Jihad for Jannah

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
In the Name of Allah the Most Gracious, Most Compassionate

Dedicated to all brothers and sisters in Islam who are struggling to attain Jannah in the next life. May Allah Azza wa Jall grant us entry into Jannah, Ameen..

# Reminders, du'aas, Hadiths, stories, Tafseer, and Seerah of Rasulullah Sallallahu Alayhi Wa Sallam.

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islamic-quotes:

And when the two companies saw one another, the companions of Moses said, “Indeed, we are to be overtaken!”
[Moses] said, “No! Indeed, with me is my Lord; He will guide me.”
Then We inspired to Moses, “Strike with your staff the sea,” and it parted, and each portion was like a great towering mountain.
Surah Ash-Shu’ara 61-63

islamic-quotes:

And when the two companies saw one another, the companions of Moses said, “Indeed, we are to be overtaken!”

[Moses] said, “No! Indeed, with me is my Lord; He will guide me.”

Then We inspired to Moses, “Strike with your staff the sea,” and it parted, and each portion was like a great towering mountain.

Surah Ash-Shu’ara 61-63

(Source: thedispatchers)

Let’s make lots of Du’a for our brothers and sisters today.
May we all have a blessed day. Ameen..

Let’s make lots of Du’a for our brothers and sisters today.
May we all have a blessed day. Ameen..

lionofallah:

What is the struggle against the self?
 Jihad al-nafs is the struggle against evil ideas, desires and powers of lust, anger, and insatiable imagination, placing all of them under the dictates of reason and faith in obedience to God’s commands, and finally, purging all satanic ideas and influences from one’s soul.
Islamic ethical teachings indicate that the one who succeeds in this struggle can rise above and beyond the level of angels, and one who fails in this struggle will descend to a level lower than the level of animals, and may even be grouped among the legions of the devil.

lionofallah:

What is the struggle against the self?


Jihad al-nafs is the struggle against evil ideas, desires and powers of lust, anger, and insatiable imagination, placing all of them under the dictates of reason and faith in obedience to God’s commands, and finally, purging all satanic ideas and influences from one’s soul.

Islamic ethical teachings indicate that the one who succeeds in this struggle can rise above and beyond the level of angels, and one who fails in this struggle will descend to a level lower than the level of animals, and may even be grouped among the legions of the devil.