#MuftiMenk mentions the #prophecies of Muhammad (saw) about the #signs of the #finalhour (#Qiyamah – #apocalypse) and how to protect ourselves by learning a lesson so that we should not be moving signs of Qiyamah. There are two types of signs of Qiyama those which are considered the major signs and those which are considered the minor signs for the final hour or apocalypse or Qiyamah in Islam . Some signs are good and some signs are bad as well. Mufti Menk presents both types of signs in the light of the Quran and hadiths respectively by referring some books which are written on this.
In this lecture #MuftiMenk describes the #Jannah (#paradise) in the light of the holy Quran and various narrations from the hadiths of our beloved prophet Muhammed sallallahu alaihi wasallam that is completely mind-blowing Allahu Akbar with English subtitle. Mufti Menk mentions that this #Deen is a gift that Allah has bestowed upon us; ask yourself why life is so short.
Mufti Menk quotes in this lecture, “The mercy of Allah is what will drive me and you to paradise; our deeds can do nothing; our deeds can only call on the mercy of Allah when we’re trying hard we are calling on the mercy of Allah.”
In this lecture #MuftiMenk speaks in details how the #satan (Iblis) became cursed because of his arrogance and pride and his promise to misguide humankind and jinn kind who are made for doing worship of Allah (Swt). Mufti Menk points out important lessons and the teachings of Prophet Muhammed (saw) how to protect ourselves from the #devil (#Iblis) with English subtitle. The first lesson we learned from this is pride is one of the crimes of the devil himself arrogance and haughtiness is a crime of the devil himself. It’s a major sin.
Mufti Menk Quotes in this lecture, “May Allah (swt) protect us from the devil; really it is something serious we need to look into our lives how the devil comes to us. Sometimes, it’s just the thought of pride or a thought that someone else is a bad person that thought itself is already the first clutch of Shaitaan to us. No matter how much Salah we are reading may Allah subhanahu wa’ta’ala still protect us from the devil in every single way and grant us inshaallah every form of goodness.”