Don’t Rely on Anyone

Added by on 22/04/2019

An interrelationship; the more you feel your utter need for Allah the more you feel humbled for Him. What does this mean?

By Editorial Staff

Don’t rely on anyone…

I do not know any human being who is in a real need for Allah than Prophet Muhammad

And there is no human being Allah has raised his degree in this world and the Hereafter, like Prophet Muhammad

An interrelationship; the more you feel your utter need for Allah

The more you feel humbled for Him

The more you say: My Lord I am a weak servant

The more you are in need of Him, the more He gives you….

The more He raises  your degree, honors you and gives you power and prestige

And the more you feel arrogant; (So he (Qarun) came out before his people in his adornment.)

He said (Qarun), “I was only given it because of knowledge I have.” (Al-Qasas 28:78)

And We caused the earth to swallow him and his home. (Al-Qasas 28:78)

Give it a try, be arrogant and then you will feel wicked and worthless.

Call upon your Lord, and you will be of the Allies of Allah.

The venerable Companions (the best of all human beings) of the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon Him)

Felt their dire need for Allah “And already had Allah given you victory at (the battle of) Badr while you were few in number (weak and poor.” (Aal `Imran 3:124)

On the Day of Hunayn, Muslims were the most powerful army in the Arabian Peninsula, Mecca, conquering the whole peninsula to spread Islam.

On that day, they said that we  could not be defeated by such a small of number of fighters!

and (even) on the day of Hunayn, when your great number pleased you, but it did not avail you at all, and the earth was confining for you with its vastness; then you turned back, fleeing. (At-Tawbah 9:120)

Great lessons for Muslims; the Day of Badr and the Day of Hunayn

On the day of Badr, they said (Allah is our Lord) so He was their Ally. On the day of Hunayn, they were elated by “their” great number’ so they were defeated.

Try that at your work, or  home, just enter your home and say ‘In the name of Allah, The All-Merciful, The Ever-Merciful’

When you go out of your home, say “O Allah! I seek refuge in You lest I stray or be led astray, slip or made to slip, cause injustice or suffer injustice, do wrong or have wrong done to me.”

Allah will be your ally, guide you to the right path, give you wisdom and grant you prestige and respect.

Try to say:  “I’m successful;  I’m an expert and all people love me.”

You will see  humiliation and abandonment from people and this  will shock you.

Dear brothers, that’s why supplication needs your humility and submission.

When you feel poor in your relation to the Almighty, He will raise you up high…

Grant you wisdom, prestige, respect, power, knowledge and success.

Just admit your humbleness.

I have nothing but my need of You, this is the only thing that beats my weakness.

I have nothing to do but knocking Your Door, if You turn me empty-handed, which door will I knock then!

Rely on no one but Allah

“If I were to choose amongst the people of earth someone as my bosom friend I would have chosen Abu Bakr, but as a brother and friend in the sake of Allah.”

So “Call upon your Lord in humility” (Al-A`raf 7:55), just show your weakness and poverty in your relation to Allah

Admit your weakness, show humbleness

Say: “My Lord, I am ignorant, so please teach me; I am weak give, me strength; I am poor, enrich me.”

“I am not wise, so grant me wisdom.”

Prophet Yusuf who was a great prophet said:

And if You do not avert from me their plan, I might incline toward them and (thus) be of the ignorant. (Yusuf 12:33)

He didn’t even attribute his steadfastness and decency to himself!

And if You do not avert from me their plan, I might incline toward them and (thus) be of the ignorant. (Yusuf 12:33)

To be a servant is to feel humble before Allah Who bestows blessings.

The more you feel humble, the more He raises your degree.

Have not you read “Did We not expand for you, (O Muhammad), your breast?  And We removed from you your burden Which had weighed upon your back And raised high for you your repute.” (Al-Inshirah 94:1-4)

This verse applies to all believers. According to your  level of steadfastness and sincerity

Allah then grants you prestige and honor and makes all people love you.

If Allah loves you, He will make all people love you.

If Allah loves a person, he will grant him the love of all human beings.

So, call upon your Lord in humility… Show your weakness to Him.

Submit yourself in ultimate humbleness to Him.

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