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UNDERSTANDING WORSHIP IN ISLAM

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  • UNDERSTANDING WORSHIP IN ISLAM

    We should worship Allah:

    • As He wanted.

    • As his beloved prophet described and did.

    • As the companions followed.

    This is the worship Allah mentioned in Koran and informed us that He created us to do, He said:

    "I (Allah) created not the jinn and humans except they should worship Me (Alone). I seek not any provision from them (i.e. provision for themselves or for My creatures) nor do I ask that they should feed Me (i.e. feed themselves or My creatures)." 51- 56, 57

    Let's read together some lines of the prescription of actual worship which can make our manners as the manners of Koran and the way of the beloved prophet (May the blessings and peace of Allah be upon him). Sayeda A'isha was asked about the manners of the prophet, she said:

    "Don't you read Koran?" He said: "Yes." She said: "His manners were the Koran." In another narration, she said: "His manners were the Koran, pleased for its pleasure and become discontented for its dissatisfaction."[1]

    Actual worship for a believer means to worship Allah by His book in his work and to execute the practical side from the book of Allah in his field. He should also work hard and innovate in his work; Allah inspires His true servants if they follow His orders.

    Actual worship is that makes a believer only a servant of Allah not for others, so it gives the believer dignity and protection, because the book of Allah wants the believer to be honorable, Allah says:

    "Honor, power and glory belong to Allah, His Messenger (Muhammad), and to the believers." 63-8

    [1] Jamea Al-Ahadeeth Wal-Maraseelby Aa'Esha and by her father (May Allah be pleased with them).

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