Ahadeeth Pertaining to Eemaan, Tawheed, Deen and Qadr
Silsilah Ahadeeth As-Saheehah
Abbas Abu Yahya
99 – 1123 – From Abaan bin ‘Uthmaan who said: Zayd bin Thabit came out from visiting Marwan at about mid-day, so we said there must be something important that he was asked about that made him come out, so I went to ask Zayd about what he was asked about. He said: ‘Go ahead.’
We asked about things I had heard from the Messenger of Allaah -sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam, I had heard the Messenger of Allaah -sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam – say: ‘May Allaah give happiness (bless him with Paradise) to the person who hears a hadeeth from me and memorizes it until he conveys it to someone else. Perhaps the one who carries the Fiqh (understanding) is not a Faqeeh (scholar), and perhaps the one who carries the Fiqh passes it to one who has a better understanding than him. There are three characteristics with which a heart of a Muslim is never corrupted: the sincerity of action for Allaah’s sake, advising the leaders, adhering to the Jama’ah; since the Dua’ of the Muslims encompasses them.’
He -sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam – continued….: ‘Whoever is concerned with the Hereafter then Allaah gathers all his different issues, then Allaah puts contentment in his heart. The Duniya comes to him even though he does not want it, whoever has the intention for the Duniya then Allaah divides up his matters, and places poverty in front of his eyes, and he only receives from the Duniya that which is written for him.’
100- From Ubayd bin Rafa’atul Zurkkee, that Asma bint Umaays said: O Messenger of Allaah ! Indeed the evil eye rushes to the son of Ja’far so should I recite upon them?’
He said: ‘Yes, if there was something which could compete with al-Qadr, it would be the evil eye.’
101 – From Khareem bin Fatik al-Asdee that the Prophet -sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam – said: ‘People are of four types, and actions are of six types.
People are of 1) those who will enriched in the Duniya and the Hereafter.
2) those who are enriched in the Duniya and constrained upon in the Hereafter. 3) those who are constrained in the Duniya and enriched in the Hereafter. 4) and those who are wretched in the Duniya and the Hereafter.
And actions are: 1) and 2) – two obligatory ones. 3 and 4) – like for like.
5) – ten times as much reward 6) – seven hundred times as much reward.
As for 1) and 2) – the two obligatory ones: whoever dies as a believing Muslim not associating anyone with Allaah then Paradise becomes obligatory for him and whoever dies as a non-Muslim then the Hell-fire becomes obligatory upon him.
3) and 4) Whoever intends to do a good deed but does not do it, and Allaah knows that his heart felt the deed and he would have striven to do it, then it is written as a good deed. Whoever only intends to do a bad deed, then it is not written for him, and whoever does it then it is written as one and it is not multiplied.
5) whoever does a good action then he gets ten times as much reward.
6) and whoever gives wealth in the way of Allaah then he gets seven hundred times as much reward.
102 – 1167 – From Salman –Radi Allaahu anhu– that the Messenger of Allaah -sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam – said: ‘A person will be brought on the Day of Judgement with his good deeds with which he thinks he can be saved, this man will remain standing since he had oppressed many people, hence deeds will be taken from his good deeds; and they will be given to those whom he had oppressed until there will not remain any good deeds for him, then another oppressed person will be brought and the oppressor will not have any good deeds left for him, then the bad deeds will be taken from the oppressed person and placed with the oppressors bad deeds.’
103 – 1128 – From Abu Salih who said: I heard Abu Darda while he was questioned about << Those who believed, and used to fear Allaah much. For them are glad tidings, in the life of the present world >>[Surah Yunus: 63-64] – he said: No-one has asked me this before you since I asked the Messenger of Allaah -sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam- about this Ayah, and he -sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam- said: ‘No-one asked me about this before you: this is a good dream which a slave of Allaah sees or it is seen for him. i.e. glad tidings in the life ’
104 – 1129 – From Abu Hurairah from the Messenger –sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam– :
‘By Him in whose Hand is my soul; there is not a person who hears about me from this Ummah, not a Jew, nor a Christian, then does not believe in me, except that he will be from the people of the Hell-Fire.’
105 – 1131 – From Umm Salmah who said: ‘I asked the Prophet –sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam–: Hisham bin al-Mughirah used to keep good relations with relatives, was hospitable to guests, freed slaves, and fed people, if he had encountered you, he would have accepted Islaam; Does all that benefit him?’
The Messenger –sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam– answered: ‘No, indeed he was given from the Duniya and from its mention and praise, and he never even for one day said: O my Lord forgive me my mistakes on the Day of Judgement.’
106 – 1133 – From Abu Hurairah who said: the Messenger of Allaah –sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam– said: ‘Do not curse Time, indeed Allaah – Azza wa Jal – said: I am the Controller of Time, days and nights are mine I renew them and I trial them, and I bring kings after kings.’
107 – 1134 – From Jabir bin Abdullaah that the Messenger of Allaah –sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam– said: ‘Rizq (Provision) will not be withheld, indeed a slave of Allaah will not die until the last of his Rizq reaches him, follow the correct way in acquiring your Rizq: Take from the Halaal (permissible) and leave the Haraam (prohibited).’
108 – 1146 – From Abdullah bin Umar that the Messenger of Allaah –sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam– said: ‘We do not know anything better than one hundred of the like except a believer.’
109 – 1147 – From Anas bin Malik from the Messenger –sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam– : ‘None of you truly believes until you love for your brother what you love for yourself from goodness.’