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Paradise

A Description of Hellfire: Its Food and Drink

Source : IslamReligion / 04 Apr 2014

The intense heat, food, and drink of the people of Hell is described in Islamic religious sources.

Its Heat

God says:

“And the companions of the left – what are the companions of the left?  (They will be) in scorching fire and scalding water and a shade of black smoke, neither cool nor beneficial.” (Quran 56:41-44)

 

Fruits and Vegetables in Quran

Source : Islamic life / 20 Feb 2014

Fruits are one of the oldest forms of food known to man. There are many references to fruits in ancient literature. According to Qur’an, the fruits like grape, date, fig, olive and pomegranate are gifts and heavenly fruits of God Fresh and dry fruits are the natural staple food of man. They contain substantial quantities of essential nutrients in a rational proportion.

 

The Pleasures of Paradise

By M. Abdulsalam / 26 Nov 2013

The reality of Paradise is something which people will never be able to understand until they actually enter it, but God has shown us glimpses of it in the Quran.  He has described it as a place essentially different to the life of this world, both in the very nature and purpose of life, as well as the types of delights which people will enjoy therein. The Quran tells people about Paradise, which God offers to them, describes its great blessings, and proclaims its beauties to everyone. It informs people that Paradise is one of two ways of life prepared for them in the afterworld, and that every good thing will be theirs in Paradise to a degree that surpasses our present ability to imagine. 

 

500 years of workship

Source : FollowIslamonline.com / 29 Apr 2013

Angel Jibrail (peace be upon him) told Rasulullah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) the following incident about a man in the past who worshipped Allah Ta’ala continuously for 500 years. He was granted a shelter on top of a mountain that was surrounded by salty water. However, Allah caused a stream of sweet water to flow through the mountain for that individual. The man would drink from this water and use it to make ablution. Allah Ta’ala also raised a pomegranate tree from which the man would eat one fruit every day.

 

Rules of Joking in Islam

Source : Islamcan.com / 16 Mar 2013

Some people joke too much and it becomes a habit for them. This is the opposite of the serious nature which is the characteristic of the believers. Joking is a break, a rest from ongoing seriousness and striving; it is a little relaxation for the soul. ‘Umar ibn ‘Abd al-‘Azeez (may Allah have mercy on him) said:“Fear joking, for it is folly and generates grudges.”

 

The Pleasures of Paradise

By M. Abdulsalam / 16 Feb 2013

The reality of Paradise is something which people will never be able to understand until they actually enter it, but God has shown us glimpses of it in the Quran.  He has described it as a place essentially different to the life of this world, both in the very nature and purpose of life, as well as the types of delights which people will enjoy therein. 

The Quran tells people about Paradise, which Allah offers to them, describes its great blessings, and proclaims its beauties to everyone.  It informs people that Paradise is one of two ways of life prepared for them in the afterworld, and that every good thing will be theirs in Paradise to a degree that surpasses our present ability to imagine.  It also shows that Paradise is a place where all blessings have been created perfectly and where people will be offered everything their souls and hearts will desire, and that people will be far removed from want and need, anxiety or sadness, sorrow and regret. 

 

Supplication of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)

Source : Agencies / 8 Feb 2013

رَضِيتُ باللهِ رَبَّاً، وَبِالْإِسْلَامِ دِيناً،

 وَبِمُحَمَّدٍ صَلَى اللهُ عَلِيهِ وَسَلَّمَ نَبِيَّاً

“I am pleased with Allah as my Lord, with Islam as my religion and with Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) as my Prophet.” (Recite three times in Arabic)

 

Daughters - a Way to Paradise

By Agencies / 24 Jan 2013

Even now daughters are considered an unwanted burden in some societies and instead of rejoicing, an atmosphere of grief and disappointment is produced in the family at their birth.

This is the position, today, but in the pre-Islamic times the daughters were positively considered a shame and disgrace among the Arabs, so much so that even the right to live was denied to them. Many a hard-hearted parent used to strangle his daughter to death, with his own hands, when she was born, or bury her alive.

 

An Easy Way to Paradise

By Dr. Hazem Said and Maha Ezzeddine / 2 Jan 2013

`Abdullah ibn Salam (May Allah be pleased with him) said:

When the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) arrived for the first time in Madinah, I went with everyone to see him. When I saw him, I knew his face was not that of a liar. The first words he said were,

“O people, feed the hungry, spread the greeting of peace (as-salam), maintain your kinship relations, and pray at night while others are asleep. With this, you shall enter Heaven in peace.” (Al-Bukhari)

 

Six Rights of Every Muslim

Source : Rasoulallah / 27 Dec 2012

Ash-Shaikh 'Abdur-Rahmaan As-Sa'dee's explanation of the hadeeth regarding the Muslim's rights Abu Hurayrah (radhiyallaahu 'anhu) narrated that the Messenger of Allaah (sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) said,

"The rights of the Muslim upon the Muslim are six." It was said, "And what are they Oh Messenger of Allaah?" He replied, "When you meet him, give him the greeting of peace, when he invites you, respond to his invitation, when he seeks your advice, advise him, when he sneezes and praises Allaah, supplicate for mercy upon him, when he becomes ills, visit him, and when he dies follow him (i.e. his funeral)."

 
 

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