Until He Enters Jannah

Imam Ibn ul-Qayyim رحمه الله  
“If Allah wants well for a slave, He strips away from his heart the ability to see his own good deeds and speaking about them with his tongue, and preoccupies him with seeing his own sin, and it continues to remain in front of his eyes until he enters jannah.”

[Tareeq Al- Hijratain,1/168-169]

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A kiss from an Angel 

‘If a slave finishes the Qur’an (khatm), an Angel kisses him in-between his eyes.’ — • ‘Isa bin Yunus (rahimahullah) 
Hilyat al-Awliya, by Abu Nu’aym (8/355)

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A Special Effect

Before you make du’aa it’s worth knowing: 
“Invoking Allah’s name al-Qayyum has a special effect in answering du’aas and ending afflictions.” —• 

Ibn al-Qayyim, Prophetic Medicine (p. 257)

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Powerful & Beautiful explanation of the famous duaa 

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Allah has Hidden Laylat ul Qadr

“Allāh has hidden Laylat-ul-Qadr from His slaves as a mercy for them so that they may seek it while increasing in good deeds by their prayer, Dhikr, Du’ā and getting closer to the Lord and Allāh has hidden this night so that it may become clear who strives diligently in seeking it as opposed to the one who has taken it lightly out of laziness.”Sh. Ibn al-‘Uthaymeen Raḥimahullāh [مجالس شهر رمضان]

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Illness in Ramadan 

The Scholars have stated that when a person falls ill towards the very end of Ramadan, it is a mercy from Allah for the person to be purified and to exit Ramadan being completely purified. When Allah wants His slave to reach a certain level in paradise He tests him with his family, health and/or wealth until he reaches that point in paradise (the point he could not reach through his own actions). —• Ali Abu Usama

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Combining all types of patience 

Fasting is patience in obeying Allah, patience in keeping away from the things forbidden by Allah, and patience in bearing the decree of Allah, hunger, thirst, physical and mental weakness. So it combines all three types of patience, thus the fasting person deserves to be counted as one of the patient, and Allah says (interpretation of the meaning):
“Only those who are patient shall receive their reward in full, without reckoning” [al-Zumar 39:10]
Source: “Majaalis Shahr Ramadaan” of Muhammad ibn Saalih al-Uthaymeen, p. 13

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