The dhikr of Rasool ﷺ is being raised… Every moment every moment… The Great Lord gave greatness to His Beloved ﷺ… He raised the dhikr of the Beloved ﷺ… The Beloved ﷺ was to be sent at the end; But the mention of being sent was already being mentioned… The Prophets (peace be upon them) used to decorate gatherings for the remembrance of the Beloved… Hazrat Isa (peace be upon him) while discussing the birthday of Mustafa (peace be upon him) seems to say:
“Giving the glad tidings of the messenger who will come after me, his name is Ahmad.” (Surat Al-Saf: 6)
In the Holy Qur’an, the deeds of the Beloved PBUH are mentioned… there is a mention of incomparableness and excellence… there is a mention of generosity and magnificence… there is a mention of pure beauty… there are also aspects of politeness and respect… Respect was also taught…Allah took a pledge from the Prophets regarding the Beloved, peace be upon him…See the Qur’anic style of Milad-i-Pak’s statements and sacred pledges…and pledge allegiance to the Beloved:
“And remember when Allah took their covenant from the prophets that I would give you the book and wisdom, then he came to you to confirm your books, then you must believe in him and must help him. (Surat Al-Imran: 81)
The Holy Qur’an mentions the Holy Light…as well as the description of the coming and coming…along with the glory of the Beloved, it also mentions the birth, arrival and sending:
“Indeed, there has come to you a light from Allah.” (Surat al-Ma’idah: 15)
Subhan Allah! The Beloved gives glad tidings… He is present and watcher… He is a witness and evangelist… The sun shines… The moon shines… From whom the world is enlightened… From whom faith is gained… The knowledge of Allah and the divine pleasure are obtained… Listen, listen, how heartwarming and A voice of faith is heard:
“O Teller of the Unseen (Prophet), indeed We have sent you as a watcher, a giver of glad tidings, and a warner, and a call to Allah by His command, and a shining sun.” (Surah Al-Ahzab: 46-45) )
The Beloved ﷺ was sent as a mercy for all the people of the world… Where there is mercy, there will be blessings… There will be springs of faith… That is why it has been the method of the ancestors to decorate the gatherings of the Prophet ﷺ… There is also the encouragement of… the statement of the sending of the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him).
“And We have not sent you except as a mercy for the whole world” (Surat al-Anbiya: 107).
*… “And We did not send you but to convey joy and fear” (Surat al-Furqan: 56).
*… “Indeed, there came to you that Messenger from among you whom it is dear to you to suffer, who is very kind to the Muslims, who are very desirous of your welfare. (Surat al-Tawbah: 28)
In the background of this blessed statement, I am reminded of a thought-provoking quote from the Holy Prophet…which I am writing here in the hope…that it will be heard from the ear of the heart…will be displayed at the step of action…in the bosom of thought. will read:
“How beloved! A soul of faith and an ear of benevolence, the beauty of which cannot be found anywhere else; And Khama Qudrat made a picture of him and pulled his hand away that he would meet again. What a sweetheart! Whom his master sent mercy to the whole world. What a sweetheart! Who carried the burden of a scholar on his body. What a sweetheart! He who gave up food during the day and sleep during the night in your grief, you engage in disobedience to him day and night, and he is engaged in bloodshed and games, and he weeps day and night for your forgiveness. (Light Mission Malegaon)
By the grace of Allah, the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) is also a grace…a mercy and a blessing…rather, a soul of grace, a soul of mercy…the song of the hearts of those who give thanks for the blessings…”Mustafa, millions of salutations on the soul of mercy”…of blessings. Rejoicing is celebrated on meeting… Celebrating in a Shariah way is also a Qur’anic intention… and a religious requirement as well:
“Say: Allah’s bounty and His mercy, and in Him you should rejoice, is better than all their riches.” (Surat Yunus: 58)
We should mention Allah’s blessings… show gratitude for receiving blessings… the nation lives which gives proof of its life… celebrating blessings and mercy is an expression of commitment to the religion of nature… that’s why. We are commanded to:
“And speak well of the favor of your Lord” (Surah Al-Zahya: 11).
Those who talk become popular… the voice of their heart is also popular in the divine court… their hereafter is also bright and the world is also filled with the light of faith… you too become engrossed in the remembrance of the Beloved ﷺ… tongues will rise up… belief and There will be an ascension of devotion
Knowing them, not obeying them is a work in vain
By Allah Alhamdulillah, I became a Muslim from the world
Soul, heart, mind and wisdom all reached Madinah
You don’t walk, Reza, the whole thing is gone
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