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(965) What Has Been Related About Reward For The Sick

Aishah narrated that: The Messenger of Allah said: The believer is not afflicted by the prick of a thorn or what is worse (or greater) than that, except that by it Allah raises him in rank and removes sin from him.

REFERENCE:

jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 10, Hadith 965

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(966) What Has Been Related About Reward For The Sick

Abu Sa'eed Al-Khudri (may Allah be pleased with him) narrated that: The Messenger of Allah said: Nothing afflicts the believer, whether fatigue, grief, disease - even a worry that concerns him - except that by it, Allah removes something from his bad deeds.

REFERENCE:

jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 10, Hadith 966

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(967) What Has Been Related About Visiting The Sick

Thawban narrated that : the Prophet said: Indeed the Muslim remains in the Khurfah (harvest) of Paradise while he visits his brother Muslim.

REFERENCE:

jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 10, Hadith 967

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(968) What Has Been Related About Visiting The Sick

(Another chain) from Thawban who narrated that: The Prophet said similarly, but he added in it: They said: 'What is the Khurfah of Paradise?' And he said: Its harvest.

REFERENCE:

jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 10, Hadith 968

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(969) What Has Been Related About Visiting The Sick

Thuwair [and he is Ibn Abi Fakhitah] narrated that : His father said: Ali took me by the hand and said: 'Come with us to pay a visit to Al-Hasan.' So we found that Abu Musa was with him.' Ali - peace be upon him - said: 'O Abu Musa! Did you come to visit (the sick) or merely (stop by to) visit?' He said: 'No, to visit (the sick).' So Ali said: 'I heard the Messenger of Allah saying: No Muslim visits (the sick) Muslims in the morning, except that sevety-thousand angels, sent Salat upon him until the evening, and he does not visit at night except that seventy thousand angels sent Salat upon him until the morning, and there will be a garden for him in Paradise.

REFERENCE:

jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 10, Hadith 969

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(970) What Has Been Related About the Prohibition Against Wishing For Death

Harithah bin Mudarrib said: I entered upon Khabab and he had been cauterized on his stomach. He said: 'I do not know any of the Companions of the Prophet who met with the trial I have met with. Indeed I could not find a Dirham during the time of the Prophet, and (now) outside my house there are forty thousand. If it were not that the Messenger of Allah forbade us' - or: 'forbade' - 'from wishing for death, then I would wish for it.'

REFERENCE:

jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 10, Hadith 970

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(972) What Has Been Related About Seeking Refuge For The Sick

Abu Sa'eed narrated that: Jibril came to the Prophet and said: O Muhammad! Are you suffering? He said: Yes. He said: In the Name of Allah, I recite a prayer (Ruqyah) over you, from the evil of every person and evil eye. In the Name of Allah I recite a prayer (Ruqyah) over you, may Allah cure you.

REFERENCE:

jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 10, Hadith 972

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(973) What Has Been Related About Seeking Refuge For The Sick

Abdul-Aziz bin Suhaib said: Thabit Al-Bunani and I entered upon Anas bin Malik, and Thabit said: 'O Abu Hamzah! I am suffering from an illness. So Anas said: 'Shall I not recite the Ruqyah of the Messenger of Allah over you?' He said: 'Why, yes.' He said: 'O Allah! Lord of mankind, removed the harm, and cure (him). Indeed You are the One Who cures, there is none who cures except you, a cure that leaves no disease.'

REFERENCE:

jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 10, Hadith 973

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(974) What Has Been Related That Encourages The Will

Ibn Umar narrated that: The Messenger of Allah said: A Muslim man has no right to spend two nights while he has something to will, except while his will is recorded with him.

REFERENCE:

jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 10, Hadith 974

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