When the Act of Supplicating Becomes More Precious than the Actual Need You Were Supplicating For

September 13, 2015 § Leave a comment


 

The Shaikh of Islaam, Ibn Taymiyyah, may Allaah grant him a place in Firdous, said, “… and its equivalent in this world is like someone who is facing a most severe calamity, or acute poverty or disquieting fear and so starts to supplicate to Allaah and implore Him humbly until Allaah then bestows upon him such pleasure in conversing with Him that it becomes more beloved to him than the original need he had been supplicating for—but he could not have known that initially so as to seek and yearn for it.”

Al-Fataawaa, vol. 1, p. 28.

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