as-alamo'alejkom wa rahmatAllahu wabarakatuh kära läsare

Hoppas ni alla har det bra/haft det bra sedan sist. Som alltid har jag inte mycket och säga men ville dela med mig ett par hadither in shaa Allah, fast de är på engelska och jag hopps det är okej.

Had-557- A strong believer is better than a weak one: Abu Hurayrah
(radiAllahu anhu) reported that the messenger of Allah (sallal Allahu
alajhi wa Salam) said; "A strong believer is better and dearer to
Allah than a weak one, and both are good. Adhere to that which is
beneficial for you. Keep asking Allah for help and do not refrain from
it. If you are afflicted in any way, do not say: 'if I had taken this
or that step, it would have resulted into such and such' but say only
'Allah so determined and did as He willed'. The word 'if' opens the
gates of satanic thoughts" [Sahih Muslim]

HaD-558- The way to jannah and the hell fire; Abu Hurayrah (radi
Allahu anhu) reported that the messenge of Allah (sallal Allahu alejhi
wa sallam) said: "the (hell) fire is surrounded with all kinds of
desires and passions, while Jannah is surrounded with
adversities." [Sahih al-Bukhari and Muslim]

HaD-559- Following the Imam: Ibn Masud (radi Allahu anhu) said; one
night I joined the Prophet (sallal Allahu alejhi wa sallam) in his
(optional) Salah. He prolonged the standing so much that I thought of
doing something evil. He was asked "what did you intend to do?" He
replied: "To sit down and leave him." [Sahih al-Bukhari and Muslim]

HaD-560- The Prophets Tahajjud: Hudhaifah (radi Allahu anhu) reported;
I offered Salah (Tahajjud) with the prophet (sallal Allahu alejhi wa
sallam) one night, and he started reciting surah Al-Baqarah. I thought
that he would bow at the end of one hundred verses, but he continued
reciting; I then thought that he would perhaps recite the whole surah
in a Rak'ah, but he proceeded on, and I thought he would perhaps bow
on completing this surah; he then started An-Nisa'; he then started
Al-'Imran and his recitation was unhurried. And when he recited the
verses which referred to the Glory of Allah, he glorified Him, the
Great, and when he recited the verses that mention seeking Refuge of
the Allah, he sought (His) Refuge. Then he bowed and said: "Subhana
rabbiyal-Azim"; his bowing lasted about the same length of time as his
standing (and then on returning to the standing posture after ruku')
he said: "Sami'Allahu liman hamidah, Rabbana wa lakal hamd". Then he
stood about the same length of time as he had spent in bowing. He then
prostrated himself and said: "Subbhan Rabbial-A'la", and his
prostration lasted nearly the same length of time as his standing.
[Sahih Muslim]

ha det bra kära syskon, as-alamo'alejkom


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