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How Can You Become a Key Towards Good

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ISBN     9781685645335
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How Can You Become a Key Towards Good

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Author Shaykh Abdur Razzaaq bin Abdul Muhsin al-Badr
Translator Qāsim Mujāhid
Binding Paperback
Pages 70
Size in Inches 6x9x0.20
Size in CM 15.3x23x0.5
Edition 1st (November 2012)
Weight (lbs) 0.28

Shaykh Abdur-Razzaq Bin Abdil-Muhsin al-Badr illustrates how one can be a key towards good by giving 16 points on this matter. A must-read book; very beneficial!!! Covers areas such as Tawheed and worship, Supplication and Dua, Beneficial Knowledge, The doors of good being ceaseless, and much much more! 82 pages (6x9 perfect binding).

Beneficial knowledge that is derived from the ‎Book of Allah and the Sunnah of His ‎Messenger (Sallallahu ‘Alayhi Wa Sallam). Knowledge is the foundation, and it is essential ‎for the servant to acquire in order for him to become a key to good. He who does not possess ‎beneficial knowledge, how can he distinguish between the keys to good and the keys ‎to ‎evil?! How can he distinguish between truth and falsehood?! How can he differentiate ‎between ‎what is Sunnah and what is Bid'ah (innovation)?! ‎How can he differentiate between ‎guidance and misguidance?! How can he protect himself from falsehood while he does not ‎have any knowledge?! Just as, it has been stated in the past "How ‎can one ward off that ‎which he does not know what he is warding?!"‎ As Allah says,‎

‎“Say (O Muhammad): ‘This is my way; I invite unto ‎Allah (i.e. To the Oneness of Allah - ‎Islâmic Monotheism) ‎with sure knowledge.’” [Soorah Yusuf 12:108] ‎Al-Baseerah is beneficial knowledge. ‎Therefore, he who does not have beneficial knowledge, ‎how can he separate between truth ‎and falsehood, guidance and misguidance?! ‎‏ ‏Allah ‎says, ‎

‎“Is he who walks without seeing on his face, more rightly guided, or he who (sees and) ‎walks on a Straight Way (i.e. ‎Islâmic Monotheism).” [Soorah al-Mulk 67:22]‎

‎“Shall he then who knows that what has been revealed ‎unto you (O Muhammad) from ‎your Lord is the truth be ‎like him who is blind? But it is only the men of ‎understanding that pay heed.” [Soorah Ar-Rad 13:19]‎

‎“Say: ‘Are those who know equal to those who know ‎not?’” [Soorah az-Zumar 39:9]‎

Thus, he who wants himself to become a key to ‎good then he must be diligent and concern ‎himself relentlessly with acquiring beneficial knowledge. There has been a Prophetic ‎tradition reported by ‎Al-Bayhaqi that the Messenger (Sallallahu ‘Alayhi Wa Sallam), said:‎

‎”Whoever goes out seeking to learn some beneficial knowledge, Allah will open a door ‎of Paradise for him.”‎

Must have
rating 5
Very informative.


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