Ayah of the Day:
God is the one who created seven heavens, and their like of earth, with the order descending between them so that you may know God has power over every thing, and God has already encompassed every thing in knowledge. [65: 12]
Hadith of the Day:
Whoever gives mischief to another Muslim has given mischief to me, and whoever has given mischief to me has given mischief to Allah. [Tabarani]
Wise Quote of the Day:
It is said that only the ones who know Allah can fear Allah. By the same token, only the ones who fear Allah can know Him. [Imam Birgivi]
Guidance of the Day:
Know that when you enjoin or forbid something then this should be done sincerely for God, gently, wisely, and with compassion, for these attributes do not combine in one person who acts and refrains in accordance with his injunctions but that his words become effective and evoke reverence, a powerful response from the heart, and a sweetness in the ears; seldom shall his words be rejected.
Anyone who has true vigilance for God, reliance upon Him, and has acquired the attribute of mercy towards His servants cannot prevent himself from removing every evil that he sees except when prevented from doing so by means which he cannot overcome. [Al-Haddad, The Book of Assistance]
Food for Thought:
The love of God is the ultimate reality, the deepest and strongest force in the universe; and it is revealed to the man who resolutely girds himself to the conflict. In the triangle of love between ourselves, God and other people, is found the secret of existence, and the best foretaste, that we can have on earth of what heaven will probably be like.