The Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) taught us that one of the signs of the end of times is that time will start to move more quickly. Scholars of Islam have interpreted this statement in different ways, but especially for those living in metropolitan areas of the United States, it is easy to understand.
Friday sermon by Shaykh Jamaal Diwan entitled, “Why I Care to Follow the Prophet (pbuh).” Delivered at Islamic Center of Irvine on 4/10/2015.
(Audio time ~26 mins)
*Updated from the original posted on virtualmosque.com.
The Prophet ﷺ (peace be upon him) said, “Knowledge is to be carried in every generation by the upright and just. They repel from it the distortions of the over-zealous, the forgeries of the fabricators, and the misinterpretations of the ignorant.”
This is a question that we commonly receive. I think that an answer to it, although there are many, can be found in the example of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh).
There are three elements constantly present in the life of the Messenger that can be adapted and applied to our own lives as well.
It is often said that, “you don’t truly appreciate something until it’s gone.” As much as this is true for objects and material blessings in life, it is also true with one of the most difficult stages of life– death.
Different imams and students of knowledge have different approaches to how they deal with the breadth of Islamic scholarship and practice. Below is a brief outline of where we stand on some important issues, our methodology.