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Ibrahim al-Khawwash may Allaah have mercy saying, "The Nature of patience that is firmly on top of the Scripture and as-Sunna." (Al-Minhaj Sharh Sahih Muslim [3 / 7]). Ibn 'Atha' may Allaah have mercy saying, "Patience is a response to disasters with adab / good way." (Al-Minhaj Sharh Sahih Muslim [3 / 7]). Abu Ali ad-Daqqaq may Allaah have mercy saying, "The nature of the patient are not protesting something that had been established in destiny. As for revealing what had happened during the not-for complaining to the creature-it does not negate the patience. "(Al-Minhaj Sharh Sahih Muslim [3 / 7])

following some kind of patience:

al-Hafiz Ibn Rajab al-Hanbali may Allaah have mercy saying, "Patience is praised there are several types: [1] patiently on obedience to God 'Almighty, [2] as well as away from the patient in disobedience to God' Almighty, [ 3] and then wait in a fate that was painful to bear. Patience in obedience and patience to run away from things that are forbidden in the main more than patient in dealing with the fate that was painful ... "(Jami 'al-Ulum wa al-Hikam, pp. 279)

Shaykh as-Sa'di may Allaah have mercy saying, "The patient in performing obedience to God and away from the patient in disobedience to Him, then it is clear to everyone that they are part of the faith. In fact, those two things is the principal and branches. Because the essence of faith as a whole is the patience to fulfill what God loved and blessed Him and to continually draw closer to Him, so too must wait in away from the things forbidden by God. And also because this religion actually pivot on three main points: [1] confirmed the news of Allah and His Messenger, [2] the commandments of God and His apostles, and [3] avoid the restrictions both ... "(al-Qaul as-Sadid Maqashid fi at-Tawhid, pp. 105-106)

Patience is the character of the apostles

Allah ta'ala says (which means), "It has been denied the Messengers before you and they even put up with actions such disbelieving, and they were hurt until Our help came to them." (Surat al-An'am: 34)

Patience led to happiness in life

Allah ta'ala says (which means), "By the time, indeed all human beings truly are in loss, Except those who believe, of pious charity, advising one another in righteousness and honor one another to patience." (Qur'an - 'Ashr: 1-3)

Umar ibn Khatthab radhiyallahu'anhu said, "We managed to get the best of our livelihood by way of patience." (Narrated by Bukhari in mu'allaq firmly, dimaushulkan by Ahmad in az-Zuhd with isnaad valid, see Fath al-Bari [11 / 342] CET. Dar al-Hadith year 1424 H)

Patient sustaining faith

From Shuhaib radhiyallahu'anhu, the Prophet sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam said, "It was amazing to affairs of a believer. Indeed all the business it was good for him. And it does not exist except on myself a believer. If he gets any pleasure so he was grateful, then it is good for him. If he hit hard and he was patient, then it is also a good for him. "(Narrated by Muslim [2999] See al-Minhaj Sharh Sahih Muslim [9 / 241])

Ibn Mas'ud radhiyallahu'anhu said, "Patience is half of faith." (Narrated by Abu Nu'aim in al-Hilyah and al-Bayhaqi in az-Zuhd, see Fath al-Bari [1 / 62] and [11 / 342]). It was narrated that 'Ali ibn Abi Talib radhiyallahu'anhu said, "Patience for the faith like the head of the body. If patience was gone then vanished also the faith. "(Narrated by Ibn Abi 'Abd al Muttalib in Mushannafnya [31 079] and al-Bayhaqi in al-Iman Syu'ab [40], the early part of this atsar attenuated by al-Albani in al Da'eef -Jami '[3535], see also Saheeh al-Jami wa Da'eef' as-Shaghir [17/121] al-Syamilah Maktabah software).

Patience penepis defamation

Abu Malik al-Ash'ari radhiyallahu'anhu, Prophet sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam said, "... And my patience is a light-hot-..." (Narrated by Muslim [223], see al-Minhaj Sharh Sahih Muslim [3 / 6] CET. Dar Ibn al-Haitsam year 2003). Ibn al-Qayyim, may Allaah have mercy saying, "... Defamation doubtful with a conviction can be ignored, while slander lust can be ignored with patience. Hence, Allah the Glorified make religious leadership in this case depends on the second. Allah says (which means), "And We made them leaders who provide guidance to the commands us when they can be patient and always believe in Our Signs." (Surah as-Sajdah: 24). This shows that with patience and confidence that supplies will be achieved leadership in matters of religion. God also combine both in his word (which means), "They advised each other in truth and advised each other to carry out patience." (Surat al-'Ashr: 3). Advise each other in the truth is doubtful because in order to resolve libel, while mutual patience is advised to carry out because in order to curb defamation lust ... "(quoted from the ADH-Dhau 'al-Munir' ala Tafsir at-compiled by Shaykh 'Ali ash-Shalihi [5 / 134], see also al-Lahfan Ighatsat pp. 669)

Patience led to the guidance for the heart

Allah ta'ala says (which means), "It's not overwrite an accident, except with the permission of Allah. Whoever believes in Allah then Allah will give clues into her heart. "(Surat at-Taghabun: 11)

Ibn Kathir al-A'masy point to testimony from Abu Dhabyan. Abu Dhabyan said, "Once we sat down together Alqomah, when he read this verse 'He who believes in Allah then Allah will show the heart' and he asked about the meaning. And he answered, 'Those are referred to in this paragraph is a person who suffered the accident and know that comes from Allah, then he feels pleasure and surrender to Him. "Atsar was narrated by Ibn Jarir and Ibn Abi Hatim in in their interpretation. Jubayr ibn Sa'id ibn Hayyan and Muqatil when interpreting the verse, "ie, God will show the heart-so it can say istirja 'ie lillahi Inna wa inna ilaihi raji'un." (Tafseer al-Qur'an al-'Azhim [ 4 / 391] CET. Dar al-Fikr)

The wisdom behind disaster

Prophet sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam said, "If God wants His servants to get the goodness of God segerakan for her punishment in the world. And if God wills evil for him, God shall withstand the punishment to be enhanced return later in the day of Judgement. "(Narrated by Tirmidhi, hadith hasan ghareeb, see as-Saheehah [1220])

In the hadith of the great Prophet sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam reported that there were times when the Almighty gave to the disaster of His believing servants in order to cleanse himself of the filth of sin has ever done for a living. This was so that later when he encounters God in akherat then progressively increase the load carrying light. Similarly, accidents sometimes God gives to some people but not because of love and glorification of Him to them, but in order to delay their sentences in the natural world, so that later on in akherat eventually they will regret it with a pile of sins that are so big and so heavy load who must bear when facing him. At that moment he would feel that he really deserves the punishment of Allah. God gives gifts to whomever by virtue of his and God also provides punishment for anyone with full justice. God does not need to be asked about what he did, but their servants that should be questioned about their deeds and behavior Busway (prepared from a description by Shaykh Muhammad ibn Abdul 'Aziz al-Qor'awi in al-Jadid fi Syarhi Book at -Tauhid, pp. 275)

Now that we know how wonderful patience, so now the question is: Have we patience to realize these values in our lives? Have we become impatient as the pillars of our happiness? Have patience coloring the liver, oral, and movements of our limbs?

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