This is Love (36): Loving Whom the Prophet Loved | Ali Albarghouthi


Explanation of the 36th hadith in the book.

1) The Prophet loved and did the best, so we should emulate him
2) Examples of how the Companions loved him more than themselves
3) Loving the Prophet is not a nasheed we play but following his Sunnah out of love for him
4) Loving & following the Prophet form a loop
5) The virtue of Abu Bakr and A’ishah
6) What do we do when our personal love clashes with our love for Allah & the Prophet?
7) Q&A

In Islamic theology and belief, Allah (God) is often described as the source of all love and compassion. Love in Islam is multifaceted and encompasses various dimensions:

Allah’s Love for His Creation: Muslims believe Allah’s love and compassion extend to His creation. The Quran repeatedly mentions Allah’s attributes of mercy and love. For example, one of the most frequently recited verses in the Quran is “Bismillah ir-Rahman ir-Rahim,” which translates to “In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.” This highlights Allah’s boundless mercy and love for His creatures.

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