Hadith Weekly

“Truly our traditions enliven the hearts.”

-Imam Muhammad al-Baqir

Praying on Time

In this episode of Hadith Weekly, Sheikh Azhar shares a tradition about the virtue of offering prayers on time. What is the difference between a punctual prayer and a delayed prayer?


A Description of the Prophet

In this episode of Hadith Weekly, Sheikh Azhar shares a hadith where one of the wives of the Prophet describes the personality of the Prophet to a man who never met him.


Looking in the Mirror

In this episode of Hadith Weekly, Sheikh Azhar shares a hadith about a dua that the Holy Prophet used to recite whenever he looked into a mirror.


Standing and Sweating

In this episode of Hadith Weekly, Sheikh Azhar shares a narration from Imam Ali about the condition of people on the Day of Judgement. What will it be like to stand among all of humunity on that Final Day?


Eager to Forgive

In this episode of Hadith Weekly, Sheikh Azhar shares a hadith from Imam al-Sadiq that illustrates God’s eagerness to forgive those who repent to Him.  How eager is He to forgive us?


Not Even An Ant

In this episode of Hadith Weekly, Sheikh Azhar shares a hadith from Imam Ali about the abhorrent nature of sin and injustice. Would you snatch the skin of a grain from the mouth of an ant?


The Levels of Paradise

In this episode of Hadith Weekly, Sheikh Azhar shares a hadith from Imam al-Sajjad that discusses an interesting connection between the Holy Quran and paradise. How many levels are there in paradise?


You Don’t Know Him

In this episode of Hadith Weekly, Sheikh Azhar shares a hadith from Imam al-Sadiq that makes mention of one of the possible impediments to our supplications. Why are my supplications not answered?


Have You Seen Your Lord?

In this episode of Hadith Weekly, Sheikh Azhar shares a tradition from Imam Ali regarding the question of seeing God with our physical eyes. Is it possible to see God with our eyes?


Under the Shade

In this episode of Hadith Weekly, Sheikh Azhar shares a narration from Imam Musa al-Kadhim that discusses three types of people who will be under the shade of God’s throne on the Day of Judgement. What is meant by the expression “shade”?


 

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