Moments with Allah #19 – Every verse of this Surah provides a moment with Allah!
Channel: Sajid Ahmed Umar
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Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh My dearest Brothers and Sisters in Islam I pray you all well may Allah subhanaw taala bless you all and welcome to another episode in our Ramadan series moments with Allah subhanho wa ala. Today I'm speaking to you all from the UK and a place known as Blackburn as I've arrived for our last 10 days of Ramadan Community Development lecture series which will spend falsities insha Allah Brothers and Sisters in Islam
today's episode comes from the narration of Abu Huraira Hara the Allahu Allah which He says that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that Allah subhanho wa Taala has divided the salah into two parts.
What does he mean by Salah he means sort of fatty. So here
we learned that today's lesson is dedicated to the best Surah of the Quran. The best of chapters Surah Fatiha chapter that has such a great
relationship with us and presence in our lives because a Muslim is always attached to his or her salah and the Fatiha is a part and parcel of the Sunnah. Allah Subhana Allah Allah says that when my slave says Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen Allah subhanho wa Taala He says, My slave has praised me with the concept of hammer him this man elevated form of praise so elevated that it cannot be offered to anyone but Allah. Why? Because it's dedicated to someone who
who gives us a gift like no other and only Allah subhanho wa Taala can do that for us and we we know that Jana is a gift that has no equivalent, the ability to live in earn Jana, to be guided all these are gifts that have no equivalence. So Allah says my slave has praised me with a praise unique to me with the concept of hand when the slave says R Rahman r Rahim Allah says my slave has glorified me.
Because when we say R Rahman r Rahim we praising Allah subhanho wa Taala are using amazing names from his names and attributes announcing him to be the
the Entirely Merciful and the Especially Merciful. Then when the slave says,
Maliki on with the master and owner of the Day of Judgment, Allah subhanahu to Allah says, My slave has exalted me. And in another narration, Allah says, My slave has transferred all his affairs to me is placed his trust totally upon me. Then, when the slave says II cannot go to a year kind of studying, that you are alone, do we worship and You are alone do we seek assistance from Allah subhanahu atta and this is This is between me and my slave and for my slave is what my slippers asked for Subhan Allah. And then the same goes on to ask and says in Surah to stream guide us to the straight path and protect us from falling into the misguidance of those who you are angered upon and
those who went astray. And Allah subhanho wa Taala says for my slave, is what my slave has asked for Subhana Allah Subhan Allah, what an amazing moment with Allah Subhana Allah to Allah
that Surah to Fatiha
provides us with the provides us with this amazing, amazing moment and let's not even say moment moments because every verse Subhanallah gives us a moment with Allah subhanho wa Taala in and of itself, and let's not forget that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam describes the Fatiha here as the salah Subhanallah to show us how big a part the Fatiha has to play when it comes to our Salah and our salah. No doubt gives us really close intimate moments with our Lord subhanho wa Taala so as we get to the latter part of our amazing month, renew your relationship with Susan fattier in your Salah, and inshallah it will help bring about added concentration and acute focus. Especially with
the night prayer with the Torah we have those who are praying the longer 200 prayers as well that when the Imam is reciting, or you are leading and reciting, you remember this, that in every verse that you recite from Surah Fatiha, you are indeed having a moment with Allah subhanho wa Taala I leave you with this lesson and I love you all for the sake of Allah. Until next time, Allah subhanho wa Taala preserve us all in his obedience. I mean Salaamu Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh