Channel: Bilal Assad
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Lo salatu salam ala Rasulillah brothers and sisters As Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah. I'd like to share with you beautiful Hadith this evening. And I'll say it in Arabic first the Hadith in Sahih Bukhari and commented on by Imam an nawawi as well called Little su Allah He sallallahu alayhi wa sallam May, you'll see will Muslimah mean not soybean? Well, I was hoping. Well, I mean, oil hasn't been Well, other than while gunmen had the shocker to you. shockula Ilca for Allahu beha min hotwire. The Prophet peace be upon him said, There is nothing that happens to a Muslim, whether it be physical tiredness, physical sickness, any type of worry, or anxiety, any type of sadness, any
type of harm from others, or any type of depression, or trauma, even the tiny sting of a tiny Thorn, except that ALLAH compensates that person by forgiving and wiping away
some of their past sins. What a beautiful Hadith let's go through it step by step very quickly in sha Allah. First of all, the Prophet peace be upon him said the harm of something called nossob pneus of man's physical tiredness, whether it's small or big, and the Prophet peace be upon him did not just isolate it will talk about tiredness in worship for your hereafter. Although there is great reward. But the hadith is general. It means any kind of tiredness you go through, in worldly gain, something worldly, whether you're going to work and you get tired, you go to school, you go to buy you're shopping for your family or for yourself with eager to do exercising and go through physical
tiredness. Even at home, you're cooking, cleaning, looking after your family. All these types of physical tiredness is Allah compensates your sins for going through them. Number two, is what's up. The difference between nossob and wassup the first one, the second one is that this is sickness, any kind of temporary sickness or permanent sickness, you also get compensated for that by forgiveness. Number three is worry or anxiety. And this is usually about worrying about things of the future that you fear a little bit whether they are known or unknown, you are worried about an exam that's coming, worried about an interview that's coming worried about some kind of
order that you have to go to, you're worried about whether your business will fail or be successful, worried about all sorts of things in your life, where to bet your children or yourself these things you also get compensated by Allah for going through them. Number four, is any kind of sadness, things of the past that have happened to you. You've lost a family member, a loved one, someone in your family or a friend or someone whom you held
in high esteem was sick or ill and you're affected by it or you're affected by something else that you've seen in your life and is still affected till now. It could be also a trauma and accident, something that you've gone through. A lot compensates you for it as well. Number five is other than other means harm and usually it's the type of emotional or mental harm that people do to you. Whether it's abuse or accusations or deformations, or someone hurts you with a word or says something to your back bites you and you hear about it. These things harm you and they affect you. And loss pantalla compensates you for it. Number six is
a run and run means a deep sadness, usually depression can result from it. And that is when you're sad or you're you're you're affected deeply by something of the past to the point where you can't think straight anymore. Your mind is cloudy. You can't judge well, you feel like you're about to faint. Allah subhanaw taala even acknowledges and knows that feeling any compensates you for it. Then the Prophet peace be upon him said even the tiniest thing of a thorn that hurts you And subhanAllah how we started with the tiniest thing that you can get injured with like a little prick of a thorn or a needle. That means everything above it. Imagine, imagine what Allah subhanaw taala
compensates you with and what he sees. And now the other question that we ask is okay, this is for a Muslim? Yes, and that's because a Muslim anticipates this from Allah subhanho wa Taala in this world and in the next but what about a non Muslim? Well, there is a verse in the Quran which says, Men can or you read will hire to dunya was the Netta nowhere fee him our murder home fee her wahome fee her lair you because soon Allah Subhana Allah said Whoever wants the reward in this world and it's decorations, we will give it to them in full and we will not take a little bit of it out.
Wei Allah subhanho wa Taala is just an Fei, even a non Muslim, obviously he or she does not expect the reward from Allah because they don't believe in Allah or the reward in the hereafter because they don't believe in the hereafter. But Allah Subhana Allah is still for the non Muslim who does good unto others and his patient will reward them in some way, in this world, because Allah says, What unless I live in San Illa mesaar You will only get that which you intend and work for what you want, this is what you will get. But for a Muslim because you have the anticipation and the belief in Allah, in this life and in the next you get it here and there for the non Muslim, here, and even
in the hereafter. Allah subhanho wa Taala does not oppress or wrong. Anyone in Allah, Allah Subhana Allah says, well, they sort of book with Allah mainly lobbied your Lord does not oppress his slaves are His creatures. I ask Allah subhana wa Taala to lift your struggles and hours and to relieve you from any pain that you are going through, have gone through or in the future will go through and to grant me and you immense patience and perseverance in these tough times and the tough times to come. And the tough times that have passed by Allah Santos Shall we with his mercy it was Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh