Without His mercy, none can be purified - Avondale Musallah

Zikr Majlis, at Durban on February 22, 2018

Poetry: Jis Pe Hota He Fazle Rahmaani

The poetry of the lovers of Allah SWT is deep in meaning and conveys important lessons to us. From the poetry, ‘Jis Pe Hota He Fazle Rahmaani’ we learn that it is only by the Rahmah (mercy) and Fadhl (grace) of Allah SWT that hearts become spiritually purified. We should constantly make dua for Allah SWT to direct His Rahmah and Fadhl towards us, as it is only then that we will take steps towards giving up ‘shaytaani’ deeds and actions and draw close to Him. A person will not be able to resist on his own strength the efforts shaytaan makes to beguile and mislead us, from the time we get up until we go to sleep. The true wealth is the wealth of Iman, which is only found in the hearts of those who connect themselves to Allah SWT. That person who considers himself independent of a Spiritual Mentor will not achieve protection from shaytaan and the temptations around him and will not be able to maintain true spirituality without giving his hand in the hand of a ‘Shaikh-e-Kaamil’. But, a person who has even the most perfect and unparallelled Spiritual Mentor will not benefit and achieve rectification unless he seeks his counsel and follows his advices. The life of that person who drinks from the cup of recognition of Allah SWT is wonderful and enjoyable. Once a person is connected to Allah SWT, which becomes quick and easy with a Spiritual Mentor, he will receive tons of gifts, blessings and bounties of Allah SWT in this life and unimaginable treasures in the Hereafter!

Duration Naat - Hfz R Arbee: 00:08
Duration Main: 00:21
Duration Zikr: 00:06
Duration Dua: 00:04

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