A Lecture on Steadfastness for Truth
The saying goes “Life is full of hurdles,” and the truth of the matter is that being a Muslim has never been easy. For the one who has no faith, this saying may provide a pessimistic view of the world. But for the believer, it is no foreign concept. Challenging situations have been foretold to test belief in the certainty of the truth. In light of this, the speaker gives an exemplary figure, the Great Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal, who persevered through physical persecution ensuring the truth remained upheld when challenged by the ruler of his time.
Mufti Abdur-Rahman ibn Yusuf covers the topic of the importance of the night of the 15th Sha’ban along with step to take on how to get your du’as accepted. This talk was delivered on the night of the 15th Sha’ban at the Tooting Islamic Centre in May 2016.
Shaykh Abdur Rahman covers the virtues of fasting on Ashura and the many virtues which have been allocated for this month. He also speaks on the common trend which has been growing in the last few years of celebrating the new year and misconceptions of actions to be performed on the day of Ashura.
Ayat Al-Kursi, or the “verse of the Throne” is a famous and important verse of the Quran. It can be found at Surah/Chapter 2, verse 255. The name, Ayat Al-Kursi, means “the verse of the Throne,” based on Allah’s Throne (dominion) which is described in the latter part of the verse.
A much needed talk, pertinent not just to the ordinary Muslim but to group elders too. The first part is almost like a diagnosis for deviant sects; which shows how their adopted theme of revival becomes the prism within which the entire deen is viewed and shaped and how the natural balance within deen is lost. The verse وأقيم الوزن (And establish weight in justice) comes to mind.
In this lecture Mufti Abdur Rahman shares some advice on the Secrets of Ramadanic Success. And how one should spend their time wisely and to ask for barakah in the months of Rajab and Shaban to finish off any ongoing projects to help to take full benefit of the blessed month of Ramadhan.
Do you want the reward for help sharing Islamic knowledge to 500 people a day for the rest of your life and even when you pass away?
Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, narrated that the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said:
"When a person dies, his deeds are cut off except for three: Continuing charity, knowledge that others benefited from, and a righteous son who supplicates for him."
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