Heaven - Resurrection Lesson 15With more than 7 months in the making and more than 45 lessons, by the Grace of Allah swt we have come to an end with our last Lesson to complete our topic on Theology/Usul ad-deen.
We know it was a difficult, tiring and maybe boring journey for some but by building a solid foundation in this life and sowing a correct worldview of life you will be able to reap and benefit from it in the hereafter.
We would like to thank our dear teacher Dr Sheikh Hossein Javaheri for guiding us all the way through this difficult path from its beginning. May Allah reward him and his family in this world and the next.
We would like to thank the publishers and authors of the books Theological instructions, Adl ilahi and Resurrection in the Quran.
We would also like to thank the publishers of Sirat books for their information along with Sheikh Jaffer Jaffer's lectures who we also took some notes from.
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And those who strive for Us - We will surely guide them to Our ways. And indeed, Allah is with the doers of good.' (29:69)
Final Lesson - Heaven
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The Prophet (S) said: ‘Increase your charity and you will be given (increased) sustenance.’
The Fire of Hell is a place of disgrace and punishment. It is reserved for people who are absolutely evil and there is no goodness in them
Lesson 14 - Hell
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'And there is not one of you but shall come to it, this is an unavoidable decree of your Lord'. (19:71)
'Stop them! For they must be questioned' (37:24)
Intercession - Resurrection Lesson 12Intercession is the Islamic belief that on the Day of Judgement, Allah will permit His special servants to intercede on behalf of sinful believers and ask Allah to forgive their sins.
But who would be included in intercession?
Accounting Of Deeds -Resurrection Lesson 11Accounting Of Deeds
Scroll of Deeds - Resurrection Lesson 10All the good and bad deeds of man would be recorded in the scroll of deeds and even the smallest act would not be missed.
Thereafter a scale would be established in order to weigh the good and bad deeds of people.
'And We will set up a just balance on the day of resurrection, so no soul shall be dealt with unjustly in the least;' (21:47)
Can our deeds such as prayer, fasting, sincerity, piety, faith, truthfulness, trustworthiness be weighed on a worldly balance or scale?
Mahshar the Gathering Place - Resurrection Lesson 9After everyone is resurrected, everyone will be gathered for judgement before Allah in the gathering place called Mahshar. Everyone will only be concerned with themselves on that day.
A day when a man will flee his brother, his mother and his father, his spouse and his children -. 80:34-37
Lesson 9 - Mahshar
Blowing of the Trumpet - Resurrection Lesson 8And the trumpet will be blown, and whoever is in the skys and whoever is on the earth will fall dead except whom Allah wills. Then it will be blown again, and at once they will be standing, looking on.. (39:68)
The World of Barzakh - Resurrection Lesson 7It is learnt from a large number of verses of Quran and traditions that death is not the end of the life of man, after death he is transferred to another world called Barzakh.
Questions in the Grave - Resurrection Lesson 6Muslims believe that after a person dies, his soul passes through a stage called barzakh and appointed interrogating angels arrive and ask about your faith, beliefs and deeds
Death and its hardships - Resurrection Lesson 5It is learnt from the Holy Quran and traditions that death will come with great pain for some. The hardships of death are not physical pains and discomfort; it is spiritual and internal, and it is much more severe than physical tortures.
Resurrection in the Quran - Resurrection Lesson 4They say, ‘There is nothing but the life of this world: we live and we die, and nothing but time destroys us’ But they do not have any knowledge of that, and they only make assumptions. (45:24)
Lesson 4 - Resurrection in the Quran