When the Messengger Remembering Khadija, Makkah, Ibrahim and Umaimah, he cried, moved, and shed a tears

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Nur Arif Hidayatmo 08 September 2009 at 10:41

“The people who when they seized a disaster they say, ‘Innaa lillaah wa innaa ilaihi raaji’uun’, then they’ll enjoy the peace and blessings from their Lord, and they’re the people who might obtain a clue.” [Quran surah Al-Baqarah : 156-157]
“Who, when afflicted with calamity, say, ‘Innaa lillaahi wa innaa ilaihi raaji’uun (Truly to Allah we belong and truly, to Him we shall return)’.” They are those on whom are the peace (ie who are blessed and will be forgiven) from their Lord, and (they are those who) receive His Mercy and it is they who the guided ones. “[Quran surah Al-Baqarah (The Cow): 156-157]

“Who’ll enjoy the abundance of God’s goodness, be given the first trials.” [In the history of Bukhari, Muslim]

“None of what had happened to a Muslim, whether in the form of hardship and suffering, sorrow and grief, or illness, even as a piece of sharp thorns, but was abolished by God with that part of his mistakes.” [In the history of Bukhari, Muslim]

“The Parable of the believer is like a sickly plant, she swayed and tilted where the wind. So when he was afflicted with calamity, he will be skewed, but it will be up again ….” [from Abu Hurairah]

All events in this world have their destiny. But we do not know the fate, because he always kept in the records of God. We know our destiny after what was destined to be given to us.

Prophet had expelled from his homeland, leaving Mecca, much-loved country, and that could make him shed a tears. On his way to leave Mecca, he turned to look around Mecca and said, “Truly you are God’s best country I love. If your residents if not thrown out, I certainly will never get out of you.”

Although he and his friends discover the people and the new country, the better one, but their desire to Mecca, still can not disappear from the memory. One day Bilal bin Rabah got fever, apparently he still had the longing in the valleys of Mecca, Soil Black and green grass and flowers which he poured Yasmin longing in verses of poetry:
“Oh … did I sleep last night in the valley
Around the green grass and flowers yasmin
Is it still had me on one day
Drinking water and watching the lake of Black Land Majinnah? ”

Heard about it from ‘A’isha, the Prophet prayed:
“O Allah, make us love Medina as we love Mecca or even more …”

One day ‘Aisha asked the Prophet, “Did God have replaced for you better than Khadija?”
He replied, “No, by God she had believed me at the time my people were still pagan, he has helped me during all those humiliating me, he had given their wealth in the nation to boycott me once.”

It is true, the Messenger of Allah often mentioned Khadija bint Khuwaylid though he is dead. Sometimes he slaughters a goat and then gave them to friends of Khadija. As if in the world no other woman only Khadija.

Until one day, Halah bint Khwailid (Khadija’s sister who has an identical voice to her), ask permission to enter the house of Messenger of Allah. And when he heard his voice, he was touched, because it was like living back Khadija, for Messenger of Allah still remember his voice. Then the Prophet said, “Oh God … this is Halah bint Khwailid (not Khadija bint Khwailid).”

When Ibrahim, the son of the Prophet died, he wept. Word of his, “Tears flowed and the heart grieving, and nothing we say except what we are blessed by God. Indeed, O Ibrahim, with the departure of this we feel very melancholy. ”

So even when Umaimah his grandchild dies, RASULULLAH CRYING. Sa’id ibn Ubadah asked, “O Messenger of Allah, whether you CRYING? Are not you banned Zainab (Mother Umaimah) crying? ”

The Prophet replied, “That is a sign of affection of compassion in the hearts of God put His servants. And Allah loves His servant was only for those who put compassion affection between them. “

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