Al-Qirthas Sharah Ratib al-Atthas

This is the syarah of Al-Imam Al’allaamah Alhabib ‘Ali bin Hasan bin Abdullah bin Hussein bin Umar Al-attas Ash-shafi’i Alhadhrami who was born and died in Masyad – Bahrain in the year 1172 AH – (1795 AD) the owner of happy boons, favorable conclusions and observers: The most sublime Asma ‘Allah and the overview of the history of the Elders of Mankind and the council of poetry named “

 

He has written with a very sharp pen about “RAATIB AL-IMAM AL-AARIF BILLAH” Asshaik Owner of the Exemplary Umar bin Abdurrahman bin Agil bin Salim bin Abdullah bin Abdurrahman Asseggaf Baa’Alawi Alhadhrami (may Allah make us happy with him) named :

 

It is recommended to be recited after ‘Isha prayer every night and on Ramadan nights before ‘Isha and every morning and evening for those who are eager to attain virtue. This raatib, as stated in the syarah, consists of 17 (seventeen) dhikr, namely :

 

  1. (The first one): ,

 

(I seek refuge in Allah, the All-Hearing, the All-Knowing, from the temptation of the accursed shaytaan). (3 X)

 

  1. (The second one):

 

(I seek refuge in the perfect word of Allah (the Qur’an) from the evil of all His creatures). (3x)

 

  1. (The third one)

 

(In the Name of Allah, with Whose Name nothing on earth or in the heavens is harmed, and He is All-Hearing, All-Knowing). ( 3x)

 

  1. (The fourth):

 

(In the Name of Allah, the Most Compassionate, the Most Merciful, and there is no power or strength except with the help of Allah, the Most High, the Most Great). (10x )

 

  1. (The fifth):

 

 (By invoking the Name of Allah, the Most Compassionate, the Most Merciful). (3x)

 

  1. (The sixth):

 

(By mentioning the Name of Allah, we seek refuge in Allah by mentioning the Name of Allah, we put our trust in Allah).( 3x)

 

  1. (The seventh):

 

(In the Name of Allah, we believe in Allah and whoever believes in Allah, there is no fear in him). (3x)

 

  1. (The eighth):

 

(Glory be to Allah, Glory be to Allah, Glory be to Allah, Glory be to Allah). (3x)

 

  1. (The ninth):

 

(Glory be to Allah and all praise be to Him, Glory be to Allah, the Great). (3x)

 

  1. (The tenth):

 

(Glory be to Allah and all praise be to Allah, and there is no god but Allah and Allah is the Greatest). (41x )

 

  1. (The eleventh):

 

(O Allah, the Most Merciful to His creatures, O Allah, the Most Knowledgeable of His creatures, O Allah, the Most Supervising of His creatures, have mercy on us, O the Most Merciful, the Most Knowledgeable, and the Most Supervising). (3x) .

 

  1. (The twelfth):

 

(O Allah, the endlessly merciful, have mercy on us in all that You have ordained, surely You are the endlessly merciful. Therefore, have mercy on us and all Muslims). (3x)

 

  1. (The thirteenth):

 

 (There is no god but Allah). (100 x or 70x or 40x and after enough number you say :

 

(Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah S.W.T.. (1x)

 

  1. (The fourteenth):

 

(Allah is for us the best of protectors). (7x)

 

  1. (The fifteenth):

 

(O Allah, grant mercy to Muhammad. O Allah, grant him mercy and well-being). (11x)

 

16: (The sixteenth) :

 

(I seek forgiveness from Allah) (1x). , then say:

 

(we all repent to Allah). (1x)

 

  1. (The seventeenth):

 

(O Allah, by your grace we ask to be granted husnul khatimnah). (3x).

 

It has been explained by Al’allaamah Ash-shaykh ‘Ali ibn Abdillah Baaros with a shufic explanation that includes conclusions based on hagigat and kchalusan that will not be known except by those who have subtle spiritual feelings. Then it was explained by Al-Imam the translator with a lengthy explanation and collected what was scattered and collected all the benefits that were contained in the holy verses of the Qur’an, the hadiths of the Prophet Muhammad, the sayings of the Companions r.a., and the sayings of the scholars and Imams of the salaf, which are much needed by those who seek the knowledge of the Shari’ah and hagigat. The book is named “ALQIRTHAAS” which is designated as a place to discuss what the first reciter has said in full. It was then followed by a proper commentary named “the expansion of tashawwuf” and “shari’ah”.

 

May Allah, the Almighty, reward you for your knowledge and expertise.

 

I only wrote 2 (two) juz:

 

The first: with the title  

 

which covers the syarah of the Raatib from the beginning to the seventh duas.

 

The second: with the title

 

which covers the syarah of the Raatib from the eighth (eighth) to the last dhikr, and has been numbered by the writings of Assayyid Salim bin Muhammad bin Abdullah bin Muhsin bin Salim bin Abibakar bin Husen bin Abibakar bin Salirn bin Umar Al-attas.

 

Book I (first) was completed on the night of Saturday, the last day of the month of Ramadan in 1359 AH. 1359 AH and Kitab II (second) was completed at the beginning of Dhulqo’idah 1359 AH in East Java.

 

The text contains errors which we have corrected to the best of our ability and added translations for discussion. We ask Allah to grant rewards to the shahibur-raatib and his shari’ah, and to those who pay attention to knowledge and charity with them, and to those who try to spread them to all people.

 

Verily, Allah Ta’ala is the best of supplicants and the Most Generous of the Generous.

 

Said the humble servant of Allah, Ali ibn Hasan ibn Abdullah ibn Husen Ibn Umar Al’attas:

 

(I seek refuge in God, the King of mankind, the Lord of mankind from the evil of the doubters who retreat, who whisper evil in the hearts of mankind, consisting of jinns and humans).

 

Praise be to Allah, the Exalted, who keeps us away from empty imaginations and from His association with the five senses, and is free from images and approximations, and is Exalted from the scope of the six winds.

 

We praise and thank Him for His great blessings and we send blessings and salaams to His Messenger Muhammad, his family and companions who are purified from impurities and impurities, with blessings and salaams that last forever as much as what weakens those who live luxuriously and arrogantly.

 

This is the “second half” of our book called “ALOIRTHAAS”, where we explain the great benefits, the great dhikr, the rituals that do not require the help of armies and guards, the benefits of the Asmaa’ulhusnaa that have the highest status, with which you will obtain whatever you want that can relieve fatigue and fear.

 

It is explained that from (the virtues of the raatib) Sayyidina wa Maulaanaa Alwaalid Umar ibn Abdurrahman ibn Agil attas is the aim of it all, God willing: “to approach the door of the Most Giving, the Most Gracious, the Most Kind, the Most Merciful, the Most Forgiving, the Most Merciful” by our devotion to this perfect Imam, although we are not experts.

 

So with good faith in the Most High, may He not disappoint those who ask for glory according to the praiseworthy Word of the Apostle in his famous hadith: (Verily a man will be gathered with those he loves) and his other Word:

 

(Whoever loves a people and is close to them will be gathered with them on the Day of Resurrection.) And the Prophet (peace be upon him) said:

 

(The strongest rope of faith is love for Allah and hate for Allah).

 

(Al-Imam Hujjatul-Islam Alghozali said: “Whoever cannot become a wali from the wali of Allah, let him love the wali of Allah and believe in them, so that he may be gathered with those he loves.” Therefore, we seek refuge in our Lord with their honor and position, may we be given love for them, may we be able to follow their path and may Allah glorify us with their honor and make us from among them. – We ask Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful, to accept our efforts and make them useful and to keep them as our savings; indeed, He is All-Powerful over all things.

 

 

 

 

 

CHAPTER ON THE BLESSINGS AND GLORY OF THIS RAATIB

 

Know, may Allah help us to achieve His pleasure, that “THIS GREAT RAATIB”, the Raatib of Sayyidina Umar Al’attas, contains secrets and nur, great benefits, and many benefits, which cannot be counted and cannot be estimated.

 

This raatib is a gift of Allah the Gracious to His servants through this great Imam who was an Outhub who achieved prominent leadership in the past, and we do not know anything attributed to Sayyidina Umar r.a. other than this raatib or something like a wirid, natsar, nadzam, treatise or essay.

 

‘ Adapaun Raatib this has been attributed to him so that the name “RAATIB AL-ATTAS”

 

(1 )Assayyid Al-Imam Isaa bin Muhammad Alhabshi has received this information from Sayyidina Umar (may Allah benefit him with this raatib), as he said: “A group of pilgrims came to Sayyidina ‘Umar complaining that they were experiencing hardship and narrowness of life,” so he ordered them to recite the Raatib. Then, after they recited the famous raatib, Allah lifted their morcka difficulties. All that, because of the blessing of the Raatib”.

 

(2)Assayyid Isa bin Muhammad Alhabshi has said that: “A trustworthy person has informed me from Shaykh Ali bin. Abdullah Baaroos student of Sayyidina Umar that he had seen in a book: “Whoever makes a habit of reciting “Raatib AP’attas” is expected to get Allah’s forgiveness for his sins”.

 

(3 ) – A trustworthy jama’ah has related from Sayyid Alwi bin Alwi bin Abdullah Ibn Musawa Baa ‘Alawi that he in his late years visited the city of Tarim. This was during the time when Sayyid Abdullah bin Alwi Alhaddad was still alive. At that time Sayyid Alwi had an illness that almost took his life. So Alhabib Abdullah Alhaddad said: “Yes Sayyid Alwi, indeed your death has come, it is no longer impossible”. Then he said: “O Sayyid Abdullah, pray to Allah that the “Almaut” be delayed until I can return to my country of “Amdun” and see my family and my children.”

 

Then Alhabib Abdullah said to him:” Repeatedly recite the words of Sayyidina Umar in his ratib:    until you arrive in your country! Then Sayyid Alwi repeated the recitation until he recovered. Then he set out from Tarim for his country of “Amdun” by continuously repeating the dhikr on his journey, until he arrived in his country. After his arrival, he lived there for two months, then he died. (May Allah have mercy on him) Ameen.

 

(4)Shaykh ‘Ali ibn ‘Abdillah Baaroos reported that this Raatib, if recited in a village, will provide security for its inhabitants from all harm. And that the Raatib is equal to the guarding of 70 horsemen of undoubted efficacy.

 

(5 ) They say that Sayyidina ‘Umar preferred to recite in secret (slowly) and was reluctant to raise his voice. That is because the benefit gained from Allah is in his subtlety. And also that which is secretive (slowly) is closer to sincerity as Allah Ta’ala said:

 

(And mention your Lord in your hearts with humility and fear, and without raising your voice, in the morning and in the evening, and do not be of the heedless). (OS. Al-a’raaf: 204)

 

And He also said:

 

(And be modest in your walk and soften your voice, Verily the worst of voices is the voice of a donkey). (OS. Lukman: 19).

 

It is best to recite this raatib, whether in congregation or individually, in a voice that is halfway between loud and soft. The important thing is that people can hear it, as Allah, may He be exalted, says (interpretation of the meaning):

 

(And do not raise your voice in prayer, nor lower it, and find a middle way between the two). (OS. Al-isra: 110) (The blessings of Raatib Al-Attas are many and cannot be copied in full).

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE CHAPTER ON GIVING PRECEDENCE TO THE FIRST SYARAH FOLLOWED BY THIS SYARAH

 

It should be noted that the great Shaykh ‘Ali ibn ‘Abdillah Baaroos, may Allah benefit us with his secrets and bless us with his trustworthiness, has prescribed this syarah of Raatib with an excellent syarah (explanation), which is very appropriate to its meaning consisting of (reality), (subtlety), (gentleness) and tharigah – the path to Divine Rabbee, but does not go into detail either about the verses, hadiths or sayings of the righteous salaf except briefly. Rather, the syarah is derived from inspiration and is explained in appropriate words, which of course cannot be understood except by the expert.

 

Similar to that are the words of the Shaykh in the opening of his Shari’ah on :  “I wait for that which comes to my heart from the abundance of love, and then I take it without any hesitation.” (You should understand the words without hesitation).

 

We will now present the words in full without leaving out any of the rulings, with the aim that this syarah, in sha Allah, will be perfect and complete, and will reach the intended target for all of us without missing anything. May Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Generous, make it easy for people to practice good deeds in order to attain complete good fortune.

 

(REQUESTS FOR PROTECTION, DHIKR, PRAYERS AND INFORMATION ABOUT HIS VIRTUES, MAJESTY, THE SPREAD OF HIS NATURE AND INFORMATION ABOUT HIS PROBLEMS).

 

INTRODUCTION

 

We present to you the Mukaddimah which consists of 5 (five) chapters, namely :

– The first chapter is about the recommendation to remember Allah and the spread of its virtues.

 

– Second Article: The benefits of prayer and how it relates to the path.

 

-: Third chapter: On the benefits of wirid and the recommendation to make it a habit,

 

– Fourth chapter: It contains seven principles of the adab of dhikr and its problems.

 

– Fifth Chapter: We explain therein the manfant “Al-Asmaa” which generates the blessing of nur, great grace and secret favor for the one who utters it.

 

Then after that, we begin with the purpose of the Bible, explaining its obligations and sunnahs that bring rewards and graces that delight the eyes of the one who reads it, hears it and monks it.

 

FIRST FASAL: THE VIRTUES OF DHIKR AND ITS RECOMMENDED PRACTICE

 

The verses related to it are as follows:

 

(O you who believe, remember Allah, as much as you can, and glorify Him in the morning and in the evening). (OS. Al-ahzaab: 41-42)

 

(Therefore, you remember Me, and I will remember you) (O.S Albagarah: 152)

 

(Those who believe and their hearts are calmed by the remembrance of Allah. Remember it is only with the remembrance of Allah that the heart is at rest). (OS. Arra’d: 28)

 

(And mention the name of your Lord in your hearts with humility and fear, and without raising your voice in the morning and evening, and do not be of the heedless). (OS. Ala’raaf: 205)

 

(Whoever turns away from remembering Me, then indeed for him is a narrow life, and We will bring him up on the Day of Resurrection blind). (OS. Thaha: 124) and there are many more verses about dhikr that we can’t possibly count, even the whole Qur’an and hadiths all attract us to dhikr to Allah SWT either verbally or with sincerity in practice or in agidah, so understand carefully the words of Allah Ta’ala:

 

So be careful and never reduce dhikr or turn away from it.

 

The hadiths of Almukhtar are as follows: The Prophet said. as narrated by Imam Malik r.a :

 

(The one who remembers Allah in the midst of the heedless is like a warrior behind those fleeing (from the enemy), and the one who remembers Allah in the midst of the heedless is like a green branch on a dry tree, and “in one narration” like a green tree in the midst of a dry tree. And the one who remembers Allah in the midst of the heedless is like a lamp in a dark house. And the one who remembers Allah in the midst of negligent people, will be shown by Allah his place in heaven while he is still alive. And the one who remembers Allah in the midst of negligent people, will have as many sins forgiven as the number of people who are faseh and ‘ajami. ,

 

(In the Oudsi hadith Allah Ta’ala says:” Those who always remember Me, they are My seatmates, and those who always thank Me, they are those to whom I give additions, and those who always obey Me, they are those to whom I give glory, and those who always disobey Me, I do not give them despair, and if they repent, then I am their lover, I love those who repent, and if they have not repented, I am their Thabib, I test them with various calamities to purify them from disgrace (dirt of sin)

 

SAW said:”‘ Allah Ta’ala says “: I am with My hamboo as long as it remembers Me and moves its lips).

 

(Mu’adz bin Jabal reported that the Messenger of Allah (S.A.W) took his hand and said:” O Mu’adz, by Allah I love you for Allah’s sake, then he said: “I advise you, O Mu’adz, never leave the center of each prayer to say :

 

(O Allah, help me to (always) remember You, be grateful to You and improve my worship of You).

 

(The Prophet (SAW) said: “Whoever obeys Allah remembers Allah even if he lacks prayer, fasting and recitation of Our’an. And whoever disobeys Allah has forgotten Allah, even though he has many prayers, many fasts and many recitations of the Qur’an).

 

(From Anas and others: “The Messenger of Allah S.A.W. said:” Whoever prays the dawn prayer (Fajr) in congregation, then sits in remembrance of Allah until the sun rises, then prays two (2) raka’ats (Dhuha), then he will be rewarded like the reward of Hajj and Umrah, perfect, perfect, perfect). (Atturmudzi said: Hasan Hadith)

 

(And Alghazali r.a narrated that everyone will come out of the world thirsty except the one who (always) remembers Allah).

 

(Mu’adz bin Jabal r.a. reported: “The inhabitants of the paradise do not feel more regret than the moment missed without the remembrance of Allah Ta’ala).

 

(THE VIRTUES OF THE MAJLIS DZIKIR ARE AS FOLLOWS: )

 

(SAW) said: “There is no community (jama’ah) that gathers in a gathering while remembering Allah Ta’ala, except that they will be surrounded by angels, will be overwhelmed with mercy, and they will be mentioned by Allah to (the angels) who are beside Him).

 

(And he also said: “There is no community that gathers in remembrance of Allah, and in that remembrance they seek only His pleasure, then there will be a caller from the heavens:” “You will be forgiven your sins, and your wrongs will be replaced with good deeds”.)

 

(Al-Imam Muhammad Albaagir ibn al-Imam Ali Zainal-Abidin r.a. said that the fire of lightning will strike both the mu’min and the disbeliever, except the one who is remembering Allah. There is nothing that Allah loves more than what His servant asks for, and there is nothing that can reject the ghada except prayer:

 

(From Abi Hurairah r.a that he had entered a market, and he said (to the people in the market): “Why do I see you here, while the inheritance of the Messenger of Allah SAW. (was) being distributed in the mosque. So they went to the mosque, leaving the busy marketplace, but they did not see any inheritance being distributed. They said: “O Abu Hurairah, we did not find any inheritance”. Abu Hurairah, said: What did you see? “They said: We saw a group of people who were remembering Allah, and another group who were reading the Qur’an. Abu Hurairah said: “That is the legacy of the Messenger of Allah (SAW)”.

 

And in another hadith issued by Imam Abu Dawud r.a that the Messenger of Allah s.a.w has said to Umar:

 

(Would you like me to tell you about the best of a man’s treasures? (is) a virtuous wife, when he (the husband) sees her, she pleases him, and when he commands her, she obeys him, and when he is not at home, she maintains her honor).

 

(From Anas r.a he has said: “The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said:” For me to sit with a people who remember Allah Ta’ala from dawn prayer until sunrise is more pleasing (afdhal) than freeing 4 (four) people (slaves) from the descendants of Ismulil. And for me to sit with a people who remember Allah from the ‘Asr prayer until the sun sets, is more pleasing to me than freeing four slaves. (Narrated by Abu Dawud)

 

 

(DHIKR IN THE HEART AND DHIKR WITH THE TONGUE)

 

Alqoodhii ‘Iyaadh said: “There are two kinds of dhikr of Allah: dhikr of the heart and dhikr of the tongue. There are two kinds of dhikr: one of them is the highest and most sublime form of dhikr: thinking about the majesty of Allah, His greatness, His kingdom, the signs of His power, His heavens and His earth.

 

The above is corroborated by the hadith:

 

(The best dhikr is that which is hidden). The second (Jun) is the remembrance of Allah SWT. in the heart regarding His commands and prohibitions. therefore, you should obey what is commanded and avoid what is prohibited. As for oral dhikr, it is the weakest dhikr, but it still has great virtues as explained by several hadiths. Then Alyoodhii said: “In the dhikr of Ibn Jarir al-Thobari and others, there is a difference between the dhikr of the salaf concerning the dhikr of the heart and the dhikr of the tongue, which one is better.

 

Algodhii said: “The difference, according to me, is that dhikr in the heart only takes the form of tasbih, tahlil and so on.

 

“In this case, their words indicate that there is a difference regarding the hidden dhikr. ( ) as explained earlier. This cannot be compared with the verbal dhikr, so how can it be more valid?

 

Indeed, the difference between dhikr in the heart with tasbih and so on, and what is meant by oral dhikr, is that it must be with the presence of the heart (khushu?).

 

And if the heart is negligent, then there is no meaning to the dhikr with the tongue. There are those who say that the one who remembers in his heart is better, because his hidden deeds are better, and there are those who say that oral remembrance is better, because his deeds involve more use of the tongue. And that will bring additional rewards.

 

Then Algoodhii said: “They differed as to whether the angels would record the dhikr in the heart. There are those who say that the remembrance will be recorded and there will be signs for them that they themselves will know.

 

And there are those who say that the dhikr in the heart is not recorded, because no one knows it except Allah, may He be exalted. Then Shaykhuna Annawawi said: “The correct view is that the angels record it, and that dhikr with the tongue in the presence of the heart is better than the heart itself.” Wallahu a’alm.

 

And has said Al-Imam Abulgaasim Abdul Karim bin Hawaazin Algusyairi in his famous treatise: “Know that dhikr is a strong pillar of support on the path of truth, Glory be to Allah, rather it is a place to hold on to in this Tariqah, and no one can reach Allah, except by practicing dhikr.

 

He said: “There are two kinds of dhikr: verbal dhikr and mental dhikr. Verbal dhikr will lead a person to diligent dhikr of the heart. So if a servant remembers with his tongue and heart, then that is the perfect nature and things of his suluk (journey towards Allah SWT).

 

Then he narrated from his shaikh Abi ‘Ali that he said: “Dhikr is widespread, so whoever is guided to dhikr is guided.” Dhikr is a widespread area, so whoever is guided to dhikr is guided. And whoever is deprived of the desire to do dhikr is deprived of it.”

 

Some of them said: “When Allah appoints a slave as His wali, the door of dhikr will be opened to him, and when he has tasted the delicacy of dhikr, the door of closeness to Allah will be opened to him. … he will be raised to a place of pleasure with Allah, then he will be seated on the chair of monotheism, then a veil will be lifted from him, then he will be put into the room of closeness and revealed to him the greatness and majesty of Allah SWT. And if his eyes fall on the greatness and majesty, he will come out of his personal feelings and elements (as a person), then at that time he will gain a level of knowledge about Allah SWT, then he will no longer learn from creatures, but will be educated by Allah SWT. namely by lifting the veil from his heart so that he will hear what has never been heard and will also understand what has never been understood.

 

(Abi Musa r.a. reported that the Prophet (s.a.w) said: “The example of a house where there is remembrance of Allah and a house where there is no remembrance is like that of a living person and a dead person.” (Reported by Shaikhan)

 

 

(DHIKR IS NOT TIMED AND IS NOT BOUND BY CIRCUMSTANCES).

 

Al-ustadz Abul-Qosim said in his treatise: “One of the features of dhikr is that it is not timed; rather, the servant is commanded to remember Allah at all times, whether it is an obligatory dhikr or a voluntary dhikr.

 

(Those who remember Allah while standing or sitting or lying down). (OS. Ali Imran: 191)

 

(Al-Iman Ibn Furk (may Allah be pleased with him) said: LL That is to place dhikr in its proper position, and the meaning of :

 

 It is the acknowledgment of the dhikr (not being in vain). Algusyairi said: “One of the privileges of dhikr is that the reward is given to the one who makes dhikr”.

 

Allah’s Word:

 

(Therefore, remember Me, and I will remember you). (OS. Albagarah: 152)

 

According to the hadith, Jibril a.s. said to the Prophet Muhammad: “Verily Allah Ta’ala has said :

 

(I have given to your Ummah (O Muhammad) that which I have not given to other Ummahs). He said:” What is it, O Gabriel?

 

Jibril a.s said: The words of Allah Ta’ala : .

 

(Remember you Me and I will remember you).

 

(RECITING THE QUR’AN IS THE MOST IMPORTANT DHIKR)

 

Al-Imam Annawawi said: “Know that the Madhhab of Almukhtar, which is believed by the scholars, reciting the Qur’an is better than tasbih, tahlil, and other dhikr.” He said: “The evidence for this is clear in the Attibyaan,” which reads: “Know that the recitation of the Qur’an is the most important dhikr, and I am as certain as I can be of that. Therefore, everyone should make a habit of reciting the Qur’an, and let no time pass, day or night, without being filled with the recitation of the Qur’an. And let the recitation of the Qur’an begin with the short surahs. He said: “We have narrated in Ibnussunny from Anas that the Messenger of Allah (s.a.w) said:

 

(Whoever recites 50 verses of schari a night is not considered to be a negligent person).

 

(From Ibn Mas’ud r.a he has said: “I heard the Messenger of Allah (SAW) say: ” Whoever reads one letter from the Book of Allah (Alqur’an) will be given one virtue, and that virtue is multiplied 10x. I did not say it was one letter, but I said: ( ) is one letter, ( ) is one letter and ( ) is one letter.

 

(Al Imam Ali r.a said: “Whoever recites the Qur’an standing during prayer will receive 100 virtues for each letter, and whoever recites it sitting during prayer will receive 50 virtues for each letter, and whoever recites it outside of prayer with ablution will receive 25 virtues for each letter, and whoever recites it without ablution will receive 10 virtues for each letter”.)

 

(The Prophet (SAW) said:” Those who pursue the Qur’an, they are the family (of those whom Allah loves and privileges).

 

(SAW said: “Whoever places the Qur’an in front of him (makes it his guide), it will lead him to heaven. And whoever puts the Qur’an behind his back (ignores it), it will accompany him to hell). (Alhadist)

 

(And the Prophet (SAW) said: “Whoever listens to one verse of the Book of Allah (the Qur’an) will be rewarded with a double virtue. . And whoever recites it, he will be given nur (light) on the Day of Resurrection).

 

(And also said: “The best of the worship of my Ummah is reading the Qur’an”.)

 

(THIS RAATIB INCLUDES ALL FORMS OF DHIKR)

 

(If you say): “Confirm for me all the forms of dhikr that bring these virtues and great benefits both in the present and in the future. (I say): “Know that all dhikr is covered and encompassed in the “GREAT RAATIB OF HIS BLESSINGS” which is the RAATIB of SAYYIDINA UMAR, the savior from all calamities and disasters. Indeed he did not skip / leave out any of the dhikr, rather all of them have been included in the raatib as we both know.

 

(So if you say):” Why did Sayyidina Umar choose to recite this Raatib three times, three times?”

 

(THE REASON FOR MAKING THE NUMBER OF RECITATIONS OF THE RAATIB “THREE TIMES”)

 

(I said): “As described in the saheeh hadith of Ibn Mas’ud r.a. who said:

 

(It is that the Messenger of Allah (s.a.w) favored praying three times and making Istighfar three times). (Reported by Abu Dawud)

 

(Hudhayfah r.a. reported that when the Messenger of Allah (S.A.W.) would go to sleep, he would place his right hand under his cheek and then say :

 

(“O Allah, protect me from Your punishment, on the day You resurrect Your servants.” He said this three times (narrated by Abu Dawud).

 

(From Abdullah bin Umar r.a. he has said: “It was the Messenger of Allah (SAW) when he was on the back of his camel, when he went out for a journey, he said three times then said :

 

(Glory be to God who has subjected all this for us when we were not able to master it, and indeed we will return to our Lord). (OS. Azzukhruf : 13-14) (Therefore, understand the secret of the 3x multiplication in most of the recitations of this raatib). (So if you say:) “Are the recitations of all the dhikr described in this Raatib from the Messenger of Allah (S.A.W.) or from the efforts of Sayyidina Umar?” (I say): “In fact, all of them are as described in the Raatib.” In fact, all of them are in accordance with what is stated in the saheeh and reliable hadiths, as the hadith scholars know, and as you will find out in the titles of this syarah, openly, in sha Allah Ta’ala.

 

(And also that Sayyidina Umar was one of those to whom his grandfather the Messenger of Allah (SAW) spoke orally in a state of consciousness (not a dream), even though he did not do anything or leave it except at his command, because he was in his position as the heir and representative of his grandfather. We have already mentioned at the beginning of the book the “Fasal hikayat” that we have narrated about Sayyidina ‘Umar, which is the same as what Ash-Shaikh Abul ‘Abbas Almursy narrated from Ash-Shaikh Ibn ‘Athaa’ about him: That he said: “If the Messenger of Allah (SAW) is obstructed from my sight even for the blink of an eye, I do not consider myself from the Muslims anymore. In fact, Sayyidina ‘Umar A| Attas added: “How can he be blocked from our sight, when he is the reality of our being”. (because everything that exists in this world, was created by Allah Ta’ala from his Nur). Insha Allah, more will be said about dhikr.

 

(THE VIRTUE OF SALAWAT UPON PROPHET MUHAMMAD S.A.W)

 

and as the final commentary of Shaykh Abdul Walab bin Alumad Asysya’roni . Author

 

He explained that between the wali and the person who received (knowledge) directly from the Messenger of Allah (SAW) in a state of consciousness (awakening), hearing his voice verbally from his grave with his answer, there are 247,999 magoom (levels). Then he said: “Whoever claims to have reached this level, he may speak to us about these levels, and if he does not know it. then we consider him to be lying.

 

Asysya’ roni has also quoted from Asysyaikh Ahmad Azzawawi who said: “Our tariqah is to multiply salawat on the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) until he is pleased to sit with us while we are awake and we become friends with him as he was with the Companions so that we can ask him about our religious affairs and hadith. hadith that are considered weak by the memorizers of hadith among us.

 

We always practice what he said in the hadith. And if there is something that we have not accepted, we will not reduce our salawat for him.

 

Asysya’roni also said: “That Asshaikh Abu Abbas Almursi used to pray the five daily prayers behind the Messenger of Allah (pbuh), Likewise he has said that his younger brother named : Afdhaluddin (rahimahullah) said: “Verily he heard the specialty of Sayyidi Umar bin Abdurrahman Al’ Attas (may we benefit from him) had said : “It is not proper for a wali from the Ummah of Muhammad unless he has been able to commune with the Messenger of Allah (s.a.w.) and Alkhaidir and Ilyas a.s. Trustworthy people have confirmed this, and have not denied the possibility of the wali being blocked from communicating with the Messenger of Allah (s.a.w.).

 

Malik bin Diinar has said: “Whoever does not accompany

 

‘ sat the Messenger of Allah (SAW), Abubakar and Umar, so it was in vain. Someone said to him: “How did that happen?”, Ja said: “Let him study the Qur’an with tadabbur (understanding of its meaning). He pays attention to the actions of the Messenger of Allah, his Companions and their sayings. Whoever does this is conversing with Allah and His Messenger (peace and blessings be upon him) and with his Companions.

 

Therefore, understand and make a habit of conversing with Allah and His Messenger, you will surely be fortunate.

 

(OTHER BENEFITS)

 

Ash-Shaikh Dawud Ash-Shadzili said in his book on ” ” compiled by Ash-Shaikh Abilhasan Ash-Shadzili (may Allah benefit us with both): “Know that Allah, the Almighty, has compelled all creatures to obey Him and prevented them from disobeying Him. Allah says:

 

(O you who are bcriman, fear Allah with true tagwa). (OS. Al-Imran: 102) It has been explained in the tafsir, let Him (Allah) be obeyed and not disobeyed, let Him be remembered and not forgotten, let Him be thanked and not disbelieved in according to the words of Allah Ta’ala:

 

(On the Day when every man will have all his good deeds brought before him as well as the evil he has done, he will wish that there had been a long time between him and that Day). (OS. Ali Imran: 30)

 

and His words as well:

 

(We will set up the exact scales on the Day of Resurrection – so that no one will be harmed in the least. And if (the deed) is even the weight of a mustard seed, We will surely bring (its reward). And We are sufficient as a reckoner). (OS. Al-Anbiya: 47)

 

Then he said that in the aforementioned words, there is the strongest evidence that Allah SWT. has compelled us to get out of every sin that He has forbidden, and to do the acts of obedience that He has commanded, and the Bible (Qur’an) and hadith are full of them.

 

(COVER)

 

We end this fusal by pointing to a drop of water from the sea of famous couterries that have many benefits, and in which there are several advantages.   Al-Imam Alghozali has said in his book “Know that it has been revealed to those who have “insight” that dhikr is the most important deed. But dhikr itself has 3 (three) layers of skin according to the state of the person who makes dhikr and the sincerity of his death and the cleanliness of his heart or otherwise.

 

As for the form of dhikr itself, it is one, but the difference between one and the other is the particulars of the person doing dhikr, namely that some of them are closer to the content (called LJ).

 

They get the content under the skins, and that they prioritize the skins, because the skins themselves are the means to get the content or what is called ( )it. So the topmost skin (the first) is dhikr with the tongue alone.

 

The second: is dhikr in the heart ( ). If the heart itself needs supervision ( ) so that the heart can be present because of that dhikr. And if the dhikr is abandoned as is his habit, then the heart will drift into the chaotic valleys of the mind.

 

The third is dhikr in the heart, which allows the heart to control itself so that it no longer needs to be restrained from things that can divert dhikr to other things, as is necessary in the second, to a compulsion to keep dhikr steady. .

 

The fourth: is cleanliness, namely the stability of the Deen remembered ( ) in the heart, then the dhikr will rule over the heart itself and the dhikr disappears by itself, there is only the Deen that is remembered, namely Allah SWT.

 

That is what is called the cleanliness of the heart that is aimed at ( ), which is when the heart does not turn away from dhikr itself but is completely immersed in dhikr of the Deen that is remembered.

 

(Abdullah ibn Almubaarok said: “Whoever ends his day with the remembrance of Allah, it is as if he remembers Him all day long.”)

 

(FAIDAH)

 

Some scholars have said: “Know that the scholars differed in opinion about the man when he enters a group of people who remember, both men and women, as implied by the words of Allah SWT :

 

(Men and women who mention Allah a lot) (OS. Al-Ahzaab: 35) Then he said: “Alwaahidi Alwaluudi said, Ibn ‘Abbas said: “What is meant is those who remember Allah after prayer, both in the morning and in the evening, when lying down and getting up, when going out and coming back, always remembering Allah. Mujahid said:

 

 (There is nothing among them except the remembrance of Allah whether standing, sitting or lying down).

 

Athaa’ said: “Whoever prays the five daily prayers in accordance with their requirements is one of them (those who remember Allah).” Then he said: ” And this is what was narrated by Alwaahidi and explained in the hadith of Abi Sa’id Alkhudri, who said: “The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “If a man wakes up his wife and prays, or if he prays two rak’ahs together, they will be counted among those who remember Allaah.

 

(ANOTHER RULE)

 

We point out the hadith that he quoted from the great scholars, that it is indeed a great and noble hadith, and it is appropriate for every Muslim to memorize it because of its general benefit, which is needed by all creatures.

 

And the meaning of dhikr is salvation from the enemy. He said that the hadith is saheeh and has been narrated by al-Hafizh Abu Musa Almadiini in his “Book of Attarghiib” on the virtues of salvation and “Attarhiib” on the virtues of low character. ‘

 

He has based his entire book on that (Attarghiib da Attarhiib) and made it a commentary on it. He said: “This hadith is hasan saheeh, narrated from Sa’id Almusaayyib and ‘Umar ibn Dhair and ‘Ali ibn Zaid ibn Jud’aan and Hilal ibn Jabalah, and it is the hadith of Sa’id Almusaayyib from ‘Abdur Rahman ibn Samuroh ibn Jundub, who said:”

 

(The Messenger of Allah (SAW) came to us, while we were in the Shuffah in Medina, then he stood before us and said: “I was astonished last night I saw (in a dream) a man of my Ummah who was visited by the Angel of Death to take his soul, then came his devotion to his mother, so he rejected the Angel of Death, and I saw a man of my Ummah who was shown the torment of the grave, then came to him his ablution and saved him from the torment.

 

I saw a man from my Ummah, terrified of the tormenting angels, come to his prayer laly saved him from their hands.

 

I saw a man from my Ummah thirsty, and when he came to my door, he was driven away and forbidden (to drink), so the fast of Ramadan came to him, and he was given a drink until his thirst was quenched.

 

I saw a man from my Ummah, and I also saw the Prophets in a group, and every time he approached from the group, he was driven away, so he came to his junub bath and was led in and sat beside me.

 

And I saw a man from my Ummah who was in darkness from the face, from the right side, from the left side and from above, in confusion, then came to him his Hajj and Umrah, ja stone was removed (from the darkness) and he was put into nur / light.

 

And I saw a man from my Ummah who would talk to the mu’minin but they would not answer him, so his friendship came to him and he said: “O Muslims, (know that) this man has a lot of friendship”. Then he will speak to him and they will shake hands.

 

And I saw a man from my Ummah in a state of fear from the Angel of Zabaniah, then came to him commanding the right and forbidding the wrong, then he was saved and included in the Angels of Mercy.

 

And I saw a man of my Ummah who was squatting on his knees, and there was a veil between him and Allah, the Almighty, and good manners came to him, and he was guided by them and brought before Allah, the Almighty. And I saw a man from my Ummah whose record of deeds had disappeared from the left side, so fear of Allah Almighty came to him, so he took his record of deeds and placed it on his right side.

 

And I saw a man of my Ummah who was light in weight, then came to him patience for the death of his children when they were small, then became heavy in weight.

 

And I saw a man of my Ummah standing at the edge of Hellfire, and there came to him the hope of Allah, and he was saved, and it passed away.

 

And I saw a man from my Ummah fall into the Fire, and his tears came to him as he wept out of fear of Allah, the Almighty, and he was saved from it.

 

And I saw a man from my Ummah who was trembling like the trembling of a palm frond when a strong wind blows it away, so he turned to Allah, the Exalted, and his trembling calmed down. 0

 

And I saw a man of my Ummah crawling on a platform (shiroot) sometimes crawling and sometimes hanging (on the platform), then came to him his salutation to me, then (by the salutation) he was established on his feet and saved.

 

And I saw a man from my Ummah come before the doors of Paradise, but they were closed, so he made his creed: “There is no god but Allah”, and the doors of Paradise were opened, and he was admitted to Paradise.)

 

 

 

SECOND FASAL: ABOUT PRAYER, ITS RULINGS, VIRTUES, DIVISIONS, AND WHAT IS RELATED TO PRAYER.

 

Allah’s Word:

 

(and ask Allah for some of His bounty) (OS. Annisaa: 32)

 

(And when My servant asks you about Me, then (answer) that I am near, I grant the supplicant’s request when he asks Me, so let them fulfill (all) My commands and let them believe in Me, so that they may always be in the truth). (OS. Al bagarah: 186).

 

Al Imam Albaqawai said:

 

(Granting from Allah means a gift, while from the slave means obedience) and some said:

 

(Let them fulfill all My commands, meaning let them ask Me to be granted, the essence is, let them obey Me) Then he said: ” (If anyone says): in the form of Gemu: (I fulfill the prayers of those who ask), sometimes it has been asked for as much as possible but not granted (Then we say):”

 

There is a difference of opinion regarding its meaning, and some say that the meaning of prayer here is obedience and the meaning of fulfillment is reward. And some said: “The meaning of these verses is specific, even though the words are general. Tagdirnya (the essence):

 

(I grant the prayers of those who ask if I want) In the hadith: (Sabda Rasulullah SAW):

 

(Allah grants the prayers of some of you, so long as they are not prayed for a sinful act, or to break the ties of friendship, or to be granted in a hurry). They said: “What does it mean to ask for immediate fulfillment, O Messenger of Allah?”. He said:

 

“O my Lord, I have prayed to You, O my Lord, I have prayed to You, O my Lord, I have prayed to You, O my Lord, I have prayed to You, but I did not find You granting my prayer, then at that time he regretted it, so he abandoned his prayer, and he said that in general.

 

Allah’s Word:

 

(And your Lord said: “Pray to Me, and I will grant you; surely those who conceal themselves from worshipping Me will enter Hellfire in a state of humiliation”.) (OS. Almu’min: 69)

 

(So worship Allah with pure worship of Him) (OS. Almu’min: 14)

 

(Those whom they call, themselves seek the way to their Lord, which of them is nearer (to Allah) and hope for His mercy and fear His punishment: surely the punishment of your Lord is something to be feared). (OS. Al Israa: 57)

 

(So among the people there are those who pray:” O our Lord, grant us good in this world,” and there is no happiness for him in the Hereafter. And among them there are those who pray:” O our Lord, grant us good in this world and good in the Hereafter and keep us from the punishment of hell. Those are the ones who will receive a share of what they have worked for, and Allah is swift in His reckoning (OS. Al Bagarah: 200-202). .

 

Imam Ali r.a has said:

 

(the best thing in this world is a righteous wife) and

 

(the good in the hereafter is heaven).

 

The words of Rosulullah:

 

(The whole world is a treasure and the best treasure is a righteous wife.) It has been established that the s.a.w. always multiplied from speech:

 

(O our Lord, grant us good in this world and good in the Hereafter and keep us safe from the fire of hell): (OS. Albagarah: 201 )

 

Allah’s Word:

 

(Say to the polytheists): “My Lord has no regard for you but for your worship”.) (OS. Alfurgan: 77)

 

(Or Who grants the prayer of one in distress when he prays to Him and Who removes distress). (OS. Annamlu: 62)

 

(PRAYERS OF PROPHETS, ANGELS AND MU’MININ IN THE QUR’AN)

 

  1. THE PRAYER OF PROPHET ADAM A.S AND SITI HAWA :

 

(They said: “O our Lord, we have wronged ourselves, and if You do not forgive us and have not mercy on us, then surely we shall be among the losers”). (OS. Al-a’raaf: 23)

 

  1. THE PRAYER OF PROPHET NUH AS.

 

(And remember the story of Noah, before that, when he prayed and We answered his prayer, then We saved him and his followers from a great calamity. And We saved him and his followers from a people who denied Our verses).(OS. Al Ambiya:76-77)

 

(When you and those with you are on board the ark, then say: “Praise be to Allah who saved us from the wrongdoers”. And pray: “O my Lord, place me in a blessed place, and You are the best of place-givers” (OS. Almu’minun: 28-29).

 

  1. THE PRAYER OF PROPHET IBRAHIM AS

 

(Ibrahim prayed): “O my Lord, give me wisdom and include me among the righteous, and make me a good example to those who come after me, and make me one of those who possess a paradise full of bliss.” (OS. Asysyu’aran: 83-45). (OS. Asysyu’aran: 83-45)

 

(O my Lord, make me and my children and grandchildren people who continue to establish prayer, O our Lord, please fulfill my prayer. O our Lord, forgive me and my parents and all the mu’min on the day of hisab (the Day of Judgment) (OS. Ibrahim: 40-41)

 

  1. THE PRAYER OF PROPHET YUSUF AS.

 

(O our Lord, indeed You have bestowed upon me a portion of the kingdom and have taught me a portion of the ta’bir of dreams, (O Lord) Creator of the heavens and the earth, You are my Protector in this world and the hereafter, pass away from me in a state of Islam and join me with the righteous). (OS. Yusuf: 101)

 

  1. THE PRAYER OF PROPHET AYYUB AS.

 

(Remember the story of) Ayyub, when he called upon his Lord: “O my Lord, indeed I have been afflicted with a disease, and You are the Most Merciful of all, the Most Merciful.” So We answered his cry, and We removed what was in him). (OS. Al-Anbiyaa’: 83-84)

 

  1. THE PRAYER OF PROPHET DAWUD (PEACE BE UPON HIM).

 

(When they were seen by Goliath and his army, they (Saul and his army) prayed: “O Our Lord, pour patience upon us and make our stand firm and help us against the disbelievers” (OS. Albagarah: 250).

 

  1. THE PRAYER OF PROPHET SULAEMAN AS.

 

He said: O my Lord, forgive me and grant me a kingdom which no one will have after me, surely You are the Bestower.” (OS. Shaad: 35)

 

  1. THE PRAYER OF THE PROPHET ISA AS.

 

(O our Lord, send down for us a dish from the sky (which on the day of its descent) will make a feast for us, for those who are with us and those who come after us, and will be a sign of Your power, and provide for us, and You are the ultimate provider of sustenance.) (OS. Almaa’idah: 114)

 

  1. THE PRAYER OF PROPHET MUSA AS.

 

(O my Lord, indeed I am in need of something good that You have sent down to me). (OS.Algashas:24)

 

(O my Lord, make my chest easy for me, and my affairs easy for me, and release the stiffness of my tongue, that they may understand what I say). (OS. Thaha: 25-28)

 

  1. THE PRAYER OF THE PROPHET YUNUS (PEACE BE UPON HIM).

 

(And (remember the story of) Dzun Nuun (Yunus) when he went out in anger, then he thought that we would not make it difficult for him, so he called out in a state of great darkness: “There is no god but You. Glory be to You, indeed I am of the wrongdoers. So We answered his prayer and saved him from grief. And thus We saved those who believed.” (OS. AL-Anbiyaa: 87-84)

 

  1. THE PRAYER OF PROPHET ZAKARIYYA AS.

 

(And (remember the story of) Zakariyya, when he called out to his Lord: “O my Lord, do not leave me alone, and You are the best of inheritance.”) (OS. Al-Anbiya: 89)

 

  1. PRAYER OF THE PROPHET MUHAMMAD S.A.W.

 

(And say:” O my Lord, bring me in righteously, and bring me out righteously, and grant me from Thy side a helping hand). (OS. Al-isra: 80)

 

  1. THE PRAYERS OF THE TABI’EEN

 

(And those who came after them (Muhajirin and Anshar) they prayed:” O our Lord, forgive us and our brothers who have believed before us, and do not allow malice in our hearts against those who believe, O our Lord, surely You are most merciful, most compassionate). (OS. Alhasyr :10)

 

  1. THE PRAYERS OF THE ANGELS.

 

(The angels) who bear the ‘Arsh and the angels who are around it praise their Lord and they believe in Him and ask forgiveness for those who believe (while saying): “O our Lord, Your mercy and knowledge encompass all things, so forgive those who repent and follow Your way and preserve morcka from the torment of the blazing hell.

 

O our Lord, and enter them into the paradise of “Adn which You have promised them and the righteous among their fathers, and their wives, and their descendants all. Indeed You are the Mighty, the Wise.

 

And preserve them from evil. And those whom You preserve from (the retribution of) evil on that day, then surely You have bestowed mercy upon them and that is a great victory). (OS. Al-mu’min: 7-9)

 

(A PRAYER THAT COMES FROM THE HADITH) .

 

  1. In Al-Ihya’ the Prophet S.A.W. has said : .

 

(Ask Allah for a high degree, then surely the One you ask is Most Gracious).

 

  1. And he also said:

 

(If you ask Allah Ta’ala, let you increase your desire, and ask for the highest Paradise. Verily for Allah there is nothing great).

 

  1. In Al-Ihya’ there is also mention of two men who were equally devoted to worship. He (the Prophet s.a.w.) said:” When they had entered the heaven, one was raised to a higher degree than his companion, (then his companion) said:”

 

(O my Lord, this friend of mine does not worship more than I do, but You have raised him higher than me among the “illiyyiin”). Then Allah says: “He asked Me (when he was) in this world for a higher rank, while you asked for salvation from Hellfire, so I have given to each according to his request”.

 

  1. In the masnad of Imam Ahmad he said:

 

(The Angel Gabriel a.s. came to the Prophet S.A.W. and said: “What kind of prayer is the best?”. He said:”

 

You should ask for forgiveness and prosperity in this world and the Hereafter”. Then the next day he came again and asked the Prophet (may Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him), and he answered him in the same way. Then he came to him a third time and asked the same question as the first time. Then he said: “Indeed, if you have been given both in this world and the hereafter then you have been fortunate”). The Messenger of Allah s.a.w. said: ‘

 

(There is nothing more honorable in the sight of Allah than prayer)

 

(Verily, a servant will not escape from his supplication “one of the three : Sometimes it is a sin for which he is forgiven, sometimes it is a virtue for which he is hastened, and sometimes it is a virtue for which he is saved. (delayed in fulfillment and will be given in the Hereafter).

 

 

(There is nothing that can ward off gadha (Allah’s decree) except prayer and nothing that can prolong life except devotion (obedience to Allah)).

 

(From Abi Hurairah r.a. he said:” The Messenger of Allah S.A.W. said:” The closest time between a servant and his Lord is when he is in prostration, so multiply prayers (at that time).

 

(There are 3 (three) prayers that are answered / answered no doubt (namely): The prayer of the persecuted, the prayer of the person on the road, and the prayer of a father for his child,

 

(Pray to Allaah Ta’ala with full confidence that it will be answered, and know that Allaah Ta’ala “will not answer the prayers of hearts that are negligent, playful and in a state of forgetfulness.”)

 

(CONDITIONS FOR THE ONE WHO PRAYS)

 

They said: The conditions for the one who prays are: Not asking for delayed fulfillment, not hesitating in prayer. That is because it is stated in a hadith that Allah, the Almighty, warned a servant, and Allah said to him: “Have I not commanded you to raise all your needs to Me?” He said: “Yes, my Lord, I have lifted up my hands to You”. Allah Ta’ala says: ………. “You have not asked for anything except that I have granted it, but there is that which I fulfill in this world, and there is that which I have not fulfilled in this world and then I save it for you in the Hereafter, so take a sack (when it is in the Hereafter). The servant said: “Oh I thought my desires were not fulfilled in this world” (It would be nice. if all my desires were fulfilled in the Hereafter only). .

 

(THE ETIQUETTE OF SUPPLICATION AND THE TIMES WHEN IT IS ANSWERED)

 

(From the book – Bahril Anwaar, by Al ‘Umari) The manners of prayer are: To be pure inwardly and outwardly, to be pure in clothing and honor, to empty the stomach and smell good, and to give precedence to good deeds and charity. And if you say: (I say): “The prayer should be done after the obligatory prayer, because the time of prayer is the best of times (i.e.) as narrated in the book of Turmudzi and quoted by Muhyiddin Annawawi from Abi Umamah Albaahili r.a. who said :

 

Someone asked Rasoolullah SAW.” Which prayer is the most heard?”. He said In the middle of the last night and after the obligatory prayer.” (Termudzi said: “Hadith Hasan”) We return to the words of Al’Umari, he said: “And let him (the supplicant) face the Qiblah, inclining his head towards the earth in the spirit of tawajjub (facing) solemnly and humbly with the belief that he will obtain ijabah (fulfillment), and not say : “O Allah, do this for me if you wish” because no one can force Allah. And let the prayer be done with a strong desire, with a sense of the authority of Allah SWT, with a subtlety of heart and fear that symbolizes hope in Allah and fear of Him, according to His words:   (OS. Al-Anbiya’: 90).

 

And do not pray to obtain things that are impossible and unlawful according to Shara”. It should also be done at the time of “IJABAH”, in places blessed by Allah such as : in the mosque, at the time of Suhoor, when there is heavy rain, on Friday night and in the afternoon before Maghrib on that day (Friday), in the afternoon on Thursday, during the Jumu’ah prayer (between the two khutbahs) and before the “Ameen” is said by everyone who prays, on the day of “Arafnt, after purifying from major and minor impurity, after repentance, in the month of Ramadan, during a war, during Friday prayers, in prostration, after the khatam of the Qur’an especially for the reader himself, when drinking zam-zam water, at Multazam, at Magam Ibrahim a.s., at Hijir Ismail, by the graves of the Prophets and the Saints, especially at the grave of the Prophet s.a.w. etc.

 

Allah’s Word:

 

(Verily, Allah’s mercy is very near to those who do good). (OS. Al – A’raaf: 59)

 

(Verily, if they, when they have wronged themselves, come to you and ask forgiveness of Allah, and the Apostle asks forgiveness for them, surely they will find Allah Most Receptive to repentance, Most Merciful). (OS. Annisaa: 64)

 

(He (Al’ Umari) has said in “Kitab Zalhrit -Akmam” ‘Dhikrullah (remembrance of Allah) lies in 7 (seven) benefits, and in the seven obediences there are 7 (seven) glories, namely:

 

  1. At the time of prostration there is closeness to Allah as He says: “And prostrate and draw near (yourself to Allah). (OS.Al-alaq: 19)

 

  1. When fasting, there is ease, as He says: Allah wants ease for you and does not want hardship for you “. (OS.Al-baqarah: 185)

 

  1. At the time of issuing zakat there is good fortune according to His words: “Indeed, fortunate is the one who purifies himself (by believing). (OS. Al-a’la: 14)

 

  1. And in the Hajj worship there is security (protection). from hellfire, according to His words: “Whoever enters it (the Temple) will be safe” (OS. Ali – Imran: 97).

 

  1. And in Jihad there is paradise, as He says: “Indeed, Allah has purchased from the mu’min their selves and their wealth by giving them paradise.” (OS. Attaubah: 111)

 

  1. In shadagah there is a multiplication of rewards according to His words: “Whoever wants to give a loan to Allah, a good loan (spending his wealth in the way of Allah) then Allah will multiply the payment to him”. (OS. Albagarah: 245)

 

7). And in prayer there is ijabah / fulfillment, as He said: “Pray to Me, and I will grant you”. (OS.Almu’min: 60) And the words of the Messenger of Allah s.a.w.:”

 

(When an Imam says (Walaadh-dhoolliin) then say (Aameen), surely Allah will love you all). (HR. Imam Muslim)

 

And in another narration by Imam Muslim: “If one of you says: (Aameen), the angels of the heavens will say: (Aameen), then they will join one another (until) one of you will be forgiven his past sins.

 

The author of this book said: “You should know that it is recommended for the one who prays to be answered immediately, namely by making tawassul to Allah SWT. with His Essence and His attributes such as His mercy, grace, greatness, compassion, mercy, and generosity.

 

And tawassul also with His Prophets, especially with the Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.. his family, his companions and the Guardians of Allah.

 

And the most important thing so that a person’s prayers can be answered immediately, namely by tawassul to Allah with his pious ama, according to the hadeeth narrated about people trapped in calamity in the Guwa. Al-Imam Annawawi said in his commentary on the hadeeth of Saheeh Muslim: “Our companions, the scholars of Shafi’i jurisprudence, used to call this hadeeth “the hadeeth of the inhabitants of the guwa”.

 

For this reason, it is recommended that a person who is in difficulty should make supplication for his good deeds, for example, when supplicating for rain.

 

The Prophet (SAW) has mentioned the story of the inhabitants of Guwa, when a large rock – which had fallen and covered the door of Guwa, by praying by expressing praise to Allah and mentioning the virtues of their deeds, until they were freed from the calamity.

 

 

 

THIRD FASAL: ON THE BENEFITS OF WIRID AND THE RECOMMENDATION TO PRACTICE IT

 

A, The verses that relate to it are : Allah’s words: ‘

 

(And recite what has been revealed to you, the Book of your Lord). There is no one who can change His words. And be patient with those who call upon their Lord in the morning and in the evening, seeking His pleasure, and do not turn your eyes away from them (for) seeking the adornment of the life of this world, and do not follow those whose hearts We have deprived of remembering Us, and who follow their lusts, and that is a transgressing state). (OS. Alkahfi: 27-28)

 

(And He has made the night and the day alternate for those who wish to learn or those who wish to be grateful). (OS. Alfurqaan: 62) The scholars said that the ma’na: is to contrast one with the other, that is, so that it can be corrected in the things that have passed if there is a deficiency in one of them (the day or the night). Therefore, gratitude in the form of dhikr is an appreciation of the time during which one can carry out various activities in obedience and other virtues.

 

  1. The hadiths that relate to this are: Sabda Rasulullah s.a.w. :

 

(The most beloved servants of Allah are those who watch the sun, the moon and the crescent for the “remembrance of Allah”)

 

(And from Mu’adz Aljuhni r.a. he said: “The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said:” Whoever sits in his Musholl after returning from the Fajr prayer, then performs two (2) raka’ats of Dhuha sunnah prayer, then he does not say anything but what is good, then Allah forgives his sins even if they are more than the foam in the sea.” (Reported by Abu Dawud Al-Imam Alghazali r-a. in the Book of Tarbiatu! Auraad filauqast” said:” Ammaa ba’du, know that human beings in this world are people on a journey, their first home is the cradle, their last home is the grave, their homeland is heaven or hell, their age is a marhalah or a medium distance, each year is a marhalah of – 45 km, each month is a farsakh – 8 km, each day is a mile & 11/2 km, each breath is a day. 11/2 km, every breath is a step, his obedience is his treasure, his time is his business capital, his desires are his robbers, his gain is the good fortune of meeting Allah Ta’ala in the paradise of Daarus-salaam and his loss is being far from Allah Ta’ala in the fiery layer of Hellfire Jahim. Therefore, a wise person does not lose his breath without obedience to Allah Ta’ala.

 

(WIRID OF ITS DECREE. AND ITS VIRTUE):

 

 

Ashshaykh al-Umari said in his book “BAHRUL ANWAR” that Alwirdu is the arrival of clarity of heart from the One who is the Nearest and the Most Witnessing. As for the causes that can convey to Him are wirid-wirid that clean the dirt of the heart, the dirt of desires and doubts in the chest. Allah says:

 

(Remember, only with the remembrance of Allah will the heart be at peace) (OS. Arra’d :28) And in the hadith mentioned :

 

(If you all pass by the gardens of paradise. then let you enjoy yourselves. (The Companions) asked, O Messenger of Allah, what are the gardens of Paradise?”. He said: The assemblies of dhikr). So dhikr is the cause of attaining clarity of heart….

 

Then Al’Umari explained at length in his words (may Allah benefit us): he reminded us and commanded us to do the wirid that comes from the masters of wirid. That is because of the greatness of its position in religion.

 

And that the keeping of remembrance is one of the best traits of the wise, of those who give “guidance,” of those who are righteous. . And.know.that.dhikr.is.the.cause.of.achieving.cleanliness.of.the.heart,.and.even.religion.itself.is.a.series.of.dhikr:

 

Allah’s Word:

 

(O you who have believed, be patient and strengthen your patience and remain alert (in the borders of your country) and fear Allah so that you may be fortunate). (OS. Al-Imran: 200) There appeared to be a rosary wrapped around Aljunaid’s hand, and someone asked him: “With the glory you have attained, do you still hold the rosary in your hand?”. Aljunaid replied: “Yes, I do, for they are the cause of my reaching what I have reached, so let us not leave them forever.”

 

Every day he went into his shop, pulled down his curtains, prayed four hundred raka:at, and then went home. He said: “Launch your zinc alley time, because it will disappear and will not return, then regret will occur after the opportunity is no longer there. Then continue your wirid-wirid because you will benefit later in the Land of Eternity (Akhirah). And do not be so preoccupied with worldly affairs that you neglect Allah, because a little worldly preoccupation will distract you from the many affairs of the Hereafter. And he also said: “No one will attain a high rank unless he establishes strong foundations between him and Allah.

 

 (an obligatory fard practice), then :

 

(regular prayers) as a vehicle and a strong will. Whoever strengthens it, Allah will give him grace afterwards. And he (Aljunaid) was dreamt of by a man after his death, and the man asked him: “What has Allah done to you, O Aljunaid?” What has Allah done to you, O Aljunaid?”. He said: “The images have gone, the signs have disappeared, the pictures have changed, the knowledge has disappeared and nothing has benefited me except the few raka’ats that I did at suhoor time. Aljunaid r.a. said: “Worship for the wise is more beautiful than crowns on the heads of kings”.

 

(THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ALWIRDU AND ALWAARIDU,

 

Ibn ‘Athaa’illah added in his previous remarks that alwirdhu is like an act of worship that a person performs both outwardly and inwardly, while alwaarid is something that comes to the heart of a person, consisting of a very subtle feeling, light, secrets and the unveiling of veils, so that his heart feels spacious and happy and then glitters with light and secrets.

 

So Alwirdu, is the practice of a servant in fulfilling the law of Allah Ta’ala in the form of treatment and worship, while Alwaaridu is the right of Allah Ta’ala to bestow on a servant, namely a gift and honor.

 

So Alwirdu is more worthy of preservation from two aspects: The first is specific to this world, and it will be cut off when the servant is cut off from this world (dies). Therefore, the servant should increase the prayer while there is still a chance, because the opportunity lost will not return. Second: Alwirdu (wirid) is your right of obligation towards Allah and Alwaarid is your share (Way of Allah). As for the fulfillment of His rights, it is better and more appropriate for you than demanding your share.

 

Then Ash-Shaikh Al’Umari said: “The student should occupy himself with reciting the Alfatihah first after the five daily prayers, and for the rest of the day he should recite 1000 X’s of al-Highfaar, and after that 100 X’s every day, until his hardheartedness is gone.

 

It was narrated from Alghazali r.a. that the recitation of Alfatihah

 

( ) every day after prayer 100 X is :

21 X after Fajr prayer, 22 X after Dhuhr prayer, 23 X after Asr prayer, 24 x after Maghrib prayer, and 10x after Isha prayer, so a total of 100 X (one hundred times). Then proceed with dhikr.

 

(COMPLETION OF THIS COVERAGE) I said: “You should make the great Surahs of the Qur’an a recitation.

 

  1. Surah Alkahfi you read it on Friday night and in the afternoon. According to the hadith, it is a barrier between the one who recites it and the fire of hell, and it is also called a barrier. It has also been explained that :

 

(Whoever recites Surah Alkahfi on Jumu’ah will have nur (light) shone on him between the two Jumu’ahs). (HR. Alhakim ) And in a saheeh hadeeth he also said:

 

(Whoever recites Surah Alkahfi on the night of Jumu’ah will have nur (light) shone for him between him (where he is, and (up to) the Ka’bah). (HR. Addarami in his masnad)

 

  1. Surah Yaasiin, which you recite after every obligatory prayer. It has been explained in the saheeh hadiths that :

 

 (Whoever recites Surat Yaasiin is like one who has recited the Qur’an ten times). Therefore, the one who recites it after the obligatory prayers is like the one who recites the Qur’an fifty times every day, so let him understand.

 

  1. “You should recite Surah Alwaaqiah every night because it has been stated in the hadith that Usman Bin Affan said to Abdullah bin Mas’ud when he visited him when he was sick: “What do you feel?” He said: “My sins”. Usman also said:” What do you want (according to your taste)? He said: “I want the mercy of Allah”. Usman also said: “Didn’t I call a doctor to treat you?” He said: “Thabib has made me sick”, Usman also said: “Don’t you want me to give you a gift?”. He said: “I don’t need it.” Usman said: “Perhaps for your daughters?” He said: “Do you fear poverty? Are you afraid of poverty befalling my daughters? I have ordered them to recite Surah Alwagi ‘ah every night, for I have heard that it is said. Every night, because I have heard the Messenger of Allah (SAW) say:

 

(Whoever recites Surah Alwagi’ ah every night will never be hungry forever).

 

  1. And the following recitations should also be made a recitation for you after every prayer, namely :

-Suratul-Fatihah 

-Ayatul-Kursi

– The full Shahidalloohu is as follows,

 

(Allah declares that there is no God but He, the One who establishes justice). The Angels and the people of knowledge (also declare this). There is no God but: He who is the Mighty, the Wise). (OS. Ali. Imran 1 18) Oulillaahumma – the full text is as follows:

 

(Say: “O Lord of the kingdoms, You give the kingdom to whom You will and You take the kingdom away from whom You will You honor whom You will and You humiliate whom You will.

 

In Your hands are all virtues. Indeed, You are all-powerful over all things.

 

You put the night into the day and you put the day into the night. You bring forth the living from the dead, and You bring forth the dead from the living. And You provide for whom You will without measure (limit) (OS. Ali ‘Imran: 26-27)

 

So what was narrated by ‘Ali ‘Imam Albaghawi in his tafsir with a chain to Sayyidina ‘Ali ibn Abi Talib r.a, is sufficient. he said: “The Messenger of Allah said.

 

(Verily “Suratul-Fatibah” and “Ayatul-Kursi and 2(two) A . ” verses of “Surat Ali’Imran” i.e. : (until His words)

 (until His words) hang down and there is no barrier between these verses and Allah. The verses say: “O my Lord, You have sent us down to Your earth and to those who do wrong to You,” Allah says: “I swear that none of My servants will recite your prayer after every prayer, unless I make heaven his abode according to his deeds, and I will surely place him in My presence and I will look at him with My preserved eyes every 70 days, and I will surely fulfill his desires (needs) every 70 days, and the lowest of his desires (needs) is My maghfirah (forgiveness). (Alhadith – Algudsi). And you should also make it your constant recitation of “RATIB” which is famous for its blessings and nur: RATIB SAYYIDINA UMAR’ every night ba’da Isha’ the last. We have experienced doing it when Sayyidina Alhusain bin ‘Umar was alive and did it as a custom from his father Alhabib ‘Umar as Shahibur-Raatib who had ordered to do it. As for the “Syarah” of the aforementioned Raatib, it will be explained later, after the basics of its preamble have been completed. As for the other wirids, they are numerous and if you wish to practice them after the ‘Asr prayer, recite them:

 

and after the morning prayer, reciting the Raatib :

 

i.e.: reading as follows:

 

 (In the name of Allah and all praise be to Allah) 4X.

 

Savior letters:

 

Alkaafiruun, Idza Jaa’a, Tabbat, Al’ Ikhlas and Almy awwadzatain (Oul a’uudzu birobbil-falag and Oul a’uud, birobbinnaas) once in a while, Then recite : ,

 

and so on. .

 

 

TEN DZIKIR

 

(Faidah): The author of this Book has said: “Let us conclude this chapter, which has a very great meaning, with the most valuable wirid, which is my most perfect wirid and the most important result of my ijtihad by which I have achieved my maximum goal, which wirid I dedicate to my favorite people consisting of my brothers and my children. And with that wirid, I will fend off my enemies and those who envy me. It is important for me to mention in this second volume of my book, the first two times in this chapter.

 

The second one at the end of the faidah – Therefore, for the sake of stipulation and adding to the information that this wirid is very great in its benefits, many virtues and specialties. It is also the practice of those who are devoted to worship and are zuhud.

 

They have maintained it in an orderly manner and do it daily after Fajr Prayer and every night after Maghrib Prayer. Whoever regularly practices it, after the Maghrib Prayer, will be prevented by Ailah from the things that trouble his heart.

 

So how great is this benefit, and how noble are the righteous who have been blessed, and have pursued it. Then they knew the goodness, blessings and benefits that were contained therein.

 

They have tried to obtain easy sustenance, eliminate sorrow, subdue creatures, preserve themselves from the tricks of the enemy, from magic, jinn and shaytaan, and preserve themselves from diseases of the heart, preserve family, property, as well as to expand the chest and the goodness of names / names etc. which are innumerable both for the life of this world and the hereafter. All of this is by the grace of Allah Ta’ala. Insha Allah.

 

And this is the “TEN DZIKIR” which is perfect again radiates nur light, namely :

 

  1. First: you should say:

 

(In the Name of Allah, the Most Compassionate, the Most Merciful) – 100 X

 

  1. Second:

 

(Praise be to Allah, the Lord of the universe) – 100x

 

  1. The Third:

 

 (O Allah, grant mercy and well-being to our Chief Muhammad and to the family of Muhammad). 100 x

 

4, The Fourth:

 

(There is no God but Allah and Muhammad is the messenger of Allah). – 100 X

 

  1. . The Fifth:

 

(Glory be to Allah and all praise be to Him, Glory be to Allah, the Great). 100 X

 

  1. Yung Sixth:

 

(I seek the forgiveness of Allah, the Great, and I seek repentance from Him). 100 X

 

  1. The Seventh:

 

(O Allah, I ask You that I may be endowed with the ability to do all virtues, to forsake all evils, to love the poor and that You may forgive me and have mercy on me). 100 X

 

  1. The Eighth:

 

(Say, He is Allah, the One) – until the end (100X)

 

  1. The Ninth:

 

(Allah is for us the best of protectors). 100 X

 

  1. The Tenth:

 

(O Allah, grant mercy and prosperity to our Master Muhammad the Ummi Prophet and to his family). (3x) .

 

THE FIRST BENEFIT (WHICH RELATES TO THE SPECIFIED AMOUNT AND ITS INCREASE).

 

Asshaykh Albakri quoted Abil-Fadhl Azzain Al’Iraaqi as saying: “There is scholarly disagreement in the hadeeths concerning tasbeeh and the dhikr of ba’dash prayers. In one hadeeth, the tasbeeh is to be recited thirty-three times, in another twenty-five times, and in another eleven times.

 

In the hadith about the 15873 tahmid, there are 33x 34x, 25 x, 11x, 10x, and 100x. Al-Imam Annawawi said in the commentary to Sahih Muslim in the chapter “The virtue of tasbih and tahlil day prayers” regarding the words of the Prophet (peace be upon him):

 

Whoever says it every day:

 

100 x, then no one can do more good than that, except one who does more good than that). In the case mentioned above, there is evidence that if he had said : This Tnhlil is more than 100 x, then the reward will be much more than that. In the hadeeth it says 100 times, but the reward is more than that. Then Al-Imam Annawawi said:” The saying of the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) regarding (and 100 evils will be removed from him), and regarding the hadith of tasbih:  (his faults will be erased even if they are like foam in the sea), the evidence is that the tasbih is better, and the Prophet (SAW) said in the tahlil hadith: (and no one can do better than he does).

 

And it has been explained in another hadith that the most important dhikr is tahlil :

 

(The main thing that I and the prophets before me said was :

 

(There is no god but Allah, the One, with no partner), and some say that it is also called :

 

It has been explained that “Attasbihh” is “Attanziih” which is the purity of Allah from the attributes that are unworthy of Him such as having partners, children, wives and absolutely everything that is lacking.

 

(THE SECOND FAIDAH REGARDING DHIKR IN THE HEART AND WITH THE TONGUE).

 

(Al-Imam Annawawi said in al-adzkaar: Dhikr can be done with the heart and the tongue, and it is best to do it with both. But if one is unable to do one of them, then the heart is better. And if a person engages in dhikr from the hadith morning and evening, and when there is turmoil in him, it will gradually become regular to enter the path of those who remember Allah a lot.

 

(THE THIRD PRINCIPLE CONCERNING THE DHIKR AND CHARITY OF THE RICH AND THE POOR).

 

Indeed, dhikr is better than prayer, as confirmed by Ibn Hajar, who refers to the following Hadith from Oudsi:

 

(Whoever is occupied with remembrance of Me rather than asking Me, I will give him something more excellent than what I give to those who ask). – As for the evidence that indicates the superiority of the Shadagah of the rich over the recitation of the Qur’an and the dhikr of others, it is the saheeh hadeeth of ‘Abdullāh ibn Mas’ud, who said:

 

(I said: “O Messenger of Allah, what is the best charity?”, he said: “Shadakah, for it is a wall from the fire of Hell”. I said: “After shadakah (what else)?”

 

He said: “There is nothing more excellent than shadagah, for it will save from a thousand calamities on the Day of Resurrection.” He said: “I said: “What about the recitation of the noble Qur’an?”. He said: “One date and one mouthful of bread that a mu’min gives in charity will be better for him than the recitation of the Glorious Qur’an 1000 times (a thousand times).

 

‘Ali ibn Abi Talib (may Allah be pleased with him) said:” I asked the Messenger of Allah about the reward for reading the noble Qur’an?” He said: “” You should give charity because it is the nur in the heart”. He (Ali) said: “I said: “What about tasbih?”. He said: “You should give charity, for it is the mate of the angels”. He (Ali) said: “I said: “What about waking up at night?” He said. It cannot be measured by night waking, but charity is better than night waking by 1000 degrees).

 

(In some akhbar it is explained that the lover of the Most Gracious and Most Merciful, the Prophet of Allah Ibrahim when building the “Noble Albait” (Kaaba) after the completion of its construction, he prayed in every corner of it 1000 (one thousand) raka’at. Then Allah revealed to him: “O Ibrahim, how good is what you are doing, but a mouthful that you give to the stomach of a hungry person is better than all this”. After that, be serious. Ibrahim Alkhalil in feeding the poor. Then a house was built called ” ” or ” a house for guests, and for the cost of building it he went into debt and borrowed, which is (now located) in Baitul-Magdis and is quite crowded (visited by people) until now).

 

(FOURTH FAIDAH ON THE LEVELS OF DHIKR AND ITS PARTS)

 

Some of the wise have said: ‘ Know that there are four levels of dhikr:

 

  1. The First: The dhikr of the tongue is:

 

  1. The Second: Dhikr of the heart called:

 

 As for the oral dhikr, it is the key to the dhikr of the heart, and the dhikr of the heart itself is: while the oral dhikr together with the dziki’ of the heart should be in a state of motionless tranquility.

 

  1. The Third: “The dhikr of the soul and its key is the dhikr of the tongue and the dhikr of the heart together. The meaning of the dhikr of the soul is that every place where the hair grows should say: And from this dhikr (dhikr of the soul) the one who is dhikr will hear the dhikr of everything that Allah has created.

 

  1. The Fourth: “Dhikr Sirr” (hidden and secret dhikr) The key is the dhikr of the tongue, dhikr of the heart and dhikr of the spirit together. And dhikr sirr (hidden) is: because what is mentioned is only : utterance, namely returning to lafzhuljalaalah and that is the difficult dhikr. In the end, the one who does dhikr will sink like the stars, moon and sun, so that he will be thought to have lost his mind or ” ” as if his soul had disappeared and this is the last level. And that is the level of dhikr as they say:.” It is as if the soul has disappeared in the Deity that is being remembered, namely Allah, and the highest goal among the Tauhid and the ‘arifis. Nevertheless, it is not permissible for a person to abandon oral dhikr forever, because it is a gift of truth that has no end.

 

(THE FIFTH FAIDAH REGARDING THE CALCULATION OF DHIKR WITH FINGERS AND TASBIH)

 

It is certain that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) had tasbeeh wrapped around his right hand. It has been narrated by Albaihagie with a dhaif sanad:” Count on your fingers, for they will be called to account and will speak.” Ibn Hajar said: “And this includes the fingers of the right and left hands.”

 

Abi Hurayrah r.a. reported that he had a thread on which 1000 loops were made, and he would not sleep except after glorifying it by counting the loops. And in one narration, he had glorified by counting date seeds. And in another narration, many of the Companions and some of the mothers of the mu’minin praised with dates and pebbles, even the Prophet (may Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him).

 

Muhammad (pbuh) had seen them glorifying with pebbles and he acknowledged that. As for glorifying with the fingers, it is better than using tasbih if one feels safe from making a mistake, and if not, then using tasbih is better.

 

(THE SIXTH PRINCIPLE CONCERNING THE REMEMBRANCE OF ALLAH WITH THE TONGUE AND THE HEART FOR THOSE WHO ARE IN A STATE OF IMPURITY, CIRCUMCISION AND SO ON).

 

Al-Imam Annawawie said in al-ADZAKAAR: It should be noted that the recitations and takbirs and dhikr prescribed by sharee’ah in the prayer are obligatory or recommended, and whoever is not accustomed to them should say them so that he can hear them, that is, if his hearing is good and he is not distracted, and if he cannot hear them then his dhikr is not valid.

 

He also said that scholars have agreed that it is permissible to remember the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) by heart and by tongue for those who are in a state of impurity, janaabah, menstruation and postpartum bleeding. The same applies to saying tashbih, tahlil, tahmid, takbir, saluting the Messenger of Allah (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him), making du’a and so on, but reciting Qur’an is haraam for one who is in a state of janaabah, menstruation and nifaas, whether he recites a little or a lot of Qur’an.

 

It is permissible for them to memorize the Qur’an in their hearts without saying it, and it is also permissible for them to look at the Mushaf and let it flow into their hearts. Our companions have said: “It is permissible for the one who is circumcised and menstruating in a state of distress to say: and when riding a vehicle: and when making du’a to say: if the intention is not to recite the Qur’an.

 

Al-Imam Annawawie also said: “Whoever does not find water, let him do tayammum. Just as it is permissible to do tayammum, it is also permissible to touch the Qur’an, whether the tayammum is for prayer or otherwise.

 

He said: ” With regard to the one who cannot find water or dust, let him pray according to his situation (without wudoo’ and without tayammum), but it is not permissible for him to touch the Qur’an, because he is in a state of impurity. The prayer that he performs is in a state of emergency.

 

Then he said: “Let the one who is doing dhikr face the Qiblah, humble himself, solemn and humble to his Lord, full of tranquility and reverence while lowering his eyes, and let him do dhikr in a clean place. He should not do dhikr while sitting in the W.C. because it is makrooh, as well as while having intercourse, preaching, praying, and being sleepy, but it is not makrooh to do dhikr on the road.

 

(THE SEVENTH FAIDAH, REGARDING THE RECOMMENDATION TO UTILIZE THE BOOK AL-ADZKAAR COMPILED BY AL-IMAM ANNAWAWI).

 

Know O brother, who is a counselor for himself, who is aiming for the pleasure of his Lord, that it is proper for you to have the famous “Kitap … Dzikir” by the name of “Al-Iman nnawawi.” You should always study it after you have been assured of the instructions for reading it from a shaykh who explains to you its meanings and fundamentals, and also explains its hidden secrets such as mas’alah: adah, knowledge, subtle issues, and explaining what is right,

 

Assayyid Abdullah ibn Alwi Alhaddad said in Know that the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings be upon him) explained that some of the dhikr and prayers are absolutely bound to the changing times and things that have passed and are happening everywhere. Those dhikr have been compiled by the Messenger of Allah (SAW) and have been recommended to them for their practice in order to be a cause that conveys them to be able to obtain virtue and safety from evil and danger that occurs by the will of Allah at those times and circumstances. Whoever maintains it, he will be safe and fortunate and whoever neglects it, then do not blame anyone except himself and indeed your Lord does not oppress His servants. Therefore, take note, O people whom Allah has blessed with this great matter and the deep appreciation of this book from the Saadah who are Qutub and the righteous, so grasp it and put it into practice!

 

 

 

THE FIFTH CHAPTER ON THE RULES OF ALASMA’UL-HUSNAA

 

I am quoting from the book “BAHRIL-ANWAAR” compiled by Assayyid Muhammad al-Umari and others. The al-aayaat are as follows:   (Allah has asma’ul-husnaa (Great Names according to the attributes of Allah) so pray to Him by mentioning asma’ulhusna). (OS. Al-a’raaf.: 18)

 

(Call upon Allah or call upon Arrahman by whichever name you call upon, He has al asmaa’ul-husnaa (the best of names)). (OS. Al-Isra: 110)

 

(He is Allah, there is no god but Him, the Knower of the unseen and the manifest, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful). He is Allah, there is no God but Him, the King, the Holy One, the Prosperous One, the One Who provides security, the One Who maintains, the Mighty One, the Powerful One, the One Who possesses all majesty, Glorified is Allah from what they associate. He is the One who creates, who makes, who shapes, who has the best names. To Him is all that is in the heavens and the earth, and He is the Mighty, the Wise).

 

The Al-Hadith are as follows

 

(It has been narrated in the Saheeh hadiths from “Aisha r.a. she has said “I said : “O Rasulallah, teach me the Asma’ of Allah which, if invoked by him, will be fulfilled.” He said: “Get up and perform ablution and enter the mosque and pray two (2) rokaat, then say the prayer so that I can hear it” so I did (Aisha said) and he said:

 

Which means: “O Allah, verily I beseech Thee with all Thy best Asma’, which I know and do not know, and I beseech Thee with Thy most excellent Asma’, the Greatest, the Greatest, the greatest that if anyone prays to Thee with it Thou dost fulfill him and who supplicates Thee with it Thou dost grant him.”

 

So SAW said: “You are right, you are really

 

(SAW) said: “Whoever has accumulated sadness, let him say :

 

Which means: “O Allah, I am Your slave, the son of Your slave and the son of Your slave (woman), my nose is in Your hand, I have passed Your law, Your decree has been just for me, I ask You with all the asma’ that You gave to Your Essence or You revealed in Your book (AlQur’an) or You taught from one of Your creatures, or You kept secret in the unseen knowledge by Your side Make Alqur’an the light of my eyes and the garden of my heart and the relief of my sorrow and the solace of my anxiety and confusion.

 

So no one utters it, except that Allah will remove his sorrow and replace it with joy.

 

(THE EFFICACY OF SOME ASMA’ ALLAH AL HUSNAH)

 

This is the initial stage of our intention regarding our chapter of dhikr which is the benefit of some asmaul husnah as a gift to our brothers, our sons and daughters and our relatives.

 

Asshaikh Al Umari said at the beginning of his book . BAHRUL-ANWAAR. “Regarding the benefits of asmaa’ul-husnaa” which are .

 

  1. The first ism is: (The One who does) Whoever recites it 181 times every day has the root of avoiding the whispers of the despicable heart, and if it is continuously recited every day without counting the number, it will more quickly eliminate the whispers.

 

  1. The second ism is : (Whoever reads it regularly will be able to speak with knowledge that is not understood except by the one who walks the path, and it is one of his practices, especially for those who want to gain wisdom.

 

  1. The third ism is: (the One who initiates).Whoever is accustomed to thinking about it, he will be able to compose knowledge . “Whoever is accustomed to thinking about it, he will be able to compose knowledge ,

 

  1. The fourth ism is : (the One who kills). Whoever used to think about it, then he mentioned the name of the person he wanted to destroy, (because of his crime), then that person will be destroyed by Allah SWT.

 

  1. The fifth ism is : (the One to whom we make supplication). Whoever habitually thinks of Him, he will not feel hungry at all as long as he does not remember Him.

 

6+7 The sixth and seventh Ism (the All-Hearing, All-Seeing). Whoever used to think about it, it will speed up the fulfillment of his prayers.

 

  1. The eighth ism is : (the One who provides food and drink). Whoever is accustomed to thinking about it, then he will be granted by Allah a variety of wisdom from a very large source, and this ism has been added to a very good prayer as follows

 

 (O Allah, the One who nourishes, protect us with the tenderness of Your Nur and establish us as those who attain the wonders of Your secrets). . .

 

  1. The ninth ism is : (The One who encompasses) Whoever is accustomed to thinking about it, he will be overwhelmed by a certain state, so he will see with the eyes of his heart what is already in the hearts of others. And it is one of the isms that can reveal a secret) that cannot be carried except by certain people who are privileged, because the ism will emit a shimmering nourishment for them until with that nourishment, they can see all the secrets and proofs of the power of Allah SWT.

 

  1. The tenth ism is: (The One Who creates) is an ism that is hardly known except by a few people, and it is one of the singular ones, which has no brothers or rivals, and it is one of the isms with which the pillar of the spirit has been created. So if a saalik (one who walks towards Allah) makes a habit of thinking about it, its secrets in this world will be revealed, and there will appear to him evidences of Allah’s love, his prayers will be answered and all his affairs in this world will be carried out.

 

  1. The eleventh ism is: (The Supreme Being).

 

Whoever used to think about it, all calamities will be lightened for him, his spirit will be calm, his body will be strong and Allah will grant him blessed sustenance.

 

  1. the twelfth: (Whoever used to think of it would be feared by those who looked at it and ja would have a range in the spirit worthy of him, and it is one of the beautiful isms.

 

  1. the thirteenth is : (Whoever is accustomed to thinking about it will be able to speak with knowledge that he has never known, and wisdom will appear on his tongue.

 

  1. The fourteenth ism is: (The All-Wise) Whoever used to think about it, he will be powerful in the realm of the spirits. The noble Asshaykh Muhammad Al’Umari said:

 

 (After bringing these asmas’ (then) the best is the ism that soars up again, and from this it opens to me the asmas’ in their entirety).

 

  1. The fifteenth ism is : (The One Who Creates) Whoever is accustomed to thinking about it, he will always be able to create divine knowledge, and Allah will radiate knowledge through his tongue.

 

  1. The sixteenth ism is : (The One who has nur) a perfect ism and whoever used to dwell on it, Allah will fill his heart with nur and shine his mind and show him His creation.

 

  1. The seventeenth ism is : (The Essence that is very evident) Whoever is accustomed to thinking about it, his baby will appear to the creatures and not be hidden at all.

 

  1. The eighteenth ism is: (Whoever constantly thinks of him will become friendly with the surrounding world, and his name will always be mentioned, so he will not come to a place except that the inhabitants will be in an uproar and they will bow down to him.

 

  1. The nineteenth ism: (The Most Generous). Whoever thinks about it, Allah will give him sustenance without difficulty.

 

  1. The twentieth ism is : (the One who possesses wealth). Whoever wants to get the wealth of the world easily, let him fast 3 consecutive days and continuously think of this ism, then whatever is needed will come without being asked. And whoever writes the ism seven times on seven pieces of paper for seven months with the intention of what he wants (with the dhikr) in a state of purity, Allah will make everything easy for him. And whoever eats halal food for 7 weeks and sleeps in a state of purity (ablution) facing the Qibla by saying he will be able to see spiritual miracles.

 

  1. The twenty-first ism is : (The All-Giving Essence). Whoever continues to think about it, he will be among the masters of suluk and he will be able to see how sustenance is distributed among the creatures, and he will not ask for anything from anyone but it will be given to him.

 

(Umarah ibn Yazid, one of the narrators of the hadith who thought of these “Asma'”, said: “I searched and asked the scholars about the Asma’, but I did not find anyone who told me about the “method”, until finally I came across a person who was eager to seek knowledge, and he was from the family of the Messenger of Allah (SAW). He was an ‘alim, ‘aabid (worshiper), wara” and his prayers were always answered. then I asked him about this Asma’. He had said to me after trying to evade: “Were it not for my trust in you, and my knowledge of your intense desire for knowledge, I would not have told you. Do not teach it to anyone except one in whom you have complete trust, for in that Asma’, there is (the greatest ism) and if you wish to supplicate with it, then fast on Thursday, and supplicate with it on the night of Friday at the time of Suhoor, then by Allah in Whom there is no God worthy of worship except Him, not a mu’min who supplicates with that Asma’, except that it will be answered. If he asks Allah to walk on the water or on the wind, it will be granted.

 

(ASMAA ‘UL-HUSNA IN ALOUR’AN)

 

Umarah bin Yazid has said: “I said to him: “Explain to me about these Asma’, may Allah have mercy on you”. He said “The Asma’ul-husnaa are found in the Bible (Qur’an), among others: 5 asmas in Surah Alfatihah, namely:

 

The 23 asmas in Surah Albagarah are:

 

4 asthma in Surah Ali Imran is :

 

6 asthma in Surah Annisaa are :

 

5 asmas in Surah Al-An’am are :

 

2 asma in Surah Al-a’raaf is :

 

2 asthma in Surah Al-unfaal is :

 

7 nsma in Surah Huud is :

 

2 asma in Surah Arra’du is :

 

1 ism in Surah Ibrahim is :

 

1 ism in Surah Alhijr is :

 

2 asthma in Surah Maryam are : |

 

1 lsm in Surah Alhajj is :

 

1 ism in Surah Almu’ minun is :

 

3 asma in Surah Annur are :

 

1 ism in Surah Alfurqan is :

 

1 ism in Surah Assaba’ is :

 

4 asthma in Surah Almu’min is :

 

3 asma in Surah Adhdzariyat are : . – . ..

 

1 ism in Surah Aththuur is :

 

2 asma in Surah Algomar is :

 

3 asthma in Surah Arrahinan are :

 

The 4 asmas in Surah Alhadid are:

 

The 11 asmas in Surah Alhasyr are:

 

2 asma in Surah Alburuuj is :

 

Umarah said:” I have prayed with the Asma’ulhusnaa not once, until I found out that it is very close to being answered, and the Asma’ulhusnaa has been written down by the entire congregation and they told me that the prayer was quickly answered Algadhi Majduddiin Asysyiraazi explained according to his hadith.

 

(By Allah Whom there is no god but He, I have prayed with asma’ul-husnaa many times, when I was in an important matter that I feared a calamity would happen to me, then Allah the Most Blessed saved me from it. And Allah is the All-Knowing

 

This is the beginning of the syarah (explanation) of the Raatib which is firmly bound and pearly, which is neatly arranged and a source of fresh water that is always flowing. we begin by stating the Khutbah (direction) of the Syarah of Asshaik Aj: bin Abdillah Baaroos, then we accompany it with a chapter which is the basis of the Raatib in question, which is quoted from reliable and preserved manuscripts that came from the mouths of noble elders and are related to each other. They have obtained it by learning it from those who have the right. The most noble among them is Maulana Alwalid Alhusain ibn Sayyidina Umar.

 

Alhamdulillah, we had heard from him some time ago, and he was our Shaykh from whom we had taken the lesson, and after we had put our trust in Allah and His Messenger, we also relied on him.

 

All in all, we ask to be blessed in the practice of this great Raatib, and we ask the mercy of Allah SWT. The Most Gracious, the Most Kind, that we may be his lovers who can follow in his footsteps.

 

Shaykh ‘Ali said in his commentary:

 

Wa ba’du. I have prayed to Allah Ta’ala and sought refuge with Him with all my poverty and compulsion, and indeed I have received a sign in the unseen with words that can remind those who are negligent and convey a purpose that includes a number of Raatibs that have been compiled by a Jutub of that era and a source of knowledge, namely Sayyidi ‘Umar bin Abdur-Rahmaan bin Abdullah ibn Asshaykh Abdur-Rahmaan Assegaf Baa’alawi (may Allah benefit us with them).We had compiled the Raatib in the form in which it was practiced by them, then some of the brothers asked us for it, which of course we could not refuse and certainly agreed to.

 

CHAPTERS EXPLAINING THE NAME OF THIS BLESSED RAATIB, THE NUMBER OF DHIKR, THE TIME CHOSEN FOR ITS RECITATION, AND THE ORDER IN WHICH IT SHOULD BE RECITED, NAMELY THE RECITATION OF ALFAATIHAH AND OTHER RECITATIONS OF GREAT BENEFIT.

 

Its name is:   “THE DHIKR RECITED BEFORE THE RAATIB AND AFTER IT”.

 

Before reciting this Raatib, I had chosen an addition to the words of Allah Ta’ala:

 

(He is Allah, there is no god but Him, who knows the unseen and the manifest, He is the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful, He is Allah, there is no god but Him), The King, the Most Holy, the Most Prosperous, the One Who grants security, the One Who maintains, the One Who is Mighty, the One Who is Powerful, the One Who has Majesty, Glory be to Allah from what they associate, He is the One Who creates, the One Who makes, the One Who shapes, the One Who has the most excellent names. Praise Him for what is in the heavens and the earth. And He is the One Who is Mighty, the One Who is Wise).

 

Then say the first Dhikr:

 

(I seek refuge in Allah, the All-Hearing, the All-Knowing, from the temptation of the accursed shaytaan). (3x)

 

The second dhikr:

 

(I seek refuge in the perfect word of Allah (the Qur’an) from the evil of all His creatures) (3x)

 

The third dhikr:

 

(In the Name of Allah, with Whose Name there is no harm to anything on earth or in the heavens, and He is All-Hearing, All-Knowing) (3x)

 

The fourth dhikr:

 

(In the Name of Allah, the Most Compassionate, the Most Merciful, and there is no power or strength except with the help of Allah, the Most High, the Most Great) (10x)

 

The fifth dhikr:

 

(In the Name of Allah, the Most Compassionate, the Most Merciful) (3x)

 

The sixth dhikr:

 

(By mentioning the name of Allah, we seek refuge in Allah by mentioning the name of Allah, we put our trust in Allah) (3x)

 

The seventh dhikr:

 

(In the name of Allah, we believe in Allah and whoever believes in Allah has no fear) (3x)

 

The eighth dhikr:

 

(Glory be to Allah, Glory be to Allah, Glory be to Allah, Glory be to Tah). (3x)

 

The ninth dhikr:

 

(Glory be to Allah and all praise be to Him, Glory be to Allah, the Great). 3x)

 

The tenth dhikr:

 

(Glory be to Allah and all praise be to Allah, and there is no god but Allah, and Allah is the Greatest)

 

The eleventh dhikr:

 

(O Allah, the Most Merciful to His creatures, O Allah, the Most Knowledgeable of His creatures, O Allah, the Most Overseeing of His creatures, have mercy on us, O the Most Merciful, the Most Knowledgeable and the Most Overseeing) (3x)

 

The twelfth dhikr:

 

(O Allah, whose compassion never ceases, have mercy on us in all that You have ordained. Verily, You are the most gracious who never ceases. Therefore, have mercy on us and all Muslims). (3x)

 

The thirteenth dhikr:

 

(There is no god but Allah). (100x) or (70x) or (40x), and when the number is sufficient, you say :

 

(Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah s.a.w) (1x) The fourteenth dhikr:

 

(Allah is for us the best of protectors). (7x) Fifteenth dhikr:

 

(O Allah, bestow mercy upon Muhammad, O Allah bestow mercy and well-being upon him). (1x) The sixteenth dhikr:

 

(I ask forgiveness from Allah). (11x), then say :

 

(I repent to Him). (1x) The seventeenth dhikr:

 

(O Allah, by your grace, we ask to be granted husnul-khotimah) (3x). finished.

 

Then he said: “After that, an addition to his recitation is the word of Allah SWT :

 

(They pray): Forgive us, O Lord, and to you is the return. Allah does not burden anyone except according to his ability. He gets the reward (of the good) that he works for and he gets the punishment (of the evil) that he does, (They pray): “O our Lord, do not punish us if we forget or make mistakes. O our Lord, do not impose on us the same heavy burden that you imposed on those who were before us. O our Lord, do not impose on us what we cannot bear. Forgive us, forgive us, have mercy on us. You are our helper, so help us against those who disbelieve) (OS.Albagarah : 285-286 And I have explained part of it with my saying “The one who is going to start reciting this Raatib should recite the last three verses of Surah Alhsyr, and will be explained by a well-known hadith about its virtues, and the verse is in the content of the Raatib”, and no one can tell like the All-Knowing One (Alkhabiir).

 

Then he said: “After completing the recitation of the Raatib, followed by reciting: until the end of Surah Albagarah then, I called some of the congregation consisting of people ahlil-inshaaf (people who are aware of the meaning of this Raatib) who have advantages, so they have responded to my call and practiced it. May they be richly rewarded in His sight.

 

(DHIKR OF TAWHID)

 

“It is recommended that after the recitation of the Raatib, the Dhikr of Tawheed”. This Dhikr has been practiced by Sayyidina Umar in the first Juz of this Book, namely that one should say : ,

 

– (There is no God but Allah, Muhammad the Messenger of Allah). (3x).

 

Then say:

 

– (There is no god but Allah). (5x).

 

Then say:

 

– (Allah – Allah) (25). It should not be reduced, but if it is reduced or increased, there is nothing wrong with it.

 

Then apply:

 

(There is no God but Allah, Muhammad the Messenger of Allah) (3x).

 

Then say: 

 

(Only Allah, He). (5 times) This number is based on effort and is not a requirement. If you increase it, the reward will increase, and if you decrease it, the reward will decrease.

 

he who does a zarrah’s weight of good, he will see it. And whoever does an evil deed, even as heavy as a zarrah, he will also see his reward (OS. Az-zalzalah: 7-8)

 

 (TIME TO RECITE RAATIB)

 

As for the time of reciting this Raatib, it is the practice of those who came before and those who came after, and it is after the ‘Isha prayer. This is what we were told by our Shaykh Alwalid Alhusein ibn ‘Umar (may Allah benefit us from him), who recited it after ‘Isa, along with some of his companions.

 

As for the month of Ramadan, it is before the prayer that is aga, there is no time to spare. (I said): “It is best for those who are eager to attain virtue to recite this Raatib in the morning and evening, because the dhikr derived from the Sunnah is actually for the morning and evening, according to our research from the book of hadiths, the titles of which will be explained below, Insha Allah.

 

(RECITATION OF FATIHAH AFTER RECITATION OF RAATIB)

 

Once the recitation of the Raatib is complete, then recite :

 

(Fatihah) is addressed to the spirit of Sayyidinal Fagih Almugaddam Muhammad bin Ali Baa’lwi, his forefathers, his descendants and all the Saadah of the Baa’Alwi family wherever they may be, and all the Guardians of Allah from the East to the West, may Allah raise their ranks and benefit us with their blessings and protect us with their protection in this world and the Hereafter,.

 

(The second Fatihah) is addressed to Sayyidina Abdurrahman ibn Agil and Sayyidina Shabibur-raatib Umar ibni Abdirrahman and Sayyidinaa . Agil ibn Abdurrahman and Sholeh ibn Abdurrahman and Husein ibn Umar and their grandfathers and the progeny of Sayyidina Umar and those who seek refuge with him and his descendants throughout the hemisphere, may Allah forgive them, observe them, exalt their degrees and grant us their secrets in this world and the Hereafter….

 

(Third Fatihah): May Allah: improve the affairs of the Muslims, send rain upon them and make it abundant, reduce the price of their goods, heal those who are sick from them, correct their judges and their rulers, extinguish the fire of fitnah both visible and hidden, May Allah make us and you among those whose deeds are accepted and guide us and you to the things that are pleasing in speech and deed, and may He keep us and you from mistakes and omissions.

 

(The fourth Alfatihah): If the Raatib is recited in a place or in a mosque or in a house, then the Fatihah is recited for the people who built those places, for the people who gave alms for the building, for the people who pray in it, for the people who strive for virtue, May Allah accept their deeds and make them sincere deeds for the sake of Allah, the Most Gracious, which leads to the blissful paradise or for the owner of the place, may Allah help him, accept his deeds, ease his affairs, improve his situation, forgive his parents and give him whatever he wants in this world and the Hereafter. He may add or subtract according to the circumstances in the order of the alfatihah as he pleases, but it should be lightened. After that, they should pray together, and when they have finished, they should shake hands with each other while reciting Salawat to the Prophet (peace be upon him).

 

THE FIRST DHIKR AND ITS COMMENTARY

 

From here Sayyidina Umar AP attas starts with isti’aadzah (asking for protection) which comes first. Therefore he said:

 

(I seek refuge in Allah, the All-Hearing, the All-Knowing, from the temptation of the accursed shaytaan) (3x)

 

Asshaykh ‘Ali ibn ‘Abdillah Baaros said in his Syarah: “He has characterized Allah with these two isms, namely .   (Allah, the All-Hearing, the All-Knowing). These two attributes encompass both the realm of the unseen and the realm of reality because :   (the ism of the All-Knowing) clarifies the “greatest ism” in the realm of the unseen, then he said that : (There are five realms of the unseen: the unseen in the realm of angels (rack) (the unseen in the realm of Allah’s power).   (the unseen in the heavens) (the unseen in the Throne).   (“All of His attributes regarding the attributes of Allah will be revealed by the evidence of His creation as a whole”,

 

He said: “As for the shaitan, he is a clever creature who deals with subtle and gross matters. He is far from the mercy of Allah, he is the one who causes temptations and disasters, and he is the one who is expelled from His side, he is in a position of humiliation and cursing and we ask to be kept away from his crimes, from his tricks, his seduction and his lures through the heart.

 

(A DISCUSSION ON SEEKING PROTECTION FROM THE ACCURSED SHAYTANS AS INSTRUCTED BY THE QUR’AN)

 

 

As for Al Aayaat according to the words of Allah the Glorious:

 

(And if you are afflicted by any temptation of the shaytaan, then seek refuge in Allah. Verily, Allah is All-Hearing, All-Knowing) (OS. Al-a’raaf:200).

 

(When you recite the Qur’an, seek refuge with Allah from the accursed shaitan. Verily, the shaitan has no power over those who believe and put their trust in their Lord). (OS.An-nahl: 98-99)

 

(And say: O Lord, I seek refuge in You from the whispering, whispering of the devils and I seek refuge in You O my Lord from their coming upon me). (OS. Almu’minun: 97-98),

 

(And when you recite the Qur’an, we will certainly put between us and those who do not believe in the Hereafter a closed wall) (OS. Al-lIsra: 45) Some scholars have said that the words of Allah Ta’ala .

 

Until His words 1) 40 and His words “

 

(If they turn away (from faith), then say:” Allah is sufficient for me; there is no god but Him. Only to Him do I put my trust, and He is the Lord of the Great Throne). (OS.A ttaubat:129)

 

These two verses are to drive away the accursed jinn and shaytans, and to make them fearful.

 

If you write (the verse) for a person who is afraid of fantasies that corrupt the soul, then those fantasies will disappear by themselves with the help of Allah SWT.

 

(WHICH COMES FROM THE HADITH)

 

(As for Al-ahaadith according to the words of the Prophet s.a.w is :

 

(From Ibn Abbas r.a. he has said:” The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said. “The shaytan always dwells in the heart of the son of Adam, when (the son of Adam) remembers Allah, the shaytan retreats, and if he forgets, he whispers bad things.”) (Issued by: Albukhari)

 

(Abi Hurairah r.a. reported: “The Messenger of Allah said. “”When the call to prayer is made, the shaitan flees with his farts so that he cannot hear the call to prayer, and when the igomat is performed, he comes and whispers between the person and his heart. He (the shaitan) says: “Remember this, remember that, remember this, while he did not remind him before, so that the person no longer knows how many raka’ats he prayed”.

 

(Al-Imam Ahmad and Thabrani narrated that the Prophet (SAW) said: “Shaitan is a wolf to mankind, just as a wolf is to a goat, he will devour the solitary one. Therefore, do not be scattered and congregate in the mosque.” In another narration: The shaytan will come to one of you in all your affairs, so that when he is eating, so if a morsel of food falls, then clean up the dirt and eat it, and do not leave it for the shaytan).

 

(Al-Imam Annawawi said from ibnis-sunny and others from the “Scholars with their sanad from Ma’gal ibni Yasaar r.a. from the Prophet s.a.w. who said: “Whoever says in the morning 3x

 

(I seek refuge in Allah, the All-Hearing, the All-Knowing, from the temptation of the accursed shaytaan) and say three verses of Surah Alhasyr, then Allah will send 70,000 angels who will ask for mercy for him until the evening, and if he dies on that day, he will die as a martyr. If he dies on that day, he will die as a martyr. And whoever says it in the evening, he will also get that position).

 

(THE SECRET OF THE NUMBER AND FINAL RECITATION OF SURAH AL-HASR BEFORE RECITING THE RATIB).

 

Asshaykh ‘Ali ibn Abdillah Baroos said: ‘ For this famous phrase, which consists of several virtues and examples taken from the reliable source of Al-hadith, Sayyidina Umar has chosen the number of this Raatib saying three times, three times because it came from his grandfather s.a.w as I have stated as a “reminder” (not to be forgotten) of it. And also as a direction for the end of the Fasal:  

 

(The virtue of dhikr), then will come the explanation and therefore also I added the last verses of Surah Alhasyr at the beginning of Raatib which should be recited before Raatib begins, namely the Word of Allah Ta’ala :

 

Therefore, you should make it a habit to recite the tersehy verses, before the “Raatib” begins according to the hadith of the Messenger of Allah s.a.w.:

 

(Whoever recites the end of “Alhasyr” will have his previous and future sins forgiven by Allah)

 

(Al-Imam Annawawi said: “It has been narrated in the Book of Ibnus-Sunny from Anas r.a that the Prophet (peace be upon him) told a man: “When you go to sleep, recite Surah Alhasr”. He said: “If you die (that night), you will be martyred or he said: “Among the people of Paradise”.

 

And he was asked about:

 

(He said to the questioner: “You should recite the end of Surah Alhsyr.” He recited it many times. (Reported by Atstsa’labi, quoted by al-Habshi in al-Barokah).

 

So understand it well, and you will be honored and fortunate:

 

(RETURN TO SPEECH / ISTI’ADZAH)

 

In Sahih Bukhari and Muslim from Sulaiman bin Ash-shard r.a.In has said: “Once I was sitting with the Prophet s.a.w.and there were two (two) men who were angry, one of them had reddened his face and gnashed his jaw, so the Prophet s.aw. said:

 

(Verily, I know of a phrase which, if uttered, (by the angry person) will certainly remove what is happening to him (i.e.) if he says: .

 

(I seek refuge in Allah from the temptation of the accursed shaytaan) will cease what is happening to him. They said to him: “The Prophet said: ‘Seek refuge with Allah from the accursed shaitan. Then he said: ” Do I have madness?”).

 

(In Sahih Bukhari rahimahulloohu Ta’ala, the Prophet (SAW) said about his Lord (who said):” As long as a servant draws close to Me with good deeds, I will love him, and if I love him, then I will be his sight with which he looks-I will be his hand with which he strikes-I will be his foot with which he walks and if he seeks My protection, I will protect him and if he seeks My help, I will help him).

 

(Ali ibn Abi Talib r.a. reported that the Messenger of Allah s.a.w. said at the end of his Witr prayer:  (O Allah, I seek refuge in Your pleasure from Your wrath, and seek refuge in Your forgiveness from Your punishment and seek refuge in You from Your wrath, I cannot count the praises of Your Essence as You have praised Your Essence) (Reported by Ash-habussunsr).

 

(The Prophet (SAW) said: “If one of you gets angry, then he says :   (I seek refuge in Allah) then his anger will be calmed).

 

(THE TRICKS OF THE DEVIL ON PEOPLE)

 

(From Jabir r.a. he said: “The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said. “”Verily, a woman (when) facing is like the likeness of the devil and (when) turning away is like the likeness of the devil (seductive), so if one of you is attracted to something from a woman, he should immediately go to his wife, because such a thing will drive away the turmoil that is in him).” (Reported by Abu Dawud and Turmudzi) Abullaits Assamargandi said: “In ancient times a man said to Iblis: “I want to be like you”. Iblis said: “Abandon prayer and do not swear in truth”. This shows that the creature cursed by Allah (blis), had hinted to the man that he should have two traits, with which he had been expelled and cursed, namely:

 

(The first): Did not bow down to Adam a.s.

 

(The second): He first swore by the Name of Allah falsely, because of his desire to deceive Adam a.s and Eve.

 

He showed them the khuldi tree with a deception, saying that it was one of those who give advice, so that they would believe him, because they thought that no one who swears by the Name of Allah lies.

 

(From Abi Sa’id r.a. he said:” The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said: “If one of you yawns, let him cover his mouth with the palm of his hand, for the sheta will enter (if it is not covered). (HR. Imam Muslim)

 

(Abi Hurairah r.a. reported: “Once the Messenger of Allah (s.a.w.) said :  

 

(O Allah, I seek refuge with You from hunger, for it is the worst of companions at bedtime, and I seek refuge with You from betrayal, for it is the worst of close friends). (HR.Abu Dawud with saheeh sanad)

 

(From Al-Imam Al-Auza’ii that he said: There has appeared before me a shadow that makes me fear from it, Inlu I said:

 

(I seek refuge with Allah from the accursed shaitan. By mentioning the Name of Allah, the Most Merciful, the Most Merciful). So he (the shadow) said: “You have sought refuge with the Most High.” Then he vanished from me. Verily, you have sought refuge with the Most High.” Then it vanished from me,)

 

(Imam Muslim has narrated in his Saheeh: “Whoever seeks refuge with Allah from the devils 10 times a day, (reciting ta’awwudz), Allah will send an Angel to him to drive away the devils.”)

 

(Abi Dzarrin r.a. reported: “The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said: “Have you sought refuge with Allah from the shaytans of the jinn and the shaytans of men?”. I said: “O Messenger of Allah, does man have (many) shaytans?” He said: “Yes, they do; in fact, they are more evil than the shaytans of the jinn”.

 

(Malik bin Diinaar has said:” Verily, the devils of men are more evil to me than the devils of the jinn. When I seek refuge in Allah, the devils of the jinn leave me, while the devils of men come to me and draw me into sin.” (Malik ibn Diinaar said: “The devils of men are more evil to me than the devils of the jinn.”)

 

(The Prophet (s.a.w.) said: “If one of you sees a dream that he likes, it is from Allah, and he should not speak of it except to those he loves. And if he sees a dream that he dislikes, then it is from the devil, so let him seek refuge with Allah from his evil and not tell anyone about it because it is not harmful to him). (HIR. Albukhari) Some scholars have said that the words:

 

 (seek refuge in Allah) i.e. one should say:

 

(I seek refuge in Allah, the Lord of Moses, Jesus, Abraham who kept his promise and Muhammad (peace be upon him) the chosen one from the evil I saw in my dream, may there be no harm to me in my religion, my world and my hereafter. Glorious is the protection of Allah, great is the praise of Allah, and holy is the name of Allah).

 

(Thus it is mentioned in :   (Faidah): It is good to explain here a prayer which is really :   (The one who recites it when going to sleep will see true and beneficial dreams. This is what Al-Imam Annawawi has quoted in “Al-adzkaar” from St. Aisha r.a. that when she would go to sleep she would say:

 

(O Allah, I ask You to show me a dream that is good and not bad, a dream that is true and not false, a dream that is beneficial and not harmful). And they knew that if St. Aisha r.a. had said that prayer, she would not speak another word until Fajr or until she woke up at night.

 

Therefore, make it a habit to pray this prayer when going to sleep, because it is an amazing experience as a gift from the One Who is the Most Near and the Most Granting of prayers.

 

(Albaghawi reported that the Prophet said: “In wudhu there is a shaitan named “Alwalhaan”, so be careful about the water (Wudhu) And regarding arr, the Prophet s.a.w. said: Verily, Iblis placed his kingdom on water. Then he sends his agents (to tempt people) and the lowest among them is the one whose temptation is the greatest One of them said: “I have done such and such a thing. I have done such-and-such.” Satan said: “You have done nothing.” Then another one of them came and said: “I have done nothing.” Then another one of them came and said: “I have done nothing. Then another one of them came and said: “I did not leave that man except after I had done this and that”. I did not leave that man except after I divorced his wife”. He (the Prophet) said:” Then Iblis approached the complainant and said: “You are the best”.

 

(SEEK THE PROTECTION OF) SHAYKH MUHAMMAD BIN WASI)

 

This is the isti’aadzah of Asshaykh Alkabir (Grand Master) Muhammad ibn Waasi quoted by Hujjatul-Islam in the Syarah of Al-Ihyaa. I would like to quote what Iblis really dislikes. Muhammad bin Waasi’ used to say the isti’aadzah every day after the Fajr prayer. One day, when he was going to the mosque, he was stopped by Iblis, who said to him: “O Muhammad bin Waasi’, do you know me?” He said: “And who are you?”. And who are you?”. He (Iblis) said:” I am the accursed one.” He said: “And what is it that you want?” He said: “That you should not teach anyone any of the Ishmael.” That you may not teach anyone this isti’aadzah” and I will not hinder you forever.” Muhamad bin Waasi” said: “No by Allah, I will not prevent anyone from wanting (the isti’aadzah, and do as you wish) THIS IS THE ISti’AADZAH:

 

(O Allah. surely You have given us an enemy who can see our disgraces and can see our private parts, he and his group can see us from where we ourselves cannot see them. O Allah. give him despair of us, as You have despaired of him from Your mercy, and despair of him and us as You have despaired of him from (obtaining) Your forgiveness, and keep (the distance) between him and Your paradise.)

 

(CHAPTER ON THE MEANING OF SPEECH)

 

(I seek refuge in Allah, the All-Hearing, the All-Knowing, from the temptation of the accursed shaytaan). Know that the ma’na : (I seek refuge) is the same as the meaning: And Albukhari in his Sahih said:    (And the meaning of al-isti’aadzah (seeking refuge) is to cling to Allah). Allah says:   (When you recite the Qur’an, seek refuge with Allah from the accursed shaytan) (OS. Annahl: 98) As He says:    (When you go to prayer) – (OS.Almaa’idah :6) and :  , (and baa’ in his speech:   (with Allah) is to ask for help like the sentence: (I write with a pen). and also said :   (to attach) i.e. to Allah with Whose Essence this universe has been created, and with Whose Essence this universe has been realized.

 

(If the one who begins says: it means: “I begin by mentioning the asma of Allah, which is a knowledge (of the Deity of Allah who must exist and who is qualified to possess all the praiseworthy attributes).

 

(O Allah. verily Thou hast given us an enemy who can see our disgraces and can see our private parts, he and his group can see us and where we ourselves cannot see them. O Allah. give him despair of us, as You have despaired of him from Your mercy, and despair of him from us as You have despaired of him from (obtaining) Your forgiveness, and keep (the distance) between him and Your paradise.)

 

(THE CHAPTER ON THE MEANING OF HIS SPEECH

 

(I seek refuge in Allah, the All-Hearing, the All-Knowing, from the temptation of the accursed shaytaan). Know that the ma’na :   (I seek refuge) with the meaning of: and Albukhari is equal to one third of the Qur’an. Regarding this Surah, he also said: “Verily, Allah has divided the Qur’an into three parts, so he made it: a part of the Qur’an.

 

Annawawi said:” Algodhi Iyadh said, Almnadzin said: The meaning is that the content of the Qur’an is divided into three parts: (1) the first is about stories. (2) the second is about the law and (3) the third is about the attributes of Allah, and specifically about the attributes of one third and one part of the three parts.

 

In Muslim, SAW said. To Ubay bin Ka’bin: “What do you think is the greatest verse of the Book of Allah?”

 

He said:  (Ayatul-Kursi).

 

Annawawi said in his commentary on Sahih Muslim: “The scholars have said: “Ayat al-Kursi is superior, because it is the greatest verse, and it contains the asmas and attributes of the Godhead, Godhead, life, knowledge, kingship, power and will. He said that these seven are the origins of His asmas and attributes.

 

(THE SPECIFICITY OF THE GREAT ISM OF ALLAH SWT)

 

(Sayyidi ‘Umar also said: “It is said that this ism, namely . ismul-jalalah (the name of majesty)” is the name that has the most reward, and the most authority. As for specifically using this ism and according to Shara it is not given to anyone other than Him. And certainly neither the tongue nor the intellect would name something by that name. And Glory be to Allah, there are several attributes in this ism, namely -the Power to make things happen, and they will not happen except by His will. And that He is the One who subdues what cannot be subdued, and He is the One who is victorious over what cannot be defeated, and that no compulsion is valid except that which comes from Him, and it is not permissible to worship except to Him and not to raise a desire except to Him and there is no sense of authority except from Him, the beginning is from Him, and the end is to Him, and that He does not wait for anything that is held back and given unless it is all from Him).

 

Then Sayyidi Al’ Umari said: “A fagir should take the opportunity of a day or a moment to say “mewiridkan” (ism of the majesty of Allah) according to the method that has been recognized among the wise ( ), namely in a place that cannot be seen by creatures and tawajjuh with his heart to Allah SWT. by making himself truly a person who is in distress (fagir). And let him see that munaajaat (whispering in prayer) and devotion to Allah will not succeed except: with a sense of the supervision of the One who is hag, namely Allah on him. Had it not been for Allah’s blessings upon him, he would not be in the state he is in today. The words of Allah ta’ala:   (And. be patient with those who invoke their Lord in the morning and evening in hope of His pleasure) (OS. Alkahfi: 28) Then he will get what he wants immediately. Indeed, the one who knocks at the door to enter will be called out: “O you, if you turn your back on your Lord, where will you go? And if you do not ask Him, then whom do you hope for?” (OS: 28). Do you know of anyone from whom you do not need His door, or of anyone who can protect you other than His Essence? Everything is close to His power and bears witness to His permanence, the signs of His solitude in His creation have appeared and the proofs of the lack of other than Him have spoken, so it is not worthy for you to be in humiliation unless you ask for glory from the Most Glorious.

 

(As for His words ma’nanya (He hears all speech), (He knows all things), then they are both floating, noble asma’s that encompass what is impossible to separate by ijmaal (general consensus). And they have been widely invoked in order to rid oneself of all that is troubling, to ask for strength, to ask for maintenance and to ask for guardianship. This can be understood through understanding the meaning of the verses and hadiths of the Prophet (peace be upon him). – Allah SWT. has said as a reminder of His guarantee regarding the sustenance of all creatures both on earth and in the sky.

 

(And how many animals do not bring their own sustenance). It is Allah who provides for you, and He is All-Hearing, All-Knowing. (OS.AP’ankabut: 60)

 

(So Allah will preserve you from them. And He is the All-Hearing, the All-Knowing) (OS.Albagarah: 137).

 

(Muhammad said to them: “My Lord knows all the words of the heavens and the earth, and He is the All-Hearing, the All-Knowing).” (OS.Al Anbiyaa’ : 4)

 

(FAIDAH):

Asma Allah Ta’ala” its efficacy is the fulfillment of prayers Whoever recites it on Thursday 500 times after dhuha, his prayers will be answered.

 

In the Sharh by Ash-Shaikh Zarug and others it is stated that His ism – its efficacy is to gain knowledge and insight. Whoever is accustomed to it will gain knowledge of Allah’s rights in the way that He deserves. In the book by Shaykh Abil-Khair Ash-sharji (rahimahullah) he said:” It was narrated from Allaits ibn Sa’d that he said: “I saw ‘Uqbah ibn Nafi’ blind, then I saw that he could see. Then I asked: “With what did Allah restore your sight to you?” He said to me: I was given it while I was sleeping, and someone said to me: “Say

 

(O Essence of the Nearest, O Essence of the Most Merciful, O Essence of the Hearing of prayers, O Essence of the Most Merciful for those who wish, restore my sight to me). Then I said the du’a, and Allah restored my sight.

 

(EXORCISM OF THE DEVIL AND HIS DEMONS)

 

As for His words:   (of the accursed shaitan) is Iblis, he belongs to the jinn as Allah says:

 

(And (remember) when We said to the angels:” Bow down to Adam”, so they bowed down except Iblis. He was of the jinn, so he disobeyed the command of his Lord). (OS. Alkahfi:50)

 

The jinn are Allah’s creatures created from a very hot fire, as Allah SWT says:

 

(and He created the jinn from a flame of fire) (OS. Arrahman:15)

 

As for Iblis, he was previously called Azazil in Suryani and Alharith in Arabic, but after he disobeyed Allah’s command, his name and appearance changed, and he was called Iblis, because he had despaired of Allah’s mercy, which in Arabic means:  As for the shaitan, it consists of the jinn and humans who are disobedient. The name shaitan itself is taken from the original word which means: a well whose bottom is very far away, then named shaiton because of his immersion in evil and away from good.

 

(Al-lmam Annawawi said: “Shaitan is all the disobedient jinn, and his nun is original. Some say that his nun is an “excess”, the former is derived from the word: meaning: away, and the latter is derived from the word : 

means to burn and perish.

 

As for: meaning those who are stoned/stoned with a burning star, as He said:

 

(And We made the stars the instruments of the devils). (OS.Almulku: 5)

 

The scholars have said that the cursed devil “originated (from a disbelieving creature) who deserved misery and then despaired of Allah’s mercy.” And in the beginning, the scholars have differed in opinion. There are those who say that the devil is included in the family of angels, and when there was a war between the jinn, at that time the devil was still a child, he had worshiped Allah SWT. with a heart (diligent and diligent), then he increased with the angels, even exceeded them, because he was very obedient with perfect adab to God. Then Allah SWT gave him authority over this nature so that he felt proud of himself for this gift of Allah. Then he was tested by Allah SWT, namely with the presence of Adam a.s.

 

Allah SWT had commanded the angels to bow down to Adam a.s. but he himself disobeyed and refused to bow down to him. Because of his attitude, he was expelled and kept away from the presence of Allah SWT, then he felt hopeless from obtaining His mercy and pleasure.

 

When Allah SWT. ordered the Angels to prostrate to Adam a.s. as a sign of respect and obedience to His orders, then they simultaneously obeyed Him, then bowed down all of them except Iblis. because of his arrogance, he was reluctant to obey his Lord’s orders and included him from those who disbelieved. Allah’s Word:

 

(I am better than him, You created me from fire while he You created from earth). (OS. Al-a’raaf: 15)

 

He was the first creature to disobey Allah’s command because of his pride. He had argued against Allah with a bad and corrupt argument, and this was the beginning of evil, opposition, disbelief, doubt, division and hypocrisy. May Allah grant us perfect health. As for what caused Iblis to be tormented, ostracized, expelled and cursed, it was because he said: “I am superior to him”. I am superior to him (Adam), because You, O Allah, created me from fire while he You created from earth, and fire is better than earth.

 

(Ibn ‘Abbaas r.a.) said: “The first one who compared things was the devil, but he was wrong. So whoever likens a religious matter to his own opinion is associated with the devil. Ibn Sairin said: “The sun is not worshipped except through likening”.

 

(THE PRIMACY OF EARTH OVER FIRE)

 

Muhammad bin Jarir has said: “The evil creature (the devil) has thought that fire is better than earth, while he himself does not know the superiority of earth. Allah SWT. has bestowed superiority on earth over fire.

 

The scholars of wisdom have said: “The earth has superiority over fire in various aspects, including: the gem of the earth is of good quality, authoritative stoicism, patience and it was the earth that prayed for Adam after obtaining happiness and then obtaining repentance, humility (tawadhu) and humility that bequeathed him guidance and choice.

 

As for the jewel of fire, there is dryness and soaring, and it was the fire that prayed for Iblis after obtaining misery, then acquiring the trait of arrogance and defiance that bequeathed him curse and misery.

 

The earth is the cause of the gathering of all things, while fire is the cause of the dispersion of all things, and the earth is also the cause of life, because of which trees and plants can live and grow, while fire is the cause of destruction and because of this it has also caused great sins because of which it was expelled, hated and deprived of devotion and removed from the presence of Allah SWT,Then he came down to earth to occupy the sea and made a kind of bed and chair to show himself as the Most True, the Most Great, then he went up to several layers of heaven and the realm of angels to spy and find out secrets.

 

And after he was expelled by Allah SWT. from a special worship, he requested from the Most Righteous that he be deferred to live long in this mortal world, as He said:

 

(Iblis said: “O my Lord, (if that is so), then give me respite until the day (man) is resurrected. Allah said: “If so, then indeed you are among those who are given a respite, until the day (a) predetermined time (OS.Alhijr: 36-38) then his request was granted by Allah SWT, the Most Gracious, his life was suspended until the day of the resurrection of man (doomsday), and he was made the leader of evil. Then because of his mistake, namely having deceived Adam and Hawwa, finally by the will of Allah SWT, they were all expelled from heaven and sent down to earth, as Allah Ta’ala said: .

 

(Get you down! Some of you are enemies to others and for you there is a dwelling place on earth and the pleasure of living until an appointed time). (Albagarah: 36)

 

(THE ENMITY OF THE SHAYTAN TOWARD MAN)

 

Allah SWT has told us about the enmity of shaytaan towards us. Therefore, we should make it our enemy. Allah says:

 

(Verily, the devil is an enemy to you, so consider him your enemy). (OS. Faathir: 6)

 

(O son of Adam, do not be deceived by the devil as he has led your mothers and fathers out of Paradise) (OS. Al-araaf: 27)

 

(Should you take him and his progeny as leaders apart from Me, while they are your enemies? .Very bad is Iblis as a substitute (Allah) for the wrongdoers) (OS. Alkahfi: 50)

 

(Verily, secret talk is from the devil, so that the believers may grieve, but it does not cause them any harm except by the permission of Allah, and it is to Allah that the believers should put their trust). (OS. Almujaadalah: 10)

 

The cursed devil had sworn to himself that he would antagonize all the children and grandchildren of Adam a.s according to the words of Allah SWT in Surah Al-a’raaf verses 16-17 as follows:

 

(Since You have sent me astray, I will indeed (obstruct) them from Your straight path, then I will come upon them from the front, from the back, from their right, from their left. And You will not find most of them thankful (ta’at). (OS. A-A’raaf: 16-17)

 

May Allah SWT. with His power to subdue, protect and maintain us, with the secrets of His asma’Nya zhabir and bathin. Ameen.

 

(It has been narrated in a hadith from Abi Hurairah r.a. he said: “The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said: “If a son of Adam recites” 3 Am.Ji (the sign of the command to prostrate in the Qur’an) then he prostrates, then step aside the shaitan while crying he said: “Oh woe is me, he (the son of Adam) is commanded to prostrate so he prostrates, then for him heaven, while I am commanded to prostrate and then I disobey Him, then for me hellfire).

 

(GUARD YOURSELF FROM THE SHAITAN BY RECITING THE QUR’AN)

 

Shaykh Abdulwahhab Ash-Shafi’ronii said in his book “We have generally taken a pledge from the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) that we will protect ourselves from the devil every time we go to sleep, namely sleeping with ablution both inside and out and with dhikr from both the Qur’an and the Sunnah, so whoever sleeps with hadats and without reciting dhikr, he will not be free from the devil and will be whispered to.He will be whispered to sleep a lot and will be shown bad and despicable dreams so that he will become sad until he wakes up. Therefore, sleep on the basis of purity (wudhu first) so as not to be disturbed / toyed with by the shaykh. Then he (Ash-shaykh Abdul-Wahhaab) said:” I heard the specificity of Sayyidi Ali, he said:” Indeed, the one who feels fearful in his sleep is the one who neglects the remembrance of Allah SWT. when he is still awake and he feels fear from creatures. As for the one who remembers Allah a lot, he will be pleased with everything, and he will be pleased by everything whether it is a creature that can speak (humans) or that cannot speak. Therefore, do it, my brother, according to the purity of your heart so that you do not fear anyone except Allah SWT. Otherwise, you will always be overwhelmed by the fear of the jinn, humans, etc. and you will not feel the least bit happy with them.

 

Then he said: “In my house there is a woman from the jinn, and every time she comes near me, my hair wakes up, then I think of Allah, then immediately, she moves away from me. Then she came out of my house and stood on my way to the mosque in a dark place, and I was afraid of her again, but I passed by her saying : ……….. “Asalamu’alaikum” and I did not feel the slightest trembling, whereas according to custom, humans will feel trembling if they meet a jinn.

 

He also said: “Once a group of jinn stayed in my house during a famine, so I prepared food for them and said: “Eat this bread and other food, but do not disturb my Muslim brothers!”. Then, I heard them reply: (we listen and we obey your commands). .

 

After many incidents that occurred with them (the jinn) Asshay’roni said: “Many incidents happened to me with the jinn and in fact what I am mentioning here, is nothing but for you to know that the one who recites the wirid that is sourced both from the Qur’an and the Assunnah (Alhadith) as a practice in the morning and evening, will prevent the disturbance of jinn and humans. If I had not practiced those wirids, I would have been afraid of the Jinn. Therefore, practice the recitation of the wirid, may Allah SWT. protect you.

 

(IT IS DANGEROUS TO MAKE FRIENDS WITH THE JINN)

 

He (Asysya’ronii) said in the Book:   “If someone asks:” Is making friends with the jinn blameworthy or praiseworthy?”. The answer is: “It is blameworthy and not praiseworthy”. He said: ” Whoever among the scholars of spirituality feels that he is friends with the jinn is ignorant, because most of the jinn are curious about the secrets of others, as are the ungodly humans.

 

As for the wise man, he is the one who flees from the jinn as he flees from the wicked, and I do not see anyone who associates with them gaining any virtue. That is because their origin is fire and fire moves a lot. So, the jinn are faster than fire in slandering those who are associated with them, because they have gathered with ungodly humans who want to know people’s private parts. And that does not happen to people of understanding.

 

He (Asysya’roni) said: “Asysyaikh Muhyiddilin Ibn’Aroby said in Chapter 51 of the Book:    “Not a single human being who associates with the jinn gains a single sentence of knowledge about Allah from them, because they are by nature the most ignorant creatures about Allah and His attributes. He (Asysyaikh Muhyiddiin) said:” Perhaps we, sitting on them (from the human race) will fantasize about what is told in this universe and what happens in the realm of this realm. All these events occur solely because of the mercy of Allah SWT. And there is no way that they (the jinn) can tell their human seatmates anything about the secrets of plants, stones, rocks, isms and letters, and they gain nothing but knowledge that is reprehensible to Shara”.

 

(PLACES WHERE SHAYTAAN ENTERS THE HEART)

 

Hujjatul-Islam said in al-Ihyaa’ about the explanation of “The places where the shaytaan enters the heart”: “Know that the heart is likened to a fortress, and the shaytaan is the enemy who enters the fortress, wants to possess it and control it.

 

And no one is able to secure the fortress from the enemy’s attack, except by guarding its doors strictly, and no one can guard its doors, except after he knows the location of the doors.

 

Protecting the heart from the damage caused by the shaytaan is obligatory; in fact, it is fardhu ain for every mukallaf servant of Allah. Among the great entry points of the shaytaan are: envy and greed.

 

And with these two attributes, Iblis was cursed, and he became a cursed shaitan.   Then (anger and lust)

 

Anger is the boiling of the mind. and if someone is angry. then he will be played by the shaitan like a child playing with a ball. Then (Love of beautifying oneself with clothes, household appliances and houses).If the shaitan sees in a person the trait (beautification), then he will breed in that person, so that the person will forget himself, forget about Allah SWT. and finally become negligent to Him. Then :   (satiety and fondness for food). Although the food is halal and clean, but the feeling of satiety will strengthen lust, and it is a weapon of the shaitan that will make the person lazy, fond of sleeping, obeying his lust and heavy worship.   Then:   (The nature of haste and the absence of determination in a matter). The Prophet said:   (Haste comes from the devil, while calmness comes from Arrahman – the Most Merciful God). Then:   (dirham and dinar money in Arab countries) and all kinds of property, such as gold, silver, livestock, houses, land, etc.). Everything that exceeds one’s need for food is the dwelling place of the shaytaan and will drag one into other problems, so that he will fall into the depths of Hell.

 

Then:   (miserliness and fear of falling into poverty) This is the trait that prevents a person from giving alms and charity, the cause that leads the person to hoard goods, property, money and others, which in the end he is threatened by Allah with a very painful punishment as stated in the Qur’an Then :

 

(The bigotry of the madhhab, the lust, the envy of the enemy. To mention their shortcomings, to look at them with contempt and disdain, and that is what harms the wicked and the people of worship.

 

Therefore, Sayyiduna Abubakar Siddig r.a. plugged his mouth with a pebble to prevent him from uttering words that were not important to him.

 

Then:   (prejudice against the Muslims). Allah Ta’ala says:

 

(O you who believe, avoid most of the prejudices, for most of them are sins).(OS.Alhujuraat : 12) Whoever accuses another person of a crime just because of prejudice, then he will be sent by the shaitan as a person who extends his tongue with (gossip), then woe to him because it will reduce the rights of that person, or reluctant to respect him and look at him with a look of contempt then he will see himself better than that person.

 

Therefore, let one guard against prejudice and accusations. Indeed, an evil person will think that others are evil like him. Then he (Hujjatul-Islam) said:” What can prevent the devil?” Is it enough for the remembrance of Allah and one’s speech:   (“There is no power or strength except through the help of Allah”? You should know that the treatment/prevention for this is to close the doors to the shaytaan by purifying the heart of its destructive qualities. And that takes a long time to mention. But if you have removed the foundations of the despicable qualities from your heart, then the shaitan will not be able to stay, he will just pass by and what can prevent the shaitan from passing by is the dhikr of Allah Ta’ala. The remembrance of Allah, may He be glorified and exalted, is the remembrance of Allah, may He be glorified and exalted. If not, then the dhikr will be just as the words of the heart that do not make an impression, do not have power over the heart and can not reject the power of the shctan on him. Therefore, Allah SWT says :

 

(Verily, those who have piety, when they are afflicted with the wassas of the shaytans, remember Allah). (OS. Al a’raaf: 201)

 

(In “Al-hyaa “Jabir bin Abdullah r.a. said:” We heard that Adam a.s. when he was brought down to the earth, said: “O my Lord, your servant (Iblis) whom you have made an enmity between me and him, if you do not help me, then I will not be able to bear him. Allah said to Adam: “No child of yours is born unless I send an angel to him.” Adam a.s. said again: “My Lord, grant me (more). Allan said:” I reward for a fault one sin, and for a virtue ten times as much as I desire”. Adam a.s. said (again): “O my Lord, increase for me (more)”. Allah SWT said: “The door of repentance is always open as long as the soul is in the body”.

 

(Iblis had said: “O my Lord, this servant of Yours (Adam a.s.) whom You have honored over me, if You do not help me, I will not be able to face him”. Allah Ta’ala says:” The devil said: “O my Lord, add to me”. Allah Ta’ala says: “You entered them (through) the place where blood flows and made their breasts your home”. Iblis said: “My Lord, add to me”. Allah Ta’ala said:” Assemble against them your horsemen and your foot soldiers and ally yourself with them in wealth and children and give them your pledge. And nothing does the devil promise them but mere deception”. (OS. Al-Israa: 64)

 

In the syarah “Alhikamn” by ibnu Ubbaad, it has been said “It has been said Sayyidi Asshaikh Abu Abdullah Alquraisyi r.a. People have complained because of a righteous man who has done good deeds, but he has no sweetness in his heart:” Then he said to the righteous man, “Because you have the daughter of Satan in you, which is the world, and let a father visit his son in his house, which is your heart, but do not worry about it because it will cause corruption.

 

(THE ESSENCE OF TAQWA)

 

(I said): “And know that the essence of tagwa is to believe in Allah, . His angels, His books. His Messengers, the Last Day, and that the good and the bad are all from Allah. And you should testify that there is no god but Allah and Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah, establish prayer, give zakat, fast in the month of Ramadan, perform hajj to the House of Allah (if you can afford it) and advise the Muslims. Do not be envious of any of them for the good that Allah has bestowed upon him, be it religious or worldly. And he is not a mu’min until he loves for his brother what he loves for himself. And one of the beauties of Islam is that one should leave behind that which is not important to him.

 

(You should not be a reviler or an envious person, and you should not be a cheater or a traitor, and you should not take anything that belongs to them, and you should not do wrong to one of the Muslims, and you should not speak words that he does not like, and you should not be prejudiced against one of the mu’minin, and you should not spend on things that are not important to you, and you should not be miserly with things that you do not need. And if you are like that and have said: then the shaitan will flee from you. May Allah guide you to the truth and guide you to the straight path, and to the friendship of the happiest of people; indeed, Allah is the best of protectors and the most powerful of all,

 

THE SECOND DHIKR AND ITS COMMENTARY

 

When Sayyiduna Umar (may Allah benefit us) asked Allah SWT for protection from shaytan, which is one of the enemies of humans with the testimony of Almalikid-dayyaan in His words:

 

Verily, the shaitan is an enemy to you, so consider him your enemy). (OS. Faathir: 6) Specifically, he sought refuge from him, then in general he sought refuge with the perfect words of Allah from the evil of all His creatures, then Allah SWT. as a refuge and sought His protection and He (Allah) is the best Protector and the best Helper, then he said:

 

(I seek refuge in the perfect words of Allah (the Qur’an) from the evil of all His creatures). 3x

 

(ARTS OF THE PERFECT KALIMATES OF ALLAH ) We add from sources that we quote from Allah and His Messenger (SAW). Allah’s Word:

 

(Say “If the sea were ink to write the words of my Lord, the sea would indeed run out before the words of my Lord were written, even if We were to add to them.”). (OS. Alkahfi: 109) And He also said:

 

(There is no one who can change the words (promises) of Allah. And surely there has come to you some of the message of the Messengers: (OS. Al an’aam: 34)

 

(So when they had thrown it down, Moses said:) “What you are doing is sorcery; surely Allah will reveal its falsity.” What you have done, that is sorcery; surely Allah will reveal its untruth.” Verily, Allah will not allow the work of those who make mischief to continue. And Allah establishes the right with His decree, though those who commit sin dislike it (OS. Yunus: 81-82).

 

(O People of the Book, come (hold) to a sentence (decree) about which there is no dispute between us and you, that we worship none but Allah). (OS. Ali – Imran: 64)

 

(Verily, the Messiah, the son of Maryam, is the Messenger of Allah and was created by His word which He spoke to Maryam, and (by the blowing of) a spirit from Him) – (OS. Annissa’: 171) (the blowing from Allah, because the blowing comes from the command of Allah)

 

(The word of your Lord (Alqur’an) is a true and just sentence. No one can change His words) (OS. Al an’aam: 115)

 

Al-Imam Annawawi said in his commentary on Saheeh Muslim:” As for the words of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him):

 

(I seek refuge in the perfect word of Allah), ma’nanya : That which is perfect is free from flaws and defects.” Some have also said: ” That which is useful and intercedes (for help). Others say that what is meant here is : The Qur’an. Some scholars have said that it is the following:

 

(Words that are beneficial, that are perfect, that heal, and that are sufficient for all from whom protection is sought).

 

The commentators have said that: are the books or shuhuf (sacred sheets) that were revealed to Prophet Idris and other Prophets. The four books are: The Torah, the Gospel, the Zabur and the Qur’an and its words, all of which were spoken by Allah to His Prophets, His Angels and others, and all of which are mentioned in the “Lauh Mahfuzh” and others.

 

(DISCUSSION OF THE SPIRIT)

 

Shikhan and Atturmudzi have narrated from ibn Mas’ud (may Allah be pleased with him) who said: “The Messenger of Allah (pbuh) passed by some Jews. Some of them said: ” Ask him about the soul, and some of them had said: “Do not ask him, so that he does not listen to you anything that you do not like”. They said: “O Abal-Qosim (the Prophet’s title) speak to us about the soul!”. Then he stood for a moment looking. Then I knew that he was having a revelation. Then he said:

 

(And they ask you about the spirit. say: “The spirit is a matter for my Lord. The spirit is a matter for my Lord, and you have been given no knowledge but a little) (OS. Al-Isra’ : 85) In the narration of Turmudzi from Ibn ‘Abbaas r.a., they said:” We have been given much knowledge and we have been given the Torah, and whoever is given the Torah has been given much knowledge, so tarun:”

 

(Say: “If the sea were ink to write the words of my Lord, the sea would indeed run out before the words of my Lord would be finished.”)

 

(Ali and ibn Abbaas r.a. reported that Ruuh was an angel who had 70,000 faces, each face had 70,000 tongues, each tongue had 70,000 languages, with all these languages, he (the angel) praised Allah. Allah, the Exalted, the Most High, created an angel from each of these angels who will fly with other angels until the Day of Judgment.

 

(Al-Hasan reported that the Arruuh is the Qur’an and this is testified to by the words of Allah, may He be glorified and exalted: “The Arruuh is the Qur’an.”

 

(And thus We revealed to you the revelation (Alqur’an) by our command). (OS: Asysyuura: 52)

 

is from His revelation and from some of the Jama’ah of exegetes:   (The soul is that by which all living things live). ,

 

(Ali ibn ‘Isa reported: “The spirit is a subtle jism like air that is found in every part of a living being: He said: “So all living things have a body and a spirit”).

 

Imam Annawawi in his book “Almajmu” has said: “Our companions said: “The soul is both male and female, and it is a subtle jism.” Ash-Shaykh Jalaluddin Assayuthi has said: “The soul is a knowledge of Allah that we ourselves do not know, so we restrict ourselves from “describing it”, as Allah says:

 

(And they ask you about spirits. Say: “Spirits are the business of my Lord”). (OS. Al-isra: 85)

 

(THIRD CHAPTER: ON THE KNOWLEDGE OF MATTER, SPIRIT AND SOUL)

 

 

 

(As for the intellect, it is a noble Nur that is finer than the spirit while the soul is the place where it becomes By and originates from, the perfect intellect that Allah first created from the Nur of His Essence, the most noble. As we have stated in the “FIRST CHAPTER” before, and the source of its work and its spirit is from the spirit of events which we have mentioned that it is the origin of all spirits and it is also: /source of commanded revelation. From there is the source of knowledge, power and divine iradat, and from there also came to the Prophet SAW. as inspiration which he spoke of and then became a revelation for him and inspiration for others. The words of Allah Ta’ala : .

 

(And thus We revealed to you the revelation (of the Qur’an) by Our command). (OS. Ash-shura: 52)

 

Therefore, we implement the As-sunnah according to the Bible, because it is a revelation that is prescribed according to His word:

 

(And he does not speak according to the whims of his lusts. His speech is nothing but revelation revealed to him).

 

So the intellect is the nurs that is inspiration and the nurs of conscience that can develop the knowledge of ma’rifah, the ability of the divine will that comes from “Ruhul Amri” which comes from Allah and then is placed on the spirit of life that Allah makes calm in the heart, which is the spirit of life in the body. ‘”

 

(So are those whose hearts Allah opens to Islam and they receive light from their Lord the same as those whose hearts are petrified) (OS. Azzumar: 22)

 

(The Prophet (SAW) said: “If the nur (guidance) enters the heart, the heart will feel happy and spacious”.

 

So the nur of reason that is inspired to man with the knowledge of ability and will, it is the nur of Allah that he puts on the heart of a mu’min.

 

Then reminded with His words:

 

(Allah (the Giver) of light (to) the heavens and the earth. The example of Allah’s light) is in the heart of the mu’min, namely N. Muhammad S.A.W. –

 

(is like an impenetrable hole),”

 

(The lamp in the glass) is the glass of his heart (and) the glass is like a star (that shines) like a pearl), i.e. the heart is compared to a pearl star that when it shines with the nur of reason, knowledge and ma’rifah, then it appears and characterizes it according to His words: –

 

(which is lit with oil from a tree of much blessing, (namely) an olive tree that grows neither to the east (of anything) nor to the west (of it), yes’ni tree of knowledge and ma’rifah planted by Allah Ta’ala in the heart of a Mu’min servant in which there is “Allah’s wisdom” and His law with which ta(servant) decides cases fairly and does not lean to the right or left, east or west.

 

(Whose oil almost illuminates even if it is not touched by fire) is what is meant by “nur ilmudan ma’rifah” which is developed by the nur of reason from the “Ruhul-Amri” of Allah, the Almighty. As for the substance being like the oil with which the lamp shines to give off its light, it is united with that kind of light, as He said:

 

(Light upon light (in layers). Allah guides to His light whom He wills, and Allah has made parables for mankind, and Allah knows all things). (OS. Azzumar: 35) This is the nature of the mind and its beautiful nuances flowing with the high wisdom of Allah, and in this case there is evidence that when the mind was created by Allah, then Allah said to him: “Face!” so he faced, and “Turn back” so he turned back. Then Allah said:” By My glory and greatness, I did not arrange you except for the one whom I love the most, Muhammad (s.a.w.), so face him. Because he asked for help for knowledge and ma’rifah from Allah, the Almighty, and turned his back, because he asked for help from the creatures according to what Allah entrusted to him. ..:

 

Then Ash-Shaikh Muhammad said:” The soul is the subtle spirit, which is very hot. The soul is the subtle spirit, which is very hot, because it has been created by Allah from the upper parts and first emerges from the perfect mind as we have stated, then it is calmed in the brain, which is the coolest and most fertile part of the body, so that its behavior is moderate.

 

He said:” The brain or, in the head is like a house of five senses made by Allah s.w.t. as the source of feelings and movements of the soul and the source of the will of Allah to man and the spiritual source of the soul from the place of descent of ruhul gudus (holy spirit) which is zhahir and is the inner revelation of Allah.

 

It was from him, as it had descended to the Prophet s.a.w. as a revelation (the descent of Alqur’anul-Kariim into his heart) before he himself heard from Jibril a.s the Word of Allah Ta’ala :

 

(he was brought down by Ar-Ruh Al-Amin (Gabriel), into your heart (Muhammad) that you may be one of those who warn) (OS. Ash-syu’araa: 193-194)

 

(Say: The Ruhul-Oudus (Gabriel) sent down the Qur’an from your Lord in truth, and it is a guide and a glad tidings for those who surrender themselves (to Allah). (OS. Annahl :102)

 

Therefore, at times the Prophet s.a.w. spoke about : Qur’an before he heard it from Gabriel a.s. Then Allah s.w.t. forbade him from that (speaking about the Qur’an before he heard it) and he heard it in his heart, from the revelation of the Ruh-Alqudus, until he heard it first with the external hearing of his heart from Gabriel a.s. that is, so that he would be sure of what Gabriel a.s. conveyed. In this way, he will be certain of the revelation of the apostolate, and it is also a clear proof of what was revealed to him (S.A.W.):

 

(And do not hasten to read the Qur’an before it is revealed to you, and say: “O my Lord, increase me in knowledge”). (OS.Thaahaa:114)

 

Then Asshaikh Muhammad said: “The basis of the soul’s actions is that Allah SWT. has made it an intermediary spirit between the spirit (the real one) and the body. So its lower edge is connected to the brain of the body, which is the beginning of the senses, and its upper edge is connected to the soul. Therefore the soul will be calm in some circumstances because of its connection with the body which is calm -when it is not moving. And sometimes it moves when it wills because of its connection with the first spirit of life. Given the complexity of this spirit issue, we should limit ourselves to the words of Allah SWT:

 

(And they ask you about spirits. Say: “The spirit is a matter for my Lord, and you have been given no knowledge but a little”). (OS. Al-Israa: 85)

 

(TALK ABOUT MU’AWWADZATAIN AND TA’AWWUDZ)

 

(It has been narrated from the s.a.w. that: whoever recites mu’awwadzatain (Oul-a’uudzu birabbil falag and Oul-a’uudzu birabbinnaasi) and Suuratulikhlas (Oul-huwallahu ahad) three times in the morning and three times in the evening, they are sufficient (protection) for him from everything).

 

(In Sahih Bukhari and Muslim it is also mentioned from Aisha r.a. that the Prophet (s.a.w.) when going to sleep every night, pressed his palms together, then blew on them and recited: QUL-HUWALLAHU AHAD, and QUL-A’UUDZU BIRABBIL FALAQ and QUL-A’UUDZU BIRABBINNAAS, then wiped his palms all over his body, starting from his head, face and the face of his body. He does this several times).

 

(Al-Imam Annawawi said in his book “Al-Adzkaar” has narrated Muslim and Muwaththo” Maalik and the book of Atturmudzi and others, from: Khaulah bint Hakiim r.a. who said: “I heard the Messenger of Allah s.a.w. say: “Whoever stops by a house and says :   (I seek refuge with the perfect words of Allah (the Qur’an) from the evil of all His creatures), then nothing will harm him until he leaves that house.)

 

(From a hadith narrated by Abu Dawud and Atturmudzi, and said : Hasan and Annasa’i and Alhakim, while Atturmudzi’s wording is that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “When any one of you feels fear in his sleep, let him say :

 

(I seek refuge in the perfect words of Allah (the Qur’an) from His wrath, from His punishment, from the evil of His servants and from the whispers of the devils (as well as) from their presence in me). Al-Imam Annawawi also said: “It has been narrated in the Book of Ibnus-sunny from Muhammad bin Yahya bin Hibbaan that Kholid Alwalid r.a. used to have trouble sleeping. So he reported to the Prophet (peace be upon him) and he instructed him to “awwudz” at the time of his sleep (with the perfect phrase of Allah from His wrath, from the evil of His servants and from the whispers of the devils and from their presence on him). The Prophet’s words:

 

(Guard yourselves from the fire of hell (by giving alms even with a single date, and if you do not find dates, then with a kind word). This hadeeth indicates that charity is the best means of salvation. If a person does not find anything to give in charity, then his charity is the remembrance of Allah, may He be glorified and exalted:

 

(To Him belong the good sayings) (OS.Fathir: 10) A0… and it has been narrated in the tafsir that the words: and others are included in dhikr. In fact, the charity of a rich person is better than his dhikr, because of his miserliness towards wealth. And the dhikr of a poor person is better than his charity, if he has no wealth to give in charity. The Prophet (s.a.w.) said: .

 

(The best jihad is the right word in the face of an unjust ruler). S.a.w. said:

 

(Whoever fights with the aim of making “Allah’s word supreme”.) He is fighting in the way of Allah (fii sabiilillah).

 

(In Albaghawi’s commentary with a chain to Ja’far Ash-shadig from his father Muhammad Albagir r.a., he said:” We went to Jabir bin Abdullah and I said: “Tell me about the hajj of the Messenger of Allah (s.a.w.). Then he described the story of the “farewell hajj” (farewell hajj) until mentioning the sermon of the day of Arafat. He said: “The Apostle of Allah S.A.W. said: “Let you all fear Allah in taking care of your wives, for you have taken them with the trust of Allah, and you have made “their honor” lawful with the word of Allah, and let you forbid them to bring someone you do not like into your room. And if they do so, then beat them with a blow that does not harm.

 

And you have an obligation to clothe them with good (gifts). I have left you something that if you all hold fast to it, you will not be lost forever, namely the Book of Allah (Al-gur’an). And you ask about me, then what will you say?.

 

They said: “We bear witness that you have conveyed, implemented and advised”. Then he said with his forefinger raised towards the sky (then) pointed it at the people: “O Allah, bear witness! O Allah, bear witness! O Allah, bear witness!” (three times). 3x (three times).

 

CLOSING

REGARDING THE COMMANDMENTS THAT WERE PERFECTLY EXECUTED BY PROPHET IBRAHIM (PEACE BE UPON HIM).

 

Allah’s Word:

 

(And (remember) when Abraham was tested by his Lord with a few words (commands and prohibitions), and Abraham fulfilled them) (OS. Albagarah: 124). The scholars have said that there are ten behaviors (commandments and prohibitions): (1). parting the hair comb. (2) cutting the mustache. (3) cutting the nails. (4) using the tooth-stick. (S) rinsing the mouth. (6) cleaning the nostrils. (7). circumcision. (8). taking a shower after urinating or defecating. (9). shaving the pubic hair, and (10). shaving the armpit hair.

 

In the education of names and languages, by Alimam Annawawi from Alhasan Albashri, “he explained that:

 

(And remember when Abraham was tested by his Lord with several kalimut (commands and prohibitions), and Abraham fulfilled them) (OS. Albagarah: 124).

 

He (Ibrahim) was tested with the stars, so he was found patient. Then he was tested with the moon, so he found patience Then he was tested with fire, so he found patience. Then he was tested with the slaughter of his son (Ishmael), then he was found patient. He has said:” It has been narrated in “Al-muwaththo” Al-imam Maalik from Sa’id Ibnul-Musayyab, he has said: “Prophet Ibrahim (a.s.) was the first to entertain guests, the first to be circumcised, the first to cut his moustache, the first to see the signs of ageing (white hair), and he said: “My Lord, what is this?”. Allah said: (nur and authority). Then he said (add to me nur and authority).

 

In Kabil Akhbaar and others it is explained that the cause of the death of Prophet Ibrahim a.s. was as follows: “He was visited by an Angel in the form of an old man and he was received as a guest. He was visited by an Angel in the form of an old man, and he accepted him as a guest, and he ate with him, but the food melted from the guest’s mouth, and it ran down his beard and chest. So Ibrahim a.s. said:” O servant of Allah, what is this?”. He replied:” I have reached old age like his friend (Ibrahim a.s.) He said:” How old are you now?”. He said: 200 years, and Ibrahim was 200 years old at that time. So finally, he was no longer happy to live longer, so as not to experience what his friend had experienced (i.e. the angel in the form of an old man), then he died without illness.

 

(ABOUT THE SENTENCE THAT ADAM A.S. RECEIVED FROM HIS GOD, SO HE WAS FORGIVEN)

 

Allah’s Word:

 

(Then Adam received some words from his Lord, so Allais accepted his repentance. Indeed, Allah is the Recipient of repentance, the Most Merciful). (OS. Albagarah: 37)

 

Then Allah forgave him and accepted his repentance. Then Allai revealed to Adam a.s. the way to improve his worldly and afterlife life. They have disagreed about “the sentence that Adam accepted”. Some say that the reason for Adani’s repentance was: when he had been created by Allah, he looked towards the Throne and saw, on the pillars of the Throne and its edges, there was writing then, when he slipped and then was brought down to burni, he prayed to his Lord with the words :

 

(O Allah, I make tawassul to you with Muhammad s.a.w. may you be pleased to forgive my faults), then Allah accepted his prayer, forgave him and pleased him. Allah s.w.t. said to him:” By what do you know Muhammad s.a.w?”. Adam a.s said:” O my Lord, I see his name side by side with Your name, so I know that he is the most excellent of Your creatures, and the most noble in Your sight. Therefore, it is to You that I make tawassul (supplication by mentioning the name of the s.a.w).

 

Ash-sharji has quoted from some of the writings of Al-imam Albunni that (perfect sentences) there are 10 isms, namely :

 

Meaning: The All-Covering, the All-Knowing, the Sustaining, the All-Witnessing, the All-Sufficient, the Doing, the Creating, the Planning, the Creating, the Giving. and that is the greatest dhikr.

 

And as long as a person thinks about it, it will be facilitated by Allah to obtain the scyala of his desires immediately. He said:” In it are the great asmas of Allah’ that if one prays with them, they will be granted, and if one asks, they will be given. And for the seer (one who can see the unseen) there is the hope of obtaining its secrets. And whoever recites it in the middle of the night, he will see wonders. And in that asma there are also properties for the preservation of the soul and body from everything that hurts as well as for subduing enemies. If a person always thinks of it he will see the secrets of the upper world, moreover nature will be subject to him.

 

Some say that what Adam received from his Lord was His word:

 

(They said: “O our Lord, we have wronged ourselves, and if You do not forgive us and have not mercy on us, then surely we shall be among the losers.”) (OS. Alw’raaf: 23)

 

Some say that it is 3 (three) things: shame, crying and prayer.

 

Some say that it is the rituals of hajj, namely that when Adam a.s. descended on Sarandiib – a mountain in northern India towards the west, the angel Gabriel a.s. came to him and ordered him to perform hajj. So they set out together until they reached Muzdalifah and met Mrs. Hawwa, at which point they became acquainted.   That is why the place where they met was named Arofah. Then they performed wukuf there until sunset on the 9th (Dhul-Hijjah). Then they go to Muzdalifah and spend the night there, then go to Mina and stone the Jamaraat and then shave (tahallul). They make the initial nafar and then go to the Noble House of Allah and circumambulate it seven times.

 

(The Prophet s.a.w. has said: “After Allah Almighty sent down Adama on earth, Adama hurried to the Ka’bah and prayed two raka’at. Then Allah inspired him with this prayer:

 

(O Allah, surely You know my secrets and my secrets, so accept my apology, and You know my needs, so fulfill my requests, and You know what is in me, so forgive my sins, surely no one can forgive sins except You).

 

(O Allah, I ask You to give me faith in my heart, and true belief, so that I know that no calamity will befall me except that which You have decreed for me. Therefore, make me content with what You have bestowed upon me).

 

Then Allah, revealed to him:” O Adam, I have accepted your repentance and I have forgiven your sins. And there is no one who prays this prayer, except I forgive his sins, I provide for his most important affairs and I drive away the devil from him. And I will give him more trade than any merchant and I will bestow upon him wealth in abundance even though he himself does not desire it).

 

(The conditions of repentance are:

 

  1. (The first): detachment from ma’siat.

2.(the second) : intending in the heart not to return to ma’siat

3.(the third) : regretting the actions that have been/are being done.

4.(The fourth): preventing himself from doing wrong to those who have wronged him.

 

Repentance is an obligation for every Muslim as Allah says:

 

(And repent ye all unto Allah, O ye who believe, that ye may prosper). (OS. An-nuur: 31)

 

(And do not call each other by bad names. The worst calling is that which is bad after faith, and whoever does not repent, then they are the wrongdoers). (OS. Alhujurat: 11)

 

The conditions of repentance, its etiquette, its obligatory duties, its virtues and the virtues of the repentant will be explained briefly in the title of this syarah, which is what he said:   (I repent to Allah), and its meaning is that it is accepted and practiced when it is known.

 

In the book Kanzul ‘uluum compiled by Ibn Taurat Al-andalusi from Ahnaf bin Oais that he said:”

 

Man has issued the word of wisdom as many as 4000 sentences. then issued again until there are only 400 sentences, then issued again until there are only 40 sentences, then issued again from him until, there are only 4 sentences, namely:

  1. do not burden your stomach more than it can bear,
  2. you should never trust women.
  3. do not be deceived by wealth, however much it may be.
  4. suffice yourself with wealth according to your needs.

 

THE THIRD DHIKR AND ITS COMMENTARY

 

After Sayyiduna Umar had completed the specific and general request for protection, he began with the dhikr, which has various benefits, namely the dhikr that rejects everything that is harmful with its words:

 

(In the Name of Allah, with Whose Name there is no harm to anything on earth or in the heavens. And He is the All-Hearing, the All-Knowing). 3x

 

Shaykh ‘Ali (may Allah be pleased with him) said: It is that which encompasses all the attributes and symbols of Allah’s majesty. Similarly, ( ) is the effect of the damage done to the physical body. As for ( ), it refers to the effects of the heavens and the stars – nahsiyyah.

 

The one who davens with this great ism becomes a wall for the one who davens from the aforementioned effects, and it is also a protection for the essence of the soul from the encroachments of the shaytaan that would lead him to insubordination and to hidden affairs. That is what frees the one who does isti’adzah from the encroachments of the shaytaan in matters of passion and harmful desires. is the one who maintains the entire realm including the realm of angels. also the One who maintains whose maintenance includes spiritual feelings etc.. He recited this dhikr three times. It is a very impressive utterance as you can see the radiance of nur and blessings for those who have good thoughts (hunuzh-zhan) towards the saints of Allah.

 

Allah’s Word:

 

(And call upon your Lord in your hearts with humility and fear, and without raising your voice, in the morning and in the evening, and be not of the heedless). (OS. Al-a”‘raaf: 205)’

 

(Indeed, fortunate is the one who purifies himself (by believing), and he remembers his Lord, then he prays). (OS. Al-a’laa: 14-15)

 

(“TALK ABOUT THE GREATEST ASMA’ OF ALLAH”)

 

The dhikr recited here by Sayyiduna Umar is the greatest asma” of Allah or what is called: as recited by Sayyidi Abul-hasan Ash-shadzilli in his hizib called “Annuur”:

 

(O Allah, I ask you for the “Most Glorious Asma” with which nothing on earth or in the heavens will be harmed. And He is the All-Hearing, the All-Knowing). So what is meant by the most majestic asma” or is Allah SWT. In another title of ” ” he said:

 

(Great is my Lord from being procured by anything or perishing by anything. Verily, He will not cause anything to perish by His asma’Allah, either on earth or in the heavens. And He is the All-Hearing, the All-Knowing). Now you should fully understand what is meant by “Al-ismul – a’Zhom” or the Most Great Asma.

 

(And the appellation of AS JI or the Most Great, verily He is Allah, and the Ever-Living again Eternal, and Who is no god worthy of worship but Allah, and O Allah. The All-Merciful, the Ever-Living, the Eternal, the Possessor of majesty and glory, O our Lord and the Lord of all things, the One God, there is no god worthy of worship but You).

 

(AN EXPLANATION OF THE VIRTUE OF DHIKR)

 

Now, let us mention some of the hadiths that explain the benefits of dhikr. The Messenger of Allah s.a.w. said:

 

(Whichever servant says in the morning every day, and in the evening every night) :

 

(By mentioning the asma’ of Allah, with Whose asma’ there is no harm to anything on earth or in the heavens. And He is the All-Hearing, the All-Knowing (3x), so that nothing will harm him).

 

(HR: Atturmudzi, Abu Dawud and Usman bin Affaan r.a.) in a narration from Abu Dawud:”   (he will not have a sudden calamity). –

 

(The great scholar Dr. Ibrahim ibn Abdurrahman ibn ‘Auf ibn Ali Al azrag has said in his book “Tashiilul-Manaafi”, we have found in some medical books, from Anas he has said: “A mountain Arab (A’raabii) came to the Messenger of Allah (s.a.v.) and said: “O Messenger of Allah, I am a person who is suffering from an illness (i.e.) food and drink cannot enter straight into my large stomach. Therefore, pray for Allah to heal me”. So the Messenger of Allah s.a.w. said: “Say:”

 

(By mentioning the asma’ of Allah, with Whose asma’ there is no desire for anything on earth or in the heavens, O One Who is the Most Ever-Living, the Most Eternal), then no sickness will be harmful to you, even if the sickness is severe.

 

(It was mentioned by Ash-Shaikh Abdurrahman ibn Muhammad. ibn ‘Ali Alhanafi in his syarah on “Allam’atul-buuniyyah” regarding the discussion of the asma “Allah Ta’ala” that a jariyah (slave girl) belonging to Abu Dardaa had fed her poison forty times, but the poison was not harmful to her, because she always said: :

 

every time he eats. Ibn Zhofar mentioned in his book ” ” as quoted by Addamiri in his book ” He said:” He (Jariyah Abu Dardaa) said to Abu Dardaa: “Of what nation are you?”. He said: “I am a human being like you”. He said: “I am a human being like you.” How can you be a human being, when I have fed you poison forty times and it has not harmed you?” Abu Dardaa’ said:” Do you not know that the one who remembers Allah does not harm anything?” And indeed I have remembered Allah with His greatest asma (al-a zhom), Jariyah asked: “What is that?” Abu Dardaa’ replied: “Then Abu Dardaa’ asked:” What caused you to do that to me (poison me)?” The Jariyah said: “Because of my hatred for you.” Because of my hatred for you.” Abu Dardaa’ said: “Now, I free you for the sake of Allah, and there is nothing wrong with you having done that to me”.

 

(FAEDAH) For a person who has a headache, it is possible to cure him with “Alismul a’zhom”, by placing the palm of our hand on his head while saying :

 

(By mentioning the asma of Allah, the best of asmas. by mentioning Allah the Lord of the earth and the sky who gives blessings and healing. By mentioning the asma’ of Allah in whose hands there is healing. By mentioning the asma’ of Allah with whose asma there is no poison or disease. By mentioning the asma’ of Allah with whose asma’ there is no harm to anything either on earth or in the heavens. And he is the All-Hearing, the All-Knowing). repeated up to 3x or 7x, then his headache will heal by the permission of Allah SWT. (Derived from the Book of Alfawaid by Ash-shaykh Abil Kair Ash-sharji Alhanafii)

 

(Addamiri has narrated in the book ” ” from Imam Alhafizh Fakhruddin Uthman bin Muhammad bin Uthman Annawawi who stopped in “Mecca Almusyarrafah” that he said “When I was reading Faraidh in Mecca to Shaykh Tagiuddin bin Aljauzaani and while we were sitting suddenly a scorpion walked, so the Asshaik took it in his hand and turned it over, then I took my book out of my hand”. He said: “Read it.” I said: “I want to learn this secret first. I want to learn this secret first.” He said: “The secret is with you”. I said: What is it?”. He said: “The Prophet (s.a.w) has decreed that whoever says in the morning and evening: , .

 

(In the name of Allah, in Whose name there is no harm to anything in the earth or the heavens, and He is the All-Hearing, the All-Knowing) there will be no harm to him, and I have said it this morning”.

 

THE FOURTH DHIKR AND ITS COMMENTARY

 

Then Sayyiduna Umar r.a memorized the dhikr which includes the meaning of “Glorifying Allah, the All-Hearing, the All-Knowing” Wirid is an antidote for everyone who is sick, and is also an heirloom of wealth that enriches the fagir, namely:

 

(In the name of Allah, the Most Compassionate, the Most Merciful, and there is no power or effort except with the help of Allah, the Most High, the Most Great). 10x

 

Asshaikh Ali said: “It is one of the highest dhikr (values) that the dhikr repeats once. And that is because of the height of its dignity due to the fact that it has brought it (the greatest ism) as a symbol of all-pervading grace and stored grace to which the rotation of the two worlds will end (in the hereafter) and this is what is called or the grace that is obligatory for Allah to give to His servants who are Inu’min later. and it is a grace that covers everything. And the effect of this grace is found in the power and effort, speech and strength for all powers that exist.

 

(And if it is said “Bismillah”, it is the preservation of the heavenly realms from spirits created from fire, from theft of hearing. Therefore, if it is said and the jinn and shaytans cross paths, they will melt like lead from a fire, then they will burn and die. The fact that this tasmiah (basmalah) is recited ten times is due to its high status. As for the verses related to the dhikr, they are the words of Allah, may He be exalted:

 

(And why do you not say when you enter your gardens “MAA SYAA ALLAH, LAA QUWWATA ILLAA BILLAAH” (Verily it is by the will of Allah that all this is realized, there is no power except with the help of Allah). (OS. Alkahfi: 39)

 

(And I did not create the jinn and mankind but that they should worship Me. I do not desire any sustenance from them, nor do I desire that they should feed Me. Verily, Allah, He is the Giver of sustenance, Who is mighty and powerful). (OS. Adz-dzaariyaat: 56-58)

 

(Verily, Allah will surely help those who help His religion, Verily, Allah is indeed the Strongest, the Mightiest). | (OS. Alhajj: 40) The hadiths related to the dhikr are:

 

(The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said: “…” Repeat by all of you the words ( ) “because it is one of the heirlooms (treasures) of the heirlooms of heaven”). Makhul has said: “Whoever says it, then adds :  (“Whoever says it, and then adds: ‘There is no refuge from the wrath of Allah except in Him’, Allah will free him from seventy dangers, the lowest of which is poverty. (Reported by Turmudzi) In the Book of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) it says: “Ali ibn Abi Talib (a.s.) reported that he said: “The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said:

 

(O father of Al-Hasan, would you like me to teach you some sentences that you say in the morning and in the evening (namely) say :

 

because dhikr is an antidote to 99 diseases, the simplest of which is grief).

 

(And regarding this dhikr he (Ash-shaykh Ali) said: Ibn Wahbin has issued in his jami’nya, from Abi Hurauirah r.a. from the Messenger of Allah (SAW) he said:” Verily Allah has said:” O son of Adam, there are three things: one for Me, one for you, and one between Me and you. The one for Me is that you should worship Me and not associate Me with anything, and the one between Me and you is that if you ask Me, I will definitely give you. And the one for you, is that you increase the savings with Me for your hereafter, namely speech

 

(Regarding this dhikr, Albazzaar has reported in his masnad from Abi Dharr r.a. who said: “My closest friend (s.a.w.) told me : That I keep in touch with my relatives even if they turn away from me, that I speak the truth even if it is bitter, that in exercising the rights of Allah, I do not fear the reproach of anyone, that I look at those who are below me (in worldly affairs) and not at those who are above me, that I approach the poor, and that I multiply the sayings:”

 

(S.a.w.) said: “Whoever says in a day ten times :

 

(By mentioning the name of Allah, the Most Merciful, the Most Merciful, and there is no power and effort except for the help of Allah, the Most High, the Most Great), he will come out of his sins as if he had just been born from his mother’s belly, and will be protected by Allah from 70 (seventy) doors of worldly calamities such as: madness, leprosy, stripes, high blood pressure, and death of one side. And dhikr is greater in the sight of Allah than 70 (seventy) hajj and umrah worship services that are accepted after the obligatory hajj, and Allah will represent 70,000 (seventy thousand) angels who will ask for forgiveness for him until the night. And that dhikr is also a cure for 99 (ninety-nine) diseases. (narrated in Arba’lin).

 

(In a hadith issued by Aljundi on “The Virtues of Mecca” which he quoted by Alfaakihi in “Sharah Albidayah” (it is mentioned) “when Prophet Ibrahim a.s. performed hajj, after building the Ka’bah, he was met by the angels while he was thawaa?”. They greeted him. Then Prophet Ibrahim-a.s. asked them: “What do you say while doing tawaaf?”. They (the angels) said: “We said before your father Adam a.s. :

 

(Glory be to Allah, and all praise be to Allah, and there is no god but Allah, and Allah is great), we told him (Adam a.s.). So he (Adam a.s.) said: “Add to that sentence : S4 Y! BI JPN, (and there is no power and effort except for the help of Allah). And Prophet Ibrahim a.s. also said: “Add by you to that sentence :

 

(The Most High, the Most Great). In the Book of Alfawaa’id compiled by Asysyarji (mentioned) “Whoever recites between the voluntary prayer (gobiiyyah Fajr) and the obligatory prayer (Fajr) :

 

Surat Alfiilu ( ) 41 times followed by the following dhikr, that many times :

 

(Allah, the Almighty, the One Who holds the power, the One Who subdues every arrogant and defiant person, the One Who defends the right everywhere, to Him belongs all power and might; there is no torment for them but a single cry of a voice, then suddenly they all die). Whoever does that will see in his enemy something that will delight him (because his enemy will perish). Fear Allah, and do not teach it except to the mustahig (worthy) only.)

 

(In that Book (i.e. Alfawaid), from some of the scholars, that he (Ash-shaikh Ali) said: “Whoever finishes the Fajr prayer, then afterwards (before speaking) he says :

 

(In the name of Allah, the Most Compassionate, the Most Merciful, and there is no power and effort except for the help of Allah, the Most High, the Most Great. O Essence of the Living, the Eternal, the Independent, the Sole, the Odd, the One, the Essence from whom we ask) 100x then he prostrated and asked Allah for his wish, it will be fulfilled by Allah’s permission). (It has been tried).

 

(It has been narrated from the s.a.w. that he said: “Whoever says every day 100 x

 

(There is no power and no effort except for the help of Allah, the Most High, the Most Glorious), he will not have hunger forever). (Narrated by Attagiy bin Fahd in his book:

 

which is quoted by Alfakihi in his commentary on Albidaayah).

 

(Addailami has narrated as stated in “Aljaami” ja tolah said: “He said a.s.: “Allah, the Mighty, the Great, said:” Tell your Ummah to say: ten times in the morning, ten times in the evening and ten times when they go to bed, I will turn away from them: in the morning from the calamities of this world, in the evening from the tricks of the shaytaan and in the morning from My wrath.”)

 

The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said: “There are four things that are among the treasures of sorghum – keeping charity secret, hiding calamities, friendship and speech.

 

(S.a.w.: “Shall I tell you that there is no power in avoiding disobedience to Allah except by the providence of Allah, and there is no power in obeying Allah except by the help of Allah”. Thus Jibril a.s told me, O son of a mother of a servant). (Ibn Najjaar reported from Ibn Mas’uud r.a.)

 

(Abi Umamah r.a. reported that he said: “The Messenger of Allah (s.a.w.) used to pray a lot of prayers that we did not know by heart. We said: “O Messenger of Allah, you have failed to pray a lot of prayers that we did not know by heart.”.

 

Then he said: ” Shall I show you a prayer that encompasses all of that?” (i.e. you say)”.

 

(O Allah, I ask You for all the good that Your Prophet Muhammad also asked for, and I ask You for protection from the evil that Your Prophet Muhammad also asked for. You are the place where I ask for help and You also grant it, and there is no effort except for the help of Allah, the Most High, the Most Great).

 

(RAISING THE VOICE IN DHIKR AND LOWERING IT).

 

Shaykh ‘Ali said: ” The scholars have disagreed about “raising the voice and lowering it in dhikr”, which is preferable. The voice that is more inclined towards silent dhikr ( ), and I have heard past hadeeths on this issue, as well as what Annawawi said in his tafseer, which hints at the virtue of silent dhikr, says Allah, may He be exalted:

 

(Pray to your Lord with humility and a soft voice. Verily, Allah does not like those who exceed the limits). (OS. Al a’raaf : 55)

 

(And mention the name of your Lord in your hearts with humility and fear, and without raising your voices, in the morning and in the evening, and do not be among the heedless). (OS. Al-a’raaf: 205)

 

In accordance with the words of the Prophet (s.a.w) that dhikr in secret is better than dhikr that can be heard by “the angels who record deeds” by 70 times. At that time it was confirmed that someone said to Ibn Mas’yud r.a. that: “Verily, a group of people had gathered in the mosque to recite tahlil and salawat for the Prophet s.a.w. with a high voice. So Ibn Mas’yud r.a. went to them and said: “We did not see this in the time of the Prophet (s.a.w.) and I do not see you but as people who make things up. And immediately, he expelled them from the mosque.

 

There is another group that is more vocal about dhikr aloud. Their arguments are clearer because dhikr aloud is the basis of the “shi’ar of Islam” and the “illumination of the nur of religion”, among other things: The call to prayer for every obligatory prayer, the takbiratulihraam, which is the key to prayer, the takbirs for things that are mustahabb (recommended), the hajj rituals, with the sound of the talbiah and takbirtakbir thundering out loud.

 

Similarly, when reciting the Qur’an, the main thing is to be loud ( ). And the voice in performing the prayer has actually been prescribed (loud voice), namely when the creature is in a calm state in the darkness of the night, namely at the time of praying Maghrib, Fajr and saying “aamiin” by the Imam and the mum (after finishing reading the Alfaatihah). The words of Allah Ta’ala: :

 

(O you who believe, make dhikr (in the name of) Allah, as much dhikr as possible. And glorify Him in the morning and in the evening). (OS. Al ahzaab: 41-42)

 

(Therefore, remember Me and I will remember you, and give thanks to Me, and do not deny Me). (OS. Albagarah: 152) The sign of gratitude is making something clear and the sign of disbelief is hiding it. And that is what is meant by “Zikrulloh” by raising the voice and spreading it. In an Oudsi hadith it is mentioned:

 

(If My servant remembers Me in a crowded place, then I remember him in a crowded place better than him). And in the hadith mentioned:

 

(There is no praise more beloved to Allah than that which is uttered in a clear voice). A poet said:

 

(In a loud voice I have praised him without stammering because whoever praises his beloved does not stammer). 

 

(CONTINUATION OF MA’NA: )

 

Let us return to perfecting what has passed. We have mentioned in the following information: The word of the s.a.w. :

 

is one of the treasures of heaven. Aanawawi said: ” The scholars explained that this phrase is an expression of submission to Allah, acknowledging His submission and realizing that there is no Creator but Him. But a slave has no power and no effort except with the help of Allah.

 

And ma’na (treasure) here, is the reward/reward that is stored/stored in heaven, which is a very, very valuable reward as well as your valuable treasure.

 

Then he said: “The linguists say “is a movement (effort) while “is the absence of movement and the absence of ability except by the will of Allah.

 

Some say: ma’na (no ability) to resist evil. And (there is no power) to acquire virtue except with the help of Allah. Some say:

 

(There is no ability to avoid disobeying Allah except by His providence, and no strength to obey Allah except by His help).

 

(EXCELLENCE)

 

(Anas bin Maalik r.a. reported that the Prophet said:” Verily Alkidhir and NAbi Ilyas a.s used to meet every year at “Almausin” and (then) parted on these words:

 

(In the name of Allah, all (happens) by the will of Allah, none (can) bring about good except Allah. All (happens) by the will of Allah, none (can) avert evil except Allah. All (happens) by the will of Allah, whatever ni’mat you have is from Allah. All (happens) by the will of Allah, there is no power and effort except for the help of Allah, the Most High, the Most Great).

 

Whoever says these words three times in the morning and three times in the evening, Allah will protect him from fires, floods, thefts, from (the oppression of) the ruler, the temptation of the shaytaan, the snake’s wings and the scorpion’s sting).

 

As for Habib bin Salamah, he likes to say: when meeting the enemy).

 

(It is reported from one of the daughters of the Prophet (peace be upon him) that he taught her by saying: “Say in the morning:”

 

(Glory be to Allah and all praise be to Him, and there is no power or effort except with the help of Allah. What Allah wills comes to pass, and what Allah does not will does not come to pass. I know that Allah is over all things and that Allah’s Knowledge encompasses all things) will be protected by Allah until evening, and whoever says it in the evening will be protected by Allah until morning).

 

(In this concluding section, there are principles related to the virtues of the remembrance and other aspects of this dhikr. (FIRST FACT) Shaykh Abul-Abbaas said:

 

  1. If you want anything from the affairs of this world and the Hereafter, then think of this asma :

 

(O All Powerful, All Mighty, All Knowing, All Powerful, All Hearing, All Seeing).

 

  1. Albunny also said: “If your heart is overwhelmed with the turmoil of the soul and the delusions of the shaytaan, then say:

 

(O Most Powerful One) over and over again”.

 

  1. If the appetite grows strong, then think after wudhu (O All Powerful One).

 

  1. He said:” I met Almushtofa s.a.w and I asked him about (Allah’s asma’ for solitude). He said:” There are 7 (seven) Asma, namely:

 

(O Allah, the Ever-Living, the Eternal, the One of Majesty and Glory, the End of the End, the Light of Lights, the Spirit of Spirits).  Shaykh Abul-Abbaas said: “I saw in some books the virtue of dhikr,” which can help make difficult work easier, and avoid all calamities, is repeating these four asmas. Because these asmas have an amazing effect in terms of facilitating all that is difficult, namely the ongkau of saying :

 

(I think it should be recited 7 times or 70 times or 700 times. As for the ism His Ta’ala (the Most High), then whoever makes a habit of reciting it, if he is a poor man, the door of wealth will be opened to him by Allah and if he is a traveler, he will be able to return to his land.

 

(SECOND FAIDAH)

 

Regarding the ism of Allah, the Exalted, some of the scholars have said: “Whoever makes a habit of reciting it will be honored and honored among people. Sayyidi Ash-Shaykh Ahmad Zuruuq said:” The efficacy of the ism (the Greatest) is to relieve pain. If this ism is written for a person who is suffering from a fever three times, he will recover (Insha Allah).

 

(THIRD FAIDAH)

 

Some scholars, as advisors, have written to some of their close friends, saying: ” I have provided you with ” ” which is to say that you should pray the morning prayer in a state of ablution seventy times for three consecutive days – as follows:

 

(In the name of Allah, the Most Compassionate, the Most Merciful, and there is no power or effort except with the help of Allah, the Most High, the Most Great. O Essence of the Living, the Eternal, the Immortal, the Eternal, the Place of our supplication, the Merciful, the Odd). Then he said:” Do not, my brother, use this dhikr to harm others.

 

(FOURTH PRINCIPLE)

 

This is the great supplication of al-Imam Ash-Shazili, which Ibn Athaa’ mentioned in his book, “He said:” The prayer of Ash-Shaikh Abil-Hasan r.a. is:

 

(O Allah, grant me from the treasury of ” verily it is the treasury of the treasuries of heaven. And strike me with ( )a blow that will remove the power of lust from my heart, and endow me with it a sustenance that turns me ‘away from the sight of creatures, and take me out with it from the humiliation of poverty, from consideration, effort, negligence, lust of the soul, compulsion and compulsion. Verily, You are all-powerful over all things).

 

And among the best regarding the practice of this dhikr is as narrated that “Caliph Almanshur Al Abbaas had sent someone to Al-Imam Ja’far Ashshaadig to call him. When the messenger arrived, Al-Imam Ja’far was afraid of Almanshur, so he said: and he went to fulfill his call at the palace. When he had entered, Almanshur said to him:” O Aba Abdillah, verily the sifulan has informed me that you have denounced my authority, and wished calamity upon me. Therefore, Allah will destroy me if I do not kill you”. Imam Ja’far said: “O Amirul mu’minin, indeed Prophet Solomon a.s. was favored and he was grateful, Prophet Ayyub a.s. was given a trial and he was patient, and Prophet Yusuf a.s. was wronged and he forgave. And I ask you to present the person who told you false rumors about me”. Then Almanshur produced the person who had done the deed. Almanshur asked him:” Is it true what you say about Ja’far?”. He said: “Yes, it is. Yes, it is true.” Ja’far asked him to swear to it, and he did. .

 

Then Imam Ja’far said:” O Amirul-mu’minin, he has sworn as I asked, but he has hidden the truth. So Almanshur said:” Swear to him as you wish!”. So Imam Ja’far said to the man: “Say:

 

(I am free from the power and strength of Allah, and I take refuge in the power and strength of myself, that Ja’far (rightly) has done such and such) then the man was reluctant – swearing like that. Then Almanshur looked at him with a look that showed that he did not believe him. Finally he was forced to swear in the manner Ja’far had requested.

 

It was not long after that when he placed the sole of his foot on the ground that he died there. And Imam Ja’far came out of the presence of Almanshur with honor and glory.

 

THE FIFTH DHIKR AND ITS COMMENTARY

 

In the name of Allah, the Most Compassionate, the Most Merciful. 3x Ash-shaykh ‘Ali said:” Then he (Sayyiduna Umar) has presented an “ism” that encompasses all the excellence of isms. And that ism is a symbol of mercy that is specific and general from others. And it is a symbol of mercy that is specific and general from the others. It also contains majestic attributes that point to the previous coverage of mercy that covers the entire realm of existence, which appears from it the manifestation of every manifestation that is zhahirnys from the entire realm of mercy from the Throne for all of nature (the universe).

 

Repeating the dhikr three times is because there is a description of the bonds in the dzati, washfi and fi’li (in substance, attributes and actions). And it will not appear in this world except from the depth of mercy that encompasses the whole and does not appear the impact on the real world except from the impact of these isms with its scope.

 

You already know the coverage of the grace of asmaini is the basis for all existence in the visible and invisible realms of reality. So it is the grace of Allah that covers all existing beings. And with the Basmalah, those in the several layers of the earth and the layers of the heavens have compassion with a preliminary grace that descends on humans with happiness and bounty:

 

(Whatever Allah bestows on mankind in the form of mercy, no one can withhold it.) (OS. Faathir: 2)

 

(FIRST CHAPTER-MENTIONS SOMETHING ABOUT THE VIRTUES OF THE BASMALAH) .

 

As for the verses related to it, they are the words of Allah in the opening of the Qur’an which are full of wisdom (By mentioning the name of Allah, the Most Merciful, the Most Merciful) and then repeating the “basmalah” at the beginning of each letter. This is true in every surah, except for Surah Attaubah (no basmalah), because of the bad deeds of the hypocrites.

 

Then, he said about the praise of the “Basmalah” through the tongue of the one who uttered it (Queen Balgis) :  .

 

(Verily a noble letter has been handed down to me. Verily, it is from Sulaiman and verily, it says “In the name of Allah, the Gracious, the Merciful”. (OS. Annaml: 29-30)

 

As for the hadiths related to the “Basmalah” is the saying of the s.aw.: (The key to the Qur’an is: “tasmiyah / Basmalah”) It has been narrated, that the first thing scratched by algalam . in Lauh Mahfuzh is :  And that was the first thing that came down to Adam a.s. which is the seal of the inhabitants of the several layers of the heavens and the inhabitants of the earth. And the basmalah is also the seal of Allah for His servants who deify Him and it is also the ” “for His servants who have piety.

 

The Messenger of Allah s.a.w. said:

 

(Every good deed that does not begin with it is cut off from the mercy of Allah SWT. And in another narration it is defective (lacking in blessings)).

 

The word of the s.a.w. :

 

(Whoever wants to be saved by Allah from the Zabaniah (tormenting angels) who are 19 in number, then he should recite because the basmalah consists of 19 letters, so with each letter, Allah will save him from each of these angels)) It has been narrated, with a chain of transmission from Abi Musa Al Ash’ari, he said: The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings be upon him) said: “

 

 (Shall I tell you a verse that has never been revealed to anyone after Solomon except me?”. I said: “Yes. Yes.” He said:” With what do you begin the Qur’an when the prayer has begun?”, I said: “Yes.” (with)

 

“He said:” Yes, it is, it is, “. It has also been explained, that Allah SWT has revealed 100 books and 4 books to 7 prophets, namely : Prophet Shith a.s., Prophet Idris a.s., Prophet Abraham a.s., Prophet Moses a.s., Prophet Dawud a.s., Prophet Jesus a.s. and Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.. Furthermore, it is explained that Allah S.w.t. has included the contents of the books in 4 books only, namely : Alqur’an, Taurat, Injil and Zabuur. And has included the contents of the 4 books, in the Qur’an and include the contents of the Qur’an in Surah Alfatihah, and include the contents of Surah Alfatihah, in: and include the contents of “basmalah” in the letter.   Some say that what is in letter 5 is – in the dot

 

(Ibn Abbas ra, has said: The basis of the scriptures is the Qur’an, and the basis of the Qur’an is the Alfatihah, and the basis of the Alfatihah is So if you fall ill, and if you are afflicted with something, let you (hold) on to that basis, you will recover by the permission of Allah SWT).

 

(Then he said: “in a hadith (it is mentioned): Whoever writes and does not corrupt his writing, Allah will establish for him 1,000,000 virtues and remove from him 1,000,000 vices, and whoever writes and corrupts it out of reverence for Allah, his sins will be forgiven).

 

(It has been narrated that Isa a.s. passed by a tomb and he saw the angels tormenting the occupants of the tomb. When he returned from his business, he saw the angels carrying trays of nur. So he was amazed from that situation. Then Allah SWT revealed to him, that the occupant of the grave was once a disobedient person, and had left a son. The boy had been handed over by his mother to a lowly madrasa and taught by his teacher:( ) then I was ashamed to torment him, because his son mentioned My name.

 

OF THE VIRTUES OF BISMILLAH

 

It is narrated that some of the ancients made wills to their children saying:” If I die and have been washed, then write on my forehead and chest

 

After his father died, his son said:” I carried out my father’s will, then I saw him in a dream. I asked him about his condition”. His late father replied: “When I was laid in my grave, suddenly the angels of torment came to me, and when they saw the writing – on my forehead and chest, they said to me: “You are safe from torment”.

 

(Alqaadhii Majduddiin Ash-shirazii has narrated with a continuous and consecutive sanad from Anas bin Maalik r.a from Ali bin Abi-Talib k.w. from the Prophet SAW from Jibril a.s. from Mikail a.s. from Israfil a.s. He said:” Allah Ta’ala has said: “O Israfil, by My glory and majesty and mercy, whoever recites in conjunction with Fatihatul-Kitab (Surah Alfatihah) once (only), then testify that I have forgiven him, I have expiated his mistakes, I have not burned his tongue with fire, and I protect him from the punishment of the grave, from the punishment of the fire of hell from the punishment of the Day of Judgment and from the awfulness of the sar on the Day of Judgment).

 

Allah Almighty has said:” By my glory and majesty, whichever male or female servant of the Ummah of Muhammad AW. recites: one time (only), there will be recorded for him/her in His register/record the reward of 700 years).

 

FROM HADITHUL – ISRA “WALMI’RAAJ

 

In a hadith (which is quite long) from the Messenger of Allah s.a.w. that he said (which means): “One night, I underwent Isra” and Mi’raaj to the heavens. Then I was shown all of heaven, and in it I saw four (4) rivers consisting of rivers of fresh water, rivers of milk, rivers of wine (which is not intoxicating) and rivers of honey, as Allah SWT says in His Holy Book: .

 

(There are rivers of water that does not change its taste and smell, rivers of milk that does not change its taste, rivers of wine that is delicious to the drinker and rivers of filtered honey) (OS. Muhammad : 15)

 

I said to Jibril a.s.:” Where do these rivers come from and where do they flow?”. Jibril a.s. replied: “These rivers flow into the Pool of Alkautsar, but where they come from I do not know.” Pray to Allah to tell and show you. Then, an angel came and greeted the Prophet and said: “Close your eyes!” Then I closed my eyes and opened them again. Suddenly I saw myself under a tree and I saw a Qubbah of white pearls, having a door of green emeralds with a lock of red gold.

 

If the jinn and men of the earth were placed on the Oubbah, they would be like birds on a mountain. Then I saw these four rivers flowing under the Oubbah. And when I was about to return, the Angel said to me: “Why did you not enter the Oubbah?” I said:” How can I enter while there is a lock on the door, and how can I open it?” The angel said: “The key is in your hand.” The key is in your hand.” I said: “Where is the key?” He said:” And when I approached the lock, I said – – and it opened. Then I entered the hut, and I saw these rivers flowing from the four pillars of the Oubbah.

 

When I was about to go out, the angel said:” Have you seen O Muhammad?”. I said: “Yes, I have seen” He also said: “Look again!” So when I looked. I found writing – on the four pillars of the Oubbah.

 

I saw rivers of water coming out of it – and rivers of milk, coming out of it and rivers of wine, coming out of it and rivers of honey, coming out of it Then I knew that the origin of these four rivers was from or . Allah said (in hadith Oudsi): “O Muhammad who remembers Me with these four asmas from your Ummah with a clean heart, I will give you drink from these four rivers”.

 

(In some hadiths (it is mentioned) that on the Day of Judgment, the deeds of this Ummah will be weighed. So one raka’at of their prayer (the ummah of the Prophet Muhammad SAW) when weighed is comparable to 1000 raka’at of the prayer of the Children of Israel. They (Children of Israel) said:” O our Lord, why is one raka’at of Muhammad’s Ummah weighed in proportion to 1000 raka’at of ours?”. Allah said: “Because in their prayer there is .

 

is the One who forgives sins, is the One who accepts all virtues, is the One who erases all faults, is the One who elevates all degrees, is the One who knows all that is hidden, is the One with whom it is cool to be in seclusion, is the One with whom all trials are removed, is the One with whom the prayer becomes valid).

 

(In a hadith (mentioned): “Not rejected is a prayer that begins with:   – “And that there will be a people from my Ummah on the Day of Judgment who will be among those who say – then their good deeds will be weighed in the balance. So other ummahs will say: “How heavy will be the scales of the Ummah of Muhammad (s.a.w.)!”. Then the Prophets and the angels said: “Because their speech and actions begin with three of the great asmas, which if they were placed on one leaf of the scales and the faults of all creatures on the other leaf, their virtues would be heavier because of the weight of their virtues.” (SECOND FASAL INCLUDING THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE BASMALAH ADDED TO SOME FAIDAHs)

 

Allah’s Word:

 

They say: “Ma’nanya, say – – and for the explanation of this virtue, we held “this chapter”, because it is the basis of all foundations. Some kind-hearted scholars have said: “Know that – (is) the greatest name of Allah, which if you ask with it, you will be given, and if you pray with it, you will be granted. For in it are the secrets of the beginning and the end, and in it are also the virtues and the height of the value of Tawheed, for “is a guarantee of the testimony of Allah, and the and the knowledgeable are a guarantee So that the beginning (” is like the end, the outward is like the inward. And with it, Allah SWT. Created the universe and revealed the secrets of the creatures He created. Whoever makes much dhikr with “is endowed with authority in the universe, the upper world (the sky and the lower world (the earth), and whoever teaches what is contained in it or writes it on something, it will not be burned by fire, because it contains the secret (the name of Allah the Most High).

 

Among the Children of Israel it is mentioned, that when the Prophet Isa a.s. grew up, his mother handed him over to a mu’allim (teacher) when he was still a child. So the mu’allim said to him: “Say :   asked the mu’allim: “What is that?” The mu’allim said: “I don’t know”. I don’t know”. So the Prophet Jesus a.s. said:

 

Meaning: 

is – the beauty of God

is – the one light

is – His glory

is – God Almighty

is – Merciful in this world and the next 

is – Most Merciful in the Hereafter

 

(FIRST FAIDAH) ‘Abdullah ibn ‘Umar ibn-Khaththaab r.a. said: “Whoever wishes to have his desires fulfilled should fast on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. On Friday he should purify himself and go for the Jumu’ah prayer, then he should give a little or a lot in charity. When he has finished the Jumu’ah prayer, he should pray as follows:

 

Allah, I ask You by Your name, there is no God worthy of worship but Him, the Ever-Living, the Eternal, the One who neither slumbers nor sleeps, whose Majesty encompasses the heavens and the earth, and I ask You by – there is no God worthy of worship but Him, the One to whom all faces bow, Whose servants humble themselves to Him, Whose voices whisper to Him, Whose hearts fear Him, Whose tears are shed for His sake, may You, my Lord, be pleased to bestow mercy on our lord Muhammad and on the family of Muhammad, may You be pleased to grant me my desire, viz……………..

 

As for r.a., he said: “Do not teach this du’aa to those who are lowly (in character) lest they should pray for each other’s harm”.)

 

THE SECOND FAIDAH

 

Some of them say: “Whoever prays the following du’aa’, 118x will have his desires fulfilled, namely:

 

(O Allah with virtue with righteousness – with authority – and with rank – raise my position, make my affairs easy, and expand my chest O the One who :

 

(There is no God worthy of worship but He, the Ever-Living, the Eternal. By the ism of authority and power, by the ism of power and majesty, make me one of Your pious servants and humbled obedient ones, and make me one of them, O Lord sustainer of the universe).

 

THIRD FAIDAH Some of the great scholars have said: and this has proven its usefulness and blessing for the one who fears from an unjust ruler or from an evil person who is always stalking him, or is overwhelmed with fear, or has lost his way, he should recite: “Surah Yasin, then say :

 

(In the name of Allah, of whom there is no god but He, the Ever-Living, in the name of Allah, of whom there is no god but He, the Majesty and the Glory, in the name of Allah, in whose name there is no harm, neither on earth nor in the heavens, and He is the All-Hearing, the All-Knowing) and recite:

 

(Allah is our Helper and Allah is the best of protectors, so Allah will preserve you from them. And He is the All-Hearing, the All-Knowing. O Allah, I seek refuge with You from the evil of so and so’s son, (or) show me the place …….). Pray to him continuously, then his desires will be fulfilled, Insha Allah).

 

FOURTH FAIDAH

 

His words: “Whoever recites it after the Fajr prayer one hundred times, there will be revealed to him various secrets and lights. Ash-Shaikh Zuruug said:

 

His Ism Ta’ala, its efficacy increases confidence and ease in achieving praiseworthy goals that concern all affairs, characteristics and actions. They say: “Whoever makes it a habit to recite it every day 1000 times with the shiighat (form of speech): will be granted the perfection of belief.

 

His Ism: “Whoever recites it 100 times a day will receive great mercy from Allah. Sayyidi Ahmad ibn Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn Isa said

 

Albarnasi, then Alfaasi which is famous by the name: Zuruug: It is the removal of that which is disliked by the one who thinks about it. He said: “Whoever thinks of it 100 times after every prayer in congregation or in solitude will, by Allah’s permission, have his negligence and forgetfulness removed from his heart.

 

His Ism: “Whoever recites it 100 times a day will become honorable in the sight of Allah, trusted by his fellow human beings and noble. Asshaykh Zuruug said that it means that he will have a heart full of compassion for his fellow creatures, and whoever thinks about it 100 times a day will have the above characteristics.

 

(COVER)

 

Regarding the mention of some of the hadiths that refer to love and brotherhood and their subtleties. We include them here because we want to gain blessings

 

(HADITHS OF ARRAHMAH AND SILATURRAHMI AND THEIR IMPACT)

 

“Abi Usaid Maalik ibn Rabi’ah Assaa’idi (may Allah be pleased with him) said: “While sitting with the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings be upon him), a man from Banu Salamah came and said: “O Messenger of Allah, is there anything I can do for my parents after their death?”. He said:” Yes (there is): praying for them, asking forgiveness for them, carrying out their wills when they are gone, staying in touch with those who are close to them and honoring their friends). (UR. Abu Dawud quoted by Imam Muhyiddin Annawawi)

 

(In Sahih. Bukhari and Muslim, from Aibi Oottaadah r.a. that the Prophet s.a.w. was passed by people carrying a corpse. Then he said: “He rested and rested from it”. They said: “O Messenger of Allah, what is meant by resting from it?”. So the Messenger of Allah said:” A believing servant rests from the suffering of the world and its weariness to the mercy of Allah, while an evil servant, will rest (free) from the evil of the land, the servants of Allah, the trees and the creatures).

 

(The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “Seek your needs from the womb-hearted of my Ummah, and you will be provided for and fortunate. Indeed, Allah Ta’ala says:” My mercy is on the womb-hearted of My servants”. And do not seek your needs from those who are hard-hearted, you will not find sustenance and you will not be fortunate. Indeed, Allah says: “Indeed, My wrath is upon them.”

 

(S.A.W.) said: “Verily, Allah created on the day of creating the heavens and the earth 100 (scratus) mercies. Each mercy is layered between the heavens and the earth, and of those mercy.one of them is sent down to the earth. With that mercy, a mother loves her child, as well as wild animals, birds love each other. And the 99th mercy is delayed. So when the Day of Judgment comes, it will be completed with this mercy) (HR Salman and Abu Dawud r.a)

 

(S.A.W. said: “Verily, when Allah created the creatures with His hand (by His power), He established mercy over His Essence: “Verily, My mercy (My compassion overcomes My wrath).

 

(From Abi Hurairah r.a. he said:” The Messenger of Allah (SAW) kissed his grandson Alhasan bin Ali (r.a) when Al Aqra’bin Haabis was by his side. Al Aqra said: “I have ten sons, and I have never kissed any of them. Then the Prophet SAW, looked at him and said: “Whoever does not love, will not be loved”.

 

(The Prophet (SAW) said:” Blessing is on our elders, whoever does not love children and honor elders is not from among us).

 

 (S.A.W. said: “O people, spread salaam, give food, connect the ties of friendship, pray at night while people are sleeping (then) you will enter heaven safely).

 

(S.A.W. said: “Those who are merciful will be loved by the Most Merciful. Be merciful to the creatures of the earth, and you will be merciful to those in the heavens.)

 

ENTER HEAVEN BY THE GRACE OF GOD

 

(S.A.W.) said: “None of you will enter paradise because of his deeds. Someone said: “And neither will you, O Messenger of Allah?”. He said: “Neither do I, except for the coverage of His grace upon me, and indeed there are 70,000 people from my Ummah who enter Paradise without reckoning.” Ukasyah bin Muhsin Al’asadi said: “O Messenger of Allah, pray to Allah that I may be among them.” Then another man stood up and said: “I will enter Paradise without reckoning”. Then another man stood up and said: “And I, O Messenger of Allah, pray that I may be one of them!”. He said: ” You have been preceded by ‘Ukashah”. 

 

In the Book of Hujjatul-Islam Ighozaali r.a. it is said: “Some of the ancients said : “There is no servant who disobeys Allah, except that the place (of the earth) where he disobeys Allah, asks permission from Allah to eliminate that person, and the roof/heaven asks permission to fall on him. Then Allah said to the earth and the sky: Restrain yourselves, because you did not create that person, and if you had created him, you would have pity on him, who knows one day he will repent to Me then I forgive him, and maybe he will replace his bad deeds with good deeds and I will replace them with virtue. That is the meaning of Allah’s words:

 

(Verily, Allah holds back the heavens and the earth so that they do not cease to exist, and indeed, if they were to cease to exist, no one could hold them back except Allah). (OS. Fathir: 41) )

 

SILATURRAHMI EXTENDS LIFE (BREAKING SILATURRAHMI SHORTENS LIFE)

 

(Narrated Muhammad ibn Jubair ibn Muth’am from his father, who said: “I heard the Messenger of Allah (s.a.w.) say:” In some of the aatsaar (sayings of the Companions) it is stated that sometimes a man who has 30 days left in his life, then he cuts off ties of kinship, then it is restored to three days. And sometimes a man whose lifespan is three days, then he breaks ties of kinship, will have his lifespan extended to thirty years.

 

(UNDERSTANDING THAT PEOPLE ENTER HEAVEN BECAUSE OF THEIR DEEDS).

 

Al-Imam Annawawi said about the hadeeths that prove that ahl al-hag is not worthy of reward and paradise for his obedience. .

 

As for the words of Allah Ta’ala :

 

(Enter you into the paradise because of what you have done). (OS. Annahl :32) –

 

(And that is the paradise bequeathed to you because of the deeds you used to do). (OS. Az zukhruf: 72) and other verses indicate that by doing good deeds, one can enter Paradise. These hadiths cannot be disputed, rather the meaning of these verses is that entering Paradise is due to charity.

 

Then the help and guidance to do the deed sincerely and the acceptance of the deed itself is solely due to the mercy of Allah SWT. The scholars have said: “The wrath of Allah Ta’ala and His pleasure go back to the ma’na of the will 85 2y, , and His will to reward those who do good is called “Ridha and mercy”, and His will to punish those who do evil is called “wrath” Has . They said: “And what is meant by preceding and exceeding ( ) here, is because of the “abundance of mercy” as it is said:    (So-and-so has exceeded in benevolence and courage) means: because of the abundance (of his benevolence and courage).

 

THE SIXTH DHIKR AND ITS COMMENTARY

 

Sayyiduna Umar r.a. said.

 

(In the name of Allah we seek refuge with Allah, in the name of Allah we put our trust in Allah). 3x Ash-Shaikh ‘Ali Baaroos said: “This saying is one that encompasses all the symbols of divinity:   (we have taken refuge in Allah) with (the fortress) because: This ism is (the fortress of Allah) according to the hadeeth which narrates the words of Allah:

 

(Laa Ilaaha Illalloh is My fortress, and whoever enters My fortress will be safe from My punishment). Whoever takes refuge in that fortress will be safe from what he fears and will be saved from what threatens him.

 

He (Shaykh Ali) said:” Regarding his saying:   (In the name of Allah, we have put our trust) with all our body and soul to Allah, for it is He who gives us :

 

 (It is the highest level of mu’amalah, which cannot be predicted by humans.

 

Know that this dhikr has been presented by Sayyid Ash-Shaikh Umar for protection from all calamities of this world and the Hereafter, the elements of Shaytan and lust. And what fortress is more solid than 2 – (the name of Allah) it is a great fortress, which is high in value and thick in curtains. The shaykhs have tried it when they were tempted, they took refuge in this fortress until they could not be penetrated by the enemy.

 

Sayyidunal-Quthbi Abubakar Al’adani (rahimahullah) said at the end of his gashidah, where he made supplication to his Lord:

 

(We end (this Qashidah) with a great protection, with the power of Allah, no one can do anything to us. The watchful eye of Allah is always upon us, and the cover of the Throne is spread over us).

 

(RECITING TASMIAH/BASMALAH ON THE SLAUGHTER)

 

Then also know that this dhikr is also what is meant by the words of Allah :

 

(So eat of those (lawful) animals of which the name of Allah is mentioned when slaughtering them, if you believe in His verses). And do not eat of those animals of which the name of Allah is not mentioned when slaughtering them. Verily, such acts are ungodliness). (OS. Al-an’aam: 118 & 121) So the tasmiah or basmalah can be added according to what is perfect, or omitted just for emphasis. Al-Imam Annawawi in Sharh Muslim said: “In a book of Arabic linguists, if someone says: “With a definite ism he writes with and may omit it as if it were said:”   In Sahih Muslim, the Messenger of Allah (SAW) said:

 

(Whoever slaughters his sacrifice before prayer, let him slaughter it in the name of Allah).

 

In another narration, (let him slaughter in the name of Allah). He said: “Algaadhii ‘Iyaadh said: “It encompasses four purposes:

 

  1. Let the ma’nanya be (let him worship for the sake of Allah.)

 

  1. Ma’nanya: ” (let him slaughter according to the decree of Allah).

 

  1. Slaughtering in the name of Allah, as a proof of Islam, as opposed to those who slaughter not for Allah, but ‘pay obligations to the shaytaan’.

 

  1. Taking blessings with the name of Allah and blessings with His mention.

 

(In Sahih Muslim, the Messenger of Allah (SAW) said:” If you order your trained dog (to hunt) and you mention the name of Allah, then eat (the game). I said: “” Al-Imam Annawawi said: “In the hadith, it is commanded to recite the basmalah when releasing a dog to hunt.” In the Saheeh of Muslim, it is also mentioned that it is commanded to recite the basmalah when releasing a dog to hunt. – In the Saheeh of Muslim it is also mentioned that the Prophet said:

 

(If you release your arrow, then mention the name of Allah, and if the arrow disappears one day and you do not find your game, unless there is a game that has the mark of your arrow, then Wakanlah if you wish).

 

(Al-Imam Annawawi also said: “This is evidence for the one who says the basmalah.” If the arrow strikes the game and it disappears, then he finds it dead and the arrow wound is there, then it is permissible to eat it. He said: “This is one of the rulings of Imam Ash-Shafi’i and Imam Maalik concerning hunting dogs and arrows”.

 

The second view is that it is haraam, and that is what is more correct among most of our companions.

 

And the third: it is haraam with dogs, and not haraam with arrows. He said: “The first is more correct, and is closer to the saheeh hadeeths.

 

The scholars have differed on what is permissible for a Muslim to slaughter if he does not say the basmalah, as Allah, the Almighty, says:

 

(And do not eat of those animals of which the name of Allah is not mentioned when slaughtering them) (OS. Al-an’aam: 121) Therefore, the Muslims have forbidden it, whether the recitation of the “basmalah” was intentional or forgotten, namely on the basis of the words of Ibn Sairin and Asysyi’bi…

 

Then they looked for a solution to the problem, which was narrated from Ibn ‘Abbas in the words of Imam Maalik, Imam al-Shaafa’i and Imam Ahmad on the basis of the words of Imam al-Shafi’i and those who agreed with him: “Do not eat from it while it is fusug”. Obviously, it is permissible to eat it if it is not fisgun and fasig, as Allah, may He be exalted, has explained in His words:

 

(or animals slaughtered in the name of other than Allah)

 

(OS. A-an’aam: 145) ma’nanya:” Do not eat from it if anything other than the name of Allah is mentioned”. What can be understood is: “Eat from it, if no other than the name of Allah is mentioned”.

 

Abu Haneefah, Imam Maalik, Ats-tsauri and most of the scholars said: “If the basmalah is left out because of forgetfulness, then the slaughter and game are permissible, and if it is left out deliberately, then it is not permissible.” He said: “According to the madhhab of our companions, it is makrooh to leave it out. He said: “According to the madhhab of our companions, it is makrooh to leave it out, and some say that it is not makrooh,” contrary to the first view. The correct view is that it is makrooh. The one who said that it is obligatory to do it late argued that Allah, may He be exalted, says (interpretation of the meaning):

 

(And do not eat of those animals of which the name of Allah is not mentioned when slaughtering them, indeed such an act is an ungodliness) (OS. Al an’aam: 121).

 

(It is forbidden for you to eat carrion, blood, pork, animals slaughtered in the name of other than Allah, the strangled, the beaten, the fallen, the gored, and the killed by wild animals, except that which you are able to slaughter). (OS. Al-maaidah: 3) then in the verse. especially the last part indicates the permissibility of slaughtering without the requirement of “basmalah” or making it obligatory.

 

Ash-Shaikh Annawawi said: “The slaughtering must be done with the basmalah. It is found in difficult language, as He said:

 

(The food of those who are given the Bible is lawful for you) (OS. Al-maaidah:5) whereas the ahlil-kitab do not recite the “Basmalah”.

 

(REPETITION OF THE GLORIOUS NAME OF ALLAH IN THE RATIB)

 

The repeated mention of the name of Allah in this Ratib 6x (six times) in a row. The first is in the 3rd dhikr, the second is in the 4th dhikr, the third is in the 5th dhikr which includes the “basmalah”. .

 

The fourth and fifth are in the sixth dhikr, which is what is being explained now.

 

And the seventh dhikr will be explained insha Allah. And we are now talking about the “asma? for protection” from the dangers of this world and the Hereafter. And the virtues of “basmalah and its benefits” in brief, both from the verses of the Qur’an and the hadiths of the Prophet Muhammad SAW.

 

Allah’s Word:

 

(And hold you all to the rope (religion) of Allah). (OS. Ali Imran: 103)

 

(O Messenger, convey what has been sent down to you from your Lord.) And if you do not do what you are commanded, you do not convey His message. Allah protects you from the people). (OS. Al-maaidah: 67)

 

(Except those who repent and make amends and hold fast to the (apama) of Allah and are sincere in their religion for the sake of Allah. Then they are with those who believe, and Allah will give those who believe a great reward). (OS. Annisaa: 146).

 

(And We taught David to make armor for you to keep you in battle) (OS. A-Anbiyaa’ : 80)

 

As for the wirid, hizibs and isti’aadzaat, they are our all-encompassing garments and protectors that fortify us and prevent us from all calamities.

 

(As for the hadeeths in Sahih Muslim (mentioned), the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “Verily, Allah is pleased with three things and displeased with three things.

 

As for what is approved, it is:

  1. worship Allah and associate nothing with Him.
  2. let you all hold fast to the rope (religion) of Allah.
  3. Let not all of you be divided.

 

And the unfavorable ones are:

  1. Words that have no source of truth, such as: he said she said……
  2. asking a lot of questions (about unnecessary things).
  3. wasting wealth (on useless things).

 

Al-Imam Annawawi said in his commentary on Saheeh Muslim, the scholars said :

 

(The pleasure, wrath and displeasure are from Allah), meaning : His commands and His prohibitions, or His rewards and His punishments, or His will to reward some of His servants or to punish some of them. . Al-Imam Annawawi said:” As for what is meant by: holding fast to His promise, i.e. obeying His noble Book and its rulings, and behaving with its morals (the morals of the Qur’an).

 

”It has been narrated that Alma’mun when returning from Marwa on his way to Irag he passed by Nisaabuur, while the person in front was Ali Arridhaa bin Musa Alkaazhim. So two people, Imam Alhaafizh Abu Zar’ah Arraazi and Muhammad bin Aslam Ath-thuusi, and some old men, came to him and said: “By your closeness to the Messenger of Allah (SAW), we ask you to speak to us in a way that will benefit us.” Then Ali Arridha said: “By your closeness to the Messenger of Allah (SAW), we ask you to speak to us in a way that will benefit us. Ali Arridha said: “My father Musa Alkazhim spoke to me from his father Ja’far Ash-shaadig from his father Zainal Abidin from Ali bin Alhusein from his father Alhusain bin Ali from his father Ali bin Abi Talib from the Messenger of Allah (s.a.w) from Jibril Alamiin from Allah, the Almighty, who said :

 

is My fortress, whoever says it (means) he has entered My fortress, and whoever enters My fortress is safe from My punishment).

 

Alhaafizh Jamaluddin Azzarandi has said in the Book “from Abillaits Abdussalam bin Shahih Alharwi, he has said: “I was with ‘Ali Arridhaa when he entered Niisaabuur, then the story goes on to relate that ‘Ali ibn Abi Talib k.w. said: “I heard the Messenger of Allah (S.A.W) say :

 

(Faith is recognizing Allah with the heart, vowing with the tongue and practicing the pillars of His religion).

 

(TAWHID THAT IS BENEFICIAL IN THE SIGHT OF ALLAH)

 

Tawheed, which is beneficial in the sight of Allah, is not merely an acknowledgment that there is no Creator but Him, and no Lord but Him alone. For there are many polytheists who say such words and do not benefit from them, nor do they worship outwardly, for the hypocrites who are at the bottom of the Hellfire are also like that. 

 

The Tawheed that is beneficial in His sight is that which is included in the ma’na (There is no god worthy of worship except Allah) which consists of loving Allah, submitting to Allah, humbling oneself to Allah, feeling needy of Allah, clinging to the teachings of Allah, feeling concerned under the power of the majesty of Allah, performing obedience sincerely for the sake of Allah, surrendering to the decree of Allah, and being eager to perform all obedience for the sake of Allah, the Most High in movement and tranquility, rejecting and giving for the sake of Allah, loving and hating for the sake of Allah.

 

And angry because of God’s wrath against those whom God wraths in the sense of :

 

(In the name of Allah, we seek refuge with Allah. In the name of Allah, we put our trust in Allah. By mentioning the name of Allah, we believe in Allah, and whoever believes in Allah, he has no fear). The words of Allah Ta’ala:

 

(And whoever obeys Allah and His Messenger and fears Allah. and fears Him, then they are the ones who have peace): (OS. Annur: 52)

 

(Whoever holds fast to the religion of Allah, then surely he has been guided to a straight path). (OS. Ali Imran: 101)

 

(Whoever fears Allah, He will surely make for him a way out. And provide him with sustenance from where he does not expect it. And whoever puts his trust in Allah, Allah will provide for him). (OS. At-thalaaq: 2-3)

 

has said s.a.w.:

 

(Whoever recites the Qur’an has taken refuge with Allah in a refuge that no one can penetrate).

 

Some of them said: “I saw my ustadz on a red hut, adorned with green ornaments, and I said salaam to him and said: “Where are you, ustadz?” Where are you, ustadz?”. He replied: ” I am in the Oubbah of “Alfaatihah” and on me the refraction of “Surah Alwaagi’ah” and the turban of “Surah Al-Ikhlas”. The Prophet (s.a.w.) said:

 

(Whoever recites the Qur’an thinking that Allah will not forgive him is like one who mocks the Qur’an). And he said: “Protect your wealth with zakaah, and cure your sick with charity”). ‘

 

(The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Fasting is a protection and a strong fortress from the fire of Hell”.)

 

(It is narrated that: Truth is the preservation of speech, Charity is the preservation of wealth, sincerity is the preservation of deeds, honesty is the preservation of secrets, and deliberation is the preservation of opinions)

 

(From Abi ‘Umarah Albarraa’bin ‘aazib r.a. he said:” The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said, “O Fulan, when you prepare to sleep, (then) say:

 

(O Allah, I surrender myself to You, I submit my affairs to You, I protect myself to You, out of love and fear of You. There is no refuge and no escape from You except You. I believe in the Book You have revealed, and I believe in the Prophet You have sent, so surely if you die in the night, you will leave the world in a state of fitrah (purity), and if you live until the morning, then you have gained virtue). (Muttafaq’alaih)

 

(It has been narrated to us in the Book of Ibn al-Sunny from Anas (may Allah be pleased with him) who said: “The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings be upon him) said: “The veil between the eyes of the jinn and the ‘awrah of man is that when a Muslim man is about to take off his clothes, he should say :

 

(in the name of Allah, there is no god but He)

 

(In the name of Allah, I put my trust in Allah. O Allah, I seek refuge with You from being misguided or misled, from being wronged or blamed, from being injusted or wronged, from being unknown or unrecognized) (Said Annawawi: Hasan hadith).

 

(Anas reported that he said: “The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said: “Whoever comes out of his house, says :

 

(In the name of Allah, I put my trust in Allah, and there is no power or effort except with the help of Allah), it will be said to him: “You have been guided and guarded, (so) keep the devil away from him”.) . (HR. Turmudzi)

 

(In Sahih Muslim (rahimahullah) from Uthman ibn Abil’Ash r.a. that he had complained to the Messenger of Allah (pbuh) of the pain he had suffered in his body, since he entered Islam. So the Messenger of Allah said to him: “Place your hand on the area of pain while saying:

 

(By mentioning the name of Allah 3x. I seek refuge with the glory of Allah and His power from the pain that I suffer and worry about 7x). He said:” Then I did it over and over again, so Allah removed what I was suffering and I instructed my family to always do it that way.) (Reported by Muslim, Maalik, Abu Dawud and Atturmudzi).

 

(Ibn Umar r.a. reported that the Prophet (peace be upon him) said:” What is it that prevents any one of you, when he is in trouble in the affairs of his life, from saying, if he goes out of his house:

 

(In the name of Allah, I ask for (the preservation of) myself, my wealth, and my religion. O Allah, grant me contentment with Your pleasure, and bless me with Your decree upon me, so that I may not desire the hastening of that which You delay, and may not desire the delay of that which You hasten). (HR Ibnus-Sumni)

 

(FAIDAH)

 

It is mentioned in the Book of “The Messenger of Allah (S.A.W.) said: “Whoever has S(five) things in him, he will enter Paradise without accountability”:

 

(1) Whose refuge is:  (there is no god worthy of worship except Allah)

 

(2) Who, when he begins his work, says:   (By mentioning the name of Allah, the Most Merciful, the Most Merciful).

 

(3) Who, when he commits a sin, says:   (I seek forgiveness from Allah).

 

(4) Who, when calamity strikes, says:   (We belong to Allah, and to Him we shall return).

 

(5) Who, when faced with something undesirable, says:   (There is no power and no effort except for the help of Allah, the Most High, the Most Great).

 

(Abi Sa’iid Alkhudri r.a. reported that Gabriel came to the Prophet and said: “O Muhammad, is there anything you are suffering from?” He said: “Yes”. (Gabriel a.s) said:

 

(By mentioning the name of Allah, I curse you from everything that bothers you and from the evil of every soul and from the eyes full of malice (may) Allah heal you, by mentioning the name of Allah I curse you). (HR: Turmudzi – Sahih Hadith).

 

(In the book of ” ” Abu Na’iim has issued in ” ” with his sanad from Adh-dhahhaak from ibn Abbaas, he has said: “Whoever says “Bismillah”, means he has remembered Allah. Whoever says “Alhamdulillah” has thanked Allah. Whoever says “Allahu Akbar” has glorified Allah. Whoever says “Laa ilaaha illa Allah” has glorified Allah. Whoever says: “Laa haula walaa guwwata illaa billaah”, means that he has surrendered and submitted himself to Allah, and with these words, he has a treasure in heaven).

 

(The Prophet (s.a.w.) said: “If any one of you comes to his wife and says:

 

 (In the name of Allah, keep us away from the shaytaan and keep the shaytaan away from the blessing (child) that You bestow on us) then if from that relationship a child is determined, then the shaytaan will not harm him forever).

 

Sayyidi Alyaafi’ in his book has narrated about the virtue of dhikr, he has said: “Has said sescorany from some Ulama: “Once I fell seriously ill, which I myself felt hopeless about myself, and those who saw me also felt hopeless. When I was at my peak I suddenly saw in my dream on a Friday night, as if a man had entered my room and sat on the side of my head, followed by a large number of creatures. They were birds, and when they sat down, they transformed into human beings. When they entered my room, my eyes were always directed towards the door.

 

And when they had all entered, suddenly the man who had been sitting by my head raised his head and said: “My purpose in entering this country is to visit : 3 (three) people only. One of them was “This”, gesturing to me with his hand, and the other was Shalih Alkhalkhanii, whom I did not know before, and the other was a woman whose name was not mentioned.

 

Then he placed his hand on my chest while saying : .

 

(In the name of Allah, Allah is sufficient for me (as my protector), I put my trust in Allah, I hold fast to the religion of Allah, I submit my affairs to Allah, (according to) what Allah wills, there is no power except with the help of Allah). Then he said to me: “Increase the recitation of this phrase, for it contains a cure for all diseases, relief from all hardships, and help against every enemy. As for the first to recite this phrase, it was the “Angel of the Throne” a.s. when commanded by Allah to lift it up. And they will continue to say it until the Day of Judgment.

 

Then the one on his right or on his left will say:

 

(O Messenger of Allah, then (what) if it is said when facing the enemy?. He said: “Good, good, (it is) conquest, victory and good news).

 

So I thought it was Abubakar Shiiddig, so I said: “O Messenger of Allah, is this Ash-shiddig?”. He said: “No, this is my uncle Hamzah”, then he pointed to those on his left and said: “They are the martyrs”, then he pointed to those behind him and said: “They are the righteous”. Then he went out, and I arose, and my sickness had disappeared. Alhamdu lillaah.

 

(CHAPTER ON TAWAKKAL AND THOSE WHO DO TAWAKKAL AND THE MEANING OF TAWAKKAL)

 

Tawakkal is an integral part of faith, which consists of its foundations and branches. The verses relating to it are as follows:   (And put your trust in Allah, the Living (Eternal) Who does not die). (OS. Alfurqaan: 58), (and put your trust in Allah. Sufficient is Allah as a Protector) (OS. Annisaa’ 81).

 

(It is by the mercy of Allah that you are gentle with them. If you had been harsh and harsh-hearted, they would have distanced themselves from you. Therefore, forgive them, ask forgiveness for them, and consult with them in the matter. Then when you have made up your minds, then put your trust in Allah. Verily, He loves those who put their trust in Him). (OS. Al-Imran: 159)

 

(Say: “Never will anything happen to us except what Allah has decreed for us. He is our Protector, and it is only to Allah that the believers should put their trust. (OS. Attaubat: 51) Abu Tsaur said:” I have heard Asshafi’i (rahimahullah) say:” Allah has purified His prophet and elevated his status. So Allah Almighty said:

 

(And put your trust in Allah, the Ever-Living, Who is not athirst.) In terms of putting one’s trust in oneself, in one’s wealth, in one’s position, in one’s power, in one’s industry, in one’s agriculture, and in one’s fellow human beings. So whoever puts his trust in living beings, he will surely die. Allah SWT has purified His prophet from this, and he (the prophet) was commanded to always put his trust in the One Who is Living (Eternal) and who does not die.

 

As for the hadiths that are waarid with saheeh narrations regarding the virtue of “Tawakkal” which is the clothing (temperament) of the saadah, among others, as stated by the Messenger of Allah S.A.W. as follows : .

 

(Of my Ummah who will enter Paradise without reckoning there are 70,000 people. Someone said: “O Messenger of Allah, who are they?”. He said: “They are those who do not practice medicine with kayyi, do not conjure, do not tell fortunes and they put their trust in their Lord”. So ‘Ukashah ibn Muhsin got up and said: “O Messenger of Allah, pray to Allah that I may be included among them.” He said: “They are the ones who do not practice kayyi, do not conjure, do not tell fortunes, and they put their trust in their Lord. He said: ” You are one of them.” Then another man rose up and said: “O Messenger of Allah, pray to Allah that I may be included among them.” He said: “You are one of them. He said: “You have been preceded by ‘Ukashah”. (HR. Al-Imam Albukhari).

 

He said in his Sahih from Arrabi’ bin Khaitsam:   (And whoever puts his trust in Allah, Allah will provide for him). (OS. Aththalag: 3). yes’ni the place of escape from all the hardships among people. It has also been narrated that the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said:

 

Of this ummah (ummah of Islam) who will enter heaven without reckoning there are 70,000 crangs, and in another narration, each of them also brings (into heaven without reckoning) 70,000 people.

 

Has said s.a.w. :

 

(If you had put your trust in Allah truly, Allah would have provided for you as He provides for the birds. (They) fly away in the morning hungry, and return in the evening satiated).

 

(Whoever resolves to leave his affairs to Allah, Allah will provide for him from all difficulties, and he will be provided for unexpectedly. And whoever resolves to pursue the world, Allah will make a way for him).

 

(Al-Imam Albahgawi said regarding the words of Allah Ta’ala :

 

(And put your trust in Allah, surely Allah loves those who put their trust in Him.) Tawakkal means that you do not disobey Allah in seeking your livelihood. And there are those who say: “That is, you do not seek a helper for yourself other than Allah, do not seek your sustenance from a treasury other than the treasury of Allah, and do not seek a witness for your deeds other than Allah”.) “

 

(Hamdun Alqash-shaar said: “Tawakkal is taking refuge in Allah. And someone said to Haatim Al-asham: “Where do you eat from?”. He replied: “Allah has the treasures of the heavens and the earth, but the hypocrites do not understand”.

 

(FAIDAH):

 

(Ibn ‘Abbas (may Allaah be pleased with him) gave a fatwa on a recommendation for those who put their trust in Allaah, which is that they should go back to the people who plant crops, and they hoe and put seeds in the ground, so they are among those who put their trust in Allaah, and this is what some of the fuqaha’ have said.

 

(Sayyiduna Umar ibn al-Khaththab r.a. said: “Let none of you sit in the mosque and leave seeking provision saying: ‘O Allah, grant me provision’, for that is contrary to the Sunnah. And you all know that the heavens do not send down rain of gold or silver). “Al-Imam Annawawi said:” The scholars have disagreed about the meaning of the Prophet’s words:

 

Al-Imam Abu Abdullah Almaaziri said: “He said: “The majority of scholars are of the opposite opinion, because there are many hadeeths that mention the use of some medicines and foods such as black cumin, jadam, etc., and that the Prophet himself sought treatment. Many hadiths were narrated by ‘Aa’ishah r.a. about the frequent use of medical treatment by the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), and as we know, the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) also used incantations to cure diseases.

 

In a related hadeeth, it is stated that some of the Companions were rewarded for their revelations: And if this is believed to be true, then it is based on a hadith which states that there was a people who believed that medicine was very beneficial. So it is not just relying on Allah alone, but must make efforts through delivery and treatment and then put your trust in Allah SWT.

 

THE SEVENTH DHIKR AND ITS COMMENTARY

 

Then, Sayyiduna Umar began to explain the true dhikr, which makes man a true human being, and worthy of wearing the garment of knowledge and tasting the drink of belief, namely by uttering sentences that indicate the truth of faith, by which, the noblest of men have been favored over the noblest of angels and jinn. He (Sayyiduna Umar r.a.) said:

 

In the name of Allah, we believe in Allah, and whoever believes in Allah has no fear. (Ash-Shaikh ‘Ali said: “Saying Bismillah (in the name of Allah) is a complete refuge and reliance on some of the dignities of true faith, dhikr and true submission to Him. It is a high mercy and a symbol of the soul.

 

So the time has come when we will begin to explain the virtues of faith and clarify its truths, divisions, rulings and pillars as described in the Qur’an and the saheeh hadeeths of our Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) and the sayings of the prominent salaf, to the best of our ability.

 

The verses related to the above are as follows:

 

(And those who are deep in knowledge say: “We believe in the mutasyabihat verses, they are from our Lord.”) And those who are wise cannot learn from them. (OS. Ali Imran: 7).

 

((That is) those who pray: “O our Lord, indeed we have believed, so forgive us our sins and keep us from the torment of hellfire”). (OS. Ali Imran: 16)

 

(And if you believe and fear, then for you will be a great reward). (OS. Ali Imran: 179)

 

(Who is better in speech than he who calls to Allah, does righteous deeds and says: Surely I am one of those who surrender?”. (OS. Fushshilat: 33)

 

(Remember, verily, the guardians of Allah have no fear for them, nor do they grieve (for those who believe, and they always fear)). (OS. Yunus: 62-63) The hadiths related to the above are as follows:

 

(From Abdullah bin Umar r.a. he has said: “I have heard the Messenger of Allah SAW. said:” Islam is built on 5 (five) things, namely: Witnessing that there is no god but Allah and that Muhammad is His servant and His messenger, establishing prayer, giving zakat, performing hajj to the House of Allah (if able) and fasting in the month of Ramadan).   .

 

In the book ” ” authored by Almuhib Ath-thobari it is mentioned from Ibn Umar and others that “When Amirul Mu’minin Uthman bin ‘Affaan was sworn in as Caliph he wore a ring engraved with the words : ” .

 

(I have believed sincerely). And some say: 

 

(I have believed in the One Who created and perfected (His creation). And some say:

 

(You shall be patient or you will regret it).

 

Wahbi bin Alward reported that he said: “A man went out of his house late at night to Jabana. He said: “I heard a loud roar, and I saw a man carrying a bed and laying it down. Then a man came and sat on the bed, and his army was gathered around him (Then he said to them : Who among you can present ‘Urwah Azzubair to me?”. To this question, no one answered. So he repeated the question three times.

 

Then one of the soldiers said:” I am, O my lord.” Then he said: “In that case, depart now for Almadinah”. So the messenger set out for Almadinah, but not long after, he returned hastily, saying: “We are not able to face ‘Urwah”. Then he said: “Woe to you, how did that happen?”. So he said:” I found him uttering a few sentences in the morning and evening. Therefore, no one can go directly to him. ..:

 

The man said: “When morning came, I went out and came to Medina, and I went to Urwah. He turned out to be a great old man, so I told him what I had seen and heard, and asked him: “What is it that is said when the morning and evening hours come?” He said: “I say what is said when the morning and evening hours come. What is it that is said when morning and evening come?” He said, “I say :

 

(I believe in Allah, the Glorious, and I disbelieve in Jibti and Thaaghuut (devils and gods other than Allah), and I hold fast to a strong cord that will not break. And Allah is All-Hearing, All-Knowing.” (3x)

 

Abi Umar Sulaiman bin Abdullah r.a. reported: “I said: “O Messenger of Allah, tell me about Islam, which I would not ask of anyone other than him”. He said: “Say: “I have believed in Allah, then be steadfast . Imam Muslim) And in the narration of Turmudzi:” Then I said: “O Messenger of Allah, what is it that you fear most for me? So he spoke with his own tongue, then said: “This”).

 

(Al-Imam Annawawi said: “The scholars have said: “This hadeeth is from the collection of hadeeths of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), and it is in accordance with the words of Allaah :

 

(Verily, those who declare that our Lord is Allah, then they remain steadfast in Tawheed and continue to do righteous deeds, there will be no fear for them, nor will they grieve). (OS. Al ahqaaf: 13)

 

(EXPLANATION OF THE NATURE OF FAITH)

 

Let us now begin by explaining the nature of the meaning of faith, then some of its good qualities will be explained, then the virtues of faith will be highlighted. 

 

We divide the problem into 3 (three) chapters, namely:

 

  1. First Article: An explanation of the nature of faith and the signs of its experts.

 

  1. Second Article: Explanation of the rules that indicate the place where faith grows and its origins.

 

  1. Third chapter: A great explanation of the honor of the mu’minin of faith and its many virtues.

 

(FIRST CHAPTER) (AN EXPLANATION OF THE NATURE OF FAITH AND THE SIGNS OF ITS EXPERTS).

 

THEIR MANNERS, THEIR SPEECH, THEIR DEEDS AND WHAT IS PROPER FOR THEM.

 

The verses related to this are the following words of Allah Ta’ala:

 

(So fear Allah and mend relations among yourselves, and obey Allah and His Messenger if you are believers). – (OS. Al anfaal: 1)

 

(Verily, the believers are those who, when the name of Allah is mentioned, tremble in their hearts, and when His verses are recited to them, their faith increases.) And it is to God that they put their trust (i.e., those who establish prayer and spend of the wealth We give them). These are the ones who believe truly. They will attain some degree of elevation on the side of their Lord and forgiveness and a glorious blessing). (OS. Al-anfaal: 2-4)

 

(As your Lord sent you forth from your homes with the truth when indeed some of the believers disliked it). (OS. Al-anfaal: 5)

 

They argue with you about the truth after it is clear (that they will win), as if they were driven to death, while they see (the causes of death). ‘” (OS. Al-anfaal: 6)

 

The hadiths related to that are :

 

(“A slave does not believe until he believes in the good and bad destinies (of Allah) and until he knows that the calamity that befalls him is not wrong, and that what is wrong, will not befall him”. (narrated by Jabir and transmitted by Turmudizi)

 

(The Prophet said to Mu’adz bin Jabal r.a. when he entered him, who was crying: “How are you this morning, Mu’adz?”, he said: “This morning, I am in the state of believing in Allah”, So the Prophet said:” “O Messenger of Allah, there is not a single morning that I pass by, unless I think that I will not reach the evening, and there is not a single evening that I pass by, unless I think that I will not reach the morning, and I do not take a step, unless I think that I cannot follow it with another step. And I seemed to see every Ummah kneeling. Each ummah is called to (see) the record book of its deeds, including the prophets and their idols that have been worshiped besides Allah, and as if I saw the torment of the inhabitants of hell and the reward of the inhabitants of heaven. The Prophet s.a.w. said: “You have understood, so remain (in that state).

 

‘Ubadah ibn Ash-shaamit r.a. reported that he said to his son at the time of his death:” O my son, you will not be able to feel the essence of faith until you know that the calamity that befalls you is not wrong (destiny), and what is not destined, will not befall you. Indeed, I have heard the Messenger of Allah s.a.w. say:

 

(The first thing Allah created was the algalam (pen), so Allah said to it: “Write!”. He (algalam) said:” O my Lord, what shall I write?”. Allah said:” Write down the destinies of all things until the Day of Judgment.” O my son:” I have heard the Messenger of Allah s.a.w. say:

 

Whoever dies not on (this understanding), then he is not from my group). (Narrated by Abu Dawud)

 

(From Abi Musa Al Ash’ari that the Prophet of Allah s.a.w. said: The example of a mu’min who reads the Qur’an is like a citrus fruit, it has a pleasant taste and smell, and the example of a mu’min who does not read the Qur’an is like a date fruit, it has a sweet taste and no smell, and the example of a disobedient person who reads the Qur’an is like a lime fruit, it has a pleasant smell and no taste, and the example of a disobedient person who does not read the Qur’an is like a bitter melon, it has a bitter taste and no smell). (Saheeh hadith reported by Albukhari and Outaibah from Abi ‘Awanah).

 

(From Abi Hurairah r.a. he has said: “The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said: The Muslim is the one who can save the people of Islam from (the evil of) his tongue and hands. And the mu’min is the one who can secure people for their blood and property). (Issued by Turmudzi and Annasaai).

 

(On one day the Messenger of Allah s.a.w.v. had said to a group of his companions:” How are you?”. They said: “We are believers.” He said: “What are the signs of your faith?” What are the signs of your faith?”. They said: “We are patient in the face of calamity, we are grateful for happiness, and we are content with the occurrence of fate. He then said: “You are (truly) believers in the Lord of the Ka’bah”.)

 

Alhasan Albasri (may Allah have mercy on him) said: “You do not attain the essence of faith unless you do not insult a person for a disgrace, which is yours, until you have corrected your own disgrace, then you can correct his disgrace. If you do that, then before you correct a disgrace, you will find another disgrace in yourself that has not been corrected. And if you have done that, then you are taking care of only yourself. The best servant whom Allah loves is the one who corrects his own faults and then corrects others.

 

Maalik reported that he heard the Messenger of Allah (SAW) say: “Be steadfast and you will not be able to count (the virtues), and know that the best of your deeds is prayer, and there is no one who maintains ablution except a mu’min (true believer)”.

 

(From Ali ibn abi Talib r.a. that the Prophet s.a.w. said to him:” O Ali (3x) do not delay: Prayer when the time has come, the corpse when it has been prepared, and the daughter when you have found a suitable husband). (Issued by Turmudzi):

 

(ABOUT THE VIRTUES OF ALI AND THE BAYTITES AND THE LOVE FOR THEM)

 

Among the signs that indicate the truth of faith is the love of Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib and all the relatives of the Prophet Muhammad S.A.W. including his descendants and family r.a. as authorized by him r.a. with his words :

 

(By the One who splits the seed and creates animate beings, the Messenger of Allah (SAW) has promised that no one loves me unless he is a mu’min, and no one hates me unless he is a hypocrite).

 

(Reported by Muslim and Abu Haatim) In the Book of Arriyaadh, from Muhammad ibn al-Hanafiyyah that he said: “There is nothing left in the heart of a mu’min except brotherly love for ‘Ali and his progeny. Then he recited the words of Allah, may He be exalted:

 

Verily, those who believe and do righteous deeds, Allah, the Gracious, will instill in their hearts compassion” (OS. Maryam: 96). (Issued by Alhafizh Assalafii).

 

(In the Book of “Arriyaadh” from Albarraa”, he has said: “The Messenger of Allah s.a.w. said: “The position of Ali from me, is like the position of my head from my body”).

 

(In the Book of “Arriyaadh” it is mentioned from Abdullah he has said: “When I was by the side of the Messenger of Allah s.a.w and all the Muhajirin and the Anshar, who were gathered in the “Sariyyah” arrived. liba came Ali on foot in a state of anger. So the s.n.w. said. “Whoever makes him angry (means) he has made me angry”.So after he (Ali) sat down, the Messenger of Allah s.a.w. said: “How are you, Ali?”. He said:” His uncle’s sons have disturbed me”. Then the s.a.w. said: “O Ali, are you not pleased that you will be with me in Paradise, with Alhasan and Alhusain and our descendants behind our backs, and our wives and our relatives on our left and right?”. (Narrated by Ahmad in Manaagib). .

 

(In the Book of “Arriyaadh” it is mentioned, from Abdullah bin Alhaarith he has said:” I said to Ali: “Tell me about your most excellent position from the Messenger of Allah (s.a.w.)!”. !”. So he said: “Yes, when I was sleeping by his side, and he was praying.” When he finished his prayer, he said: “O Ali, I do not invoke virtue from Allah, the Glorious, the Majestic, except that I invoke it for you, and I do not invoke protection from evil from Allah except that I invoke it for you”. (Issued by Almuhamili)

 

(BRANCHES OF FAITH AND CHARACTER TRAITS OF THE MU’MIN)

 

O my brother, know and understand, expand your Islam and faith with these verses and hadiths. If you have a good character with something from these verses and hadiths, then your share of faith has been well obtained, and if not, then you should strive to obtain it, always asking Allah SWT for help.

 

If you do not love for your brother as you love for yourself, then your faith is gone, and you can neither give nor take away, neither harm nor benefit, neither bring about (good) nor repel (evil), but only seek reward and save yourself from punishment. You are only pleasing yourself, honoring him with your intentions and desires for the good of the mu’minin in general as it has been explained: “The intention of a mu’min is better than his deeds, and the intention of a hypocrite is worse than his deeds”.

 

If you cannot do good to them, then try not to do evil to them by restraining your hands and tongue from getting caught up in the affairs of their honor and property. It has been explained that the rights of a mu’min towards another mu’min are three things:

 

  1. To praise him and not insult him.

 

  1. In order to please her and not distress her.

 

3, . If you cannot help him, then do not disturb him.

 

Some say:” Whoever is able to protect people from their evil, then he has been able to fulfill his rights “as a mu’min. Know, understand, and practice, you will surely be fortunate and keep yourself away from just saying : 

 

and you yourself neglect to prove it in your heart. Indeed, you yourself have known little of this. In the texts of the Qur’an and the hadiths we have censured the hypocrites and the a’raab (mountain Arabs) and others like them among the Muslims. They are content with the shell without the contents, as Allah, may He be exalted, says (interpretation of the meaning):

 

(Among men there are those who say: “We believe in Allah and the Last Day, but they are not believers”. They seek to deceive Allah and those who believe, but they deceive only themselves, while they are unaware. In their hearts was a disease, and Allah increased the disease, and for them is a painful punishment, because they lied) (OS. Albagarah: 8 – 10)

 

(O Apostle, do not be grieved by those who hasten (to show) their disbelief, among those who say with their mouths, “We have believed”, but their hearts have not believed.) : (OS. Al-maaidah: 41)

 

The scholars have said:” It is well known that Muslims should rid themselves of these things. So advise yourself before you die!.

 

(And the s.a.w. said: You should have the characteristics of the faith: fighting the enemies of Allah with the sword, fasting on hot summer days, being patient when calamity strikes, forsaking the one who does riya’ when you believe in it, hastening prayer on cloudy days, making ablutions on cold winter days, and forsaking alcohol.

 

(And s.a.w. said: The faith of one of you is not complete until he makes his lusts obey what I have brought and does not deviate from it.” Al-Imam Almugaddisi said: “It is simple, whoever gains faith in Allah and the Hereafter correctly, then he will taste the sweetness of faith and the light will enter the heart, then he will know his Lord and love Him. And whoever loves something, his lusts will submit to it and will turn away from others. And your love for something will make you blind and deaf (S.a.w. said: “By me in whose hand you are, you will not enter Paradise until you believe, and you will not believe until you love each other. Shall I show you something that if you do it, you will love each other? Spread salaam among yourselves).

 

The meaning is as stated by Al-Imam Annawawi that it was narrated in Sahih Albukhari that he said: “Umar r.a. said: “Whoever gathers in himself three things has gathered faith (1): (2) trying to spread the greeting of peace (3). -Giving alms’/infaq to people who are in hunger.

 

(The s.a.w. said to Mu’adz bin Jabal r.a.): O Mu’adz, verily amu’min is before the truth like a prisoner, he knows that over him there is a Watcher who watches over his hearing, his vision, his tongue, and his hands, his feet, his stomach. his genitals to the glance of his eyes and the fragments of earth used by his toes, all his deeds and all his work. The Qur’an is his guide, longing (for Allah) is his vehicle, fear (of Allah) is his emblem, and honesty is his minister. O Mu’adh, indeed the mu’min has been restrained by the Qur’an from most of his lusts and desires, and has prevented him from destruction, by Allah’s permission).

 

(Sahil ibn Sa’d r.a. reported: ” Jibril came to the Prophet (peace be upon him) and said: “O Muhammad, live as you like and you will die, and do as you please and you will be rewarded for your deeds, and love what you like and you will be separated from it. And know that the glory of a mu’min is to wake up at night, and his glory is to feel rich from people). (HR. Thabrani)

 

(TRAITS OF A TRUE MU’MIN)

 

Yahya bin Mu’adz r.a. has compiled the following characteristics of a mu’min:” He should be much ashamed (of negative actions), not like to disturb (anyone), do a lot of good, do little harm, be honest in his words, talk little, do a lot of deeds, do little wrong, have little desire to know the affairs of others, do a lot of good deeds to relatives, have a lot of friendship, have a lot of patience, have a lot of gratitude, be content with Allah when fortune is tight, love his brothers, He should not curse, he should not revile, he should not insult, he should not complain, he should not gossip, he should not be hasty in his affairs, he should not covet, he should not be spiteful, he should not boast, he should not love the world (excessively), he should not be long-suffering, he should not sleep a lot, he should not be boastful, he should not be hypocritical, he should not be miserly. His face should always be bright and his tongue friendly, not gloomy. .

 

He loves something for the sake of Allah, hates something for the sake of Allah, is pleased with something for the sake of Allah, then he will increase his piety and harden his will in the worship of Allah, and it will be good.

 

His seatmate is his dhikr, his preoccupation is his Lord, and his activities are the affairs of the hereafter. And he (Mu’adz) has mentioned approximately 330 characteristics, among which are those mentioned above.

 

(THE NATURE OF NIFAQ AND ITS EFFECTS IN THE HEART)

 

Haatim Al’asham said: “The mu’min is always busy with: thinking and learning knowledge, and the hypocrite is busy with stinginess and wishful thinking (empty). The mu’min despairs (from wanting to have what is in the hands of others) except from Allah, and the hypocrite fears from everyone except from Allah. The mu’min sacrifices his wealth and not his religion, and the hypocrite sacrifices his religion and not his wealth.

 

The mu’min does good and weeps, and the hypocrite does wrong and laughs. The mu’min loves solitude (aikhalwah), and the hypocrite loves revelry and mixing with people. The mu’min plants and fears corruption, and the hypocrite cuts and expects a harvest.

 

The mu’min commands and prevents stratagem and it becomes mashlahat, and the hypocrite commands and prevents leadership and it becomes corrupt.

 

(Sayyiduna Ali k.w. said: “Faith appears in the heart as a white dot, so every time faith increases, the white color increases, and when faith is complete, the whole heart becomes white. And the nifag (hypocrisy) appears in the heart as a black dot, so every time the nifag increases, the color of the black increases, and when the nifag is perfect, the whole heart becomes black).

 

(Abi Hurairah r.a. reported: “The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said: “If a man commits adultery, faith will come out of him, and there will be a shade over his head. If he repents, the faith will return to him.” (Reported by Abu Dawud) (Reported by Abu Dawud and Atturmudzi).

 

(It was said ‘alaihish shalaatu wassalaam: “Whoever is pleased with Allah as his Lord, Islam as his religion and Muhammad as his prophet, will enter Paradise”). (HR. Abu Sa’id).

 

(It was said ‘alaihish shalaatu wassalaam:” Whoever says in the morning and in the evening three times:

 

then Allah has the right to be pleased with him).

 

 (COVER)

 

Sayyiduna Abdullah bin Alwi Alhaddaad in his book:   “Know, O my brothers, that the one who is pleased with Allah as Lord, then he should be pleased with His rules and accept whatever is bitter for His qadha, and for the sustenance given to him. Therefore, he should always obey Him, keep His obligations, avoid His prohibitions, always be patient with His trials, always be grateful for His blessings, always desire to meet Him, and always be pleased with Him as his Protector, Ruler and Sustainer. Whoever is pleased with Islam as his religion will be honored and honored by it, as long as he strives for it, and as long as he strives for it, he will be honored and honored by it, and as long as he strives for it, he will be honored by it. So long as he is keen on strengthening and increasing his Islamic knowledge, and is firm in his stance in seeking knowledge, then he will be happy and content. He will also be afraid of losing his Islam, so he will hate those who deny it and are hostile to it.

 

And whoever is pleased with Muhammad (s.a.w.) as his prophet, then he should follow his example, follow his guidance, hold fast to his sharee’ah, honor his right, make many salutations to him, love his progeny and companions, and love one another.

 

(And s.a.w. said: “Verily, Allah does not look at your form and deeds, but He looks at your heart and intentions”).

 

(And has said s.a.w.: “When the light of faith has entered the heart, it will be joyful and spacious. Someone said: “Is there a sign of that?” He said: Yes (that is) abstaining from worldly affairs, and returning to (the affairs of the tkhirat, and preparing for death before it comes). With this hadith, it is clear to you what precedes and follows it, ‘that the sign of the strength of faith is simplicity of life in the world, “WHICH IS VERY IMPORTANT”.

 

Shaykh Muhammad ibn Ibad said in “Explanation of Wisdom”: One of the great blessings that Allah has bestowed upon a slave is the realization of faith and the love of obedience in his heart, as well as the hatred of disbelief and disobedience, and these are among the great blessings that no slave can find except by the grace of Allah.

 

If not for these two ni’mat, he would certainly be in darkness and misguidance, and would drown in the sea of ignorance. Allah SWT has reminded of these ni’mat in His glorious Book with His words:

 

(But Allah made you love the faith and made it beautiful in your hearts and made you hate disbelief, wickedness and disobedience. They are the ones who follow the straight path, as a bounty and a blessing from Allah). (OS. Alhujuraat:7-8)

 

(and perfected for you His ni’mat. outwardly and inwardly) (OS. Lugman: 20) Outwardly, the ni’mat has had a visible impact on you, and inwardly with His blessings and the excess of His grace on you on an ongoing basis.

 

(OODAR / DESTINY IS THE SECRET OF ALLAH ON EARTH )

 

A man had asked Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib r.a.: “O Amirul-mu’minin tell me about godar?” He said.

 

 “(it is a dark path that we do not travel). He repeated the question. He said:  (It is a deep sea, do not dive into it.) He repeated the question. He said:

 

 (That is the secret of Allah on earth, hidden from you, let us not discuss it).

 

Al-Imam Annawawi in Sharh al-Sahih Muslim said: “The people of the Sunnah wa’l-Jamaa’ah are unanimously agreed that godar or destiny refers to all events that occur by the decree of Allah, both good and bad, beneficial and harmful.

 

Allah’s Word:

 

(He is not asked what He has done, and they are the ones who will be asked). (OS. Al-anbiyaa: 23)

 

It all belongs to Allah Ta’ala, He can do whatever He pleases, and no one can prevent Allah, the King of His kingdom. Imam Abul-Muzhaffar Assam’aani has said

 

“The way to know about this subject is based on the Qur’an and the Sunnah, and not just on some illogical notion. So whoever turns away from the text will find himself lost and confused, and his soul will not be healed and he will not find peace in his heart. This is because destiny is one of the secrets of Allaah, which is covered by special curtains that cover the minds of the creation and their knowledge, so we stop at this limit and do not go beyond it.

 

 Sayyiduna Al-Umari said:” There are three branches of faith:

 

(1). Ilmul-Yaqiin is : the result of seeing with the evidence of knowledge with certainty.

 

(2). Ainul-Yaqiin is the result of actual witnessing.

 

(3). Haqqul-Yaqiin, which is what happens in a real and sudden way. The first is like one who knows that there is water in the sea. The second and third are like a person who jumps into the water to bathe and drink from it.

 

So Ilmu-Yaqiin is workable, and Ainul-Yaqiin is like that too, and Haqqul-Yaqiin is eternal, and is the one who has the right to stay in the heart and after that it will not disappear. In other words, not all ilm-yagiin is entitled to remain, and if so, then where is the belief of the prophets a.s. from the belief of some people.

 

Al-Umari has said: “Faith is the trajectory of the heart when it is absent from alhadrah” and yaqiin is permanent as long as it is present. So whoever has correct knowledge, correct religion, correct faith. And whoever has correct faith, correct ma’rifat. And whoever has correct ma’rifat, correct monotheism. And whoever has correct monotheism in this world, correct meeting with Allah in the Hereafter. So Al-Iman is the basis of Al-yagiin (belief), and ilmul-yagiin, ainul-yagiin and haggul-yagiin are its branches and some exceed others.

 

It is stated in the hadith: “Faith is belief in its entirety”.

 

It has been narrated from Ash-shaykh Ma’ruf Alkurkhi that he said to Haatim Al’asham: “My provisions are four tigers:

 

(1) I see the world and the hereafter as equal to the kingdom of Allah.

 

(2). I saw all of them servants of God and His lovers.

 

(3). I see that provision and its causes are in the hands of Allah.

 

(4). I saw Allah’s gadha (decree) being carried out on His creatures throughout Allah’s earth.

 

May Allah benefit us all. Ammiiin. Sayyiduna Al-Umrari said:” Know that the punishment of the blur is real, it happens to both the soul and the body, and believing in it is obligatory, as explained in the Bible and the Sunnah. It is also obligatory to believe in the existence of heaven and hell in the knowledge of Allah. As for the place, there is no text that explicitly states where it is, so we cannot determine it. Most scholars are of the opinion that Heaven is above the seventh layer of heaven below the Throne, as He says (interpretation of the meaning):

 

(That is) in Sidratil Muntaha. Near it is a heavenly abode). (OS. Annajm: 14-15) and the words of the Prophet (s.a.w.):

 

(The ceiling of heaven is the Throne of the Most Merciful, while the fire of hell (may Allah protect us from it) is under the seventh layer of the earth).

 

And it has also been explained that salt water (sea water) is from the level of jahanam. Al-Umari finished his explanation. Ash-Shafi’i quoted in his book 4 from Muhyiddeen ibn ‘Arobi that he said: “Ahl al-Kasyaf (those who can see with the sixth sense) saw the sea, which is salty now, lighting up. He said: “For this reason, Ibn ‘Umar and others did not like to do wudoo’ with seawater, even though it is permissible according to the law”. Some of them said that tayammum is preferable to ablution with sea water.

 

He quoted Allah’s words:

 

(And when the sea is heated). (OS. Attakwir : 6) i.e. it turns back into a blazing fire.

 

(TALK ABOUT THE HADITH THAT ALLAH CREATED ADAM IN HIS IMAGE)

 

Al-Imani-Annawawi in his commentary on Sahih Muslim” The Prophet said:

 

(If any one of you fights his brother, let him avoid the face, for verily Allah has created Adam upon His image).

 

As for the words of the s.a.w.:

 

(So Allah created Adam in His own likeness) is one of the hadiths about characteristics.

 

Imam Nawawi said: “There is a clear and easy explanation of the ruling in Kitab A-imaan, and some of the scholars refrained from interpreting it. He said: “We believe that it is true” and that is not what is meant. It has a meaning that is worthy of Allah, may He be exalted, and this is the view of most of the salaf, and it is the most careful and clean. And the second is to purify Allah Ta’ala : (That He is the One in Whom there is no resemblance). Then Almaaziri said: “This hadith (that Allah has a form that is not like a form, and this is what he said) is out of order, because a form requires a structure and every structure is bahru, and Allah, may He be glorified and exalted, is not bahru, nor is He composed, nor is He given a form”. Then he has said, namely Almaziri: “And this is what is said about “they say:” Allah, the Almighty Creator, is something but not like something, has a body but is not like a body, and the difference is that lafzhiyyah is something that does not require occurrence. As for the body and form, they require creation and arrangement. And that is the dalill of a creature’s occurrence. ‘

 

NOTES:

 

To avoid any misunderstanding about the form of Adam a.s. we should refer to the words of Allah Ta’ala :

 

(He (Allah) created the heavens and the earth with a right purpose. He formed your image and He perfected your image and only to Him is your return). (OS. Attaqhaabun: 3)

 

Here it is clear that the form that Allah gave to Adam a.s. and his children and grandchildren, is not the form of Allah Himself, but the form that Allah SWT has, which is the same as the content of His words : .

 

(Allah (the giver) of light to the heavens and the earth. The example of Allah’s Light is like an impenetrable hole etc.). (OS. Azzumar: 35)

 

Here it is also clear that Allah is the Giver of light and not Allah Himself is light, because light is a creature created by Allah and Allah is the Creator, while the Creator does not resemble creatures according to His words:

 

(There is none like Him. And He is the All-Hearing, the All-Seeing). (OS. Ash shura: 11)

 

(TALK ABOUT: SEEING ALLAH TA’ALA)

 

Al-Imam Annawawi said in his commentary on Sahih Muslim about the words of the Prophet (peace be upon him):

 

(You know that none of you can see his Lord until he dies).

 

Almaaziri said: “In this hadeeth there is a warning about the permanence of seeing Allah in the Hereafter, and that is according to the madhhab of ahlil-haggi. In other words, although seeing Allah is impossible, as the Mu’tazilah claim, it is not tied to death. Then Annawawi has said: “And the hadeeths that warn of this have been described in the Book of Faith, which is full of verses of the Qur’an. And the solution to the problem has been clearly explained. Then Annawawi said: “Algoodhii said: “According to the madhhab of ahlil-haggi, seeing Allah in this world is not impossible, rather it is possible. Then they differed in their opinions about its occurrence. As for those who adhere to this hadeeth, they have prevented it by referring to the words of Allah, may He be exalted:

 

(He is not accessible to the sight of the eye, but He is all-seeing, and He is the Most Subtle, the Most Knowing). (OS. Al-an’aam: 103) to those who think they can see Him in the world.

 

He said:” Similarly, they differed about the Prophet having seen his Lord in the night of Israa”.

 

Among the salaf, who included the Companions and the Taabi’een, who were followed by the Imams, jurists, hadith scholars and researchers, there was also a well-known difference of opinion.

 

Then he said:” Most people refrain from the opinion of seeing Him in this world, because the nature of the son of Adam is to be weak to bear the risk, just as Moses a.s. could not bear it in this world (i.e. when he asked to see Him).

 

To confirm that the Prophet saw his Lord on the night of Isra’ wal mi’raaj with his own eyes, it is not impossible in his position as the owner of the inheritance of ahlil yagiin which is reinforced by :

 

(Remember, verily, the guardians of Allah have no fear for them nor do they grieve. (They are those who believe and they always fear. For them is glad tidings in the life of the world). (OS. Yunus: 62-64) and His words:

 

(And) in the life of the Hereafter. There is no change in the words of Allah. Such is a great victory). (0S. Yunus: 64) and His words:

 

(For those who do good, there is the best reward (heaven) and its addition). (OS. Yunus: 26)

 

It has been explained in the tafseer that what is meant is seeing the face of Allah, the Glorious, although seeing Allah in this world is impossible, as the Prophet Jesus (peace be upon him) said:

 

(O hawariyyin, expand your stomachs, so that your hearts may see your Lord), and in accordance with what is stated in the Oudsi hadiths, that Allah SWT says:

 

(O My servant, empty your belly and you will surely see Me and detach yourself from your worldly affairs and you will surely reach Me).

 

(FAITH INCREASES AND DECREASES)

 

Know that faith is justifying and believing. Umair ibn Habib said: ” Verily, faith has additions and deficiencies. Someone said: “Then what is the addition?”. Ja said: “If we remember Allah and praise Him, then that is the addition. And if we forget Him and turn away from Him, then that is the lack.

 

(Umar ibn Abdul Aziz wrote to Addi ibn Addi: “Verily, in faith there are matters of duty, shari’a, law and sunnah. Whoever perfects them has perfected faith and whoever has not perfected them has not perfected faith).

 

It is astonishing that there are those who disagree that the transgressor will experience a change in faith “increase or decrease”, when it is quite clear that the strength of faith can be compared to the strength of a person in his youth in his health, strength and youth. And weak faith is likened to the weakness of a person in his sickness, weakness and old age, or faith is likened to :

 

(Like a plant that sends forth its shoot, and the shoot makes the plant strong, and it grows and stands upright on its tree, and the plant pleases its planters). (OS. Alfathu:29) and the opposite is the opposite, i.e. the reasonable person does not deny the addition and lack of faith. Or the change of faith can be likened to the change of the moon ( ), from the crescent moon to the full moon, which is known as the 13th, 14th and 15th nights, and then understand for yourself: Abu Ishaq al-Asfaroonii said: “Ahlul-hag are unanimous that all that is said in Tawheed concerns TWO THOUGHTS: The first is “That whatever is depicted in the imagination and understanding, Allah is not like that.” The second is “Believing that the Essence of Allah is not like that. The second is to believe that His Essence does not resemble anything and is free from defects. This is confirmed by His words:”   (And there is no one equal to Him). ‘ (OS. Al-Ikhlas: 4)

 

(THE THIRD CHAPTER IS ABOUT THE VIRTUES OF FAITH AND THE MU’MININ AND THE GREATNESS OF THEIR HONOR, AND IS BASED ON VERSES, HADEETHS AND SAYINGS OF THE COMPANIONS).

 

As for the verses, they are :

 

(Allah establishes those who believe with that firm speech in this life and in the Hereafter, and Allah misleads the wrongdoers and does whatever He pleases). (OS. Ibrahim: 27)

 

Our Lord, forgive me and my parents and all the mu’min on the day of reckoning. (OS. Ibrahim: 41) and has said through the mouth of His Prophet Noah a.s. :

 

– (O my Lord, Forgive me, my mother and father, those who enter my house in faith and all those who believe, male and female). (OS. Nuh :28)

 

(Those who believe and do not mix their faith with injustice (shirk), they are the ones who have security and they are the ones who are guided). (OS. Alan’aam: 82)

 

(O my son, do not associate partners with Allah, indeed associating partners with Allah is a great injustice) (OS. Lugman: 13 )

 

(O Prophet, verily We have sent you to be a witness and a bearer of glad tidings and a warner, and to be a caller to the Religion of Allah with His permission and to be an illuminating Light. And give glad tidings to the mu’min that indeed for them is a great blessing from Allah). | (OS. Al-Ahzaab: 45-47).

 

(Allah is the Protector of those who believe. He brings them out of darkness (disbelief) into light (faith)). – (OS. Albagarah:257)

 

(And say: “Work, and Allah and His Messenger and the believers will see your work, and you will be returned to the One Who knows the unseen and the real, and He will tell you what you have done.”) (OS. Attaubah: 105) The hadiths are as follows:

 

(Allah’s Apostle said: The best deed is to believe in Allah and His Messenger. Someone asked: “Then what? Then what, O Messenger of Allah?”. He said: “Fighting in the way of Allah”. Someone asked: “Then what? Then what?”. He said: Mabrur Hajj”). (Reported by Bukhari and Muslim).

 

(Ubadah bin Shaamit has narrated from the Prophet (SAW) that he said: The best of a person’s faith is to know that Allah is with him wherever he is).

 

(Al-Imam Albughawi has narrated with his sanad from Ibn Umar, who said: “The Prophet (SAW) said: “Verily, Allah will ward off calamity with a righteous Muslim from 100 families of his neighbors.”). Then Ibn Umar recited :

 

(If Allah had not repelled (the ferocity) of some of the people with that of others, the earth would have been destroyed. But Allah has bounty (poured out) upon the universe). (OS. Albagarah: 251)

 

(From .Abi Hurairah r.a. that the Messenger of Allah SAW. has said “There is no Mu’min except I am the foremost person for him in this world and the hereafter”. If you wish read :

 

“The Prophet is (should be) better for the mu’min than themselves”. (OS. Al-ahzaab: 6) So whichever ziru’min leaves behind property, let it be bequeathed to his family and if he leaves behind debts or family, let him come to me, and I am the ruler). (Issued by Bukhari and Muslim)

 

(The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said: “Verily Allah Ta’ala gives the world (wealth) to the beloved and the unloved, and does not give faith except to the beloved).

 

(From Anas r.a. he said: “The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said: “There is no mu’min except that he has two doors, one of which will increase his deeds, and one of which will decrease his provision. And if he dies, both of them weep for him. So that is what He said

 

(So the heavens and the earth did not weep for them) (OS. Addukhan: 29) .. (Issued by Atturmudzee)

 

(Turmudzi has narrated from Buraidah r.a. that the SAW. has said: “The inhabitants of heaven consist of 120 groups, 80) groups from this ummah (Islam) and 40 groups from all ummah).

 

(Whoever desires to see Allah, Allah desires to see him, and whoever does not like to see Allah, Allah does not like to see him). So Aisha r.a. said: “We do not like death. We do not like death.” The Prophet (SAW) said: “Not so, but a mu’min, when death comes, he will be delighted with the pleasure of Allah and His mercy, so that there is nothing he loves more than what is before him, so he wants to meet Allah and Allah also wants to meet him. And indeed the disbeliever, when death comes, will be delighted with the punishment of Allah and His torment, so there is nothing he hates more than what is before him, so he does not like to see Allah, and Allah does not like to see him). (Issued by “Alkhamsah” they are: Albukbari, Muslim, Maalik, Turmudzi and Annasa’ii).

 

(From Abi Hurairah r.a. that the Messenger of Allah (SAW) said “It is not permissible for a mu’min to leave a believer more than three nights”, so when three nights have passed, he should go to him and greet him, and if his greeting is returned, then both of them have shared in the reward, and if his greeting is not returned, then ja has borne his sin and the one who greeted him is free from the sin of leaving him). (HR Abu Dawud with Hasan isnad).

 

(Abu Hurairah r.a. reported that the Messenger of Allah (s.a.w.) said: “Abstain from prejudice, for indeed prejudice is a lie of speech, and do not grope and find fault with others, do not argue with each other, envy each other, hate each other and turn your backs on each other, but be you servants of Allah who are brothers, as you have been commanded. One Muslim is the brother of another Muslim, he should not mistreat, insult or mock him). (HR, Muslim)

 

(CHAPTER ON THE POOR). ,

 

(The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “Allah, the Most Holy, will say on the Day of Judgment: “Which are My chosen ones among My creatures?” The angels will say: “Who are they?”. Allah says: “They are the poor Muslims, who are satisfied with My provision and are content with My decree, enter them into Paradise. (There) they eat and drink while (other) people are in reckoning, in a state of indecision.” This is what is mentioned in Al-Ihyaa.

 

(The Prophet (s.a.w.) said: ‘Whoever has good prayers, a large family, little wealth and does not gossip about the Muslims will be with me in Paradise like this (he pointed with his two index fingers).

 

(S.a.w.: “Verily, Allah Ta’ala has said Whoever is hostile to My wali (beloved), then I allow him to be fought. My servant does not draw near to Me with an ama! that I have made obligatory upon him, nor does My servant draw near to Me with voluntary deeds until I love him. When I have loved him, then I become his hearing with which he hears, I become his sight with which he sees, I become his hand with which he strikes, and I become his feet with which he walks. If he asks Me, I will surely give him, and if he seeks refuge with Me, I will surely protect him. And I do not hesitate in something in which I Myself am the Doer of My hesitation in taking the life of My mu’min servant when he does not like death, and I do not want to trouble him.” (Abu Hurairah r.a. and quoted by al-Bukhari in his Sahih).

 

(A servant is brought before Allah on the Day of Judgment, then Allah asks him for an excuse, just as one asks for an excuse from another person in this world with His words:” By My glory and majesty I have not once set aside the world from you because of your negligence towards Me, but I have prepared for you glory and excellence. Come out O My servant into this shafshaf (with His words: “Whoever feeds you for My sake or whoever clothes you for My sake, by whose deeds he hopes for My pleasure, take him for you, while at that time people were drenched in sweat. So he broke through the rows and saw the one who had done the good deed, and he took him and put him in Paradise.” (Sura al-Baqarah 2:9)

 

(S.a.w. said: “Indeed, the first reward given to a mu’min after his death is the forgiveness of those who deliver his body.” : . (HR: Abdu Hamid and Albazzaar from Ibni Abbas r.a.)

 

(THE DANGER OF GOSSIPING AND ITS REPREHENSIBILITY)

 

(S.a.w.) said: Usury has seventy doors, and the simplest is like a man marrying his mother. And the greatest usury is when a man reveals the honor (of his Muslim brother). Ea (HR. Abu Shaykh from Abi Hurairah ra.) According to the narration, which has been narrated about the Prophet Musa Alkalim, that Allah the Almighty has revealed to him: “: “Whoever dies repenting from :gossiping” then – he is the last to enter heaven. And whoever dies while persisting in gossiping is the first to enter Hellfire. So be careful!

 

Several hadiths have narrated regarding “the honor of the Muslims, especially regarding the poor and the needy”, such as what has been narrated by Albukhari from Mush’ab bin Sa’d bin. Abi Waqqaash, he has said that he saw Sa’d had the virtue of others, so said the Prophet SAW. :

 

(Know that you will receive help and sustenance because of the poor among you).

 

(S.a.w. said: “O people, fear Allah, for by Allah, no mu’min oppresses another mu’min except that Allah will avenge him on the Day of Judgment”). (HR: Abdu bin Hamid from Abi Sa’id Alkhudri).

 

(Abi Sa’id Alkhudri r.a. reported that the Messenger of Allah s.a.w. said: “A Muslim will not be full (satisfied) from the virtue he hears until he reaches the end of Paradise”.)

 

(Abi Hurairah r.a. reported that the Messenger of Allah s.a.w. said: “When the end of the age comes, the dreams of the mu’min will not lie, and the dreams of the mu’min will be one of the forty-six parts of prophethood.” (Reported by five narrators, and some of them added: “And whatever is part of prophethood is not a lie”).

 

He said: “Blessed is the one who meets me and believes in me, and blessed is the one who does not meet me and believes in me.” (Abu Hurairah r.a.) In another narration, it was added: “They said: “Blessed is the one who meets me and believes in me. (In another narration, it is added: “They said: “What is Thuubs?” he said. What is Thuubs?” The Prophet (may Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him) said: “Thuuba is a tree in Paradise, the length of which is one hundred years. The garments of the inhabitants of Paradise come out of its petals.)

 

(GREAT IS THE SIN OF KILLING A MU’MIN)

 

(S.a.w. said: “The killing of a mu’min is greater in the sight of Allah than the disappearance of the world.”) (HR. Dhiyaa from Yaziid)

 

(Umm Dardaa’ r.a. reported: “I heard Abu Dardaa:” I heard the Messenger of Allah (S.A.W) say: “All sins may be forgiven by Allah, except the one who dies a polytheist or the mu’min who kills a mu’min intentionally”.) (Reported by Abu Dawud).

 

(It has been said Alaihis-salaam: “The loss of the world is easier for Allah than the killing of a mu’min without right). The hadith is reinforced by the words of Allah SWT :

 

(And whoever kills a mu’min intentionally, his recompense shall be Hellfire, and he shall abide therein, and Allah shall be angry with him, and curse him, and prepare a great punishment for him).  (OS. Annisaa: 93) Regarding the above issue, the scholars have a different opinion which is stated by Al-Imam Annawawi in “Sharah Muslim”, and I have quoted it at the beginning of my book regarding the translation of Sayyidina Alfagih-Almugaddam, which is a blessed summary of the following sentence: “that killing a mu’min intentionally is a major sin and that it is not like associating partners with Allah, for which there is no forgiveness for the perpetrator according to the words of Allah :

 

(Verily, Allah will not forgive the sin of shirk, and He forgives all sins other than that, for whom He wills). (OS. Annisaa: 48)

 

pan I have quoted (this matter) and I will explain it in this book when we come to Dhikr: viz: “The Conditions of Repentance”, regarding the hadith about a man who killed 99 people, then he asked a monk: “Will he get repentance”? “Will he get repentance (forgiveness)?” but the monk refused, meaning that he would not be forgiven. Then the monk, who was not wise enough, killed another 100 people.

 

Then he asked another pious person, and he was told that he would receive repentance (according to the hadith). Here it is clear what Al-Imam Annawawi stipulated that: “A person who kills a mu’min, if he does not repent, his punishment will be Hellfire.” .

 

(THE RIGHTS OF MUSLIMS OVER MUSLIMS)

 

(FAIDAH):

 

Addamiri has said in the Book “and it has also been narrated by Al-Ashbahanii in the Book” in the chapter “Fulfilling the NEEDS OF MUSLIMS” from Ali ibn Abi Talib r.a. that he said: “the Prophet (s.a.w.) said:

 

(A Muslim has 30 rights towards his Muslim brother that cannot be circumvented except by fulfilling them or seeking forgiveness from him): To forgive his faults, to be concerned for his distress, to cover his disgrace, to accept his excuses, to refuse to backbite him, to always advise him, to maintain his friendship, to maintain his honor, to visit his sickness, to witness his funeral, to fulfill his invitation, to accept his gifts, to reciprocate his visits, to be grateful for the blessings given to him, to defend him well, to fulfill his needs, to accept his requests for help, not to disappoint his intentions, to reply to his prayers, To help him when he is oppressed is to prevent him from being oppressed, and to help him when he is oppressed is to help him when his rights are taken away from him and to protect him, and not to be hostile to him, not to hand him over to the enemy, not to insult him, and let ja desire good for him as he desires good for himself.

 

Then Ali ibn Abi Talib said: “I have heard the Messenger of Allah S.A.W. say: “Verily, whoever among you leaves something out of the rights of his brother, that right will be demanded of him on the Day of Resurrection. Then Ali bin Abi Talib r:a. said: “Addamiri said: “These (rights) have been counted and collected so that their number exceeds 40 (forty) characteristics. (finished).

 

(S.a.w.) said. “The mu’min has four enemies (namely) : A mu’min who envies him, a hypocrite who hates him, a shaitan who misleads him and a disbeliever who fights him.”) (HR. Addailami in Musnad Alfirdaus)

 

(From Shormah r.a.. he said: “The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said: “Whoever harms a mu’min, Allah will harm him (because of it), and whoever troubles a mu’min, Allah will trouble him (because of it).” (Issued by Atturmudzi)

 

(S.a.w. said: “A mu’min will not be spared until the Day of Resurrection from having a neighbor who annoys him). . (HR. Abu Sa’id)

 

(S.a.w. said: ‘The earth has never been devoid of thirty people like Prophet Ibrahim Khalilir-rahmaan. With them you were saved, with them, you were given sustenance and with them the rain was sent down to you all). (HR.Ibn-Hibbaan)

 

(The Prophet (s.a.w.) said: “If the inhabitants of the heavens and the earth were allied in the shedding of the blood of a mu’min, Allah would surely immerse them in the fire of hell”.) (HR. Abu Sai’id Alkhudri and Abu Hurairah r.a.).

 

(It has been narrated from Abi Hurairah r.a. that he said: “The mu min is more honorable in the sight of Allah than the angels by His side).

 

(The Prophet (s.a.w.) said: “Whoever frightens a mu’min, it is certain that he will not be given security by Allah and that which frightens him on the Day of Resurrection. (IR. Ibn Umar r.a.)

 

(The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “There is no dead person who is prayed for by a congregation of 100 Muslims, all of whom ask for his intercession, except that he will be given intercession. And there is no Muslim who dies and is prayed for by forty men who do not associate anything with Allah, except that they will be given intercession for him. (for the deceased). And in another hadith, it is mentioned: three rows (HR Ashhaabus-sunan) Al-Imam Abul-Hasan Ash-shadzali Ali ibn Abdillah has said: about what he quoted from Ash-shaykh Al-Imam Al-jalil Sharafuddin Ash-shadzali (may Allah benefit us with both of them) in his book: if the nur of a disobedient mu’min were shown, it would cover the space between heaven and earth. So what about the nur of an obedient mu’min, the nur of a righteous servant, the nur of a martyr, the nur of a righteous person, the nur of a guthub (imam of the saints), the nur of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and the nur of the messengers (a.s.)?

 

(In a hadith from Ibn Abbas r.a.:” The Messenger of Allah S.A.W. looked at the Ka’bah and said:” Congratulations to you, O house of Allah, how great you are and how great your glory is. By Allah, indeed a mu’min is more honorable in the sight of Allah than you. Verily, Allah has forbidden from you one thing only, but from a mu’min three things: his blood, his wealth and prejudice against him).

 

(The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “No mu’min sends good wishes to a mu’min, except that from his good wishes, Allah creates an angel who worships Allah and his reward is given to him. And when he has passed away, he comes to him and says: “Do you know who I am?” Do you know who I am? The believer said: “No.” No.” So he says: “I am the joy that you put into so-and-so’s heart at that time, and now I will comfort your solitude, and strengthen your proof and establish you with a steady speech, and I will show you the sights of the Day of Resurrection and I will help you from your sins and will show you your home in heaven).

 

(S.a.w. said. “Whoever does good to a mu’min has done good to me, and whoever does good to me, Allah will do good to him.” And in another narration: “The most important means of getting closer to Allah is the good deed done by a person to a Muslim.” (Narrated by Ibn Bisyar). (Narrated by Ibn Bisyar Attaimi)

 

(Ash-Shaikh Ma’ruf Alkurkhi said: “Whoever says every day ten times (10x) :

 

(O Allah, improve the condition of the Ummah of Sayyidina Muhammad, O Allah lift the distress from the Ummah of Sayyidina Muhammad, O Allah have mercy on the Ummah of Sayyidina Muhammad), he will be recorded (among) the abdal (ranks of the guardianship).

 

(COVER – )

 

In the Book: it is mentioned that there is no glory that Allah gives to His servants in this world and the Hereafter like “Iman in Him, and ma’rifah with His Lordship, because all the virtues of this world and the Hereafter are actually one of the branches of Iman in Allah regarding things, positions, which come from Allah, and His will. And all the nur, knowledge, openness, penetration into the realm of the unseen, hearing conversations, receiving karaamah (glory) and what is found in heaven consisting of angels, buildings, rivers, fruits or as inhabitants who are pleased with the kumia from Allah, and are pleased from Allah and can meet with Allah. These are the fruits of faith and its effects and radiance. Shaykh Abul-Hasan said: “There are two glories that merge. Indeed, there are two glories that merge, the glory of faith with increasing conviction and witnessing reality. And the glory of charity is to emulate and follow (what is prescribed), and to avoid things that are false and deceitful. And whoever conceals the two and tries to find a way to the other, then he is a liar, guilty in your right and in your deeds.

 

THE EIGHTH DHIKR AND ITS COMMENTARY

 

When Shayiduna Umar completed the description of the essence of faith which is very high in the things required by a mu’min, then he Sanctified his Lord (Allah) who has no match for Him or resembles Him or equals Him. Then he said:

 

MAHA SUCI ALLAH MAHA GLORIOUS ALLAH

 

MAHA SUCI ALLAH MAHA MAJESTY ALLAH. (3X)

 

Ash-Shaikh Ali said: “The meaning of Subhanallah is that He, the Most Holy, the Most Glorious, is protected by a curtain of glory that cannot be penetrated by imitation or equation, or by being overwhelmed by empty imaginations, or by the imagination of those who like to imagine, or by those who like to describe, or He cannot be overwhelmed by the strokes of the pen, or reached by the mind.

 

Great is Allah, who is behind the veil, with majesty that is overwhelmed with beauty. Great is Allah from likeness and imaginations.

 

Glorified is Allah from what they say or what they describe or what they imagine. ..:

 

Allah’s Word:

 

So do not make partners for Allah; surely Allah knows, and you do not know. ‘ (QS. An Nahi: 74).

 

And Allah is of the Most High Attributes. (QS. An Nahl: 60). We began by explaining the simple letters that describe (Tasbih and Sanctity). As for the explanation of its virtues, we will explain after we reach the 9th dhikr:

 

Insha Allah Ta’ala.The verses related to the above are the words of Allah Ta’ala:

 

(About anything you dispute, then the verdict (is) up to Allah (who has such attributes) That is Allah my Lord, to Him I put my trust and to Him I return. He is the Creator of the heavens and the earth, and He has made for you from your own kind pairs, and from the cattle pairs; and He has caused you to multiply thereby. There is none like Him, and He is the All-Hearing, the All-Seeing). (QS. Ash-Shura:10-11).

 

He is unapproachable to the sight of the eye, while He is all-seeing. And He is the Most Subtle, the Most Knowing (QS. Al An’amm: 103).

 

Always glorify Allah, whatsoever is in the heavens and whatsoever is in the earth, the Most Holy King, the Mighty, the Wise. (QS. Al Jumu’ah:1) .

 

Sanctify the name of your Lord Most High. (QS. Al-A’l :1l).

 

But that power is only for Allah, for the Messenger and for those who are mu’min. (QS. Al Munafigun: 8)

 

Great is your Lord, Who has greatness and grace. (QS. Ar Rahman: 78). The hadiths are as follows: From Abi Musa r.a. he said: “The Apostle of Allah SAW has said:

 

“No one can be more patient with what he hears, or his ears, than Allah, the Glorious, the Exalted, who has been associated with something and is considered to have a son, while Allah, the Exalted, continues to provide them with prosperity and sustenance”. (Reported by: Bukhari Muslim).

 

From Abi Musa ra. he has said: “The Messenger of Allah (SAW) stood before us and said: “Verily Allah Ta’ala does not sleep and it is not proper for Him to sleep. He lowers the scales of deeds and raises to Him the deeds of the night before the deeds of the day, before the deeds of the night. His curtain is nur, which, if caught, would burn the rays of His face, and the gaze of the creatures would not reach Him. (Issued by Muslim).

 

Explanation:

 

It is the Nur of Allah’s face – that is, if the Nur, which has been blocked from the view of the servant, is revealed and hits something, it will certainly be destroyed, like the fainting of the Prophet Moses (peace be upon him) who wanted to see Him, and the mountain was destroyed when the Nur of Allah Ta’ala appeared to Moses (peace be upon him).

 

Some of the masters of wisdom said. “Whoever clings to his intellect will slip, and whoever feels rich in his wealth will be deprived of it, and whoever seeks honor from creatures will be despised.

 

The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said: “Verily, the dhikr that you all recite of : Allah’s Glory, His Tasbeeh, His Tahlil and His Tahmid (then) those dhikr (are always) in love around the ‘Throne. Those dhikr have a roaring sound like the sound of bees, mentioning the names of those who think of them. Wouldn’t you like one of you to be mentioned by Allah as one who thinks of Him?”.

 

Ibn Abbas r.a. reported that a man said: “O Messenger of Allah, is there a prayer that is not rejected? He said: “Yes, there is”, that is, you should say:

 

O Allah, I ask You by mentioning Your asma’s, the Most High, the Mighty, the Great, the Gracious.

 

In the book of Ibn Sunny from Ibn Umar r.a. he has said: “The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said: “If you feel fear from a sulthan (ruler) or others, say :

 

There is no God but You. Mighty is Your protection and great is the praise of Your Essence. It should be noted that the one who makes dhikr with the words (Allah is mighty, and Allah is great) should bring to his heart one of the signs of Allah’s power, which indicate the greatness of His creatures, as stated in His words:

 

“It is Allah who created the seven heavens and the earth in the same way”. (QS. Ath Thalaag: 12) and His words: “.

 

“And a sign for them is the night: We took away the day from the night, and they were in darkness”. (QS. Yaasiin: 37). and so on.

 

. Then he simultaneously said ( ) (Great is Allah).

 

Algusyairi has narrated in “Chapter on the Characters of the Saints of Allah” from Alunad bin ‘Athaa’, that he said to me: “A camel spoke to me on my way to Mecca”. This happened because I saw some camels carrying heavy loads on their backs, and they had stretched out their necks at night:

 

(Glory be to Allah, who is willing to carry that burden). Then the camel turned to me, saying:  (Say: “Glory be to Allah), and I said:  (Glory be to Allah).

 

CHAPTER ON THE INTERPRETATION OF “ATTASBIH”

 

Now we say:  (description of the meaning of the phrase “tasbih”), then : (description of the meaning of the word “tasbih”), then: (the meaning of the word “mighty”), then: (the meaning of the word “mighty”). According to the scholars, the word ( ) is , ( ) – a name that means ( ) which is marked with a nashab or fathah reading ( … ) and is added to a name that is clear, such as the word and is also added to the word: ” (which is not visible), as He said: ( ) meaning (those who disbelieved said: “Allah has a son, Glory be to Allah”).

 

What is meant by mudhmar here is the one with the word :   , until it becomes:   As mentioned. in the hadith: (Glory be to You, my Lord) and in sha’ir sometimes what is called (the addition) is cut off with as said by a poet: meaning: (Glory be to Him, then Glory be to Him, we seek refuge in Him). Al Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib r.a. reported that he was asked about ( ), and he said: “It is the word that Allah has approved for His Essence”. He was asked again about ( ) and he said: “Glorifying the greatness of Allah”. .   Ibn Abbas (may Allah be pleased with him) was asked about the meaning of ( ), and he replied: “The Sanctity of Allah”. Then, a man came to him and said: ( ), we know that there is no god but Allah and we know that : “all blessings are gifts from Allah” and He is the One who is praised for His blessings and ( ), we know that : “there is nothing greater than Him”, then what does ( ) mean? He (Ibn Abbas ra) said: “It is a phrase that Allah has favored for Himself and the angels have been commanded to glorify it and the righteous knock at the door of His mercy with it.

 

In a hadith, from Ibrahim bin Yazid Attaimi from the Prophet SAW. he said :

 

( ) is to purify Him, to preserve the One Who is the Mighty and the Great from everything bad.

 

Of these wonderful things, the one that bequeaths to a wise person that in pursuing tasbeeh, he should think about what happened to him seems to be the most appropriate.

 

Those with discerning hearts have said: “Allah has created in man a kind of secret realm of existence, as is commonly called the “small realm”. Other than man, who is endowed with beautiful features and perfect limbs, both physically and mentally, other creatures do not have these things, meaning that they are not as perfect and beautiful as what Allah has bestowed upon man.

 

Allah has adorned man with both external and internal members, and has also given him a sense of heat, cold, dryness, and freshness. That is Allah’s mercy to man.

 

Allah says: “And in yourselves, do you not see?” (Adh Dzariyat:21).

 

Al-lmam Albaghawi has narrated with a chain of transmission from Ibn Abbas r.a. from the Prophet SAW, he said: “Allah Ta’ala has said: “The son of Adam has deceived Me for which he has no excuse, and he has insulted Me for which he has no excuse, and he has insulted Me for which he has no excuse. As for his lying to Me (was) his supposing that I could not restore him to his original state, and his insulting Me (was) his saying that : I have a son. Glory be to Me from having a wife or son.

 

Ibn Mas’ud r.a. ja said: “I said: “O Prophet of Allah, what is the greatest sin in the sight of Allah?”. He said: “You have made a partner for Allah, when it is He who has created you.” I said again: “Then what other sin?”. He said: “You killed your son for fear that he would eat with you.” I said (again): “Then what other sin?”, he said: “You fornicate with your neighbor’s wife”.

 

“FROM SOME OF THE SYARAHS OF AS. A’ ALLAH AL HUSNA”

 

Shaykh Aljalal Attibrizi said:  His Asma ( ): meaning He is the One who gives glory. “Whoever recites it 140 times on Monday nights and Friday nights after the Maghrib and Isha prayers”, he will be given authority among the creatures and not have the slightest fear except of Allah SWT.   His Asma ( ): meaning He is the One who humbles. “Whoever fears from an oppressive or spiteful person, let him recite it 75 times then after that, he prostrates himself while mentioning his enemy or the person who oppressed him with the words :   “O my Lord, save me from (the evil of) so-and-so”, then he will be protected by Allah from the evil of that person.

 

Ash-Sharji has quoted in his “Book of Alfawaid” from the famous Al-‘Alim the great Waliyullah Ahmad bin Musa bin “Ajiil (may Allah benefit us with them), that he said: “Let the following du’aa’ be said in the presence of the fearful, the unjust and the wild animals, then they will be harmless. (i.e.):

 

I have become mighty with the help of the One Who is Mighty and Majestic, and I put my trust in the One Who lives, Who does not die.

 

Perish those people, and blind their eyes, and I put my trust in the One Who is the Most Subduing) then. three blasts will be blown, then that person (the enemy) will not speak anything except what he likes (only). 

 

His Asma’s ( ) : meaning : “Whoever thinks of it for 40 days, reciting 41 times each day, will be made rich and noble by Allah, and will not be in need of one of His creatures.

 

And it should be recited after the Fajr prayer. 

 

His Asma’s ( ): meaning : He is the Greatest.

 

Its efficacy is that it will hasten the fulfillment of the prayers of those who pray to Him. One should think of prayer, especially of His Asma. 

 

meaning (the Most Prompt) and His asma’ meaning (God of majesty and magnificence).

 

Some scholars have said: “With the blessing of this asma’, Allah will give majesty, authority and glory to His Prophets and Guardians. And whoever hopes for the fulfillment of a matter, should recite it 700 times, then surely Allah SWT. will give whatever he asks.

 

It has been narrated that the Great Asma’ :

This 1100 number was inserted into it (the letter of the caller) so that the caller became so that it changed to: then the number was reduced to 1095 only. It has been explained in the hadith “Pursue this (prayer of Yaa Dzal jalaali walIkraam), let it be multiplied with earnestness”.)

 

Hence he is referred to as : ( ) (Asma’ of Allah the Most Great).

 

THE NINTH DHIKR AND ITS COMMENTARY

 

Then Sayyidina Umar, after going through some obstacles and difficulties,,,. “, – finally he moved on to the next dhikr which is “worthy of the majesty of Allah SWT.”. Tasbih is “the prayer of the angels and the tasbih of the creatures”. And “with that tasbih”, they are granted sustenance, all the time with all its levels, namely :

 

“HOLY ALLAH AND ALL PRAISE BE TO HIM ..: MOST HOLY IS THE MOST GREAT GOD”. (3x)

 

Ash-Shaikh ‘Ali (may Allah benefit us all with his knowledge) said: “This is how the sanctity of His Asma (attributes) is in three stages, whether it is about His Essence, Attributes or Fi’il (actions), with the sanctity of the Attributes being a symbol of something, whether it is about His designation or His identity, which is the identity of Majesty.

 

It is said that dhikr is the “prayer” of animals, plants and frozen objects. And it is with this dhikr that the creatures, are granted sustenance by Allah Ta’ala.

 

Whoever thinks of it three times after Fajr, and three times after Maghrib, will not find anything he does not want in his body.

 

And whoever brings it 100 times after Fajr, then the dhikr will bring blessings to his sustenance. This dhikr is the most important dhikr to approach Allah SWT.

 

I will now present some verses from the Qur’an and Hadith that show the truth and greatness of this dhikr (Attasbiih).

 

The verses are: Allah’s Word:

 

And praise your Lord before the rising of the sun and before its setting. And you praise Him at night and after the prayer. (QS. Qoaf: 39-40).

 

“And glorify your Lord when you rise up, and glorify Him at some times of the night and at the setting of the stars (at dawn)”. (QS. Ath-Thurr: 48-49)

 

“And there is nothing but praise to Him, but you do not understand their praise”. (QS. Al-Israa’ : 44)

 

“And had he not been among those who glorified Allah, he would have remained in the belly of the fish until the Day of Resurrection”. (QS. Ash-Shaaffaat: 143-144).

 

“Said the one who was best of mind among them: “Did I not say to you that you should glorify your Lord?”. They said: “Glory be to our Lord, indeed we are the wrongdoers”. (QS. Al Oalam: 28-29).

 

Verily (this) is a true belief. So glorify the name of your Lord, the Greatest. (QS. Al Waagi’ah: 95-96).

 

“So praise your Lord and be among those who prostrate (in prayer)”. (QS. Al Hasyr: 98)

 

Adh-dhahak said: the meaning of the saying: l Glory be to Allah and all praise be to Him Jabir bin Nafir has narrated, he has said: The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said:

 

It was not revealed to me to amass wealth and become one of the merchants, but it was revealed to me : Praise your Lord and be among those who prostrate themselves (in prayer) and worship your Lord until there comes to you the certainty (of death).

 

Allah Ta’ala has said:

 

And to Him belongs all that is in the heavens and on the earth. And the malaika, the angels at His side, they have no pride in worshipping Him nor do they grow weary. They praise Him night and day without ceasing. (QS. Al Anbiyaa: 19-20) The hadiths related to it (tasbih) are as follows:

 

Abu Hurairah r.a. said: “The Apostle of Allah (SAW) said: “Two sentences that are light on the tongue, heavy on the scales and loved by Arrahmaan (Allah the Merciful) are :  (HR.AI Bukhari)

 

FAIDAH

 

It is narrated that whoever prays 2 (two) raka’ats reciting in each raka’at : Al Fatihah, Ayat-Kursi (3x), Oul yaa ayyuhal kaafiruun and Oulu huwallaahu ahad (11x), and after the prayer says :

 

Glory be to Allah and all praise be to Him, Glory be to Allah, the Great. I ask Allah’s forgiveness. (100x) then Allah will pay off his debts. and expand his sustenance (It has been tested for efficacy). ,

 

Abu Dzaar said: “I said to the Messenger of Allah (PBUH): “What is the most beloved deed to Allah?” He said: “What is the most beloved deed to Allah? He said: (That which Allah has chosen for His angels.

 

Abu Hurairah r.a. reported that he had heard the Messenger of Allah (SAW) say: “When Allah SWT. has returned the soul of a servant at night (awakened from sleep), then he glorifies Him, asks His forgiveness and prays to Him, surely his prayer will be answered.

 

It has been narrated that a man came to the Messenger of Allah (SAW) and said: “The world has turned away from me and the stock that I have in my hand has dwindled”. He said: “Where are you from the prayer of the angels and the tashih of the creatures by which they are granted sustenance?” He said: “What is that, O Messenger of Allah?” He said: “Say it 100 times:

 

between the rising of dawn until you offer the Fajr prayer, then the world will come to you obediently and willingly. And from each sentence, Allah will create an angel who will glorify continuously until the Day of Judgment, while the reward is given to you. (HR. Al Bukhari in his Sahih)

 

SAW said. “Whoever says : (SUBIANALLAAHI WA BIHAMDIHI) 100 times a day, his mistakes will be erased even if they are as many as the foam in the sea.

 

Jabirr.a said: “The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said: “Whoever says (a date palm tree will be planted for him in Paradise), he will be the first person to say the following.

 

Shaykh Abdul-Wahhaab As-Sha’raanii said: One night, Allah opened the veil for me, and I heard the tasbih of all creatures (consisting of) animals and frozen objects like a very loud thunderbolt. It happened (between) after the Maghrib prayer and Isha’, and it almost took away my mind. Then I asked Allah Ta’ala to take away the hearing. Allah gave me His knowledge and answered my prayer.

 

In the hadith of Ath-Thabrani, it is mentioned that Qubaishah Bir Almakhaarig came to the Messenger of Allah and said: “Teach me a few sentences with which Allah will benefit me. I am old, and I feel weak so that I can no longer practice what I once recited”. So the Prophet (SAW) said: “As for your worldly affairs, they are : When you have finished the morning prayer (Fajr) say

 

Glory be to Allah and all praise be to Him, Glory be to Allah, the Most High and all praise be to Him, and there is no power and strength except for the help of Allah, the Most High and the Most Great, so if you say these words, you will be protected by Allah from : the pain of leprosy, common disease, stripes and paralysis. As for the affairs of your hereafter, then say :

 

“O Allah, guide me from Your side. bestow Your bounty upon me, extend Your mercy to me, and send down Your blessings upon me”). Then SAW. said: “When a servant comes on the Day of Judgment with the reward of dhikr, four doors of Paradise will be opened for him; he may enter from whichever door he wishes”,

 

‘Athaa’ ibn Khalid (rahimahullah) said: “Whoever in the morning or evening says :  (3x) he will not find anything displeasing in himself, his family or his wealth until evening or morning.

 

Jabir bin Abdillah r.a. has narrated from Allah’s Apostle Say that he said: “Allah has said to me. “O Muhammad, there are five things that will weigh heavily on the scales of your Ummah on the Day of Resurrection: one of them : “The testimony (shahadatain) that there is no god but Allah, and that Muhammad is His servant and messenger”. Second: “Establishing the five daily prayers”. Third: “Saying: Fourth “Fifth utterance: “Al-Istighfar (asking Allah’s forgiveness). O Muhammad, verily I have made each of these letters (dhikr) heavier than Mount Uhud on the scales of the deeds of your people).

 

Al Imam Hujjatul Islam has mentioned in the happy ending of the Book “DZIKRUL MAUT WA MAA BA’DAHU” (remembering the death of the afterlife) that: it was shown to Al Imam Awas bin Malik (in sleep), then he asked him: “What has Allah done to him?”. He replied: “Allah SWT. has forgiven me with the sentence uttered by Usman bin “Affan r.a. when he saw the corpse of a person

 

“Glory be to Allah who lives and does not die), and I said it then.”

 

In “ALHAQAA’IQT” he (Hujjatul Islam) said: “AIImam Almaaliki in the book “RIYAADHUN NUFUS”” has issued (a hadith) from Anas bin Maalik from the Messenger of Allah SAW. which is true and justified that he said: “Whoever says ( ) in a crowd of people with no intention of being praised (riya’), then Allah will create from that dhikr (tasbih), an angel who will (continuously) glorify and glorify Him until the Day of Resurrection, while the reward (of his words) is given to that person”.

 

SAW has said: “Whoever says (tasbih) : .   Allah will establish for him 124,000 virtues”.

 

From Abi Hurairah r.a. he has said: “The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said. “Whoever sits in a gathering where there is much conversation, useless conversation, then before getting up from that gathering he says :

 

“Glory be to You, O Allah, and all praise be to You. I testify that there is no god but You. I seek Your forgiveness and I repent to You), then he will be forgiven for what happened in that gathering.” (HR: Turmudzi) Ath Thabrani and Al Kharaithy have narrated: “Whoever says in the morning 1000 times, he has bought himself from Allah and at the end of his life will be free from Hellfire.

 

FAIDAH

 

Among the things that can remove doubt (waswas) is to increase speech:

 

“Glory be to Allah, the One who possesses, the Creator. If He willed, He would have wiped you all out, and (then) brought forth a new creature, and that for Allah is very easy. “

 

Al Maalik Al ‘Ash’ari r.a. said: “The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said: “Cleanliness is part of faith, alhamdu (praise) fills the balance of deeds, Subhaanallah and Allahu Akbar fill the space between heaven and earth, Prayer is light, Sadaqah is evidence, Ash Shabru (patience) is light, Al Gur’an is evidence that will defend you or will harm you. All people are in a state of walking, some sell themselves and destroy themselves, and some buy themselves and free themselves (from hellfire)”. (This hadith was reported by: Imam Muslim, Turmudzi and An Nasaa’i).

 

PRAYER BEADS – SPECIAL PRAYER BEADS

 

This Tasbih is specific and has been narrated by the scholars. Al Imam Ali bin Talib r.a. has narrated that :

 

(It is that the Messenger of Allah (SAW) loved this Surah (i.e.) and was the first to say :

 

is Archangel Mikail.

 

SAM said: “O Gabriel, will you tell me about the reward of the one who says it, both in prayer and outside of prayer?”. Gabriel a.s. said: “O Muhammad, there is no mu’min who says it in his prostration, except that it will be given a reward in the balance of his deeds (miizaanihi) heavier than the Throne and the Chair and than the mountains of the world”, whereupon Allah said: “My servant is right, I am the Most High of all, and nothing is above Me. O My Angels, bear witness that I have forgiven him, and I will admit him to My Paradise”. ‘

 

And when he dies, he will be visited by Archangel Mikail a.s. every day. And when the Day of Resurrection comes, he will be carried on his wings, then brought before Allah “Azza Wa Jalla saying : “My Lord, please allow me to give him syafa’at”. Then Allah Almighty says: “I have given you permission to give him peace, so take him to heaven”. (This is what Al Imam Ats Tsa’labi mentioned in the interpretation of “Suratul A’laa).

 

GREAT FAIDAH ABOUT THE VIRTUE OF “ATTASBIH”

 

This chapter has actually been explained in the previous excerpt of “Shahih Al Bukhari”, but since the wording of the hadith is different, and there are additions, there is no harm if I present it again as follows

 

(The author of “Alhaqaaiiq Alwaadhihaat” has quoted him as saying: “Addaar-Quthni reported that Ibn Umar said: I was with the Messenger of Allah (SAW) when suddenly a man came and said: “O Messenger of Allah, indeed this world has turned away from me and has disappeared”. Then said the Messenger of Allah SAW: “Then where are you from the prayer of the angels and the tasbih of the creatures?”, say when dawn breaks 100 times then, (property) the world will come to you willingly “, So the man went for 3 days. Then he returned to the Messenger of Allah (SAW) saying: “The world has come to me and I do not know, where. I should keep the treasure”.

 

(Regarding the tasbih) from Ibn Mas’ud, he said: “I saw the Prophet (PBUH) visited by a man who mentioned the depletion of food in his hand. Then he was ordered to say “tasbih this”, And has said SAW. : “that Jibril a.s.. has come to me saying : “O Muhammad would you like me to teach you “some sentences” which I have deliberately hidden for you, without (being given) to the Prophets a.s..”. Then Jibril a.s. commanded me (to practice) this tasbih, after the rising of the Dawn until (performing) the Fajr prayer”.

 

In the book “Alhagaaig Alwaadhihaat”, Alhasan bin Muhammad bin Ash Shabah Azza’faraani has narrated from Sufyaan bin Umar, and from “Ubaid bin Umar, he has said: “Prostrating in praise of “9 lah, in one sheet (shahifah) that is the sheet (record of deeds) of a mu’min, will be better for him than the mountains on earth containing gold. The Prophet (SAW) said: “The food of the believers in the time of the dajjal, is the food of the angels, namely: “Attasbih wattagdiis” (Glorify Allah SWT.). So whoever at that time says “Attasbiih” Allah will take away his hunger”.

 

THE TENTH DHIKR AND ITS COMMENTARY

 

Then Sayyidina Umar increased to the “eternal source of piety”, which contains great values and is clear (real), then he said :

 

“ALL HOLY GOD AND ALL PRAISE IS TO GOD AND THERE IS NO GOD TO BE WORSHIPED BUT GOD AND GOD IS GREAT” (4x)

 

Ash-Shaykh ‘Ali has said by referring to “purity” on the basis of the clear verses that deal with deity (uluhiyyah) in general and the praiseworthy attributes that cover all aspects of fi’li.

 

  It is ( ) that saves the one who utters it from corruption and removes him from the darkness of sinful thoughts that have a negative impact.

 

And it is the most perfect of His attributes, and the greatest of the desires of those who want to see Him or know His attributes such as His deeds or His place of existence or His eyes or His words. ..:

 

Ash-Shaykh Ali pointed out 4 (four) things to be understood

 

that is: ” (purity with its perfection)”. (Dignities, attributes, actions and attributes (descriptions)). These four characteristics are the basis of the creation of beings, both on earth and in the heavens.

 

Glory be to Allah from any likeness of Him, whether of His Essence, His fi’il or His attributes. And this is what is called (eternal deeds again pious), which promises the One who thinks of it a perfect reward, and will Repel all kinds of calamities and will bring happiness.

 

ETERNAL DEEDS AND THEIR VIRTUE.

 

With the help of the One who owns, the One who is the Giver, we begin to compile the virtues of these words and state their truth from the sources of the verses of the Qur’an and the Hadith of the Prophet (peace be upon him) as follows: The verses related to this dhikr are the words of Allah Ta’ala:

 

But deeds that are lasting and righteous are better in reward with your Lord, and better to hope for. (So, take note of this beautiful praise that comes from the One Who is the Protector and the Hag. And it is a balanced praise, giving healing and sufficiency. How perfect and how complete for those who really want to pay attention to it,

 

And lasting deeds and righteousness are better in the sight of your Lord, and better afterward. (QS. Maryam: 76) And His words also :

 

“To Him belong good words and good deeds”, (QS. Faathir: 10).

 

And his words also:

 

“Have you not noticed how Allah has made an example of a good sentence like a good tree, its roots firm and its branches (reaching) to the sky. The tree gives its fruit in every season with the permission of its Lord. Allah has made these examples for mankind so that they may remember” (QS. Ibrahum: 24-25). And His words also:

 

“Verily, We have sent you as witnesses, messengers of glad tidings and warners, that you may believe in Allah and His Messenger, and strengthen His religion. And glorify Him in the morning and in the evening”. (QS. Al Fath: 8-9). And the verses that praise this sentence are many, including the words of Allah :

 

And say: “Praise be to Allah who has no son and no partner in His kingdom, and He is not a lowly one who needs a helper, and great is He with the greatest exaltation”. (QS. Al Israa’ : 111)

 

The hadiths related to the dhikr mentioned above are as follows :

 

Ibnti-Abi Aufaa r.a has narrated, he has said: “A man came (to the Messenger of Allah) and said: “O Messenger of Allah, I am unable to take anything from the Qur’an, so teach me that which will reward me”. He said: “Say :

 

He said: “O Messenger of Allah, this is for Allah and what is for me?” He said: Say ….  “O Allah, have mercy on me, make me well, guide me, and grant me sustenance”. So he said the prayer with his hands raised up. The Prophet (SAW) said: “As for this, it means that he has filled both hands with virtue”.

 

(This hadith was reported by Abu Dawud according to the original wording, and by An Nasa’i up to the words:

 

Imam Abu Ishak Ats Tsa’labi has narrated in his tafseer with a chain of transmission from Abu Hurairah r.a. from the Prophet (SAW) regarding the words of Allah :

 

 (“To Him ascend good words and good deeds.”) He said: “That is the speech of a person:

 

“If a person utters these words, the angels will take him up to the heavens, and with these words, the angels will pay homage to the Most Compassionate (Arrahmaan)”. And if the one who utters these words does not have any good deeds, they will not be accepted.”

 

Abi Sa’id Al-Khudri (may Allah be pleased with him) reported that the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings be upon him) said: “Increase by all of you (Albaagiyaatush Shaalihaat)!” Then someone asked: “What is that, O Messenger of Allah?” He said. “He is the one who saves”. Someone asked: “What is that? What is that, O Messenger of Allah?” He said: “Takbir, tasbih, alhamdu and Laa haula walaa Quwwata illaa billaahil-‘aliyyil “adziim”, meaning nothing else, is the utterance of :

 

From Anas bin Malik r.a. he has said: “Abu Oubaishah bin Dhuaib came to the Prophet and said: “Verily, I used to be a person who practiced : “fasting, prayer, hajj, and “umrah, so teach me the ‘umalan that can pursue both the good of this world and the hereafter”. He said: “I will teach you ten things, five for your Hereafter and five for your worldly affairs”,

 

As for what is for your hereafter, it is :

 

and that for your worldly affairs is (prayer):

 

“O Allah, guide us from Your side, bestow upon us Your blessings, spread upon us Your mercy, send down upon us Your blessings and cover us with Your garments of mercy and well-being in this world and the next, O Most Beneficent, Most Merciful, then surely Allah will protect you (with that prayer) from madness, leprosy, stripes and various calamities”.

 

Abdullah ibn Mas’ud r.a. reported that he said: “I have spoken to you all about a hadith, which I have informed you of its truthfulness, which comes from the Holy Book of Allah, the Almighty: “Verily, if a hmaba says :

 

Glory be to Allah, that speech was caught by an angel and crushed under his wings and brought up. The angel did not pass through a group of angels, except that they asked Allah’s forgiveness for the servant who said it, until the angel carrying the speech (tasbih, tahmid, tahlil and takbir) paid homage to the Most Holy Arrahmaan. Then Abdullah recited :

 

 (HR. Al Baihaqi)

 

An Nasaa’i has narrated from Abi Hurairah r.a. that the SAW. has said: “Take your refuge”. We said: “O Messenger of Allah, is it from the enemy who is already before us?”. He said: “Protection from the fire of hell (i.e.) speech :

 

They will come on the Day of Resurrection as a shield, a defender and a savior.” (Those utterances are what is called) (lasting and righteous deeds).

 

The Prophet (SAW) said: “On the night I underwent Isra”. Prophet Ibrahim a.s. met me and said: “Tell your Ummah, that heaven is a good land, the water is fresh and the soil is fertile, the plants are : 

 

“THE RECITATION OF PROPHET ADAM A.S. DURING TAWAF”

 

 In the book “Alhaqaaiqul-Waadhihaat”‘, Abul-Walid Al-Azragi has mentioned about “Akhbar-Makkah” from Ibn “Abbas r.a. he said : “The Prophet Adam a.s. when performing Hajj, he circumambulated the “Albait” seven times. Then he was met by the angels while doing tawaf”.

 

They said: “Ya Adam, mabrur your hajj, indeed we angels have performed “hajji” before you in this house (ka ‘bah), 2000 years”. Prophet Adani a.s. said: “What do you say during tawaaf? They (the angels) said: At that time, we said:

 

Then Prophet Adam a.s. said: “Add to that:

 

Then after Prophet Ibrahim a.s. built the Kaaba, he also performed the “hajji worship” as well. So the angels met him while he was doing tawaf and greeted him. Prophet Ibrahim a.s. asked them: “What do you say when you are doing tawaf?”. They said: “We say before your father Adam a.s. :

 

and we have told Adam a.s. about it”, then Adam a.s.

 

He said: “Add to it

 

Then Prophet Ibrahim a.s. said: “Add to it” He said: “So the angels carried it out perfectly (i.e.) :

 

The Prophet (SAW) said: “Is there no one among you who can practice something like Mount Uhud?”. They said: “To the Messenger of Allah, who can do such a thing?”. He said: “Each one of you can do it”. They said: “O Messenger of Allah, what is it?”. He said. “It is greater than Uhud, and it is greater than Uhud, and it is greater than Uhud” and “it is greater than uhud”.) As happy as the salaf were, whenever they heard someone begging they would say: which means: (Who is the one who will give a loan to Allah, a good loan (spending his wealth in the cause of Allah). (QS. Al Bagarah: 245). he said this is a good loan.

 

It should be noted that those who say this from among the salaf are doing so because they are poor people who have an excuse, as Allah, may He be exalted, says (interpretation of the meaning):

 

“And on those who do not earn what they would spend if they were sincere to Allah and His Messenger” (Sūrat At-Tawbah: 91).

 

As for the righteous salaf who always took care to give to the beggar, they were always hospitable, even if they did not have anything to give. All of this is to avoid the threat of Allah through his words

 

“As for orphans, do not abuse them. And as for the one who begs, do not rebuke him” (QS. Adh dhuhaa: 9-10).

 

And the Messenger of Allah (SAW) said: “If what the beggar says is true, the one who refuses him will not be fortunate), so that some of them, if a beggar comes to him, and he himself has nothing to give him, he will go out to him with a needle and thread and say to him : “Is your shirt torn, let me sew it up.” He would do all this out of fear that his request would be denied.”

 

And some of them do not want to beg from people, even if they are in dire need. Someone asked the person,: “Why don’t you do it?” He replied: “I am afraid that they will reject me, which will cause them to be unlucky.” –

In the Kituh “Alhagaa ‘ig Alwaadhihaat”‘ Atturmudzi has narrated from Abdillah bin Umar from the Apostle of Allah SAW. that he said: “Whoever praises Allah one hundred times in the morning and one hundred times in the evening is as if he has performed one hundred hajjs. And whoever praises Allah 100 times in the morning and 100 times in the evening, it is like rushing with 100 horses “fi sabilillah” or belu said (like) berghozwah (fighting with him) 100 times. And whoever “glorifies Allah” 100 times in the morning and 100 times in the evening, it is as if he has freed 100 slaves from the descendants of Ismail. And whoever “glorifies Allah” 100 times in the morning and 100 times in the evening, then no one has done more good than him on that day, except the one who said the supplication or more than it”.

 

Description:

Praise Allah” – saying

Praising Allah – saying

Bertahlil to Allah – saying

Give thanks to Allah – say

 

Abi Hurairah reported that the Prophet said: “Subhuanalloh” is half the scale, “Alhamdu lillaah”‘ is the full scale, “Allahu Akbar” is the full sky and earth, and “Laa ilaaha illallooh”, there is no wall or curtain that prevents him from soaring directly to his Lord.”

 

“COMMENTARY ON THE KEYS OF THE TREASURES OF HEAVEN AND EARTH”

 

He (Ash-Shaykh Ali) has narrated with his chain from Ustman bin ‘Affan r.a. that he had asked the Messenger of Allah (SAW) about the interpretation of this verse ( ). Then he said:

 

Ya Ustman, no one has asked me before my Tafsir is :

 

 “There is no God worthy of worship but Allah, Allah is the Greatest, and Glory be to Allah, all praise be to Him, and I ask Allah’s forgiveness and there is no power and strength except with the help of Allah, the First and the Last. The Exalted and the Exalted, all virtue is in His hand. He is the One who gives life and the One who gives death. He is all-powerful over all things.

 

Whoever says it in the morning and evening 10 times, Allah will give him 6 (six) things: (First): He will be protected from Satan and his hosts, (Second) : He will be attended by 12,000 angels. (Third): Ja will be rewarded with one ginthaar (weight). (Fourth) : He will be elevated in rank. (Fifth) : He will be married by Allah to an angel. (Sixth) : He will be rewarded like one who recites the Qur’an, Attaurat, Injiil, and Zabuur, and he will be rewarded like one who performs Hajj and ‘Umrah and his Hajj and ‘Umrah will be accepted. And if he dies at night, he will die as a martyr.

 

THE TASBIH OF ABIL MU’TAMAR AND ITS BLESSINGS

 

This is the prayer beads of “Abil Mu’tamir” whose real name is “Sulaiman Attaimi”. It has been narrated about its virtue, that Yunus bin Ubaid saw a man killed as a martyr in Rome. Then he said: “How noble is the deed that I saw”, he said: “I saw that Abil Mu’tamir’s Tasbeeh in the sight of Allah was comparable to that deed. Almu’tamir bin Sulaiman said: “I saw AbdulMalik bin Jabir in a dream (after his death), so I asked him: “What are you doing?”. He said: “I am fine”. I said: “I beg you to give me something that will expiate my mistakes”. He said: “Study the beads of Abil Mu’tamir, for they are marvelous. And this is the prayer beads:

 

“Meaning of Tasbiih Abil ‘Mutamir”

 

“Glory be to Allah, all praise be to Allah, there is no God worthy of worship but Allah. There is no power and no strength except with the help of Allah as much as He created and as much as He is the Creator, as much as He created and as much as He is the Creator, as much as He created and as much as He is the Creator, as much as the several layers of His heavens and earth and what is comparable to them, as much as His creation. as much as His pleasure, as much as His Throne, as much as His mercy, and as much as the ink to write His words (His knowledge) as much as His pleasure, so that Allah is pleased, and when He is pleased, and as much as His creatures prayed for, in past times, and as much as they think of in each year, in each month, in each Friday, in a day, in a night, in a moment, in a breath, from century to century, the century of this world and the century of the Hereafter and more than that, not interrupted in the beginning and not lost in the end”,

 

FAIDAH “HAJAT PRAYER”

 

Shaykh Abul Khair Alyamaani ash-Sharji quoted Muhanmmnad ibn Darsituwiyyah as saying: “I have seen in the book of Imam Ash-Shafi’i (rahimahullah) which he himself wrote about the “Hajat prayer” for 1000 (one thousand) desires or needs, which the Prophet Alkhidhr taught some of the servants of Allah, namely to pray 2 (two) raka’at as follows: – in the first raka’at: Reading Alfatihah and Surah Alkafirun 10x. in the second raka’at: Reading Alfatihah and Surahul Ikhlas 11 x

 

Then after the salam, he prostrates again while reciting the Salawat upon the Prophet SAW. 10 x and saying : 10x

 

then say: 10 x

 

then he asks Allah for his wish. God willing, it will be granted.

 

Shaykh Abul Oosim Alhaakim said: “I sent a messenger to some of the people of ‘ibadah (‘ubbaad) to teach me “this prayer” (hajat prayer), and he taught it to me. I asked Allah for wisdom, and He gave it to me, and He fulfilled 1,000 of my desires.

 

Alhakim said: “Whoever offers the hayat prayer should take a bath on the night of Friday and put on clean clothes, and pray at dawn, with the intention of asking for his wishes to be fulfilled. Insha Allah, it will be granted.

 

PRAYER AFTER TASBIH PRAYER

 

This prayer is said at the end of the tasbih prayer after the completion of the tashahhud and before the salam, which is :

 

“O Allah, I ask You for the guidance of those who attain guidance, and the deeds of those who attain conviction, and the consciousness of those who repent, and the willpower of those who are patient, and the earnestness of those who fear You, and the demands of those who are eager, and the worship of those who are wara’, and the knowledge of those who are pious, so that I may fear You”:

 

“O Allah, I ask You for a fear that will prevent me from disobeying You, so that I can obey You with deeds that are worthy of Your pleasure, so that I will be guided to repent out of fear of You, and so that I can sincerely advise people to Your way out of love for You and surrender to You in all matters with good faith in You. Glory be to You, O Creator of the Nur of light.”

 

THE TEN RECITATIONS THAT ARE RECITED SEVEN TIMES AND THEIR VIRTUES

 

In this wirid there is a great and beautiful gift that I would like to convey to you, namely what is called the ten, each of which is recited 7 x to obtain an eternal practice (pious), because of its many virtues both for the present and for the future. This Wirid was a gift from the Prophet Alkhaidhir a.s. to Ibrahim Attaimi (rahimahullah), who was advised to recite it every morning and evening. It includes the completion of the reward because it comes from the ma’tsurah prayers (from the Prophet) as Hujjat al-Islam hinted in Kitab al-Ihyaa. We will tell you about it first, and then we will provide you with the “hikayat” that shows its greatness and virtue. Insha Allah, that is: You should recite it before sunrise and before sunset.

 

  1. (First) recite “Suratul Fatihah” 7 x

 

  1. (Second) recite “Suratul Falag” 7 x

 

  1. (Third) recite “Suratun Naas” 7 x…

 

  1. (Fourth) recite “Surat Al Ikhlas”

 

  1. (Fifth) recite “Surat Al Kaafiruun” 7 x.

 

  1. (Sixth) recite “Ayatul Kursi” 7 x

 

  1. (Seventh) read 7 x

 

  1. (Eighth) recite prayers for yourself and your parents 7 x.

 

  1. (Ninth) recite the prayer for forgiveness for the mu’minin and mu’minat 7 x

 

(O Allah, forgive (the sins of) the mu’minin and mu’minat both living and dead).

 

  1. (Tenth) recite the following prayer: 7 x

 

“O Allah, do to us and the believers what is Your due, sooner or later, in matters of religion, both here and hereafter: and do not do to us what is not our due. Indeed You are the Most Forgiving, the Most Merciful, the Most Gracious, the Most Noble.”

 

HIKAYAT ABOUT AL MUSABBI’AAT

 

As for the hikayat that brings its reward, it is: “Hujjatul-Islam Alghozali said: “Kurzi bin Wabirah, one of the abdaal (ranks of authority), narrated: “There came to me one of my brothers from the Levant, who gave me a gift and said: “O Kurzi, accept this gift of mine, for it is the best of gifts!”. I said: “O my brother, who gave you this gift?”. He said: “The one who gave it to me was Ibrahim Attaimi”. I said: “Did you not ask Ibrahim who gave him this gift?”. He said: “Yes, I asked him”. Ibrahim said: “At that time, I was sitting in the courtyard of the Ka’bah, saying Tawheed and Glory, when suddenly a man came to me, and he greeted me and sat on my right side, and I had never seen in my time a man whose face was more beautiful than his, and whose clothes were more beautiful than his clothes, and whose skin was whiter than his, and whose smell was more fragrant than his.

 

Then I asked him: “O servant of Allah, who are you and where did you come from?”. He said: “I am Alkhaidir”. Then I said: “What is the matter?”. He said: “I have come to you for your welfare, because of my love for you for the sake of Allah. I have a gift that I wish to give you”. I said: “What is it?”. He said: “You should recite “Almusabbi’aar” (the one mentioned above).

 

I said: “I want you to tell me, who gave you this gift?”. Then he said: “The one who gave it to me is Muhammad (PBUH).”. I said: “Then tell me about the reward!”. He said: “If you meet the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), then ask him about the reward, then he will surely tell you about it”.

 

Then Ibrahim Attaimi mentioned that one night, ta saw in his sleep as if the angels had come to him and taken him to heaven. There he saw all the beautiful and majestic things that he had never seen before. He said: “So I asked the angels what all this was for?” They replied: “For the one who does deeds like yours”. And ta (Ibrahim Attaimi) mentioned that he had eaten the fruit of paradise which he was given a drink from. He said: “So the Prophet came to me with seventy Prophets and seventy rows of angels. Each row, as between the East and the West, then he greeted me and took my hand. Then I said: “O Messenger of Allah, Alkhaidir has told me that he has heard this hadith from you”. He said: “Alkhaidir’s words are true and what he has told me is true, and he is a scholar on this earth, and he is the leader of the abdaal (rank of guardianship) and he is one of the soldiers of Allah on earth”. Then I said: “O Messenger of Allah, will the one who recites “Almusabbi’aar” and does not yet see what I see in my sleep be given something like what was given to me?”.

 

He said: “By the One who sent me by right as a Prophet, verily He will give to the one who practices it, even though he has not seen in the dream, and has not seen heaven.

 

Indeed, Allah will forgive all his major sins that he has committed, and Allah will lift His wrath and hatred from him. And Allah will also command the angels of the scribe not to record his sins for one year. By the One Who sent me with the right to be a Prophet, there is no one who does this deed except the one whom He has created as a happy person (inhabitant of heaven), and there is no one who abandons it except the one whom He has created as a miserable person”.

 

REPEATING THE CONVERSATION ABOUT:

 

Al Imam Hujatul Islam Alghazali has quoted in the book “Madhul Fgaraa’i Wazzuhdi” he has said: “Zaid bin Aslam has narrated from Anas bin Malik who said: “The poor sent a messenger to the Messenger of Allah (SAW) saying: “I am a messenger from the poor to you”. He said: “Congratulations on your arrival and congratulations on those who sent you”, you have come from a people whom I love”.

 

The messenger said: “Those poor people said : O Messenger of Allah, indeed the rich have done virtue, they perform Hajj, while we are unable to do so, and when they are sick, they seek treatment with the excess of their savings, Then said the Prophet : Convey from me to the poor, that for the conscientious and patient among you will be given 3 (three) things that are not given to the rich.

 

As for one of them is that in heaven there are several: rooms that can be seen by the inhabitants of heaven. like the inhabitants of the bum look at the stars in the sky. No one can enter those rooms except the poor Prophet, or the poor martyr, or the poor mu’mi,

 

The second: The poor will enter heaven before the rich half a day earlier i.e. 5,00 (five hundred) years.

 

The third: When a poor person says:

 

“And if the rich man says this and adds an infusion of ten thousand dirhams, then the poor man’s merit will not be overtaken by the rich man. The same applies to all other virtues.”

 

CHAPTER ON INCREASING THE KINDS OF DHIKR UNDER : “AL BAAQIYAATUSH SHAALIHAAT”

 

Then the messenger returned to his people with good news from the Prophet Muhammad. Then they said: “We are pleased… we are pleased…

 

Know that “Albaagiyaatusb shaalihaat” has compiled 4 (four) kinds of dhikr namely : Tasbih, Tahmid, Tahlil and Takbir”. This has been hinted at by just one verse from the Qur’an, namely :

 

And say: “Praise be to Allah, who has no son and no partner in His kingdom, nor is He a lowly one in need of a helper, and exalt Him with the greatest exaltation.” (Therefore, understand the meaning, so that you know that the “Alhamdu” in the verse is absolutely clear. And His words are a sign of “Attasbih” (the holiness of Allah), and His words :

 

is a hint to “tahlii” (the Oneness of Allah). As for “Attakbir”, it is quite clear (the majesty of Allah).

 

PRAISE and THANKS.

 

The verses related to the above title are as follows:  The word of Allah Ta’ala:

 

“Praise be to Allah, the Lord of the universe”. (QS. Al Fatihah: 2)

 

“Praise be to Allah who revealed to His servant the Bible (Qur’an)”. (QS. Al Kahfi: 1).

 

“Praise be to Allah, Who possesses what is in the heavens and what is on earth, and to Him belongs the praise of the Hereafter”. (@S. Saba: 1).

 

“Praise be to Allah, the Creator of the heavens and the earth”. (QS. Fathir – 1).

 

Then say: “Praise be to Allah who saved us from the wrongdoers”. (QS. Al Muminun: 28).

 

“Indeed, if you give thanks, We will surely increase you”. (QS. Ibrahim: 7).

 

And very few of My servants are thankful. (QS. Saba’: 13).

 

Why Allah will not torment you if you are grateful. (QS. An Nisa: 147).

 

The hadiths that relate to this are as follows :

 

It has been narrated from Abu Hurairah r.a. from the Prophet (SAW) that he said: “All good business that does not begin with “Alhamdulillah” (Praise be to Allah) lacks blessing”.

 

In a narration: “Any conversation that does not begin with “Alhamdu lillah” is flawed”. ,

 

Previously, he had narrated (that): “Any good deed that is not preceded by “Bismillahir Rahmanir Rahim” lacks blessing.

 

In the Book of Turmudzi quoted by Annawawi from Abi Musa Al Ash’ari r.a. that the Messenger of Allah (SAW) said – “When the son of a servant dies, Allah says to His angels : “Have you taken the life of My servant’s son?”. They answer: “Yes”. Then Allah also says: “Have you taken the life of My servant’s son?”. They replied: “Yes”. Then Allah said: “What did My servant say?”, They replied: “Your servant praised You with “Alhamdulillah” and everything was returned to You with “Innaa lillahi wa innaa ilaihi roji’uun”. Then Allah says: “Build for My servant a building in Heaven named: “BAITUL HAMDI”, said Annawawi and Turmudzi: Hadith Hasan

 

In the Book of Al Adzkaar it is mentioned from Abi Nashr Attammaar from Muhammad bin Anndhar, he said: “Adam a.s. said: “O Allah, my Lord, You have made me busy with the work of my hands, so teach me something that includes “praise and thanksgiving”, then Allah revealed to him: “O Adam, if in the morning you say three times, and if in the evening you say three times :

 

then it includes all praise and thanksgiving.

 

The Prophet (SAW) said: “Whoever says in the morning:

 

“O Allah, I am in the morning receiving Your bounty in a state of blessings, good health and protection, so complete Your blessings, good health and protection for me in this world and the Hereafter) three times in the morning and three times in the evening, then it is Allah’s right to complete His blessings on him”. (HR Ibn Sunny).

 

The Prophet (SAW) said: “When a servant says “Alhamdulillah”, it fills the space between the heavens and the earth, and when he says a second “Alhamdulillah”, it fills the space between the seventh heaven and the earth, and when he says a third “Alhamdulillah”, Allah, the Almighty, says: “Ask, and I will surely grant.”‘

 

Rifa’ah Nazruqi said: “One day we were praying behind the Messenger of Allah. When he raised his head from ruku’ he said: ” ” (Allah listens to those who praise Him), so those who were behind him, said : , , O Allah, O our Lord, to You be all praise, a praise that is much and good, full of blessings). So when the Messenger of Allah (SAW) had finished the prayer, he said: “I have seen about 30 (thirty) angels fighting over which one of them took notes first.

 

FAIDAH:

 

Al-Imam Abul-‘Abbas said: “If the shaitan knew that there was a way that could reach Allah better than the shuku, he would have stopped there. Do you not know how he said: (Then) I will come to them from their front and from their back, from their right and from their left. And you will not find most of them grateful. (OS Al A’raaf: 17), and he (the devil) does not say: most of them are patient or most of them feel fear or most of them have hope”.

 

THE COVER OF GRATITUDE, ITS MEANING AND WHAT IS ASSOCIATED WITH GRATITUDE

 

Allah Ta’ala has said through the mouth of His Prophet Solomon a.s. when he saw the Throne of Queen Balgis in front of him, and also saw the blessing of Allah in the form of a great kingdom in addition to prophethood and wisdom:

 

“This is one of my Lord’s gifts to try me, whether I am grateful or deny (His blessings). And whoever gives thanks, then indeed he gives thanks for himself, and whoever denies, then indeed my Lord is All-Rich and All-Glorious”. (O.S. An Namlu: 40).

 

The scholars have said: “There is no doubt that the various blessings that are bestowed upon a servant can make him a grateful servant. This can happen if the servant realizes that these blessings are solely the gifts of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Great, given to him.

 

Therefore, he then does his duty to Allah to the best of his ability. Then his gratitude to Allah will have an effect on him, which is in accordance with the meaning of His words:

 

“Indeed, if you give thanks, We will surely increase (blessings) upon you”. (Or it may be that these blessings are the cause of a person’s disbelief because of his ignorance of Allah, may He be glorified and exalted, and his ignorance that these blessings come from Him and are bestowed upon him.

 

Then he did not do his duty towards Allah SWT.

 

who has bestowed the ni’mat. The disbelief of the servant, in essence, has no benefit for Allah SWT. because Allah is the Richest of the universe, as Allah says in the Qur’an, And do not ever think that gratitude is only a word ( ) without the exercise of rights towards the One who gives the blessings themselves Likewise, not Islam is only a word – ” ( ) without the exercise of its rights. Similarly, istighfar, – is only a word ( , ) while you continue to commit sins. Aliah SWT. says: ,

 

“It is a great hatred in the sight of Allah that you say what you do not do”. (QS. Ash Shaf: 3).

 

“And they love to be praised for what they have not done” (al-Imran: 188).

 

As Basyar Alhaafee (rahimahullah) said: “Whoever gives thanks with his tongue without all of his organs, his gratitude has been diminished.” Someone asked: “What is the gratitude of the organs?” he said: “The gratitude of the two eyes is that they are used to see the good and spread it, while the bad is covered up.” Someone asked: “What is the gratitude of the two ears?”. He said: He said: “When one hears good things, he memorizes them, and when he hears bad things, he forgets them”. What is the gratitude of the hands?” He said: “Not to take and not to give except to those who are entitled to it”. Someone asked: “What is shuku’ of the stomach?” Ta said: “That it be filled with knowledge and wisdom”. Someone asked: “What is the gratitude of the farji (private parts)?”, he said: “That it should not be used except for what is permissible according to religion.”

 

Whoever acts according to what we have conveyed is among the grateful ones.

 

THE MEANING OF THANKSGIVING AND PRAISE

 

Know, may Allah help us to always be grateful and remember Him, that the word ( ) is praise for the Most Praiseworthy One with His praiseworthy attributes in absolute terms. And gratitude is praise for His specific good deeds that are encompassed by this praise. Praise ( ), is related to supplication, and Gratitude ( ), is related to denial / kufr. Both are interrelated. hence the SAW. has said:

 

“A slave does not thank Allah as long as he does not praise Him”. Ibn ‘Abbas r.a. has interpreted the words of Allah Ta’ala”.

 

“Praise be to Allah, the Lord of the worlds” with : ( ) “Gratitude is due to Allah”.

 

Prophet Musa a.s. said: “O Allah, my Lord, how did Adam a.s. thank You for the blessings that You bestowed upon him?”, Allah said: “He (Adam) knew that it was all from Me, and that was the land of his gratitude”. “This is what is called “heart gratitude”.

 

Prophet Dawud a.s. has said: “Glory be to Allah who has made a servant’s acknowledgment of the weakness of being grateful to Him “gratitude”, just as it has made his acknowledgment of the weakness of being aware of Him “ma’rifah”. The Prophet (SAW) said: “A slave is not grateful to Allah, – as long as he does not praise Him”. “And this is oral gratitude”.

 

The Prophet (SAW) said when someone said to him: “Allah has forgiven your sins, both previous and future, why do you trouble yourself with (much) worship?” He said: “Do I not want to be a servant who is good at gratitude?” “This is what is called “Rukun Gratitude”.

 

Usamah bin Zaid r.a. said: “The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said. are those who pal. “The human being who is most grateful to Allah, is grateful to his fellow human beings.” And gratitude of the limbs, is practicing good deeds. .

 

Allah’s Word:

 

Work, O family of Dawud, to give thanks (to Allah) (QS. Saba: 13).

 

It has been narrated about the Messenger of Allah (SAW) that he woke up at night to pray qiyaamullail so that his feet were swollen. Then someone asked: “O Messenger of Allah, did you do this, when Allah has forgiven your sins, both past and future?”, He said: “Do I not want to be the most grateful servant?”

 

Al Baihagi has narrated in “Asyy sh’b” from Shada Dawud a.s. entering his mihrab, suddenly he saw a small worm. Then he thought about this little creature, muttering: “What is the use of Allah creating this creature?”. then by the power of Allah Ta’ala the little caterpillar was able to speak: “O Prophet Dawud, do you boast about yourself, while I am just what Allah has given me, I always remember Allah and I am more grateful to Him than you for what was given to you, he said :

 

“And there is nothing but praise to Him”. (O.S. Al Israa’: 44).

 

Al-Imam Baghawi said: “There are people who explain : . Gratitude is the obedience to Allah with all the members of one’s body, whether secretly or openly.”

 

Alhasan said: “Gratitude for a blessing is to mention it, as Allah says: .

 

Meaning: (“And of the blessings of your Lord, let you mention them (with gratitude)”. (O.S Adh-Dhuha: 11).

 

THE ELEVENTH DHIKR AND ITS COMMENTARY

 

Then Sayyidina Umar recited a prayer that was repeated by mentioning the Asma Allah ” ” which encompasses the secrets of the “meaningful” ” or the Glorious One, who is the giver of “security” from all that is feared. He said:

 

“O One who is most merciful to His creatures, O One who knows His creatures, O One who cares for His creatures, have mercy on us, O One who is most merciful, most knowing, most caring”. (Ash-Shaykh ‘Ali said: “As for the words , they are attributed to karonu in the likeness of

 

As for His ism (.), it means “a very strong protector and treasurer against the realm of existence and repels all difficulties and disasters.” Therefore, they recommend that we make it a habit to recite the dhikr in order to ward off various dangers and get out of all difficulties. In connection with the dhikr, it is mentioned that:

 

“Verily, Allah has in every breath directed towards this realm of existence 999 glances that contain hidden affection. Were it not for that, this realm of existence would have been annihilated, due to the greatness of the power of the appearance of the true Essence. And if it were not for the compassion of the Most Compassionate towards His desired servant, there would not be a single one of His creatures who would be guided to Him. -None of His creatures would be guided to Him”. A person says in his munajat:

 

“O my Lord, You have been merciful to Your guardians (beloveds) until they came to know You and had You been merciful to Your enemies, they would not have denied You.

 

Thus the ism has guided the one who makes dhikr or the one who prays with the ism, towards the path of success and good fortune. obtaining the providence of Allah from painful calamities, obtaining His compassion and obtaining the way to achieve what is called being able to see with the sixth sense what cannot be seen by others with the essence of spiritual meaning in which there is a kind of “hidden compassion” which then revealed what is called :

 

“the appearances, attributes, ism-isms (names) of deeds from the heavens of closeness by ma’rifah science”.

 

“Allah, Who has called His servants with His knowledge and refinement, that is, the special mu that bears the marks of His attributes on everything that reveals the Nur of His Essence”. In doing so, we see the marvelous subtlety of His creation. Look at all of Allah Ta’ala’s creations in all their breathtaking beauty.

 

Now let us mention the verses of the Qur’an, the hadiths of the Messenger of Allah (SAW) and the sayings of the scholars regarding the virtues and ” ” .-. ma’na of the asma’ of Allah ” ” the All-Giving as follows: The words of Allah Ta’ala:

 

“He is unapproachable to the sight of the eye, but He is all-seeing”. (QS. Al An’am: 103).

 

“Do you not see that Allah sends down water from the sky, and the earth becomes green? Verily, Allah is subtle and knows best.” (QS. Al Hajju: 63).

 

(Lugman said): “O my son, surely if there is (an action) the size of a mustard seed, and it is in a rock or in the sky or in the earth, surely Allah will bring it forth (reward it). Verily, Allah is Subtle and All-Knowing” OS. Luqman:

 

“Allah is gentle with His servants, He provides for whom He wills, and He is the Strongest, the Mightiest” (Ash-Shuro: 19).

 

“Does Allah, the Creator, not know (what you bring forth and keep secret), and He is Subtle and All-Knowing” (QS. A Mulku: 14).

 

In a hadith from the Prophet SAW. that he said: “Verily, Allah, the Almighty, has 90,000 glances (mercy) upon His creatures at every glance”.

 

The Prophet (SAW) said: “Verily, Allah is dearer to His servants than a mother who is kind to her suckling child”,

 

DESCRIPTION OF THE MEANING OF LOVE AND THE ONE WHO IS MERCIFUL

 

Ash-Shaykh Ahmad bin Muhammad bin Muhammad bin Ahmad Alghazali Atlh-Thuusi said in his book “Adz-Dzakhiirah”: “If a person considers his existence after it is gone, that is, at a time that was never mentioned, then Allah Ta’ala created him from water (semen), then gave him hearing, sight, and a beautiful form, then he will know from all of that “the existence of the Creator” Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta’ala.

 

As for the nature of the spirit, it can be described as “pure” and cannot be entered by wishful thinking or fantasies. In fact, the spirit cannot be categorized as anything and cannot be classified as anything even by chemistry. –

 

Then, if that person pays attention to the joints of his limbs, ja will know how perfect the power of the Supreme Creator is.

 

As for the marvelous wisdom in the usefulness of these organs, it is a witness to the versatility of His creation. And if one considers what he needs and what he desires, it is from the characteristics of a very weak creature. Therefore, whoever recognizes himself (in his weakness), will recognize his Lord (with all His mercy and power).

 

Knowing oneself, then, is the key to gaining ma’rifah of Allah Ta’ala.

 

Shaykh Abul-Khair Al Aqtha said: “Do not ask Allah to make you patient, but ask Him to have mercy on you. Because bearing the bitterness of patience is very hard for people like us.”

 

Verily, Prophet Zakariyya a.s. when the saw (of the disbelievers) had begun to scratch his head, he groaned in pain. Then Allah revealed to him: “By my glory and majesty, if you moan a second time, I will surely erase your name from the list of prophethood”.

 

And that Ash-Shaikh Ibrahim Al-Matbuli was a man of great devotion, who did not stop day or night, and he was a sufferer from urinary stones and difficulty urinating. And for his needs. he dug a hole like a cow, then he said: “O my Lord, I do not ask You to change my situation which You have destined for me, but I ask You to have mercy on me (for my illness)”.

 

In the book “Zahrul-Akmaam”, it is mentioned that Allah SWT. has revealed to some of His prophets: “Get by

 

you what is called ( ) and ( verily I love it. (Some of the prophets a.s.) said: “O my Lord, what is called ( ) and what is ( )Allah says:

 

That is, if a fly or anything else lands on you, then know that it is I who has landed on you, so ask Me to remove it from you. As for: ( ), is if your heart is visited by disturbing speech (words), then know that I am the one who brings it, so ask Me to remove it from you.  “

 

As for the meaning of His asma’is, He is the One who hastens the removal of sorrow when calamity comes, and the arrival of blessings without pursuit. This is what al-Qasyaani explained in the Book of the Prophet (may Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him).

 

He also said about the asma of Allah Ta’ala: is the name of the attributes of His actions and attributes ( ) is like the uninterrupted flow of mercy with various help and blessings from Allah. Lastly, the meaning of ( ) is the right to be reached by the sight of the eye, the Most Pure from being attached to a place, direction or country, the Most High Allah is from limits, so that even the intellect will not know Him with any understanding or thought. The existence of His Essence is nearer than all things, and more apparent than His attributes. Even so, it cannot be reached by the sight of the eye while Allah can see the eye, and He is the Most Subtle, the Most Considerate.

 

For the subtlety of His majesty and the covering of His deep knowledge, and His concealment as it is blocked from the eye by the curtain of His majesty, and from the mind by the curtain of His greatness, and from the heart by the curtain of His beauty.

 

Because of the sharpness and brightness of His beauty, His Essence will not be reached by the sight of the eye, hence He is ghaib (invisible to the naked eye).

 

Shaykh Ahmad ibn ‘Umar Al Anshari said, as quoted by his student Ibn ‘Athaaillah in Latthoiful-Minan: “Verily, Allah has an angel who, if he were to place his foot on the earth, would not be able to place his second foot. Then he said: “Someone asked: “If an angel fills the whole world, then where is the angel who will fill one-third of this world, and the angel who will fill two-thirds of it? Then Radhiallahu said in response to that: “The spirits are not crowded, like a lamp if you put it in a house, the light will fill the room of the house. And if after that, you put in another lamp, the light will be enough to fill the room of the house. Al Imam Al Baghawi has quoted in his tafseer from Ibn Abbas r.a. regarding his words : 

 

He said: meaning: “(The Most Compassionate) to His guardians and ” ” means : Some say that “is the one who conveys things with gentleness and caution.” And some say that “is the one who makes the servants of Allah forget their sins, so that they do not feel ashamed. And some say that ” ” is the one who makes the servants of Allah forget their sins, so that they do not feel ashamed.   He said: “As for “Ha Jai”, it is the softness of Allah’s gaze on everything.

 

A KISSAH THAT CONTAINS WISDOM (PROPHET ‘UZAIR AND ANGEL A.S,)

 

In the book “ZAHRUL-AKMAM” which is sourced from Wahb bin Manbah, it is mentioned that the Prophet of Allah ‘Uzair a.s. when. in a state of confusion, thought about the matter of destiny which was: a secret for him of the subtlety of the All-Sufficient and All-Subduing Essence, and His provisions that apply to good people who are in the midst of evil people. Then he wanted to know the secret of it all. Then Allah SWT sent an angel to him. The angel greeted him and said: “O “Uzair. the state of the world has made you sad, do you want to know the secret of the provisions (destiny) of Allah Ta’ala?” “Uzair replied: “Yes, indeed. “The angel also said: “”Verily, Allah, the Exalted, has sent me to ask you a question that you must answer and I will tell you something that you must listen to carefully. “O Uzair, I want you to describe to me “the center of the sun” or weigh for me “the scales of nur” or weigh for me the weight of whatever “from the wind” is, or restore yesterday that has passed”. ‘Uzair said: “Who can do this?” The angel replied: “Whoever asks for knowledge, whose own knowledge does not reach what he is asking about, and his sight does not suffice him, then O ‘Uzair, if you are not able to do this, then what if I ask you : “How many springs are there beneath the surface of the earth?” and what weight is there in it? and how many drops of water are there in the sea? and how many drops of water does Allah Ta’ala send down from the sky? and how many are the spirits of the dead? and how many are the pits of the grave? and how many are the doors of heaven? and how deep is the sea? and which is the way to heaven?”

 

Uzair said: “I do not know it”. The angel said: “If you do not know it, while you yourself can see with your eyes, and know it with your intellect, then how do you want to know the knowledge of Allah which is united with His Essence and which He has concealed from His creatures and chosen for His Essence alone?”

 

Then the angel said: “O Uzair, ask the earth, why do its trees lengthen and its leaves turn green and its fruits come out at one time?” and when the time comes, everything will disappear. Is not water constantly flowing beneath it and air blowing over it?”. O Uzair, ask the seas, why do their waves rise high, and when the time comes, they recede and submit to His authority? Do you know if the earth and the sea complain to you?

 

The earth said: “I have been cramped with my mountains, my trees and all that is of my Lord’s creation, while I want to expand in my seas and expand me.””

 

The ocean said: “I have become narrow with the waves: my runners, my water, my fish and my fat animals, while I want to expand on earth then expand me? What will you decide between the two?”, Prophet Uzair a.s. replied: “I will say to both : “You both have useless proofs. Verily, each of you has a limit that will be reached and a time that will be exceeded”.

 

Then the angel said: “Yes, what you have prescribed for others, you should also prescribe for yourself, for indeed Allah has prescribed the death of the inhabitants of the world, which will reach them with a predetermined time limit”.

 

WISDOM AND ADVICE

 

In the second volume of “Kitab ( ), by Ash-Shaikh Almunawi, he has said: “Ash-Shaikh Abul-‘Abbas ibnil ‘Iraam in his siyahat (travel) met some abdaal (saints of Allah) walking on the sea, and he mentioned the corruption of the people, both the kings and the people, so the abdaal (saints of Allah) became angry and said: “And why do you and the servants of Allah not enter among the rulers and their servants?” Verily, mercy and forgiveness are for them. Do you want the divine provisions to be neglected?” Let your attention and activities be solely for Allah!”

 

An ‘Araabi (mountain Arab) said “I have been coming to our Shaykh Abul “Abbas in this state since my beginning and I am very concerned when I see people violating the truth”..Then he (Abul-Abbas) said :   (Let you maintain your relationship with Allah). Then I left him and came to our Shaykh Ibn ‘Imraan, and he said to me:   (let you take care of yourself)! Then I said: “O my lord, I am torn between the two of you, for Abul-Abbas says : ” ” while you say ” Then he Shaykh Ibn-ul-‘Imran wept and said: “The guidance of Abul-Abbas that was given to you is the right one and it is the reference, while we are each in our own situation, may Allah grant me his position.

 

Abul Abbas said: “He has done well in his speech, he has guided to the path of Allah and I have guided to Allah, so practice what I say and what he says to you, then there will be virtue in both of them.

 

Anyone who is not friendly with the truth in his journey through life will not find his way to salvation.

 

REPEATING THE MEANING OF ALLUTHFU

 

As a whole, the scholars of “Ushuuluddiin” say that (The attribute of subtlety is mercy and compassion) In the introduction of the Book in AL-IHYAA’ it is mentioned : “Yahya ibn Mu’adz said: “Allah’s forgiveness exceeds all sins, so how is His pleasure?”, His pleasure exceeds wishful thinking, so how is His love? His love is awesome

mind, then how is His love ( ). In some books it is mentioned :

 

“I as a lover have a right for you, so by My right you should love Me'”.

 

In the book of “”It is also mentioned that Allah Ta’atu revealed to Prophet Dawud a.s. (with His words): “If those who turn away from Me knew My waiting for them, My affection for them, and My longing for them to forsake sin, they would die for their longing for Me, and their families would be cut off for their love for Me. O Dawud, this is My desire for those who turn away from Me, so what of those who come to Me? –

 

O Dawud, I need a servant most when he feels no need of Me, and I love My servant most when he turns away from Me, and My servant is most honorable with Me when he returns to Me).

 

It has been narrated from Qasamah bin Zuhair r.a. that he said: “I heard that the Prophet Ibrahim a.s. had said in his heart that he was the most merciful of creatures”. He (Zuhair) said: “So Prophet Ibrahim a.s. was raised by Allah SWT. so that he could see the inhabitants of the earth and what they do. :

 

He (Ibahim a.s.) said: “O my Lord, destroy them!” Then Allah Ta’ala said: “

 

I am more merciful to My servants than you are, O Ibrahim, so come down to the earth, may they repent and return (to the right path).

 

Therefore, it has been narrated from Shaykh Abil Hasan (may Allah be pleased with him) that he said: ‘One night I was reciting: until He said: “And waswas (the evil whisper of the Shaytaan) enters between you and your heart, making you forget His kindness and reminding you of His kindness. His bad treatment. He will diminish your good deeds and increase your bad deeds, (i.e.) with the aim of diverting you from being favorable to Allah and His Messenger to being unfavorable to Allah and His Messenger.

 

THE VIRTUE OF THIS DHIKR

 

“PROPHET ALKHAIDZIR A.S.”

 

Among the books that show the greatness and virtue of the prayer: which has been chosen by Sayyiduna Umar in this Ratib, is as narrated by Al-Imam Alyaafi’ in his book as follows:

 

One of the servants of Allah said, “I was afflicted with great difficulty and fear, so I left home with an empty mind. Then I traveled along the road to Mecca without provisions and a vehicle. At that time, I had walked for three days, and on the fourth day, I felt a great thirst and scorching heat.

 

I feared for myself from death, and I did not find a single tree for shelter in the land, until finally I left my affairs to Allah SWT alone. Then I sat facing the Qibla until I finally fell asleep.

 

In my sleep, I saw a man extending his hand to me and saying: “Give me your hand!”. So I extended my hand to him and he greeted me.

 

He said: “Are you a human being, giving greetings and performing prayers facing the House of Allah Alharam? and visiting the grave of His Prophet (SAW)?” I said to him: “Who are you, may Allah have mercy on you?”, “I am Alkhaidzir” he replied. Then I said to him: “Do good deeds for me”.

 

Then he said: “Say

 

“O G-d Who is the Most Compassionate to His creatures, O G-d Who is

 

All-knowing of the condition of His creatures, O One Who cares for His creatures, have mercy on me, O One Who is merciful, All-knowing, All-caring”. 3x -.

 

Then I said the above prayer. Then he said to me: “This is a gift in which there is eternal wealth. Whenever you encounter any difficulty or calamity, recite this prayer.” Then he disappeared from me. Then he disappeared from me. 

 

Suddenly I heard someone calling: “Ya Shaykh!” Then I awoke from my sleep to find a man riding a camel and saying: “O Shaykh, have you seen my young man of this nature …….. like this ……..?”. I said to him: “No, I do not see anyone”. He said: “A young man from our family left seven days ago and told us that he was going to perform Hajj”.

 

He said: “Where are you going?” I said: “As Allah wills”. Then he saddled his camel, dismounted and took the bag of provisions and served me two pieces of bread spread with white flour and halwa and water, saying: “Drink!” so I drank and ate a piece of bread which was good enough for me. Then he said to me: “Climb up!” and he climbed up on my face… then we walked for two nights and a day until we caught up with a caravan. then he asked the caravan if there was a young man in it, and it turned out that the young man he was looking for was there. Then he left me, and a short time later he returned to me with the young man.

 

He said: “O my son, Allah has made our meeting easy because of this man”. Then I said “goodbye” to both of them, and I went home. Shortly afterwards, someone followed me with a parcel, kissed my hand, and then left me.

 

After I looked, it turned out that there was 5 (five) dinars (cmas money) inside. Finally I used the money for travel expenses to Mckkah and the rest I used for daily expenses – while there. I had performed Hajj that year and made a pilgrimage to the grave of the Messenger of Allah SAW. then I returned to Alkhalil.

 

Whenever I encounter difficulties or calamities, I always think of the phrase that Alkhaidzir a.s. taught me, and I recognize its virtues, and I do not forget to thank Allah Ta’ala for His great blessings.

 

FIRST FAIDAH

 

His Ism ( ) “the All-Knowing”. Ash-Shikli-Attabrizi said: “Everyone who recites it a lot, will be given ma’firah by Allah SWT.

 

His Ism ( ) is “the One Who is most attentive”. Whoever recites it solemnly will attain an honorable position in the eyes of mankind. And whoever finds himself restless, let him recite it a lot both day and night, then he will be able to control himself. 

 

Ash-Shaykh Zuruug said: His ism ” “is efficacious, will get news about everything. So whoever thinks about it for seven days will spiritually receive the news that he wants. And if someone is bothering him, let him think about it a lot, then it will be good for him.

 

Al-Umari said:

 

“The subtlety of love from Allah, is taufik and protection. And taufik is the creation of the ability for a servant to obey.”

 

His Ism ( ) “the Most Compassionate”. is the One Who is Compassionate to His servants. In the hadith it is stated (which means): “No servant will be guided except the one whom Allah guides”.

 

In the book “Al-‘Uhuud”, by Asya’rani he says :

 

Some of the khowas said: “When you pray to Allah for your brothers and sisters in this age, pray to Allah, the Merciful, the Beneficent, the Merciful and the Compassionate,” and so on. And anyone who asks you for prayers in this age for a desire, then say to him: “Face with your heart to the Sayyidul-Mursaliin (Prophet Muhammad SAW.)”, because all the doors of the saints are almost closed, except for the one that is still open until the Day of Judgment is the door of the Chief of the Apostles SAW. let you know that!”.

 

Some of the Assaadah have said: “I have found the writings of people of high standing (great scholars):

 

“O One Whose Mercy is hidden, save me from what I fear. O Substance of the Most Compassionate. with the subtlety of Your hidden love, convey me to the one I am pursuing”. – Whoever says it 1000 times, will have his desires fulfilled.

 

SECOND FAIDAH

 

Ash-Sharji said in his book “ALFAWAID”: “I have heard from some of the righteous people praying this prayer: ‘

 

“O Most Compassionate One. O All-Knowing One, O All-Caring One, I ask for Your mercy on the destiny that applies to me.”

 

She has said that prayer over and over again, and I have prayed that prayer, and it has had a good effect – Alhamdulillah.

 

He (Ash-Sharji) said: “I found this du’aa in the writings of some scholars, and it has many benefits, namely:

 

“O Most Merciful of all the merciful, have mercy on me in all my affairs, as You will, and be pleased with me in my world and in my hereafter”.

 

MASYHUR PRAYER

 

In the book “ALFAWAID” he also said: “And here is another prayer, which is well known and has a long syarah :

 

“O Allah, as in Your majesty You have loved above the lovers, and You have surpassed above the princes, and You have known what is under Your earth as You have known what is on Your ‘Throne, and as for the doubts of the heart, to You they are like reality, and the reality of speech is like a secret in Your knowledge. All things have submitted to Your majesty, and those in power have submitted to Your power, so all the affairs of this world and the hereafter are in Your grasp”.

 

Therefore, make all the distress of my heart both in the morning and in the evening, a joy and a way out.

 

“O Allah, surely Your forgiveness of my sins, Your forgiveness of my mistakes, and Your covering of all my bad deeds, have emboldened me to ask You for what I do not deserve, because of my shortcomings. I ask You for security and compassion, for You are the One who always does good to me, while I always do bad to myself, and that is what is between me and Your presence.

 

You have favored me with all ni’mat, and I have angered You because of my sins, but my belief in Your mercy makes me dare to face You, so accept me with Your bounty and kindness. Indeed You are the Most Forgiving, the Most Merciful.

 

THIRD FAIDAH

 

Ash-Sharji also said in his “Fawaid”: “The following two stanzas belong to Abil-Fadhil-Bakri who said: “I have fallen into a great calamity, which influential people are unable to resist. Therefore, I made these two stanzas and hung them towards the Qiblah, until Allah lifted the calamity from me”. The two stanzas are as follows:

 

“O Allah, my Lord, as long as Your mercy covers me, my condition has changed, as You know. So lift up by Your mercy what has befallen me, for who but Your Lord has mercy on His servant.”

 

It was narrated from Shaykh ‘Izzuddiin ibn Jama’ah that he was afflicted with a stroke. He said: “I repeated the verse day and night, and alhamdulillah I was cured of the disease.

 

12TH DHIKR AND ITS SHARI’AH .

 

After Sayyidina Umar gave satisfaction with a soothing prayer, he also summarized what was aspired to, then he led the disciples to the end of the wish and made tawassul with the greatest of tawassul: the asma’ of Allah (Glorified and Exalted be He):

 

O G-D OF INFINITE MERCY, HAVE MERCY ON US IN ALL THAT YOU HAVE DECREED, INDEED YOU ARE THE MOST GRACIOUS WHO NEVER CEASES. THEREFORE, HAVE MERCY ON US AND ALL MUSLIMS. 3x

 

Shaykh ‘Ali has said: it is attributed because of its inclusion   ( ) meaning:  “Your compassion is continuous with Your preservation of existence, thus from the beginning of time to existence and eternity, it has not disappeared from Your attributes”.

 

“Have mercy on us and the Muslims in all our movements, our tranquility, in our coming and going. Have mercy on us in all our affairs, both small and great, at all levels, at every second, every moment, every night, every day, throughout the years and ages.” O All-Merciful One in Your Majesty, All-Great One in Your Compassion, O All-Considering One in small matters and hidden deeds. We have mentioned the verses of the Book of Allah, the Ouran al-Kariim, concerning His ism ( ) and have also mentioned the sharī’ah and the meaning of the dhikr and some of the benefits for the one who thinks about it.

 

Ash-Shaikh Albunni said in the book “Shamsul-Ma’arif”: “Ismullah ( ) has four properties: Ujituk to bring sustenance, to reveal knowledge, to silence the mouth of the enemy, and to lift the distress.

 

  1. As for bringing sustenance, the noble ism ” ” should be recited 129 times, then recite the verse :

 

“Allah is gentle with His servants”. (QS. Ash Shuro: 19).

 

  1. As for the expression of knowledge, the ism should be thought of the same number of times, then the verse should be recited: –

 

“Does Allah, the Creator, not know (what you reveal and keep secret), and He is the Most Subtle, the Most Knowing”? (QS. Al Mulku: 14).

 

  1. As for silencing the mouth of the enemy, the ism should be recited the same number of times, then the verse should be recited:

 

“He is unapproachable to the sight of the eye, but He can see all the sight of the eye, and He is the Most Subtle, the Most Knowing”. (QS. Al An’am :103).

 

  1. As for lifting the distress, the ism should be recited the same number of times, then the verse should be recited:

 

“Verily, my Lord, He is Oft-Merciful with whatever He wills. Indeed, He is the All-Knowing, the All-Wise.” (QS. Yusuf: 100).

 

FAIDAH: .

 

“From the syarah of Zuruuq, it is mentioned that ismullah ( ) elevates the deeds of the students, and whoever is on a journey or in difficulty or wants something but it is difficult to achieve, let him recite the ism. after the sunnah of wudhu 100 times, then Allah will fulfill his wish.

 

And whoever recites it 129 times or 133 times, Allah will expand his narrowness and he will be loved in his affairs. Attabrizzi in his commentary on “ASMA “UL-HUSNA” said: “Ismullah (-x lah) has been narrated that the one who recites it in a state of ablution (1000x) will have his desires fulfilled.

 

THE AMAZING STORY OF MUHAMMAD BIN HUMAIR AND THE SNAKE

 

The virtue of this dhikr is that it saves one from the trouble of doing good to those to whom it is not due. Imam Abu Na’iim has narrated in his book “HILYATUL – AULIYAA'” that a man known as Ibn Humair, was a pious man who fasted during the day and prayed at night. He was tempted by hunting. One day, he had gone out to hunt, when suddenly a snake appeared before him and said: “O Muhammad bis Humair, protect me may Allah Ta’ala protect you”. He said to the snake: “From whom do you seek protection?”. The snake said: “From an enemy who oppresses me”. He said: “Where is your enemy?” The snake said: “Yes, it is at my back.” He said: “Of whose ummah are you?”. The snake said: “I am from the Ummah of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW)”.

 

He (Muhammad bin Hurmair) said: “Then I opened my shoe saying: “Get into it!” The snake said: “If I enter your prayer, my enemy will surely see me”. Then I said to him: “So what should I do to you?””. The snake said: “If you, Muhantnad bin Humair, want to do ma’ruf (good), then open your mouth so that I can crawl into it”. He said: “I am afraid you will kill me”. The snake said: “No. By Allah I will not kill you. Allah is witness.” He said: “Then I opened my mouth, and he crawled into it, and I left”.

 

Shortly thereafter, I was confronted by a man carrying a sword who said: “O Muhammad!”. I asked him: “What do you want?”. He said: “Have you come across my enemy?”. I said: “Who is your enemy?”. Ya said: “fa is a snake”. -I asked him: “No” and I repented to my Lord 100 times for saying “no”, knowing that it was in my stomach. Then I moved a little, and the snake had removed its head from my mouth, saying: “Please see if my enemy is gone!”

 

Then, I looked to the right and to the left and found no one. I said to the snake: “I don’t see anyone. And if you want to come out. then come out now!”.

 

The snake said: “O Muhammad. now you may choose for yourself one of two ‘: I will tear out your heart or I will perforate your heart. then I will leave you without life”. I said: “Glory be to Allah. where is the promise you made to me and the oath you took to me. how quickly you forgot it all”. |

 

The snake said: “O Muhammad. why have you forgotten the enmity that existed between me and your father Adam a.s. so that he was expelled from paradise?”. On what basis do you do good to those who are not experts?”. I said to him:

 

“You will surely kill me”. He (the snake) said: “Yes. I will kill you”. I said to him: “Delay your decision, until I go to the foot of the mountain and prepare myself for my death there”. The serpent said: “What is your business and what do you want?”. Then I went to the mountain in despair of this life. Then I looked up at the sky and said: “

 

Meaning: “O Most Merciful One, O Most Merciful One, have mercy on me with Your hidden attributes of mercy. O Most Compassionate One, have mercy on me with the power with which You have resided on the ‘Throne of which it is not known where the ‘Throne is, and in which part You reside. O Most Merciful, Most Knowing, Most High. The Most Great, Yaa Allah protect me from this snake”. Then I was walking, when suddenly a man with a handsome face, fragrant smell, and clean clothes met me and said. “salam: peace be upon you”. I greeted him in return ( ) “and peace be upon you too”. Then he said to me: “Why do I see your face pale?” I said to him: “Because my enemy has wronged me.” He said: “Where is your enemy?” I said: “Ja is in my belly”. He said: “Open your mouth!”. Then I opened my mouth, and he put a green olive leaf in my mouth, then he said to me: “Chew the leaf and swallow it!”.

 

I chewed it and swallowed it, and soon my stomach ached and the snake swirled around in my stomach, then I took it out of my anal canal piece by piece, until what I was suffering from had completely disappeared.

 

Then I embraced the man and said: “O my brother. what are you?” with whom Allah has granted me grace”” The man laughed and turned around and asked: “Do you not recognize me?”. I said: “O Allah, I do not recognize you at all”. He said: “O Muhammad ibn Humar, when the incident occurred between you and the snake, you prayed and with that prayer, the angels in the seven heavens were in an uproar and complained to Allah Ta’ala: “By My majesty and glory. I saw with My eyes what the snake did to My servant”. then I (said the man with the handsome face!) was ordered to go to heaven to take the green leaf of the thorn of the Thuubaa tree ( sb / and give it to you. I was named:

 

“Alma ma’ruf” the place of my fowl is in the fourth langu. Then he said: “O Muhammad bin Humair, do ma’ruf (good), for it will protect you from bad events. (finished) 

 

ANOTHER RARE STORY

 

Al Imam Alyaafi’ in his book “RAUDHUR-RAYYAAHIIN” has narrated that a king was angry with a poor man. Then the poor man was locked up in a building whose doors had been closed so tightly that it was impossible for him to escape. He (the fakir) was also not given food and drink. After 3 (three) days it turned out that the poor person was outside the building in good health and fit.

 

Then the king, having been informed of the incident, rose up in anger, saying: “Bring that man before me!”. The king said to the poor man: “By the One who saved you from this trial and lifted your distress, and helped you from this difficulty, tell me: What is it that has saved you?”. The poor man said: “I have prayed several prayers”. The king said: “What is the prayer?” He said: “I have said :

 

Meaning: “O Allah, I ask You, O One Who is Compassionate. O One whose compassion and bounty. I ask You to love me in the secrecy of Your hidden compassion by which You love one of Your servants (then) he is saved. Then indeed You have said and it is true: “Allah is merciful to His slaves.” 

 

Almunawi has quoted from the Book from Shaykh Abil Ilasan Ash-Shadzili that he said: “I met Alkhaidir, and Alkhaidir said: “O Abal-Hasan, Allah has included His beautiful love, and he will be your companion in magam and travel. So how many beneficial benefits he will have. May his benefits always flow to us. Ameen.

 

THE 13TH DHIKR AND ITS COMMENTARY

 

Then Sayyiduna Umar has brought the “sentence of sincerity” which will bring salvation from all difficulties and will save the reader on the day of reckoning. He said:

 

“There is no god but ALLAH” (100x) and on the count of 100 (plus): “MUHAMMAD IS THE RASUL-ALLAH” (1x).

 

Ash-Shaykh All said: Dhikr is the doorway to the presence of Allah, the Almighty, and by it, blood and property will be preserved, except in accordance with their rights. And the right of this remembrance is to do all the deeds that Allah has commanded and to forsake all the deeds that Allah has forbidden, such as adultery, stealing, accusation, drinking alcohol, neglecting prayer, disobeying Allah’s commands and making lawful what is forbidden.

 

As for its virtues, it is as described in the Qur’an, according to His words:

 

“So know that there is no god but Allah”. (QS. Muhammad: 19).

 

“(Laa ilaaha illalloh), is My fortress and whoever enters My fortress, he will be safe from My punishment”, (Hadith Qudsi).

 

Every deed has its own reward, except this sentence. If the heavens and the earth were placed on a scale and this sentence on another scale, this sentence would weigh more than the heavens and the earth.

 

The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said: , –

 

“Pass on to those who will die from your family, the sentence ( ), for it will destroy all sin. Someone said: “O Messenger of Allah, this is for those who will die, what about those who are still alive?”. So the Prophet said: “It will destroy …… more than ….. (all sins)”.

 

Ibn-‘Abbas r.a. reported that the Prophet said: “Allah opens the doors of heaven. and there is someone who calls out from under the ‘Throne: “O heaven and all the pleasures that are in you, for whom?”. Heaven and everything in it cried out: “We are for the people of ( ), no one enters us except the people of ( ). We are forbidden to the one who has not uttered ( ) and does not believe in ( ).Therefore, Hell and all the forms of torment that are in it say: “No one enters except the one who disbelieves in ( ) and I do not demand except the one who denies ( ) and is forbidden to me the one who utters ( ). And I am not angry except with those who deny ( ), and I am not filled except with those who deny ( ). Then does not come the forgiveness and mercy of Allah, except to say: “We are for the people of ( ) and as helpers for the people of ( ) and we fulfill those who say ( ) and give wisdom to those who say ( ) Allah the Glorious says: “I allow paradise to be inhabited by those who say ( ) and I forbid hellfire to those who say ( ) and I forgive the sins of those who say ( ), and I do not close My forgiveness and My paradise from those who say ( ). I have not created paradise except for the people of ( ) and do not mix with the people of ( ) except in the manner of ( ) in accordance with the Prophet (SAW): “I have been commanded to fight the people until they say ( ) and when they have said it, then they are protected neither in blood nor in property, except what is due to them, while their account is with Allah”. Shahibur Ratib has set the number of recitations at 100x in order to be useful in: deifying with all His good Asma’s ( ) which are 99 in number that are completed with ( ).

 

Hence in this universe, no atsar, either sensory or intangible, appears except from the source of this asma’. Therefore, whoever memorizes it will enter heaven.

 

He said: “Sayyiduna Umar finished the dhikr with :

 

 This is so that what was established by the Prophet will be stable and what Allah has prescribed will be permanent, just as it was established for all the messengers.

 

The Dhikr reciter, when indicating with the decree after nafi, should turn his head towards the left ( ) and if he says after the phrase itsbaat ( ), should shake his face towards the right.

 

Among the virtues of this sentence is that it elevates the one who thinks about it to the level of closeness to Allah SWT. And it protects the one who thinks about it from the paths of kufr, innovation and misguidance, and among other things, it will protect the one who thinks about it outwardly from the paths of evil, such as what has been narrated from some of our saadah, the ahl al-bayt, that it removes the liking of eating haraam and doubtful things like fire removes rust from iron.

 

FIRST – MENTIONING A FEW SIMPLE LETTERS ABOUT THE VIRTUE OF “LAA ILAAHA ILLALLOH” AND THE MEANING OF IT

 

Know, may Allah guide you, that this sentence ( ) is the “sentence of monotheism” which is the basis of religion and its seed, which grows the branches of its trees, ripens its fruits and glitters with signs of happiness, and glitters with the light of its face. It is on this foundation that Islam was built, from which the provisions for prayer, hajj, fasting and all other acts of worship, including those that are nawafil (sunnah), were revealed in full. Know that Sayyiduna Umar r.a. has prescribed in this Raatib the dhikr of “Laa ilaaha illaloh” 100 times, because of the greatness of its usefulness .and the abundance of its blessings. So pay attention to its greatness, may Allah make us among His righteous servants. Ameen. . The explanation of the virtue of this sentence that comes from His Noble Book is His words:

 

“Allah declares that there is no god but He”. (QS. Ali Imron: 18).

 

“O you who believe, fear Allah and speak the truth, and Allah will reform you in your deeds” (OS Al Ahzab: 70-71).

 

It has been explained in the tafsir that the phrase is in the womb ( ) and that: it is also called (-ali Ai) in His words:

 

“To Him belong good words”,

 

“And know that there is no God but Allah”. (QS. Muhammad: 19).

 

“Do not worship besides Allah any other god. There is no God but Him. Every thing must perish, except Allah. To Him belongs all succession and to Him alone are you returned”. (QS. Al Gasas: 88).

 

“Verily, they used to boast when it was said to them “Laa ilaaha illallah” (there is no god but Allah)”. (QS. Ash Shaffat: 35).

 

“And We did not send any messenger before you but We revealed to him : “That there is no true God but Me, so worship Me, all of you”. (QS. Al Anbiya’: 25).

 

The hadiths related to this include :

 

The Prophet said: “Islam is built on five pillars, namely: The testimony that there is no God but Allah and that Muhammad is His servant and messenger. Establishing prayer, Paying zakat, Fasting in the month of Ramadan. and performing the pilgrimage to the House of Allah for those who are able in the way”. (HR. Bukhari and Muslim).

 

Al Baihaqie has narrated with the isnad in Sahih Muslim the hadith on the question of Iman, Islam and Ihsaan. Islam is that you should testify that there is no god but Allah, and that Muhammad is the messenger of Allah, establish prayer, give zakat, perform hajj, perform umrah, take junub baths, complete ablutions, and fast in Ramadan. This is the wording narrated by Addaruguthni with the letters, and he said that it is a saheeh and stable isnad.

 

Shaykh al-Islam Zakariyya Al Anshari said: “Reciting the two words of the shahada contains Al ma’rifah”.

 

The Prophet (SAW) said: “Laa ilaaha illallah” will always ward off calamity from those who recite it, as long as they do not prioritize the life of this world over the life of the Hereafter and do not talk about it and do not violate the prohibitions of Allah Ta’ala”.

 

The Prophet (SAW) said: “Whoever dies with the testimony: “There is no god but Allah”, he will enter Paradise. Abu Dharr said: “Then I said: “Even if he commits adultery and steals?”, he said: “Even if he has committed adultery and stolen – according to Abu Dharr he was forced to ask” (Al Hadith).

 

The Prophet (SAW) said: “There are three honors that if a person maintains them, (then) Allah will maintain his religion and worldly life, and whoever does not maintain these three honors (then) Allah will not maintain his religion or his hereafter (namely): the honor of Islam, my honor and the honor of my family. (Narrated by At Thabrani)

 

Ibn Umar ibn Al ‘Ash r.a. said: “The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said: “Verily, Allah has chosen a man from my Ummah above all creatures, then He has laid out for him 99 sheets (records of deeds), every sheet of which, as far as the eye can see, then Allah asks : “Do you deny anything of this? Did the angels of the record of deeds do anything wrong in this book of records of deeds?”. So he replied: “No, O my Lord”, Allah asked again: “Do you have any virtue?”. He replied: “No, O my Lord”. Then Allah SWT. said: “Yes, you have virtue on Our side, surely you are not wronged”. Then a piece of card was issued where it was written:

 

“I bear witness that there is no God but Allah, and I bear witness that Muhammad is His servant and His messenger.” Then Allah said again: “Come (witness) your scales!” He asked: “O my Lord, what are these cards and sheets?” Then the cards became heavier than the 99 sheets, and nothing becomes heavy unless it is ismullah Ta’ala.” (Reported by Turmudzi).

 

Regarding the dhikr, from the book of Abdul Ghafur from Abil Fadhlil Jauhari he has said: “When the inhabitants of Paradise hear the trees, the rivers and everything in it saying: “LAAILAAHA ILALLOH”, then one another said: “That sentence is much neglected when (still) hidun in the world).

 

Ali ibn Abi Talib r.a. said: “The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said: “A servant does not believe until he believes in four things: “Witnessing that there is no God but Allah, and that I (Muhammad) am a messenger of Allah, He (Allah) has sent me with truth Believing in the day of resurrection after death. Belief in destiny”.

 

Imam Muslim and others have narrated from Umar Ibnul-Khaththab r.a. who said: “The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said: “None of you performs complete ablution”, then said :

 

“Unless the eight doors of Paradise are opened to him, he may enter from whichever door he wishes”.

 

The Prophet (SAW) said: “There is no horror in the grave for the people of “Jaa ilaaha illallah” and neither on the Day of Resurrection, and I seem to see the people of “Laa ilaaha illallah” fanning the dust from their heads at the resurrection as they say :

 

“Praise be to Allah who has taken away our grief from us. Verily, our Lord is indeed Oft-Forgiving, Most Grateful” (QS. Fathir: 34).

 

The Prophet (SAW) said: “All of you will surely enter Paradise except the one who is unwilling and runs away from Allah like a camel running away from its owner. Then someone asked: “O Messenger of Allah, who is the one who does not want and runs away from Allah?”, He said: “The one who does not want to say ‘Laa ilaaha illallah’, so multiply the words ‘Laa ilaaha illallah’ before you are prevented from it. Indeed, it is “the sentence of monotheism, the sentence of sincerity, the sentence of tagwa, the sentence of thayyibah (good) calling to truth, a firm gusset, and it is the price of a heaven”.

 

He (SAW) said: “Allah has said:

 

“There is no reward for good except good (also) then someone asked “What is ihsaan, O Messenger of Allah?”. He said: “Ihsan (good) in the world is “Laa ilaaha illallah”, and Ihsan (good) in the hereafter is heaven”.

 

Albarraa’ bin Aazib has narrated from SAW. he said: “Whoever says :

 

“There is no God but Allah, the One, with whom there is no partner, to Him belongs the kingdom, and to Him belongs all praise, and He is all-powerful over all things) 10 times, he will get a reward comparable to freeing a slave or a soul from the descendants of Ismail, and whoever says it 100 times. he will get a reward comparable to freeing 10 slaves”. (HR. Bukhari and Muslim)

 

Umar Ibn al-Khaththab (may Allah be pleased with him) said: “Whoever utters the words mentioned above in one of the markets will have 1,000,000 virtues assigned to him and 1,000,000 vices removed from him, and a palace will be built for him in Paradise. (except in the narration of Umar ibn Shu’aib and in the narration of Umar ibn Alkhaththab there is an addition ( )

 

“And He is the Ever-Living, who does not die, in Whose hand are all the virtues,” and it is not in the narration of Albarraa’. All of that is in the Saheeh.

 

In the Book of “At Turmudzi” from Umarah bin Shuaib, he has said: “The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said: “Whoever says : 10 times after sunset, Allah will send him guardian angels who will guard him from the devil until dawn, and Allah will record for him 10 virtues that oblige (enter heaven) and remove from him 10 vices that harm (enter hell) and for him also a reward comparable to freeing 10 muminat. Quoted by Al-Imam Annawawi from the narration of An-Nasa’i in his book. (

 

In “Kitab Alhaqaaiq” he said: “Ibn Habib in his “Book of Dhikr” said: “Whoever says :

 

Then it will tear every roof of the house to the seventh heaven, and it will not close until Allah looks at the one who uttered it from the inhabitants of the earth. It is Allah’s right not to torture whomever he sees.

 

Muhammad bin Yahya Al ‘Adani has issued in his masnad to the Messenger of Allah SAW. that he said: “Whoever at the time of pag’ says :

 

“There is no god but Allah, the One, with whom there is no partner, the One, on whom we depend, who has no wife and no son), then his state is like that of a man who recites the Qur’an 12 times and Allah records for him 40 virtues”.

 

It has also been explained (from SAW.): “Whoever says every day”

 

“O Allah, surely in the morning of this day I testify to You. testify to Your Throne bearers, Your angels and all Your creatures, that You are Allah, there is no God but You (alone) the One, there is no partner for You and that Muhammad is Your servant and messenger. One guess will exempt 1/4 from Hellfire, and if he says it twice, he will exempt 1/2 from Hellfire, and if he says it three times, he will exempt 3/4 from Hellfire, and if he says it four times, he will be exempt from Hellfire”.

 

Some scholars said: ” . perhaps the wisdom that lies in this is the finman of Allah Ta’ala:

 

“The wife is spared punishment by her oath 4x in the name of Allah, surely her husband is truly one of those who lie” (QS. Annur: 8).

 

Considering that the four oaths prevented the punishment of the fifth, and that the four oaths made for the sake of Allah through monotheism and faith prevented the punishment of the Hereafter, namely Hellfire, and that the four witnesses in the case of adultery required the punishment of flogging, it follows that the opposite is true: the four oaths made for the sake of Allah through monotheism required deliverance from Hellfire.

 

The above has been reinforced by the narration that Allah Ta’ala, when sending the angels to destroy the people of Prophet Luth a.s.

 

Allah had said to the angels: “Do not destroy them until Lot a.s. bears witness against them with four testimonies”.

 

So the angels came to Prophet Luth in the afternoon, and at that time Luth was in the place where he worked. Then the angels met him by expressing the purpose of the visit. Then they walked together, and after that Prophet Luth a.s. said: “What do you know about the people of this country?”. They said: “What is the matter with them?” He (Prophet Lot a.s.) said: “I swear by Allah, that the deeds of the people of this country are the most evil on earth”, he swore the oath repeatedly up to 4 (four) times, then they entered the house of Prophet Luth a.s..

 

It has been narrated that the Prophet Luth a.s. was carrying firewood which was followed by the angels until they entered his house. When they were on the way, they passed a group from his people. They signaled each other with their eyes as a mockery to Luth Prophet Luth a.s. said: “Verily my people are the worst of Allah’s creatures”.

 

Then Prophet Luth a.s. passed by another group, and they also did what the first group did. So every time Prophet Lot a.s. spoke these words, Gabriel a.s. said to the angels: “Bear witness, until I will come to his people”.

 

Ash-Shirazi, Al-Khathib, Arraafi’i and Ibn Najjaar have issued the hadeeth: “Whoever says 100 times a day

 

“There is no god but Allah, the Rightful King,” he will receive protection from poverty, relief from the loneliness of the grave, wealth, and with these words, he will knock on the door of Paradise'”.

 

One of the commentators said: “The scholars have said: “Indeed, if a slave, with the right intention and sincerity, says :

 

“O Allah, You are indeed the King of the Real”, so 70,000 (seventy thousand) angels bowed down. Then Allah, the Glorious, the Great, said: “By My greatness, I have indeed forgiven all the sins of the one who uttered this sentence, both the former and the latter. “And if he asks Me for anything of this world or the Hereafter, I will surely give it to him”.

 

Sa’id ibn Abi Waggaash r.a. reported: “The Prophet (SAW) said: “Any Muslim who in his sickness says :

 

There is no God but You, Glory be to You, I am of the wrongdoers.”) 40 times, then he dies in his sickness, he will be given the reward of the martyr, and if he recovers, then he recovers, and his sins have been forgiven. (H.R. Al Hakim).

 

In “Kitab al-Hagaaig”, he said: “Ibn Abi Shaibah in his book has quoted from Ibn ‘Abbas (may Allah be pleased with him) concerning the words: ( ) (then he was swallowed by a large fish) he said: “” After he was swallowed, he was carried until he was placed in the seventh layer of the earth, then the prophet Yunus a.s. heard. “The earth is praising”. So he gasped and praised with his words:

 

He said: “Then he (Yunus) was taken out until he was thrown to the surface of the earth without hair and without nails, like a newborn.

 

Then Allah planted a tree that sheltered him, and he fed on the insects of the earth, and as he slept under it, its dry leaves fell on him. Then he went to his Lord. God said to him: “O Jonah, you are sad for a tree, but not for about 100,000 people who are being tortured.

 

SAM said: “Indeed, secret charity will quench the wrath of Allah, and friendship will prolong life, and ma’ruf (good) deeds will protect from the places of evil and that saying “Laa ilaaha illallah” will reject 99 doors of calamity, the simplest of which is grief”: (narrated by Ibn Asyakir from Ibn Abbaas r.a).

 

The Prophet (SAW) said: “I entered heaven and I saw three lines of gold writing:   “The first line. The second line: “What we have revealed of our deeds, we have found, and what we have eaten, we have been fortunate,: and what we have left behind, we have been losers. The third line: “A sinful people and a forgiving God (HR Imam Ar Rafi’i and Tbnun Najjar from Anas).

 

SAW said: “The symbol of the mu’minin on the day of resurrection from their graves will be :

 

“There is no god but Allah, and it is to Allah that the believers should put their trust”. (HR Ibny Fardawiyyah from “Aisha r.a.).

 

Ibn Abi Shaibah has quoted from the hadith of Abi Hurairah r.a. who said: “Allah’s Apostle said to his uncle (Abu Talib): Say: (I will be a witness for you before Allah on the Day of Resurrection).” So his uncle said. “I fear that Ouraisy will blame me for you”. Then Allah Ta’ala revealed :

 

“Indeed, you will not be able to guide those whom you love, but Allah guides whom He wills, and Allah knows best those who will receive guidance”. QS. Al Qasas: 56).

 

THE NATURE OF RASOOL ULLAH PBUH. IN THE TAURAT.

 

Al-Imam Al Baghawi has narrated with his sanad from ‘Atha ibn Yasar who said: “I met ‘Abdullah ibn ‘Umar Ibn al-‘Ash, and I said: “Tell me about the characteristics of the Messenger of Allah (SAW) in the Torah”. He said: “Indeed, by Allah, he has been described in the Torah with some of his attributes that are found in the Qur’an : (O Prophet. verily, We have sent you as a witness, a giver of glad tidings and a warner, a deliverer of the believers, a treasurer of the believers. You are My servant and My messenger. I have named you “almutawakkil” (the one who is reasonable) i.e. the one who is not hard-hearted, not angry, not loud in the markets, does not repay evil for evil but forgives and is patient, and I will not take his life until the crooked religion is straightened out with the sentence ( ). opening blind eyes, deaf ears, and closed hearts. ,

 

It has been narrated from Isa son of Maryam a.s. he said: “O Allah, O my Lord, tell me about the ummah which is the ummah of Muhammad (peace be upon him).” . So Allah said: “Among them are scholars who are generous, devout and experts in wisdom, they are like the prophets, they are pleased with My little gift and I am also pleased with the thread of their little easy charity. I will enter them into heaven with (the phrase) . O Isa, they are mostly the people of heaven, because their tongues do not feel humiliated by saying ” ” ( ) while other people feel humiliated, nor do their necks (faces) feel humiliated to prostrate themselves, while other people feel humiliated.

 

Has said SAW. . “Whoever says 11x

 

“There is no God but Allah, the One, with no partner. The One. to whom we appeal. begotten and unborn and there is none like Him. Allah will record for him 2,000,000 virtues”.

 

Ibn ‘Abbas r.a. reported that he said: “Whoever wakes up at night and says :

 

“There is no god but You. Glory be to You, I (am!) among the wrongdoers, and he will be released from his sins as a sheep is released from its skin.”

 

THE PRAYER THAT GABRIEL TAUGHT TO PROPHET MUHAMMAD PBUH. FOR: PEOPLE WHO ARE SICK

 

From Anas bin Malik ra. he has said: “The angel Gabriel a.s. had taught the Messenger of Allah (SAW) this prayer, and then the Prophet (SAW) taught it to Abu Hurairah (RA) who was sick at that time. He said: “When you are sick say: “

 

“There is no god but Allah, the One, with whom there is no partner, to Him belongs the kingdom and to Him belongs all praise. He is the One who gives life, He is the One who gives death, and He is the One who is alive.” There is death, Glory be to the Lord keeper of the servants and the Lord keeper of the land. And all praise is due to Allah, a praise that is very much, a good one, who is blessed over all things, and Allah is the Great, the Greatest, the Majesty of Allah, the Glorious, the Great, His greatness, His power and His majesty are in every place. O Allah. if You have decreed death upon me, then forgive my sins and place me in the paradise of ‘Adn’. fe

 

KHUTBAH OF THE APOSTLE OF ALLAH, PEACE BE UPON HIM. AT THE END OF THE MONTH OF SHA’BAAN

 

Meaning: “Al Imam Al Baghawi has narrated that Salman said: “The Messenger of Allah delivered a sermon before us on the last day of the month of Sha’ban saying: “The guardian of mankind has overshadowed you a month that is great and full of blessings. In that month there is a night that is better than 1000 months, which makes fasting obligatory and night prayers sunnah. Whoever approaches it with Sunnah deeds is like doing obligatory deeds outside of Ramadan. It is the month of patience, and patience is rewarded with heaven, and it is the month of helping where one’s sustenance will be increased.”:

 

Whoever breaks the fast of a fasting person will have his sins forgiven and he will be exempted from Hellfire, and he will be rewarded with the same reward as the fasting person, no less.

 

They said: “O Messenger of Allah, we do not all have food to give to those who are fasting”. He said: “Allah will reward the one who breaks the fast with even a drop of milk or a date or a sip of water, whoever satisfies a fasting person. He will be given a drink by Allah and my telagaku with the trust that he will not feel thirsty forever until he enters heaven, the Month. the beginning is mercy. the middle is forgiveness and the end is deliverance from the fire of hell.

 

So multiply in that month 4 traits 2 (two) traits are what will make your Lord pleased with you and 2 (two) traits are what you really need. The two characteristics that will make your Lord pleased with you are. “Bearing witness that there is no god but Allah and seeking forgiveness from Him”. As for the two traits that you desperately need, they are that you ask Allah for Paradise and seek His protection from the punishment of Hellfire. I said: “That is summarized in the prayer:

 

that is what is usually said according to custom

 

The scholar said:

 

consists of 24 letters, and the number of hours in a day and night is 24 hours,” as if to say: “Every sin that I commit, whether small, big, hidden, overt, by mistake, intentional speech or action during these hours will be forgiven with these letters.

 

As for the sentence ( )is composed of 12 letters that imply the existence of 12 obligations: 6 (six) that are obvious and 6 (six) that are hidden.

 

The zhahir ones are: Purification, prayer, zakat, fasting, hajj and jihad. As for the hidden ones are: Tawakal, surrender, ridha, scderhana (zuhud), patience and repentance.

 

A FEMALE GAZELLE MADE THE LEAP OF FAITH.

 

Al Inam Ath Thabrani has narrated from Umm Salmah r.a. she has said: “When the Messenger of Allah (SAW) was in the desert, suddenly a voice called him: “Ya Rasulullah”. He turned his head right and left, but there was no one he could see. Then he turned his head again, it turned out that there was a female deer ( ) that was tied.

 

The deer said: “Come closer, O Messenger of Allah”, so he came closer to him and said: “What is your need?”. He (the gazelle) said: “I have two cubs on the mountain, let me go to nurse them, and I will return to you.

 

The Prophet said: “Are you really going to do that?”, he said: “Allah would have punished me with a painful torment, if I had not done that”. Then he let her go. She went to her two children and breastfed them and then returned to the Prophet.

 

Then he tied it again and woke up the owner of the kijany, an A’rabii (mountain Arab), saying: “Do you have a desire for me, O Messenger of Allah?”. He said: “Yes. Yes, that’s right, set the gazelle free.” Then the Al-A’rabi freed it …… the deer ran away while saying :

 

“I bear witness that there is no God but Allah and that you are the messenger of Allah. It has been narrated in the atsar that if a slave says ( )” then indeed he has been rewarded as much as the number of male and female disbelievers on the surface of the earth.

 

THE PRAYER OF AL-IMAM ALI R.A. IN THE GRAVEYARD

 

Al Ushbu bin Nbaatah reported that he said: “When I was with Ali r.a. at the grave, he said :

 

Peace be upon the adepts of “Laa ilaaha illallah”, from the adepts of “Laa ilaaha illallah”, O adepts of “Laa ilaaha illallah”, how did you get the utterance of “Laa ilaaha illallah”. O Allah, by the right of “Laa ilaaha illallah” forgive those who say “Laa ilaaha illallah” and gather us (in Mahshar) in the company of those who say “Laa ilaaha illallah”.

 

Al Imani Ali r.a. said: “I heard the Messenger of Allah say:

 

“Whoever says this du’aa’ when passing by a grave, Allah will forgive him of his sins of 50 years ago (also) for his parents, for his relatives, for his neighbors, and for all Muslims in general”.

 

DESCRIPTION OF THE TALKIN OF THE CORPSE IN THE GRAVE

 

The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said. “When one of you dies, and the ground is covered, let one of you stand at the head of his grave and say: “Hai Fulan bin Fulanah his mother’s name), then indeed the deceased heard but did not answer. Then let it be said again: “O so-and-so son of so-and-so”, then indeed he will say: “Allah has guided kira, may Allah have mercy on you”, but you could not hear him. Then it is to be said to the deceased: “Remember when you came out of the world :

 

Testimony that there is no God but Allah and that Muhammad is the messenger of Allah.

 

And you have accepted “Allah as your Lord, Muhammud as your prophet, and the Qur’an as your faith”.

 

So the angels Mungkar and Nakir withdrew, and each of them said: “We will go only this far, for his proof has guided him, and Allah, the Almighty, is a witness to his proof to the two angels. Someone asked: “O Messenger of Allah, what if the mother’s name was not known?” He said: Narrated by Said bin Abdullah Al Azdi from Abi Umamah Al Bahili, which has been quoted by Al Ghazali in the Book of Hawwa.  

 

QUESTIONS IN THE GRAVE AND ITS TORMENT

 

SAM said: “When a servant dies and is buried, there will come to him two angels who are black and blue, one of them named : Mungkar and the Jain named : Nakir. Both of them asked him: “What do you know about Muhammad SAW.”. If he was a mu’min, he would answer: “He is the servant of Allah and His Messenger. I testify that there is no god but Allah and I testify that Muhammad is the messenger of Allah”. The two angels said: “Surely we know that you will say so”.

 

Then, his grave will be expanded by 70×70 cubits, and the grave will be brightly lit. The angel said to him: “Sleep!”. The mu’min servant of Allah said: “Let me go back to my family to tell them!”. Then the angel said again: “Sleep!”, so he slept soundly like a new bride, and would not be awakened except by the one he loved the most from his family, until Allah raised him from his bed.

 

And if he is a hypocritical servant, (when he is asked) he will say: “I don’t know, I heard people saying something, so I said it too”.

 

The angel said: “We knew that you would say so” – Then the earth was commanded: “Crush him … until his ribs are broken, and he will be tormented continually until Allah raises him from his bed.

 

Abullaits Assamarkandi has narrated with his chain of transmission from Abdullah bin Ubaid bin Umair Allaitsi that he said: “We heard that Allah Ta’ala had granted Prophet Musa bin Imran 5 (five) prayers brought by Angel Gabriel a.s. on the 10th day of the month of Dhul Hijjah, namely :

 

The first one:

 

“There is no God worthy of worship but Allah alone, there is no partner for Him. He is the Lord of the kingdom, to Him be all praise. He is the One Who gives life and death, and He is the Ever-Living without death; in His hand are all virtues, and He is the Lord of all things”.

 

The second one:

 

“I bear witness that there is no God but Allah alone, there is no partner for Him. He is the One God, the One to whom we invoke, Who has neither wife nor son.”

 

The third

 

“I bear witness that there is no God but Allah alone, there is no partner for Him. He is the One True God. Who neither begets nor is begotten, and there is none like Him’.

 

The fourth

 

“I bear witness that there is no God but Allah alone, there is no partner for Him, He is the owner of the kingdom, to Him be all praise, He is the One Who gives life and death, He is the One Who lives, never dies. In His hand are all virtues and He is the Lord of all things”.

 

The fifth

 

“Allah is the best of protectors for me, Allah hears those who pray to Him, and behind Allah there is no limit”.

 

It is mentioned that these words were revealed in the Injīl, because the Alhawariyyiin had asked the Prophet Isa a.s. son of Maryam about the virtue of these prayers. Then he explained to them: “Whoever recites these prayers on the 10th day of Dhul-Hijjah will be rewarded with an unexplainable reward”.

 

ALLAH’S MOST GLORIOUS ASMA’

 

Ibn Abid-world has narrated from Sharih Al ‘Abid that he said: “I saw in my sleep a man saying to me, “Come to the sifulan, and I have commanded him to teach you the greatest Asma of Allah”. And when I awoke in the morning, a man came to me and said: “Verily, I saw in my sleep last night a man who said to me: “Come to the Sharih, and he will teach you :   ” i.e., all that is in the Qur’an.

 

Abu Hashim said, narrating from Sharih al-Aabid: “He found this phrase in 33 places in the Gur’an”.

 

Yunus ibn Abdil A’laa: It is said that he was afflicted with an illness, and he saw someone in his sleep saying to him: “The Asma’ of Allah the Greatest is ” ” So he said it and then wiped his face. Then the next day he was cured.

 

The Prophet (SAW) said: “Whoever utters an atonement” for a day, it will absolve him of every sin he committed on that day.

 

From Ka’bil Akhbar: “Allah revealed to Prophet Moses (peace be upon him) in the Torah: “Had it not been for someone who said “I would have authorized Jahannam (to burn) . the inhabitants of the world”. ” Some of the Companions said: “Whoever says ” ” sincerely from his heart, “and repeats it with majesty, he will be forgiven for 4000 sins. Someone asked: If he does not have that many sins?” He replied: “He will be forgiven his sins, the sins of his parents and the sins of his neighbors.” (Narrated by Ash-Shaykh Muhammad Assanusi).

 

Al-Fagih Ahmad bin Ali Assardawi said: “Al Fagih Assayyid Muhammad bin Ahmad An Najitih has spoken to me from Al Fagih Al-Imam Assayyid Muhammad bin Yusuf Adh-Dhajaa’ii with a chain that goes back to the Prophet (PBUH) who said : “Whoever says behind a corpse :

 

“There is no God but Allah, the All-Forgiving, after His dominion; there is no God but Allah, the Eternal, after the cessation of His creatures. All things will perish except Allah, for Him is all provision, and to Him you will be returned. Allah will forgive the deceased, the one who uttered it, those who delivered the body, the village from which it came out, and the grave in which it was buried”.

 

In the Book of Dzikrul-maut it is mentioned from Al Kattaanee that he said: “I saw Al Junaid in my sleep, and I asked him: “What has Allah done to you?” He replied: “The signs have been distorted, the images have been lost, and I have gained nothing except for the two raka’ats that I did in the night at suhoor”.

 

Zubaidah – one of the righteous servants of Allah – was dreamt of by a man, who asked her: “What has Allah done to you?” She said: “Allah has forgiven me with 4 (four) sentences, namely : ,

 

“There is no God but Allah, with whom I spend my life. There is no God but Allah, with whom I enter my grave. There is no God but Allah, with whom I am alone in my grave. There is no God but Allah, with whom I shall meet my Lord.”

 

TAHLIL WHICH HAS SEVERAL VIRTUES 

 

Abu Talib Al Makky said: “It has been narrated to us from ‘Ali ibn Abi Talib (may Allah be pleased with him) from the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) that Allah, the Almighty, glorifies His Essence every day by saying

 

  1. “Verily, I am Allah, there is no God but Me, the sustainer of the universe”.

 

  1. “Verily, I am Allah, there is no God but Me, the Ever-Living, the Eternal, continuously taking care of His creatures.”

 

  1. “Verily I am Allah, there is no god but I, the Forgiving, the Merciful”.

 

  1. “Verily, I am Allah, there is no God but Me, who began to create all creatures, and to Me they will return”.

 

  1. “Verily, I am Allah, there is no god but Me, who neither gives birth nor is born”.

 

  1. “Verily I am Allah, there is no god but I, the Mighty, the Wise”.

 

  1. “Verily, I am Allah, there is no God but Me Who has the Day of Reckoning”.

 

  1. “Verily, I am Allah, and there is no god but I, the Compassionate, the Merciful”.

 

  1. “Verily I am Allah, there is no god but Me. Who creates good and evil”.

 

  1. “Verily, I am Allah, there is no god but Me. Who created heaven and hellfire”.

 

  1. “Verily, I am Allah, there is no god but I, the One, Whom I ask, Who has neither wife nor son”.

 

  1. “Verily I am Allah, there is no god but Me, the Only-begotten, the Odd”.

 

  1. “Verily, I am Allah, there is no god but Me, the Master, the Glorious, the Sacred”.

 

  1. “Verily I am Allah, there is no God but Me, ‘the One who holds the salvation, the One who secures and: Who preserves”.

 

  1. “Verily, I am Allah, there is no god but Me, the Mighty, the Forgiving and the Great”.

 

  1. “Verily, I am Allah, there is no god but I, the One, the Creator of forms and shapes”.

 

  1. “Verily, I am Allah, there is no god but I, the Greatest, the Most High.”

 

  1. “Verily, I am Allah, there is no god but Me, the One who holds the power, the One who compels”.

 

  1. “Verily I am Allah, there is no god but I, the Wise, the Gracious”.

 

  1. “Verily, I am Allah, there is no god but I, who have praise and majesty”.

 

  1. “Verily, I am Allah, there is no god but Me, Who knows the secret and the hidden”.

 

22″ “Verily, I am Allah, there is no god but I, Who am above creatures and nature.”

 

  1. “Verily, I am Allah, there is no god but Me, the Compelling, the Great”.

 

24, “Verily I am Allah, there is no god but Me, the Mighty, the Provider”.

 

Whoever prays with this asma’ should say “Verily You are Allah, there is no god but You, such and such”.

 

Whoever prays with this asma’ will be recorded among the martyrs who. humble themselves side by side with the Prophet Muhammd Prophet Abraham Prophet Moses Prophet Isa and other Prophets SAW. in the great land of Shorsa in , give worship the inhabitants of heaven and earth.

 

II FASAL: SOME FAIDAH SENTENCE IKHLAS

 

FIRST FAIDAH

 

The scholars said: The two shahada are: and it is the first pillar, of the pillars of Islam. The second pillar is prayer. The third pillar is the fast, the fourth pillar is the zakat, and the fifth pillar is the hajj: Hajj. ,

 

They said: “The declaration of Islam and faith is to say : “Shahadatain” or both testimony and confirmation in the heart. If the pronunciation comes first and the affirmation comes later, then that is not sufficient. It is obligatory upon every person to utter once in a lifetime the two sentences of the shahada, intending in his heart to fulfill the obligatory command of Allah and to say with his tongue that there is no deity to be worshipped but Allah and that Muhammad is the messenger of Allah. And let him also believe in his heart that the Prophet Muhammad SAW. and all the Prophets and Messengers are free from the nature of lying (Alkadzibu), deceiver (Alghisysyu) and betrayal.

 

PRAYERS TO FACE TRIALS

 

Ibn Abbas r.a. has narrated in Sahih Bukhari and Muslim that the Messenger of Allah (SAW) when he got difficulties, he said :

 

“There is no God but Allah, the Great, the Merciful. There is no God but Allah, who controls the several layers of the heavens and the earth, who has a glorious ‘Throne'”.

 

And in a Muslim narration, that when the Prophet SAW. get a difficult business, he said at the beginning of the night (maghrib) or the beginning of the day (dawn):

 

He will be protected from snakes, scorpions and thieves.

 

SECOND FAIDAH

 

It has been narrated in a saheeh hadith from Ibn Umar r.a. who said: – “The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said: “The Angel Gabriel a.s. has taught one medicine that can cure a person of all diseases”. And he said: “The script (prescription) is from “Allauhul-mahfuzh” which is : “Take rainwater that has not flowed over the roof of the house. (placed) in a clean vessel, then recite on the water:

 

1) – Surah Alfatihah (70x)

2) – Ayatul Kursi (70x)

3) – Suratul-Ikhlas (70x)

4) – Surah Al Falag (70x)

5) – Surah An-Naas (70x)

6)

 

Then fast for 7 (seven) days, and every day break the fast with that water. (Issued by: Roziin)

 

VIRTUE OF AYATUL KURSI

 

Here we will explain some of the virtues of Ayatul Kursi, because Ayatul Kursi encompasses tawhid and the meaning of high attributes. Some scholars said: “Indeed, Ayatul Kursi is comparable to one-third of the Qur’an, which consists of 50 words, and each word contains 50 blessings. Ayatul Kursi was revealed at night.

 

From Muhammad bin Alhanafiyyah: “When the Ayatul Kursi was revealed, immediately all the statues in the world fell on their faces, and the crowns fell from their heads, and the shaytans ran around beating each other”. (Alhadist):

 

It has been narrated from Abi Abdillah Al Hakim At Turmudzi from Nauf’ AI Bukali that he said: “Ayatul Kursi is mentioned in the Torah” (Power of Allah) and those who recite it are mentioned in the Kingdom of Heaven as noble. And according to the custom of Abdurrahman ibn ‘Auf, when he entered his house, he recited Ayatul Kursi at the four corners of his house.”

 

Anas reported that the Prophet said: “Allah SWT. has revealed to Prophet Musa a.s.: “Whoever makes it a habit to recite Ayatul Kursi, after every prayer, I will give him the hearts of the grateful, the reward of the prophets, and the deeds of the shiddigiin (those who are true to their faith), and I title at My right hand mercy for him, and nothing hinders him, enter him into heaven until he is visited by the Angel of Death”.

 

Moses a.s. said: “O my Lord, whoever hears this, does not want to get used to it”. Allah said: “Verily, I do not give these things to My servant unless he is a prophet or a shiddig or a man whom I love, or a man whom I will that he be killed in my cause (martyrdom)”.

 

Ubayyi bin Ka’bin ja reported: “Allah Ta’ala said: “O Moses, whoever recites Ayatul Kursi after the prayer, I will give him the reward of the prophets a.s.”. Abdullah said: “The meaning, according to us, is that he will be rewarded with the deeds of the prophets. As for the reward of prophethood, it will not be given to anyone, except specifically to the prophets.”:

 

A PRAYER FULL OF BLESSINGS

 

This prayer is a blessed and great prayer, and its efficacy has been proven by scholars.

 

Some scholars have stated the following: “Whoever recites this prayer after every obligatory prayer will be protected by Allah from the calamities of this world and the Hereafter. The prayer is:

 

I prepare for every calamity that I encounter in this world and the next greeting:( ) for the sense of sorrow and sadness greeting: () for every misfortune: () for every happiness and trial: () for every admiration of speech: (): for every sin, () for every hardship, () for every calamity, () for every calamity, () for every calamity: ( ) for every calamity, speech 🙁 for every gadha and destiny. speech : () for every sin and disobedience:

 

THIRD FASAL

ON THE MEANING OF “LAAILAAHA ILLALLOH”

 

Ibbnu ‘Abbas (may Allah be pleased with him) said that the meaning of this is that there is no one who benefits or harms, no one who gives honor or dishonor, and no one who provides sustenance or prevents it except Allah. One of the scholars said in his commentary: “There is no god but Allah”. Fakhruddin Ar Razii said: “The utterance of Laa ilaaha illallah by a slave is an indication of ma’rifah, monotheism with the tongue, praise and truth to “Al Malikul Majiid” (the Most Great Emperor).   ” And when a servant says : ( ) then it means :

 

“There is no God but Allah, the Sustainer of the universe, the Creator of the former and the latter creatures, and the One who determines the religion on the Day of Judgment. He is the Sustainer of the universe, the Creator of the former and the latter creatures, and the One who determines the religion on the Day of Judgment.”

 

As Sanusi has said: “The meaning of “Laa ilaaha illalloh” is that there is no need for any god other than Allah, and everything other than Him needs Allah. The meaning of “Laa ilaaha illalloh” is that everything has no need except for Him, and everything other than Him needs Him. A scholar has said: “The meaning of

 

“There is no God but Allah, no Creator of creation, and no Ruler of affairs but Allah”.

 

This is taken from His words: “

 

“Remember creating and ruling are only the right of Allah”, (QS. Al A’raaf: 54).

 

and from His word:

 

“Then they took other gods besides Him (to be worshipped), which gods did not create anything. In fact, they themselves were created and are not able to (ward off) any harm from themselves nor to take any benefit, nor are they able to kill, revive or resurrect”. (QS. Al Furgaan: 3).

 

AN A’RABII CONVERTS TO ISLAM A LIZARD’S TESTIMONY TO THE APOSTLESHIP OF MUHAMMAD PBUH.

 

Ad Darqutni, Al Baihaqi his Shaykh Al Hakim, and his Shaykh Ibn Addy, have narrated from Ibn Umar r.a. as stated in the book “Hayyatul Hayyawan”, by Ad Damniri it is told that when the prophet Muhammad SAW. was in the middle of a crowd of his companions, suddenly came an A’raaaby (Mountain Arab) from Banu Sulaiman to him. The A’raabiy had been hunting a (small) monitor lizard which he kept at the end of his shirt hand. He brought it to the group and saw a congregation, so he asked: “Who is this congregation?” They replied: “They are the Jama’ah of the one who claims to be a prophet….”

 

“She came to the Prophet and said: “Hui Muhammad, no woman’s false babble is greater than yours, and had I not been afraid of being called by the Arabs a man of haste, I would have killed you, so that by killing you, I would have been able to rejoice the people.

 

Then Umar r.a. said: “O Messenger of Allah, let me kill that man!” The Messenger of Allah said: “No, do you not know that the patient man is almost a prophet?” Then A’raabit said: “By Latta and ‘Uzzaa, I will not believe in you, until the monitor lizard believes in you”. Then he took the monitor lizard out of his sleeve and placed it in front of the Messenger of Allah (SAW) and said: If the monitor lizard believes in you, then I will also believe in you”. Then the Prophet said:

 

O monitor lizard (then he spoke in a language that could be understood by all the people in the crowd “I fulfill your call with happiness, O messenger of the Lord of all the worlds” said the monitor lizard.

 

Then the Prophet (SAW) said: “Who do you worship?” He (the monitor lizard) replied: “I worship the One whose Throne is in the sky, whose power is on earth, whose path is on the sea, whose mercy is in heaven and whose shame is in hell”.

 

The Messenger of Allah (SAW) also asked: “And who am I, O monitor lizard?” Ya berkuta: “You are the Messenger of Allah, the Sustainer of the universe and the Seal of the Prophets. Fortunate is the one who confirms you and miserable is the one who denies you”. Then the A’rabii said:

 

“I bear witness that there is no God but Allah, and that you are the right messenger of Allah. By Allah, I have come to you, and there is no one on earth whom I hate more than I hate you. And by Allah, right now, I love you more than myself and my son. I have believed in you: my hair, my skin, my inner and outer being, my secret and my natural (reality).”

 

Then the Prophet said: “Praise be to Allah who has guided you to this religion, the highest religion and there is no religion higher than it. Allah will not accept that religion except by prayer, and prayer will not be accepted except by (recitation of) the Qur’an”.

 

He (A’rabii) said: “(Then) teach me”, then the Messenger of Allah (SAW) taught him “Surah Alfatihah” and “Surah Al-Ikhlas”. Then he said: “I have never heard anything less or shorter than this”. Then SAW. said: “This is the word of Allah, the Lord of the universe and it is not a poem. If you recite “Qul huwallaahu ahad” then you are like reciting one third of the Qur’an, and if you recite it twice, then you are like reciting two thirds of the Qur’an, and if you recite it three times, then you are like reciting the whole Qur’an.

 

Then Al-A’raabii said: “Verily, our Lord accepts a little and gives a lot”.

 

 

 

THE FOURTEENTH DHIKR AND ITS COMMENTARY

After Sayyiduna Umar completed “Attahli!”, then he brought the first sentence uttered by our father Ibrahim Al Khalil, which was later recited by our Prophet Muhammad SAW. on the occasion of the battle of Uhud, namely when the blood of the companions and the enemies flowed in the field of jihad fi sabilillah which is the best jihad and the path to the pleasure of Allah SWT. namely:

 

ENOUGH IS ALLAH. THE BEST OF HELPERS AND PROTECTORS FOR US. (7x) .

 

Ash-Shaikh ‘Ali said: “The first to say the dhikr was Sayyiduna Ibrahim a.s. when he was thrown into the fire of Namrud, which then cooled down and saved him. Then it was recited by our Lord Muhammad (peace be upon him) and his companions when someone said to them:

 

“Verily, men have gathered an army to attack you, so fear them”. (QS. Al-Imran: 137).

 

i.e. after they gained victory at Uhud then the situation turned around and the Ouraisy began to counterattack the Muslims from behind the mountain under the leadership of Khalid ibnul-Waliid who was then still a disbeliever. Then they (the Prophet SAW. and the Companions) said :

 

“Alluh is our helper, and Alluh is the best of protectors. So they returned with favors and gifts from Allah, they had not suffered any calamity, they followed the pleasure of Allah. And Allah has great mercy” (QS. Ali-lmran: 174)

 

He said: “Likewise, the one who thinks about it will receive pleasure from Allah in the form of glory in his religion in this world and the hereafter, and will protect him from things that he does not want, including difficulties, trials and calamities.”

 

The verses related to dhikr are the words of Al. lah Ta’ala :

 

“And whoever puts his trust in Allah, Allah will provide for him. Indeed, Allah carries out His (intended) affairs. Indeed, Allah has made provision for every thing” (QS. At-Thalag: 3).

 

“Then say: “Allah is sufficient for me; there is no Lord but Him. Only to Him do I put my trust, and He is the Lord of the Great Throne”. (QS. At Taubah: 129).

 

“If they were truly content with what Allah and the Messenger of Nyu have given them and said : “Allah is sufficient for us” (QS. At Taubah: 59).

 

“And if they intend to deceive you, then surely Allah is your refuge. It is He who strengthens you with His help and with the mu’min”. (QS. Al Anfaal: 62).

 

“Those who convey the messages of Allah, they fear Him, and they fear none but Allah. And Allah is sufficient as a reckoner” (QS. Al-Ahzaab: 39: .

 

“O Prophet, let Allah be a Protector for you and those of you who follow you”. (QS. Al-Anfaal: 64). 

 

The hadiths related to dhikr mentioned above are

 

THE WEARINESS OF GABRIEL A.S.

 

“In a hadith narrated by Abu Hurairah r.a. from the Prophet s.a.w. that he had said to Archangel Gabriel a.s.: “O Gabriel. you who are known to have strength, have you ever felt tired?” Jibril a.s. replied: “Oh yes, I have felt tired three (3) times, namely :

 

First: “When Prophet Ibrahim a.s. was thrown into the fire. Allah had revealed to me that I should pursue him. and at that time I was under the Throne. Allah said: By My Might and Majesty, if he had preceded being thrown into the fire, I would have blotted out your name from the list of angels. Then I immediately went down after him and found him between the fire and the air: “O Ibrahim, do you need me?” He said: “I have no need of you”.

 

Two: “When Prophet Ibrahim a.s. was commanded to slaughter his son Ismail, Allah revealed to me to pursue him. Allah said: “By My Might and Majesty, if Ibrahim’s knife had reached Ismail’s throat, I would have blotted your name from the list of angels. So immediately I descended, and I changed the knife with the ransom of his son, namely, a kibash (sheep).

 

Third: “When the Prophet Joseph a.s. was thrown into an old well Allah had revealed to me that I should chase him (not to fall into the well) Allah said, “By my might and majesty, if he had preceded to the bottom of the well, I would have deleted your name from the list of angels”. iyiaka I immediately went down and chased ja in the air, and I lifted the big stone that was at the bottom of the well to hold the Prophet Joseph so as not to fall to the bottom. Finally I brought him down safely and I felt very tired. The well was a den of small and large snakes.

 

When the snakes felt the stone’s weight, each one said to his companion: “Be careful that no one moves, for a noble Prophet has descended around us”. So not a single snake came out of its nest, except that a large male snake had come out with the intention of biting the Prophet Joseph a.s.

 

Immediately, the snakes screamed, causing them to become deaf until the Day of Judgment.

 

Hasan al-Bashri reported that he said: “There is a congregation that can be emulated in their religious activities, which is in the habit of reading at the end of each of their prayers :

 

They say that by reciting it, they receive providence and sustenance. I think it is because they read His words:  “to Him I put my trust”.

 

It has also been explained:

 

(And whoever puts his trust in Allah, Allah will provide for him).

 

Prophet Ibrahim a.s. was thrown into the fire by King Namrud: It has been narrated that King Namrud and his people when they were about to throw Al Khalil a.s. into the fire, they had come to him and lifted him to the top of the building in a state tied to Almanjanig (a large catapult-like tool for throwing spears). Then the heavens and the earth and all their inhabitants consisting of angels and others, except for humans and jinn, cried out with a cry: “O our Lord, Your Khalil Ibrahim was thrown into the fire, and there will be no one who worships You except him. So let us help him”.

 

Then Allah says: “Verily he is My khalil (beloved) and I have no khalil besides him. I am his Lord, and he has no Lord besides Me. If he asks you for help, or calls you, then give him help. I have permitted him to do so and if he asks no other than Me, then I know it, so leave him with Me and I will take care of him.

 

When the people of Narnrud were about to throw him into the fire, the keeper of the water came to him saying: “If you, Ibrahim, had willed it, I would have put out the fire”. The guardian of the wind also came to him and said: “If you had wanted it Ibrahim, I would have blown the fire into the air”. So the Prophet Ibrahim a.s. said: “I do not need any of that from you. Allah is for me the best of helpers and the best of protectors.

 

It has been narrated from Ubay bin Ka’bin that Prophet Ibrahim a.s.. when he was bound and thrown into the fire, he said :

 

There is no God but You. Glory be to You, O Lord of the Sustainer of the universe. to You is all praise, and to You is the Kingdom with no partner. Then the Prophet Ibrahim. a.s. was thrown by manjanig into the ap, then he was greeted by the Angel Gabriel a.s. saying : “Hi, Ibrahim, do you want me?”. Ibrahim a.s. said: “If to you, then I have no desire”. So Jibril a.s. said. “Ask your Lord!”. Then Ibrahim said: “Allah is the best referee of my supplication. He is All-knowing of my situation.

 

Abid Dardaa’ (RA) reported that the Prophet (SAW) said: “Whoever says every day 7x

 

If they turn away (from faith). then say: “Allah is sufficient for me; there is no Lord but Him. To Him alone do I put my trust, and He is the Lord of the Great Throne.” Allah will free him from sorrow in the Hereafter and in this world, whether he believes in it or not.

 

SAW said: “Hasbialloohu wa ni’mal wakil” is a security for the one who feels fear). (HR. Shaddand bin Aus)

 

The Prophet (SAW) said: “When you all get a heavy (big) task, then say :

 

Allah is our Helper and Allah is the best of protectors. (QS. Al-Imran: 173)

 

Ibn Abid-dunia has narrated in the “Kitah Alfaraju”, according to the method taken by Al-Khalil bin Murrah from Fagiyyah resident of Al-Lirdun, it has reached him that the Messenger of Allah (SAW) when he got a sense of grief or distress, he said :

 

Sufficient is Allah my Lord of the servants, Sufficient for me is the Creator of the creatures. Sufficient for me is the Giver of sustenance. of the creatures that are given sustenance. Sufficient for me is the One who protects me. Sufficient for me is Allah, of whom there is no god but Him. To Him I put my trust and He is the One who has the Great Throne.

 

Abu Dawud has narrated in “Assunan” from ‘Auf bin Malik r.a. that the Prophet SAW. had decided a case between 2 (two) men. After they left, one of them said:

 

“Verily, Allah does not reproach weakness, but you should work slowly but surely, and if you encounter difficulty in a matter, say:  Allah is for me the best of helpers and protectors. Al-Imam Annawawi has said:

 

Al-Kaysu is gentleness ma ‘nanya let you work gently (carefully) so that you are able to work continuously.

 

pari Abi Dzaar ra. he has said that the Apostle of Allah SAW. once recited this verse:

 

“Whoever fears Allah, He will surely make for him a way out. And give him sustenance from a direction he did not expect. And whoever puts his trust in Allah, Allah will provide for him”. (QS. Ath Thalag: 2-3).

 

Then he said: “O Aba Dharr, if all people were to utilize this verse, it would suffice them). (This was quoted by the author of the Book of Alfaraju after he had been tempted. This is what Ash-sharji said in his Fawaid).

 

RULES:

 

Regarding affection, His words:

 

The efficacy of this verse is to foster compassion in those who turn away from those who are belittled. And it is also useful to prevent oneself from being deceived by evil people. “Whoever recites it in the middle of the Friday night 30 x and ends each recitation with the words :

 

O Allah, O my Lord, you are my helper over so-and-so bint so-and-so, or so-and-so bint so-and-so. soften his heart with compassion, and subdue him before me), surely Allah will soften his heart with compassion and subdue him before you. (Try it!!!) 

 

Al Jaisyi said in Kitab al Barakah, after obtaining the hadith: “First you should make a habit of reciting it, Ya said: “Ibn Shaif Alyamani said: “Let a person attribute a quarter of his worship to the recitation of the Qur’an with His words:

 

He said: “Because worship other than these two requires the presence of the heart and correct belief. And according to information. that the recitation of the Qur’an is a great approach to Allah. whether understood or not. As for the one who recites it, according to information, Allah SWT. will fulfill all his “important needs, whether he asks for it truthfully or falsely (not truly).

 

THE STORY OF THE PROPHET YUSUF DA. THE KING OF EGYPT.

 

Al Baghawi has narrated in his tafsir that after the Prophet Yusuf a.s. came out of prison, a messenger of the King came to him, and asked the Prophet Yusuf to appear before the King. Before leaving the prison, he stood for a long time in front of the door, while praying for his family with the words :

 

“O Allah, soften the hearts of those who are kind to them (their families). And do not spread news about them, for they are the ones who know best about their own situation in every corner of the country”.

 

When Prophet Yusuf a.s. came out of prison, he wrote on the door of the prison: “THIS IS THE BURIAL OF THE LIVING PEOPLE, THE HOME OF THE LIVING FRIENDS, AND THE HOME OF THE LIVING FRIENDS””.

 

Then he took a bath, cleansed himself of the dirt that had stuck to him due to his long imprisonment, and changed into clean clothes and went to the King.

 

Wahab said: “When the Prophet Yuasuf a.s. stood at the door of the King’s palace, he prayed as follows:

 

“Sufficient for me is my Lord from my world. Sufficient for me is the Lord of His creation. Mighty is His protection Glorious is the praise above His Essence and there is no God (worthy of worship) besides Him”. Then, Prophet Yusuf a.s. entered the palace to face the King while saying :

 

“O Allah. verily I ask You for Your favor from the king’s favor, and I seek refuge with You from his evil and from the evil of those around him”.

 

As for the words of the salaf scholars, it is narrated from Ma’ruf Alkurkhi r.a. that he said to Muhammad ibn Hisaan: “Would you like me to teach you ten sentences: 5 for your worldly affairs, and 5 for your hereafter?”. Whoever prays with these words will have Allah’s mercy showered upon him. Muhammad bin Hisaan said: “I said to Ma’ruf Alkurkhi r.a.: “Write it down for me!”. He said: “No, but I will recite them over and over again for you, just as he repeated for Abubakar bin Kharrus (may Allah have mercy on him) the following :

 

“Sufficient for me is Allah, the Great, as a helper or my religion, Sufficient for me is Allah, the Merciful, as a helper for my worldly affairs. Sufficient for me is Allah, the Most Generous, as a helper for my interests. Sufficient for me is Allah, the Mighty, as a helper over those who do me harm. Sufficient for me is Allah, the Merciful, as the helper of those who would do me harm. Sufficient for me is Allah, the Merciful, as a helper when I face death. Sufficient for me is Allah, the Most Merciful, as a helper when I face problems in the grave, sufficient for me is Allah, the Most Gracious, as a helper when I face hisaab. Sufficient for me is Allah, the Merciful, as a helper when I face the scales of deeds. Sufficient for me is Allah, the Almighty, as a helper when I cross the shiraat. Sufficient for me is Allah, of whom there is no god but He, in whom I put my trust, and He is the Lord of the Great Throne.” The author said: “Know that the saying ( ) is .

 

“I am content with His decree and destiny, I leave my affairs to Him and I protect myself to Him”.

 

Allah the Gracious has said in His Great Book:

 

If they are truly content with what Allah and His Messenger have given them and say: ( ). as has been: narrated about N. Ibrahim a.s. when it has been narrated about N. fbrahim a.s. when it has been tied to Al Manjanig, he said : ‘

 

(Sufficient for me is Allah as a helper). It is one of the greatest of prayers, and he was tested with it when Jibril a.s. pursued him and said: “Do you desire me, Ibrahim?”. He said: “If it is to you, then I have no desire”.

 

It was the faithfulness of Prophet Ibrahim a.s. to his words: ( ) Therefore Allah has informed about Prophet Ibrahim a.s. with His words:   (and the sheets of Ibrahim a.s. who perfected his promise) (QS. An Najmu: 37)

 

i.e. in connection, with his speech:   According to narrations Allah SWT. has revealed to Prophet Dawud a.s. as follows: .

 

“No servant takes refuge in Me without seeking help from My creatures, then if the inhabitants of the heavens and the earth deceive him, I will give him a way out”.

 

Some of them said: “If you are pleased with Allah as your protector, then you will find a way to every virtue”.

 

Sayyiduna Abdullah bin Alwi Al Haddad said:

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He has said: “Sufficient for me is Allah, the Lord of the Throne, who knows the hidden and the manifest. Therefore surrender to. You will be safe”.

 

“Do not make excuses, for you will regret And be content with even the bitter gadha, surely you will be saved from disaster”. Al Imam Ja’far Ash Shadig said: “I wonder at a person who has been tested with four things but forgets four things:

 

  1. A person who is tested with an illness forgets that the cure is to say:

 

“O my Lord, indeed I have been afflicted with a disease, and You are the Most Merciful of all merciful”. (QS. Al Anbiyaa’ : 83).

 

“So We answered his call, and We removed the sickness that was in him”. (QS. Al Anbiyaa’: 83).

 

  1. I wonder at the person who feels fear from something, he forgets how to dispel it with speech:

 

“Sufficient for me is Allah, the best of helpers and protectors”.

 

Allah Ta’ala says:

 

“So they returned with favors and bounties from Allah, following the pleasure of Allah”. (QS. Ali Innran: 174).

 

  1. I wonder at the one who is deceived, he forgets how to avoid it by saying : .

 

“And I leave my affairs in the hands of Allah, Verily, Allah sees His slaves”. (QS. Al Mu’minun: 44). Allah Almighty says:

 

“So Allah preserved him from the evil of their deceit”. (@S. Al Mu’minun: 45).

 

  1. I wonder at those who have received favors from Allah and fear that they will be lost, how to maintain them, namely with speech:

 

“It is indeed by the will of Allah that all is realized, and there is no power except with the help of Allah”. (QS. Al Kahfi: 39).

 

Allah Ta’ala says:

 

“And you did not say when you entered your garden “Massyaa Allah, laa guwwata illa billaah”. Surely it is by the will of Allah that all this is realized, and there is no power except through the help of Allah”. (QS. Al Kahfi: 39).

 

Such is the sunnatullah Ta’ala for the one who believes in Allah’s protection, and he does not surrender in all his affairs except to Allah SWT.

 

In some books it is also mentioned: “I wonder at the one who is afflicted with hardship and grief, how he removes it by saying :

 

“That there is no God but You. Glory be to You. Indeed, I am of the wrongdoers” (QS. Al Anbiya’: 87).

 

“We have answered his prayer and saved him from grief, and thus We save those who believe” (QS. Al Anbiyaa’: 88).

 

In the hadith of Oudsi, from Abu Hurairah r.a. from the Prophet SAW. he has said :

 

No one speaks in the cradle except for three people, namely: Isa son of Maryam, the friend of Jariij and the baby being breastfed by his mother. He had passed by a Jariyuh who was being beaten by a mob with shouts of: “He fornicates, he steals” while the Jariyuh kept saying:     (Sufficient for me is Allah, He is the best of helpers).

 

Then the mother of the baby prayed: “O Allah, do not make my baby like him”. The baby stopped suckling and looked at his mother’s face and prayed: “O Allah, make me like him”. (Al Hadith)

 

THE DHIKR OF THE TEN

 

GREAT FAIDAH

 

This ten (10) wirid dhikr has been practiced by the zuhud servants of Allah. And it is said that this wirid is included in the category of activities of the abdaal (saints). Whoever makes it a habit to recite them every day after the morning and evening prayers will be freed by Allah from grief, whether he really believes in them or not.

 

How great is the benefit. It has been tried by the pious, and it turns out that they have obtained blessings, good fortune, ease of sustenance, release from sorrow, preservation of themselves from the deceit of man, from magic, from the jinn, from the devil, preservation of themselves from calamities to the soul, family, property, as well as for the spaciousness of the chest, the fragrance of the naina, obtaining nur in the grave etc. which are infinite in the life of this world and the hereafter.

 

THE TEN DHIKR ARE:

 

  1. “In the name of Allah, the Most Merciful, the Most Merciful.” ……………….. (100 x)

 

  1. “Praise be to Allah, Lord of the universe”……………….(100x)

 

  1. “O Allah, bestow mercy and well-being upon Nat, Muhammad (PBUH) and his family.” ……….. (100x)

 

  1. “There is no god but Allah Muhammad is the messenger of Allah”. …………….. (100x)

 

  1. “Glory be to Allah and all praise be to Him, Glory be to Allah, the Great”……………… (100 x)

 

  1. “I seek forgiveness from Allah, the Great, and I repent to Him”. ……..(100 x)

 

  1. “O Allah, I ask You that I may do good, forsake evil, and love the poor, and that I may be forgiven and blessed.”…………(100 x)

 

  1. “Say He is Allah the One (until the end of the letter)”…………….. (100x)

 

  1. “Allah is for us the best of helpers and the best of protectors” ………

…. (100 x)

 

  1. “O Allah, bestow mercy and well-being upon our lord Muhammad. The ummi prophet and on the family of Muhammad”………… (3x)

 

(EXPLANATION THAT FAITH, IT INCREASES AND DECREASES)

 

Al Imam Baidhawi said about the words of Allah in the previous verse ( ) that they (the Companions) did not heed the warnings of the disbelievers and did not feel weak, rather with this verse the Muslims’ belief in Allah remained firm, and their faith increased. Therefore, they have born the spirit of Islamic courage with full sincerity.

 

This is clear evidence that faith can increase and decrease. This has been confirmed by the words of Ibn Umar r.a. :

 

“we said: “O Messenger of Allah, does faith increase and decrease? He said: “Yes, it increases until those concerned enter heaven, and decreases until those concerned enter hell. Allah’s Word:

 

“And when a Surah is revealed, some of them (the hypocrites) say : “Which of you will increase in faith by the revelation of this Surah? As for those who believe, the Surah increases their faith, and they rejoice; and as for those in whose hearts there is disbelief, the Surah increases their disbelief in addition to their existing disbelief, and they die in a state of disbelief.” (OS At Taubat: 124-125).

 

It has been narrated from Ibn Mas’ud r.a. that he said (“Verily, dhikr will grow faith in the heart, just as water will grow vegetables.”).

 

In: in AL Bukhari about Kirabul aman is speech. deeds, increase and decrease, or is fardhu. shari’ah, law, sunnah and love for Allah and anger for AHah are included in faith.

 

Ibn Majah has narrated from a hadith about faith: “Belief in the heart. Verbal profession and practice of all the pillars”.

 

The Prophet (SAW) said: “Whoever commits a sin will have a black spot in his heart, and if he repents, his heart will be smooth. And if he does not repent, then the spots increase until his heart becomes black. That is the filth as Allah says : ..

 

“It is not so, but that which they seek to close their hearts” (Al Muthaffifiin: 14).

 

In a hadith it is explained that :

 

Verily, faith will appear like a shiny white spot in the heart, then it will increase so that the heart will become all white. And the trait of nifaq will appear like a black spot, then it will increase so that the spot will become all black”.

 

The ularna said: “Faith increases by making a habit of doing good deeds with sincerity. As for the trait of nifag (we seek refuge in Allah), it will increase because of committing sins or bad deeds such as leaving the obligatory and violating what Allah SWT has forbidden.

 

Al Imam An Nawawi has quoted from Sahih Al Bukhari, the Prophet’s words: “Whoever delivers a corpse with faith and awareness and he stays with him until he prays for him until he finishes burying him, he will be rewarded with 2 (two) giraath, each giraath is as big as Mount Uhud. And whoever prays for him, then leaves before burying the body, then he will only get the reward of one giraath.

 

15TH DHIKR AND ITS COMMENTARY

 

After Sayyiduna Umar finished the important dhikr, he then brought the dhikr with which all wishes and aspirations will be achieved and all sins forgiven, namely the blessings and peace upon the chosen Prophet (SAW). He said:

 

YA A,LAH BESTOW MERCY UPON MUHAMMAD A ALLAH BESTOW MERCY AND SAFETY UPON HIM. (11x)

 

Ash-Shaykh ‘Ali said: “Praying upon the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) is one of the main approaches and the highest station.”

 

Salah from Allah Ta’ala is a blessing accompanied by honor and well-being. And this virtue, and other great virtues, are given by Allah to a person who invokes the blessings of the Prophet (SAW) with sincere intentions out of love for the SAW with a request to Allah to glorify him, have mercy on him, honor him, and elevate his status according to the texts of the knowledgeable Imams such as Imam Ash-Sha’rani.

 

He (Ash-Shaykh ‘Ali) said: “I heard from our Shaykh Sayyidina ‘Umar that he said: “There is nothing wrong with reciting the salawat alone, plus ( ), and if it is in congregation, then the nature of the salawat is what is stated here. Shaykh ‘Ali said: “If a person is going to recite this Raatib alone, he should add ( ) to it:

 

Then he said: “As for the salawat, it was prescribed to be eleven times, so as to make the “secret of peculiarity” appear and in general as a symbol of “oneness”. We begin by mentioning the virtues of the salawat upon the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) and its great benefits as explained by the verses of the Holy Qur’an and the saheeh hadiths.

 

THE FIRST CHAPTER EXPLAINS EVERYTHING. A LITTLE ABOUT THE VIRTUES AND SPECIALTIES OF PEACE BE UPON HIM,

 

You should know that the one who comes to explain his virtues and spread his character is like the one who comes to dive into a rough sea, or to count the sand that is piled up, or like the one who comes to keep it all in his care. So it is not permissible for him to take only what he can afford, and not to leave a little for fear of not getting much.

 

This is for the one who takes the time to write (compose) with all his efforts and abilities. But all these efforts, which are limited, are still praiseworthy and are rewarded by earning degrees for their deeds . .

 

“And if I praise Muhammad with my qasidah, then my qasidah will be praised because of Muhammad”. The verses of the Qur’an that relate to this are the words of Allah:

 

“Muhammad is the messenger of Allah, and those who are with him are hard on the disbelievers, but compassionate to one another: you see them bowing and prostrating themselves seeking the bounty of Allah and His pleasure, and their marks appear on their faces, thorns from prostration” (Al Fath: 29).

 

“And he did not utter it (the Qur’an) according to the whim of his passions. It is nothing but a revelation revealed to him”. (QS. An Najm: 3-4).

 

“What the Messenger gives you, accept, and what he forbids you, leave”. (QS. Al Hasyr: 7).

 

“Who sees you when you stand up (for prayer) and (also sees) the changes in your movements among those who prostrate themselves”. (QS. Ash Shu’raa’ : 218-219).

 

“Indeed We have given you a clear victory”. (QS. Al Fath: 1). .

 

“Whoever obeys the Messenger has indeed obeyed Allah”. (QS. An Nisa: 80).

 

“Have We not made your breasts easy for you, and We have removed from you your burdens?”. (QS. Al Insyirah: 1-2).

 

“O Prophet, We have sent you to be a witness, and a bearer of glad tidings and a warner, and to be a caller to the religion of Allah with His permission, and to be an illuminating light”.) (QS. Al Ahzaab: 45-46).

 

“Behold, there has come to you an apostle from among your own people, heavy with grief for you, desirous (of faith and salvation) for you, very compassionate, merciful to the believers”. (QS. At Taubat: 128)

 

The hadiths of the Prophet Muhammad SAW. related to it are as follows:

 

The Prophet (SAW) said: “I am the leader of the children of Adam, and I do not boast. Adam and others will be under my banner on the Day of Resurrection. I am the first to intercede and be interceded for. I am the first to split the baby of the earth and I am the owner of the “praiseworthy position” ( ) and the pool (Kautsar) that is surrounded. I am the possessor of alwasiilah which is a degree in Heaven that is not given except to someone, and I hope that someone is me.

 

I will enter Paradise before the Prophets, and my ununat will enter Paradise before other nations. Most of my Ummah, both the first and the last, will be residents of Paradise. Someone from my Ummah will enter Paradise with his intercession like Rabi’ah and Mudhar. I will continue to give intercession until the fire of hell says: “O Muhammad. have you not left a benchmark part of your ummah 2.

 

My Ummah, their charity is the least, their lifespan is the shortest, their reward for charity is the greatest. This is the bounty that Allah has bestowed upon me and my Ummah.” (Hadith Masyhur).

 

The Prophet Muhammad SAW. is a creature of Allah SWT. the most important of all, because he is the ralumat basi of all nature. Mrs. Abbus ra. has said: “It has been said SAW. : “The prophets iru have an animal that (made from cmnas. scdang they sit on it, except aninaloarhka aka not sit on it. I leave it so Naa.

 

I stood upright before my Lord, for I feared that I would soon be admitted to heaven, while my people would be left behind me. I said: “Yu Allah yer Dulhankau, unimatku oo… oummatku LL… Then Allah Yans: The Most Beginning, The Most Great said: “What do you want me to do?” Nku said: “Ja Allah. O my Lord, hasten the judgment upon them”.

 

So I continued to give shata’at so that the people who had actually been sent to hell, were returned to him. until the Angel Maalik the guardian of hell said: “O Muhammad, you have not spared for the fire of hell and for the wrath of your Lord”.

 

The Prophet (SAW) said: “Verily, I will give syafa’at on the Day of Resurrection to those who are on the earth more than the number of rocks and dry land”.

 

The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said: “That day I wore jewelry from heaven, then I stood on the right side of the ‘Throne’ no one from the creatures occupied that rank except me”.

 

Ibn Abbas r.a. said: “Some of the companions of the Messenger of Allah (SAW) were sitting waiting for him. Then he came out and approached them. Suddenly he heard that they were holding mudzakarah. Some of them said: “It is amazing that Allah SWT. has appointed from His creatures a khalil (close friend) He appointed Ibrahim a.s. as Khalil. Others said: “Even more marvelous is the speech of Moses, whom Allah spoke to with perfect speech”. Another said: “So Isa is the anointed of Allah who was given a spirit by His permission”. And another said: “Adam is the choice of Allah”. Then the Messenger of Allah (SAW) came to them and said: “

 

“I have heard your talk and your admiration Verily Abraham is Khalilullah and so he is. And indeed Moses was Najiullah (the one whom Allah saved, and so he was. And verily Isa is Ruuhullah wa kalimatuh, (the one to whom Allah gave the spirit and His decree) and so is he. And verily Adam was a shafiullah (Allah’s chosen one) and so, he was.”

 

Know that I am the habbibullah (lover of Allah) I do not boast, and I am the liwaaa ‘ulhamdi (banner of glory) on the Day of Resurrection. I do not boast. And I am the first to give syafa’at and the first to be given syafa’at on the Day of Resurrection, I do not boast. And I am the one who moves the bell of the door of heaven… then Allah opens it for me and I enter therein with the poor of the mu’minin, I do not boast.

 

I am the noblest of the early and the late, and I do not boast”.

 

( ) Abi Hurairah (may Allah be pleased with him) reported that he said: “A man asked: “O Messenger of Allah, when did you become a Prophet?”. He said.

 

He said: “When Adam (was still in the process of being created) between the spirit and the body”, (Reported by At-Turmudzi as Sahih).

 

Some scholars said: “The mind is essentially one, but it has two sides: one side in the form of its occurrence, which is the mind that unites the mu’min and the disbeliever and is called ( ) or the mind of life. The second is in the form of morals, which is the mind that is unique to the mu’min and is called ( )or the mind that is based on guidance. Then if the mind is endowed with understanding, it will become wiser, if it is endowed with knowledge, it will become wiser, if it is endowed with wisdom, it will become wiser, and if it is endowed with ma’rifah, it will become wiser, and if it is revealed to it hagigah. If he is granted the perfection of tawhid, he will become even wiser, and if he is granted guardianship, he will become even wiser, and if he is granted the rank of Sufi, he will become even wiser, and if he is made a Prophet, he will become even wiser.

 

And the Prophet Muhammad was the wisest of all. In “Kitab Al “Awarif” some scholars have explained from Ibn Manhab that he said: “It has been explained in 70 books, that all the minds given to man, from the existence of the world until the destruction of the world, if aligned with the mind of the Prophet Muhammad SAW. like a grain of sand is in the middle of all the sand in the world.

 

The scholars said: “The Messenger of Allah (SAW) has been sent to all the nations of mankind and the nations of jinn. and there will be no Prophet after him until the Day of Resurrection, and the scholars of his Ummah (SAW) are on the same level as the Prophets of the Children of Israel and Allah SWT. has helped the Prophet (SAW) with clear miracles.

 

Anas r.a. reported that he said: “The Messenger of Allah (SAW) fell asleep for a while, then he raised his head and smiled”. The companions asked: “Why did he laugh?”. He said: “A verse was revealed to me, then he recited:        until it was finished. Then he said: “Do you know what Al Kautsar is?” They said: “Allah and His Messenger know better”. He said: “Al Kautsar is a river that Allah has promised me in heaven. It contains a great deal of goodness, a pool that my Ummah will come to on the Day of Judgment, its vessels are as many as the number of stars in the sky.”

 

Anas r.a. said: “The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said: “When I was walking in heaven, suddenly I was in a river. Both banks of the river were hollow pearls”. I said: “O Gabriel, what is this?”. Jibril a.s. said: “This is AL KAUTSAR” which Allah has given to the Lord”. (Al Hadith).

 

Jabir r.a. reported: “The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said: “The fire of Hell will not touch a Muslim who has seen me or one who has seen me.” (Reported by At Turmudzi)

 

From “Aisha r.a. she has said: “It was the Prophet (SAW) who said and his words are saheeh: “A Prophet will not be deprived of his life until he sees his place in heaven. then he lives or chooses”. After (the revelation), he fainted while his head was on my lap, then he came to his senses and fixed his gaze on the roof of the house. Then he prayed: ( ) “O Allah, meet me with “Ar Rafiq Al “Alaa” (the highest companion)”. I said: “Then he did not choose us, and I know that the hadith that he spoke to us about is saheeh, and that was the last sentence that he spoke”.

 

(Reported by three hadith narrators and Turmudzi). (Note: ” is the Prophets who occupy the highest place).

 

MU’JIZAT NABI MUHAM AD SAW.

 

The undeniable miracles of the Prophet (SAW) are: “His truthfulness in all that he brought: the splitting of the moon into two parts: the rock greeting him: and the tree walking towards him”.

 

Shahibul Burdah said:

 

“The trees have come to fulfill his call in prostration -they walk with -their trunks without legs. Among his miracles too.

 

  1. A baby could speak to him, a monitor lizard testified to his apostleship. The moaning of a tree until it was heard by the people in the mosque. Giving a stick to some of his companions, then it became a sword. The thirst of the Islamic army so he immersed his hand in a little water, then water came out of the cracks of his fingers then they all drank until satisfied. It is said that there were 1500 of them.

 

b One of his companions brought food to him – on a tray, and he called the people together to eat until they were all full. Then they went home and it is said that there were 1500 people or more.

 

The announcement of the unseen that has happened in the past and in the future, and that which he announced came to pass without any loss or gain.

 

His noble character. Some scholars said: “Whoever pays attention to his character, nobility, beauty and nobleness, he will know and recognize that these are all “Miracles from Allah SWT.” which cannot be possessed by ordinary people. Because these are the special features that Allah has given him and not given to any other human being before him.

 

THE PROPHET’S CHARACTER AS A MU’JIZAT

 

The Prophet (SAW) said: “Verily I have been sent to perfect noble character”. A scholar has said: “Know that the people who are clever, narrate the beauty of the noble character of Nahi SAW. which is the greatest and undoubted mu’jizat of the Prophet SAW.”.

 

The Prophet (SAW) said: “Verily my Lord has offered me to make the desert of Mecca golden”. I said. “No. O my Lord, let me be hungry for a day and full for a day. As for the day I am hungry, then I will pray and humble myself before You, and as for the day I am full. I will be grateful and praise You”.

 

Masruuq has narrated from “Aisha r.a., who said: “I said: “O Messenger of Allah, did you not ask Allah to feed you?”. She (Aisha) said: “I cried when I saw him hungry”. He said: “O ‘Ā’ishah, by Dhar in whose hand I am. If I had asked my Lord to make the mountains of the world into gold for me, He would have created it for me from this part of the earth. But I chose the hunger of the world over its satiety and the poverty of the world over its wealth and its sorrow over its joy.

 

“O ‘Ā’ishah, verily this world is not fit for Muhammad Jan the family of Muhammad. O ‘Ā’ishah: Verily, Allah is not pleased with me except that which has been enjoined upon me, like that which has been enjoined upon them.” He said: “So be patient (O ‘Ā’ishah) like the patience of the Ulul ‘Azmi of the messengers (the messengers who suffered the most). By Allah I will not turn away from obeying Him, by Allah I will be patient with all my efforts, and there is no strength except with the help of Allah fa’ala.

 

THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PROPHET, BOTH PHYSICAL AND MORAL.

 

The scholars said: “As long as they notice an inscription on the attributes of the Prophet (PBUH) physically in a house, it will be saved by Allah from theft, fire and flooding. And as long as the writing is on a person, he will be saved from the injustice of the ruler, the tricks of the shaytaan and his house will be filled with an atmosphere of joy”.

 

The characteristics of the Prophet SAW. physically are : him

  “white as the moon”

 

   “his eyes are very black and deliberate” (wide)

 

  “Long eyelashes

 

  “Her face is glowing,

 

  “She has a beautiful nose.”

 

“He has a round face, a long chin, a broad forehead and a thick beard.”

 

“His belly and chest are the same (flat), his shoulders are large, his bones are strong, his upper arms are strong, and his lower arms are strong.”

 

“the palms of his hands and the soles of his feet are broad”

 

“long fingers”

 

“when the Prophet (PBUH) did not wear a robe his body shone clearly”.

 

“fine belly hair lines”

 

“He was neither too tall nor too short, but if a tall person walked with him, the Prophet (PBUH) would still be taller than him.”

 

“her hair is like it’s always been combed” – .

 

“His hair is not straight and not curly at all, and when he smiles almost laughing, it is like lightning that radiates, and when he the Prophet (PBUH) speaks, it looks like water coming out of the gaps in his teeth.”

 

“His neck is like a jug made of silver, when viewed from afar he appears the most beautiful of all humans, and when viewed up close. he appears the sweetest and most handsome of mercenaries. It was as if the sun was in his face, and his face glistened like the full moon. Whoever looks at him before associating with him will feel reluctant and if he associates with him, he will fall in love with him”.

 

Regarding the noble character of the Prophet (SAW), we will describe it briefly, because no one can count the sands or draw the attractions of the ocean. The words of Allah Ta’ala to His noble prophet:

 

‘And you are truly of great character’.” (QS. Al GlQalam: 4).

 

Allah’s Word:

 

Say: “He believes in all that is good for you, he believes in Allah, he believes in the mu’min, and he is a mercy to those who believe among you”. (QS. At Taubat: 61).

 

“So it is by the mercy of Allah that you are gentle with them”. (QS. Ali Imran: 159).

 

“Be you forgiving and enjoin people to do what is right and turn away from those who are foolish”. (Al A’raaf: 199).

 

The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said: “When this verse was revealed :

 

I asked Jibril a.s. about its meaning. Then Jibril a.s. said: “Verily, Allah has commanded you to reconnect with those who cut you off, to give to those who would not give to you, to forgive those who wronged you, and to do good to those who wronged you”.

 

This is the character of the Prophets a.s. and whoever emulates them is one of the saints. And when the Prophet (pbuh) was at the battle of Uhud and got injured his jaw was fractured and blood flowed from his noble face, someone said to him: “Don’t you pray to destroy them (infidel Ouraisy)?”. He stood up and prayed:

 

” (O Allah, guide my people, surely they do not know). And there were others who said to him: “Do you not pray for the destruction of the people who often disturb you?”. He said:

 

“I was not sent to be a curser, but I was sent as a bearer of mercy”.

 

The Prophet said: “Verily, the person whom I love the most and whose seat will be closest to me on the Day of Resurrection is the one who has the best manners among you .

 

And good manners will melt mistakes, like the sun melts frozen snow. The good manners, according to the scholars, are: “Not being disruptive. Bright face (friendly), generous, caring for others. patience. forgiveness. always do good, humble, compassionate, merciful, noble self. shy of doing what is prohibited by religion: caution, giving advice, maintaining a sense of brotherhood, light hand to help fellow human beings, especially Muslims, and so on from the morals of the Prophet Muhammad.” “

 

THE MORALS OF THE APOSTLE OF ALLAH, PEACE BE UPON HIM.

 

The Messenger of Allah (SAW) was the most patient, the most gracious, and the most shy of human beings. He was more shy than a pingitan girl. He was the most open-minded, the most correct in his speech, the most gentle in his speech, always cheerful. His character was noble and friendly, not rude, not cruel, did not like to speak loudly in front of people, did not speak dirty, did not like to revile and did not like to praise.

 

He would answer the call of those who called him and would accept gifts, even if they were simple foods, and would eat them and reward those who gave them to him.

 

He was angry for the sake of Allah and not for his own sake; he liked to joke with his companions and mingle with them; he loved their little children; he held them in his lap and joked with them.

 

He answered the call of a male servant, a female servant and a poor person. He visited people who were sick, even though it was far away, he walked even though he had eye pain He asked the people around him about their situation, and he also gave people the opportunity to sit with him to look at his face, he also considered his seatmates the same, no one was nobler than the others (meaning the same degree) Whoever has a desire to him. told him to be patient until or. other people go home first. And there are many more, the morals of the Prophet Muhammad SAW. which certainly cannot be written all here.

 

Our intention in this chapter is none other than to seek the blessings of a brief description of the virtues of salawat (blessing) upon the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him), who is a giver of glad tidings, a warner, an encourager, and a reminder of the many virtues and great rewards described in the wisdom of the Qur’an and the hadiths. The verses are:

 

Allah’s Word:

 

“Verily, Allah and His angels make salutations for the Prophet. O you who believe, bless the Prophet and greet him with peace”. (Al Ahzaab: 56).

 

“That all of you may believe in Allah and His Messenger and strengthen His religion. And glorify Him in the morning and in the evening” (O.S. Al Fath: 9).

 

How beautiful is a deed that is started by the Essence of Allah SWT. followed by His Angels who glorify His holiness and are encouraged to His believing servants. And they are rewarded with His prayer (His mercy) and they are also given His great glory.

 

Praying for the Prophet is obligatory and not valid without reciting salawat for him. Allah, the Almighty, has aligned His asma’ with his name, and Allah’s asma’ is not mentioned unless His Prophet is also mentioned. That is what is meant by His words :

 

“We have elevated for you your names. (9.S. Al Insyirah: 4).

 

Allah has made it obligatory for us to send blessings upon His prophet, whenever his name is mentioned. And failing to send blessings upon him is a loss (vanity).

 

Ash-Shaugie quoted in his Fawaid from al-Qoodhi Majduddin Ash-Shiraazee in Ash-Salaat wal Busyraa: It says that a man complained to some of the scholars about having difficulty sleeping. The scholar said to him: “When you go to sleep, recite the words of Allah :

 

As for the hadeeth from the righteous, it has been mentioned by Al Imam Ats Tsa’labi in his Tafsir that they said :

 

“O Messenger of Allah, do you know the words of Allah Almighty :

 

Prophet SAM said: “this is among the preserved knowledge. Had you not asked me, I would not have told you. Verily, Allah has delegated to me two angels, so my name is not mentioned to a Muslim servant, then he sends blessings on me, except that the two angels say : ( ) (Allah has forgiven you). Then Allah Ta’ala and His angels answered the two angels. Aameen. And my name is not mentioned to a Muslim servant, then he does not invoke Allah’s blessings on me, unless the angels say (Allah has not forgiven you). Then Allah Ta’ala and His angels answer them: Aameen.”

 

from “Aisha r.a. that the Prophet said: “Allah does not accept prayer, except with ablution and (saying) peace upon me”. (Reported by al-Bayhaqi and quoted by Abu Ishak Ash-Shirazil in al-Muhazzab).

 

Then he said: “The most important salawat is that which is uttered:

 

“O Allah, bestow mercy upon Muhammad and the family of Muhammad, as You bestowed mercy upon Ibrahim and the family of Ibrahim. And bestow blessings upon Muhammad and the family of Muhammad as You bestowed blessings upon Ibrahim and the family of Ibrahim, indeed You are the Most Praiseworthy, the Most Great”.

 

Imam Ash-Shafi’i (rahimahullah) said: “O family of the Messenger of Allah, love for you is obligatory according to the decree of Allah in the Qur’an that He has revealed.” “The one who prays without invoking Allah’s peace and blessings upon you will not have his prayer valid.”

 

As Sayyid As Samhudi has quoted from: in his book “Al Fajrul Munir” from Shaykh Shalih Musa who was sick in the eye, he told that once he had boarded a ship where the water was salty. He said: “At that time a strong wind was blowing fiercely. Say: “Who can survive the danger of shipwreck”? Until the passengers were frenzied for fear of drowning He said: “Then I fell asleep, and I saw in my sleep the Messenger of Allah. He said: “Order the passengers of the ship to say shalawat 1000 x that is:

 

“O Allah, bestow mercy upon Muhammad and the family of Muhammad, a mercy that will save us from all calamities and dangers, a mercy that will fulfill all our desires, a mercy that will purify us from all faults, a mercy that will elevate us in Your sight to the highest degree, a mercy that will convey to us the farthest goal of all virtues both while we live and after we die”. Then I woke up, and I told the passengers of the ship about the ru ‘yaa (true dream). Then we prayed the form of salawat taught in the ru’ya, until finally we were saved by Aliah SWT from the threatening doom. Alhamdulillah.

 

Aus bin Aus r.a. ja said: “The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said: “The most honorable of your days is Friday (because) on that day, Adam a.s. was created, on that day he died, on that day the trumpet was blown and on that day the Day of Resurrection took place. Therefore, on that day, offer your blessings to me, because your blessings will be reported to me.” They asked: “How can our blessings be reported to you when you have become bones?” He said: “Verily, Allah, the Almighty, has forbidden the earth to eat the bodies of the prophets (Reported by Abu Dawud and An Nasa’i).

 

In a narration it is stated: “Whoever blesses me once (then) Allah and His angels will bless him 70 times. And whoever of my Ummah invokes Allah’s blessings on me once, Allah will expiate his faults even if they are as numerous as the number of sands. Dar, whoever has a difficult matter, let him invoke Allah’s blessings upon me. And whoever prays to me in a day, 100 x, (then) Allah will fulfill 100 of his desires, 30 for his worldly affairs and 70 for his hereafter affairs. And no one’s prayers will go up to Allah without first saluting me.”

 

Alaihish shalaatu wassalaam said: “Whoever, when he hears the adhaan and igamat, says :

 

“O Allah, the owner of this perfect prayer, and the standing prayer, have mercy on Muhammad Your servant and Your Messenger, grant him waslahilah and fadhilah and shafa’ah on the Day of Resurrection, then that person will have my shafa’ah”.

 

The Prophet (SAW) said: “Whoever invokes Allah’s forgiveness for me in a book, the angels will always invoke Allah’s forgiveness for him, as long as my name remains in that book”.

 

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “No one will greet me except that Allah will return my soul until I greet him in return.” Someone asked: “O Messenger of Allah, how should we greet the Lord?” He said:” Say it!

 

“O Allah, bestow mercy upon Muhammad, his family, his wives and his descendants, as You have bestowed mercy upon Abraham and the family of Abraham, and bestow blessings upon Muhammad, his family, his wives and his descendants, as You have bestowed blessings upon Abraham and the family of Abraham. Indeed, You are the Most Praiseworthy, the Most Great.”

 

Sayyidatuna “Aisha r.a. has narrated that when she was sewing, something at dawn, suddenly the needle fell, while the light was out at that time. Then enter the Messenger of Allah SAW. meet him. Then the house shone with the light of the Prophet SAW. until the needle was found again. Sdi. “Aisha said: “O Messenger of Allah, how bright the face of His Majesty is”. The Prophet said: “Woe to the one who does not see me on the Day of Resurrection”. Sdi. “Aisha asked (again): “And who is the person who will not see you, O Messenger of Allah?” He said: “(The one who will not see me is) the miser”. Sdi. “Aisha asked (again) that?” He said: “He is the one who refuses to offer salutations to me. .when my name is mentioned”.

 

In a marfu’ hadith, Imam Thabrani narrated that the Prophet (SAW) said: “Whoever salutes me once. Allah will salute him ten times, and whoever salutes me 10 times Allah will salute him 100 times, and. whoever salutes me 100 times, it will be written between his eyes “freedom from nifag” “freedom from hell fire” and will be placed by Allah on the Day of Resurrection with the martyrs.

 

The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said: “Whoever prays to me on Friday 1000 times, (then) he will not die before seeing his place in heaven.

 

SAW has said: “Whoever says :

 

(May Allah grant jazaa’ (reward) on our behalf to Muhammad and he is the one who is entitled to it) would tire 70 angels to write his reward for 1000 mornings)

 

BECAUSE OF THE BLESSINGS UPON THE PROPHET, A CAMEL TESTIFIES TO THE LIES OF A YOUNG SECURITY GUARD.

 

In “Hayatul Haayawaan” written by Addamiri which is quoted from “Adda’awaat” written by Ath Thabrani which is sourced from Zaid bin Tsabit r.a. has said: “We fought with the Messenger of Allah (SAW) and when we came to the crossroads of Madinah, we saw an A’rabii (mountain Arab) leading a camel until he stopped in front of the Messenger of Allah (SAW) and we were around him.

 

Araabii’s greeting:

 

Peace be upon you, O Prophet warahmatullahi wabarakatuh), then the Prophet replied. He said: “How are you this morning?”.

 

At that time, a man who looked like a security guard suddenly came and said: “O Messenger of Allah, this A’rabi has stolen my camel”. Suddenly the camel whined (sounded) for a moment, which he listened carefully to the Messenger of Allah. And after the camel was silent, the Prophet went to the man and said to him: “Turn away from A’rabii, for the camel has testified that you are a liar”.

 

Then (the security guard) returned. Then the Prophet went to A’rabii and said: “What did you say when you came to me?”. He said: By my father and mother I have said: ” ,

 

“O Allah, bestow mercy upon Muhammad so that no mercy remains, O Allah, bestow blessings upon Muhammad so that no blessing remains. O Allah, bestow prosperity upon Muhammad so that no prosperity remains. O Allah, have mercy on Muhammad so that no mercy remains”.

 

The Prophet (SAW) said: “Verily, Allah, the Holy One, has explained to me, and the camel has spoken with his excuse and the angels have closed the roof of the sky. And in the narration of Tabrani from Nafi’ from Ibni “Amir that the Prophet said to the A’rabii: “O you, what did you say?”. Then he told him about what he had said. So the Prophet said: “Therefore, I have seen the angels passing through the streets of Madimah until they almost cover between me and you”.

 

Then he said: “You will come to Ash Shiraat (the footbridge), while your face is brighter than the moon on a full night”.

 

THE VIRTUE OF SHOLAWAT IN AN ASSEMBLY

 

It was narrated from some of the Companions r.a. that he said: “There is no gathering where “shalawat on the Prophet SAW.” is recited except that there will be a fragrant smell until it rises to the sky, then the Angel said: “This is the fragrance of the gathering where the blessing of the Prophet is recited.” Al Imam Hujjatul Islam (Al Ghazali) has mentioned in KITAB AL IHYAA” from Abdul Wahid bin Zaid that he said: “I traveled for Hajj in the company of a companion. That person, always invoked the blessings of the Prophet (peace be upon him) whether he was sitting, standing, lying down and in all his movements, always invoked the blessings of the Prophet (peace be upon him). For his diligence in saluting it prompted me to ask him.

 

He said: “I will explain to you about my persistence in this salawat”. This story begins with me going for my first pilgrimage with my father, and when he had finished his pilgrimage, we returned home.

 

In one house I fell asleep. As I slept, suddenly someone came to me and said: “Wake up, Allah has killed your father and blackened his face”. He said: “So I woke up in a state of shock, and I removed the cloth covering my father’s face. And behold, he was indeed a dead man with a blackened face. I was very sad to see that. When I was in deep sadness, I suddenly felt my eyes drowsy and I fell asleep. In my sleep I saw four black men above my father’s head. They were holding several pieces of iron, and suddenly a handsome man wearing a green shirt came. The handsome man said to the four black men: “”Get away from you! Then he wiped my father’s face with his hand and “he came to me. “Get up! Allah has whitened your father’s face”, he said. I said to him: “By my father and mother. who is this Lord?” He said: “I am Muhammad”. He said: “Then I got up and I removed the cloth covering my father’s face, and behold, his face had indeed turned white again. After that incident, I never left the salawat on the Messenger of Allah SAW.”.

 

Abdullah bin Umar Al’ash r.a. reported that he had heard the Messenger of Allah (SAW) say: “If you all hear the mu’adzin, then say as he says, then send blessings on me, indeed whoever sends blessings on me once, Allah will give him 10 times the mercy . Then ask for wasilah for me, because it is a rank in heaven that is not given except to one of the servants of Allah, and I hope that I am that servant of Allah.

 

Whoever seeks Allah’s intercession on my behalf will have my peace”.

 

RASULULLAH SAW. KISSING AS’AD BIN ABI ATHRAF

 

Ibn As’d Bin Abi Mathraf was one of the pious ahlil-khair. He said: “I have made it a practice for myself to say a certain number of salutations every night before going to bed, and on some nights I complete the number until I fall asleep”.

 

I occupied a room, and suddenly saw the Messenger of Allah (SAW) enter my room through the door of that room, so the room was sparkled with nur light. Then he got up and kissed me on the cheek, because of my many prayers to him.

 

Then I immediately woke up, and I also woke up my wife who was beside me, suddenly my house was fragrant with the smell of the Prophet’s music. The fragrant music was attached to my cheeks for 8 (eight) days because of the kiss of the Messenger of Allah SAW. and my wife also got the fragrant smell in her cheeks every day. Oh how lucky I am – Alharndulillah.

 

Anas r.a: He said: “The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said. “No two Muslims meet and then one shakes hands with the other and sends salutations to the Prophet (PBUH), so they do not part unless their previous and future sins are forgiven”.

 

‘Ali (may Allah be pleased with him) reported that he said: “The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said: “Whoever performs the obligatory Hajj, and afterward fights in a ghazwah (a war attended by the Messenger of Allah), will be rewarded with 400 Hajj.” He said: “then break the han of the people who cannot perform jihad or hajj worship. Then Al, lah “Azza wa jalla revealed to him: “No one will send blessings upon you except that I have rewarded that blessing with the reward of 400 ghazwahs, and each ghazwah with the reward of 400 hajjs”.

 

THE FAIDAH OF PRAYER AND GREETINGS UPON THE PROPHET (PEACE AND BLESSINGS OF ALLAH BE UPON HIM)

 

The most important of: “The prayers of Allah, His angels and His Messengers upon the one who salutes and prays upon the Messenger of Allah (SAW) include: “

 

  1. “That person will have his faults erased, his deeds purified and his rank raised.

 

  1. That person will have his sins forgiven and will be forgiven by the salawat itself.

 

  1. That person will have a reward as great as Mount Uhud and his deeds will be weighed in a fair balance.

 

  1. That person will be provided for in this world and in the Hereafter.

 

  1. That person will obtain salvation from various calamities, the testimony of the Messenger of Allah (SAW) to him with that salawat on the Day of Judgment and the certainty of obtaining his shafa’at (peace be upon him).

 

  1. That person will attain Allah’s pleasure and mercy, will be saved from His wrath and will take shelter under His Throne.

 

  1. That person, the scales of his virtue will be heavier in the Hereafter, will come to the pool (haudh) and be saved from thirst.

 

  1. That person will be freed from hellfire, will cross the footbridge (ashshiraath) at lightning speed, and will be able to see his place in heaven before he dies.

 

  1. That person will have many wives (angels) in heaven and attain a noble position.

 

  1. That person will get more reward than participating in 20 ghozwahs (wars for the sake of Allah) with the Messenger of Allah (SAW).

 

  1. That person will attain purification and his wealth will grow because of the blessing of salawat. ‘

 

  1. That person will acquire the identity of being an expert of the Sunnah wal Jama’ah (because of his salawat).

 

  1. The angels will send blessings on those who always send blessings on the Messenger of Allah (SAW).

 

  1. That person, with each salawat will be granted 100 wishes and even more than that.

 

  1. Salah is an act of worship and the most beloved deed to Allah from that person.

 

  1. The adornment of a gathering and will keep one away from poverty and narrowness of life.

 

  1. That person will gain virtue.

 

  1. That person, will be the foremost person in the Prophet’s side on the Day of Judgment.

 

  1. That person, will be rewarded for himself and his children and grandchildren.

 

  1. Salah is an approach to Allah and His messenger.

 

  1. Salawat is a light for the one who is saluted both when he is in his grave, his mahshar and when crossing the ashshiraat (footbridge).

 

  1. That person will gain Allah’s help over his enemy and will have his heart purified of nifak and its impurities.

 

  1. That person, will gain.the love of the believers

 

  1. That person will meet the Messenger of Allah (SAW) in his sleep, and if he increases his salawat then he will be able to see him in his waking state.

 

  1. That person will be less gossiped about, and that is one of the most blessed and best deeds in this world and the next. And others of the above. –

 

THE 3RD PHASE ON THE MEANING OF PRAYER AND GREETINGS ON THE MESSENGER OF ALLAH, PEACE BE UPON HIM.

 

Some scholars have said: “Prayer in its original meaning is prayer, as Allah says ( ) (pray over them), meaning “pray for them!”, and in terms of prayer from Allah is mercy accompanied by respect. As for the prayer of the angels, it means istighfaar or asking for forgiveness. And the prayer of humans means prayer with humility. And the prayer of the birds and the air is tasbih.

 

Some scholars said: “The prayer of the Prophet (SAW) is blessing and mercy”. Alhaluni said: “As for prayer with the tongue, it is an honor. Some said: “The prescribed prayer is the one in which there is bowing, because it is customary to bow to a small person when meeting a large one, out of respect.”

 

In general, what is found in prayer, which consists of: “standing, sitting, etc. is an honor to the supplicant with zeal and hope for the attainment of Allah’s bounty and mercy”.

 

Another said: “Praying for the sake of Allah is the remembrance of glorifying the One to whom one is praying, in recognition of the greatness of one’s position and the elevation of one’s rank, which is worthy of Allah alone”.

 

But if we say: then what is meant is: “O Allah, glorify Muhammad in this world by elevating his name, confirming his da’wah and preserving his Shari’ah. In the Hereafter, glorify Muhammad with the blessing of his Ummah, the multiplication of his reward, and his favor among the early and late generations with a praiseworthy position and precedence over His servants who are near and witnessed or called ( ).

 

Although this rank is an obligation of Allah to give it to the Prophet (SAW), everything has a level and rank that sometimes if someone from his ummah pershalawat to the Prophet (SAW) and the prayer is accepted, it will be able to increase the level and rank of the Prophet’s beliaw.

 

Then what is meant by salawat is fulfilling his rights and drawing closer to Allah (by sending many salutations to him).   It is like our saying: ( )and it is our prayer for him, that we have no connection with him that can glorify his affairs and ‘raise his rank, and that is solely in the hands of Allah Ta’ala.

 

So it is appropriate, that our salawat to him is a prayer for him. Al Wahidi has said in his tafsir: MAUSUM BILWAJIZ”, i.e. or forgiveness to obtain mercy and guidance to heaven, reward, hag, and truth. And the meaning is that the prayer to the Messenger of Allah (SAW) is as he said: “Prayer from Allah to him”.

 

In this sense, his hope in Allah is a supplication. Do you not know that the person to whom it is said: ” ” (may Allah forgive you and have mercy on you) replaces the words (O Allah, forgive him and have mercy on him).

 

The Shari’ah of Ratib said: “Therefore, when Allah describes “LAILATUL OODRI” as being better than 1,000 months, He says: “It is nothing other than security, prosperity and virtue that Allah, the Almighty, does not determine until dawn breaks”.

 

AR RAHMAH

 

As for mercy, it includes two meanings, one ( ) (keeping away excuses), and the other ( ) (rewarding a deed). This phrase is outside the prayer. Do you not understand that Allah, may He be glorified and exalted, says (interpretation of the meaning):

 

“They are the ones who have perfect blessings and mercy from their Lord”. (QS. Al Bagarah: 157).

 

And separated between the two are shalawat and rahmah.

 

Al Baihaqi said what was told to us by Abul ‘Aliyah Al Haafizh: “Ali ibn ‘Isa Al Khairi spoke to us, Musaddad ibn Yuthn spoke to us, Uthman ibn Abi Shaibah spoke to us, Jarir spoke to us from Manshur from Mujaahid from Sa’d ibn Al Masayyib from ‘Umar said: “Separation is the best of justice and the best of surplus.”

 

“(Those) who, when afflicted with calamity, say “Innaa lillaahi wa innaa ilaihi raaji’uun”. They are the ones who receive complete blessing and mercy from their Lord, and they are the ones who are guided”. (QS. Al-Bagarah: 156-157) the two justice is prayer and mercy and added a little is ” ” or hidayat.

 

MEANING OF AL BARAKAH

 

As for “Al Barakah” or blessing, it is Allah’s enforcement of His destiny. And for us is the request for blessing as we say:   “O Allah, grant the blessing of Muhammad’s pedestal”. While the origin of the word “Al Barakah” is always taken from “the camel is languishing”.

 

If we say the meaning: “O Allah, establish the mention of Muhammad and his preaching, multiply his followers and his group and fragrance his people with good fortune and happiness, may they be given shafa’at and be admitted to Your heaven and placed in a land full of Your pleasure”, then the meaning of asking for blessings for the Prophet SAW. which is eternal and additional happiness.

 

The Shaarih of this book said: “As for Allah’s prayer to His Prophet and to those who offer salutations to him, it means “the addition of various glories and subtleties of ni’mat”. As for our prayer and the prayer of the angels to him, it is a humble request that he be bestowed with these glories, with the desire to attain them. ,

 

It is not like someone saying: (May Allah forgive and have mercy on him). Because that is specifically asking for mercy, forgiveness and being covered. As for saying: ( )

 

(May Allah be pleased with him), is specific to those who have major sins, while asking for mercy and forgiveness is general.

 

As for the prayers and supplications of his ummah, there are three things: One of them is that the prayer has the effect of obtaining His bounty, favor and mercy, especially in large congregations, such as when asking for rain or the lifting of a calamity and so on. It will have an impact on the relationship between the human spirit and the spirit of the world above, as there is a congruence of deities. This is because this spirit is like a diamond, and what breaks its similarity is defilement with the impurities of lust. Therefore, the words of a pure heart will have a faster impact, and in tadharru’ (supplication with khushu’ and humility) will be more successful, because tadharru’ will burn the impurities of lust from the heart in a state that will weaken it and break it from its darkness.

 

Therefore, a few of the people will miss the mark, and they will not be devoid of a pure heart, then that purity will increase with ta’awun (helping in virtue) and its effects will be seen. The Shaarih of this Ratib also said: “Hujjat-ul-Islam has amplified this talk about the power of ta’tsir (impact) of the joint prayer of the Muslims, as has been narrated in a saheeh hadith from Sayyidil Anaam (PBUH) about the inhabitants of Guwa/Gowa. It has been briefly narrated that a large stone had fallen and covered the door of Gowa, preventing its inhabitants from going out.

 

So each of the inhabitants of Gowa prayed, so it was seen that the big stone gradually began to move.

 

The first to pray: “He rejoiced, for he saw signs of his prayer being accepted”.

 

The second one prayed: “He rejoices, for he sees closer to getting out”.

 

The third prayed: “He rejoiced, for he saw that the boulder had moved and shifted so that they could all come out”.

 

THIS IS THE STORY OF 3 (THREE) RESIDENTS OF GOWA

 

The wording of this hadith is found in Sahih Bukhari and Muslim, from Abi Abdirrahman Abdullah bin Umar bin Khattab r.a., who said: “I heard the Messenger of Allah (SAW) say: “There were 3 (three) young men before you who had gone out of the house on some business, until they felt like sleeping and then took refuge in a Gowa. Suddenly a large stone rolled down from the mountain to cover the door of the Gowa.

 

They said: “Verily, you will not be saved unless you supplicate to Allah and mention righteous deeds”.

 

One of them prayed: “O Allah, I have two aged parents, and I have not given evening refreshment either to my family or to those who earn a living. On one day, I had gone away from them to cut down a tree, I had not given them anything to drink, until they fell asleep. Then I squeezed milk for their evening drink, but I found them in a deep sleep and I certainly did not want to give drink before they woke up, either to my family or to those who earned a living. Then I remained standing waiting for them to wake up while the class remained in my hands until dawn, while the little ones whined at my feet out of jealousy to get the milk.

 

Then my parents woke up, and drank their evening drink, “O Allah, if what I have done You judge as my deeds to gain Your pleasure, then loosen the place where we are from the crush of this stone”. So the stone moved, but they could not get out. ,

 

Others prayed as well: “O Allah, I have an affair with my uncle’s daughter whom I love very much”. And in another narration (it is said): “Indeed I love her more than any man loves his beloved. I desired her, but she avoided me until I felt very sad for some time. Once he came to me, and I gave him 120 dinars (gold), with the intention that he would give himself to me. At that time he let it go, until I had the opportunity to do (fahisyah) to him. In another narration (mentioned) when I was sitting between her legs, she said: “Fear Allah, and do not hasten to put on the ring except according to its right. (Do not mix with me before we become husband and wife)”, so I turned away from her, while she was the woman I loved the most. “O Allah, if what I have done, You judge as my deeds to gain Your pleasure, then loosen the place where we are from the crush of this stone”. So the stone moved a little, but they could not get out.

 

The third also prayed: “O Allah, I have hired some employees, and I have paid them all their wages, except for one. He left the wages I gave him, and went somewhere else. Then I increased his wages until his wealth became large. After a few years, ja came to me and said: “O Abdullah, pay me my wages now!”.

 

I said: “All that you see is your reward consisting of : camels, cows, goats, and slaves”. He said: “O Abdullah, do not insult me!”. I said: “I do not insult you”.

 

Then he took it all and left nothing behind. “O Allah, if what I have done is worthy of your pleasure, then loosen the place where we are from the crush of this stone.” So the boulder rolled away from the door of the gowa and they all came out. So the boulder rolled away from the door of Gowa and they all came out.” Alhamdulillah.

 

THE 16TH DHIKR AND ITS COMMENTARY

 

When Sayyiduna Umar was nearing the completion of his Great Ratib. he brought the dhikr that can expiate major sins. which can quench the wrath of the All-Compelling Essence and extinguish the lick of fire from the one who recites it. It can send down rain and can bring blessings such as those mentioned in Surah Noah a.s.. consisting of children, treasures, paradise, and rivers, namely: Al-Isrighfaar. He said:

 

I PRAY TO ALLAH 11x. Then you say I repent to Allah 1x.

 

Ash-Shaikh ‘Ali said: “The meaning of Astaghfirullah (I ask Allah’s forgiveness) is that there must be regret and a strong will not to return to transgressing the prohibitions, and always obeying the commands of Allah. And when a person falls into sin again, then he should repeat the istighfaar again, in the middle of the night and throughout the day. And thus, with the help of Allah, the Most Great, the Most High, he will be able to defeat that haughty enemy (the accursed shaitan)”.

 

In an Oudsi hadith, the Prophet said: “When a servant says: “Astaghfirullah” (I ask Allah’s forgiveness, Allah says: “My servant has sinned, and he knows that he has a Lord who forgives all sins and He expiates them. I have forgiven (the sins) of My servant, as long as he seeks My forgiveness, I forgive (the sins) of My servant as they are”. In another Hadith Oudsi, Allah Ta’ala says:

 

“O son of Adam, if you come to Me with the iniquities (sins) of the whole earth, and you do not associate anything with Me, and you seek My forgiveness, I will forgive you, and I do not care”.

 

FIRST CHAPTER: ON THE VIRTUE OF “ISTIGHFAR”

 

The verses related to “istighfaar” are: Allah’s words:

 

“Verily, if they, when they have wronged themselves, come to you and ask forgiveness of Allah, and the Apostle asks forgiveness for them, surely they will find Allah Oft-returning, Most Merciful”. (QS. An Nisaa’: 64).

 

“And whoever does evil and wrongs himself and seeks forgiveness from Allah, he will find that Allah is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful”. (QS. An Nisaa’: 110). –

 

“So praise your Lord and seek His forgiveness. Indeed, He is the Most Receptive of repentance” (QS. An Nashr: 3).

 

“And (also) those who, when they do an evil deed or wrong themselves, remember Allah and ask forgiveness for their sins, and who else can forgive sins but Allah? And they do not continue in their evil deeds, while they know” (QS. Ali Imran: 135),

 

“And Allah will not punish them while they seek forgiveness”. (QS. Al Anfaal: 33).

 

“So be patient, for surely the promise of Allah is true, and ask forgiveness for your sins, and praise your Lord in the evening and in the morning.” (QS. Al Mu’mm: 55).

 

“Allah Ta’ala has said, telling His Prophet Adam: (They said: “O our Lord, we have wronged ourselves, and if You do not forgive us and have mercy on us, we shall surely be among the losers”. (QS. Al Anfaal: 23).

 

Allah Ta’ala has said through His Prophet Noah: So I said to them: “Seek forgiveness from your Lord, surely He is Oft-Forgiving”. (QS. Nuh: 10).

 

Allah Ta’ala has said through the mouth of His Prophet Huud: “O my people, ask forgiveness of your Lord and repent to Him, and He will send down upon you a very heavy rain, and He will add strength to your strength”. (QS. Huud: 52).

 

Allah Ta’ala has said through the mouth of Prophet Shalih: -“He has created you from the earth and made you its prosperity, so seek His forgiveness and repent to Him. Verily, my Lord is very near (to His mercy) and accepts (the prayers of His servants)”. (QS. Huud: 61).

 

The hadiths related to “istighfaar” are as follows:

 

His chosen Messenger said: “Whoever does a lot of istighfaar, Allah will give him joy from every sorrow, a way out of every narrowness and be given sustenance from an unsuspected (source)”. (HR Imam Ahmad and others).

 

The Prophet (SAW) said: “Whoever wants the record of his deeds to please (his heart), let him multiply istighfaar.” (HR. Al Baihaqie).

 

Alaihish Shalaatu Wassalaam said: “O people, turn to Allah and repent to Him. Verily, I repent and seek forgiveness from Him 100 times a day and more than 100 times a day”. (HR: Ahmad, Ath Thabrani, and others).

 

Al Imam Al Baihagie said that istighfaar among the Prophets after prophethood was on one of the three sides:

 

  1. Because of a sin he had committed before being appointed as a prophet, or :
  2. Because of the sins of his people and his relatives, or :
  3. Because of a permissible action that was later forbidden by sharee’ah, and he had already done it (i.e. before it was forbidden), then he made istighfaar because he had forgotten. Although that has been regarded as a virtue outside the prophets, as has been said,

 

Meaning: “The virtues of those who do tha’at are equal to the vices of those who are brought closer to Allah” (I).

 

In this regard, it is similar to what Prophet Ibrahim (peace be upon him) said: (Sarah is my sister) and (I am sick), to the extent that it is considered a lie and he was excused from giving general intercession, and only the disbelievers continue to practice the religion of Allah.

 

Al Baghawi said: “Istighfaar means listening to and obeying the rulings of sharee’ah.”

 

Al Qomah bin Al Aswad said: “Abdullah ibn Mas’ud r.a. said: In the book of Allah, the Almighty, there are two verses which, if recited by a person who has committed a sin, his sins will be forgiven, namely :

 

SAN said: “O women, give in charity and make istighfaar. Verily, I see that most of the inhabitants of Hell are from you women. Jazilah one of them asked: “For what reason, O Messenger of Allah, are most of us residents of Hell?”, He said: “Because you often curse and deny the good. I do not see people who have been given minds who are more lacking in reason and religion than you”. Ta said: “O Messenger of Allah, what does lack of reason and religion mean?” He said: “Lack of understanding, because the testimony of two women is equal to the testimony of one man, and this is what is called lack of understanding. And a woman misses several nights without praying and she does not fast during the month of Ramadan and this is called lack of religion.” (narrated by Imam Muslim in his Saheeh)

 

Had said a.s: “Whoever wants to sleep, says

 

“I seek the forgiveness of Allah, the Great, of whom there is no God but He, the Ever-Living, the Eternal, who continuously takes care of His creatures, and I repent to Him three times, then Allah will forgive his sins even if they are like the foam in the sea or as much as the sand that is piled up or as much as the leaves of the trees or as much as the days of the world”. 

 

Abu Dawud and Al Haakim have narrated and said: the isnad is saheeh from Uthman r.a. who said: “When the Messenger of Allah (SAW) had finished burying a dead person, he stood by the grave and said: “Ask forgiveness for your brother, and ask for his decree, for surely he is now being questioned (by Mungkar and Nakir)”.

 

As for the Prophet Muhammad in his istighfaar, he said: “O Allah, forgive my mistakes, my ignorance, my excesses in my affairs and that which You know better than me.

 

O Allah, forgive my earnestness, my negligence, my mistakes, and my willfulness which are all on me.

 

O Allah, forgive me for what I have done earlier and later, what I have kept secret and what I have overreacted to, and what You know better than me. You are the One who gives precedence and delay and You are the One who is in control of all things.

 

In some commentaries it is explained that the Messenger of Allah (SAW) had come to his companions from the direction of the door of Banu Shibah, which he saw at that time they were laughing. He said: “Are you laughing? If you know what I know, surely you will laugh a little and will cry a lot. Then he went away and shortly returned to them smiling and said: “Jibril a.s. has come down to me with His words:

 

Let My servants know that I am indeed the Most Forgiving, the Most Merciful.” (QS. Al Hijr: 49).

 

He (a.s.) said: “There is no servant, male or female, who prays to Allah 70 times a day, except that Allah will forgive him 700 sins. And what a loser is the servant, male or female, who commits more than 709 sins in a day.” ‘,

 

Abid Dardaa’ r.a. reported that he said: “I’ve heard the Messenger of Allah (SAW) say: “Whoever takes a path to seek knowledge, (then) Allah will (make it easy) for him to find the way to heaven. And indeed the angels lower their wings out of pleasure for the one who seeks knowledge. And indeed the scholar will have forgiveness asked for him by the creatures of the heavens, the creatures of the earth, and the fish in the water. And indeed the superiority of the scholar over the worshiper is like the full moon over all the stars. And indeed the scholars are the heirs of the prophets, they did not bequeath dinars or dirhams, but bequeathed knowledge. Whoever takes it has gained a large share.”

 

Khalid bin Ma’dan (rahimahullah) said: “Allah Ta’ala has said: “The servants whom I love the most are those who love one another out of love for Me, and those whose hearts are attached to the mosque and who pray at dawn. It is because of them that whenever I am about to inflict punishment on the inhabitants of the earth, I remember them, then I spare them and I undo the punishment).

 

Oattaadah has said: “The Qur’an guides you about your sickness and the cure for you. As for your sickness, it is your sins and the cure for you is the recourse to Allah.”

 

Ali ibn Abi Talib has said: “It is astonishing that a man should perish while he has a way of salvation. Someone asked, What is it? He (Ali) said: “AI Istighfaar”‘.

 

Sufyaan ibn ‘Ayilnah (rahimahullah) said: “I had a brother who died, and I dreamed of him. In the dream I asked him: “What has Allah done to you?”. He replied: “Allah has forgiven me for my sins because of my repentance for them, but the sins for which I have not repented have not been forgiven”.

 

The Prophet (SAW) said: “My life is good for you, and my death is good for you. As for my life, it is because I outlined my sunnah for you and I outlined the provisions of the Shari’ah for you. “”

 

As for my death, then surely your deeds are reported to me, if I see your deeds are good, then I praise Allah. pan if your deeds are bad, (then) I seek forgiveness from Allah for you.” (From Al-Ihayaa).

 

The Prophet (SAW) said: “The expiation (expiation of sin) for the one you backbite is to ask Allah’s forgiveness for him”. (HR. Ibn Abid Dunia).

 

The author of “Unsul Mungathiin” narrates from Al ‘Utha, who said: “When I was at the side of the tomb of the Prophet SAW. suddenly it appeared to me that an A’raabii had come riding his camel. Then he dismounted from the camel and came to the grave of the Prophet (PBUH) saying : .

 

Peace be upon you, O chosen man of Allah. You are the Messenger whom Allah has sent down to you.

 

“Verily if they, when they had wronged themselves, had come to you and asked forgiveness of Allah, and the Messenger had asked forgiveness for them, they would have found Allah to be Oft-returning, Most Merciful”. (And this is how I came to you, seeking forgiveness for my sins, so make intercession for me to my Lord. Al ‘Utbaa said: “Then I fell asleep, and I saw the Messenger of Allah saying: “Go after A’rabii, and tell him that Allah has forgiven him”.

 

Ali Ar Ridhaa bin Musa Al Kazhim r.a. reported that the Prophet (SAW) said: “Whoever fasts a day in Sha’ban seeking reward from Allah will enter Paradise. And whoever says seventy times a day, he will be gathered on the Day of Resurrection in the company of the Prophet (SAW) and he will receive glory from Allah. And whoever gives charity in the month of Sha’ban even with a single date, Allah will forbid his body from hellfire.”

 

Ibn Shabbaa’ mentioned in his book “ALFUSHUUL” and quoted from Muhammad Al Jawab ibn Ali Ar NOS that he said: “There are three traits that lead a person to Allah’s pleasure, namely:

 

  1. Do a lot of istighfaar.
  2. Be gentle (friendly).
  3. Give a lot of charity.

 

And whoever has the following 3 (three) temperaments will not regret, namely:

  1. Abandoning haste.
  2. Not abandoning deliberation.
  3. Have faith in Allah when doing any work.

 

SECOND FASAL: ABOUT SOME OF THE GREAT RULES THAT HAVE GREAT BENEFITS

 

AZIMAH, THE BEST OF ‘AZIMAH, PROFIT, THE BEST OF PROFIT IS ISTIGHFAAR WHICH IS FAMOUS FOR ALL VIRTUES AND DELIGHTS OF THE HEART.

 

THE FIRST FAIDAH: “The leader of Istighfaar”, is as narrated by Imam Al Bukhari r.a. in his Sahih with a chain of transmission to Shaddaad bin Aus, who said: “He said, Sayyidul Istighfaar is you. say:

 

Meaning: “O Allah, You are my Lord, there is no God but You who created, and I am Your servant. And I am also in Your provision and promise to the best of my ability. I seek refuge from all the evil that I have done, I acknowledge Your blessings that You have bestowed upon me, and I also acknowledge my sins, so forgive me, for no one can forgive except You alone. Whoever says it during the day with full conviction, then dies on that day, before the afternoon comes, then he is among the people of Paradise. And whoever says it at night, with full conviction, and then dies before the morning comes, he is among the people of Paradise.”

 

SECOND FAIDAH: ISTIGHFAR AL KHAIDZIR

 

The Istighfaar of Prophet Al Khaidzir is as quoted by Hujjatul Islam Al Ghazalii in “KITAB AL IHYAA”, he has said: “If you have as many sins as dewdrops and as much foam in the sea, they will be erased (forgiven) if only you pray with this prayer :

 

It means: “O Allah, I ask Your forgiveness for every sin I have ever repented of and then repeated. And I ask for Your forgiveness from anything that I have promised You from the bottom of my heart, then I have not kept it. And I ask Your forgiveness for every deed that I intended for Your Glorious Essence, then I mixed it with other than Your Essence. And I ask Your forgiveness for every deed that You bestowed upon me, then I used it to disobey You, and I ask Your forgiveness, O Allah, the All-Knowing of the Unseen and the Real, for every sin that I have committed in broad daylight and in the darkness of the night, whether in a crowded place or in a quiet place, whether hidden or openly, O Allah, the All-Merciful.”

 

(Al Ghazali r.a. said: “Some say that this istighfaar is the istighfaar of Al Khaidzir a.s.”).

 

FAIDAH THREE: ISTIGHFAR OF PROPHET ADAM AS.

 

The Istighfaar of our father Adam a.s. on our Prophet SAW. is as quoted by Al Imam Abu Talib Al Makki, he said: “It has been narrated to us from Hisham bin “Urwah from his father, from his grandfather from Aisha r.a. who said: “When Allah, the Almighty, was about to grant repentance to Adam (a.s.), he (Adam (a.s.)) circumambulated seven times around the Ka’bah, which at that time was not yet a building but was “a red high ground”, then he prayed two (2) raka’ats, then said :

 

Meaning: “O Allah, You know my secret and my reality, so accept my apology. And You know my needs, so grant my request. And You know what is in me, so forgive my sins. O Allah, I ask You for faith that will always be in my heart, and true belief so that I know that no calamity will befall me except what You have decreed for me. And I also ask for a sense of contentment (in me) with what You have distributed (bestowed) on me, O Great, Most Gracious One”. Then Allah revealed to Adam a.s.: “Verily I have forgiven your sins, and there is not one of your descendants who prays to Me as you have prayed to Me, except I will lift the sorrow of his heart and I will lift the poverty from him and he will be a merchant without equal from any merchant and there will come to him the wealth of the world in abundance even though he himself does not want it”.

 

FAIDAH FOUR: ISTIGHFAAR UMAR R.A.

 

It is mentioned that Sayyidina Umar Ibnul Khattab r.a. when he prayed for rain, he prayed istighfaar as narrated from Ash Shibi that Umar Ibnul Khattab r.a. had gone out to pray for rain with the people. They said to him: “We did not see you asking for rain”, so Sayyidina Umar r.a. said: “I have asked for rain with the stars in the sky that cause rain to fall, then he recited :

 

So I said to them: “Ask forgiveness of your Lord, verily He is Oft-Forgiving. Surely He will send you rain in abundance, and multiply your wealth and children, and make for you gardens, and make for you rivers.” (Nuh: 10-12)

 

In the “KITAB ARRIYAADH” it is mentioned that Khawat bin Jubair said: “People were afflicted by the extreme heat of ‘Umar’s time. Then they were ordered to go out of their houses to ask for rain.”

 

Umar prayed with them 2 (two) raka’at, accidentally he mistakenly spread his turban, the right side on the left and the left side on the right, then he put his hands up while

 

“O Allah, verily we ask Your forgiveness and Your deliverance from our sins, (then shortly) they were granted rain). And while they were in this state, Arabs from the mountains came to Umar. They said: “O Amirul Muminin, while we were in our villages on such-and-such a day at such-and-such an hour…… suddenly a black cloud overshadowed us, then we heard a voice: “There has come to you a savior (Abu Hafash), There has come to you a savior (Abu Hafash)……….”.

 

FIFTH RULE:

 

It has been narrated by Arrabii’ bin Shabiih that a man came to Al Hasan, complaining about the aridity he was experiencing.  Al Hasan said: ( ) (Ask Allah for forgiveness). Then he (A’rrabi’) said: “Others came and complained about the dryness of their gardens, and Al Hasan said : ( ) ” (Ask Allah for forgiveness!)”, he (A’rrabii’) said: “People have come to complain to you about various matters and ask you for various desires, then to all of them you commanded to do istighfaar”.

 

Al-Hasan said: “I did not say this from myself, but I have taken the lesson from the words of Allah, may He be exalted, concerning the story of His Prophet Noah a.s. who told his people:

 

So I said to them: “Ask forgiveness of your Lord, verily He is Oft-Forgiving, surely He will send you rain in abundance, and multiply your wealth and children, and make for you gardens and make for you rivers”. (QS. Nuh: 10-12).

 

(This was mentioned by al-Imam Tsa’labi).

 

Ash-Sharji said in “The Book of Alfawaaid”: “I have found it written by some of the scholars that: “Whoever says every day 25 times :

 

“I seek forgiveness from Allah, the Great, for whom there is no God but He, the Ever-Living, the Eternal, who continues to take care of His creatures, who does not die forever, and I repent to Him. He will not see anything unpleasant forever, neither in himself, nor in his wealth, nor in his children”. (Mujarrab).

 

In the “Book of Alfawaid” it is also narrated that one of the pious fell seriously ill, and “the unseen” was revealed to him. He saw the angel of death in his state and said to the pious man:   “Do I write that you may be freed from the fire of hell?”. The sick man said: “Yes.” So it was written for him on a leaf, and he found it written: until it filled the leaf inside and out. He (Angel of Death) said to him: “This is deliverance from the fire of hell”.

 

Then the sick person comes to his senses and is cured of his sickness, so that he can enjoy this life for some time, and he keeps the writing with him.

 

In “Kitab Al Fawaid” Al-Iman Al Bunni said: In the commentary “Mafaatihul Ghaib” about istighfaar: “Know that every magaam has its own special karaamah and barakah, such as performing istighfaar to obtain easy sustenance for someone who is in difficulty by doing wudu’, then praying 2 (two) raka’ar. In the first raka’at: recite the Ummul-Our’an or Al Fatihah, and recite His words:

 

In the second raka’at: recite Ummul Our’an or Al Fatihah and recite His words:   After the prayer, he should recite dhikr with the words: and he should continue to recite dhikr without stopping until he achieves the provision of sustenance. It may come late or it may come early. It is also possible that a servant may be prevented from obtaining easy provision because of the sins that he has committed, and this is the expiation for his sins.

 

For this reason, Prophet Noah a.s. had hinted with the words of Allah Ta’ala :

 

So I said to them: “Seek forgiveness from your Lord, surely He is Oft-Forgiving”. (QS. Nuh: 10). He (Prophet Noah a.s.) has ordered his people to think of “istighfaar” which with that dhikr specifically Allah will open the door to His blessings. and in general will reveal the blessings of the dhikr in obtaining breadth of sustenance.

 

SIXTH FAIDAH:

 

Al Imam Al Yaafi’ has narrated that: It has been narrated from Ash-Shaykh Al Waliy Abi Abdillah Al Ourasyi that his Shaykh (teacher) named Aba Abdullah Al Maalgi had: taught him the prayer. Then after that he may spend his wealth according to his needs, then by the grace of Allah, he will be compensated.

 

Al Yaafi’ said: “Whoever recites these words after the fard prayer, Allah will make him rich and give him provision from unexpected sources”, and if he has a debt as big as Mount Uhud, Allah will help him to repay it.

 

Al Ooodhi Muhammad bin Said bin Kabni said: “A trustworthy person told me that Ash-Shaykh Badruddin bin Aqil said: I prayed this prayer for knowledge, and my friend Nashiruddin ibn Muslim prayed for wealth, and Allah blessed him with much knowledge, and Allah blessed him with much wealth, and this is the prayer:

 

Meaning: “I ask forgiveness of Allah, there is no God but He, the Eternal Living, who is constantly taking care of His creatures, the Creator of the heavens and the earth and what is between them, for all my sins and injustices, and what I have done to myself, and I repent to Him”.

 

“O Allah, O One, the Most Generous, the Most Rich, the One Who Makes, the One Who expands provision, the Most Generous, the Most Giving, the One Who has wealth, the One Who gives provision, the One Who lives, the One Who is Eternal, the One Who constantly takes care of His creatures, the Most Merciful, The Most Merciful, Who created the several layers of heaven and earth, The Most Great, The Most Gracious, The Most Merciful, The Most Giving, give me a gift from Your presence (If you (the polytheists) seek a decision, then the decision has come to you) (QS. Al Anfal: 10). “Surely We have given you a clear victory”. (Al-Fath: 1), “(i.e.) help from Allah and a victory that is near (in time)”. (Ash-Shaf: 13).

 

O Essence of the All-Rich, the One Who gives wealth, the Most Praiseworthy, the Most Noble, the One Who started (the creation of all creatures), the One Who returns to its origin, the Most Merciful, the Most Compassionate, the One Who has the Noble ‘Arash.

 

O One who makes whatever You will, suffice me with what is lawful from what is unlawful, with Your bounty from other than Your Essence. Verily, You are all-powerful over all things.

 

SEVENTH FAIDAH:

 

Quoted from the syarah and you should remember the side of the ism of Allah Ta’ala ( ). : The blessing of this ism is: “Allah will accept those who do tha’at and will forgive those who do wrong. And whoever is sick or sad, or grieving, or in distress, then he writes that ism on a piece of paper three times, then whatever he is suffering will disappear and heal. And whoever recites it continuously in his heart, Allah will purify his heart.”

 

Ash-Shaykh Zuruug said: “It is the spaciousness of the heart, the health of the body, and so on. Whoever writes it for a person who is short of breath or tired, or overweight, and puts it in water and drinks the water, by Allah’s permission he will recover. And if the paper with the ism written on it is rubbed over the eyes of a person with poor eyesight, he will receive the blessing of the ism (Insha Allah, his eyesight will be restored).

 

Shaykh Zuruug said: “The efficacy of his ism ( ) is that forgiveness will be obtained from Allah. Whoever thinks about it after the Friday prayer 100 times will see the signs of forgiveness. Another said: “Whoever says after the Friday prayer:   O Most Forgiving One, forgive me for my sins – 100 times, Allah will forgive him for every sin.  

 

And some of the scholars have said: “Whoever recites it after Dhuha prayer 360 times, Allah will accept his repentance. And whoever recites it (addressed to the wrongdoer) 10 times, he will be saved from his wrongdoing.

 

EIGHTH RULE

 

Al Jaisyi said in his self-written “Kitab Al Barakah”: “The Prophet (SAW) said: “If a person makes istighfaar with this istighfaar from his sins that are as full as the seven heavens and as full as the seven earths, as many as the mountains and hills, as many as the number of raindrops, as many as the leaves of the trees, as much as the water in the sea, and as much as the sand, then Allah will surely forgive his sins and then they will be replaced with virtues. And the one who recites it will not be poor forever”,

 

“THIS IS ISTIGHEAR.ITU”

 

Meaning: “O Allah, verily I seek forgiveness from You for a sin that I once committed from it, then I repeated it. And I seek forgiveness from You for the sin that I promised You not to commit, then I broke it. And I seek forgiveness from You for the sin of doing a deed that was intended to earn Your pleasure, then I mixed it with something that was not pleasing. And I seek forgiveness from You for the ni’mat that You granted me, then I used it to disobey You. And I ask forgiveness of You, O Allah, there is no God but You, the One Who is the Ever-Living, the One Who continues to take care of His creatures, the One Who knows the unseen and the real, the One Who is Compassionate, the One Who is Merciful, and the One Who is Merciful for every sin I have committed, for every sin I have committed, and for every sin I have committed that has been covered by Your knowledge.”‘ |

 

THE FOURTH CHAPTER: ON THE MEANING OF AL-ISTIGHFAR

 

The scholars said: “The word istighfaar can be replaced by the word ( ). They said that the meaning of Al Istighfaar is asking Allah’s forgiveness. It was previously narrated from Fudhail ibn ‘Iyadh that when a person says ( ) it is interpreted as “wipe out”, which is derived from the word meaning or cover. So the meaning of ( ) is: covering and expiation of sins. Similarly, the word ( ) means the expiation of all sins. He said: “Maghfirah or forgiveness is not attainable except by the grace of Allah, may He be exalted. The scholars differed as to whether ( ) is better than ( ), and the correct view is that ( ) is better, because it has several levels, including forgiveness for various sins and forgiveness for neglecting to remember Allah ( ), and this is specific to the wise. And the point is forgiveness of previous and future sins, and that does not happen to anyone in this world, except for our Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). Therefore he is the owner of a praiseworthy position and great shafa). It is to him that the hadith of shafa’at is addressed:

 

“Go all of you to Muhammad (peace be upon him), a servant whose previous and future sins have been forgiven”. When Allah Ta’ala had granted him complete forgiveness, which encompassed the world, then the sorrow of shame disappeared and he stood in his position as the owner of the truth with great joy and flattery, so he said:

 

” (I am for my ummah. ….. I am for my ummah. …), while all the Prophets SAW. absolutely does not imply getting forgiveness in the world, and they are only promised to get it in the hereafter. That is why the sign of the prayer of Prophet Ibrahim a.s. :

 

“O our Lord, forgive me and my parents and all the believers on the day of reckoning”. (QS. Ibrahim: 41).

 

“And the one whom I desire most will forgive me my faults on the Day of Resurrection”. (QS. Ash Sh’araa’ : 82).

 

(COVER)

 

In confirming the meaning of At-Taubah, its conditions, its obligations, its perfection and what can help to attain it, as we promised at the beginning of this Book, according to the words of Sayyiduna Umar (ra). After completing the 11 times of istighfaar, we continue with the speech based on the information of Al-Tawbah and Al-Hadith. The verses that relate to “At-Taubah” are the words of Allah .

 

“O you who believe, repent to Allah with the purest repentance”. (QS. At Tahrim: 8).

 

“And whoever does not repent, then they are the wrongdoers”. (QS. Al Hujuraat :11).

 

“And repent ye all unto Allah, O ye who believe, that ye may prosper”. (QS. An Nuur: 31). .

 

“Verily, Allah loves those who repent and loves those who purify themselves” (Al Bagarah: 222).

 

The hadiths that relate to repentance include, . as narrated by Abu Said r.a. that the Prophet Muhammad said:

 

Once upon a time there was a man who had killed 99 people and then he asked about the most skillful worshipper. He was guided to a monk. So he came to him and said: “that he is tired of killing 99 people, is he still able to repent? The monk said “No”, so he killed 100 people.

 

Then he (the murderer) asked about the most pious person, Then he was guided to a ‘alim, and he came to him and said that he had killed 100 people, is there still hope of repentance? He (the pious person) said: “Yes, and who is it that stands between you and repentance? Go (now) to the land of so-and-so…. there you will find those who worship Allah. Worship with them, and do not return to your land, for it is a bad land.

 

Then he went to the country that the pious man had indicated. And when he had reached the middle of his journey, suddenly the angel of death came and took away his soul. The angel of mercy and the angel of doom disputed about the fate of this murderer. Then the Angel of Mercy said: “Surely he has come as one who has repented wholeheartedly before Allah” and the Angel of Doom said: “Surely he has not done any good deeds”.

 

Then came another angel in the form of a man, and he was made the arbiter of the fate of the man who had become a corpse. Then he said: “Measure the distance between the country of his origin and the country of his destination; whichever is nearer to where he is now, that is his share. So they measured and found that the destination was one cubit closer to him, so the Angel of Mercy took him.” (Narrated by Shaikhan).

 

In another narration it is added: “So when it comes to a road, or picks him up, then it points with its chest towards a pious (good) country, then he is made one of the people of that country.”

 

The Prophet (SAW) said: “If all of you had committed a mistake that reached the clouds of the sky, then you repented, Allah would have repented to you”.

 

It was narrated from Al Hasan that he said: “When Allah Almighty granted repentance to Prophet Adam a.s., the angels congratulated him, then Jibril a.s. and the angels a.s. descended and said: “O Adam, be happy for the gift of repentance from Allah SWT. to you”. Adam said: “O Jibril, if after the granting of this repentance there is still a request then where is my position?”. Then Allah SWT. revealed to him (with His words): “O Adam, you have bequeathed to your descendants fatigue and weariness, while I have bequeathed to them “repentance”, so whoever of them prays to Me, I will fulfill it like you when you fulfill My call, and whoever asks for forgiveness, I am not stingy on that forgiveness, because I am! The Most Near and the Most Granting of all prayers. O Adam, I will gather those who repent from their graves in a state of joy and laughter, because I have answered their prayers”.

 

THE CONDITIONS OF REPENTANCE, ITS PERFECTION, AND WHAT HELPS TO ATTAIN IT.

 

The wise scholars said: “The conditions for the validity of repentance are 3 (three) things, namely :

 

  1. Regret for past actions.
  2. Simultaneously detaching oneself from one’s state.
  3. Intend not to repeat the act.

 

Some say that the validity of repentance is fourfold, including knowing the knowledge of the harm of the sin itself. As for what is fard (obligatory), there are four things, namely:

 

  1. Preventing oneself from injustice.
  2. Avoiding things that are forbidden.
  3. Doing good.
  4. Intend to carry out the aim strongly.

 

As for its perfection, there are 6 (six) things, namely:

 

  1. Proving his piety with the trait of wara’
  2. Proving istigamah with honesty
  3. Improving morals in the association of fellow creatures accompanied by tolerance.
  4. Be earnest in charity.
  5. Turning away from all ugliness, disobedience and laziness.
  6. Complete abandonment of all worship except for Allah SWT.

 

As for what can help to obtain true repentance there are 3 (three) things, namely:

 

  1. Abandoning the curiosity of everything.
  2. Feeling that you are always under the supervision of Allah SWT.
  3. Abandoning everything that is haram and shubhat.

 

Someone said: “Whoever has eaten lawful food has obeyed Allah whether he wants to or not.

 

And whoever eats haraam food has disobeyed Allah, whether he wants to or not”. As for man, he follows the religion of his friends. So eat what you like, work what you like, and befriend whoever you like, and you will follow his religion. The mu’min is tame, and can be tamed, so be clever and careful!

 

And among the things that can help a person to attain repentance is (Dhikr of Allah and salutations to the Messenger of Allah SAW.) And the path that is closest in distance for people who are cut off from Allah is “istighfaar” and salutations to the Messenger of Allah SAW. And if he is accustomed to istighfaar and salawat, then he will move on to saying ( ), and if he is accustomed to it, he will move on to saying :

 

And if he becomes accustomed to it, then he will move on to dhikr: ( ), which is :

 

“Glory be to Allah, all praise be to Allah, there is no god but Allah and Allah is the Greatest. There is no power and no strength except with the help of Allah. Allah is the Most High, the Most Great.”

 

Because the dhikr mentioned above is a purifier of the heart, and in that dhikr there is also the initial stage of : “Openness of the heart and its perfection” which will show signs of good fortune in a short time. Abi Musa Al ‘Ash’ari r.a. said:

 

SAW has said:

 

“The hand of Allah is always open for the one who does wrong at night to repent during the day and for the one who does wrong during the day to repent at night, until the sun rises from the West”.

 

“A person’s faith is no longer useful when these three things come out: (1) the Dajjal, (2) the Beast (coming out of the earth), and (3) the Sun rising from the West. |

 

THE 17TH DHIKR AND ITS COMMENTARY

 

Sayyidina Umar has made this dhikr the “closing of the ratib”, and it contains a subtle hint of the hope to attain (a good end of life). He said:

 

O ALLAH, WE ASK FOR MERCY SO THAT WE MAY HAVE KHUSNUL KHATIMAH (GOOD END OF LIFE) 3X

 

Ash-Shalkh ‘Ali said: Sayyidina ‘Umar repeated these words because he was very concerned about this matter. That is because the sufficiency of deeds and the perfection of a servant’s state is at the time of death, which is when he undergoes the process of dying, while at that time he is in the right testimony (reality) and does not appear bad, this is certainly for the righteous servant of Allah.

 

Some of the Kasyaf scholars mention that Iblis appeared to him in the form of a human being whom he recognized, in a thin body, yellow in color, weeping eyes and a hunched back.

 

The seer said to Iblis: “O Iblis, what makes you cry?” Iblis said: “Because of the one who goes for Hajj not for tijarah (trade), if he had gone for trade I would have been happy”.

 

The seer said: “And what is it that makes your body thin?” He (Iblis) said: “The neighing of horses fighting in the way of Allah, and had the neighing of horses been in my way, I would have been happy”.

 

The seer said: “And what changed the color of your skin?” He (Iblis) said: “The help of the congregation in good deeds, and if they had helped in disobedience, I would have been more pleased”.

 

The seer said: “And what is it that boasts that your back is bent?”. He (Iblis) said: “It is what a servant says: “O Allah, I pray to You…husnul khatimah”.

 

I (the devil) said: “Woe to us, because that servant was a smart person (not proud of his deeds) and finally he obtained husnul-khatimah (a good end of life)”.

 

The effect mentioned by the ‘wise man of Kasyaf reinforces and encourages us to ask for “khusnulkhotimah” a lot. May Allah end our lives, those of our parents and loved ones with virtue. Ameen.

 

Let us now begin to study the explanation of the meaning of “Husnul khatimah”, its basis, essence, and signs according to sharee’ah,

 

Know that husnul-khatimah is : “husnul saabigah”, meaning “the good that has been determined from the past (before birth into the world). So whoever was created by Allah as ” ” (a happy person), he will die as ” ” (a happy person), and whoever was created by Allah as ” ” (a wretched person), he will die as ” ” (a wretched person).

 

This is a science that is certain and there is no doubt that it is correct because of the continuity between the evidence of the Gur’an and Sunnah and the evidence of ‘aqli.

 

The verses of the Qur’an that relate to “Husnul Khatimah”‘ are the words of Allah Ta’ala :

 

“Indeed, those for whom We have given them a good decree, they are kept away from the Fire”. (QS. Al Anbiya’: 101).

 

“Whomsoever Allah wills to guide, He will surely make his heart wide for Islam.” (QS. Al An’aam: 125).

 

“Indeed We have created man from a single drop of mixed semen which We wanted to test (with commands and prohibitions), so We made him hear and see. Indeed We have shown him the straight path, some are grateful and some disbelieve”. (Al Insaan: 2-3).

 

“And if We had willed, We would have given to every soul its guidance”. (QS. As Sajadah: 13).

 

“And if your Lord had willed, all the people of the earth would have believed. So do you (want to) force people to become believers?”. (QS. Yunus: 99).

 

“Indeed, you will not be able to guide those whom you love, but Allah guides whom He wills, and Allah knows better those who will receive guidance”. (QS. Al Oashash: 56).

 

“And when that day comes, no one will speak except by His permission, so some of them will be wretched and some of them will be happy”. (QS. Huud: 105):

 

Then Shaykh ‘Ali said: “In the beginning they obtained the help of Allah, so it is obligatory for them to obtain glory in the end.”

 

Al Waasithi has said: “Some passages have been described and some characteristics have been studied on how to attain husnul khatimah, which is by movements or by all efforts”.

 

Abdullah Al Ourassyi said: “Whoever does not have the provisions of the past (while in the womb) as a helper, then: no one can benefit him. And those who are scholars know that the one who gives the atsar is Allah, and so are the causes. That is why Allah’s Prophet Ya’kub (peace be upon him) said to his children:

 

“However, I cannot deliver you from the fate of Allah”. (QS. Yusuf: 67).

 

It is an indication that prudence cannot resist destiny. ..: Muharnmad ibn Ka’b said: “The one whom Allah created in the beginning as a miserable person (in the womb) will be a miserable person, even if he does deeds of the happy ones (people of Paradise), like the devil, who before he was cursed was known as ‘Azazil and worshipped for 100 years, because of his arrogance and did not obey Allah’s command to bow down to Adam (a.s.), he eventually disbelieved and became a wretched creature (people of Hell). And the one whom Allah originally created to be a happy person ( ) will also be a happy person (a member of Paradise) even though he has done the deeds of the wretched ( ) like the sorcerers of Pharaoh ( ). At first they did the deeds of the wretched, then they became happy people (after believing in Allah through Prophet Moses a.s.) it was by the will of Allah in the ancient times that has been valid both regarding guidance and misguidance.

 

The words of Allah Ta’ala : .

 

“A people for whom Allah loves them and they love Him”. (@S.. Al Maaidah: 54).

 

“Are they those who divide the grace of your Lord? We have determined between them their livelihood in the life of the world, and We have elevated some of them above others by some degrees, that some of them may make use of others. And the mercy of your Lord is better than what they have gathered.” (QS. Az Zukhruf: 32).

 

So take note, O slave blessed by Allah, of the provision of past good deeds that Allah has bestowed upon you, as mentioned in the verse, as well as His guidance and His pleasure for those whom He wills.

 

Allah’s words:

 

l “Allah abolishes what He wills and establishes (what He wills), and with Him is the Book (Lauh Mahfuzh)”, (Sūrat Arra’d: 39).

 

Know that His verse is proof that what is called or the good end of life, which is stipulated in ( ) is quite clear because what is erased and stipulated is various things, except happiness (in heaven) and misery (in hell), as reported from Sa’id bin Jubair that he said:

 

“Allah expiates the sins of the servants by His will and then forgives them, and fixes (them) by His will and does not forgive them”. ‘Ikrimah said:

 

“Allah expiates at His will by repentance and establishes virtues in place of those sins”. Al Baghawie mentioned that when Umar r.a. was circumambulating “Al Bait”, he wept while saying :

 

Meaning: “O Allah if You record my name among the happy ones ( ) then establish me therein, and if You record my name among the wretched ones ( ) then blot out my name, and establish me among the happy ones who obtain forgiveness. Verily, You erase what You will and establish what You will, and with You is the Book.

 

Some explained that the meaning of this verse is that the recorder of deeds records all the deeds of Adam’s children and grandchildren, including their words, then Allah erases from the list of the recorder those deeds that are neither meritorious nor sinful, such as the words: “I went in, I came out” etc.

 

Al Kalbi said: “All these sayings are recorded by him so that when Thursday comes, all the deeds that are not rewarded and sinful are left behind (not reported).

 

“Athiyyah said from Ibn ‘Abbas: “A man who obeys Allah, then goes back to disobeying Allah, then dies in misguidance, his good deeds will be wiped out. As for a man who obeys Allah, he is the one who is designated as a happy person (Ahlil Jannah).

 

“There is no change in the words (promises) of Allah”. (QS. Yunus: 64).

 

“No one changes His words”. (QS. Al-An’aam: 115).

 

The hadiths related to “Khusnul Khatimah” are as follows:

 

“It has been narrated from Sayyidatuna ‘Aisha r.a. who said: “The Prophet (SAW) received the body of a child from the children of the Anshaar. Sayyidatuna ‘Aisha r.a. said: “Blessed is a bird from the birds of heaven” Then the Prophet (SAW) said to her: “Don’t you know that Allah SWT. has created heaven and created its inhabitants while they were still in the bones of their fathers. And Allah has created hell and created its inhabitants who were then still in the bones of their fathers”. (Reported by Imam Muslim).

 

The Prophet (SAW) said: “Allah has determined the destiny of His creatures, before creating the heavens and the earth 50,000 (fifty thousand) years, and is His ‘Throne on the water”.

 

He said: “Verily, the heart of the son of Adam is between two fingers of the fingers of Ar Rahman (Allah, the Merciful) like one heart, He changes it as He pleases, then he prayed:   “O Allah, who changes hearts, change our hearts in obedience to You”.

 

Abi Abdirrahman ibn Mas’ud r.a. reported: “The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said and he is the one who is always right and justified: “Verily, each one of you is formed in his mother’s womb in 40 days in the form of nuthfah (thick water). Then it becomes a clot of blood during that time (40 days) then it becomes a lump like a piece of meat, during that time, then an angel is sent to him, so he blows the spirit into him and Jon is commanded (determined) with 4 things: (1) His sustenance is determined, (2) His life is determined. His end (age). 3. His deeds (work). 4. Whether he will be miserable or happy.

 

So by Allah, there is no God but He, verily one of you does the work of the people of heaven so that there is nothing between him and the heaven but a cubit, then God’s decree precedes him, then he does the work of the people of hell, so he enters hell. And indeed one of you did the work of the people of Hell so that there was nothing between him and Hell but a cubit, so he preceded God’s decree upon him, then he did the work of the people of Heaven, so he entered into Hell. (HR Imam Bukhari and Imam Muslim).

 

In one of the narrations of Al Bukhari, SAW, said: “Verily, a servant does the work of the people of Hell while he is from the people of Heaven, and he does the work of the people of Heaven while he is from the people of Hell, and verily, the deed depends on the closing”.

 

From Sahl Bin Hanif r.a. from Rasullah SAW. He said: “Whoever asks Allah (for the rank of martyrdom) earnestly, Allah will grant him even if he dies on his bed”.

 

The Prophet (SAW) said in another hadith: “Know that the children of Adam have been created by Allah in various stages: among them are those who are born as believers, live as mu’min and die as mu’min. And among them are those who are born as disbelievers, live as disbelievers and die as mu’min”. (HR. Abu Sa’id Al Khudri r.a.).

 

The Prophet (SAW) said: “Allah created Adam and tapped him on his right shoulder, and he brought out pure white offspring, like milk. Then he tapped his left shoulder, and Allah brought out offspring that were as black as charcoal, then Allah said: “They (the white ones) are in Paradise and I do not care, and they (the black ones) are in Hell and I do not care”. (Ibn ‘Asakir narrated from Abi Darda’).

 

“This is the provision that precedes that gives good news with “Khusnul khatimah” that follows (at the end of life) or vice versa, namely what happens afterwards, then “we belong to Allah and to him will return” and indeed we will return to Allah and it is enough for us that Allah is the best helper and the best refuge” and there is no power and strength except for the help of Allah, the Most High, the Most Great”. 

 

The Prophet (SAW) said: “If Allah wills good for a servant, he will be maintained”. Someone asked: “How will he be maintained? He said: “He will be guided to do good deeds before the time of death, then his soul will be taken away.”

 

And Ibn ‘Abbas r.a. said: “At that time I was near the Prophet. Then he turned to me and said: “O son. maintain (your relationship with) Allah. surely you will find Him (being) in front of you. Or he said: in your face.” Recognize (remember) Allah when you are in happiness (surely) He will recognize you when you are in distress. If you ask for something, ask Allah, and if you ask for help, ask Allah. (The decree of) Al-Oalam has taken effect as it is. If all creatures tried to benefit you in whatever Allah has not decreed for you, they would not be able to. And if they tried to harm you for what Allah has not decreed for you, they would not be able to do so”.

 

If you can do it with patience and confidence, then do it; and if you cannot, then be patient, for in patience, there is much virtue. And know that Allah’s help lies in patience, that ease of heart will come after the disappearance of trials, and that ease will come after the disappearance of hardships”.

 

DEATH IS ALREADY IN ITS APPOINTED PLACE

 

It is said that one day when Prophet Solomon was sitting with his companions, suddenly the Angel of Death (Izrail a.s) came and sat with them. The angel of death looked at one of the companions of the Prophet Solomon ibn Dawud a.s with a very sharp look that caused fear in the person who was seen, so that he finally left the majlis. Then his companion (seatmate) asked: “O Prophet of God, who is that man?” Prophet Solomon replied: “He is the Angel of Death.”

 

He said: “O Prophet of God, I saw him looking at me for a long time, so that I was afraid that he would take my life, so please save me from him!”. Prophet Solomon said: “How can I save you?” He said: “You command the wind to take me to the land of India, so that the Angel of Death will regret and not meet me.”

 

So the Prophet Solomon immediately ordered the wind to bring his friend to the farthest place from the Land of India. And right at the time of the departure of his friend, the Angel of Death also went to India and revoked his spirit there, then he returned to the Prophet Sulaiman a.s..

 

Prophet Solomon said to him: “Why did you look at my friend for so long?” He (Angel of Death) replied: “I was ordered to revoke his spirit in the land of India, while that land is far away, and finally I was also met there, because he had been brought by the wind there, and that was the place determined by Allah Ta’ala, and I took his life there.

 

It is narrated that some of the wise said: “It is not my weeping and my sorrow for my sins and my lusts that are unworthy of me except that which is in me”. Indeed, as long as a person is alive, even if he is a disbeliever, he is expected to be a Muslim. And if he is a Muslim, it is to be feared that he will become a disbeliever, because this world is not a land of tranquility for a creature until he has been given the good news of becoming one of the saints of the saints of Allah, as indicated by His words:

 

Remember, verily, the guardians of Allah have no fear for them nor do they grieve. (They are those who believe and they always fear. For them is glad tidings in the life of this world and (in the life) of the Hereafter.

 

There is no change in the words (promises) of Allah”. (QS. Yunus: 62-64).

 

It has been narrated from Anas r.a. who said: “It was the Messenger of Allah SAW. When he finished the prayer, he prayed: “O Allah, make the best of my life at its end, and the best of my deeds at its close. And make the best of my day is the day I meet Your presence”:.

 

Wahbi bin Manbah said: “When Prophet Musa a.s recited the alwah, he received the virtues of the Ummah of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

 

So he (Moses a.s.) said: “O my Lord, whose blessed ummah is this that I find in the alwaah?”. Allak said: “They are the Ummah of Muhammad, they are pleased with the little I have given them, and I am pleased with their little deeds. I entered one of them into heaven with “Shahadah Laa Ilaaha Illailah”. He (Moses a.s.) said: “My Lord, I find in the alwaah an ummut that will be gathered on the Day of Resurrection looking like the full moon, make them from my ummah!”. Allah said: “They are the Ummah of Muhammad; I will gather them on the Day of Resurrection with bright faces. 

 

(He (Moses a.s.) said: “O my Lord, I find in the alwaah a Ummah for whom You died on their backs, while their swords and temple heads were on their shoulders asking permission to fight in every region against the dajjaal, make them of my Ummah”. Allah said: “They are the people of Muhammad”. He (Moses a.s.) said: “O my Lord, I found in the alwaah a Ummah who prayed five times a day at five times a day, and the doors of the heavens were opened for them and mercy was sent down to them; make them of my Ummah”.

 

Allah said: “They are the Ummah of Muhammad”, Ya (Moses a.s.) said: “My Lord. I find in the alwaah, a Ummah whom You have made the earth for them a mosque (place of prostration) that is holy, and You have made lawful for them the property left by the enemy, ( ). Make them of my Ummah!”. Allah said: “They are the Ummah of Muhammad. He (Moses a.s.) said: “O my Lord, I find in the alwaah a people who fast for You in the month of Ramadan, whom You forgive their previous sins, make them of my Ummah!”. Allah said: “They are the Ummah of Muhammad”. He (Moses a.s.) said: “O my Lord, I find in the alwaah, a people who perform hajj for You in the “AI Bait” to fulfill a desire, they cry loudly and thunderously with talbiah to You make them of my Ummah!”. Allah.says: “They are the Ummah of Muhammad”. He (Moses a.s.) said: “What have You given them, O Rabbi?” Allah said: “I have given them forgiveness, the peace of those after them”. He (Moses) said: “O my Lord, I find in the alwaah, a Ummah who ask forgiveness from sins, one of them bribes something into his mouth, and the food does not stay in his stomach until he is forgiven because (his food) begins with basmalah and ends with hamdalah, make them from my Ummah!”. Allah says: “They are the Ummah of Muhammad”. He (Moses a.s.) said: “O my Lord, I find in the alwaah, a Ummah whose gospels (Qur’an) are in their chests, and they recite them. make them of my Ummah!”. Allah said: “They are of the Ummah of Muhammad!” He (Moses a.s.) said: “O my Lord, I find in the alwaah, a Ummah that if one of them will do a good deed and he has not done it, it will be recorded for him one good deed and if he does it, it will be recorded for him 10 good deeds up to 700 times. Make them of my Ummah!”. Allah said: “They are the Ummah of Muhammad”.

 

He (Moses a.s.) said: “O my Lord, I find in the alwaah a Ummah, which when it is about to do a bad deed and it has not been done, it is not recorded, and if it is done, it will be recorded for him a bad deed of suja, make them from my Ummah!”. Allah said: “They are the unmal of Muhammad”. Ya (Moses a.s.) said: “O Allah I find in an alwaah a Ummah, they are the best of people who invite to the path of goodness and prevent from evil, make them my Ummah!”, Allah said: “They are the Ummah of Muhammad” He (Moses a.s.) said: “O my Lord, I find in the alwaah an ummah, which will be gathered on the Day of Judgment in 3 (three) groups, one group will enter heaven without a busab, one group will be judged in a simple way (facilitated) and one group that is cleansed of its sins, then they enter heaven make them from my ummah!”, Allah said: “They are the Ummah of Muhammad”.

 

He (Musa a.s.) said: “O my Lord, You have spread this virtue for Ahmad (Muhammad) and his ummah, so make me one of his ummah”‘. Allah said to Moses:

 

“Indeed, I have chosen you above other human beings to carry My message and to speak directly with Me, so hold fast to what I have given you and be among the grateful”. (QS. Al A’raaf: 144).

 

CHAPTER MENTIONS HUSNUL – KHATIMAH AND SIGNS OF SU ‘UL – KHOTIMAH

 

As for the verses related to “husnul-khatimah” are the words of Allah Ta’ala :

 

“Whoever does righteous deeds, whether male or female, in a state of faith, We shall surely give him a good life, and We shall surely reward him with a better reward than that which he has done”. (QS. An Nahl: 97).

 

“So are those whose hearts Allah opens to Islam and they receive light from their Lord the same as those whose hearts are petrified? So great is the misfortune of those who have helped their hearts to remember Allah. They are in manifest error.” (QS. Az Zumar: 22).

 

Indeed, those who say: “Our Lord is Allah” and they establish their position, angels will descend upon them (saying): “Fear not, nor be grieved, and rejoice in the Paradise which Allah has promised you. We are your protectors in this life and in the Hereafter: therein you shall have what you desire and therein you shall have what you ask for. As a dish (for you) from God, the Forgiving, the Merciful”. (QS. Fush Shilat: 30-32).

 

“Verily, those who are devoted are indeed in a paradise full of bliss. And indeed those who disobey are indeed in hell”. (QS. Al Infithaar: 13-14).

 

The hadiths related to “husnul khatimah” are as follows:

 

“The Prophet (SAW) said: “The happy mu’min is the one who lives a long life in obedience to Allah, and the wretched is the one who lives a long life in disobedience to Allah”.

 

“The Prophet (SAW) said: “Whoever wants to see his position with Allah, let him see the position of ‘Azza wa Jalla in his heart. Indeed, Allah, the Most Holy, places a servant with Him according to the servant’s own placement of His Essence in his heart.”

 

“The Prophet (SAW) said: “Whoever longs for heaven will hasten to do good deeds, whoever fears hellfire will give up lust, whoever watches for death will give up all delights, whoever lives zuhud (turning away from worldly affairs) will feel light in the face of all calamities”.

 

“From Umarah bin Ruubiyah r.a. he has said : “The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said: “A person will not enter Hellfire as long as he prays before sunrise and before sunset, namely the Fajr and ‘Asr prayers”. (Reported by Muslim, Abu Dawud and An Nasa’i)..,

 

“The Prophet (SAW) said: ‘Whoever loves me should follow my sunnah, and he said: “You should follow the sunnah of the righteous caliphs after me, and bite down hard on it with your teeth”.

 

“The Messenger of Allah (SAW) made a special wish to ‘Aisha r.a. when he said: “If you wish to follow me, do not associate with the rich and do not take off your shirt until you have patched it yourself”.

 

“In a hadith it is also mentioned from Umar r.a. He said: “The Prophet (SAW) said: “Verily, among the servants of Allah, there are people who are neither prophets nor martyrs. They will be favored by the prophets and martyrs on the Day of Judgment because of their high position with Allah.”

 

They asked: “O Messenger of Allah, will you tell us who they are?” He replied: “They are a people who love each other for the sake of Allah, while they themselves are not related to each other or share property. By Allah, their faces shine with nur. They do not fear when people fear, nor do they grieve when people grieve. Then he recited this verse: “Remember, the guardians of Allah have no fear for them nor do they grieve”. (QS. Yunus: 62).

 

“Salman Al Faarisi said: “I heard the Messenger of Allah (SAW) say: “Look at a mayyit at the time of his death on three things: When his forehead is speckled (sweaty), his eyes shed tears and water comes out of his nostrils, then it is a sign that Allah’s mercy has descended on him (husnul-khatimah). And when he groans like a delirious person, and reddens his color and blackens the corners of his mouth, then it is a sign that Allah’s punishment has descended upon him (suu’ul-kharimah).

 

Al Umari said: “And among the signs of “husnul khatimah” with virtue, is that one will be granted the guidance to do good deeds, as explained in the noble hadeeth :

 

“If Allah wills good for a servant, Allah will send an angel to him before his death one year, (the angel) will straighten him, give him guidance until he meets his death at the best time, and the people will say: “So-and-so has passed away at the best time”. So if, while he is in the process of dying, he sees all the blessings that Allah has prepared for him, so that he gives up worldly desires and still wants to get out (of them), then there he wants to meet Allah and Allah wants to meet him. And if Allah wills evil for a servant (we seek refuge with Allah from it), Allah will assign a shaytan to him before his death one year, he (the shaytan) will mislead him and plunge him until he meets his death in the worst of times.”

 

He (Al Umari) also said: “And among the signs of “suu’ulkhatimah” (bad end of life), we seek refuge in Allah, are 4 (four) things :

(1.) Underestimating prayer.

(2) Drinking wine.

(3.) Disobedience to parents.

(4.) Disturbing the Muslims.

 

EXPLAIN A LITTLE ABOUT WHAT BEQUEATHS HUSNUL – KHOTIMAH

 

May Allah guide us to His pleasure, and help us to always obey Him: “That which causes a person to be in the best possible state, should always be obeyed, whether in speech, deeds or beliefs.

 

Regarding speech, let us be able to concretize : 2 (two) kalimah shahada with a lot of dhikr, and live it in our souls, as described some time ago in speech:

 

As for actions, these are: “Prayers, zakat, fasting, hajj, etc. including: obligatory and sunnah practices, as well as having praiseworthy morals and refraining from reprehensible morals, as written by Hujjatul Islam Al Ghazali in “AI Ihyaa” which consists of : Worship, customs, things that harm and save.

 

As for the i’tiqaadaat, this is what is encapsulated in the ‘agidah of ahlis-sunnah waljama’ah, which, if explained here, would be lengthy. If a mu’min who has been guided to do the aforementioned deeds to the best of his ability and to avoid what Allah has forbidden of things that are haraam, doubtful, makrooh and other things that are disapproved of by sharee’ah, especially establishing the five daily prayers in accordance with their conditions and rules, then we can expect him to attain the highest level of beauty,

 

viz: ” or the end of a good life, as a gift, mercy and grace from Allah SWT.

 

It is mentioned in a hadith:

 

“A person will die according to his deeds while he was alive, and will be resurrected according to the state at the end of his life (husnul-khatimah or suu’ul-khatimah”.

 

THE VIRTUE OF PRACTICING WIRID AND DHIKR

 

Among the things that cause “husnul-khatimah” is to make a habit of reciting wirid and dhikr at every time one does something, from the time one goes to bed to the time one goes back to sleep.

 

The scholars have said: “It is mustahabb to sleep on the right side of the stomach, facing the qiblah, like the dead person when he is laid in the grave. Since sleep is essentially a kind of death, a reasonable person should examine the state of his heart when he sleeps. If he sees good in his heart, he should thank Allah, or repent and seek forgiveness (maghfirah), so that he will not have a bad end to his life. May Allah protect us from suu’ul-khatimah”. According to custom, a person will die according to his deeds when he was alive, and will be resurrected according to his state when he underwent death. They (the scholars) said: “Do not sleep unless you are pure (ablution), pure both outwardly and inwardly. As for external purity, it is through ablution.”

 

In the hadith of the Prophet Muhammad, it is mentioned:

 

“Whoever sleeps in a state of purity (ablution) and remembers Allah, he is recorded as one who is praying until he wakes up (from sleep).” As for inner purity, the main thing is to keep an eye on the heart, namely that you sleep in a state of repentance from all sins, pure heart from being spiteful towards someone from the Muslims, and this is the greatest worship and the most important purity.

 

“In a hadith, Abdillah bin Umar ra. mentions to the Prophet SAW, ‘: said to him : “There has appeared from this valley a man who is considered to be the most devoted to worship on this earth”. Or as he said: “So Abdullah kept following the man in his house because he wanted to see what he was doing. Then he saw that he was not the founder of night prayers or fasting a lot. So he asked him, and then he told him what the Prophet (SAW) had said about him. He said to Abdullah: “He (the man) is nothing but what you see, other than I spend the night without containing in my heart a feeling of envy for someone from the Muslims” So Abdullah admitted that he was one of the inhabitants of the earth who was considered the most devoted to worship. And this hadeeth is “well known”, ma’nanya: “Whoever dies with envy for one of the Muslims in his heart will not smell the smell of Paradise”.

 

THE VIRTUE OF SHORT FUSE – WISHFUL THINKING

 

Among the things that bequeath “husnul-khotimah” is “short-sightedness”, because it will lead to the improvement of deeds. Some of the salaf said: “Whoever has a long imagination, his deeds will be bad”.

 

The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said:

 

Meaning: “Death is nearer, the unseen awaits”. And he also said:

 

“The first survivor of this Ummah (Muslim Ummah) will be zuhud and yagiin, and the last of this Ummah will perish with greed and wishful thinking.” The Prophet (SAW) said:

 

“What I fear most for you is following your passions and daydreaming. As for following lust, it will hinder from the truth, while wishful thinking will forget the Hereafter (so that) he does not do good deeds for it, and whoever does not do good deeds for it, he will come to the Hereafter bankrupt of good deeds because of which, he will not attain salvation and good fortune in the Hereafter.” In a hadith it is also mentioned:

 

“Consider yourself in this world as a stranger or a passer-by”. When the Prophet was asked: “Who are the intelligent people?” He replied:

 

“They are the most mindful of death and best prepared (for death), they are the astute ones, having passed (by obtaining the glory of this world and the pleasures of the Hereafter”.

 

Therefore, no one sleeps unless he has prepared his will, for fear of the sudden arrival of death. And sudden death is in fact a blessing for the mu’min who has prepared himself for it, while for the disobedient, sudden death is a disaster to face Allah because he has forgotten Him.

 

Let him strive so that what flows on his tongue and in his heart is.”  “(remembering Allah). And when he awakes from sleep, let him remember Allah. That is the sign of happiness, by obtaining “husnul-khatimah” and “shahadah” when undergoing death.

 

Insha Allah Ta’ala. Ameen.

 

SOME THINGS THAT INHERIT “HUSNUL – KHOTIMAH”

 

O my brother, let you do 4 things: which will lead to husnul-khotimah and firm faith when undergoing death, namely:

 

(1) Gratitude for the blessings of Islam.

 

(2) Fear of the loss of Islam.

 

(3) Abandoning unjust actions against Muslims.

 

(4) Abandoning disobedience to parents.

 

And among the things that bequeath “husnul-khotimah” and death in Islam is hastening to write a will for those who have wealth.

 

Among the blessed prayers, when practiced will bequeath “husnul-khotimah” in the period that has preceded and at the end of life. The prayer is also commonly practiced on the night of Nishfu Sha’ban, on which all matters full of wisdom, including Allah’s provisions regarding death, sustenance, etc. are recorded as confirmed by the hadith of the Prophet Muhammad SAW.

 

This du’aa has been quoted by Ash-Shaykh Abul Khair Ash-Sharji, who said: “The du’aa was written by al-Fagih Al ‘Alim Shalih Abi Bakr ibn Ahmad Da’siin (rahimahullah) Ta’ala who said: “I imla’kan (dictated) the prayer to Br. Al Fagih Al ‘Alaamah Abdullah bin As’ad Al Yaaf” on the way to Madinah of the Messenger of Allah (SAW) in 733: “This is the prayer”

 

Meaning: “O Allah, the Most Great, the Most Gracious, the One of wealth and favor, there is no God worthy of worship but You, the four refugees and the Protector of those who seek refuge and the place of security for those who fear”.

 

O Allah, if You have appointed me in the Book as one of those who are wretched, or forbidden, or lacking in provision, then remove from the Book my wretchedness, my forbidding, and my lack of provision. And establish me with You as one who is happy, blessed, and endowed with good fortune. Indeed, You have said in Your Holy Book which You revealed to Your Prophet whom You sent: “Allah abolishes what He wills and establishes (what He wills), and with Him lies the Ummul-Kitah” OS. Ar Ra’du: 39).

 

It should be known by people who really want to gain happiness when undergoing death, namely: 2 (two) kalimah shahada, always carry out the fard commands, such as the five daily prayers, shaum, zakat and hajj.

 

As for dhikrullah, it is also one of the most important obligations that should be performed at all times according to the circumstances.

 

While the dhikr that is said when going to sleep (before lying down) is: “mention Your name O Allah, I live and I die”.

 

 “Glory be to Allah” 33x:

 “Praise be to God” 33x:

 “Allah is great” 33x:

 and the 100th number is completed by saying :

 

“There is no God but Allah, the One and Only, there is no partner for Him, He is the Lord of the kingdom and to Him be all praise, He is the One who gives life and He is the One who gives death and He is the Lord of all things”.

 

Then read:

 

“Praise be to Allah, Who has fed and watered us, provided for us and protected us, so how many people have no provider and no provider”. Then recite:

 

(Qul huwallahu ahad, Alfalaq and Qul a’uudzu birabbinas). Then he should put it on his palms and rub it over all parts of his body from his head to his toes three times, then lay down and say:

 

“With the mention of Your asmas, O my Lord, I lay my lamb, and with Your asmas I lift it up. If You restrain me, then forgive me and if You release me, then preserve me, with what You have preserved Your righteous servants”. (HR. Al-Jama’ah).

 

You should lie on your right side with your palm under your right cheek, while saying the prayer:

 

“O Allah, save me from Your punishment on the day You resurrect Your servants. O Allah, I surrender myself to You, I turn my face to You, I surrender all my affairs to You and I protect my back to You, out of hope (of Your pleasure) and fear (of Your wrath). There is no refuge and no place of salvation from You except (taking refuge) in You. I have believed in Your Book (the Qur’an) which You revealed and I have also believed in Your Prophet (Muhammad SAW) whom You sent”.

 

Then say istighfar 3x

 

“I ask forgiveness of Allah, the Most High, of whom there is no God but He, the Ever-Living, the Eternal, who continually takes care of His creatures, and I repent to Him”.

 

And when you wake up in the middle of the night, you should say :

 

“Then his sins will be forgiven, even if they are as numerous as the foam of the sea”.

 

‘Abdullāh ibn ‘Umar (may Allah be pleased with him) said to ‘Abdullāh ibn Muthi’ that there is no Muslim servant who says when he wakes up from sleep:

 

“Glory be to Allah, Who gives life to the dead, and He is in control of all things”, except that he will be guided at the time of his resurrection, and no one will be guided at the time of his resurrection (from his grave) except that he will be saved from the calamity of the Day of Resurrection. And when ra wakes up (from sleep), then the first thing that creeps on his tongue and heart is the dhikr of Allah SWT. He immediately says :

 

Which means: “There is no God but Allah, the One, the One who has the kingdom and to Him belongs all praise and He is in control of everything. Glory be to Allah, and all praise be to Allah, and there is no God but Allah and Allah is the Greatest, and there is no power and strength except with the help of Allah, the Most High, the Most Great. Glory be to You, O Allah, our Lord, and all praise be to You. O Allah, I ask forgiveness from You for my sins and I ask for Your mercy. O my Lord, increase my knowledge, and do not misguide my heart, after You have guided me, and grant from Your side mercy, surely You are the Bestower. Praise be to Allah who has brought us to life, after putting us to death, and to Him we shall return. We have been in the morning, and the kingdom belongs to Allah, and praise be to Allah, the Majesty, the Power, the Glory, and the Dominion belong to Allah, the Sustainer of the universe”.

 

We are in the morning on the fitrah of Islam, and the sentence of sincerity, as adherents of the religion of our Prophet Muhammad SAW. and followers of the millah of our father Ibrahim as Muslims and he is not among the polytheists. We approve of Allah as your Lord, Islam as your religion and Muhammad SAM. as our Prophet and Messenger of Allah to you. O our Lord, we have believed in what You have revealed, and we have obediently followed the Messenger (Muhammad SAW), so include us among those who bear witness (to the oneness of Allah).

 

Then he recited:

 

THE VIRTUE OF LOVING THE PROPHETS, SAINTS AND RIGHTEOUS ONES

 

Among the things that bequeath “husnul-khotimah”, including good provisions that are pleasing to Allah, both in the past and in the future, are husnudzdzan (prejudice), the correct agidah (belief), sincere love in the heart and outside to the prophets, the messengers of Allah, their companions, and the saints of Allah who are close to Him. The same applies to the pious mu’min, the scholars who practice their knowledge, and in general to all Muslims. “Whoever loves a people will be gathered with them (on the Day of Judgment), even if he does not do their deeds”. (Hadith in Sahih Bukhari).

 

“A man said to Abi Yazid: “Show me a deed that will bring me closer to Allah”. He (Abu Yazid) said: “Love the guardians of Allah, so that they love you. Then surely Allah will look into their hearts. May Allah see your name in the hearts of His guardians (for which) Allah will forgive you”.

 

Some of them say: “Being prejudiced against the pious will bequeath “husnul-khotimah”. So beware, my brother, of being prejudiced against the lovers of Allah, for if you are prejudiced against them, you will fall in the sight of Allah and deserve His wrath. For He has said: “Whoever is hostile to My wali, I allow him to be fought”.

 

Therefore, you should love the saints of Allah and seek their causes and that is what is required. And I warn you not to neglect it, because it is a fortune for the one who is granted saufig by Allah Ta’ala. Allah the Gracious says: “They will be with those to whom Allah has granted ni’mal, viz: The prophets, the righteous, the martyrs and the righteous, and they are the best of companions”. (QS. An Nisaa’ : 69).

 

As for love for them, it is justification for the elevation of their magaam (rank), approaching them, serving them, loving them perfectly and sacrificing with one’s soul and wealth to gain their pleasure, when necessary for the sake of Allah Ta’ala:

 

CLOSING

 

To conclude, we would like to explain about the attributes of “almaut” and “barzakh”, which consist of various changes and conditions, with the aim that you know that what you have and the deeds you have done will be your full burden and responsibility.

 

Verily you will die, as your parents, your parents’ parents, your relatives and others have died, as you know the way they died.

 

We have mentioned this issue briefly, so that it may be studied and learned from by those who think. For a detailed explanation of death, please read the book of Ihyaa’ on ( ) written by Al Imam Al Ghazali, and the book of : ( etc. ) written by him as well. For they are the best “writings” on the subject.

 

Ash Sharji said: “Two scholars were studying the book of al-Ihyaa’ when one of them died. Then his friend had a dream and asked him: “Tell me about death!”. Ta said: “O my brother, what Al Ghazali mentioned in Al Ihyaa’ is correct, and does not contradict anything.

 

Then we will conclude this book with “Hadith Syafa’ah Al Masyhur”, which we need to explain the state of the “Padang Mahsyaar” and the occurrence of the “Day of Judgment” and that concludes this book. We leave everything to Allah, and to Him we put our trust.

 

The attributes of the Almighty and ‘Alam barzakh, as narrated by the Prophet’s hadith, are as follows:

 

“THE NATURE OF DEATH AND THE BEYOND”

 

In a long hadith the Messenger of Allah (SAW) said: (which means): “When the son of Adam has enough sustenance and age, and his death has come, (then) there will come to him four angels who will take his life from his face and legs. Because of the severity of the suffering, he thought that the sky had fallen on the earth, while he was in the midst of it. It was as if he had a branch in his stomach, which a strong man was pulling so hard that his bowels were cut open. Then his forehead will sweat, his face will turn yellow, his chest will swell, and his ribs will be raised”.

 

All this, because of the greatness of the suffering he felt. Then the body dies, member by member….and death creeps into each member, and there is what is called “sakaraat by sakaraat” (the retraction of the spirit), until as soon as the spirit reaches the esophagus, it is cut off from the sight of the world and its inhabitants, and the Hereafter and its calamities are seen before it. Then the door of repentance is closed in the morning, and there are various tests before him regarding his religion.

 

Then came Iblis and his cursed army in the form of those whom he had recognized from his friends whom Allah had called in the past. They said to him: “O so-and-so, die a Jew or a Christian, for that is the religion accepted by Allah”.

 

At that time, Allah will mislead whom He wills and establish the faith of whom He wills. So if his faith is strong, and his obedience can defeat the devil, then the angel of mercy comes and drives the devils away from him. And if his faith is weak, his obedience is not there, and he has many ma’siat, then he will be told by Iblis and his army, then he was misled from the religion of Allah, and he died as a disbeliever, which is appropriate to stay in hellfire forever except for those who are blessed by Allah SWT. They said: “Most people who go astray from the religion of Allah are those who neglect prayer, drink alcohol, extort money, murderers, adulterers with their lord’s wives, and continue in sin without repentance. May Allah Ta’ala protect us all.

 

When the Angel of Death has taken away the soul, then if it is the soul of a happy person, then he hands it over to his angel assistants who are all handsome in appearance while the soul itself smells good because of the fragrance of his good deeds. Then the soul is carried up to the seventh heaven faster than lightning. Every time it passed by the inhabitants of the sky, they greeted it with the words: “Welcome, who have you brought?”. How happy the servant was then they praised him on the basis of his deeds which also went up from his prayers, alms, fasting ilawah, etc. until the servant angel arrived in front of Allah. until the attendant angel arrived before Allah Ta’ala. Then the spirit of the servant was reprimanded by his Lord for mistakes that were not known except by Allah SWT. until the servant thought that he would perish, then he was blessed by his Lord with His words: “O My servant, do not be afraid, I cover (your mistakes) in the world with My patience, then I forgive you with My pleasure”. Then Allah commands (the auxiliary angel) to return him (i.e. the spirit) to his merit.

 

And if it is the soul of a wretched servant, then it is handed over by the angel of death to the Angel Zabaniah, whose faces are ugly, cruel and sadistic. Then the soul is brought up, while the smell is very foul because of the rottenness of his bad deeds.

 

Whenever the Zabaniah knocks on the door of the heavens of the world, the guardian says: “No congratulations and no ease for so-and-so. We cursed him when he walked the earth, so how can we open the doors of the heavens for him?” And the one who omits prayer will be rejected by his prayer saying: “Allah will not eliminate you, just as you have eliminated me and had you kept me, Allah would have kept you. As for the one who breaks the bonds of friendship, his bonds of friendship will be rejected by his prayer, saying: “Allah has severed you, just as you have severed me. And if you had connected me, Allah would have connected you.”

 

And so every bad character that covers him, then he dies without repenting of that bad character, it is feared that it will deprive him of the mercy of Allah.

 

And if the angels of Zabaniah, hearing what is said to the soul of the servant, simultaneously release it from their hands while cursing, then the soul slides and the sky until it returns to its evil body. When the soul returns to the body and the corpse has been shrouded, the soul clings to the chest and screams with a very loud scream that is heard by all except the jinn and humans who do not hear it.

 

And if it is a happy soul, then it says: “Hurry up and take me to heaven and the pleasure of Allah, how happy I would be, if my people knew that my Lord has forgiven me and honored me”. And if it is a wretched soul, then it says: “Slowly, what kind of torment will I be brought to?”. When his burial is complete, they will clamp his grave with a very hard clamp until his bones are crushed.

 

“The Prophet SAM said: “Verily, the grave has a pressure, and if anyone can be saved from it. then Sa’d bin Mu’adz will be saved, who because of his death. has shaken the ‘Throne of the Most Merciful”. (Ar Rahman).

 

Then, enter into his grave Munkar and Nakir two angels whose appearance is all black and blue, their voices are like thunderbolts, their two eyes are like lightning that strikes. Each of them carries an iron hammer, which if it is struck against a mountain, the mountain will be destroyed.

 

Both will ask the deceased: “Who is your Lord, what is your religion, and who is your prophet?”. Then whoever is established in faith. will answer: “A/lah is my Lord. Islam is my religion, and Muhammad is my Prophet”.

 

Then one said to the other: “He was right in what he said, and he has been spared from our punishment.” Then Allah, the Exalted, expanded his grave, and the ground became water and moved until it was wide. Then Allah Ta’ala expanded his grave, the ground was made into water and moved until it became spacious. Then the door to heaven was opened for him so that he could see his home (in heaven) and smell the fragrant odor (of heaven). Then his good deeds are manifested in the most beautiful form. His good deeds will be with him forever, conversing with him and comforting him until the Day of Judgment. So immediately his grave is transformed into one of the gardens of the gardens of heaven.

 

As for the wretched person, when Munkar and Nakir ask him about his Lord, his religion and his prophet, he will lose his mind, because he is very afraid, and he will say: “I do not know.” If he worships Shaitan, it will be said to him: If he worships the Shaitan, it will be said to him: “His Lord is the Shaitan”, and he will be beaten with a blow that will cause the fire to burn, and he will be buried until the Day of Resurrection. Then the door to Hell will be opened for him. Through that door, he sees his place in Hellfire. Not long after, his bad deeds come in the worst form.

 

As for the deeds of the wrongdoer, they will be transformed into the form of a large snake that will continue to bite him until the Day of Judgment. As for the deeds of a person whose occupation is complaining, they will be transformed into the form of a large scorpion that will continue to sting him until the Day of Judgment. As for the deeds of the one who gossips about others, they will be transformed into the form of a mad dog that will continue to hurt him until the Day of Resurrection. And other bad deeds will be transformed into bad creatures according to their deeds. As for the one who commits suicide, the knife will always be in his hand. And with that knife, he will continue to kill himself while his grave becomes one of the pits of hellfire and on the Day of Resurrection will be a place of very painful torment.

 

The Prophet said: “The grave is the first of the houses of the Hereafter. So if the occupant is saved from it, then what comes afterward will be easier, and if he is not saved from it, then what comes afterward will be more terrible than it.”)

 

Verily, when a dead person is buried, his good deeds will come. If the torment comes from the direction of his head, it will be rejected by his recitation of the OGur’an. And if it comes from the direction of his feet, it will be rejected by his prayers. And if it comes from the direction of his hands, it will be rejected by his charity. So all his acts of worship will repel these punishments, just as a person repels something from his brothers.

 

Then the Angel of Doom said to him: “Indeed, the best defense is the good deeds that you have prepared for this day, and if you had not prepared good deeds, you would have received the punishment”.

 

HADITH ABOUT SYAFA’AH As for this hadith about shafa’ah, it is a praiseworthy magoom for our Prophet Muhammad SAW. which is required by His words:

 

“And in part of the night, pray tahajjud as an additional act of worship for you; may your Lord raise you to a place of praise.” (QS. Al Israa’ : 79).

 

That is as narrated by Al Bukhari and Muslim from Abi Hurairah ra. he has said: “Once we were with the Messenger of Allah SAW. in an invitation, suddenly presented to him an arm (meat) that made him interested, then he took a bite, then he said :

 

Meaning: “I am the leader of the children of Adam on the Day of Resurrection Do you know what that is about? Allah will gather the former and the latter in a field (padang mahsyar). They will be seen by the All-Seeing and heard by the All-Calling. The sun will be high above their heads, and the people will have reached the peak of their sorrow and exhaustion, which they will not be able to endure any longer.”

 

Some people say: “Do you not know your suffering? Do you not know who can invoke your Lord for you?”. Some of the people said to each other: “Adam”, then they came to Adam and said: “O Prophet Adam, you are the father of mankind, whom Allah created with His power and breathed into you from His spirit, and He commanded the angels to bow down to you, so they bowed down to you and you were placed in His paradise. We ask you to ask your Lord’s favor for us. Do you not know how much we are suffering (now)”. Prophet Adam said: “Verily my Lord, today is very angry, with a wrath that has never happened before and will not happen afterward. I was forbidden to approach the tree (khuldi), but I violated it. “nafsii-nafsii” (myself: I cannot help others). Go you to others, go to Noah!”.

 

So they went to Noah a.s and said: “O Noah, you are the first messenger of Allah sent to the inhabitants of the earth, you have been named by Allah as a grateful servant ( ) do not you know how much we suffer”. Then they begged him to hasten the process of determining their law. He said: “Verily, my Lord is very angry today, with a wrath that has never happened before or since. And indeed I have a case of da’wah that I did to my people, “Nafsii…nafsii…” go you to the others!. I have done da’wah for which I have drowned the inhabitants of the earth, and I am ashamed of Allah to ask for intercession in this state of mine, but go to Ibrahim Khalilurrahmaan, he is the one who named you Muslims from the beginning, may he be able to intercede for you.”

 

Then they deliberated among themselves for 1000 years. Then they came to Prophet Ibrahim a.s. and said :

 

“O Prophet Ibrahim, the father of the Muslims, whom Allah has appointed as a khalit (close friend, i.e. lover of Allah), please ask your Lord for us to hasten the judgment on us among the creatures!”. He said to them: “Verily, my Lord is very angry today, with a wrath that has never happened before or since, and verily, I have lied in Islam : 3 (three) lies with which I have argued about the religion of Allah Ta’ala. I am ashamed of Allah to ask for intercession in this state of mine, but go you to Moses a.s. Indeed Allah Ta’ala has elevated him. Verily, Allah Ta’ala has appointed him as “one who is spoken to ( )and appointed him as “one who is saved ( ) “so that he may give you intercession”. –

 

Then they deliberated among themselves for 1,000 years, while the situation was getting worse and the Mahshar field was getting crowded with people. Then they came to Prophet Musa a.s. and said: “O Moses ibn ‘Imran, you are the one whom God has made a “kaliim”‘ (one to whom He speaks) and approached as a “najiyyullah”‘ (one whom God saves) and has revealed the Torah to you, so please ask your Lord to intercede for us, in determining the law. Indeed, we have stood for a long time in a state of great jostling and have even our feet, while the disbelievers and Muslims have felt very tired because of the long standing”. Then Prophet Moses said to them: “Verily, I have asked Allah to punish Pharaoh and his people by bringing a long drought, and he has made them an example for those who come later, so I feel ashamed of Allah to ask for His intercession in this state of mine, because of the causes that occurred in the prayer between me and Allah, which appear to be proposals for disaster, but Allah is the owner of the most extensive mercy and the Lord of the Most Forgiving. Go to ‘Isa (peace be upon him), for he was the Messenger who was the most correct in his belief and the most knowledgeable of Allah, and the most zuhud (austere) and the most eloquent in his wisdom; may he be able to give you a blessing”.

 

Then they deliberated among themselves for 1000 years, while the situation at that time was getting worse and the place to stand was getting narrower. Then they came to the Prophet ‘Isa (peace be upon him) and said: You are the “ruhullah” (God-given spirit) and the one who was created by His decree and you are the one whom God has named as “Wajilhan fiddunyaa wal-aakhiral” (one who is prominent in this world and the hereafter -Ali ‘imran: 45), please intercede with God for us in deciding the law.

 

Prophet Jesus a.s. said to them: “Verily my people have made me and my ih two lords besides Allah. (Al Maaidah: 110), how can I ask for intercession to the One who has been fellowshiped with and called a son, and called my father, but what do you think, if one of you has a bag in which there is money and a ring. can you get what is in the bag as well as getting the ring?” They said: “Yes”. He said: “Go to the Sayyidil-Mursaliin (the chief of the messengers) and the Seal of the Prophets), my Arab brother, for he has ended his prayer as an “intercession” for his people. He was the one who was harassed by his people so much that they cut his forehead, and broke his teeth, and they harassed him too much. yet he was the one who had the most splendor, the most glory, and he said like sahdanya “Ash-Shiddiq (Prophet Yusu)) to his brothers”: “There is no reproach for you today, Allah forgives your faults and He is the Most Merciful”. And then he (Prophet Isa a.s.) continued to mention the virtues of the Prophet Muhammad SAW. which was unreachable by their ears, so that they wanted to go to him immediately until they reached his pulpit: “You are the most famous intermediary lover of Allah, please seek Allah’s peace for us. We have gone to our father Adam a.s. then transferred us to Noah a.s. and we have left Noah a.s. then transferred us to Abraham a.s. and we have gone to Abraham a.s.. then transferred us to Moses a.s. and we have gone to Moses a.s., then transferred us to Isa a.s. and we have gone to Isa a.s. then he transferred us to come to you. So after this there is no one to turn to, and no place to flee to”. So the Prophet (SAW) said. ‘ “

 

   I am for the defense of my Ummah, and Allah allows it for those whom He wills and pleases”.

 

Then the Prophet (SAW) went to the presence of the Supreme Being to ask for permission and it was granted to him, then the curtain (hyaab) was lifted and he entered the ‘Throne and bowed down to Him for a long time according to the will of Allah Ta’ala. In that prostration, he praised Allah Ta’ala with praises that no one else had ever praised.

 

Some of the people of ‘anf said: “Verily, the praise is that which Allah praised for His Essence on the day of the completion of the creation of His creatures, so the ‘Throne is praised for His Essence”.

 

And in a narration: “The humans came to him saying: “O Muhammad, you are the Messenger of Allah and the Seal of the Prophets, and have been forgiven by Allah for your past and future sins. Please ask your Lord to intercede for us, do you not know our situation?”. So I went until I reached the bottom of the Throne, then I bowed down to my Lord”. Then, with His praise, Allah opened for me that which had never been opened for anyone. Then it was said to me: “O Muhammad, raise your head, ask and I will give you, ask for intercession and I will give you intercession”. So I raised my head and said: “My Ummah, O my Lord, my Ummah, O my Lord!”. Allah said to him: “O Muhammad, enter your unjudged Ummah (again) from the first of the doors of Paradise, for the other doors are for those who are mixed up”.

 

Then SAW. said: “By Him in whose hand I am, the distance between the two doors of heaven is like between Mecca and Hijir or like between Mecca and Bashra”.

 

And in the narration of Bukhari: “So he took them out of hell and put them into heaven, so that no one remained in hell except those imprisoned by the Qur’an, namely those who are eternal in hell, then he recited this verse :

 

“May Allah raise you to a praiseworthy place”.

 

And in the narration of Bukhari also with a chain of transmission to Anas bin Malik, mentioning the hadeeth of shaf’ah, the meaning is: “He said: “So I sought permission from my Lord, and I was permitted, and He inspired me with all forms of praise with which I could praise Him, which I had not yet been able to do, and I bowed down to Him”. So Allah said to him: “O Muhammad, raise your head, say and you will be heard, ask and you will be given, and ask for intercession and you will be given intercession!”. So I said: “O my Lord, my Ummah!” So Allah said to him: “Go, and bring out of hell the one in whose heart there is faith as heavy as a grain of wheat!”, so I did so, then returned and praised Him with those praises, then I bowed down to Him. Then he

 

‘ mentioned as mentioned above. So Allah said to him: “Go, and bring out of hell the one in whose heart there is faith as heavy as an atom or as heavy as a mustard seed, so I did so, then I returned and praised Him with those praises, then I bowed down to Him. Then he mentioned the above. So Allah said to him: “Go, and take out of hell the one in whose heart there is faith less than the weight of a mustard seed”, then I did so, then I returned for the fourth time, then I praised Him with praise, then I bowed down to Him”. Allah said to him: “O Muhammad, raise your head, say I hear, ask me for heri, ask for intercession and I will give you intercession!”.

 

So I said: “O my Lord, let me bring out of hell the one who says : ” Allah said: “By My Majesty and My Greatness, and My Majesty and My Glory, I will surely bring out of hell the one who says :

 

This great hadith has come to an end which includes the highest honor, and maximum glory for our special prophet with great and beautiful morals, and a permanent rank. May Allah bestow mercy and well-being upon him, his family, his companions and his Ummah, the noblest of mercy and salaam.

 

THE SHAFA’ATS OF THE PROPHET (PEACE BE UPON HIM)

 

Ash-Sha’ranii has said in the book “Alyawaaglit” regarding the discussion of “Ash’-shafaah”: “It has been said by Aljalal As Sayuuthii and others, that the SAW. on the Day of Resurrection has 8 (eight) shafa’ats :

 

(1) Syafa’at to hasten the “hisaab” and rest from the length of time spent in mahshar. This shafa’at is specifically for the Prophet Muhammad SAW…

 

(2) Shafa’at to enter the ummah into heaven without hisaab and has said Al-Imam Nawawi that this shafa’at is specific to the Prophet Muhammad SAW.

 

(3) Syafa’at for people from the ummah of the Prophet Muhammad SAW. who deserve to enter hell not to enter it.

 

(4) The intercession of those who have entered Hell from the monotheists (believers) to get out of Hell, and then they join the prophets, angels and believers.

 

(5) The mercy of those who are residents of heaven to obtain an increased place in heaven.

 

(6) Syafa’at for the ummah of the Prophet Muhammad SAW. to get relief from the torment of hellfire from people who should be eternal in hell. And this shafa’at is specifically for the Prophet Muhammad SAW.

 

(7) Intercession for the disbelievers to obtain relief from punishment at certain times. It is mentioned in “Shahihain” regarding the rights of Abu Talib and Abu Lahab given on every Monday because of their joy with the birth of the Prophet (SAW).

 

(8) Intercession for the children of polytheists not to be tortured.

 

CONCLUDING REMARKS OF THE SHARER

 

Alhamdulilah, the translation of this Great Book has been completed! With praise and worship to Allah, the Most Repentant, the Most Gracious, the Most Gracious, the Most Gracious, this book has been completed.

 

We ask for His abundance of kumia, His grace and His mercy, may we be granted much reward also for our parents, our children, our descendants, our helpers, our companions and those associated with us in virtue for Allah.

 

May Allah guide us, so that our writing will hit the target of truth and serve as evidence of our sincerity in seeking His pleasure and for the sake of tagwa and sincerity. Hopefully, this writing will save from a painful punishment with the glory of Sayyidinaa Muhammad SAW. who has reached closeness, closer than the two ends of an arrow bow, who is also honored with acceptance and conversation, who is more honored than all the previous lovers, over all the prophets who are close, over his good family, his clever companions and his followers with all virtues until the day of reckoning.

 

I hope that the scholars and the wise will be pleased to correct any shortcomings or mistakes. For that, ja will be highly praised and will be mentioned with reward.

 

I hope you will bless me with good deeds even if you don’t know it, because your prayers will be answered.

 

Verily, Allah accepts the prayer of a mu’min for his brother who is specifically far away.