Friday Sermon 18 September 1998
Surely success comes to the believers. Those who are humble in their Prayers. And shun everything vain. ('The Holy Quran'. al-Muminun [The Believers]: 2 - 4). ... They care about all aspects of their trusts and offices and always keep scrutinising their trusts and offices and keep observation as to its inner nature through the telescope of righteousness lest there be any hidden flaw in their trustworthiness and keeping of office ... (Ahmad, Hazrat Mirza Ghulam. 'Barahin e Ahmadiyya: v'. Anwar Ahmadiyya Machine Press, 1905. 'Ruhani Khazain: xxi'. 208). The states of one's inner presence are far hidden and are so far off in spiritual terms that they cannot be observed without a telescope. The Holy Prophet ﷺ fulfilled the rights of the trust more than anyone. So if you understand the topic of keeping trusts in the light of the practice of the Holy Prophet your life would be rectified at each moment. The Holy Prophet ﷺ has served the people of his age and those in ages to come as none else has. He was the chief of his people. He has taken care of each of the subtlest of one's needs: Verily Allah commands you to deliver the trusts to those best fitted to discharge them, and that when you judge between people you judge with justice. And surely excellent is that with which Allah admonishes you! Allah is All-Hearing All-Seeing. ('The Holy Quran'. al-Nisa [The Women]: 59). This subject applies to His Noble personage for he delivered the total trust of his being to Almighty God. He was our chief, our master, our lord, our guide so whenever he directs the way he directs correctly regardless of whether anyone treads those paths or not. Then he is a Prophet and a Prophet who informs about all the perils that could have been encountered by mankind until Doomsday and this Prophet is unlettered. Apparently devoid of education but an unlettered who has always spoken the truth with regards to God and spoken of the Godly attributes in complete truth. So not only did he become truthful but also credible. That is because Almighty God supported [him in] everything he said and averred his truth in everything he said. It was important for the unlettered Prophet to have also been truthful and credible. The text http://www.alislam.org/urdu/sermon/FST19980918-UR.pdf © The Tahir Archive / MTA International, 2016.
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