The law of love states: "You love what your loved one loves, and you hate what your loved one hates".
As sincere devotees and worshippers of Allah سبحانه وتعالى, we should only do what He loves and avoid what He hates. Doing what He loves is for our benefit and avoiding things He hates saves us from harm. Therefore knowing what He loves and hates is vital in attaining is pleasure and eventually being granted Jannah.
This course serves as a heart softener, reminding us about the way in which we should worship Allah and the way in which we should fear His punishments.
In this course you will learn:
- Does Allah love and hate?
- What are the actions Allah loves?
- Which group loves Allah the most?
- Why should we love and hate that which Allah loves and hates?
- Can one disobey Allah whilst claiming to love Him?
- Can one claim to love Allah without knowing Him?
- How does one demonstrate their love for Allah in the correct manner as prescribed by His Messenger صلى الله عليه وسلم?
Additional Reading Material:
- Love and Hate: For the Sake of Allah, Shaikh Saleem Al- Hilaalee
- The Benefits of Fearing Allah, by Shaikh Muhammad Ibn Saalih Al- Uthmaymeen
- Al Wala & Al Bara by Muhammad Saeed Al Qahtani
- The Slicing Sword by Ibn Abdul Bari Al Ahdal
Having studied this course you should consider studying the following:
- Beneficial Statements Concerning the Evidences of Tawheed
- Al Qawa'id Al Arba'ah
- Kashf Ush Shubuhaat
- Fundamentals of Faith
- Usool Ath Thalaatha
- Kitab Ut Tawhid
- Aqeedah of Ahlus Sunnah Wal Jama'ah
- Aqeedah Haa'iyyah
- Al Qawaid Al Muthla
- Aqeedah Sharh Us Sunnah
- Names & Attributes of Allah
- Masa'il Al Jahiliyyah
- Al Walaa Wal Baraa
- What Allah Loves & Hates
- Purifying the Heart from Disbelief & Polytheism
- Conditions of Shahada
- Manhaj Us Salaf
"I have been studying at Tayyibun Institute since 2008 and last year I moved to Saudi Arabia. Although I was very happy, I soon realized that I could not seek knowledge without first learning the Arabic Language. Whilst learning Arabic I also wanted to seek Islamic knowledge. I saw some online courses but felt that it would not be as good as Tayyibun Institute, so I was very happy when I found out that they have online courses. Even though one might think that their online courses are not as good as the centre, it turned out to be better than going to the centre, not only because I live in Saudi Arabia but mainly because you will be able to study in your own time. From what I have experienced I can say that the courses at Tayyibun Institute (and online) are very much practical. Jazaahum'Allahu Khairan"
Sister M Mohamed