Let the Muslim woman fear Allāh

Let the Muslim woman fear Allāh and be aware that Allāh is watching her, in private, and in public.

And let her know that her covering is modesty for her and a safety valve for her that protects her, by the permission of Allāh, from trials and evil customs.

Book: A Piece of Advice and Admonition for the Women – موعظة النساء

Author: Shaykh ‘Abd al-Razzāq Ibn ‘Abd al-Muhsin al-‘Abbād
Published by: Hikmah Publications
Translated by: Jamīl Finch
Page: 100

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Do you want Allah to love you?

‎Do you want Allah to love you?

‎Shaykh a-Islam ibn taymiyyah رحمه الله said :

‎”There’s nothing more beloved to Allāh than Tawhid, and there is nothing more hated to Him than shirk.”

‎al-istiqamah,pg 135

Yes, covering the whole body is not compulsory for all women, even the Qur’an confirmed it.

The Woman Of Jannah Cover Their Bodies To Achieve Success In The Akhirat

Ukhties, Ukhties, Ukhties, Do you know that observing the correct hijab is not for all women?

Yes, covering the whole body is not compulsory for all women, even the Qur’an confirmed it.

In Suratul Ahzab ( Q33, V59), ALLAAH only mentioned Three types of woman that should observe hijab.

• Firstly – The Wives of Rasool ﷺ (which am very sure you are not among them).

• Secondly – The Daughters of Rasool ﷺ (which am also sure that you are not among).

• And Lastly – The Believing women i.e. Those women who wished to be among the dwellers of Jannah, and If you are among them, you should cover all your body properly or you might have already started covering yourself Ma sha Allah.

But if you are not among them – you are free to dress as you like.

The choice is yours, but I will pray may Allah protect brothers from the fitnah & protect you from the eyes of wolf, and make you a Muslimah, for you to enjoy the eternal bliss.

NOTE : Hijab does not mean to cover only your hair, and wear any clothes you want, NO !!, That is a big mistake. Proper #hijab is to wear a long and loose dress that covers all your body and from head to toe, and the shape of your body does NOT show in it.

May Allah Guide Us To Understand The Proper Teachings Of The Quran and Prophet.


So when Allâh chose for you the path of guidance

Beautiful advise from the Shaykh Al ‘Allaamah ‘Abdul ‘Azeez Ibn Baaz (rahimullah):

It was said to the shaykh,

“Oh shaykh, so and so has become misguided”.

The Shaykh replied:

“Perhaps his deviation was due to two things:

1. He didn’t ask Allâh for Ath-thabaat (firmness).
2. He didn’t thank Allâh for Al-Istiqaamah (steadfastness)

So when Allâh chose for you the path of guidance, it was not because you are special, nor was it because of your obedience. But rather, it was a mercy from Him that enveloped you. He can remove it from you at any time.

Therefore, do not be deceived by your actions nor by your worship. And do not look down upon the one who has deviated from His path. For had it not been due to His mercy, you would have been in his position.

Repeat the recitation of this verse while pondering:

﴿ ولوﻵ أن ثبتناك لقد كدت تركن إليهم شيئا قليلا ﴾

“Had We not made you firm (Oh Muhammed صلى الله عيه وسلم) then you would have inclined towards them slightly.”

So upon is to not to think that thabaat (firmness) upon Al-Istiqaamah (steadfastness) is due to your own personal achievements.

Ponder over His statement (Ta’aalaa) to the best of mankind: “Had We not made you firm (Oh Muhammad صلى الله عيه وسلم).”

So how about you?!

We are greatly mistaken when we disregard and pay no attention to our athkaar (supplications of remembrance).

We believe it to be something that is not important and we forget that Allâh preserves us with it. And perhaps the decree will change…

Ibnul-Qayyim says:
“The need of the servant in his supplications by which he seeks refuge [in Allah], is more severe than his need for food, drink and clothes!”

Be consistent in your athkaar (supplications of remembrance), so that you can encompass the meaning:
“Preserve Allâh, He will preserve you”

Fortify [yourselves] every morning and evening [with your athkaar (supplications of remembrance)]. For the dunya (life of this world) is horrifying and full of surprises and Allâh is the protector of His servants.

Shaykh Abdul ‘Aziz bin Baaz

Majmoo al Fatawa (297\4)

The four best women, beautiful example for us

You are a muslimah, remember :

– Khadijah,

– Maryam,

– Fatimah, &

– Asiyah,

The four best women, beautiful examples for you to be influenced by.

You do not have to fit in sister, know that this deen began as something strange and it will return to being strange, so glad tidings to the strangers.

So, supplication is the key to all that is good in this life and the Hereafter

❝Women are weak, and they are influenced very quickly. She hears an attractive phrase, beautified speech, tempting words, and statements that she believes are from the angle of advice for her so she is put to trial by all of that.

However, it is upon the woman to be alert and clever, to have in front of her two eyes the fear of her Lord, the remembrance standing in front of Allaah and that Allaah will ask her about what came in His book and the Sunnah of His Prophet (sall Allaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam).

And it is upon her in this situation to be plentiful in supplication and to beseech Allaah to protect her from trials, to cover her body, to grant her safety from her fears, and to protect her with what He protects His righteous slaves.

So, supplication is the key to all that is good in this life and the Hereafter, and along with supplication, she exerts herself in acting out beneficial causes for safety, rescue, escape, and separation from these destructive affairs.❞

[A Piece of Advice & Admonition For The Women By Shaykh ‘Abdur-Razzāq Ibn ‘Abdul Muhsin Al-Abbād, Page 84 & 85 | Translated By Jameel Finch]

Rabb multiplies and gives a great reward out of His Own

“Surely, Allah does not wrong even to the measure of a particle, And if it be a good deed, He multiplies it and gives a great reward out of His Own pleasure.” [4:40]


That is, Allah Almighty does not allow the reward of good deeds from anyone be reduced in any manner or quantity whatsoever. In fact, He adds extra rewards, in multiples, in special Divine favours, and the life of Akhirah will witness this supreme mercy of the Lord.

With Allah, the least human measure of thawab or reward is that one good deed gets recorded as ten. Then, this does not stop at that; through sheer mercy and grace, Allah bestows manifold increase into this treasure of good deeds. Some hadith narrations tell us that there are deeds the reward for which rises as high as two million times.

The truth of the matter is that Allah is al-Karim, the most-noble, the most-generous – He Himself, in His limitless mercy and grace, so increases the quantum of his blessing on His servants that it simply cannot be counted or measured in our human terms.

The extents of His generosity and the dimensions of His very Being are beyond human concep¬tualization – who can dare calculate the incalculable

Incidentally, the word, ذَرَّ‌ةٍ : dharrah” appearing in this verse has been translated here as ‘particle’ following the generally recognized meaning it carries.

However, some commentators have pointed out that ‘dharrah’ is the name of the smallest kind of red ant which the people of Arabia used to cite as an example of something very light and insignificantly small.

[Tafseer Ma’ariful Qur’an Surah 4 – An-Nisaa – Ayah 40]