Here the author, rahimahullaah, begins to quote evidences for the types of worship which he mentioned in his saying: “And the types of worship which Allaah commanded, such as Islaam, eemaan and ihsaan, and from that is supplication (du’aa)…” So he began by mentioning the evidences for supplication/invocation (du’aa), and the proofs for Islaam, eemaan and ihsaan in detail will […]
Ibn Katheer, rahimahullaah, said: “The creator of these things is the One Who deserves to be worshipped.” All the types of worship which Allah commanded  – like Islaam (submission and obedience to Allah), eemaan (true Belief comprising belief of the heart, speech of the tongue and action of the limbs), and ihsaan (perfection of worship), and from that is […]
Having made clear that it is obligatory upon us to worship Allah, alone, giving no share of worship to anyone besides Allah, the author, rahimahullaah goes on to explain some of the different types of worship. So he said: “And all the types of worship… like Islaam, eemaan and ihsaan.” These three: Islaam, eemaan and ihsaan are the […]
These are proofs of Ruboobiyah (Lordship) and Illahiyah (Divinity and Right to Worship). ومن اياته الليل والنهار والشمس والقمر لا تسجدوا للشمس ولا للقمر واسجدوا لله الذي خلقهن ان كنتم اياه تعبدون And of His signs are the night and day and the sun and moon. Do not prostrate to the sun or to the […]
Signs (Aayaat plural of Aayah) are that which indicate something and make it clear. Then the signs of Allah, the Most High, are of two types: signs in creation, and signs in His Revealed way (Sharee’ah). The signs in creation are those things which He created, and the signs in His Revealed way are what is found in His […]
The author, rahimahullaah, presents as proof for the fact that Allah, the one free of all imperfections and the Most High, is the one who nurtures and sustains all of creation, the Saying of Allah, the Most High: “All praise is for Allah“ meaning that description with the attributes of perfection, majesty and greatness are for Allah, the Most […]
A person’s first stage of reckoning will be in the grave where he will be asked three questions. Allah will help reinforce the person’s answers based on his deeds in this world. Let’s begin with the details of first question, taught in this book by Imam Muhammad bin Abdul Wahab Rahimullah. Sheikh Rahimullah’s saying “So […]
When the son of Adam dies and his soul departs and he is placed in his graver. The two angels who are charged with questioning come to him and ask him what he used to believe in in this world, who was his Lord, what was his religion and who was his Prophet.
Allah orders that He be worshipped Alone without partners, because He Alone is the Creator and Sustainer Who sends His favors and bounties on His creation in all situations and instances.
That is obligatory upon every muslim male and female Muslim to learn these three matters and to act upon them Shaikh Saalih ibn Saalih al-Fawzaan haafidhahullaah explained it as: Here are three main parts of this 2nd chapter: 1- Belief that Allah created us and gave us provision and did not leave us without purpose, […]