Sūrah Ibrāhīm , Chapter 14 Verse(s): 1-6 presented on 10/11/09
Shaykh Amin advances a brief introduction to this Sūrah and then delves into the first few verses that clarify Allah’s ﷻ support for the Prophet’s ﷺ mission of bringing people to the path of belief. The Shaykh shares valuable insights into the preconditions and etiquettes of ‘daʿwah’ (propagation of faith) based on the interpretation of these verses.
Sūrah Ibrāhīm , Chapter 14 Verse(s): 7-17 presented on 10/18/09
In this session, Shaykh Amin elaborates on how we must be cautious when we read the verses of the Qurʾān: reward and punishment are contextualized concepts whose realization can be subtle, and apparent only to the discerning eye.
Sūrah Ibrāhīm, Chapter 14 Verse(s): 18-25 presented on 10/25/09
The verses of this session revisit the dichotomy of answering the call of the Prophet ﷺ versus the call of the devil. Shaykh Amin paints a vivid picture of the supreme drama that unfolds for a submitting soul on the day of judgment, and the gruesome alternative for the rebelling soul. The session closes with the similitude of the tree of ‘tawḥīd’ (monotheism) that is rooted firmly, and that can weather any storm.
Sūrah Ibrāhīm , Chapter 14 Verse(s): 26-34 presented on 11/1/09
Shaykh Amin examines the analogy of a strongly rooted tree and a believer in Allah ﷻ, as well as the converse analogy. The Will of Allah ﷻ is Supreme and unquestionable, it is in submitting to it that the believer finds peace.
Sūrah Ibrāhīm , Chapter 14 Verse(s): 35-41 presented on 11/8/09
In this session, the focus of the Sūrah shifts to Ibrāhīm (AS). Shaykh Amin takes an in-depth look at the wisdom behind the supplications of Ibrāhīm (AS) presented in these verses.
Sūrah Ibrāhīm , Chapter 14 Verse(s): 42-52 presented on 11/20/09
This is the concluding session for Sūrah Ibrāhīm.