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She Will Be in Hell - Powerful Reminder

Let me tell you an incident that took place with the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). An imaan who will mention a woman in front of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW). He speaks about how good she is in her worship. He speaks about how much she prays. He speaks about how much she fasts. He speaks about how much she donates but then the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) told him that this woman you just mentioned right now. She will be punished in the Hellfire.

Amazing, Ya Rasool Allah (SAW). We just told you how much this woman prays. We just told you how much this woman fast. We just told you how much this women donates. We just told you how much good this woman does. Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: ''Yes, But She Will Be Punished in The Hell Fire'' because she was evil and cruel to her neighbours.

Prayers, Fasting, Donation and all these good actions but she was cruel to her neighbors and being cruel to your neighbor is as evil as any other major sin and then on the other hand, Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) was mentioning to him another woman. She prays normal, she fast normal, so she does not pray a lot, she prays hes prayers, she fasts he fasting, she gives he zakkah and she does you know average actions.
She does... You know the normal average actions as a Muslim and when it comes to the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). He said: but she's going to Jannah. why, oh Messenger of Allah? because she is very good and she is very well mannered to her neighbours. (Subhan Allah). Who thinks of that these days?

You find Muslims, Islam to them is about Salah. Islam to them is about fasting. Islam to them is about Zakat. Islam to them is about reading the Quran, which no doubt this is Islam but that's not all Islam and then when it comes to having the good manners. When it comes to having the good morales. When it comes to having the good ethics. You find muslims neglecting that?

It's like we don't need to be well-mannered, it's like we don't need to be well-behaved, it's like we don't need to have the best of a good (Manners). When Allah praised the Prophet Muhammad (saw) with the best of his character are those his manners (pbuh). Allah (Subhanaw taala) says: ''Indeed verily Muhammad, you have the best of manners and you have the best of morales''
With that my dear brothers and sisters the best and the most important thing that we have in our character is to have the best of manners. The Manners of the prophet Muhammad (sallallahu alayhi wa sallam) that treat people to him and turned his enemies to be his followers and made those used to fight him to fight with him and those who dislike him to like him and those who turned away from him to turn him and those who look down at him to look up at him. It was the Manners of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAW).

It was his morals, it was his ethics and we have that responsibility of having the best of manners. We have the responsibility of having the best of ethics. We have the responsibility of having the best of discipline. May Allah protect us from hell fire (Ameen)

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