What is the real `ibadah (worship) for which God has created you and which He has enjoined upon you? Why do we worship God?
Living with your non-Muslim family as a new Muslim poses many different challenges and in my experience, Ramadan is one of the biggest challenges.
The challenges of course vary from family to family, but can be particularly challenging if they aren’t open to your new-found faith or to certain aspects of it.
Ramadan is the season of goodness, blessings; a time in which rewards are multiplied and heart is purified of all spiritual diseases and the body of burdens and worldly desires.
Allah sends you reminders night and day, and sometimes those reminders are major wake up calls. What happens if you don’t make use of that wake up call right away?
As human beings, we will never stop sinning. But remembering your place in front of Allah before committing the sin can deter you from it.
There is a direct correlation between the actions of the tongue with the condition of the heart. If you want to receive faith, you must first settle your heart – and if you wish to settle your heart, you must settle your tongue.
There is hope for the major sinners, as long as they turn back to their Creator. Allah doesn’t want you to be weighed down by your past in a way that you can’t meaningfully progress in the future.
Even the greatest companions of the Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) were vigilant about their faith. No matter how confident you are in your iman, you’re no angel. Be protective of it.
There is nothing more inconsistent than the heart, yet no vessel more important. Therefore the Prophet (peace be upon him) taught us two supplications to keep it firm. Learn them from the today’s episode…
There’re three levels of fasting. The first level fasting from food and drink and intimate relationships. And there’s fasting of the limps……