The Revival & Preservation Of Faith By M. Ilyas (May Allah Be Pleased With Him)

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The reason why we chose this topic is because first and foremost all those who have surrendered and submitted themselves to Islam it is each and every person's responsibility to carry out this work. What work?? The work of the prophets, what was the work of the prophets?? To enjoin good and forbid from evil acts.People have spent all their lives behind this effort to understand and to bring in the complete religion, so in few minutes it's going to be difficult to present this effort.The best way of understanding the effort is by engaging your self full heartedly because theirs only so much you can read and talk about it. For e.g. a person who wants to learn how to drive he cannot learn until he indulges himself in the motion of driving.Almighty Allah in each era, has sent down prophets along with holy books for the guidance of mankind. The prophets explained the commandments of god to the people.Through the efforts of these messengers many people were guided and started leading a life, which is liked by the creator, leaving out a life which is disliked by the creator. The messengers were sent down for a limited period of time and for a special mission. Once their mission was fulfilled then god would call them back.The followers of these prophets would then follow on the teachings of the messengers but as time would elapse people would gradually start going astray again. The call would be for another prophet who would be sent down for the guidance of mankind, similar mission as above similar results. This chain of prophets coming into this world and guiding people carried on until the last prophet Mohammed (pbuh) who was the seal of the prophet hood.It had been decide that no prophets would come after him but this mission was to lasts until the day of judgement. But his life span was only 63 years. So who is going to carry out the work after him??? Until the lasts day.Work of the prophets was left on the followers of Prophet Mohammed. This work is the responsibility of each individual. As we learn from the history that the companions of the prophet stayed exactly neck-to-neck on the teachings of the prophet.Then came the great Tabei- people who saw the sahabas-were those who saw prophet muhammed who also did a tremendous effort to safeguard the followers but obviously time was moving on people started to change for the bad.Now tabei tabiens these people again tried their utmost best to guide the followers on the right path.But now as you can imagine the further away from the time of the prophet Mohammed (pbuh) the effects on the followers were clearly visible. The thirst for religion was die in out but still many great pious saints remained whose sole concern was welfare of the followers.They gave all they had for this purpose, fought against the waves of UN Islamic ways but never gave up. No matter what the consequences were.These pious saints formed great dual ulooms Islamic institutes e.g. deoband. Students graduating from here were great...

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