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Patience in Islam, Reward of Patience in Quran and Hadith

Patience in Islam

Patience is the key to success.  One of the good qualities of a character is patience and endurance. The success of the patient is assured, because Allah is with the patient; And Allah The success of the Rabbul Alamin is with him. Through patience, faith are strengthened. The pursuit of human character is the key to Islam.

Regarding the importance of patience, Allaah says in the Holy Qur'an, "By the time of the great distress, people are indeed losers; but they are not those who believe and do good deeds and advise one another with truth and exhort patience." [Surah Asr, Ayat: 1-3]

What is patience in Islam

The Arabic of patience is 'Chhabar'. Without hurry, Do not be impatient for the immediate results of your efforts and Delay is called patience without losing courage.

Patience is one of the most important things for Akida. Unstableness can not be expressed when life is at stake. The success of the patience is assured because Allah is with the patience; And Allah Almighty will be with whom His success will be determined. The consequences of patience are admirable. Allah helps the patient, the great. Imam Ahmad Rahh said, "Allah talks about patience in 90 places in the Holy Quran."

 In all the hardships and dangers of life, Allah has directed ta'ala to seek His help through prayer and patience. Because, in it, the welfare of the people lies. Allah Ta'ala reports that He is with the patient. Allah says, "O you who believe! Seek help through patience and prayer. Surely Allah is with the patient. "  [Al-Baqara, Ayah: 153]

The benefits of patience are many. Imam Zainul Abedin (r) narrates a hadith about the dignity and virtue of the patient. Imam Ibn Kasir mentions the hadith in his Tafsir. "On the Day of Resurrection, a proclaimer will declare," Where are you patient, you go to Paradise without being heard? A group of people will go to heaven upon hearing the announcement. The angels will say, "Who are you? Where are they going?" They will say, "We are patient." Going to paradise.

The angels will say, "Not yet accounted for." The patient servants will say, "We have been instructed to go to Paradise before our reckoning." Then the angels will say, "Then you are a very honorable servant. Tell us about the process by which it achieved glorious results. They will say, "We have lived patiently in the life of this world.

I have experienced many sacrifices and dangers in following the path of Allah and obeying Allah. In exchange for this we sometimes lack- Didn't complain I've always known patience. The angels will say, "Marhaba!" You are the true reward of your deeds."  [Ibn Kasir's]  Allah Almighty says, "Patients will be rewarded free of charge." [Surah Zumar: 10]

We usually have the patience not to be distracted by the dangers and disasters
I think so. Basically patience holds a lot of meaning. There are three types of patience. Namely:
                     1. Wrong - to refrain from crime.
                     2. Don't be in danger.
                     3. Worship is obedience to Allah and hard work.
                      [ Tafsir  Bayjavi ]
If a person is patient in the aforementioned sense, fullness and success in his life is acceptable.

Reward of  Patience in Quran

In the Holy Qur'an there is good news for those who are patient.
In the Qur'an, Allah says, "Therefore, be patient in waiting for the guidance of your Lord; do not be patient with the companion of the fisherman (Yunus Alayhi salam)."

Allaah says, "When a danger comes, those who say," We have to Allah, we must return to Allah - their Lord's love for them And kindness will come in the flow. And know! These are the right guidance." [Sura al-Baqara: 156-157]

Allaah says in the Quran, "I must test you with some fear, hunger and loss of wealth, life and fruits.
Will. And give glad tidings to the patient, who, when adversity strikes them, say, "We are Allah's and most surely to Him is the return."

The Almighty Allah says, "O you who believe! Be patient, fight patiently, and be prepared for battle. Fear Allah, that you may succeed." [Surah Al-Imran, verse: 200]

Reward of  Patience in Hadith

Ibn Kasir (R), said: "It is reasonable to be patient without being disappointed with the dangers. Hadith Sharif said, "The Prophet (peace be upon him) did not despair when he was in trouble. He would immediately stand in prayer." [Ibn Kassir]

Dear Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (peace be upon him) hid himself in the gurule (Sur Mountains) on his way to Medina Sharif when he emigrated from Mecca Sharif. Thus assured. It is mentioned in the Qur'an that, "If you do not help him, Allah will help him when the disbelievers expel him, and he is the second of the two when they are both in the cave; She then told her companion, "Don't worry, Allah is with us."

Patience in Islam, Reward of  Patience in Quran and Hadith

Patience in Islam

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