Thursday, April 28, 2011

*'A Phrase Amongst the Treasures of Paradise'!* {Powerful!}


Bismillahir Rehmanir Raheem


Assalam Alaikum Wa Rehmath Ullahi Wa Barkatahu.


Al Hawqalah:-
Laa Hawla wa Laa Quwwata  
 Illa Billaah.
{There is no Power and No Strength Except with Allaah)

The  Four  Phrases  .....
  Laa  illaaha  illAllaah,
  Allaahu  Akbar 
   and  the  Hawqalah 
 La hawla  wa  laa  quwwata  illa  Billaah.
   together  encompass   Tawheed   {worshipping  Allaah   alone}
   and   Qadr  (Pre- Decree).
Ibn  Abee  Awfaa  said:-
  a  man  came  to  the
  Prophet  (Sallalaahu Alahi wa Sallam)  and  said-
  "I  cannot  learn  the  Qur'aan,  so  teach  me something that will suffice me.
He said:-
 SubhaanAllaah, wal hamdulillaah, wa laa illaaha illAllaah, wAllaahu Akbar, wa la Hawla wa laa Quwwata Illa Billaah,..."
{Aboo Daawood 832; Nisaa'ee 2/143; Daarqutnee 1/313-314)} 

Aboo  Hurayrah  (Radhi Allaahu Anhu) Said:-
"Shall I inform you of a phrase which is under  the  throne  and  from  amongst  the  treasures  of  Paradise? 
 Say,'la  hawla  wa  laa  quwwata  illa  billaah'.  Allaah  will  say:-
  'My  servant  has  submitted  himself  in intention,  action  and  Worship.
{aslama  wastaslama}
Haakim;  Dhahabee.    Similar  narration  in 
 Fath  al  Baari (11/501).

A  servant  does  not  control  Any  of  his  affairs.  He  does  not  have  the  means  to  repel  harm  or  the  ability  to  attain  goodness  except  by  Allaah's  Will. 
A  servant  cannot  change  disobedience  to  obedience,  sickness  to  health, weakness  to  strength,  deficiency  to  perfection  except by Allaah's Help.
He does not  have  the  ability  to  take  care of his affairs or realize any of his goals except by Allaah's help.
 What Allaah Wills will happen and what He does not Will will not happen.
 The affairs of creation are tied to His Decree and Pre-Destination.

La  hawla  wa  laa  quwwata  illa  billaah(there is no power and no strength except with Allaah).

  is  a  weighty  phrase  which  means  being  sincere  to  Allaah  alone  in  asking  for help.
 Just as the phrase of Tawheed:-
Laa ilaaha illAllaah is being sincere to Allaah Alone  in worship.

My "Salaams" To All. 

                         Y a s m i n.                  
  "All that is on earth will Perish. But will abide {Forever} 
 the Face of thy Lord, full of Majesty, Bounty and Honour"
 {'Quran'- Surah Al-Rahman-55.26-27 }
Son of Adam! You are nothing but a number of days,
whenever each day passes then part of you has Gone!
{Al-Hasan Al-Basree}

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