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Those whom allah loves most

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Those whom allah loves most

Post by harrachi on Sun Jan 30 2011, 12:15

In the Name of Allah, the Merciful, the Compassionate

"The day when every soul will find what it has done of good brought forward, and what it has done of evil; it will wish there was a far space between itself and it (evil). And Allah warns you to beware of Him; and Allah is Compassionate with His servants".

Holy Qur'an (3:30)

"They ask you what they should spend. Say: Whatever of wealth you spend, is for the parents, relatives, orphans, the needy and the traveller, and whatever good you do, Allah is surely Omniscient of it".

Holy Qur'an (2:215)

A man once asked the Messenger of Allah (s.a.w.):

"What people does Allah love most ?". He said, "They are the most useful ones to people."(1)

It is also narrated from the Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.) that he said:

All mankind belong to Allah, therefore the most favored by Allah is the one who is good to his or her own family"(2)

It is also narrated that the Messenger (s.a.w.) said:

"Whoever guides (others) towards good is like the one who does it."(3)

It is also narrated that:

"The doer of good is better than good itself and the evil-doer is worse than evil itself"(4)

It is also narrated that the Prophet (s.a.w.) said:

"Do not do anything of good so as to be seen by people, nor give it up because of shyness"(5)

It is narrated from Imam Ali ibn Abi-Talib (a.s.) that he said:

"Speak much of good in order to be known by it and do good to be identified with its followers."(6)

The main difference between Islam and other ideologies is its being the Message of Allah to mankind and a call to reform humanity towards following the Divine Path.

Therefore Islam, through its laws and principles, expresses the perfectness of the Great Creator. Who is the source of good, knowledge, mercy, love. and beauty in this world. His characteristics are made clear by the call of the prophets and messengers in the spirit of goodness love and peace.

Thus among the foundations on which the moral and social system of Islam is built, is its call to do good, to make the human being a source of power. and reformation in this world. Islam frees him from the wicked tendencies which cause him to abstain from doing good to people and society.

A major social problem for the human being is created by his selfishness, desiring good only for himself and sometimes forbidding that good be rendered to others.

This wicked tendency which the Holy Qur'an collectively describes as 'shu'h' (greediness) is condemned. The Qur'an also condemns whoever is characterized by it, considering him to be among the criminals and the aggressors who stand against human principles and life itself. and promises him intense punishment in the hereafter, as it views 'shu'h' as the source of all tribulations. the root cause of poverty and aggression, hatred, spite, covetousness, deprivation and sufferings in this present life.

The Almighty Allah has said:

"Do cast into hell every ungrateful, rebellious one. Forbidden of good, Transgressors of God's limits, doubter of Him " Atheist."

Holy Qur'an (50:24-25)

The Almighty has also said:

"..and reconciliation is better, and souls are prone to avarice. And if you do good and be God-fearing, then surely Allah is Cognizant of what you do"

Holy Qur'an (4:128)

For the same reason, Islam considers prosperity and success as a protection against such harmful moral sickness.

The Almighty Allah has said:

"...and whoever is saved from the greediness of his soul, these it is that are the successful."

Holy Qur'an (64:16)


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Re: Those whom allah loves most

Post by louli on Tue Feb 22 2011, 01:38

Thank God I'm Muslim.

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