Kalimah Tayyibah - cure for hearts - Masjid Nurul Huda, Randles Rd

Zikr Majlis, at Masjid Nurul Huda on February 14, 2019

Ashaar: Dil pe kalme dharab lagaa, Laa ilahah illallah

In the Qur’an, Allah SWT commands the Believers to adopt Taqwa, and to only speak that which is appropriate. The best, most accurate and truthful of all speech is the Zikr of Kalimah Tayyibah, ‘Laa ilahah illallah’! When making Zikr of Kalimah Tayyibah, ponder on the meaning which is the negation of all besides Allah. With ‘La ilahah’ remove all evil from the heart, and with ‘illallah’ strike the heart with the Nur, Muhabbah and Tauhid of Allah! It is a lifelong effort of striking the heart with the Kalimah to bring the greatness of Allah into it. Then, at the time of death the Kalimah will issue spontaneously from a person’s heart, as in the case of many great Auliya and pious servants of Allah. Talqin is to be made for the person in the dying moments of his life, as it is mentioned in the Hadith Shareef that the person whose last words are ‘Laa ilahah illallah’ will enter Jannah. Through the fascinating incidents of the Talqin of a lady who was bay’at to Hazrat Qari Tayyib Sb (R) and shaytan’s attempt to beguile Imam Fakhruddin Razi (R), it is seen how the connection with Allah Wala is of benefit to a person at the time of death. The Zikr of ‘Laa ilahah illallah’ is an effective cure for the diseases of the heart, and a means of softening the heart through which it becomes enlightened!

Duration Qiraat: 00:03
Duration Naat - Hfz R Arbee: 00:05
Duration Main: 00:22
Duration Zikr: 00:03
Duration Dua: 00:04

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