Updated 2nd Mar 2016
|Salaat||Masjid Fazl & Baitul Futuh|
Many men and women write to me requesting prayers for their unborn child and seek advice prayers for their expected child. At times, parents ask for guidance for their children who are getting closer to adolescence and adulthood. By the Grace of Allah, the majority of the Community think in this manner and they are focused on how they should undertake the tarbiyyat (moral training) of their children.
On 30th June 2017, Hazrat Khalifatul-Masih V (May Allāh be his Helper) delivered the Friday Sermon at Baitul Futūh Mosque, London. Huzoor (May Allāh be his Helper) said: Ramadān comes with countless blessings and those who understand this are able to reap them.
The blessed month of Ramadan came and has already swiftly passed by. Despite the long days and intense heat ?- particularly this time round, even here hottest temperatures were recorded - and majority of the people or at least those of them, who met with me, expressed that they did not feel the fasting that much or that despite the severe weather, they felt it relatively less.
In the previous sermon I spoke about the relationship between good morals and righteousness; the Promised Messiah?'s instructions that man can only become a righteous person when he possesses all good moral qualities. However, there are some aspects of morality, which if not present in a believer, his level of faith becomes questionable.
The teaching of Islam, which was revealed to the Holy Prophet(sa), provides us with guidance regarding every matter. If every one of us, were to act upon this teaching, a beautiful society could be formed. There are countless commandments in the Holy Qur?'an.
After reciting the Tashahhud, Ta?'uz, Tasmia and Sura Fatihah, Hazrat Ameer-ul-Mu?'mineen (aba) recited the verse: O ye who believe! Seek help with patience and Prayer; surely, Allah is with the steadfast. (2:154)
After reciting the Tashahhud, Ta'uz, Tasmia and Sura Fatiah Hazrat Ameer-ul-Mu'mineen (aba) said: Huzur said that whenever he had the opportunity to sit with representatives of the world press as well as non-Muslims and whenever he got the opportunity for questions and answers or to converse [with them], they most certainly ask this question in one way or another, be it directly or indirectly...