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History: The Life of Prophet Muhammad Before The Month of Fasting

 This chapter will focus on the life of the Prophet Muhammad before the month of fasting.

 He used to perform supererogatory fasts during the month of Sha'ban, and to fast for his Companions announcing the capture of the moon, as well as explaining its contents

 they are bountiful, and so on.

 The Prophet Muhammad was a great man, the fear of Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala and the speed of the world, and the greed of what Allah Almighty has prepared for the best results on the Day of Resurrection. That's what he did

 it increases joy and happiness, whenever an atmosphere of grace descends

 God, His mercy and compassion increase. And he did so

 Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam for fulfilling the command of Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala and

 He said, "Say, 'Rejoice in God's grace and mercy.' This is it

 is better than what they amass. (10:58)

 This verse proves that rejoicing in what Allah Almighty has done

 revelation in the Quran, and disciplined his servants to practice, which includes

 obligatory and desirable things, such as the fast of Ramalana, which is almost there is no obligation before him. Well, rejoice in the availability of these things in Islamic philosophy, it is the best thing, than any happiness.

 the slave will be on a pile of something worldly.

 

 Mr. Saadi further elaborates on this verse: “It does not seem to be mixed

 religious and material blessings; their position is not the same. Religious bliss includes

 It is the wealth of this world and the Hereafter as a whole. While it is earthly, or yes

 the world has no guarantee. Because salt is a nut, it is digested. That is why Allah (swt) has enjoined Muslims to be happy the formation of his religious grace and mercy. Because I promise them peace of mind, intelligence, entertainment and gratitude to Almighty Allah. As a result, they increase Encouragement, enthusiasm, curiosity, and faith.

 This is the joy of the Law. he is happy about something to the world and its pleasures, or the tranquility and lust of a passion, is futile. Because Allah Almighty condemns those who take pleasure in worldly things. As it tells us how it was between "Qarun" and his people, where

 they said to him; "Do not boast. (God does not love those who are proud world)." (28:76)

 Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala also warned some people that making progress because of something they own of varna, contrary to what The messengers brought him guidance, saying: "Then when Their messengers went to them with clear proofs, and they rejoiced in what was happening to their education.

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Allah Almighty Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala Muhammad Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam Sha'ban

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