When he was thrown into the huge, raving fire, what did Ibrahim (‘alayhissalam) say?
Allah (Alone) is sufficient for us, and, He is the Best Disposer of affairs. [al-Bukhari]
When Banu Israel were stuck in front of the Red Sea, behind them the army of Fir’awn, what did Musa (AS) say?
Indeed, with me is my Lord; He will guide me. [26:62]
The word tawakkul comes from the root word wakala, to entrust, to rely/depend on, or to have confidence in another. And Allah is Al-Wakeel, The Disposer of Affairs, the One entrusted. The essence of tawakkul is to entrust our affairs to Allah and be content knowing that He will take care of everything.
Join Shaykh Moutasem Al-Hameedy as we learn more about the true meaning and the fruits of tawakkul to help us navigate through the worries and challenges that come our way
Shaykh Moutasem Al-Hameedy has studied under the prominent students of Shaykh al-Albani, including Shaykh Mashhoor Hasan (Hadeeth and Usool al-Fiqh), Shaykh Hussain al-Awaaysha (Fiqh and Manners), Shaykh Abu Suhaib (Imaam at Wise Islamic Centre in the UK), Shaykh Ayman as-Saadiq (Arabic grammar and morphology), and Dr. Malik Sha’ban (Aqeedah, Tafseer). His works in da’wah include being an Imam and lecturer at Ibn Taymiyyah Mosque (London, UK) and at Call to Islam Islamic Center (Luton, UK), lecturing at British universities and schools on Islam, and hosting TV shows and lecture series on Huda TV.
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