توجہ فرمائیں۔۔۔

پاکستان ورچوئل لائبریری" آپ کو مفت آن لائن کتابوں کی سہولت عرصہ 15 سال سے فراہم کررہی ہے۔ جس کی ڈومین ، ہوسٹنگ اوردیگر انتظامات پر سالانہ پانچ لاکھ سے زیادہ کا خرچہ آتا ہے۔ حالیہ عرصہ میں ڈالر کی قدر میں بے تحاشہ اصافے کی وجہ سے لائبریری کو جاری رکھنے میں مالی مشکلات کا سامنا ہے، اس لئے پہلی بار ہم آپ سے مالی تعاون کی اپیل کررہے ہیں۔ آپ کے بھیجے ہوئے سو یا پچاس روپے بھی اس خدمت کو جاری رکھنے میں ممد و معاون ثابت ہو سکتے ہیں۔    مالی تعاون کے لیے یہاں کلک کریں۔

Few Miscellaneous Stories about the Fear of Allah

Few Miscellaneous Stories about the Fear of Allah: It is very difficult to cover all that is said in the Quran and the Hadith about the importance of fear of Allah ta’ala. It may, however, be understood that fear of Allah ta’ala is an essential step towards all spiritual advancements. The Nabi (sallallahu alaihi wasallam) said, “Fear of Allah ta’ala is the root of all wisdom.”

  Ibn Umar (radiyallah anhu) used to weep so much for fear of Allah ta’ala that he lost his eyesight. He said to somebody watching him, “You wonder at my weeping. Even the sun weeps for the fear of Allah ta’ala.” On another occasion, he reported to have said, “Even the moon weeps with His fear.”
Rasulullah (peace be upon him) once passed by one of the sahabah who was reciting the Quran. When he came to the ayah:
And when the heaven splitteth asunder and becometh rosy like red hide (al-rahman 37) , the hair of his body stood on end, and he was nearly choked with excessive weeping. He would cry and say, “Alas;what will happen to me on the day when even the heaven splitteth asunder. Woe is me!” Rasulullah (peace be upon him) said to him, “Your crying has made even the angels weep.”
   Once an Ansari sat and wept after tahajjud, saying : “I cry to Allah ta’ala for protection from the fire of Jahannam.” Rasulullah (peace be upon him) said to him, “You have made the angels weep today.”
Abdullah ibn Rawahah (radiyallah anhu) was once weeping. His wife also began to weep on seeing him in this condition.  He enquired of her, “Why are you weeping?” She replied, “Whatever makes you weep makes me weep too. He said, “The idea that I have to cross the bridge over Jahannam makes me weep. I don’t know whether I shall be able to cross over or fall into Jahannam.”
Zurarah ibn Awfa was leading salah in a masjid. When he recited the following  Ayah,

(For when the Trumpet shall sound; surely that day will be a day of anguish) (al-mudaththir 8-9), he fell down and died. People carried his body to his house.

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