04th Feb2014

The Bad and the Good End..by Shaykh Ahmad Jibril

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As Rasool Allah Sallallahu alehe Wassalam said in an authentic hadeeth (to the meaning) that one of the signs of the hour is that killing will increase. Today we see it, observe it, and living in this unprecedented reality. Irrespective of which religion a person in this world belongs to, no one can deny that death will ultimately reach him.

In this talk, Shaykh emphasizes on the importance of this meeting with our Lord, Allah SWT with good or bad ending after one receives the death, by giving examples of our pious predecessors. A very good lecture indeed to take lessons from and to implement it in your daily lives. May Allah SWT give us towfiq for not becoming heedless of our motive in this world to achieve Akhirah. Ameen.

The Bad and the Good End

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