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We have read in the first Book that the love of Allah is the highest aim of a true believer. It is for the achievement of this single end that he affirms his faith in Him by renouncing all other types of godhood.
The love of God is not something inert or lifeless; it is dynamic in the sense that it calls for a complete change in the life of man: One who claims to be a believer in Allah has to make a good deal of effort with a view to pleasing his: He has to purify his soul from all evil thoughts and fancies so that the love of God should reside in it.
Unless the soul is purged of all impurities one cannot achieve salvation. This is known as Tahdrah in Islam, and it is the foundation-stone of Imin.
This high objective of the purification of the soul requires intentional and deliberate efforts and a good deal of sacrifice on the part of man, and the most elementary stage in this sacred path is the cleanliness of body.
By enjoining cleanliness of body upon man Islam awakens him to the realisation of the fact that when impurities on the body of a man produce such unhealtby effects on his physical being and corrode his mental health, how miserable his life would be when his soul is polluted with impurities. The process of the purification of the soul should, therefore, start with the purification of the body. Abu Malik at-Ash’ari reported: The Messenger of Allah may peace be upon him said: Cleanliness is half of faith and al-Hamdu Liliah Praise be to Allah tqharah the scale, and Subhan Allah Glory be to Allah and al-Hamdu Liliah Praise be to Allah fill upwhat is between the heavens and the earth, and prayer is a light, and charity is proof of one’s faith and endurance is a brightness and the Holy Qur’an is a proof on your behalf or against you.
All men go out early in the morning and sell themselves, thereby setting themselves free or destroying themselves.
He said Ibn ‘Umar, why don’t you prayto Allah for me? I heard of Allah’s Messenger may peace be upon him say: Neither the prayer is accepted without parification nor is charity accepted out of the ill-gotten wealthand thou wert the governor of Basra. A hadith like this is narrated from the Apostle may peace be upon him with the same chain of transmitters by Muhammad b. Muthanna, Ibn Bashshar, Muhammad b.
Munabbih who is the brother of Wahb b. This is what has been transmitted to us by Abu Huraira from Muhammad, the Messenger of Allah may peace be upon him and then narrated a hadith out of them and observed that the Messenger of Allah may jitab be upon him said: The prayer of none amongst you would be accepted in a state of impurity till he performs ablution.
Humran, the freed slave of ‘Uthman, said: He washed his hands thrice. He then rinsed his mouth kitwb cleaned his nose with water three times. He then washed his face three times, then washed his right arm up to the elbow three times, then washed his left arm like that, then wiped his head; then washed his right foot up to the tsharah three times, then washed his left foot like that, and then said: I saw the Messenger of Allah may peace be upon him perform ablution like this ablution of mine.
Then the Messenger of Allah may peace be upon him said: He who performs ablution like this ablution of mine and then stood up for prayer and offered two rak’ahs of prayer without allowing his thoughts to be distracted, all his previous sins are expiated. This is the most complete of the ablutions performed for prayer. Humran, the freed slave of ‘Uthman said: I saw Uthman call for a vessel of water and poured water over his hands three times and then washed them.
Then he put his right hand in the vessel and rinsed his mouth and cleaned his nose. Then he washed his face three times and his hands up to the elbow three times; then wiped his head, then washed his feet three times.
Then he said that the Messenger of Allah may peace be upon him had said: He who performed ablution like this ablution of mine kiyab offered two raklahs of prayer without allowing his thoughts to be distracted, all his previous sins would be expiated. I heard from ‘Uthman b. So the ‘Uthman called for the ablution water and performed ablution and then said: By Allah, I am narrating tahagah you a hadith. Kitzb there were not a verse in the Book of Allah, I would have never narrated it to you.
I heard Allah’s Messenger may peace be upon him say: If a Muslim performs ablution and does it well and offers prayer, all his sins daring the period from one prayer to another kitsb be pardoned by Allah.
This hadith is also narrated on the authority with the same chain of transmitters and in the hadith of Abu Usama the words are: Humran reported when ‘Uthman performed ablution he said: By Allah, I am narrating to you a hadith had there not been this verse in the Book of Allah. I would not have narrated it to you. Verily I heard the Messenger of Allah may peace be upon him say: Not a person is there who performed ablution, and did it well, then offered prayer, but his sins which he committed were not pardoned between the prayer that he offered and the next one.
The verse is this: I was, with Uthman that he called for ablution water and said: When the time for a prescribed prayer comees, if any Muslim perform ablution kitqb and offers his prayer with humility and bowing, it will be an expiation for his past sins, so long as he has not committed a major sin; and this applies to for all times. Humran, the freed slave of ‘Uthman reported: I brought for Uthman b.
He performed ablution and then said: Verily the people narrate from the Messenger of Allah may peace be upon him a hadith.
I do not know what these are. He who performed ablution like this, all his previous sins would be expiated and his prayer and going towards the mosque would have an extra reward.
In the tradition narrated by Ibn ‘Abda the words are: Abu Anas reported that Uthman performed ablution at Maqi’aid and said: Should I not show you the ablution performed by Allah’s Messenger may peace be upon him? And he then washed the different parts of the body three times. I used to fetch water for ‘Uthman for his purification.
Never was there a day that he did not take a bath with a small quantity of water. The Messenger of Allah may peace be upon him at the time of our returning from our prayer told us certain things pertaining to purification. I find that it was afternoon prayer. I do not know whether I should tell you a thing or keep quiet. Messenger of Allah, tell us if it is good and if it is otherwise, Allah and His Apostle know better. Upon this he said: A Muslim who purifies himself and completes purification as enjoined upon him by Allah and then offers the prayers, kittab will be expiatious of his sins he committed between these prayers.
I heard Humran b. Aban narrate to Abu Burda in this very mosque during taharxh governorship of Bishr that ‘Uthman b. The Messenger of Allah may peace taarah upon him observed: He who completed ablution as Allah, the Exalted, enjoined upon him, his obligatory prayers would be explatious for his minor sins that he would commit during the interval between them. This hadith is transmitted kitaab Ibn Mu’adh, and in the hadith narrated by Ghundar, the words” during the governorship of Bishr” are omitted and there is no mention of the obligatory prayers.
Humran, the freed slave of Uthman reported: One day Uthman b. Affan performed the ablution well, and then said: I saw Allah’s Messenger may peace be upon him perform mitab, the best ablution, and then observed: He who raharah ablution like this and then went towards the mosque and nothing but the love of prayer urged him to do soall his previous minor sins would be expiated.
Humran, the freed slave of ‘Uthman b.
Hadith 7 of purification (kitab al-taharah) by sunan abu dawood
He who performed ablution for prayer and performed it properly and gaharah went to observe obligatory prayer and offered it along with people or with the congregation or in the mosque, Thaarah would pardon his sins. Five prayers and from one Friday prayer to the next Friday prayer is an expiation of the sins committed in between their intervals if major sins are not committed. Abu Huraira reported that the Messenger of Allah way peace be upon him said: Five prayers kiab one Friday prayer to the next Friday prayer are expiatious for the sins committed in the intervals between them.
Verily the Messenger of Allah may peace be upon him said: Five daily prayers and from one Friday prayer to the next Friday prayer, and from Ramadhan to Ramadhan are expiatious taharrah the sins committed in between their intervals provided one shuns the major sins. We were entrusted with the task of tending the camels. On my turn when I came back in the evening after grazing them in the pastures, I found Allah’s Messenger may peace be upon him stand and address the people.
I heard these words of his: If any Muslim performs ablution well, then stands and prays two rak’ahs setting about them with his heart as well as his face, Paradise would be guaranteed to him. Tahara a fine thing is this!
SAHIH MUSLIM, BOOK 2: Purification (Kitab Al-Taharah)
And a narrator who was before me said: The first was better than even this. When I cast a glance, I saw that it was ‘Umair who said: I see that you have tahaarh come and observed: If anyone amongst you performs the ablution, and then completes the ablution well and then says: I testify that there is no god but Allah and that Muhammad is the servant of Allah and His Messenger, the eight gates of Paradise would be opened for him and he may enter by whichever of them he wishes.
Verily the Messenger of Allah may peace be upon him said and then narrated the hadith like one mentioned above except this that he said: He who performed ablution and said: