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Sunday, 22 July 2012
Hadith 3: Al-Arba'in Collection Of 40 Hadiths on Ramadhan - Mufti Muhammad ibn Adam Al-Kawthari
40 Hadiths related to the blessed month of
The companion Abu Hurairah (RA) says that the Messenger of
Allah (SAW) said: “Whoever stands up in
the middle of the night and worships Allah in Ramadan with two conditions: With
full Imaan and with the hope of reward from Allah, all his previous sins will
be forgiven.Whoever Fasts in Ramadan
with the two conditions, his previous sins will be forgiven. Whoever stays
awake and worships Allah on Laylatul Qadr with the two conditions Imaan and
Ihtisaab, his previous sins will be forgiven.”
Recorded by Bukhari and Muslim
Imaan: to have full conviction, devotion, concentration and
love for Allah
And so whosoever does these things, fasting, nightly prayers
and laylatul Qadr with the sole sake of doing it for the love of Allah with
complete devotion and concentration then all his sins will be forgiven.
Ihtisaab: with the hope of reward from Allah, so his
intention is 100% for Allah, to earn Allah’s pleasure
The sins that are forgiven are the sins between the person
and Allah. However the sins that involves another person; this still requires
the forgiveness of the other person.