This four month course, taught by Umm Mujaahid, is based on a new publication (installment payment plan option):
Students will be sent the above Self-study book and the companion workbook for the course:
Divided into 30 daily selections of one or more related authentic narrations along with a brief explanations and practical discussions on implementing their guidance in our lives from the well known scholar:
Sheikh Zayd Ibn Muhammad Ibn Haadee, may Allaah have mercy upon him.
Translated & Compiled by: Abu Sukhailah Khalil Ibn-Abelahyi al-Amreekee
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COURSES SESSIONS: (past and present):
SESSION 1: [ACTIVE] FEB – JUN 2017
This course will last four months, and consists of a bi-weekly class (Saturday & Sunday) lasting at least an hour.
The scheduled course start date is February 18, 2017. Class time will be 11:00 am CST.
Cost for the class is $250.00, $150 which should to be paid in full before the commencement of classes, and then two $50 payments at the beginning of the next two months.
(This same link will be used for the initial and secondary payments inshAllaah)
This item has been amended to be used for the secondary $50 payments for this sessions of the course. (4-4-17)
Umm Mujaahid will also be adding supplementary material in order to fully cover the topics discussed in the course book.
The 30 Day topics include (taken from book table of contents):
Day 1: Do you understand the nature of Islaam?
Day 2: What do you have that is equal to this world?
Day 3: Are you wealthy?
Day 4: Are you prepared for your reckoning?
Day 5: Are you always working for good while you can?
Day 6: Do you remember the benefit in your difficulties?
Day 7: Which of these two pairs has a greater influence in your life?
Day 8: Whom do you really love and why?
Day 9: Who are your close friends?
Day 10: Do you protect yourself from the harm of others?
Day 11: Are you a miser or someone who is incapable?
Day 12: Do you know the best of supplications?
Day 13: Do you ask Allaah’s protection from your own evil?
Day 14: Do you seek refuge from bad conditions and worship at night?
Day 15: Do you know which trials contain some betterment for you?
Day 16: Do you supplicate for your family as both a parent and as a child?
Day 17: How well do you treat your mother and father?
Day 18: How do you fulfill your responsibilities towards your household?
Day 19: Do you know who the best and worst of Muslim women are?
Day 20: Is your life balanced as was the lives of the Companions?
Day 21: Do you understand how to give the best of charity?
Day 22: How do you spend your money?
Day 23: How many ways of charity and doing good do you practice?
Day 24: How are you towards your neighbors?
Day 25: How do you deal with your own faults and those of others?
Day 26: How do you treat younger Muslims?
Day 27: How do you interact with other Muslims?
Day 28: Do you work to change your bad habits?
Day 29: Do you know the benefits of maintaining family ties?
Day 30: Do you know what things bring you closer to Jannah?
The well-known noble scholar of hadeeth Muhammad Naasiruddeen Al-Albanee, may Allaah have mercy upon him, said,
“And the reality is, in respect to myself, when I was in my first days of seeking knowledge Allaah, the Most Glorified and the Most Exalted, guided me to understanding the importance of purely worshiping Allaah alone without any partners or associates, and I came to be aware of the state which the Muslim world was living in of being far away from properly realizing this essential worship of Allaah alone. I used to suppose that the problem facing the Muslim world was only their being far from properly understanding the meaning of the statement “La ilaha illa Allaah” ( there is none worthy of worship except Allaah).
However, after some time it became clear to me that there was also another problem which was directly connected to this first fundamental issue, meaning the problem of the Muslims being far from properly understanding the meaning of the statement of tawheed. This additional problem, being that the majority of the Muslims were not truly reflecting the authentic character and behavior of Islaam except to a very small and minimal degree.”
(Fataawa Jeddah – Cassette 34)