Do Not Waste That Which Remains of Ramadan by Abu Khadeejah

Abu Khadeejah 'Abdul-Wāhid

Khutbah at Masji as-Salafi, Birmingham, July 2013.

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13 Comments

  1. This lecture is a must listen. It is very true, we have to tighten up our waist sheets (i.e. work much harder) in the last 10 days of Ramadan. Jazak Allah khayran.

  2. May Allah guide us all to do what pleasing too Him and forgive us for our sins and transgressions, and bestow us His grace and shower us with His mercy, and guide us on the straight path, Aameen.

  3. Thanks Abu khadeejah…may Allah reward you with goodness. this lecture and most of your lectures benefits me a lot.

  4. rather all your lectures that I have listen so far, benefits me a lot. Insha Allah I pray for your health and well being.

  5. BaarakAllaahu feek. It is indeed a very important talk full of beneficial advices and reminders to keep up within Ramadaan,for all of the days and nights. How serious is the matter to enter and exit Ramadaan without being benefitted and forgiven by Allaah?! May Allaah bless you Ustaad Abu Khadeejah tremendously.Ameen.

  6. JazakAllahu kheyr. Very beneficial, alhamdulillah.

    It provided advice/reminders for the last ten days of Ramadan.
    (paraphrase: The intellient one is one who ponders over the opportunities for ibaadah, sadaqah, making hajj, giving zakah, offering prayers, how we make use of our time before/as they occur, instead of months, years after they have passed)

    It talked about yawmul qiyyamah and how our records will be presented to us and that we don’t want to have regrets that we didn’t do more good deeds and how we strive to accumulate wealth on this earth instead of good deeds and that that wealth will not benefit us once we are dead (but the good deeds will)

    Reminder that though many days of Ramadan have passed, we can still benefit. We should strive harder. It mentioned ways we can strive harder such as seeking Allah’s forgiveness, doing good deeds, being generous, pray the night prayer, wake up our families at night to pray because deeds are multiplied at this time.

    It talked about seeking out laylatul qadr and how the night precedes the day so that the 21st night of Ramadan, for example, was the night before the 21st day.

    It talked about how people tend to wind down towards the month of Ramadan and start preparing for Eid instead of ramping things up ibaadah wise.

    It talked about Zakatul Fitr, how it should be given and when

    It talked about itikaf

    And it reminded us of just how powerful it is to catch laylatul qadr giving the example that if you caught laylatul qadr (by praying and acts of worship on that night) for 70 years (70 nights of laylatul qadr) and that if worship on that night is better than the worship of 1000 months (essentially a lifetime) than it was like you had 70 lifetimes of worship from just those 70 nights.

    May Allah reward you for taking the time to share these brief, yet beneficial audios.

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