'Hadith Qudsi'

Hadith Qudsi [DS11-20]

IN THE NAME OF GOD, THE ALL-COMPASSIONATE, THE MOST MERCIFUL, AND MAY THE BLESSING OF GOD BE UPON OUR MASTER MUHAMMAD, HIS FAMILY AND HIS COMPANIONS, AND PEACE BE UPON THEM ALL.

Praise be to God, Lord of the universes, who is the ultimate reward for those who fear Him. There is no power nor might save in God, the High, the Magnificent. May blessings and peace be upon Muhammad, master of the universes, upon his family, the pure ones, and upon his companions, followers, and all believers.

ELEVENTH HADITH (11)

According to Abdallåh ibn Umar, the Prophet, may God give him blessings and peace, said:

Your Lord, ever mighty and majestic is He, says: “I shall not bring two fears together upon a servant, nor shall I bring together two securities upon him. If he fears Me in this world, he shall have no fear in the Other; and if he feels secure from Me in this world, then he shall have no security in the Other.”

TWELFTH HADITH (12)

According to Abu Hurayra, the Messenger of God, may God give him blessings and peace, said:

God, ever mighty and majestic is He, shall say on the Day of Resurrection: “Where are those who have loved each other for the sake of My Majesty? Today I shall shelter them in My shade, on a day when there is no shade but My shade.”

THIRTEENTH HADITH (13)

According to Abu Hurayra, the Messenger of God, may God give him blessings and peace, said:

God, ever mighty and majestic is He, says: “I am present in My servant’s thought of Me, and I am with him when he beseeches Me.”

FOURTEENTH HADITH (14)

According to Anas, the Prophet, may God give him blessings and peace, said:

God shall say to one of the People of the Fire who is enduring the lightest of punishments: “If you possessed everything on earth, would you then redeem yourself with it?”

To which he will reply: “Yes, I would.”

Then He will say: “I asked of you something easier than that, when you were still in the loins of Adam: that you should not associate anything with Me. Yet you refused to do anything else but associate.”

FIFTEENTH HADITH (15)

According to Abu Hurayra, the Messenger of God, may God give him blessings and peace, said:

God, ever mighty and majestic is He, says: “Pride (kibriyå) is My cloak, and Grandeur (azama) is My loincloth. Whoever wrestles with Me over either of these, I shall cast him into the Fire.”

SIXTEENTH HADITH (16)

According to Abu Sa¡’d al-Khudri, the Messenger of God, may God give him blessings and peace, said:

On the Day of Resurrection, God, ever mighty and majestic is He, shall say: “The angels have interceded, the prophets have interceded, the believers have interceded, and no-one remains except the Most Merciful of mercifiers.”

Then, seizing a handful from the Fire, He will extract a group of mankind who have never done any good and who have been reduced to ashes. He will cast them into a river at the gates of Paradise, called the River of Life.

It continues:

Then God, ever glorified and exalted is He, will say: “Enter into Paradise. Whatever you see is yours.” They will reply: “Our Lord, You have given us something which You have not given to anyone else in all the universes.”

He will say: “For you, I have something yet more precious than that.”

They will ask: “Our Lord, what thing could be more precious than that?”

To this, He will reply: “My Good-Pleasure (rida), I shall never again be displeased with you.”

SEVENTEENTH HADITH (17)

According to Jåbir ibn ¡Abdallåh, who received it from the Prophet, may God give him blessings and peace, who received it from Gabriel, who received it from God:

God, ever mighty and majestic is He, says: “Indeed this is a religion with which I Myself am well pleased. Nothing be¥ts it but openhanded generosity and nobility of character. So honor it with these two whenever you follow it.”

EIGHTEENTH HADITH (18)

According to Shuayb, the Prophet, may God give him blessings and peace, said:

When the people of the Garden have entered the Garden, God, ever exalted is He, will say: “Do you want for anything more that I may give you?”

They will reply: “Have You not illumined our faces? Have you not caused us to enter the Garden and delivered us from the Fire?”

The Prophet continued:

Then He will lift the veil, for they cannot be given anything that they would love more than the vision of their Lord, ever mighty and majestic is He.

Then he recited this verse:

“The best, and more besides, is destined for those who strive with excellence.”

NINETEENTH HADITH (19)

According to Abu Sa¡d al-Khudri, the Prophet, may God give him blessings and peace, said:

On the Day of Resurrection, God will say: “O Adam!”

He will reply: “Here am I, Lord, at Your service.”

A voice will proclaim: “God commands you to extract from your progeny a contingent destined for the Fire.”

Adam will ask: “Lord, what may be the contingent destined for the Fire?”

“From every thousand, nine hundred and ninety-nine, or thereabouts. ‘Thereupon the pregnant shall miscarry, the young shall become white-haired [with age] and you shall see men acting drunkenly. They will not be drunk, but indeed God’s punishment is terrible.’”

This made such a frightening impression on the people that their faces went pale.

The Prophet, may God give him blessings and peace, then added:

Descending from the people of Gog and Magog there shall be nine hundred and ninety-nine, whilst from among you only one. Among men, you shall be like black hair on the flank of a white bull or white hair on the flank of a black bull. Indeed I hope you will make up a quarter of the inhabitants of Paradise.

At this we exclaimed “Allåhu Akbar!”, and then he said: “One-third of the people of Paradise.”

At this we exclaimed “Allåhu Akbar!”, and he said: “One-half of the people of Paradise.”

Again we exclaimed “Allåhu Akbar!”

TWENTIETH HADITH (20)

According to Ibn Abbås, the Messenger of God, may God give him blessings and peace, said:

God, ever mighty and majestic is He, revealed to Moses:

“There is no approach you can make to Me which I love more than [your] satisfaction with My decree. And there is no action you can perform which better preserves your good deeds than looking

to your own affairs.

“O Moses, do not make requests of people of this world, lest I become displeased with you. And do not be generous with your religion (deen) for the sake of this world, lest I close the doors of My Mercy to you.

“O Moses, say to the believers who have turned to Me in repentance: ‘Rejoice.’ And say to the believers who stand humbled before Me: ‘Refrain from bad’ or ‘Do good.’”

President

The divine scriptures are God’s beacons to the world. Surely God offered His trust to the heavens and the earth, and the hills, but they shrank from bearing it and were afraid of it. And man undertook it.
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