Channel: Tahir Wyatt
Sh. Tahir Wyatt describes two simple, yet often forgotten, deeds that the Prophet SAW said would lead us to paradise.
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Lao salatu salam ala rasulillah. While earlier he was talking to human whether Mr. Barron said, Mr. Pillai, what a cancer Did you know that you could spend less than 20 seconds after he salaat and still have 1500 good deeds recorded for you written for you by law spammers added daily.
Even if you're praying at work and you're pressed for time, you can still do this and make it a part of your life moving forward. Sometimes we forget how truly merciful and generous Allah subhana wa tada is how much He rewards for a seemingly small actions, things that don't take a lot of time or effort, things that in fact, the prophet is allowed to Sadam himself described as being easy to do we're going to be talking about today is the remembrance of Allah subhana wa tada praising him, declaring his greatness, his magnificence, declaring him free of all imperfections. sukanta who was added, and this is probably one of the easiest ways that you'll ever find and the sooner to enter
Paradise, and the love and all the Allahu tada and who reported that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam I said, hustle attorney Oh huddle attorney. You have to do it him I've done Muslim Illa de la agenda, that he had two qualities or characteristics and here it's actually referring to good deeds. No Muslim is consistent and performing them except that he will enter gender.
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hello, Matt, you see your own woman? Yeah, I'm an OB man, Connie. These two acts are easy to do. But the people who adhere to them and implement them in their lives are few.
The Prophet sallallahu wasallam now he's getting us warmed up. Now he's getting our attention here. What are these two things? So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, you said to be who do Buddha could be Salatin. ofii do really quickly Salatin, Ashleigh? Well, you may do, Ashleigh, well, you can be rational. He said that after every salon. He says Subhana Allah 10 times hamdulillah 10 times. Allahu Akbar 10 times for their Nika. come sooner with me tune, felice. And
we're unfun, welcome, Sue me at infinity Zed. So that's 150 times on the tongue. But 1500 times on the scale, what do you mean 150 times on the tongue? Well, if you say these three phrases 10 times after salaat, that's 30 times. And if you do that five times a day with your Salawat then that is 150 times, but on the scale with the laws of Canada, which added that is written as 1500 good deeds. Now many of you are familiar with the other form of doing tests via and decode after salaat which is to say each one of those 33 times and that is actually better to do that. But the Prophet sallallahu wasallam here is teaching us something easy, something that we can even do when we are pressed for
time. The second action of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam points us to that action that is easy, but that will lead to gender is he says sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that when you are going to bed to say Subhana Allah 33 times Alhamdulillah 33 times and Allahu Akbar 34 times for that he can meet at home Billy's en el foon filmyzila that is 100 times on your tongue, but 1000 times on the scale 1000 good deeds are written for you. The Prophet sallallahu wasallam was asked by the companions almost end of Allah. These are easy. Why is it that so few people do them? The Prophet sallallahu wasallam said because the shape fine comes to one of you. As he is going to sleep and encourages him
to sleep before he says these words. And he comes to one of you in the salon where you that kibble will be Hajji, he reminds him of something that he needs to do before he says these words. And so as much as this is about saying Subhana Allah, Al hamdu Lillah Allahu Akbar. It's about remembering Allah subhanahu wa to Anna at a time when it may feel inconvenient to you, but you take that extra time to be mindful of a loss of Hamlet's Allah and being mindful of the lies at all times, is something that the believers should strive for. Now some of the narrations of this hadith the Prophet sallallahu wasallam says is there any one of you who does
2500 bad deeds in a day. In other words, Allah subhanaw taala here is writing for you 2500 good deeds, and this is about your mental piano, it's about making sure that your scales are heavy with good deeds and that your good deeds outweigh your bad deeds that your good deeds are, are more than the shortcomings in the mistakes and sins that you have, have committed. Now, as a side note, many of us are concerned about our own scales, we're concerned about our weight, and we should be because obesity is linked to many serious medical conditions. So a lot of us get on a scale, you know, a few times a week, some people get on a scale daily, and they notice, you know, my weight has gone up a
pound or two. Now, if somebody said to you,
you could be an optimum weight, there's something very easy that you could do every day, something very easy, it's not going to take you but two minutes. And you can have that scale, say whatever you want it to say most of us would jump at that opportunity, or the Prophet sallallahu wasallam here is telling us you can get your scales in the hereafter to say what you want them to say, say what you want it to say you can, you can have that scale heavy by doing these small deeds that are very easy. I want you to take the time to implement this in your life. teach this to somebody else in your family, teach it to your children, teach it to your spouse, because if you teach it to somebody,
you're more likely to remember how rewarding these deeds are and how easy they are. We ask Allah subhana wa tada to aid us in remembering him. We asked him to make our scales heavy with good deeds on the day of judgment or low item or some lower Southern robotic and an abena Mohammed