleep too much - it causes  forgetfulness.​
------------------------------
​38. Repent at least 100 times a day (Istighfaar).​
------------------------------
​39. Don’t eat in darkness.​
------------------------------
​40. Don’t eat mouth-full.​
-------------------------------------------
​'Send to others to remind them'.​
-----------------------------------------*May Allah Bless You...!* ​Aameen.​
------------------------------------------
 ​Love is real.​
-------------------------------------------
​Why do we sleep in the masjid but stay awake in parties?​
-------------------------------------------
​Why is it so hard to talk to Allah but so easy to gossip?​
------------------------------------------
​Why is it so easy to ignore a Godly text message but re-send the nasty ones?​
-----------------------------------------
​Are u going to send this to ur friends or are u going to ignore it?​
------------------------------------------
​Allah said: "if u deny me in front of ur friends, i will deny u on the day of Resurection"​
------------------------------------------
​For the sake of Allah, send this to all your contact​
 ​Nothing to loose so please like and share.​
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 »
Powered by SMFBlog by CreateAForum.com