Preparing for Ramadan
Expiatory Payment (Fidya) for Missed Ramadan Fasts
Rajab does more than mark the sixty-day countdown to Ramadan. It’s also a month of blessings and sanctity, a month where forgiveness is accepted, and a time to sow the seeds of Ramadan.
And say, “My Lord, increase me in knowledge.”” (Sura Ta Ha 20:114)
The Obligation of Seeking Knowledge – Shaykh Salek bin Siddina
Four Keys To Knowledge That Benefits – Habib Ali al Jifri
The Blessing of Knowledge – Shaykh Faid Muhammad Said
The Importance of Seeking Knowledge – Shaykh Yahya Rhodus
How To Be Successful In Seeking Knowledge – Shaykh Faraz Rabbani
Knowledge is Light: The Urgency of Learning & Spirituality in Testing Times – Dr. Umar Abd-Allah
The Path of Seeking Knowledge: What, How and Why We Study – 01 – Shaykh Faraz Rabbani
The Struggle of the Seeker of Knowledge – Shaykh Rami Nsour Stories of Scholars: Past and Present
There’s Nothing More Virtuous Than Knowledge – Ustadh Amjad Tarsin
How to Seek Islamic Knowledge – Imam Subki’s Counsel by Shaykh Faraz Rabbani
Here, we share some of the best SeekersHub resources available on this subject plus video recordings from SeekersHub Toronto, where live sessions will be held everyday this Ramadan.
“We, Ourselves, have sent down the Dhikr (the Qur’ān), and We are there to protect it.” [15:9]
“In fact, Allah is the All-Sustainer, Possessor of power, the Strong.” Qur’an [51:58]
Allah Is the Provider
Distress in Seeking One’s Provision
Supplications Related to Seeking One’s Provision
Etiquette in Seeking One’s Provision
Seeking One’s Provision and Worship
Seeking One’s Provision in a Permissible Way
Investing in Stocks and Working as a Stock Broker
“I answer the prayer of the suppliant when he crieth unto Me”[2:186]
The Reality of Supplication
Lecture on the Reality and Etiquettes of Du’a
Allah Most High says, “I am near – I answer the call of the one who calls upon me” (2:186).
Yet, many of us wonder: Are my du’as being answered? Is there a certain du’a I have to read for each of my concerns? Do my du’as have to be in Arabic?
In this series of short talks, Shaykh Faraz Rabbani explains the reality of du’a (supplication) and how to turn to Allah. It is based on a classical text on the same subject.
1. The reality of du’a
2. Our being called on to make du’a
3. The great virtue of du’a
4. The integrals of supplication, its wings, and its means
5. The conditions of supplication
6. Its proper manners
7. The times of du’a and the state in which it should be made
8. Signs of acceptance of du’a
9. Explaining the religious ruling of du’a
10. Some encompassing supplications
11. Explaining what the greatest Divine Name is
You can see these lessons here.
Supplication and Intermediaries
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