Hopelessness, Despair & the Abundance of Good, by Ustadh Amjad Tarsin

“There is no room for the believer to harbor feelings of hopelessness and despair, and God the Exalted has given us abundant paths to be involved in goodness” – this and other pearls from Ustadh Amjad Tarsin’s Friday sermon at the University of Toronto.

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More from Ustadh Amjad Tarsin and other SeekersHub teachers

Bringing Certainty to the Heart: A Step-by-Step Guide
Why Do We Serve? What is Prophetic Concern?
“A night worth 80 years in worship and 80 years in sins forgiven”
Becoming A Man: A Comprehensive Guide to Coming of Age in Islam
Is There a Prophetic Supplication to Relieve My Hopelessness?
My Inability to Escape My Desires Fills Me With Despair

Liberating Ourselves from the Preoccupation with our Basic Needs

You’re listening to a lecture at the University of Toronto’s Muslim Chaplaincy iftar by Shaykh Ahmed Sa’ad Al Azhari – a distinguished master of the Qur’an and scholar in residence at SeekersHub Toronto during Ramadan 2015.

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