As part of the seminar, Knowledge: Its Path, Its Etiquettes and Its Importance at TROID, Aug. 2017, our respected teacher and elder, Ustādh ʿAbdu-Ilāh Laḥmāmī delivers a beautiful lecture drawing upon a number of benefits taken from the beneficial work of Imām Ibn al-Qayyim (raḥimahullāh), Al-Wābil al-Sayyib
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A selected number of various benefits from Ibn al-Qayyim.
An explanation of the poisonous effects that sins and acts of disobedience have upon the heart.
A short essay on the soul's connection to the body, in this life and in the Hereafter.
A concise discussion on the prohibition of speaking about without knowledge and the resultant evils. Our beloved brother, Abū al-ʿAbbās, presents the comprehensive statement of Shaykh al-Islām Ibn al-Qayyim in this regard.
Supplication is from the most beneficial types of healing. It is the enemy of illness and affliction - repressing it and treating it, preventing its occurrence, removing it or at least alleviating it.
When the heart is nourished with dhikr, its thirst quenched with contemplation and cleansed from corruption, it shall witness remarkable and wondrous matters and be inspired with wisdom.
It is what the heart attains of tranquillity and satisfaction at the onset of the calamity and the removal of unrest, confusion and despair. Therefore, the servant surrenders and submits himself before his Lord and Master and he emerges in a state of complete rest and tranquility - looking on Him with his heart, and his soul at peace. His witnessing His Kindness has distracted him from the severity of the situation.
Abū Ḥakīm Bilāl Davis conveys a lecture regarding a small yet comprehensive reminder.
A beautiful article on the two declarations of faith.
A small collection of statements of the salaf against Ibn Sīnā, a philosopher who made many statements of kufr. Unfortunately, he is considered by some to be from the great scholars of the past. The statements of al-Dhahabī and his contemporaries suggest the opposite.
Tafsīr of the verse in Sūrah Sūrah al-Nisāʾ concerning the hypocrites who waver betwen belief and disbelief.
The Salāms (Islāmic Greetings) are a right solely for the Muslims.
Covering the rules and regulations of a long forgotten Sunnah.