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TabarakAllah. A great reminder.
Excellent, my parents are non-muslims however my good acts are not fully accepted because they think I am just trying to save my skin from the hellfire. Therefore they see it as insincere towards them.
For the sake of allah is like shirk to them. Does anyone else have this problem?
This is a great lecture. May Allah (SWT) give a lot of ajr to Sheikh Yasir Qadhi. I played iy in front of my children and they seem to be impressed by it. Hopefully they will become a better Muslim, Insha-Allah.
And I called my mother immediately after listening to this khutba (lecture).
We are truely blessed by the presence of these great alims among us. Alhumdulillah !!!
Alhamdulillaah, these days am trying to be good and kind to my parents, really this is a good naseeya.. jazakallaahu khairan shaikh yasir Qadhi…
SOMETHING IS WRONG, I WANTED TO HEAR IT AGAIN AND IT IS NOT WORKING.
SOMEBODY PLEASE HELP.
Mashallah ,a very clear and heart warming lecture.May Allah reward you for guiding us to this very important topic in Islaam.The mentioning of Hadiths is one of the best thing in bro Qadhi’s lectures.I have sent this to all who have parents as a reminder.
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that was deep.
Every time i listen to this khutuba i cry cause i think i have done nothing for my parents especially my father cause i lost my mother may Allah reward her with the best Jannah insha Allah. And jazakalluh kairan to sheikh yasir qadir cause this khutuba is so touching,so true & real i have made sure my friends & relatives listen to it too.
lost minute of the lecture is not there? what to do?