Have Taqwaa Always!!

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All praise belongs to Allah, Lord of the Worlds. Peace and Blessings of Allah be upon Muhammad (saws), his family, his Companions and all those who follow him till the Last Day.

0h believing brothers!

Indeed the advice which Allah has given to His servants from the time of Adam up until now, has been to have taqwaa (fear out of respect and love) of Him. Glorified and Exalted be He.


Feeding the poor and needy is an act that draws us closer to Allah. We earn His forgiveness, mercies and blessings through this act of charity.

“Anyone who looks after and works for a widow and a poor person is like a warrior fighting for Allah?s cause, or like a person who fasts during the day and prays all night. (Bukhari)

The Mighty the Majestic says,

“And We have instructed those who were given the scripture before you and yourselves to have taqwaa (fear) of Allah. But if you disbelieve then to Allah belongs whatever is in the Heavens and whatever is on the Earth. And ever is Allah free of need and praiseworthy.”

(An-Nisaa: 4:131)

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Have Taqwaa Always!!
Have Taqwaa Always!!

It is also the advice of the Messenger of Allah (SallAllahu Alayhi Wa Sallam) to his nation:

Abee Umaamah Suddee Ibn ‘Ujlaan al-Baahilee (RadhiAllahu Anhu) reports: I heard the Messenger of Allah (SallAllahu Alayhi Wa Sallam) giving a sermon in the farewell Hajj, saying,

“Fear -your Lord, pray your five prayers, fast the month Of Ramadaan, pay your zakaah, and obey your leaders, in doing so, you will enter your Lord’s Paradise.”

Whenever the Messenger of Allah (SallAllahu Alayhi Wa Sallam) sent a leader of a military expedition, he would advise him, to have a deep rooted taqwaa (fear) of Allah and he would also advise the rest of his military party likewise.

The Pious Predecessors (salat) did not stop giving mutual advice for having taqwaa (fear) of Allah in their sermons, their corresponding letters and their testaments after the Messenger of Allah, SallAllahu Alayhi Wa Sallam, passed away.


‘Umar Ibn al-Khattaab, radiyAllahu ‘anhu, wrote to his son ‘Abdullaah: “To proceed: Verily I advise you to have taqwaa (fear) of Allah the Mighty and Majestic, for whoever fears Him, Allah will protect him, and whoever gives a loan to Him, Allah will reward him, and whoever thanks Him, Allah will increase him.”

‘Alee, radiyAllahu ‘anhu,, gave advice to a man, and he said: “I advise you to have taqwaa (fear) of Allah the Mighty, the Majestic. There is no escape in meeting Him and there is no other to meet you except Him when you reach the Hereafter, for verily Allah owns this world and the Hereafter.”

One of the righteous, wrote to his believing brother: “I advise you with taqwaa (fear) of Allah who knows your secrets and sees your open actions, so remember Allah at every time of the night and day, and fear Allah according to His nearness, and the power He has over you. And know that He always sees you. And do not leave His Rule for another rule, nor His Dominion, for another dominion, So glorify Him, by fearing Him immensely.”

The meaning of taqwaa is that the servant puts between himself and that which he fears, a guard that will protect him.

The meaning of taqwaa regarding Allah’s servants is “That the servant puts between him and that which he fears, i.e. gaining the anger and the wrath of his Lord, a guard which will protect him.” By obeying Him and abstaining from disobeying Him.

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My noble brother, here are some sayings of our Pious Predecessors, in explaining the meaning of taqwaa (fear) of Allah:

Ibn Abbaas, radiyAllahu ‘anhu, said: “The ones who fear Allah, they are the ones who are wary of Allah and His Punishments.”

Have Taqwaa Always!!
Have Taqwaa Always!!

The taabi’ee Talq ibn Habeeb said: “If an ordeal appears amongst you extinguish it with taqwaa. ” When asked what is taqwaa, he replied, “Taqwaa (piety) is that you act in obedience to Allah, and hope in His mercy, upon a light from Him; and taqwaa is leaving acts of disobedience to Allah out of fear of Him, upon a light from Him.”

Ibn Mas’ood, radi Allahu ‘anh , said: “Speaking about the statement of Allah, the Most High,

“0 you who believe, have taqwaa (fear) of Allah, as you should have of Him and do not die except as Muslims.”

(Soorah Aal-‘Imran (3): 102.)

is that Allah is meant to be obeyed, and not disobeyed; remembered at all times, and not forgotten; and to be thanked, and we are not to be ungrateful to Him.”

So strive 0 my noble brothers, in fearing, Allah, the Mighty and Majestic, for He, glory be to Him, is entitled to he feared, revered and Glorified in your heart.

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