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Subject: ***HADITH QUDSI ***
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01awan01 12.06.11 - 10:50am
JMVBBCOy8KYtX3UK6dwm.gifAs salam o alaikum Sory friends i couldnt find in urdu so i m posting tis topic in english pls read it n understand wts hadith qudsi n in start the dafinatn of hadith qudsi hope u wil understand *

01awan01 12.06.11 - 10:56am
Hadith Qudsi are the sayings of the Prophet Muhammad
(Peace and Blessings of Allah
be upon him) as revealed to
him by the Almighty Allah.
Hadith Qudsi (or Sacred Hadith) are so named because, unlike the majority of Hadith which are Prophetic Hadith, their
authority (Sanad) is traced
back not to the Prophet but to the Almighty. Among the many definitions given by the early scholars to
Sacred Hadith is that of as-
Sayyid ash-Sharif al-Jurjani
(died in 816 A.H.) in his lexicon At-Tarifat where he says: A Sacred Hadith is, as to the meaning, from Allah the Almighty; as to the wording, it is from the messenger of Allah (PBUH). It is that which Allah the Almighty has communicated to His Prophet through revelation or in dream, and he, peace be upon him, has communicated it in his own words. Thus Qur'an is superior to it because, besides being revealed, it is His wording.


Hadith Qudsi 1: On the authority of Abu
Hurayrah (may Allah be
pleased with him), who said
that the Messenger of Allah
(PBUH) said: When Allah decreed the Creation He pledged Himself
by writing in His book which
is laid down with Him: My
mercy prevails over my
wrath. It was related by Muslim (also
by al-Bukhari, an-Nasa'i and
Ibn Majah).

Hadith Qudsi 2: On the authority of Abu
Hurayrah (may Allah be
pleased with him), who said
that the Messenger of Allah
(PBUH) said: Allah Almighty
has said: The son of Adam denied Me and he had no right to do so.
And he reviled Me and he had no right to do so. As for his denying Me, it is his saying: He will not remake me as He made me at first (1) - and the
initial creation [of him] is no
easier for Me than remaking
him. As for his reviling Me, it
is his saying: Allah has taken
to Himself a son, while I am the One, the Everlasting
Refuge. I begot not nor was I
begotten, and there is none
comparable to Me. (1) i.e., bring me back to life
after death. It was related by al-Bukhari
(also by an-Nasa'i).

Hadith Qudsi 3: On the authority of Zayd ibn
Khalid al-Juhaniyy (may Allah
be pleased with him), who
said:
The Messenger of Allah (may
the blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) led the
morning prayer for us at al-
Hudaybiyah following rainfall
during the night. When the
Prophet (may the blessings
and peace of Allah be upon him) finished, he faced the
people and said to them: Do
you know what your Lord
has said? They said: Allah and
his Messenger know best. He
said: This morning one of my servants became a believer in
Me and one a disbeliever. As
for him who said: We have
been given rain by virtue of
Allah and His mercy, that one
is a believer in Me, a disbeliever in the stars (2); and
as for him who said: We have
been given rain by such-and-
such a star, that one is a
disbeliever in Me, a believer in
the stars. (2) The pre-Islamic Arabs
believed that rain was
brought about by the
movement of stars. This
Hadith draws attention to the
fact that whatever be the direct cause of such natural
phenomena as rain, it is Allah
the Almighty who is the
Disposer of all things. It is related by al-Bukhari
(also by Malik and an-Nasa'i).
Hadith Qudsi 4: On the authority of Abu
Hurayrah (may Allah be
pleased with him), who said
that the Messenger of Allah
(PBUH) said: Allah said:
Sons of Adam inveigh against [the vicissitudes of] Time, and
I am Time, in My hand is the
night and the day (1). (1) As the Almighty is the
Ordainer of all things, to
inveigh aginst misfortunes
that are part of Time is
tantamount to inveighing
against Him. It was related by al-Bukhari
(also by Muslim).

Hadith Qudsi 5: On the authority of Abu
Hurayrah (may Allah be
pleased with him), who said
that the Messenger of Allah
(PBUH) said: Allah (glorified
and exalted be He) said: I am so self-sufficient that I
am in no need of having an
associate. Thus he who does
an action for someone else's
sake as well as Mine will have
that action renounced by Me to him whom he associated
with Me. It was related by Muslim (also
by Ibn Majah). *

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Hadith Qudsi 6: On the authority of Abu
Hurayrah (may Allah be
pleased with him), who said: I
heard the Messenger of Allah
(PBUH) say:
The first of people against whom judgment will be
pro nounced on the Day of
Resurrection will be a man
who died a martyr. He will be
brought and Allah will make
known to him His favours and he will recognize them. [ The
Almighty] will say: And what
did you do about them? He
will say: I fought for you
until I died a martyr. He will
say: You have lied - you did but fight that it might be said
[of you]: He is courageous.
And so it was said. Then he
will be ordered to be dragged
along on his face until he is
cast into Hell-fire. [Another] will be a man who has studied
[religious] knowledge and has
taught it and who used to
recite the Quran. He will be
brought and Allah will make
known to his His favours and he will recognize them. [The
Almighty] will say: And what
did you do about them? He
will say: I studied [religious]
knowledge and I taught it
and I recited the Quran for Your sake. He will say: You
have lied - you did but study
[religious] knowledge that it
might be said [of you]: He is
learned. And you recited the
Quran that it might be said [of you]: He is a reciter. And so it
was said. Then he will be
ordered to be dragged along
on his face until he is cast into
Hell-fire. [Another] will be a
man whom Allah had made rich and to whom He had
given all kinds of wealth. He
will be brought and Allah will
make known to his His
favours and he will recognize
them. [The Almighty] will say: And what did you do
about them? He will say: I left
no path [untrodden] in which
You like money to be spent
without spending in it for
Your sake. He will say: You have lied - you did but do so
that it might be said [of you]:
He is open-handed. And so it
was said. Then he will be
ordered to be dragged along
on his face until he is cast into Hell-fire. It was related by Muslim (also
by at-Tirmidhi and an-Nasa'i).

Hadith Qudsi 7: On the authority of Uqbah ibn
Amir (may Allah be pleased
with him), who said: I heard
the messenger of Allah (PBUH)
say:
Your Lord delights at a shepherd who, on the peak of
a mountain crag, gives the call
to prayer and prays. Then
Allah (glorified and exalted be
He) say: Look at this servant
of Mine, he gives the call to prayer and performs the
prayers; he is in awe of Me. I
have forgiven My servant [his
sins] and have admitted him
to Paradise. It was related by an-Nasa'i
with a good chain of
authorities.

Hadith Qudsi 8: On the authority of Abu
Hurayrah (may Allah be
pleased with him) from the
Prophet (PBUH), who said:
A prayer performed by
someone who has not recited the Essence of the Quran (1)
during it is deficient (and he
repeated the word three
times), incomplete. Someone
said to Abu Hurayrah: [Even
though] we are behind the imam? (2) He said: Recite it to
yourself, for I have heard the
Prophet (may the blessings
and peace of Allah be up on
him) say: Allah (mighty and
sublime be He), had said: I have divided prayer between
Myself and My servant into
two halves, and My servant
shall have what he has asked
for. When the servant says:
Al-hamdu lillahi rabbi l-alamin (3), Allah (mighty and sublime
be He) says: My servant has
praised Me. And when he
says: Ar-rahmani r-rahim (4),
Allah (mighty and sublime be
He) says: My servant has extolled Me, and when he
says: Maliki yawmi d-din (5),
Allah says: My servant has
glorified Me - and on one
occasion He said: My servant
has submitted to My power. And when he says: Iyyaka na
budu wa iyyaka nasta in (6),
He says: This is between Me
and My servant, and My
servant shall have what he
has asked for. And when he says: Ihdina s-sirata l-
mustaqim, siratal ladhina an
amta alayhim ghayril-
maghdubi alayhim wa la d-
dallin (7), He says: This is for
My servant, and My servant shall have what he has asked
for. (1) Surat al-Fatihah, the first
surah (chapter) of the Qur'an. (2) i.e. standing behind the
imam (leader) listening to him
reciting al-Fatihah. (3) Praise be to Allah, Lord of
the Worlds. (4) The Merciful, the
Compassionate. (5) Master of the Day of
Judgement. (6) It is You we worship and
it is You we ask for help. (7) Guide us to the straight
path, the path of those upon
whom You have bestowed
favors, not of those against
whom You are angry, nor of
those who are astray. It was related by Muslim ( *

01awan01 12.06.11 - 11:04am
Hadith Qudsi 11: On the authority of Abu
Harayrah (may Allah be
pleased with him) from the
Prophet (PBUH), who said:
Allah (mighty and sublime be
He) said: Spend (on charity), O son of
Adam, and I shall spend on
you. It was related by al-Bukhari
(also by Muslim).

Hadith Qudsi 12: On the authority of Abu
Mas'ud al-Ansari (may Allah
be pleased with him), who
said that the Messenger of
Allah (may the blessings and
peace of Allah be upon him) said:
A man from among those
who were before you was
called to account. Nothing in
the way of good was found
for him except that he used to have dealings with people
and, being well-to-do, he
would order his servants to
let off the man in straitened
cir tances [from repaying
his debt]. He (the Prophet p.b.u.h) said that Allah said:
We are worthier than you of
that (of being so generous).
Let him off. It was related by Muslim (also
by al-Bukhari and an-Nasa'i).

Hadith Qudsi 13: On the authority of Adiyy ibn
Hatim (may Allah be pleased
with him), who said:
I was with the Messenger of
Allah (may the blessings and
peace of Allah be upon him) and there came to him two
men: one of them was
complaining of penury (being
very poor), while the other
was complaining of brigandry
(robbery). The Messenger of Allah (may the blessings and
peace of Allah be upon him)
said: As for brigandry, it will
be but a short time before a
caravan will [be able to] go
out of Mecca without a guard. As for penury, the Hour (Day
of Judgement) will not arrive
before one of you takes his
charity around without
finding anyone to accept it
from him. Then (1) one of you will surely stand before Allah,
there being no screed
between Him and him, nor an
interpreter to translate for
him. Then He will say to him:
Did I not bring you wealth? And he will say: Yes. Then He
will say: Did I not send to you
a messenger? And he will say:
Yes. And he will look to his
right and will see nothing but
Hell-fire, then he will look to his left and will see nothing
but Hell-fire, so let each of you
protect himself against Hell-
fire, be it with even half a
date - and if he finds it not,
then with a kind word. (1) i.e. at the time of the Hour.
It was related by al-Bukhari.

Hadith Qudsi 14: On the authority of Abu
Harayrah (may Allah be
pleased with him) from the
Prophet (PBUH), who said:
Allah (glorified and exalted be
He) has supernumerary angels who rove about seeking out
gatherings in which Allah's
name is being invoked: they
sit with them and fold their
wings round each other, fillin
that which is between them and between the lowest
heaven. When [the people in
the gathering] depart, [the
angels] ascend and rise up to
heaven. He (the Prophet
p.b.u.h.) said: Then Allah (mighty and sublime be He)
asks them - [though] He is
most knowing about them:
From where have you come?
And they say: We have come
from some servants of Yours on Earth: they were
glorifying You (Subhana llah),
exalting you (Allahu akbar),
witnessing that there is no
god but You (La ilaha illa llah),
praising You (Al-Hamdu lillah), and asking [favours] of You.
He says: And what do they
ask of Me? They say: They ask
of You Your Paradise. He says:
And have they seen My
Paradise? They say: No, O Lord. He says: And how would it be
were they to have seen My
Paradise! They say: And they
ask protection of You. He
says: From what do they ask
protection of Me? They say: From Your Hell-fire, O Lord. He
says: And have they seen My
Hell-fire? They say: NO. He
says: And how would it be
were they to have seen My
Hell-fire: They say: And they ask for Your forgiveness. He
(the Prophet p.b.u.h) said:
Then He says: I have forgiven
them and I have bestowed
upon them what they have
asked for,and I have granted them sanctuary from that
from which they asked
protection. He (the Prophet
p.b.u.h) said: They say: O Lord,
among then is So-and-so, a
much sinning servant, who was merely passing by and
sat down with them. He ( *

01awan01 12.06.11 - 11:09am
.Hadith Qudsi 16: On the authority of son of
Abbas (may Allah be pleased
with them both), from the
Messenger of Allah (PBUH),
among the sayings he related
from his Lord (glorified and exalted be He) is that He said:
Allah has written down the
good deeds and the bad ones.
Then He explained it [by
saying that] he who has
intended a good deed and has not done it, Allah writes it
down with Himself as a full
good deed, but if he has
intended it and has done it,
Allah writes it down with
Himself as from ten good deeds to seven hundred times,
or many times over. But if he
has intended a bad deed and
has not done it, Allah writes it
down with Himself as a full
good deed, but if he has intended it and has done it,
Allah writes it down as one
bad deed. It was related by al-Bukhari
and Muslim.


Hadith Qudsi 17: On the authority of Abu Dharr
al-Ghifari (may Allah be
pleased with him) from the
Prophet (PBUH) is that among
the sayings he relates from his
Lord (may He be glorified) is that He said:
O My servants, I have
forbidden oppression for
Myself and have made it
forbidden amongst you, so do
not oppress one another. O My servants, all of you are astray
except for those I have
guided, so seek guidance of Me
and I shall guide you, O My
servants, all of you are
hungry except for those I have fed, so seek food of Me
and I shall feed you. O My
servants, all of you are naked
except for those I have
clothed, so seek clothing of Me
and I shall clothe you. O My servants, you sin by night and
by day, and I forgive all sins,
so seek forgiveness of Me and
I shall forgive you. O My
servants, you will not attain
harming Me so as to harm Me, and will not attain benefitting
Me so as to benefit Me. O My
servants, were the first of
you and the last of you, the
human of you and the jinn of
you to be as pious as the most pious heart of any one man of
you, that would not increase
My kingdom in anything. O
My servants, were the first of
you and the last of you, the
human of you and the jinn of you to be as wicked as the
most wicked heart of any one
man of you, that would not
decrease My kingdom in
anything. O My servants,
were the first of you and the last of you, the human of you
and the jinn of you to rise up
in one place and make a
request of Me, and were I to
give everyone what he
requested, that would not decrease what I have, any
more that a needle decreases
the sea if put into it. O My
servants, it is but your deeds
that I reckon up for you and
then recompense you for, so let him finds good praise Allah
and let him who finds other
that blame no one but himself. It was related by Muslim (also
by at-Tirmidhi and Ibn Majah).


Hadith Qudsi 18: On the authority of Abu
Hurayrah (may Allah be
pleased with him), who said
that the Messenger of Allah
(PBUH) said: Allah (mighty and
sublime be He) will say on the Day of Resurrection:
O son of Adam, I fell ill and
you visited Me not. He will
say: O Lord, and how should I
visit You when You are the
Lord of the worlds? He will say: Did you not know that
My servant So-and-so had
fallen ill and you visited him
not? Did you not know that
had you visited him you
would have found Me with him? O son of Adam, I asked
you for food and you fed Me
not. He will say: O Lord, and
how should I feed You when
You are the Lord of the
worlds? He will say: Did you not know that My servant So-
and-so asked you for food
and you fed him not? Did you
not know that had you fed
him you would surely have
found that (the reward for doing so) with Me? O son of
Adam, I asked you to give Me
to drink and you gave Me not
to drink. He will say: O Lord,
how should I give You to
drink whin You are the Lord of the worlds? He will say: My
servant So-and-so asked you
to give him to drink and you
gave him not to drink. Had
you given him to drink you
would have surely found that with Me. It was related by Muslim.


Hadith Qudsi 19: On the authority of Abu
Hurayrah (may Allah be
pleased with him), who said
that the Messenger of Allah
(PBUH) said: Allah (mighty and
sublime be He) said: Pride is my cloak and
greatness My robe, and he
who competes with Me in
respect of either of them I
shall cast into Hell-fire. It was related by Abu Dawud
(also by Ibn Majah and
Ahmad) with sound chains of
authority. This Hadith also
appears in Muslim in another
version.


Hadith Qudsi 20: On the authority of Abu
Hurayrah (may Allah be
pleased with him), who said
that the Messenger of Allah
(PBUH) said:
The gates of Paradise will be opened on Mondays and on
Thursdays, and every servant
[of Allah] who associates
nothing with Allah will be
forgiven, except for the man
who has a grudge against his brother. [About them] it will
be said: Delay these two until
they are reconciled; delay
these two until they are
reconciled. It was related by Muslim (also
by Malik and Abu Dawud). *

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Hadith Qudsi 21: On the authority of Abu
Hurayrah (may Allah be
pleased with him), who said
that the Messenger of Allah
(PBUH) said that Allah the
Almighty said: There are three (1) whose
adversary I shall be on the
Day of Resurrection: a man
who has given his word by
Me and has broken it; a man
who has sold a free man (2) and has consumed the price;
and a man who has hired a
workman, has exacted his due
in full from him and has not
given him his wage. (1) i.e. types of men. (2) i.e. a man who has made a
slave of another and has sold
him. It was related by al-Bukhari
(also by Ibn Majah and
Ahmad ibn Hanbal).


Hadith Qudsi 22:
On the authority of Abu Sa'id
(may Allah be pleased with
him), who said that the
Messenger of Allah (PBUH)
said: Let not any one of you belittle
himself. They said: O
Messenger of Allah, how can
any one of us belittle himself?
He said: He finds a matter
concerning Allah about which he should say something, and
he does not say [it], so Allah
(mighty and sublime be He)
says to him on the Day of
Resurrection: What prevented
you from saying something about such-and-such and such-
and-such? He say: [It was] out
of fear of people. Then He
says: Rather it is I whom you
should more properly fear. It was related by Ibn Majah
with a sound chain of
authorities.


Hadith Qudsi 23: On the authority of Abu
Hurayrah (may Allah be
pleased with him), who said
that the Messenger of Allah
(PBUH) said: Allah will say on
the Day of Resurrection: Where are those who love
one another through My
glory? Today I shall give them
shade in My shade, it being a
day when there is no shade
but My shade. It was related by al-Bukhari
(also by Malik).


Hadith Qudsi 24: On the authority of Abu
Hurayrah (may Allah be
pleased with him), who said
that the Messenger of Allah
(PBUH) said:
If Allah has loved a servant [of His] He calls Gabriel (on
whom be peace) and says: I
love So-and-so, therefore love
him. He (the Prophet pbuh)
said: So Gabriel loves him.
Then he (Gabriel) calls out in heaven, saying: Allah loves
So-and-so, therefore love him.
And the inhabitants of heaven
love him. He (the Prophet
pbuh) said: Then acceptance is
established for him on earth. And if Allah has abhorred a
servant [of His], He calls Gabriel
and says: I abhor So-and-so,
therefore abhor him. So
Gabriel abhors him. Then
Gabriel calls out to the inhabitants of heaven: Allah
abhors So-and-so, therefore
abhor him. He (the Prophet
pbuh) said: So they abhor him,
and abhorrence is established
for him on earth. It was related by Muslim (also
by al-Bukhari, Malik, and at-
Tirmidhi).


Hadith Qudsi 25: On the authority of Abu
Hurayrah (may Allah be
pleased with him), who said
that the Messenger of Allah
(PBUH) said: Allah (mighty and
sublime be He) said: Whosoever shows enmity to
someone devoted to Me, I
shall be at war with him. My
servant draws not near to Me
with anything more loved by
Me than the religious duties I have enjoined upon him, and
My servant continues to draw
near to Me with
supererogatory works so that
I shall love him. When I love
him I am his hearing with which he hears, his seeing
with which he sees, his hand
with which he strikes and his
foot with which he walks.
Were he to ask [something] of
Me, I would surely give it to him, and were he to ask Me
for refuge, I would surely
grant him it. I do not hesitate
about anything as much as I
hesitate about [seizing] the
soul of My faithful servant: he hates death and I hate hurting
him. It was related by al-Bukhari. *

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.Hadith Qudsi 26: On the authority of Abu
Umamah (may Allah be
pleased with him), who said
that the Messenger of Allah
(PBUH) said: Allah (mighty and
sublime be He) said: Truly of those devoted to Me
the one I most favour is a
believer who is of meagre
means and much given to
prayer, who has been
particular in the worship of his Lord and has obeyed Him
inwardly (1), who was
obscure among people and not
pointed our, and whose
sustenance was just sufficient
to provide for him yet he bore this patiently. Then the
Prophet (pbuh) rapped his
hand and said: Death will have
come early to him, his
mourners will have been few,
his estate scant. (1) i.e. he has not been
ostentatious in his obedience. It was related by at-Tirmidhi
(also by Ahmad ibn Hanbal
and Ibn Majah). Its chain of
authorities is sound.


Hadith Qudsi 27: On the authority of Masruq,
who said:
We asked Abdullah (i.e. Ibn
Masud) about this verse: And
do not regard those who have
been killed in the cause of Allah as dead, rather are they
alive with their Lord, being
provided for (Quran Chapter 3
Verse 169). He said: We asked
about that and the Prophet
(pbuh) said: Their souls are in the insides of green birds
having lanterns suspended
from the Throne, roaming
freely in Paradise where they
please, then taking shelter in
those lanterns. So their Lord cast a glance at them (1) and
said: Do you wish for
anything? They said: What
shall we wish for when we
roam freely in Paradise where
we please? And thus did He do to them three times. When
they say that they would not
be spared from being asked
[again], they said: O Lord, we
would like for You to put
back our souls into our bodies so that we might fight for
Your sake once again. And
when He saw that they were
not in need of anything they
were let be. (1) i.e. at those who had been
killed in the cause of Allah. It was related by Muslim (also
by at-Tirmidhi, an-Nasa'i and
Ibn Majah).


Hadith Qudsi 28: On the authority of Jundub
ibn Abdullah (may Allah be
pleased with him), who said
that the Messenger of Allah
(PBUH) said:
There was amongst those before you a man who had a
wound. He was in [such]
anguish that he took a knife
and made with it a cut in his
hand, and the blood did not
cease to flow till he died. Allah the Almighty said: My servant
has himself forestalled Me; I
have forbidden him Paradise. It was related by al-Bukhari.


Hadith Qudsi 29: On the authority of Abu
Hurayrah (may Allah be
pleased with him), who said
that the Messenger of Allah
(PBUH) said: Allah (mighty and
sublime be He) says: My faithful servant's reward
from Me, if I have taken to Me
his best friend from amongst
the inhabitants of the world
and he has then borne it
patiently for My sake, shall be nothing less than Paradise. It was related by al-Bukhari.


Hadith Qudsi 30: On the authority of Abu
Hurayrah (may Allah be
pleased with him), who said
that the Messenger of Allah
(PBUH) said: Allah (mighty and
sublime be He) said: If My servant likes to meet
Me, I like to meet him; and if
he dislikes to meet Me, I
dislike to meet him. Prophetic
explanation of this Sacred
Hadith: He who likes to meet Allah, Allah likes to meet him;
and he who dislikes to meet
Allah, Allah dislikes to meet
him. Aishah (may Allah be
pleased with her) said: O
Prophet of Allah, is it because of the dislike of death, for all
of us dislike death? The
Prophet (pbuh) said: It is not
so, but rather it is that when
the believer is given news of
Allah's mercy, His approval and His Paradise, he likes to
meet Allah and Allah likes to
meet him; but when the
unbeliever is given news of
Allah's punishment and His
displeasure, he dislikes to meet Allah and Allah dislikes
to meet him. It was related by al-Bukhari
and Malik. The Prophetic
version is related by Muslim. *

01awan01 12.06.11 - 11:23am
Hadith Qudsi 31: On the authority of Jundub
(may Allah be pleased with
him), who said that the
Messenger of Allah (PBUH)
related:
A man said: By Allah, Allah will not forgive So-and-so. At
this Allah the Almighty said:
Who is he who swears by Me
that I will not forgive So-and-
so? Verily I have forgiven So-
and-so and have nullified your [own good] deeds (1) (or as he
said [it]). (1) A similar Hadith, which is
given by Abu Dawud,
indicates that the person
referred to was a goldly man
whose previous good deeds
were brought to nought through presuming to declare
that Allah would not forgive
someone's bad deeds. It was related by Muslim.


Hadith Qudsi 32: On the authority of Abu
Hurayrah (may Allah be
pleased with him), who said
that the Messenger of Allah
(PBUH) said:
A man sinned greatly against himself, and when death came
to him he charged his sons,
saying: When I have died,
burn me, then crush me and
scatter [my ashes] into the
sea, for, by Allah, if my Lord takes possession of me, He
will punish me in a manner in
which He has punished no one
[else]. So they did that to him.
Then He said to the earth:
Produce what you have taken-and there he was! And
He said to him: What induced
you to do what you did? He
said: Being afraid of You, O my
Lord (or he said: Being
frightened of You) and because of that He forgave
him. It was related by Muslim (also
by al-Bukhari, an-Nasa'i and
Ibn Majah).


Hadith Qudsi 33: On the authority of Abu
Hurayrah (may Allah be
pleased with him) that the
Prophet (PBUH), from among
the things he reports from his
Lord (mighty and sublime be He), is that he said:
A servant [of Allah's]
committed a sin and said: O
Allah, forgive me my sin. And
He (glorified and exalted be
He) said: My servant has committed a sin and has
known that he has a Lord
who forgives sins and
punishes for them. Then he
sinned again and said: O Lord,
forgive me my sin. And He (glorified and exalted be He)
said: My servant has
committed a sin and has
known that he has a Lord
who forgives sins and
punishes for them. Then he sinned again and said: O Lord,
forgive me my sin. And He
(glorified and exalted be He)
said: My servant has
committed a sin and has
known that he has a Lord who forgives sins and
punishes for sins. Do what
you wish, for I have forgiven
you. It was related by Muslim (also
by al-Bukhari).


Hadith Qudsi 34: On the authority of Anas
(may Allah be pleased with
him), who said: I heard the
Messenger of Allah (PBUH) say:
Allah the Almighty said:
O son of Adam, so long as you call upon Me and ask of Me, I
shall forgive you for what
you have done, and I shall not
mind. O son of Adam, were
your sins to reach the clouds
of the sky and were you then to ask forgiveness of Me, I
would forgive you. O son of
Adam, were you to come to
Me with sins nearly as great as
the earth and were you then
to face Me, ascribing no partner to Me, I would bring
you forgiveness nearly as
great at it. It was related by at-Tirmidhi
(also by Ahmad ibn Hanbal).
Its chain of authorities is
sound.


Hadith Qudsi 35: On the authority of Abu
Hurayrah (may Allah be
pleased with him), who said
that the Messenger of Allah
(PBUH) said:
Our Lord (glorified and exalted be He) descends each
night to the earth's sky when
there remains the final third
of the night, and He says: Who
is saying a prayer to Me that I
may answer it? Who is asking something of Me that I may
give it him? Who is asking
forgiveness of Me that I may
forgive him? It was related by al-Bukhari
(also by Muslim, Malik, at-
Tirmidhi and Abu Dawud). In a version by Muslim the
Hadith ends with the words: And thus He continues till [the
light of] dawn shines. *

01awan01 12.06.11 - 11:27am
.Hadith Qudsi 36: On the authority of Anas
(may Allah be pleased with
him) from the Prophet (PBUH),
who said:
The believers will gather
together on the Day of Resurrection and will say:
Should we not ask [someone]
to intercede for us with our
Lord? So they will come to
Adam and will say: You are
the Father of mankind; Allah created you with His hand He
made His angels bow down to
you and He taught you the
names of everything, so
intercede for us with you
Lord so that He may give us relief form this place where
we are. And he will say: I am
not in a position [to do that] -
and he will mention his
wrongdoing and will feel
ashamed and will say: Go to Noah, for he is the first
messenger that Allah sent to
the inhabitants of the earth.
So they will come to him and
he will say: I am not in a
position [to do that] - and he will mention his having
requested something of his
Lord about which he had no
[proper] knowledge (Quran
Chapter 11 Verses 45-46), and
he will feel ashamed and will say: Go to the Friend of the
Merciful (Abraham). So they
will come to him and he will
say: I am not in a position [to
do that]. Go to Moses, a
servant to whom Allah talked and to whom He gave the
Torah. So they will come to
him and he will say: I am not
in a position [to do that] - and
he will mention the talking of
a life other that for a life (Quran Chapter 28 Verses
15-16), and he will fell
ashamed in the sight of his
Lord and will say: Go to Jesus,
Allah's servant and
messenger, Allah's word and spirit. So they will come to
him and he will say: I am not
in a position [to do that]. Go to
Muhammad (may the
blessings and peace of Allah be
upon him), a servant to whom Allah has forgiven all
his wrongdoing, past and
future. So they will come to
me and I shall set forth to ask
permission to come to my
Lord, and permission will be given, and when I shall see
my Lord I shall prostrate
myself. He will leave me thus
for such time as it pleases Him,
and then it will be said [to
me]: Raise your head. Ask and it will be granted. Speak and it
will be heard. Intercede and
your intercession will be
accepted. So I shall raise my
head and praise Him with a
form of praise that He will teach me. Then I shall
intercede and HE will set me a
limit [as to the number of
people], so I shall admit them
into Paradise. Then I shall
return to Him, and when I shall see my Lord [I shall bow
down] as before. Then I shall
intercede and He will set me a
limit [as to the number of
people]. So I shall admit them
into Paradise. Then I shall return for a third time, then a
fourth, and I shall say: There
remains in Hell-fire only those
whom the Quran has confined
and who must be there for
eternity. There shall come out of Hell-fire he who has said:
There is no god but Allah and
who has in his heart goodness
weighing a barley-corn; then
there shall come out of Hell-
fire he who has said: There is no god but Allah and who has
in his heart goodness
weighing a grain of wheat;
then there shall come out of
Hell-fire he who has said:
There is no god but Allah and who has in his heart goodness
weighing an atom. It was related by al-Bukhari
(also by Muslim, at-Tirmidhi,
and Ibn Majah).


Hadith Qudsi 37: On the authority of Abu
Hurayrah (may Allah be
pleased with him), who said
that the Messenger of Allah
(PBUH) said: Allah said:
I have prepared for My righteous servants what no
eye has seen and no ear has
heard, not has it occurred to
human heart. Thus recite if
you wish (1): And no soul
knows what joy for them (the inhabitants of Paradise)
has been kept hidden (Quran
Chapter 32 Verse 17). (1) The words Thus recite if
you wish are those of Abu
Harayrah. It was related by al-Bukhari,
Muslim, at-Tirmidhi and Ibn
Majah.


Hadith Qudsi 38: On the authority of Abu
Hurayrah (may Allah be
pleased with him), who said
that the Messenger of Allah
(PBUH) said:
When Allah created Paradise and Hell-fire, He sent Gabriel to
Paradise, saying: Look at it
and at what I have prepared
therein for its inhabitants. The
Prophet (pbuh) said: So he
came to it and looked at it and at what Allah had prepared
therein for its inhabitants. The
Prophet (pbuh) said: So he
returned to Him and said: By
your glory, no one hears of it
without entering it. So He ordered that it be
encompassed by forms of
hardship, and He said: Return
to it and look at what I have
prepared therein for its
inhabitants. The Prophet (pbuh) said: So he returned to
it and found that it was
encompassed by forms of
hardship (1). Then he returned
to Him and said: By Your
glory, I fear that no one will enter it. He said: Go to Hell-fire
and look at it and what I have
prepared therein for its
inhabitants, and he fount that
it was in layers, one above the
other. Then he returned to Him and said: By Your glory,
no one who hears of it will
enter it. So He ordered that it
be encompassed by lusts. Then
He said: Return to it. And he
returned to it and said: By Your glory, I am frightened
that no one will escape from
entering it. (1) The Arabic word used here
is makarih, the literal
meaning of which is things
that are disliked. In this
context it refers to forms of
religious discipline that man usually finds onerous. It was related by Tirmidhi,
who said that it was a good
and sound Hadith (also by
Abu Dawud and an-Nasa'i).


Hadith Qudsi 39: On the authority of Abu Sa'id
al-Khudri (may Allah be
pleased with him), who said
that the Messenger of Allah
(PBUH) said:
Paradise and Hell-fire disputed together, and Hell-fire said: In
me are the mighty and the
haughty. Paradise said: In me
are the weak and the poor. So
Allah judged between them,
[saying]: You are Paradise, My mercy; through you I show
mercy to those I wish. And
you are Hell-fire, My
punishment; through you I
punish those I wish, and it is
incumbent upon Me that each of you shall have its fill. It was related by Muslim (also
by al-Bukhari and at-Tirmidhi).


Hadith Qudsi 40: On the authority of Abu Sa'id
al-Khudri (may Allah be
pleased with him), who said
that the Messenger of Allah
(PBUH) said:
Allah will say to the inhabitant of Paradise: O
inhabitants of Paradise! They
will say: O our Lord, we
present ourselves and are at
Your pleasure, and goodness
rests in Your hands. Then He will say: Are you contented?
And they will say: And how
should we not be contented, O
Lord, when You have given to
us that which You have given
to no one else of Your creation? Then He will say:
Would not like Me to give you
something better than that?
And they will say: O Lord and
what thing is better than
that? And He will say: I shall cause My favour to descend
upon you and thereafter shall
never be displeased with you. It was related by al-Bukhari
(also by Muslim and at-
Tirmidhi). *


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