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In The name of Allah,The Most Merciful,The Most gracious

The Conditions for your Deeds to be Accepted

On the Day of Judgement Allah (swt) will account us for every single deed we do, however big or small. Many people will meet Allah (swt) in the Aakhirah (hereafter) with good deeds the size of mountains but Allah (swt) will reject and turn them away. In fact, some people will meet Allah (swt) with years of Salawaat (prayers) but only a few of them will be accepted.

The reasons for this could be many, and this is what we will be discussing in this short article inshaa-Allah.

If you wish for all your good deeds to be accepted by Allah (swt) there are certain pillars and conditions which you must fulfil. If any of these pillars are not fulfilled, your deeds will never be accepted by Allah.

The pillars of any action are three-fold:

  • – All your deeds must be based on the Wahy (revelation)
  • – They must be done sincerely for Allah’s sake (al-Ikhlaas)
  • – They must be in accordance with the right ‘Aqeedah and Manhaj (belief and method)

1. All your deeds must be based on the Wahy (revelation)

Any deed which is not based upon the wahy is not a good deed. Therefore if a kaafir does a so-called “good” deed, he will receive no reward for it whatsoever as it was not based upon the wahy. Likewise, any Muslim who does an action before he asks for its hukm is committing a sin and will be punished by our Almighty Lord (swt) as every action must be based on evidence (Qur’aan and Sunnah).

Allah (swt) says in the Qur’aan:

“…And whatsoever the Messenger (saw) gives you, take it, and whatsoever he forbids you, abstain (from it), and fear Allah. Verily, Allah is severe in punishment.” (EMQ 59: 7)

And the Messenger Muhammad (saw) said:

“Whosoever does an action which is not based upon our teachings is rejected (will not be accepted by Allah).” (Riyaad us-Saaliheen, Book 297, hadeeth #1647)

Therefore, any action which is not based upon the wahy will never be accepted. Many people often give Fataawaa or divine verdicts based upon benefit, ration or desire. None of these are forms of wahy; rather they are forms of Taaghout which you are obliged to reject!

2. They must be done sincerely for Allah’s sake (al-Ikhlaas)

All your deeds should be done for the purpose of seeking the pleasure of Allah. Many people claim that their deeds are sincerely done for Allah’s sake; however things are not always as they seem. Some people do good deeds in order to show-off and impress others. Whilst others may do them in order to gain respect, or even out of culture i.e. a sister may cover (with khimaar) as it is part of her culture – this is not for the sake of Allah (swt).

Other people do deeds in order to impress the Kuffaar and give them a good “image” of Islam, not caring whether it is based upon the Sunnah or not. This again is another example of a deed which is not done for Allah’s sake.

The Almighty says in the Qur’aan:

“And they were commanded not, but that they should worship Allah sincerely for his sake and Deen, and perform as-Salaat and give Zakaat; and that is the right religion.” (EMQ 98: 5)

And also:

“Say: ‘Verily, I am commanded to worship Allah (alone) by obeying Him and doing religious deeds sincerely for His sake only.

And I am commanded (this) in order that I may be the first of those who submit themselves to Allah (in Islam) as Muslims.’

Say: ‘Verily, if I disobey my Lord, I am afraid of the torment of a great Day.’

Say: ‘Allah alone I worship by doing religious deeds sincerely for His sake only (and not to show-off, and not to set up rivals with Him in worship).’

So worship what you like besides Him. Say:

‘The losers are those who will lose themselves and their families on the Day of Resurrection. Verily, that will be a manifest loss!'” (EMQ 39: 11-15)

3. They must be in accordance with the right ‘Aqeedah and Manhaj (belief and method)

It is not enough for your deeds to be based upon the wahy and done sincerely for the sake of Allah (swt). They must also be done in accordance with the ‘Aqeedah and Manhaj (methodology) of Ahl us-Sunnah wal-Jamaa’ah – the Saved Sect.

Deeds are like a roof or ceiling, and the ‘Aqeedah in like the base or foundation – if you have good deeds but an incorrect ‘Aqeedah the roof will collapse. Allah (swt) says in the Qur’aan:

“So if they (the Muslims) believe the way you (the Messenger Muhammad [saw] and his Companions [ra]) believe they will be guided. But if they turn away (by following a different path) they are only in opposition.” (EMQ 2: 137)

“They are those for whom there is nothing in the Hereafter but Fire; and vain are the deeds they did therein. And of no effect is that which they used to do.” (EMQ 11: 16)

“And we shall turn to whatever deeds they (disbelievers, polytheists, sinners, moderates etc.) did, and we shall make such deeds as scattered floating particles of dust.” (EMQ 25: 23)

Therefore, be aware that doing good deeds will never save you from the Hellfire unless they are based upon the revelation, are done sincerely for the sake of Allah (swt), and are in accordance with the correct manhaj. Those who do an action, such as to vote for man-made law, and claim that they want to bring some benefit and prevent harm, their deeds will never be accepted and they will be punished by Allah (swt) in an incredible way.

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In The name of Allah,The Most Merciful,The Most gracious

Make good intentions


2:225 (Y. Ali) Allah will not call you to account for thoughtlessness in your oaths, but for the intention in your hearts; and He is Oft-forgiving, Most Forbearing.

33:5 (Y. Ali) Call them by (the names of) their fathers: that is juster in the sight of Allah. But if ye know not their father’s (names, call them) your Brothers in faith, or your maulas. But there is no blame on you if ye make a mistake therein: (what counts is) the intention of your hearts: and Allah is Oft-Returning, Most Merciful.

4:93( Y. Ali) If a man kills a believer intentionally, his recompense is Hell, to abide therein (For ever): And the wrath and the curse of Allah are upon him, and a dreadful penalty is prepared for him.

Narrated Umar bin Al-Khattab: I heard Allah’s Apostle saying,

“The reward of deeds depends upon the intentions and every person will get the reward according to what he has intended. So whoever emigrated for worldly benefits or for a woman to marry, his emigration was for what he emigrated for. Bukhari 1:1:1

Narrated Abu Mas’ud: The Prophet said,

“If a man spends on his family (with the intention of having a reward from Allah) sincerely for Allah’s sake then it is a (kind of) alms-giving in reward for him.Bukhari 1:2:52

Narrated Jundub The Prophet said,

“He who lets the people hear of his good deeds intentionally, to win their praise, Allah will let the people know hisreal intention (on the Day of Resurrection), and he who does good things in public to show off and win the praise of the people, Allah will disclose his real intention (and humiliate him). Bukhari 8:76:506

the Prophet, who said,

If somebody intends to do a good deed and he does not do it, then Allah will write for him a full good deed in his account with Him; and if he intends to do a good deed and actually did it, then Allah will write for him in his account with Him, from ten to seven hundred times to many more times its reward. And if somebody intended to do a bad deed and he does not do it, then Allah will write a full good deed in his account with Him; and if he intended to do a bad deed and actually did it, then Allah will write one bad deed in his account.” (Al-Bukhari)

Action Plan

1. Make intention for sake of Allah
2. Be sincere with your intention
3. Let your intention and action coincide
4. Do not do good deeds for show or being praised by others
5. make clear intentions
6. Write down your intention
7. Have a plan to implement your intention


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In The name of Allah,The Most Merciful,The Most gracious

Admiring oneself after doing a good deed

Sometimes a person finds himself filled with self-admiration or showing off after doing a good deed or act of worship, and he is scared that this will cancel out what he has done. What do you advise?

Praise be to Allaah.

If a person feels self admiration after doing something good or fears that he may show off, he should ward that off and resist it by seeking refuge with Allaah from it, and saying Allaahumma inni aoodhu bika an ushrika bika wa ana alam, wastaghfiruka lima laa alam (O Allaah, I seek refuge with you from knowingly associating anything with You, and I seek Your forgiveness for that of which I am unaware)“ as was reported from the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him).

These kind of feelings happen to everyone, but you have to try to be sincere towards Allaah, seek His forgiveness, and remember that there is no strength and no power except with Allaah; if it were not for the help of Allaah, you would not have been able to do this good deed, so to Allaah be praise in the beginning and at the end.

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said to Muadh ibn Jabal: O Muaadh, by Allaah indeed I love you, and I advise you, O Muaadh, do not forget at the end of every prayer to say: Allaahumma inni ala dhikrika wa shukrika wa husni ibaaditika (O Allaah, help me to remember You, give thanks to You and worship You in the best way).(Narrated by Ahmad, Abu Dawood, al-Nasaai, and others; it is saheeh).

Do not foreget doing good deeds for fear of showing off, because this is one of the tricks that the Shaytaan uses to weaken people’s resolve and stop them from doing things that Allaah loves and is pleased with.

As for merely feeling happy that one has done a good deed, this does not contradict sincerity and faith, for Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):

Say: In the Bounty of Allah, and in His Mercy (i.e. Islam and the Quran); ”therein let them rejoice. That is better than what (the wealth) they amass” [Yoonus 10:58] “ meaning, if he attains guidance, faith and righteous deeds, and the mercy resulting from that overwhelms him and he feels joy and success as a result. Hence Allaah commanded us to rejoice over such things.

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said:
If your good deeds make you happy and your bad deeds make you sad, then you are a believer.(Narrated by Ahmad, Ibn Majaah and others from the hadeeth of Abu Umaamah; it is a saheeh hadeeth).

By the same token, if people praise you for your good deed, then this is a portion of the glad tidings of the Hereafter, which Allaah gives a person in this world. The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) was asked,What do you think if a man does a good deed and the people praise him for it? He said: That is the portion of the glad tidings for the believer which he is given in this world. (Narrated by Muslim from the hadeeth of Abu Hurayrah, may Allaah be pleased with him).

So this praise is a sign that Allaah is pleased with him and loves him, so He makes him dear to other people.

We ask Allaah to make our intentions and deeds right.

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Greet one another :: Special Islamic Reminder

4:86 (Y. Ali) When a (courteous) greeting is offered you, meet it with a greeting still more courteous, or (at least) of equal courtesy. Allah takes careful account of all things.

24:61 (Y. Ali)..But if ye enter houses, salute each other — a greeting of blessing and purity as from Allah. Thus does Allah make clear the signs to you: that ye may understand.

Narrated Abu Umamah The Prophet(SAW) said:

” Those who are nearest to Allah are they who are first to give a salutation/greeting” Abu Dawood 5178

008.074.270 Narrated ‘Aisha: that the Prophet said to her,

“Gabriel sends Salam (greetings) to you.” She replied, “Wa ‘alaihi-s-Salam Wa Rahmatu-l-lah.” (Peace and Allah’s Mercy be on him). Bukhari

Action plan

Islam has professed the use of the Islamic greeting when encountering another Muslim or leaving the company of another Muslim because it unifies the hearts and strengthens bonds between Muslims.

How to greet the islamic way?

The complete form for the Islamic greeting is Assalamu Alilkum Wa Rahmatulah Wa Barakatuh meaning peace, mercy, and blessings be upon from Allah (S.W.T.).

This is because Imams Abu-Dawood and At-Tirmithi reported in a good hadith that a man came to the prophet (S.A.W.) and said,

“Assalamu Alikum.” The prophet responded and the man sat down. The prophet said, “Ten rewards.”

Another man came and said, “Assalamu Alikum Wa Rahmatullh.” The prophet responded and the man sat down. The prophet said, “twenty rewards.”

Then another man came and said: Assalamu Alakum Wa Rahmatulah Wa Barakatuh. The prophet responded and the man sat down. The prophet said, “thirty rewards.

From the Etiquette of Salam:

1. The one who comes greets the Muslims that are present.

2. The one who is riding greets the one who is walking.

3. The one who is walking greets the one who is sitting.

4. The smaller group greets the bigger group.

5. The young greet the elder.

Source: Islamic greeting and it’s etiquette

NB:  Always remember when doing a good deed, have the correct intention/niyyah, do it for Allah’s pleasure with sincerity.  May all our good deeds be accepted. InshaAllah.

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In The name of Allah,The Most Merciful,The Most gracious

What You can do in 1 Minute ???

Praise be to Allah.


Strive to make the most of each minute !

If you forget it, you forget the most important thing, the truth.

There follows a list of things that can be done in one minute, by the permission of Allaah:

1. In one minute you can recite Soorat al-Faatihah 3 times, reciting rapidly and silently. Some scholars said that the reward for reading al-Faatihah is more than 600 hasanahs, so if you read it 3 times you will, by the permission of Allaah, gain more than 1800 hasanahs – all of that in one minute.

2. In one minute you can recite Soorat al-Ikhlaas (Qul Huwa Allaahu Ahad) 20 times, reciting rapidly and silently. Reciting it once is equivalent to one-third of the Qur’aan. If you read it 20 times it is equivalent to reading the Qur’aan 7 times. If you read it 20 times in one minute each day, you will have read it 600 times in one month, and 7200 times in one year, which will be equal in reward to reading the Qur’aan 2400 times.

3. You can read one page of the Book of Allaah in one minute.

4. You can memorize a short aayah of the Book of Allaah in one minute.

5. In one minute you can say Laa ilaaha ill-Allaah wahdahu laa shareeka lah, lahu’l-mulk wa lahu’l-hamd wa huwa ‘ala kulli shay’in qadeer (There is no god except Allaah alone with no partner; to Him be dominion and praise, and He is Able to do all things) – 20 times. The reward for saying this is like freeing 8 slaves for the sake of Allaah from among the sons of Ismaa’eel.

6. In one minute you can say Subhaan Allaahi wa bi hamdihi (Glory and praise be to Allaah) 100 times. Whoever says that in one day will be forgiven for his sins even if they are like the foam of the sea.

7. In one minute you can say Subhaan Allaahi wa bi hamdihi Subhaan Allaah il-‘Azeem (Glory and praise be to Allaah, glory be to Allaah the Almighty) 50 times. These are two phrases which are light on the lips, heavy in the balance and beloved to the Most Merciful, as was narrated by al-Bukhaari and Muslim.

8. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “When I say ‘Subhaan Allaah, wa’l-hamdu Lillah, wa laa ilaah ill-Allaah, wa Allaahu akbar (Glory be to Allaah, praise be to Allaah, there is no god except Allaah, and Allaah is Most Great)’, this is more beloved to me than all that the sun rises upon.” (Narrated by Muslim). In one minute, you can say all of these words more than 18 times. These words are the most beloved words to Allaah, the best of words, and they weigh heavily in the balance of good deeds, as was narrated in the saheeh ahaadeeth.

9. In one minute you can say, Laa hawla wa laa quwwata illa Billaah (there is no strength and no power except with Allaah) more than 40 times. This is one of the treasures of Paradise, as was narrated by al-Bukhaari and Muslim. They are a means of putting up with difficulties and of aiming to achieve great things.

10. In one minute you can say Laa ilaaha ill-Allaah approximately 50 times. This is the greatest word, for it is the word of Tawheed, the good word, the word that stands firm. If these are the last words of a person, he will enter Paradise, and there are other reports which indicate how great these words are.

11. In one minute you can say Subhaan Allaah wa bi hamdih, ‘adada khalqihi, wa ridaa nafsihi, wazinata ‘arshihi, wa midaada kalimaatihi (Glory and praise be to Allaah, as much as the number of His creation, as much as pleases Him, as much as the weight of His Throne and as much as the ink of His words) more than 15 times. This words bring many more times the reward for other forms of tasbeeh and dhikr, as was reported in saheeh ahaadeeth from the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him).

12. In one minute you can seek the forgiveness of Allaah more than 100 times by saying “Astaghfir-Allaah (I seek the forgiveness of Allaah). The virtues of seeking forgiveness are no secret, for it is the means of attaining forgiveness and entering Paradise, and it is the means of being granted a good life, increasing one’s strength, warding off disasters, making things easier, bringing rain and increasing one’s wealth and children.

13. You can say a few brief and concise words in one minute, and Allaah may bring about some good through them that you could never imagine.

14. In one minute you can send blessings on the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) 50 times by saying Sall-Allaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam (May Allaah bless him and grant him peace). In return Allaah will send blessings upon you 500 hundred times because one blessing brings ten like it.

15. In one minute you can motivate your heart to give thanks to Allaah, to love Him, to fear Him, to put hope in Him, to long for Him, and thus travel through the stages of ‘uboodiyyah (total enslavement to Allaah). You could do this when you are lying on your bed or walking in the street.

16. In one minute you can read more than two pages of a useful book that is easy to understand.

17. In one minute you can uphold the ties of kinship by calling a relative on the phone.

18. You can raise your hands and recite any du’aa’ you wish from the books of du’aa’, in one minute.

19. You can say salaams to and shake hands with a number of people in one minute.

20. You can forbid an evil action in one minute.

21. You can enjoin something good in one minute.

22. You can offer sincere advice to a brother in one minute.

23. You can console someone who is depressed in one minute.

24. You can remove something harmful from the road in one minute.


Making the most of one minute motivates you to make the most of other periods that would otherwise be wasted.

Al-Shaafa’i (may Allaah have mercy on him) said:

When people go to sleep, I let my tears flow, and I recite a verse of the most eloquent poetry

Is it not a waste that nights go by and I do not increase in knowledge, yet this time is counted as part of my life?

Finally, the more sincere you are towards Allaah and the more aware you are of Him, the greater will be your reward and the more your hasanaat will increase.

Note that most of these actions will not cost you anything; they do not require tahaarah (purity) and they will not tire you out or take much effort. On the contrary, you can do them whilst you are walking, or in your car, or lying down, or standing, or sitting, or waiting for somebody.

These actions are also among the greatest means of attaining happiness, expanding the chest (i.e., bringing relief and joy) and removing stress and anxiety.

May Allaah help us and you to do that which He loves and which pleases Him.

May Allaah bless our Prophet Muhammad.

Ameen

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Enjoying good Forbid Evil

3:104 (Y. Ali) Let there arise out of you a band of people inviting to all that is good, enjoining what is right, and forbidding what is wrong: They are the ones to attain felicity.

3:110 (Y. Ali) Ye are the best of peoples, evolved for mankind, enjoining what is right, forbidding what is wrong, and believing in Allah. If only the People of the Book had faith, it were best for them: among them are some who have faith, but most of them are perverted transgressors.

9:71 (Y. Ali) The Believers, men and women, are protectors one of another: they enjoin what is just, and forbid what is evil: they observe regular prayers, practise regular charity, and obey Allah and His Messenger. On them will Allah pour His mercy: for Allah is Exalted in power, Wise.

9:112 (Y. Ali) Those that turn (to Allah. in repentance; that serve Him, and praise Him; that wander in devotion to the cause of Allah,: that bow down and prostrate themselves in prayer; that enjoin good and forbid evil; and observe the limit set by Allah.- (These do rejoice). So proclaim the glad tidings to the Believers.

22:41 (Y. Ali) (They are) those who, if We establish them in the land, establish regular prayer and give regular charity, enjoin the right and forbid wrong: with Allah rests the end (and decision) of (all) affairs.

31:17 (Y. Ali) “O my son! establish regular prayer, enjoin what is just, and forbid what is wrong: and bear with patient constancy whatever betide thee; for this is firmness (of purpose) in (the conduct of) affairs.

On the authority of Abu Sa`id (radhiallahu `anhu) that the Prophet sallallahu `alayhi wa sallam said, “Whoever sees something evil should change it with his hand. If he cannot, then with his tongue; and if he cannot do even that, then in his heart. That is the weakest degree of faith.” (muslim)

on the authority of Ibn Mas`ud that the Prophet (sallallahu `alayhi wa sallam) said,

“There was not a single Prophet among those who were sent before me who did not have apostles and companions and followed his Sunna and obeyed his commands. But afterwards other generations came whose words belied their deeds, and whose deeds were not in accordance with what they commanded others to do. Whoever struggles against the with his hand is a believer. Whoever struggles against them with his tongue is a believer. And whoever struggles against them with his heart is a believer. But when none of these things are done, then not a single mustard’s seed weight of faith is present.” (muslim)

Zaynab (radhiallahu `anha), the wife of the Prophet (sallallahu `alayhi wa sallam) said,

“The Prophet (sallallahu `alayhi wa sallam) once awoke, and his face was dark, as he said three times, ‘There is no deity worthy of worship but Allah! Woe betide the Arabs, because of an evil which will soon come! Today, the barrier of Juj and Ma`juj has been breached by so much,’ and he made a circle with his thumb and forefinger.” And Zaynab remarked, “I said, ‘O Messenger of Allah! Even when the righteous still dwell amongst us?’ and he said, ‘Yes, when khubth (moral degradation) becomes widespread.’”

The Prophet(SAW) said:

“We have become accustomed to loving the world, so that we do not enjoin good or forbid evil to one another. Allah the Most High will certainly not permit us to continue doing this, but would that I knew what kind of punishment shall befall us!” Bukhari

`Umar ibn `Abdul `Aziz said,

“It used to be that Allah the Most High does not punish the common people for the sins of the elite; but when the evil is done openly, and they do not repudiate it, they all become deserving of His punishment.” (bukhari)

Narrated Jabir bin Abdullah The Prophet said,

“Enjoining all that is good is a Sadaqa.” (Bukhari)

The Prophet (saaws) said:

If the people see an evil and they do not change it, soon Allah will inflict them all with His Punishment. (Ahmed, graded authentic by Albaani in Saheeh al-Jaami’ (1/398)

Action Plan

1. In order to properly enjoin good and forbid evil we must know the principles governing them, and how to distinguish between them and when to act upon a thing and when not to. Actions or deeds are good only if they are accompanied with ‘full’ knowledge and wisdom

2. Along with having knowledge, understanding and wisdom, we should be gentle and kind with others when enjoining what is right and forbidding what’s wrong for the better results. In Islam, there are thousands of ayat, ahadith and sayings of salaf and scholars about good-character, kindness, manners and being merciful/soft to the believing men and women.

3. Whoever intends to enjoin good and forbid evil must have sabr (patience) in the face of trials. He should know that he will be faced with many hurdles and subjected to all kinds of tests and tribulations, but he should strive and struggle with what he’s doing, seeking reward.

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