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Wednesday, 12 February 2014

Before The Ice Melts Away II

Qur'an in its inimitable style says: "That Home of the Hereafter (i.e Paradise) We shall assign to those who rebel not against the truth with pride and oppression in the land nor cause corruption. And the good end is for those who have Taqwa (fear Allaah)." Q28 v 83 

The never fading and never changing eternal delights of Paradise are for the believing, humble servants of Allaah who do not rebel against the truth with pride and oppression in the land. Those that are not arrogant, oppressive and haughty.

"By the sky (having rain clouds) which gives rain, again and again; And the earth which splits (to bring forth plant growths). Verily, this Qur'an is the Word that separates (truth from falsehood)" Q86 v 11-13.

RasulullAllaah (may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: "It has been revealed to me that you should be humble to the extent that none of you boasts to others or mistreats others." Bukhari

Any burden dropped in this world will never be carried on the Day of Qiyamat and any burden dropped not here will surely be carried in the Hereafter. 

He who does not observe his salat while he still lives in this world will surely carry its burden when he no longer lives in this world. 

He who does not speak the truth while he still lives in this world, will surely carry the burden of the lies he speaks when he no longer lives in this world. 

He who does not please his parents (in what Allaah has ordained) while he still walks the face of earth, will surely carry its burdens when he's buried beneath the sod. 

He who does not drop the burden of adultery and fornication through sincere repentance while he still breaths will surely carry its burden when he no longer breaths.

He who does not abstain from gossip and backbiting in this world will surely carry its burden in the Hereafter where the currenccy will be good deeds. 

He who does not follow the authentic Sunnah of RasuluAllaah (may the peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) while he still has the opportunity to, will bear its bitter consequences when he dies.

Allaah knows what is hidden and what is apparent. Strive to strike a balance between your hidden life and your apparent reality because to Allaah, everything is apparent. 

The pinnacle of generosity and justice is that we get recompensed for what we do in relation to our intentions. Brothers and sisters in Islam, and even fellow potential Muslims! The reward of Allaah is better than the good deeds of His servants.

There's nothing like PERMANENCE in this world, the reality of this word will come into existence after Allaah has passed His Final Judgement.

May Allaah inspire us with the truth, may Allaah forgive our hidden and apparent sins and mistakes, may Allaah forgive our parents and scholars.

We call upon Allaah though the agency of His Most Beautiful Names and Attributes to increase our love for our fellow Muslims and to purify our hearts.