KHUTBAH AL HAJAH PDF

Click here to read the instructions in one-page printable PDF format. When the preacher khateeb begins his sermon, he should say the following words in Arabic along with the English translation if the audience primarily speaks English. Allah knows best. All thanks and praise is due to Allah. We seek His help and forgiveness, and we seek refuge in Allah from the evil within ourselves and the consequences of our evil deeds.

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The Sermon for Necessities Arabic: Khutbat-ul-Haajah is a popular sermon khutbah in the Islamic world particularly as the introduction to a khutbah during Jumu'ah. It is used as an introduction to numerous undertakings of a Muslim. The Sermon for Necessities was initially taught by Muhammad as part of the Sunnah. The use of the sermon had been neglected for some years until certain scholars such as Ahmad ibn Muhammad al-Tahawi , Ibn Taymiyyah , and Ibn Qayyim Al-Jawziyya and others revived it.

The Sermon for Necessities is composed of the following text i. Man yahdih Illaahu falaa mudilla lahu wa man yudlil falaa haadiya lahu. And we seek refuge in Allah from the evils of our selves and from the evils of our actions. I bear witness that there is no deity that has the right to be worshipped except Allah- alone and with no partner- and I bear witness that Muhammad is His slave and messenger. And from both of them, He brought forth many men and women.

And fear Allah to whom you demand your mutual rights. Verily, Allah is an All-Watcher over you. He will rectify your deeds for you and forgive you your sins. And whoever obeys Allah and His Messenger has indeed achieved a great success.

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Khutbah al-Hajah: How to begin a Khutbah Sermon in Arabic and English

Khutbah Al-Haajah. Inna AlHamdalilah nahmaduhu wa nastaeenuhu wa nastaghfiruh, wa naoothu billahi min shuroori an fusinaa wa min sayeeaati aamaalina mayahdihillhu fala mudillalah wa mayudlil falaa haadiya lah. All praise to Allah, we seek his aid and his assistance, and ask his forgiveness and we seek refuge in Allah from the evil of our souls and from the evil of our actions. Whomever Allah guides, noone will be able to able to mislead him.

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The Sermon for Necessities

The Sermon for Necessities Arabic: Khutbat-ul-Haajah is a popular sermon khutbah in the Islamic world particularly as the introduction to a khutbah during Jumu'ah. It is used as an introduction to numerous undertakings of a Muslim. The Sermon for Necessities was initially taught by Muhammad as part of the Sunnah. The use of the sermon had been neglected for some years until certain scholars such as Ahmad ibn Muhammad al-Tahawi , Ibn Taymiyyah , and Ibn Qayyim Al-Jawziyya and others revived it.

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