Friday Sermon 28 February 2003.
Why should Allah punish you if you are thankful and believe? And Allah is Appreciating All-Knowing. (The Holy Quran. al-Nisa [The Women]: 148). The Holy Prophet ? enjoined (in context of the rights of Allah and His creation which relate the aspects of 'favour in reciprocation of favour or its acknowledgement' of the [Divine] attributes of thankfulness and gratitude to reciprocate a favour with a favour) and said that if it is not within one's means to do so, then one should at least mention the favour conferred on them. The Holy Prophet ? laid stress on the significance of including glorification of Allah when acknowledging one's well being. The Holy Prophet's ? constant sense of deep gratitude to Khadija (may Allah be pleased with her) even long after she had passed away and how he would be exceptionally courteous to her relations as a mark of this gratitude, just as he would often declare his deep appreciation of Abu Bakr's (may Allah be pleased with him) sense of loyalty and devotion. The Holy Prophet ? would also articulate his sense of gratitude to the inhabitants of Medina for providing him with a refuge. Other incidents reveal the most excellent sense of gratitude practiced by the Holy Prophet ?. There are many episodes from the life of the Promised Messiah (on whom be peace) illustrating his grateful and appreciative nature, as regards his benevolent manner with his blessed wife and his companions, in particular Hakeem Maulana Noorudin (may Allah be pleased with him). He pays a most eloquent and amazing tribute to Hakeem Maulana Noorudin (may Allah be pleased with him) in his writings. Other incidents regard the sense of sacrifice and devotion that prevailed among the companions of the Promised Messiah (on whom be peace) and the appreciative acknowledgement rendered by the Promised Messiah (on whom be peace) for their modest yet extremely sincere monetary contributions. Referring to my declaration in the last Friday Sermon of a scheme to assist those young women of marriageable age who cannot afford a dowry, I acknowledge a most generous response from the Community worldwide. Funds in excess of £109000 have already been collected in the space of one week. Promises have been received from all over the world and of some of the individual contributors. I name the scheme as 'Maryum Shadi (Marriage) Fund'.
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