Jannah #12 Your Clothes in Jannah
Channel: Omar Suleiman
Series: Omar Suleiman - Ramadan 2023 - Jannah: Home at Last
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Everything you wear in this life, no matter how elegant or nice it may be at first, eventually it gets old or worn out. And the prophets lie some in fact likened Iman he likened faith to a garments and said that you need to care for it in the same way you would care for a garment. He said, sal Allahu alayhi wa sallam in Imana Liana Kofi JioFi Adhikam camellia halacha So first Allah and ujet de the Eman if you could overcome that verily, Faith wears out in your heart, the same way that a garment does sometimes, especially if you've been Muslim for a long time. Faith loses its color and it loses its shine. So ask Allah subhanaw taala to revive the faith in your heart. If your iman was
a garment, what would it look like right now? Keep it new, beautiful and keep it fresh. And let Allah subhanaw taala dress you with the result of it on the day of judgment and in paradise.
So now as we are going out to eat and drink and feast with the people, what is it that we are wearing in Jamaica? The prophets lie Selim said that whoever wears silk in this world will not wear it in the Hereafter. And he said in another narration sallallahu alayhi wa salam, whoever wears gold in this world will not wear it in the Hereafter. And the prophets lie some, of course, is speaking specifically to men. And this is very similar to when the prophets license that whoever drinks wine in this world will not drink it in the Hereafter. And so you'll notice this connection between abstaining from certain drinks in this life and abstaining from certain garments and adornment in
this life, so that you could have it in the hereafter instead. And so Allah subhanaw taala often in the Quran connects the drinks of paradise with the dress of Paradise, he says inserted in sun, where does our home be male Sadhguru Jana 10 or harira, Allah subhanaw taala will reward them for their patients with a garden and with silk robes. And then a few verses later, Allah subhanaw taala says that the virtuous will be dressed in garments of fine green silk and rich brocade, and adorned with bracelets of silver. And as we said, with these robes, and with the clothes of the people of Jana, you don't have to grab them off of the rack. Instead, you grab them off of the branches of the trees
that Allah subhanaw taala has provided to you. And I'm going to tell you about him Allah says about this verse inserted insaan Alia home FIAP upon the virtuous of them, that it shows that this is an outer garment on top of the garments that Allah subhanaw taala has given to you. So it's like Allah subhanaw taala is further adorning you with robes to demonstrate your rank and your virtue. It's not concealing anything just like how you add garments for decoration and beauty. And he said, consider how Allah subhanaw taala mentions both the beauty of the outside of the person with the garments that He adorns them with and the pleasure of the inside of the person with the pure wine and drink
that he's giving to them. So you've already bathed in the rivers of Jannah that removed any impurity and imperfection inside out. And now Allah subhanaw taala is increasing your pleasure through wine and drink on the inside. And adornment on the outside. And if the drinks are precise and Jana on Allah's princesses cut the row hashtag to the era they're in perfect proportion. Imagine how perfectly fitted the tailored clothes of Jana are. Allah subhanaw taala says you had loan a fee ha man a salad I'm in the habit well look where the bass on via hurry. And here they will be adorned with golden bracelets and pearls. And there they will have silken garments. Now you have the wine
and you have the silk garments. And now you have gold bracelets. And these bracelets will not just be gold but they'll also have exotic pearls on them. And how are the bracelets being made now Subhanallah we mentioned in the previous episode that you have a bull that is grazing and Jana ready to be sacrificed for you. So is there a jeweler in Jannah for you capital the Allah Tada and who said that Allah subhanaw taala has created an angel who is assigned with the duty of shaping the jewelry of the people of paradise until the day of judgment. So just like your palaces, your food, your drink, your gardens are already in preparation. Your jewelry is already being made by an angel
in paradise. And he said that if one Bengal of the jewelry of the people of Paradise was brought out, it would diminish the light of the sun. So imagine if the entire sets of jewelry of the people of paradise were shown to this world so Pamela people try to stack valleys of gold in this life. And they're never satisfied even though they know they can't take it with them to the grave. But imagine one carat of gold
One pearl from gentleman is better than the entire world and everything that is within it. And the prophets lie some confirm this in one Hadith he said, If as little as what could be placed on a fingernail, of what is in paradise, where it's become apparent to the people of this world, it would have beautified the entirety of the heavens and the earth. And if a man among the people of paradise were to appear, and his bracelets were made apparent, it would blot out the light of the sun. In another narration, one pearl from the dress of a woman of Paradise would light up what is between the East and the West. And in one narration, the prophets lie some said, they will have bracelets of
gold and silver, Garland's of Pearl and Ruby, and they will have crowns on them, like the crowns of kings. But what are these crowns on their heads from and is there a difference between them? While everyone in Jannah has some sort of a crown? Not all crowns are equal. And the greatest crown is the crown of the Quran, for the hafod and for their parents. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that the parents of the one who memorizes the Quran, will be dressed with two robes which could not be valued by anything in this world. And they will say as they are being dressed with this robe, ya Rob. Oh our Lord. Why are we given this and it will be set to them because of your child's
learning of the Quran. And of course the Shaheed has a crown that is unlike any other crown and it's narrated from an McDow that'll be allowed to and I'm hoping that a crown of honor will be placed upon the head of the Shaheed one Ruby of that crown is better than this world and everything that is in it. Now as for the combs, and why do you need combs if your hair has never dissembled, right, the columns are of gold, and that's merely to add beauty so every time you comb your hair and Jana, it merely adds to its beauty but you're not fixing anything in gender. In the same way that we have perfume even though the prophets like some said what we naturally smell like musks so this is just
to add to your fragrance in a Jana and of course this is the same thing with the outer garments that we mentioned that don't need to conceal anything that only further beautify us. Now before you ask yourself what type of garment you would want in paradise. Ask yourself now what type of a garment are you in this? Dunya Do you conceal your brother's fault so that you may be concealed and beautified in paradise? If you're married, are you a garment to your spouse when an alabaster nakoma antimony baths are known you are a garment to them and they are a garment to you. Do you clothe yourself out of modesty in this life because the profit slice I mentioned that those who are dressed
but in actuality not really wearing anything would not even smell gender? Do you close your brothers and sisters in need out of gratitude? So that Allah Ushiku clothes you in a way that makes you forever grateful and Jana? And finally, do you adorn yourself with the basket telkwa the garment of piety none of which is more beautiful than the Koran.
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