'Hadith Qudsi'

Hadith Qudsi [DS31-40]

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.

THIRTY-FIRST HADITH (31)

Abu Hurayra said: I heard the Messenger of God, may God give him blessings and peace, say:

God, ever mighty and majestic is He, says: “I have divided the

Prayer  into two halves between Me and My servant, and My servant shall have that for which he asks.”

When the servant says: “Praise be to God, Lord of the universes”,

God says: “My servant has praised Me.”

When he says: “The All-Compassionate, the Most Merciful”,

God says: “My servant has repeated My praises.”

When he says: “Sovereign King of the Day of Judgement”, God says: “My servant has glorified Me” – and once the Prophet said – “My servant has given himself over to Me.”

When he says: “It is You whom we adore and You whom we ask for help”, God says: “This is between Me and My servant, and My servant shall have that for which he asks.”

When he says: “Guide us along the straight path, the path of those to whom You have bestowed Your Favour, not of those who have incurred wrath, nor of those who go astray”, God says: “This belongs to My servant, and My servant shall have that for which he asks.”

THIRTY-SECOND HADITH (32)

When questioned about purity (ikhlås), Hudhayfa said:

I asked the Messenger of God about purity and he said:

I asked Gabriel about it and he said: “I asked the Lord of Might concerning purity, and He replied: ‘Secret of My secret, which I entrust to the heart of the one whom I love among My servants.’”

THIRTY-THIRD HADITH (33)

Muådh ibn Jabal reported:

I heard the Messenger of God say:

God, ever mighty and majestic is He, says: “Those who love one another in My Majesty shall have a raised dais (manåbir) of light which will be the envy of prophets and martyrs.”

THIRTY-FOURTH HADITH (34)

According to Anas ibn Målik, the Messenger of God, may God give him blessings and peace, said:

God says: “If I deprive My servant of his two eyes in this lower world, I shall give him in compensation nothing less than Paradise.”

THIRTY-FIFTH HADITH (35)

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

There will emerge, at the end of time, men who deceive the world through religion. They will dress up for men in sheep’s clothing to display meekness, and their tongues will be sweeter than honey, but their hearts will be the hearts of wolves. And God will say:

“Are they trying to deceive Me, or are they acting insolently towards Me? By Me, I swear I shall send upon these people such a trial as will leave even the mildest-tempered (halim) of them in utter confusion.”

THIRTY-SIXTH HADITH (36)

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

On the Day of Resurrection, the child of Adam will arrive like a lamb and stand before God, who will say to him:

“I gave you gifts, I furnished you with good, I bestowed favors upon you – and what have you done?”

He will reply: “I have gathered them up, I have made them multiply, and I have left them more abundant than before. Let me return [to the world] and I shall bring them to You.”

Then God will say: “Show Me what you have brought out.”

He will reply: “My Lord, I have gathered it up, I have made it multiply, and I have left it more abundant than before. Let me return and I shall bring it to you.”

And if a servant does not bring out anything good, he will be sent to the Fire.

THIRTY-SEVENTH HADITH (37)

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

I shall cry: “My community, O Lord! My community, O Lord! My community, O Lord!”

God will reply: “O Muhammad, bring in those of your community who have nothing to account for through the Right Gate of the Gates of Paradise. They are the equals of other men [who will enter Paradise] with respect to the other Gates.”

THIRTY-EIGHTH HADITH (38)

Abd al-Rarmån ibn Awf reported:

I entered the mosque and I saw the Messenger of God leaving. I followed him, walking after him without him noticing me. Shortly afterward he went into a palm-grove, turned towards the qibla, and prostrated. His prostration lasted such a long time as I waited behind him that I began to wonder if God had caused him to die. So I approached him and bent down to look at his face. He raised  his head and said: “What is the matter, Abd al-Rahmån?”

“O Messenger of God,” I replied, “when you made such a long prostration, I feared that God, ever mighty and majestic is He, had taken your soul, and so I came to look.”

The Prophet declared: “When you saw me enter the palm-grove I met Gabriel, upon him peace, who said to me:

‘I bring you tidings of joy: God, ever exalted is He, says to you:

“He who greets you with peace, him shall I greet with peace. He who blesses you, him shall I bless.”’”

THIRTY-NINTH HADITH (39)

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

God, ever exalted is He, says: “O child of Adam, devote yourself exclusively to My worship, and I shall fill your breast with riches and preserve you from poverty. If you do not do this, I shall fill your hands with labor, and preserve you not from poverty.”

FORTIETH HADITH (40)

Abu Sa¡’d al-Khudri and Abu Hurayra both testify that the Prophet, may God give him blessings and peace, said:

Whoever says: “There is no god but God” and “God is greater”, his Lord confirms his truthfulness and says: “There is no god but Me” and “I am the Great.”

And if he says: “There is no god but God alone”, God says:

“There is no god but Me alone.”

And if he says: “There is no god but God alone; He has no partner”, God says: “There is no god but Me alone, and I have no partner.”

And if he says: “There is no god except God; His is the Kingdom and His the Praise”, God says: “There is no god but Me; Mine is the Kingdom, and Mine the praise.”

And if he says: “There is no god but God, and there is no power nor strength save through God”, God says: “There is no god but Me, and there is no power nor strength save through Me.”

The Prophet used to say: “Whoever says this in his illness and then dies, him the Fire shall not consume.”

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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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