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Salam

 

There is a hadeeth that tells us that seven categories of Muslims will have shade on the day of judgment:

 

1. The Just Ruler

2. The Muslim Youth who grows up worshipping Allah subhanahu wa ta'ala

3. Muslims who love to go to the masjid to pray the congregational salah

4. A Muslim man who is approached by a beautiful and powerful woman who has authority of you and she seeks to seduce that man, but he says that he fears Allah.

5. Muslims who give secret charity.

6. Muslims who meet and depart only for the sake of Allah subhanahu wa ta'ala

7. Muslims who worship Allah at night until tears come from their eyes.

 

These are the seven you probably know already. However, there is an eighth category of people which is mentioned in an other hadeeth:

 

Question:

 

What is the 8th category of people that will be permitted to be in the shade under the throne of Allah subhanahu wa ta'ala?[using large font size is not allowed]

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Walikum asslam ,,

 

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As Salamu Alaykum

 

Yes, you are correct and I wished that everyone knew or remembered this because this would suppress our greed. We like to ask for our rights which is ok, but we forget that by make live easy for others is superior and brings great reward.

 

Financial distress is very difficult for those who suffer it and debt is very dangerous. Muslims quarrel a lot about money and this is not good.

 

If someone owes you money and he cannot pay the money, you may either stand for your right or you may be forgiving. You may give him more time to pay that money or make it easier for him to pay like one dollar a month instead of 10 dollars. Or you may even forgive this persons debt. Because you make it easy for this person due to his financial difficulties Allah subhanahu wa ta'ala will provide you with shade on the Day of Judgment.

 

The eight categories are just examples, but other can also have shade if Allah permits it:

 

There is a general rule:

 

The Shade on the Day of Judgment are usually for those who make it easy for other Muslims or they go through difficulties.

 

When you make life easy for other people in this life, Allah will make life easy for you on the Day of Judgment.

When you go through difficulties in this life and are patient, Allah will make life easy for you on the Day of Judgment, because Allah does not combine two seasons of difficulties for the Righteous Muslims.

 

When you make life difficult for other people in this life, don't expect that Allah make life easy on the Day of Judgment, but most probably life will be difficult.

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A man shouldn't be a slave to papers, just like what Sheikh Feiz said in one of his lectures.

 

Jazakallahukhayrun for sharing :sl:

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Salam

 

There is a hadeeth that tells us that seven categories of Muslims will have shade on the day of judgment:

 

1. The Just Ruler

2. The Muslim Youth who grows up worshipping Allah subhanahu wa ta'ala

3. Muslims who love to go to the masjid to pray the congregational salah

4. A Muslim man who is approached by a beautiful and powerful woman who has authority of you and she seeks to seduce that man, but he says that he fears Allah.

5. Muslims who give secret charity.

6. Muslims who meet and depart only for the sake of Allah subhanahu wa ta'ala

7. Muslims who worship Allah at night until tears come from their eyes.

 

These are the seven you probably know already. However, there is an eighth category of people which is mentioned in an other hadeeth:

 

Question:

 

What is the 8th category of people that will be permitted to be in the shade under the throne of Allah subhanahu wa ta'ala?[using large font size is not allowed]

 

Only Allah knows best.

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