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[24/02/2023] Rectifying Between Disputing Brothers and Married Couples – By Abu Khadeejah ‘Abdul Wahid حفظه الله. Khutbah at Masjid As-Salafi, Birmingham, UK.
Some points discussed during this Khutbah:
- A call to be from those who open the doors to goodness and close the doors to evil.
- A warning against causing corruption in the land.
- Proof that fulfilling the command of enjoining good, forbidding evil and rectifying affairs is protection from destruction.
- The reward for those who rectify and correct.
- The great virtue of rectifying disputes that occur between Ahlus-Sunnah.
- Shaykh Fawzān (حفظه الله) on the verse, “There is no good in most of their secret talks save (in) him who orders ṣadaqah, or ma’rūf, or conciliation between mankind, and he who does this, seeking the good Pleasure of Allāh, We shall give him a great reward.” [Sūrah an-Nisā 4:114]
- A ḥadīth that highlights the importance of mending rifts between the believers.
- The need for the hearts of Ahlus-Sunnah wal-Jamā’ah to be united.
- Encouragement to rectify between spouses, and a warning against marrying and divorcing in haste.
- Removing the desire for revenge from our hearts.
- A warning against being from those who leave the people to differ when we have the ability to make peace, or being from those who incite fitnah between the believers.
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