1. 08:57 9th Jul 2014

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    dawat-us-salafiyyah:

Ten Ways to Remain Firm Upon Islam
1. Seek Allah’s help for guidance and steadfastness. Allah has praised the Du’a of the scholars in the Qur’an:  “Our Lord! Let not our hearts deviate (from the truth) after You have guided us, and grant us mercy from You. Truly, You are the Bestower.” 
2. Sit with righteous people and attend circles of remembrance of Allah like Islamic lectures enthusiastically. Visit pious people. 
3. Study the lives of righteous people by reading books or listening to tapes about them. Give more emphasis on studying the biographies of the Companions of the Prophet (peace be upon him). 
4. Frequently listen to Khutbahs and lectures that soften the heart and are emotional. 
5. Observe the obligatory deeds, like performing the five daily prayers and making up the missed fasts of Ramadan, with care, due to the great good that obligatory deeds carry. 
6. Do voluntary deeds, even if they are few, that are easy and loved by the heart. Surely the most beloved deeds to Allah are the consistent ones even if they are few, as the Prophet (peace be upon him) informed us. 
7. Start memorizing the Qur’an. Recite it constantly and as much as possible. Recite what you memorized in the voluntary prayers. 
8. Remember Allah and seek His forgiveness, i.e. do Dhikr and Istighfar. Surely these are easy deeds but their benefit is immense. They increase the Iman (faith) and strengthen the heart. 
9. Stay as far away as possible from ‘the corrupter’s of the heart’, like bad friends, television, satellite channels, music, obscene magazines, etc. 
10. Repent as quickly as possible. With sincere repentance, by the will of Allah, there will be no turning back. Indeed Allah becomes very happy when His servant repents.
Source: Shaykh Abdullah Bin Jibreen, Al-Madina Magazine, Courtesy of: Saudi Gazette Issue Friday, 24 September 2010

    dawat-us-salafiyyah:

    Ten Ways to Remain Firm Upon Islam

    1. Seek Allah’s help for guidance and steadfastness. Allah has praised the Du’a of the scholars in the Qur’an:  Our Lord! Let not our hearts deviate (from the truth) after You have guided us, and grant us mercy from You. Truly, You are the Bestower.” 

    2. Sit with righteous people and attend circles of remembrance of Allah like Islamic lectures enthusiastically. Visit pious people. 

    3. Study the lives of righteous people by reading books or listening to tapes about them. Give more emphasis on studying the biographies of the Companions of the Prophet (peace be upon him). 

    4. Frequently listen to Khutbahs and lectures that soften the heart and are emotional. 

    5. Observe the obligatory deeds, like performing the five daily prayers and making up the missed fasts of Ramadan, with care, due to the great good that obligatory deeds carry. 

    6. Do voluntary deeds, even if they are few, that are easy and loved by the heart. Surely the most beloved deeds to Allah are the consistent ones even if they are few, as the Prophet (peace be upon him) informed us. 

    7. Start memorizing the Qur’an. Recite it constantly and as much as possible. Recite what you memorized in the voluntary prayers. 

    8. Remember Allah and seek His forgiveness, i.e. do Dhikr and Istighfar. Surely these are easy deeds but their benefit is immense. They increase the Iman (faith) and strengthen the heart. 

    9. Stay as far away as possible from ‘the corrupter’s of the heart’, like bad friends, television, satellite channels, music, obscene magazines, etc. 

    10. Repent as quickly as possible. With sincere repentance, by the will of Allah, there will be no turning back. Indeed Allah becomes very happy when His servant repents.

    Source: Shaykh Abdullah Bin Jibreen, Al-Madina Magazine, Courtesy of: Saudi Gazette Issue Friday, 24 September 2010

     
  2. 04:35

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    Fixing your relationship with Allah necessitates fixing your relationships with those around you. Take initiative and take the first step.
    — Nouman Ali khan (via islamicrays)
     
  3. 04:33

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    truthofislam2529:

Do they not see the birds controlled in the atmosphere of the sky? None holds them up except Allah . Indeed in that are signs for a people who believe.
Quran 16:79

    truthofislam2529:

    Do they not see the birds controlled in the atmosphere of the sky? None holds them up except Allah . Indeed in that are signs for a people who believe.

    Quran 16:79

     
  4. 04:33

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    ummsufyaaan:

    سبحان الله وبحمده سبحان الله العظيم،

    SubḥaanAllaahi Wa Biḥamdihi

    SubḥaanAllaahil ‘Adheem

    Light on the tongue, Heavy on the Scale, also loved by Allah…

     
  5. 04:33

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    You’re praying, you’re fasting,
    you read Quran, but you have a girlfriend/boyfriend?
    That shouldn’t be
    — Nouman Ali Khan (via islamicrays)
     
  6. 04:33

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    Ya Allah as you brought us joy with our Iftar, bless us with the true Joy of Your Mercy on the Day of Judgement!
    Ameen
    — (via islamicrays)
     
  7. 04:33

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    The hearts of the slaves are between the Hands of Ar Rahmaan, so there is no point in being scared to speak the truth for fear that it may lead to animosity towards you. After all, whether people love you or hate you is out of your hands.
    — Zakia Usmani (via islamicrays)
     
  8. 04:32

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    erfisperf:

    Pray when it hurts. When you are so down on your luck and you want someone to turn to. Pray when you are happy. When you finally got all that you wanted and even more. Pray when you are lost and confused. When you have no idea what’s right or wrong. Pray to fill in the spaces, the gaps. Pray constantly and fervently in search of peace of mind and stability.  

     
  9. 04:32

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    All du’as are accepted at the time when opening your fast remember to pray for those in Palestine, Gaza, Syria, burma, Iraq & for the ummah!

    (Source: 1love-1ummah)

     
  10. 04:32

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    Ketahuilah wahai thalib (penuntut) bahawa agama itu terdiri dari dua bahagian:

    Pertama : Meninggalkan maksiat

    Kedua : Mengerjakan taat

    Meninggalkan maksiat adalah lebih berat daripada mengerjakan taat kerana mengerjakan taat senang dibuat oleh setiap orang tetapi meninggalkan syahwat (maksiat) hanya dapat dilaksanakan oleh para siddiqin (orang-orang yang benar).

    Oleh itu Rasulullah SAW bersabda: Ertinya ”Orang yang berhijrah dengan sebenarnya ialah oran gyang berhijrah daripada kejahatan (meninggalkan kejahatan). Dan mujahid yang sebenarnya ialah yang memerangi hawa nafsunya.”

    — Bidayatul Hidayah (via thethoughtcupboard)