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The Invocation of God
The Invocation of God

The Invocation of God

by Ibn Qayyim Al-Jawziyya

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multilingual

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Adam Publishers

ISBN

8174353623 - Year: 2008 - Pages: 196

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Paperback

Ibn Qayyim Al-Jawziyya
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Author: Ibn Qayyim Al-Jawziyya
Translator(s): Matloob Ahmad Qasmi
Publisher: Adam Publishers
Year: 2008
Language: multilingual
Pages: 196
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8174353623

Description

The Invocation of God (Al-Wabilal-Sayyibmin al-kalim al-Tayyib) is a magnam opus by Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyya. In this treatise, Ibn Qayyim enumerates about 100 benefits for remembering God. It is a unique book of its kind. Infact, by using the world Kalimal-Tayyib, he has hinted the Qoranic Verse The good worlds ascend to Him. There are very few people like him in this world.

Shams al-Din Mohammad Ibn Abi Bakr Ibn Qayyim was a famous eighth century theologist, prolific writer, reformer and crusader against the innovations which had intruded in the religion of Islam. He also waged a relentless war against Shiite and other strayed sects. He was born in 691/1292, in a small village near Damascus in Syria. He received his Islamic education in the Madarsa of Aljawziyya, a centre for Hanblite Fiqah (Jurisprudence) in Damascus. He included the name of this great institution with his name and called himself Ibn Qayyim Aljawziyya. His father was the principle of this institution.

Ibn Qayyim was very popular amongst the people. He recited Holy Koran in melodious voice. His main quality was that he neither harboured jealousy against any one nor harmed any body. He never found fault with others.

Contents

INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER ONE
Portal of eternal success
Allah becomes sufficient to a submissive man
Veneration of the Divine Commands
How Good Deeds Expiate sins?

CHAPTER SECOND
Sings of Veneration for the commands of God

CHAPTER THIRD
Commentary on Long Hadith of Harith al-Ashaari
Parable of a Monotheist and Polytheist

CHAPTER FOUR
Turning Away in Prayer

CHAPTER FIVE
What Fasting Means in the Hadith of Harith?

CHAPTER SIX
Interpretation of Charity
Difference between Misery and Greed

CHAPTER SEVEN
Adorn yourselves with the attributes of God

CHAPTER EIGHTH
Remembrance of God
Virtues of Remembrance
Cleansing the rust of heart

CHAPTER NINE
Heaven in this world
Commentary by Ibn Abbas on verse visions do not perceive Him

CHAPTER TEN
Special comment on the verse of Light
Parables of Water and Fire in Koran
Three Categories of People
Comparison between Ibn Abbas and Abu Hurayra (R Z)

CHAPTER ELEVEN
The Light of God’s Attributes:
Remembrance of God in the State of impurity

CHAPTER TWELVE
Solves the Problem, however big it may be

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