Dawah to Non Muslims During The Month of Ramadan and From This Ramadhaan to Next Ramadhaan – Course 12
Course Duration 01 : 35 : 26
Dawah to Non Muslims During The Month of Ramadan and From This Ramadan To Next Ramadan is our topic that will guide you about Da'wah and answer your queries regarding Da'wah. We will also discuss how to keep up the habit of good deeds after Ramadan and take this rhythm into the next Ramadan.
Dawah to Non Muslims During The Month of Ramadan
Da'wah literally means to invite non-Muslims towards Islam. It is not the Da'wah for food which is a commonly used term in the sub-continent.
Is Da'wah Obligatory
Dawah to Non Muslims During The Month of Ramadan and From This Ramadan To Next Ramadan includes Da'wah. Is Da'wah obligatory? Yes, Da'wah is obligatory on every Muslim. It is not a Sunnah. It is a Fardh.
Two Important Aspects of Da'wah
The two important aspects of Da'wah are:
Best Strategy for Da'wah
The best strategy for Da'wah is to approach a non-Muslim, ask him his concerns regarding Islam, and then answer them with references from Quran and Hadith.
You can give Da'wah to different religions by using their own books. As Jesus Christ (PBUH) informed his nation about the arrival of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). There are many places in Hindu books where the oneness of Allah (SWT) is mentioned again and again. It is strange that Hindus are not worshipping one Allah like us Muslims because their book suggests them to do so.
From This Ramadan To Next Ramadan
The second phase of Da'wah to non-Muslims during the month of Ramadan and from this Ramadan to the next Ramadan is about maintaining the good deeds that we do in Ramadan to the next Ramadan. Here are a few tips that can help maintain yourself and Da'wah to non-Muslims during the month of Ramadan and from this Ramadan to the next Ramadan
- Maintaining Good Deeds from this Ramadan to the next Ramadan
- Expiate Your Sins from this Ramadan to the Next Ramadan
- Stay Righteous
Daily Prayers from this Ramadan to the Next Ramadan
Another way to expiate your sins is to fast From This Ramadan To Next Ramadan. It was narrated from Abu Hurairah [ra] that the Messenger of Allaah [pbuh] used to say: "The five daily prayers, from one Jumu'ah to the next, and from one Ramadhaan to the next, are an expiation for whatever [sins] come in between, so long as one avoids major sins." (Sahih Muslim Vol.1 Hadith 552)
The five daily prayers help you to give Dawah to Non Muslims During The Month of Ramadan and from this Ramadan to the next Ramadan.
Few But Constant Good Deeds
Constant good deeds can also help you to give Da'wah to non-Muslims during the month of Ramadan and from this Ramadan to the next Ramadan. A few but constant good deeds are loved by Allah (SWT).
Dua After Ramadan
"Our Lord! (they say) Let not our hearts deviate now after Thou has guided us, but grant us mercy from Thine own Presence; for Thou art the Grantor of bounties without measure." (Al Quran 3:8)
Learn more about making the most of Ramadan and carrying the good run of deeds to the next Ramadan with Dr. Zakir Naik as he sits down with us to discuss this in detail. Enroll in our course to learn more.