093 – The Best of Remembrance | Acting on One’s Knowledge


In this episode, Shaykh Faraz Rabbani covers hadiths fifteen to twenty from Imam Nabahani’s set of hadiths on the virtues of “la ilaha illallah”. In hadith fifteen, we learn about that one who says “la ilaha illallah” with sincerity will enter Paradise, and what it means to be sincere. In hadith sixteen, we learn about the command of the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) to call out to people that whoever says “la illaha illallah”, Paradise becomes incumbent upon them. In hadith seventeen, we learn that “la illaha illallah” is the best of dhikr. In hadith eighteen, we learn about a man who is saved from the edge of the fire by the merit of “la ilaha illalllah”. In hadith nineteen, we learn of a discussion amongst the companions the statement of “la ilaha illallah” making Paradise imcumbent upon one. In hadith twenty, we learn of a story of the Prophet (Peace and Blessings Be Upon Him) and the companions saying “la ilaha illallah” together. Shaykh Faraz then continues the text, Letter to a Disciple” by Imam Ghazali, in which we learn about the importance of acting on one’s knowledge.

In the Daily Rawha, Shaykh Faraz Rabbani will be covering Daily Guidance for Seekers, beginning with two texts:

(1)Imam Yusuf al-Nabahani’s beautiful collection of 40 sets of 40 Hadiths of the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him); and

(2) Imam Ghazali’s “Letter to a Disciple” on his comprehensive advice to the seeker of knowledge.

The texts will be read in Arabic, translated, and commented upon briefly. This class is of benefit both for committed students of knowledge—particularly given the reading in Arabic—and for those simply seeking daily guidance, reminders, and inspiration in learning to live the light of Prophetic guidance.
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