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IMAGINE THE MOMENTS YOU ENTER JANNAH

Allah says at the doors of Jannah and the doors opened. The angels are standing to welcome the people, they say to them the first word. What do you think they say first thing? ''PEACE'' because this is what we're all yearning for, we're yearning for the everlasting comfort of peace in our heart and for the rest of our life, physically in our feelings, in our ears with what we see, with how we speak and that's the first thing the Angels say ''ASSALAMU ALAIKUM'' (Peace is All Upon You). O how pure and wonderful you are, now enter it 'Everlasting Entrance'

My dear brothrs and sisters in Islam. I want to describe that moment when you're about to enter Jannah and then as you enter in'sha'Allah. In the books of Tafseer and I will relate authentic Hadith. You come to the doors of Jannah and you don't enter straightaway because guess who has to open the door? He is Prophet Muhammad (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) and He grabs the ring, Allahu Alam what that ring looks like.

Allah only knows the perfect description of this door. It's a marvelous door, a huge door, very wide hundreds of kilometers wide because Allah's doors to Jannah are wide and His generosity is immense. The first one to knock on it is Prophet Muhammad (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) and the guardian behind the door, the angel asks, who is it? and He says with all humbleness I am Muhammad and the angel says: it is you who've i been commanded to not open the door to anyone but you and the door is open.

He is the one privileged our Prophet Muhammad (sallallahu alayhi wasallam). Iimagine brothers and sisters if you are the first group that enters with the Prophet (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) now, the other people who are waiting... you see people come in lines and as you come to the doors of Jannah there is like a waiting area and the doors get crowded, the doors get very crowded according to the Hadith even though they are 100 of kilometers wide and the people wanna race in there and there are people waiting so you're waiting there and the first thing that you are given, is to quench your thirst after all this time waiting in the Day of Judgement.

You are given wine, which is mixed with ginger to refresh yourself in the waiting area and you are with these beautiful people with bright faces, they're all smiling, they're all cheerful. Allah (Subhana Wa Ta'la) has wiped away all the sins. No one knows and they're a secret between you and Allah and no one feels jealous of anyone else for some reason. The feelings are starting to change because Allah says in the Quran: ''We will take out from their hearts, every bad feeling, no jealousy, no hatred, no Envy, no competition..  none of that and everybody is happy for everyone else in fact everyone is happy for what they've received and then the entrance begins.

Your name is called out one by one and you enter Jannah one by one and you are called by your best names that you used to be called in this world and by your father's name with the best of names. As you enter into Jannah, you get lost in the beauty, of what you hear, what you see and who you meet. Everybody runs off to their own palaces, their own belongings. Our Prophet Muhammad (saw) tells us in the Sahih Hadith that a person will go to their palace and to their property and they'll know exactly where it is exactly as they knew their homes in this world and even better.

Allah suddenly puts in your heart, the know- of how to get to your property. You know it because it belongs to you and everybody is busy, they want to go and see their property, they want to see their spouses, they want to see the Angels, they want to see what Allah (Subhana Wa Ta'la) has in store for them.

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