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manhagenglish
05-19-2009, 07:29 PM
The First Message: The Eraser I seek refuge with Allah, the All-Hearing the All-Knowing from Satan, the outcast,

In the name of Allah the Most Beneficent the Most Merciful,



Oh Allah, send Your prayers of mercy upon Mohammed and his family as You have sent upon Ibrahim and for Ibrahim's family. You are the Most Praiseworthy, the Glorified. Oh Allah, send Your blessings upon Mohammed and his family as You set upon Ibrahim and for Ibrahim's family. You are the Most Praiseworthy, the Glorified.



My Beloved in Allah,



On the First day of the project: we will start purifying our hearts.

And to achieve that, there has to be a lot of Isteghfar (asking for Allah's forgiveness).



The prophet- peace and blessings be upon him - said: "Blessed be the one who finds in his books lots of Istighfar" narrated by Ibn Majah and classified as sahih by alAlbani



Are you going to seek His forgiveness? A 100 times a day? More than that?

I want you to be totally purified and prepared for meeting Allah.



Younis Ibn Obayd said: Everyone will make a lot of sins ... so in return we should make a lot of Isteghfar. And if someone commits a sin and finds Isteghfar in his books on judement day, he will be happy.



Narrated Malek Ibn Maghool that he heard Aba Yahia saying that he has complained to Mojahed the sins he commits..

Mojahed said: what about the eraser?

he meant by the ‘eraser' : Isteghfar. As Isteghfar erases sins



So please ask for Allah's forgiveness so that your sins will be erased, your heart will be purified, and you will find mercy.



Come on Muslims,

Seek the forgiveness of Allah, and turn to Him in repentance

Seek the Forgiveness of Allah, that you may receive mercy



Starting our first day, who will compete to be the foremost?



What is important is that you keep on Isteghfar and feel how bad you have always been.



Feel your sins and start to ask for forgiveness.

Feel the ran (covering of sins and evil deeds) covering your heart and insist that you remove it so you can march your way to Allah.

Watch your heart.. and see r how many Istighfar did it need soften?



May Allah help us remember Him, thank Him and worship Him



Written by Sheikh Hany Hilmy

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Raudha
05-19-2009, 08:35 PM
^Ameen..
May Allah bless us and deliver us to the month of Ramadhaan.Ameen
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Yanal
05-31-2009, 03:38 AM
Ameen to all duas. May Allah make us do the best during Ramadhan! Ameen.
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Bub
06-19-2009, 11:37 AM
Amen! When is fasting? Is it end of August??? Looking forward to it InshaAllah!
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- IqRa -
06-19-2009, 11:46 AM
Ramadan is on 21/22 of August InshaAllaah.
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Bub
06-19-2009, 01:16 PM
Thank you InshaAllah I had put it in my calendar :-)
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Sari
07-07-2009, 10:45 PM
Really looking forward to Ramadhan this year. When it is written to make istigfar for 100 times a day, what exactly does it mean. Saying "astagfirullah" 100 times?
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AbdullahSyed
07-07-2009, 11:17 PM
Month of Ramadan has that great feeling of cool breeze on a hot day.
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Yanal
07-08-2009, 04:17 AM
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Let us keep praying Almighty Allah to bless us in the month of Sha`ban and give us the chance to fast the month of Ramadan. For better preparation for the holy month of Ramadan, I propose the following:
1. Keep praying daily that Allah gives us the chance and grants us good health that will enable us to
fast the holy month.

2. Start repenting and seeking the forgiveness of the Almighty for all our wrongdoings before Ramadan.

3. Seek the strength from Allah to fast in the way
that He likes and wants.

4. Seek forgiveness from all members of your family, workmates, neighbors, and relatives for any wrongdoing against them.

5. Refrain from backbiting, slandering, and unlawful mixing with people.

6. Clean your heart and soul from envy, jealousy, hypocrisy, arrogance, and all heart diseases.

7. Seek the blessings of your parents, if they are alive, and their forgiveness for your shortcomings towards them.

8. Increase your du`aa' and commitment to your daily duties and obligations. With this, I think, we will be able to achieve the main goals of fasting.


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Those pointers will benefit anyone insha'Allah.
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