Hadith of the Day: The Character of ISLAM is MODESTY

Hadith of the Day: The Prophet Muhammad ﷺ Said Every Deen Has innate Character. The Character of ISLAM is MODESTY (Haya) – Abu Dawood

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The Character of ISLAM is MODESTY (Haya) – Abu Dawood

This is Allah Who Created all Creation

Hadith This is Allah Who Created all Creation:

Anas bin Malik (May Allah, The Exalted, be pleased with him) narrated the Prophet Muhammad Sallalaahu Alaihi Wasallam Said: “Allah , the Mighty and the Majestic, said: ‘Verily your people (Ummah) would constantly say about this and that until they would say: Well, it is Allah who created the Creations (makhlooq), but who created Allah? ’” [Sahih Muslim: Ktab Al-Imaan]

Hadith I am alone the Changer of Time

Hadith I am alone the Changer of Time

Abu Hurayrah (May Allah, the Exalted, be pleased with him) narrated that Prophet Muhammad (Peace and Blessings be upon him) said: “Allah , the Mighty and the Majestic, said: ‘Man hurts Me; he abuses time through I alone am the Changer of Time. All things are under My Control and I cause the rotation of day and night.’” [Sahih Bukhari: Kitab al-Tafseer]

Hadith: Bring out of Hell whoever remembered Me even if for a Day

Hadith-e Qudsi : Bring out of Hell whoever remembered Me even if for a Day

Anas bin Malik (May Allah, The Exalted, be pleased with him) narrated the Prophet Muhammad Sallalaahu Alaihi Wasallam Said: “Allah Will say: ‘Bring out of Hell every person who has remembered Me even if for a day and the one who feared Me in any Place.’” [Jami’al-Tirmizi, Kitab Sifat al Jahannam]

Hadith of the Day: Good character melts away sin just as the sun melts ice

The Beautiful Hadith of Rasoolullah ﷺ 

“Good character melts away sin just as the sun melts ice.” – Prophet Muhammad ﷺ

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Hadith Qudsi: Man gets only that which is written in destiny

Hadith Qudsi: Man gets only that which is written in destiny
Abu Hurayrah (May Allah, the Exalted, be pleased with him) narrated that Prophet Muhammad (Peace and Blessings be upon him) said: “Man cannot get that thing under a vow 9nazar) which is not in his destiny. But, under vow, one only gets those things which have destined for him, Allah Makes a miser spend allof his wealth through a vow which he was not used to spending before making a vow.” [Sahih Bukhari: Kitab al-Ayman Wan Nazar]

Hadith Qudsi: I am Free from all kinds of Partners

Hadith Qudsi: I am Free from all kinds of Partners

Abu Hurayrah (May Allah, the Exalted, be pleased with him) narrated that Prophet Muhammad (Peace and Blessings be upon him) said: “Allah, the Blessed and Exalted, said: ‘I am free from all kinds of partners. The one who associates anyone with Me in his deeds, I shall abandon him with the one whom he associates with me.” [Sahih Muslim: Ktab Al-Zuhd Wal Raqaa’iq]

Hadith Qudsi: Pride is My Mantle

Hadith Qudsi: Pride is My Mantle

Abu Hurayrah (May Allah, the Exalted, be pleased with him) narrated that Prophet Muhammad (Peace and Blessings be upon him) said: “Allah, the Mighty and the Majestic, said: ‘Pride is my mantle (Cloak) and majesty is My garment. I shall throw the one who vies with Me with any of these into Hell” [Sunan Abu Dawood: Kitab al Libaas]

Companions in the Grave

Companions in the Grave
Said Yazid al-Ruqashi ‘I have heard it said that when the deceased is set in his tomb his works amass around him and are given to speak by Allah, so that they say, “O bondsman, alone in his pit! Your family and friends are now separated from you, so that today we are your sole companions.”
(Ihya’ of al-Ghazali)

The Excellence of Intention

The Excellence of Intention:
Umar bin al-Khattab Radiallahu anhu said: “The best acts are doing what Allah has commanded, staying for away from what Allah has forbidden, and having sincere intention towards what-ever Allah has required of us.” (Tahdhib ul-Asma)

Some of our predecessors said: “Many small actions are made great by the intentions behind them. Many great actions, on the other hand, are made small because the intentions behind them are lacking.”

Yahya bin Abi Kathir said: “Learn about intentions, for their importance is greater than the importance of actions.”

Ibn ‘Umar once heard a man who was putting on his ihran say: “Allah! I intend to do Hajj and ‘Ummrah.” So he said to him: “is it not in fact the people whom you are informing of your intention? Does not Allah already know what is in your hear?” (Jami’ul-‘Ulum)

It is because good intentions are exclusively the concern of the heart, that they should not be voiced during worship.