Six Points of Dawat a Tablig






 Six Points of  Dawat a Tablig


 Edited By : Dr.Salim Al Mamun


Bismi’llahir Rahmani’r Raheem (In the name of Allah, The Most Gracious, The Most Merciful)”

Purpose of Six qualities, which the Sahabah RadiAllahu Anhum had and making effort to gain these qualities help a person gradually follow complete Islam, are listed below:

Purpose of “La Ilaha Illallah” – meaning “no one is worthy of worship except Allah” – Allah is the only Creator & everything else are His creation. Creation cannot do anything without the permission & help of Allah. Allah can do anything & everything without help of creation.

Purpose of “Muhammadur Rasulullah” – meaning “Muhammad (peace be upon him) is the messenger of Allah” Success in this world (before death) & Akhirat (life after death) is ONLY in following the Orders of Allah according to the way shown by Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam.

Purpose of Namaz/Salat/Prayer – transfer the complete obedience (of Allah) in Namaz/Salat to every action of our lives.

Purpose of Ilm/knowledge – it is Fardh (mandatory) for everyone to learn enough knowledge to be able to recognize Halal (Permissible or Order of Allah) & Haram (Prohibited by Allah).

Purpose of Zikir – to bring the awareness of ever presence (constant/continuous presence) of Allah in our heart.

Purpose of Ikram-e-Muslimin – sacrifice our own needs to fulfill the needs of other Muslims.

Purpose of Ikhlas – everything we do, we do ONLY for the pleasure of Allah. Even if a person reminds us of doing a good action & we do it, we can still do it for Allah ONLY. We should not care what people think & perform good action, even if someone reminds of that good action or does not like that action, this is Ikhlas.

Purpose of Dawat-e-Ilallah/invitation to the Greatness of Allah – since Muhammad Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam was the last prophet & no more prophet to come after him, Allah & Muhammad Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam gave us the duty of calling everyone (Muslims & nonmuslims) towards the Greatness of Allah.

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