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Patience in Islam

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Patience in Islam

Post by Azadar E Mazloom on Tue May 25, 2010 3:29 pm

Bismillah Hirahman Niraheem,

Ya Ali (as) Madad

Hazrat Ayub (as) was a pattern of humility and faith in
Allah. He was very patient. He suffered from a number of calamities but
did not utter a single word of complaint. One day his big farm was
attacked by the thieves. They killed many of his servants and carried
away forcibly all his cattle. Hazrat Ayub (as) did not feel sorry at
this loss and thanked Allah.

After some time the roof of the
house fell down and many members of his family were crushed. Hazrat
Ayyub (as) was much shocked but he held fast to his faith in Allah. He
neither shed a tear nor heaved a sigh. He prostrated before the
Almighty. He remarked that possessions and children were the gifts from
Allah. If He had taken His things, it was useless to lament over their

After a few years Hazrat Ayub (as) suffered from skin
disease. His parts of body were covered with loathsome sores. He had
many ugly looking ulcers on his face and hands. The sores were full of
worms. It is narrated that he picked up those worms which fell from his
abscess and praised Allah for creating them.

Above all, his
false friends attributed his calamities to his sins. They ridiculed and
looked down upon him. All the persons deserted him with the exception of
his faithful wife, Rahima. She also grew tired of him in the long run
and prayed for his death. She cursed her husband for retaining integrity
in Allah. When Hazrat Ayub (as) was in an extremely pathetic condition
he prayed:

"Truly adversity has afflicted me and You are Most
Merciful of all who show mercy." (Surah 21: Verse 83)

accepted his prayer. The Holy Quran affirms:

"Then We heard his
prayer and removed that adversity from which he suffered, and We gave
him his household and the like thereof along with them, a mercy from Our
store and remembrance for the worshippers." (Surah 21: Verse 84)

Ayub (as) Recovers and Prospers

Allah turned to him with mercy.
He was commanded to strike the earth with his foot. He complied with
the order and water from the spring gushed forth. He took a bath with
the water and got cured from his evil disease. After this he was
restored to prosperity. Hazrat Ayub (as) knelt and prayed expressing a
deep sense of gratitude to Allah. He never forgot His favours, mercy and

Hazrat Ayub (as) was one of the celebrated Prophets. His
example illustrates: that those who remain patient under the stress of
all circumstances, are never deprived of high rewards. The Holy Quran

"And surely we try you with something of fear and
hunger, and loss of wealth and crops, but give glad-tidings to the
steadfast, who when a misfortune befalls them, say lo! we are Allah's
(possession of Allah) and to Him shall we surely return. Such are they
on whom are blessings from their Lord, and mercy. Such are the
rightly-guided." (Surah 2 : Verse 155-157)
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Re: Patience in Islam

Post by mahfooz on Sun May 30, 2010 9:34 am

But If Some Body Came In Karbala and Some Time think On Imam Hussain a.s And Syed Zain-ul-Abidin So He Feel All Nabi Leave The Karbala When Imam Hussain a.s Saying A Pray.It Is Real Prayer And Even That Time Imam Hussain a.s Request To God That All Sun Shine Put On Me.

Dua Go

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Re: Patience in Islam

Post by Azadar E Mazloom on Sun May 30, 2010 9:46 am

So very true Malik sahib, that is indeed one of the greatest sacrifices.

Bas Ya Hussain (as).
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