The 3 Fundamental Principles of Islam; ( Kids Lessons) - Lesson 1............... by Abu Muadh (2023)


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Foreign so in these sessions, inshallah we're going to be going through the three fundamental principles.

And that is a book written by one of the scholars, Muhammad IBN, Abdullah I, encourage all of the parents to help their children along with their sessions in order to understand all of the different parts and all of the sections and chapters, uh that we go through Allah every week.

There will be the small q, a that will be posted on the Twitter account facility that q.

A is basically what the session will cover.

So the children can try and work out the answers to those questions.

As we go through the lecture also it's important that the parents help their children in the understanding, especially if they are younger children, eight or nine or younger than that, even it is important that the parents do try to help their children with the understanding by revising afterwards with them, discussing afterwards with them.

What we cover today is going to be an introductory session only with a few background details, but then insha Allah from future sessions.

We will be going through the exact book, The, Three, fundamental principles, a section at a time every day, a small part every day easily explained.

So that younger children can understand the target is around about the age of nine and above.

But if there are children younger than that, they may still be able to understand and take some benefit insha Allah.

So to begin then to begin this opening section.

The first thing you will notice on the sheet or on the Q.

A is the question, why did Allah create us? Why did Allah create us and place us on this Earth? Many people they talk about this.

And they ask this question, a lot.

Why are we here on this Earth for what reason did Allah create us and put us in this world? The answer to that is actually very easy because Allah the mighty and Majestic told us the answer in the Quran, the Quran, as you know, is the book of Allah.

It is the speech of Allah, the Revelation that Allah gave to his messenger Muhammad, sallallahu, alaihi wasallam in that Revelation in the Quran Allah told us why he created us and told us why he put us on this Earth and Allah mentioned.

It is because we are supposed to worship Allah.

There is an Ayah in the Quran where Allah said that I did not create the gin or the humans, except for them to worship me.

That is a section of the Quran.

There is an Ayah in the Quran where Allah said, I did not create the Jinn or the humans, except for them to worship me.

So Allah has told us here.

The reason why we are on this Earth.

Why Allah created us why he put us in this world.

And that is to worship Him Allah created us to worship Him.

And in fact, all of the people listening all of the children listening.

You can have a small homework and that small homework, maybe your parents can help you with it is to try and find where in the Quran did Allah, tell us that he created us to worship Him.

See if you can find the chapter of the Quran and the number of the verse, the Ayah where Allah told us he created us to worship Him.

So that can be a small homework.

You can try try to find that section of the Quran where Allah answers the question for us Regarding, why he created us and tells us it is in order to worship him alone.

And there are other parts in the Quran, where Allah told us that this whole life of ours in this world.

It is a test Allah is testing us to see which people will worship Him, and which ones will not and Allah mentioned in another part of the Quran foreign who created death and life in order to test you, which of you will be the best in your actions, meaning, which people will do the best worship the best actions.

They do all of their prayers.

They do the fasting in Ramadan.

They do the Hajj.

They give this a cut and above all of that.

They worship Allah alone.

And they do not worship anyone else besides him.

That is the reason Allah created us and put us on this Earth in order to test us will we worship him or will we not? And you can see there are many people who don't worship Allah instead, they follow the shaytan.

They follow the shaytan who tells them not to worship Allah who makes them lazy and they miss their prayers, and they are bad to their parents, and they do all types of other things that are not allowed in Islam, not allowed for a Muslim to do.

So this is the test that Allah has given us to see which people which Muslims are going to worship Allah properly, and which ones do not.

So that is the reason why Allah created us.

And you have the homework to try and find that verse in the Quran, where Allah said that I did not create the Jinn of the humans, except for them to worship me.

Then we also want to mention something here.

Now, we know that Allah created us and put us here on this planet on this Earth to worship Him and Allah sent prophets and Messengers to teach the people how to worship Allah because Allah didn't just tell us in the Quran that he created us to worship him without telling us how to worship Him Allah told us how to worship Him by sending the prophets and The Messengers, and they would come and teach the people how to worship Allah.

And there were many of them, prophets and Messengers.

Some of the famous ones you will have heard of their names like new alaihissalam.

And in English, sometimes you hear them say, Noah the story of Noah and the Ark he was like you hear them say, Moses and Pharaoh Musa.

And for example, Ibrahim alaihissalam, you hear sometimes they say, Abraham, you hear them say sometimes Jesus.

And of course, Muhammad sallallahu, alaihi, wasallam, all of these and many others are prophets and Messengers that Allah sent to the people in this world to teach us how to worship Allah.

And the final messenger who came was Muhammad, sallallahu, alaihi wasallam and the final guidance and book that Allah gave was the Quran that teaches us how to worship Allah as well.

Then after the prophet sallallahu, alaihi wasallam died, which was over 1 400 years ago.

Now, over 1400 years ago, when the prophet sallallahu alaihi wasallam died after he died, there were companions meaning.

The people the Muslims who used to be with the prophet sallallahu alaihi wasallam when he was alive, They carried on teaching people what they had learned from the prophet sallallahu alaihi wasallam when they died their students, the tabirin as they are known as They carried on teaching the next people after them, They carried on teaching the next people after them.

They then carried on teaching the next people after them every time they died the next people carried on teaching the next ones after them.

So this knowledge all about the religion and how to worship Allah.

It has always been with us.

The Quran has always been with us.

The Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alaihi wasallam have always been with us.

And there have been Scholars in history from the time of the companions, the ones who are with the prophet sallallahu, every generation after them, there, their children and then their children, and then their children in every generation in history.

There have been Scholars and the scholars they are people who have learned a great amount of knowledge about the religion.

The scholars when we talk about the Islamic scholars, they are the people who have spent their lives learning all the details about Islam.

So they learn all about the Quran and everything the Quran says in it, and they learn all about the Sunnah, the Hadith, meaning all of the things that we learned from the prophet sallallahu alaihi wasallam.

They study and they learn and they read, and they memorize all of those things.

So they know about the rulings of the religion and how we are supposed to worship Allah.

So they wrote books, the scholars would write books explaining to people how to worship Allah, because like we said, the reason why we are here is to worship Allah.

So the scholars would write books to explain to people how to worship Allah to explain to people what Allah has told us in the Quran to explain to people what the prophet salallahu alaihi wasallam taught us.

They are the scholars of Islam, the people with that great amount of knowledge about Islam.

And there are many of those in history.

There have been many many scholars.

Some of the famous ones from the early times.

You might have heard of an Imam Ahmed.

If you hear the name Al, Imam Ahmad, he was a great scholar who lived over a thousand years ago.

And there was another one Al, Imam, Malik, another great scholar and Al Imam.

These were all some of the scholars of the past.

And then after them, there were many other Scholars as well.

Famous ones like if you hear the name is, he was one of the big Scholars, a few hundred years ago, one of the big Scholars who had a lot of knowledge about Islam and all the rulings of Islam and how we are supposed to worship Allah properly.

And he had a student who was known as if you hear that name, he was another famous scholar who lived a few hundred years ago.

And now recently as well, a hundred years ago, 200 years ago, there was a scholar by the name of a Sheikh Muhammad IBN, Abdul wahab H Muhammad is is the scholar who wrote the book called The Three, fundamental principles, that's, the book we're going to be studying and reading in these sessions.

It was written by this scholarship Muhammad.

And he was a couple of hundred years ago.

But even after him, there were more Scholars.

Some of the famous ones these days or recently, Scholars like Asher bimbaz.

If you hear that name, he was another very famous scholar of Islam and ashay mean, that was another famous scholar of Islam just 20 years ago.

Another famous scholar.

And even today right now there are big Scholars who are alive.

You might hear, for example, the name Ashan.

He is one of the great Scholars who lives today in Saudi Arabia in the city of rayab.

And you have others like Asher, Abdul, masin, another great scholar who lives in Medina.

And for example, binhadi another great scholar in Medina currently and a Sheikh Ali.

Now, another great scholar in Medina, another famous scholar in Medina.

So there are always Scholars who are there in history? There have been Scholars.

And even now there are Scholars who are alive.

And these Scholars, they are the people who study Islam in detail.

And they know all about the different parts and rulings and about the Quran and about the Hadith.

They have that knowledge and Allah told us that we need to ask the scholars when we don't know something about Islam when we need to find out how to do something how to worship Allah Allah told us in the Quran.

We should go and ask the scholars Allah said, ask the people of remembrance meaning the people of knowledge if you do not know.

So these are some of the great Scholars who have lived in the past, and they are alive today.

Some of those we mentioned.

So the particular scholar that we want to talk about is because he is the one who wrote this book, The, Three, fundamental principles, that's, the book you need to remember it is called the three fundamental principles.

And it is a book which basically has three chapters in it that's.

Why it's called the three fundamental principles it basically has three main points in the book.

The three main points in the book are who is Allah, what is your religion of Islam? And who is your Prophet, Muhammad, sallallahu, alaihi wasallam.

Those are the three main things that we are going to try to understand carefully.

Firstly, who is Allah who do we worship who is the creator of all of the heavens? And the Earth we need to understand who Allah is that's the first part, then we also need to understand what is our religion Islam? Because like we said at the beginning, we are here to worship Allah, and we have to worship Allah according to the religion of Islam.

So we need to know what is this religion of Islam.

What are the pillars of Islam? How do we practice Islam? What are the different parts of Islam? What are the rulings in the religion? What is halal? And what is Haram all of those things they come under the topic? What is your religion of Islam? Because a Muslim cannot just be a Muslim by name? You cannot just say that your name is a Muslim name or that your family is Muslim.

So you are Muslim.

You can't just say that without knowing what a Muslim is supposed to be and what our religion of Islam is supposed to be.

So the second main point is going to be understanding what our religion of Islam is.

And the third main point is going to be understanding who our Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alaihi wasallam is.

He was the final Prophet, the final messenger, but who was he? What do we know about him? Where did he live? Who was his family? What did he teach us? We need to know who our Prophet is those three parts are the parts that this book is made up of when the title of the book says, the three fundamental principles, those are the three who is your lord, who is Allah, what is your religion? What is Islam? And who is your prophet? Why are those three questions so important? Why do all of us as Muslims need to know the answers to those three questions carefully? Because the prophet sallallahu alaihi wasallam told us when we die, when we die.

Those three questions are the questions that we are going to be asked.

There is a Hadith.

The prophet told us when you die, two angels, they come to you, and they ask you and they question you, and they test you on those questions.

So a Muslim cannot die without knowing the answers to these questions.

You need to be a Muslim who knows who Allah is your lord, what your religion is and who your Prophet is so that when the questioning happens when the Angels they ask you, then you know what the answers are.

So that is what we're going to be studying in this book, The Three, fundamental principles that there is a general introduction, and you should have the answers to the questions that were posted on the Twitter account the seven questions, I, believe regarding the scholarism regarding this book and regarding naming some of the scholars, hopefully you've been able to fill in the answers to those questions.

And tomorrow at 7, pm, insha Allah we're going to start the first page of the book.

You probably have a copy of the book at home.

And you can ask your parents to try and find a copy.

And if you haven't, maybe even try and buy a copy so that you can read it when we're doing the classes, and you can see what we are reading.

And what we are talking about to make it easier for you to remember that book and make it easier for you to remember all of the knowledge in that book.

So insha Allah we're going to carry on tomorrow at 7.

Pm, UK time, GMT, the British time, 7, P.M tomorrow, Tuesday, insha, Allah and we'll finish on that.

Today as the introduction.


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