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Jannah: The Garden from the Qur\'an & Hadith
Jannah: The Garden from the Qur'an & Hadith
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Details:  Jannah: The Garden from the Qur'an & Hadith,
Paperback - 96 pages,
by Adem Yakup,
Edited by Abdassamad Clarke.


Description :

In the life of this world, human beings are responsible for overcoming the impulses and appetites of their nafs (selves) and living their lives to please Allah. To do this we have been given a very short lifespan of sixty or seventy years on average. After the life of this world is over, Allah has created an endless and perfect life for His slaves who have won His favour. In comparison to that timeless existence, life in this world lasts only as long as the blink of an eye.


The faithful slaves are those who have shown steadfastness and determination in living according to the genuine knowledge of the unity of Allah without association of partners to Him and in obedience to Allah and His Messenger . They will obtain a great reward in the world to come: the eternal life of the Garden. Doubtless the favour, mercy and love of our Lord for His slaves are a great joy for them.


They will have there everything they want and with Us there is still more. (Surah Qaf: 35)


It is hoped that what is written in this book will be a means whereby people caught up in serious error may understand that real life will be lived only in the Hereafter, and thus they will spend their lives striving to win the favour of the Lord. It will, we hope, increase the pleasure and determination of people with faith as well as their longing to attain the Garden; it will lead them to strive to do good works so that they may be slaves beloved by Allah.



This beatifully produced book contains vivid descriptions of all aspects of Jannah taking the Qur'an and Sunnah as the sources.







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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 22 February, 2013.