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be careful of the du'as of the Muslim you mistreat

« on: Mar 15, 2011 07:31 PM »

to a non-Muslim and others like her who search for true faith:


When you wake up in the morning

From a dream you think is okay

You see your spouse and family

Get ready for another day





The dream you saw, the things you see

The bed on which you soundly sleep

Your kids all grown up, your husband

And old memories that you keep






Who do you think created them?

Were they created from nothing?

If there is no God who made these

All, then what’s the point of living?






D’you think we were made from nothing

Then from nothing we live for fun

To eat and drink, to love and hate

Then when we die, what comes is none?






The eyes with which your body sees

Those sockets that keep your eyeballs

The mouth you use for food and speech

The way you answer random calls






The languages you use to speak

And another –your mother tongue-

The way you carry yourself, and

How you breathe through your heart and lungs






The muscles that stretch when you smile

Your friends who often make you laugh

The words you try to understand

And how you sign your name so fast




Your kids who once stayed in your womb

The months you carried them in you

Your feelings when you saw their first

Walk and when they smile back at you




The food you eat and cook each day

The rainfalls that fall from above

The earth you walk on each night and

Day, and the things you’ve learned to love





The blood that flows ‘neath your skin each

Hour, the foods you eat, sweet and sour

The clouds you see above your head

The scent of various plants and flowers







The many colors of people

You see, and many sounds you hear

All things in this universe make

You think that a God must be near






A God who is not in this world

But because of Lordship –Above-

Above the skies and on His Throne

Above anything you can think of






A God who is the Most Powerful

A God who does not eat or sleep

A God who is Above all things

A God who does not sweep the streets






A God who sees us all the time

A God who knows our hidden thoughts

A God who hears us all the time

A God who gives us lots and lots






A God who made this universe

A God who is the King of all

A God who knows the good and bad

A God who causes rain to fall






A God who made all kinds of colors

A God who rotates day and night

A God who knows all languages

A God who gave the moon its light






A God who knows the past and present

A God who sees the future of all

A God who gave all kinds of sounds

A God who gave all forms –short and tall






A God who is not a human

Not a soul or created thing

A God who always hears and sees

Yet we cannot hear or see Him






A God who tests us, hence we cannot

See Him, a God who never lies

A God without human weakness

-Not Born- A God who does not die






A God who made us with a purpose

To worship Him, worship Him alone

A God who wants us to be Muslims

And Heaven our Eternal Home






By worshiping only One God

And following God’s Rules and Laws

Allah is He. God is Allah.

Allah: The God who has no flaws






Allah is not the God of Arabs

Not all Arabs believe in Him

Allah is the God of all of us

Who made everyone and everything






If you ask ‘why the name Allah?’

I ask you, why’s your name your name?

Imagine your teacher says ‘I’m Jane’

If you disbelieve you could be ‘lame’






She says, ‘Class, I’m Jane; I’m your teacher’

You say, ‘I don’t want a teacher ‘Jane’’

Your teacher says, ‘my name is Jane’

You say, ‘Don’t teach, unless your name is changed’






If one has done that, they have rebelled

They’re arrogant; they want attention

If you’re a troublesome student

Then all you get is detention






So if Allah says that He is God,

That Allah is God, and God Allah

Then believe in God, worship Allah

To avoid Hell and its boiling lava






Allah is One, the Only True God

Allah created you and I

Allah has no children nor wife

Allah needs no bodyguard nor spy







Allah is One, God is Just One

I said ‘One God’, not ‘God in Three’

One God who rules the whole universe

‘More than many gods’? How can that be?






If there were many gods as some claim

The whole world would be upside down

False gods would vie with one another

As kings would fight for the same crown






God has no son. God has no daughter.

God has no wife, God did not marry

God is too Powerful and Perfect

God does not weaken nor get lonely






God is Allah, Allah the True God

If you now believe, please testify

That there is no god but Allah

And God was never crucified






Once you have recognized Allah

Remember that Allah has Rules

Rules that must be followed by all

All of God’s servants, including you






God commanded us to pray to Him

To Pray to Him each day and each night

To worship Him our Creator Allah

Is the reason why God gave us life






Imagine a king who has many

Servants staying at his palace

It would make no sense at all if those

Servants do not fulfill their purpose






Those servants were ordered to work

And to respect that king at all times

While the king gives them a place to stay

They should always make his palace shine






Any slave who does not work may

Eventually be kicked out soon

Any slave who works improperly

May likewise end up without a room






That king has a right to command

His slaves to sing lovely songs of him

To choose the number of times to wash

A staircase, because he is ‘king’





That king has a right to command his

Slaves to do well to his family

To treat his close friends with respect

And welcome his guests cheerfully






To tell them not to touch this and that

To disallow them from certain rooms

To do what he commands them to do

As he is the owner who rules






So when Allah gives a command

A command that must be obeyed

You must obey Allah’s Commandments

Or else you might get yourself astray






So if Allah commands you to pray

To Him, five prayers everyday

Don’t ask ‘why?’ Don’t ask ‘why five salahs?’

Just listen to God, and obey






God lets you walk on the earth He made

God gives you fresh air for you to breathe

God keeps the clouds above you floating

And gives you drink and food to eat





God gave you a brain with which to think

And still you ask ‘why should you pray?’

We pray to Allah, the Mighty King

Who lets us live each night and day






When you’re awake, when you’re asleep

The air you breathe each night and day

What you inhale and what you exhale

Are some things from God which you don’t pay






The ability to taste is a

Gift from God which many just ignore

Imagine if you could not taste the

Food you eat, eating would be a bore






You eat fruits and vegetables that God

Created, from plants that Allah made

You drink water which belongs to God

And yet you ask ‘why must we pray?’






We pray to Allah, not because He

Needs us, but because we need Him so

God is the One who keeps us alive

God is the One who helps us grow






How dare you walk on earth as though

You own it, when earth is owned by Him

Allah who owns the whole universe

Who owns everyone and everything






How dare you speak when God gave you speech

How dare you sleep when God made the night

How dare you eat and drink what God

Bestowed, and you ask ‘does God have rights?’






Yes, God’s Right is that He be worshiped

Worshiped Alone with no other

And that His commands be followed

While we know Him as God and Ruler






Allah: The Ruler of those on earth

The Ruler of those that live beneath

The Ruler of humans, animals,

And jinns, and those that live in the seas






Allah: The God and Owner of

Everything and everyone He made

Even the oxygen we breathe

And the night and day are Allah’s slaves






So please do not ask ‘why must we pray?’

We pray because we are Allah’s slaves

Slaves of God who created us all

And gave us a place –this earth- to stay






Because God is God, and the True King

God has every right to command

He can choose the number of prayers

And how we should worship with our hands,






What we should say in our salaahs,

Which prayers should be said aloud

How we should mention Allah’s Names and

How (when we pray) we must look down






God has a right to order us to

Abstain from the food and drink He gave

He has a right to make Ramadan

A month of fasting during the day






God has a right to prevent us

From committing sins and evil deeds

From food and drink that He forbade

To test us if we truly believe






God tests us not because He knows not

But because He wants to be sure

To ensure that those who are with Him

In Heaven are the good and very pure






If you ask ‘Who was before Allah?’

I ask, ‘what was before number one?’

If you say ‘zero’ or ‘nothing’

Then what is before Allah is ‘none’






Allah is the First, the Only One,

The One True God whom we should pray to

The Only One who knows everyone

Who knows what all His slaves will go through






Allah is God who will question us

On the Day of Resurrection

Allah is the One to question us

It is not right that God is questioned






So do not question ‘why should we pray?’

‘Why should we pray five times a day?’

God is the King who must command

While we were born to be God’s slaves







There is no job on earth that is more

Noble than being Allah’s servant

There is no home more spacious than earth

But the homes in eternal heaven





Embrace Islam for it means Peace

Peaceful submission to your Creator

Accept the key from God Allah

Or you may regret it later





Islam is the religion of all

Prophets, the faith of Jesus too

As He peacefully believed in God

And did what he was ordered to do




He called his people to Islam

And here I am inviting you

Islam to Heaven? Or lies to Hell?

As God’s slave, it is your job to choose.

Written by sister Miriam M.

سبحان الله و بحمده
مئة مرة في اليوم

say 'SubhanAllah wa Bihamdih' and 'AstaghfurAllah' 100 times everyday
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