Search My Blog

Wednesday, 16 November 2016

The importance of knowledge in Islam.

The Holy Prophet (S.A.W) said

1Whoever walks on a path in search of knowledge, Allah makes the path to Paradise easy for him.’ (Sahih Muslim, pp. 1448, Hadees 2699) 

2People who gather in any of the houses of Allah in order to recite the Quran and teach and learn the Quran, (i) peace and calmness descend upon them, (ii) mercy covers them, (iii) angels surround them, and (iv) Allah mentions them to angels.’ (Ibid, pp. 1448, Hadees 2700)

3. ‘Whoever travels in search of knowledge is in the path of Allah until he returns.’ (Sunan-ut-Tirmiżi, vol. 4, pp. 295, Hadees 2700)

4. ‘Allah bestows the understanding of religion upon the one He intends goodness for.’ (Ibid, vol. 4, pp. 294, Hadees 2656)
5‘The person who gains knowledge, it becomes compensation for his previous sins.’ (Ibid, vol. 4, pp. 295, Hadees 2654)

6. ‘Some people will come to you from the East to get knowledge. So when they come to you, advise them about good.’ (Sunan-ut-Tirmiżi, Kitab-ul-‘Ilm, vol. 4, pp. 296, Hadees 266)

7. May Allah keep the person cheerful (i.e. happy in the worldly life and fresh-faced in the afterlife) who listens to any Hadees from me and then exactly conveys what he has listened to because many people, the ruling is conveyed to, are wiser than the listener. (Ibid, vol. 4, pp. 299, Hadees 2666)

8No doubt, the one who guides towards a good deed is like the one who performs the good deed.

No comments:

Post a Comment