One of the most beautiful stories about the Messenger, may God bless him and grant him peace

One of the most beautiful stories about the Messenger, may God bless him and grant him peace

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1-The Prophet is with Al-Siddiq during the migration 
Abu Bakr Al-Siddiq Al-Siddiq - may God be pleased with him - had the honor of choosing the Prophet - may God’s prayers and peace be upon him - to accompany him on the migration journey. It was a watershed journey in the history of the Islamic nation. 
Abu Bakr was one of the most beloved people to the Messenger of God, may God bless him and grant him peace. The Siddiq’s morals, his generosity, and his concern for the Prophet - may God’s prayers and peace be upon him - were evident. From that time on, the Prophet and Al-Siddiq took refuge in the Cave of Thawr, and the Quraysh prepared a hundred camels for anyone who could find them ،The friend was very afraid for the Messenger of God - may God bless him and grant him peace - until that became evident when he said to the Prophet - may God bless him and grant him peace - “O Messenger of God, if anyone had looked at him, he would have seen us under his feet.” So the Prophet - may God bless him and grant him peace - took the best prayers and remained steadfast. The friend and relieved him of his sadness, so he said to him: (O Abu Bakr, what do you think of two, God is the third of them), and in this beautiful story we learn the example of the right friend comforting his friend, and reminding him of God when distress increases.

 

2--Story (An Old Woman in Paradise)
One day, an old woman came to our master, the Messenger of God, may God bless him and grant him peace, and asked him to pray for her in Paradise. The Messenger of God, may God bless him and grant him peace, said to her while joking: “No old man will enter Paradise.” So the woman left sad, so he asked his companions to tell her: She will not enter Paradise when she is old, as God Almighty said: (Indeed, We created them the first time and made them virgins.) That is, whoever enters Paradise will enter it while he is young

 

3-The horrors of the Day of Resurrection
We are facing an event from the events of the Day of Resurrection, one of its horrors, from which hearts are terrified, and souls are terrified by it. It is an event that will ring in the ears of the people of the graves, and they will rise from their graves, astonished, with disheveled heads and dusty bodies. They have been terrified by the shout and disturbed by the blast, and the Qur’an has depicted this. The scene is an eloquent depiction, and God Almighty said: {And he blew on the trumpet, and behold, they were descending from the graves to their Lord.} And God Almighty said: {And when the trumpet is blown, that is a difficult day on that day}. It is a great event and a great matter. How could it not be a precursor and beginning to the Day of Resurrection, in which the newborns will turn grey. God Almighty said, “And every nursing woman will be distracted from what she breastfed, and every pregnant woman will give birth to her burden, and you will see people drunk, but they are not drunk, but the punishment of God is severe.”The Holy Qur’an and the Sunnah of the Prophet have paid attention to explaining the matter of blowing the trumpet and the events that follow that. Among what is mentioned in the Sunnah is that the trumpet is an instrument in the shape of a horn that is blown into. It has been proven on the authority of Abdullah bin Amr bin Al-Aas, may God be pleased with them, that he said: A Bedouin came to The Prophet, may God bless him and grant him peace, said: What are the pictures? He, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, said: (The trumpet is a century that is blown into.) It was narrated by Al-Tirmidhi and he said it is good and authentic. God Almighty entrusted the command of blowing the trumpet to Israfil, peace be upon him, and he is one of the great angels. Since he was entrusted with that, he has been prepared to blow into it, and as time approaches, it increases. He prepared it. He, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, said: (How could he be blessed? When the owner of the horn picked up the horn, bowed his forehead, and listened, waiting to be ordered to blow, and he blew. The Muslims said: So how should we say, O Messenger of God? He said: Say, “God is sufficient for us, and He is the best disposer of affairs.”We put our trust in God, our Lord.) Narrated by Al-Tirmidhi and classed as hasan.
And two blasts are blown into the trumpet: the first blast, which is called: the blast of stunning - death - and it is mentioned in the Almighty’s saying: {And the trumpet is blown and everyone in the heavens and whoever is in the earth is stunned, except whom God wills. Then another blast is blown into it, and behold, they are standing and watching.} And by hearing this blast, everyone dies. Who is in the heavens and the earth except those whom God wills to keep. He, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, said: (People are shocked, and I will be the first to wake up. Then, behold, Moses was rushing next to the Throne. I do not know whether he was among those who were shocked and woke up before me, or whether he was among those whom God made an exception.) Narrated by Al-Bukhari and Muslim.

This cry comes at a time of people’s heedlessness and preoccupation with the world, as God Almighty said: {They only wait for one cry that will seize them while they are disputing () but they will not be able to make a recommendation nor will they return to their families.} Imam Al-Tabari narrated in his interpretation on the authority of Abdullah bin Amr, who said: “Let them blow. In the trumpets, and people on their roads, in their markets, and in their gatherings, until the garment is between two men bargaining, so whatever one of them sends from his hand until the trumpet is blown, and even if a man leaves his house in the morning and does not return until he blows the trumpet.”
As for the second blast, it is the blast of resurrection, and it is mentioned in the Almighty’s saying: {Then another blast was blown into it, and lo, they were standing and watching}
It is a cry that awakens the dead from what they are in, after which they will be gathered to the land of gathering, and this blast is what is meant by the Almighty’s saying: {And the trumpet is blown, and behold, they are descending from the graves to their Lord.}

As for the period of time separating the two blows, it has been proven on the authority of Abu Hurairah, may God be pleased with him, that the Prophet, may God bless him and grant him peace, said: (Between the two blows are forty. They said: O Abu Hurairah, forty days. He said: I did not. He said: Forty years. He said: I did not. He said: Forty months. He said: I did not..) Narrated by Al-Bukhari and Muslim. The meaning of the words of Abu Hurairah, may God be pleased with him: I did not. That is, I refrain from specifying which forty the Prophet, may God bless him and grant him peace, intended, because he, may God bless him and grant him peace, used the word forty and did not specify it. God knows.
This is part of the news of that event, which we mentioned to you - my dear brother - so that you can contemplate this great day, and the fears and horrors that it contains, and roll up your sleeves seriously towards meeting God Almighty, for there is no salvation on that day except through faith and good deeds.
I advise everyone to read Surat Yaseen

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