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Volume :13 Issue : 34 1998      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Description of Pradise and Its Bliss in the Hadiths (sayings) of Tge Prophet (PBUH)

Auther : Dr. Mawzah ‘ Ahmad Muhammad ‘ AlKour

 

Description of Pradise and Its Bliss in the Hadiths (sayings) of Tge Prophet (PBUH)

Dr. Mawzah ‘ Ahmad Muhammad ‘ AlKour

      • this life is a place of test and trail for human being who must work with the utmost efforts until he leaves this life to meet his Lord.

      • According to the opinion of the vast majority of “Ahl’Al-Sunnah wa ‘Al-Jamaa’ah” (the Sunnite Muslims”) Scholars, Paradise had been created and is existing now, and not to come to existence on the Day of Judgment as a contradictory group claim. Also, Paradise is eternal and imperishable as well as the life of the believers therein, where they will be enjoying the continuous, endless bliss away from any discomfort.

      • The graces of Paradise are so much great to be compared to the enjoyment of this life, all delights of which are trivial, little and insignificant if compared to those of Paradise.

      • Paradise has all levels and kinds of enjoyment starting from the starting from the sensuous up to the most sublime pure spiritual ones of which every Muslim will attain his share according to his due rank.

      • The bliss of Paradise contains both the material and spiritual so as to provide the body, desire and soul their need of enjoyment. The dwellers of paradise will get over the sensuous delights the highest level of spiritual honoring. There, when they will meet their Exalted Creator (SWT), see him, listen to him and receive his pleasure, they will enjoy that bliss never felt before and incomparable with any woldly delight

      • Escaping punishment and attaining reward is due to the grace and mercy of Allah (SWT), not to our good deeds. This does not mean neither belting doing good deeds nor calling for neglecting them, but to state that this was basically due to he assistance and help of Allah (SWT), and to leave no space for relying on deeds alone or getting deceived by them.

      • No similarity exists between things in paradise an this life except names. Their reality and qualifies are so different to be captured or even imagined by minds or fancies.

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