Protect Your Treasure
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Ibn Rajab reported: Maâla ibn al-Fadl, may Allah have mercy on him, said, The companions would supplicate to Allah for six months prior that they would reach Ramadan. Then, they would supplicate to him for six months afterward to accept their deeds
Why do we fast these long, hot summer days? Why do we fast despite the pangs of hunger that overcome us? We fast because there is a treasure hidden behind our fasts. We fast because we seek the pleasure of Allah subhanho wa Taala and seek His ultimate reward.
Our good deeds are fast, they're invaluable. They're what benefit us after this life. There what will accompany us in our graves and inshallah be a source of light amidst darkness. There are so many narrations from the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that discuss the magnificent reward and virtues of fasting. Along with a remove our face away from the Hellfire by a distance of 70 years for each day we fast, a loss of power that a sad, every deed of the son of Adam is multiplied a single deed as 10 times the length of it up to 700 times except for fasting, as it's for me and I will reward it. He leaves his desires and his food for my sake. sapan Allah, Allah rewards for fasting without
measure. Imagine that there will be people who on the Day of Judgment, that instead of getting this great reward, they get absolutely nothing.
Allah protect us. The prophets of Allah they have some set. A person might fast, but gets nothing from his fast except for hunger. And a person might pray at night but getting nothing from his prayer except for sleeplessness. A loss of pan with Allah and His Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam instructed us to protect our fast, a loss of handler that is said in a hadith good to see. every deed of the son of Adam is for him except for fasting. It's for me and I will reward it. Fasting is a shield. So when one of you fasts he may not be obscene or yell. If someone insults him or fights with him. Then let him say, I am fasting I am fasting. By the one in whose hands my soul
the breath coming out from the mouth of a fasting person is more beloved to Allah than the scent of musk.
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