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How to Live as a Muslim (HAYAATUL MUSLIMEEN) by Maulana Ashraf Ali Thanvi

How to Live as a Muslim (HAYAATUL MUSLIMEEN) by Maulana Ashraf Ali Thanvi

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Published by: Mysticism on Nov 26, 2011
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Chapter No.1
Islam and Iman
Chapter No.2
Acquisition of and imparting Deeni knowledge Revolution of the UmmahHow to rectify this change – How to reform
Chapter No.3
Reciting and teaching the Qur’aan Majeed
Chapter No.4
Love for Allah and love for Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam
Chapter No.5
Belief in Taqdeer and Tawakkul in Allah
Chapter No.6
Supplicating (to make Dua)
Chapter No.7
Association with the pious
Chapter No.8
The life of Rasullah Sallallahu Alayhi wasallam
Chapter No.9
The life of Rasullah Sallallahu Alayhi wasallam
Chapter No.10
The Rights of oneself 
Chapter No.11
Steadfastness in Salaat
Chapter No.12
Erection of Masaajid
Chapter No.13
Zikrullah (Remembrering Allah Ta’ala in abundance)
Chapter No.14
Payment of Zakaat
Chapter No.15
Charity other than Zakaat
Chapter No.16
Chapter No.17
Chapter No.18
Chapter No.19
Income and expenditure
Chapter No.20
Nikah and progeny
Chapter No.21
Dissociation of the heart from the world and constant reflection of theAakhirah
Chapter No.22
Abstaining from sin
Chapter No.23
Sabr and Shukr
Chapter No.24
Muslim social conduct
Chapter No.25
The distinguishing characteristics of the nation of Islam
Islam and Iman
Both the words, Islam and Iman, are used synonymously. Allah Ta’ala says:
“Verily (the true) Deen by Allah is Islam.”
(Aayat No. 19 Surah A’ale Imran)
“Whoever searches for a Deen other than Islam, never will it be accepted fromhim. (i.e. His adoption of any other religion will never be acceptable to AllahTa’ala). And, in the Akhirah he (the one who chooses another religion) will beruined.”
(Aayat No. 85, Surah A’ale Imran)
 “Whoever among you turns away from his Deen (Islam) and then dies being akaafir, his good deeds will be ruined in this world and the Aakhirah. Suchpeople are the inmates of the Fire; therein will they remain forever.”
(Aayat 217, Surah Baqara)
The ruin of one’s deeds in this world is the nullification of one’s Nikah. Byrenegading reneging from Islam, the renegade’s (murtad’s) wife falls out of hisNikah. He is also deprived of inheritance. He will not inherit in the estate ofany Muslim. After death there is no Janaazah Salaat for him. The ruin of one’sdeeds in relation to the Aakhirah is the everlasting residence in Jahannum.
If a murtad (one who renounced Islam) returns to the fold of Islam, he will haveto renew his Nikah with the woman who was previously his wife. This renewal willbe with her consent and approval. If she refuses, it cannot be imposed on herand she cannot be compelled to marry him. Allah Ta’ala says:
“O People of Iman! Believe in Allah, His Rasool, in the Kitab which He hasrevealed to His Rasool and in those Kitabs which were revealed before(Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam). Whoever commits kufr (i.e. disbelieves)with Allah, with His Angels, with His Books, with His Rasools and with the Dayof Qiyaama, verily, he has gone far astray. Undoubtedly, those who were (first)Muslims then became kaffir; then again Muslims; then again kaafir (and remainedso to the last), have gone multiplying in kufr. Allah will never forgive suchpeople nor will He show them the Road (of Jannat).”
(Aayat No. 136-137 Surah Al-Nisa)
Allah Ta’ala says:
“Verily, those who have rejected Our laws, soon will We enter them into adreadful Fire. Therein (there condition will be such that) when their skins havebecome scorched (and burnt out), We will immediately replace the skin so thatthey suffer the punishment (forever). Verily, Allah is most Powerful and theWise.
(Aayat No. 56, Surah Al-Nisa)
Those who have adopted Iman and practiced righteousness, soon will We enter theminto such Paradises under which flow rivers. They will dwell therein forever.

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