MYF Ramadan Project 4
I’m sure your all well aware our Ramadan fund raising is in full swing and last but by no means least we’d like to take this opportunity to inform you of Project 4 ‘The last 10 nights’.
Our Qiyam project has been very successful over the years and as it’s become even more popular. Due to the high volume of brothers & sisters who attend our Qyam project we need to ensure we have the capacity to deal with the huge numbers that attend.
Here’s a quick breakdown of our fund raising targets for this particular project.
The blessed ‘Last 10 Nights’ of Ramadan Qiyam program.
Amount required for each night £250 Approx.
Amount required for the 27th night £1000 Approx.
You can pay for the whole event or part of it.
This is an opportunity to increase your reward and help others! Please donate generously and remember the benefit will help you more than you can imagine!
|Cause and effect, are from the wisdom of Allah (SWT). He has connected the cause and effect of things. For example, the person who uses good methods in planting his crops will get a good harvest. Just the same way a person who eats and drinks healthily will have good health.Allah (SWT) too has linked spiritual and metaphysical causes to spiritual results. Allah (SWT) states that the one who is beneficial to his relatives will have an increase in his life span. Also Allah (SWT) states that giving charity removes evil. We human beings wonder how the cause and effect is connected, and what is the wisdom behind the incidences in life? Some cause and effects are easy to explain and the wisdom behind them is clear. On the other hand some of these phenomena’s are hard to explain. However Islam stresses that giving charity increases sustenance. Following are a few traditions that stress on this fact.
Prophet Muhammad (S) says that: “Attract sustenance by giving charity.”
Abu Abdillah (AS) says that: “Allah (SWT) gives help to person equal in quantity to the charity a person gives.”
Imam Jafar Sadiq (AS) says that: “Everything has a key, and the key to sustenance is charity.”
Prophet Muhammad (S) says that: “An act of charity shields seventy dead people from ill fate.”
Prophet Muhammad (S) says that: “Give charity without delay, for it stands in the way of calamity.”
Imam Jafar Sadiq (AS) says that: “An act of charity given openly prevents seventy types of mishaps, and a secretly given charity cools the anger of our Lord Allah (SWT).”
Prophet Muhammad (S) has also said that: “The angel of death is told to remove the soul of a person, but if during that time charity is given then the order to remove the soul is cancelled.”
It has been related in Al-Bihar that Prophet Muhammad (S) said that: “Allah (SWT) says that when the angel of death is asked to remove the soul of a person, and if he or she gives Sadaqa, Allah (SWT) orders the angel of death to stop.”
Imam Jafar Sadiq (AS) says that: “An act of charity shields us of seventy evils of this world including an ill fated death. The one who gives charity never dies ill fatedly.”
According to Islamic beliefs, when we give charity, Allah (SWT) due to his mercy changes our fate. Allah (SWT) says in the Noble Qur’an that: “Allah removes what He wishes and establishes what He wishes, for He has the Mother of Books.” (13:39)