Your sustenance is written down and it will come to you in ways that you don’t even know; and it will come to you from avenues that you possibly don’t even recognize. But Allah will continue to give sustenance to a person who is doing good.
Know that Allah is the Writer of your story. Know that not a leaf falls on earth except by His Knowledge. And know that when all else fails, He is there taking care of us. He is The Guardian Friend of those who believe.
In a time when our young generation has lost their sense of direction and moral compass in life, it is high time that we study the life of the Prophet Muhammad. It is anticipated that by doing this, we will be able to reorient ourselves to that which is healthy and productive for both, our youth, and our world.
This is a very inspiring story that involved `Umar ibn Al-Khattab and two other Companions, `Ayyash ibn Abi Rabi`ah and Hisham ibn Al-`Aas (may Allah be pleased with them). They planned to migrate from Makkah to Madinah together and set a time and place to meet and start the trip.
The following are 14 lessons that can be gleaned from the story of Prophet Adam’s two sons: Qabil (Cain) the wicked one and the murderer, and Habil (Abel) the righteous one and the victim. The story is presented in the Quranic chapter al-Ma’idah…
The Islamic Abraham is completely devoted to God. He does not question His commandments, he has two wives who have equal status, and he does not banish his eldest son. Abraham leaves Hajar and Ishmael in the sacred valley that will one day be known…
Let me share the story of a sister with you. She says it was the first day of Ramadan and my father had a heart attack while he was in the Masjid. So they take him to the hospital and I hurry to the hospital… and I’m looking at my father and I see this beautiful…
At the Islamic Center, I found a message from a friend of the man I had been looking for, which read, “The man who posted the advertisement is in hospital suffering critical conditions, and he needs you and urgently asks for you”, with the address of the hospital mentioned in the message.
There is a beautiful story in the Quran about Moses and a wise man called Al-Khidr. Who was this man? What is special in him to be sent to teach one of the best five Prophets? And what’s the wisdom behind meeting Moses?
The old woman happily gave him the stuff and he was carrying it back to her home. And the whole way she is bad talking of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) but she didn’t know that it was him!