Meaning of Dreams

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Meaning of Dreams
Abu Huraira r.a. reported that the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said: “When the time draws near (end of the world), the dream of a believer is hardly false. The dreams that are true are dreams that speak the truth. And the dreams of a believer are part of 45 types of nubuwwah (revelation). A dream is of three kinds: (1) Glad tidings from Allah s.w.t., (2) bad or sad dreams that are inputs of Satan, (3) self-suggestions from one’s illusion, fantasy or imagination. Therefore, should you see something bad in a dream, rise and offer salah, and do not relate it to others”.
(Muslim)

The Position of Mosque in Islam

From Uthman r.a. who said: Rasulullah (peace and blessings be upon him) said: “He who built a mosque for Allah s.w.t., Allah would build for him a house in Paradise.”

(Narrated by Bukhari and Muslim

Allah s.w.t. Knows Best

From A’isya r.a. she said: “Whoever that tells you that Muhammad can see his God, then such person is a liar because Allah s.w.t. said: “Such view had not reached him.” And whoever that tells you that Muhammad knows the unseen realm (al-ghaib), then such person is a liar because Allah s.w.t. said: “No one knows the unseen realm but He.”

(Muslim)

Record of Deeds till Judgement Day

The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said: “Verily, Allah assigned an angel with the power to hear the speeches of all of His slaves, and none offered prayers to me unless delivered by the angel”.

(Ammaar bin Yasir r.a.)

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