|About Marriage (238)|
|`Abdullăh bin Mas`ood said: The Messenger of Allah taught us the sermon of need: Al-hamdu lil-lăhi [nahmaduhu] wa nasta`eenuhu, wa nastaghfiruhu,
wa na`outhu bil-lăhi minshuroori 'anfusină, wa min sayyi'ăti 'a`mălină, may-yahdihil-lăhu fală mudhilla lahu, wa man yudhlil
fală hădiya lahu, wa 'ash-hadu' an lă 'ilăha'illă 'allăhu wahadahu lă shareeka lahu, wa 'ash-hadu 'anna muhammadan `abduhu
<<Yă 'ayyuhannăsu 'ittaqoo rabbakumu 'allathee khalaqakum min nafsin wăhidatin wa khalaqa minhă zawjahă wa bath-tha
minhumă rijălan katheeran wa nisă'an wattaqul-lăha 'allatheetasă'aloona bihi wal'arhăma inna 'allăha kăna `alaykum raqeeban>>
<<Yă 'ayyuhă 'allatheena ămanoo 'ittaqul-lăha haqqa tuqătihi wa lă tamootunna 'illă wa 'antum muslimoona>>
<<Yă 'ayyuhă 'allatheena ămanoo 'ittaqul-lăha wa qooloo qawlan sadeedan yuslih lakum 'a`mălakum wa yaghfir lakum
thunoobakum wa may yuti`illăha wa rasoolahu faqad făza fawzan `atheeman>> (248)
(246) O' mankind! Fear your Lord Who created you from a single person, created, out of
it, its mate, and from them twain scattered countless men and women;- Fear Allah through Whom you demand your mutual [rights]
and be heedful of the wombs: for Allah ever watches over you. [Surat 'An-Nisă (#4) V. 1]
(247) O' you who believe! fear Allah as He should be feared, and die not except in a state
of Islam. [Surat 'Ale-`Imrăn (#3) V. 102]
(248) O' you who believe!fear Allah, and make your utterance straight forward. That He
make your conduct whole and sound,and forgive you your sins: He that obeys Allah and his Messenger, has attained a great victory.
[Surat 'Al-Ahzăb (#33) V. 70, 71]
Reported by At-Tirmithi, Abu Dăwood, An-Nisă'ee, and Ibn Măjah. At-Tirmithi said it was comely-sound. Al-Albăni said: No.
It is sound. He said that it had four channels that were by way of Ibn Mas`ood, one of which was sound according to the conditions
of Muslim. This hadeeth is #164 in The Authentic of Good Sayings.
|About Marriage (239)|
|When the Prophet would congratulate a person upon marriage, he would say: Băraka 'allăhu laka, wa băraka `alayka, wa jama`a baynakumă fee
(249) May Allah bless for you, and bless upon you, and bring the two of you together in
At-Tirmithi said it was sound. Al-Albăni agreed, and said that it was, as Al-Hăkim and Ath-Thahabi agreed, of sound ascription
according to the conditions of Muslim.
|About Marriage (240)|
|It is reported that the Prophet said: "If one of you marries a woman, or buys a servant, then let him say: 'Allăhumma 'innee 'as'aluka khayrahă, wa khayra
mă jabaltahă `alayhi, wa 'a`outhu bika min sharrihă wa sharri mă jabaltahă `alayhi.(250)|
and if he purchases a camel, then let him hold it by the tip of its hump , and let him say the same."
(250) O' my ilăh I ask You her goodness, and the goodness of the inborn dispositions which
You have given her, and I solicit Your protection from her evil, and the evil dispositions which You have given her.
Reported by Abu Dăwood. Al-Albăni said that it was sound according to the conditions of Al-Bukhări, and Muslim, and that
it was also reported by Muslim. Al-Albăni includedd this hadeeth in The Authentic of Good Sayings as #169.
|About Marriage (241)|
|It is reported that the Prophet said:" Were it that when one of you come to his wife he should say:Bismillăhi, 'allăhumma jannibnă 'ash-shaytăna, wajannib
'ash-shaytăna mă razaqtană.(251) |
then if a son were decreed between them, no shaytăn would ever harm him".
(251) In The Name of Allah, O' my 'ilăh avoid us the shaytăn, and avoid the shaytăn that
which you You have granted us.
Agreed upon by Bukhări and Muslim. Al-Albăni included this hadeeth in The Authentic of Good Sayings as #166.
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