The Salaf And The Quraan, Part 1

‘Abdullaah Ibn Mas’ood (ra) said:

“Verily, these hearts are vessels, so fill them up with the Quraan and do not fill them up with anything else besides it.”

[Al-Musannaf, 7/106]

Ibn ‘Abbaas (ra) said:

“Allaah has guaranteed for the one who follows the Quraan that he wont go astray in the worldly life nor be miserable in the Hereafter.”

Then he recited:

So whoever follows my guidance will neither go astray nor be miserable.” [20:123]

[Al-Musannaf, 7/136]

Naafi’ reported that Ibn ‘Umar (ra) used to recite in his prayer and pass by a verse in which Paradise is mentioned so he would stop and ask Allaah for Paradise, supplicate and cry.

He would also pass by a verse in which the Fire is mentioned so he would stop, supplicate and seek the forgiveness of Allaah (swt).

[Az-Zuhd, of Imaam Ahmad, p.241]

‘Abdullaah Ibn Mas’ood (ra) said:

“Recite the Quraan in seven days but do not recite it in less than thre days, and a man should strictly guard his daily recitation of one juzz.”

[Ash-Shu’ab, 2/2173]


One Response to “The Salaf And The Quraan, Part 1”

  1. fatimahussain92 Says:
    This is an extremely important lecture for Muslims who want to govern their lives in accordance with the Quran. Most Muslims know only one type of fasting which is observed during the month of Ramadan, while this lecture will point out various other types of fasting mentioned in the Quran (in addition to what we observe in Ramadan) and also the various reasons behind the different types of fasts, which ultimately increases our consciousness for Allah. This is a must watch as these other types of fast are also ordained by Allah which we are not told about as we are growing up, hence we are leaving a major practice that we as Muslims are suppose to do.

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