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Hadith

It was narrated from Zaid bin Thabit that:

The Messenger of Allah (pbuh) said:
“May Allah (swt) cause his face to shine, the man who hears what I say and conveys it (to others).
 
(May be) There are those who have knowledge but no understanding, and there may be those who convey knowledge to those who have more understanding of it than they do.’
 
” (One of the narrators) ‘Ali bin Muhammed added to it: “There are three things because of which hatred does not enter the heart of a Muslim:
 
  • Sincerity in doing an action for the sake of Allah;
  • being sincere towards the rulers of the Muslims; and
  • adhering to the Jama’ah (main body of the Muslims.”

    Hasan (Darussalam)

    Sunan ibn majah Vol. 1, Book 1, Hadith 230
 
 
* The Hadith speaks of the honor and esteem of those who engage themselves
in acquiring the knowledge of Hadith and conveying it to others. It says that the Messenger of Allah  himself has praised those that are engaged in this laudable task
 
* The Hadith mentiom one of the benefits of learning the hadith, which is contained in the fact that at times it happens that a man knows the Hadith,  but is incapable of exercising his independent judgment, or deducing the  rules of Shari’ah that could be derived from it. But the same Hadith lights up  with another man when it reaches him and he is either able to draw various rules of Shari’ah from it, or draw more rules from it than were done  by the first conveyor of the Hadith.
 
* ‘Adhering to the Jamah’ means not to create dissensions in the community, and avoid doing things that could do harm to the Muslims and good to  their opponents
 

 
 
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Abdur-Rahman bin ‘Abdullah narrated from his father that:

The Prophet (Muhammadﷺ) said:
 
“May Allah (swt) cause his face to shine, the man who hears a Hadith from us and conveys it, for perhaps the one to whom it is conveyed may remember (and act) it better than the one who (first) hears it.”

Sahih (Darussalam)
 
Sunan ibn majah Vol. 1, Book 1, Hadith 232
 

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It was narrated that Abu Bakrah said:

“The  Allah’s​ massanger (saws) delivered a religious speech on the Day of Sacrifice (Eid ul adha) and said: ‘Let those who are present (here) convey to those who are absent. For perhaps the one to whom it is conveyed will understand it better than the one who (first) hears it.'”

Sahih (Darussalam)

Sunan ibn majah Vol. 1, Book 1, Hadith 233
 

 
 
* The Hadith contains the glad tiding that each age, even after the age of the Companions, shall have its preservers (memorizers) of Ahidith, regardless of whether their number is more or less.
 
* Memorizing the Ahadith is generally taken to mean learning them by heart, although the term would also include preserving them in black and white.
 

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Sahl bin Mu’adh bin Anas narrated from his father that:

The Prophet (Muhammadﷺ) said: “Whoever teaches some knowledge will have the reward of the one who acts upon it, without that detracting from his reward in the slightest.”

Hasan (Darussalam)

Sunan ibn majah Vol. 1, Book 1, Hadith 240
 

Hadith

Abdullah bin Abu Qatadah narrated that his father said:

“The Messenger of Allah said: ‘The best things that a man can leave behind are three:
 
A righteous son who will pray for him,
 
ongoing charity whose reward will reach him,
 
and knowledge which is acted upon after his death.'”

Hasan (Darussalam)

Sunan ibn majah Vol. 1, Book 1, Hadith 241

 
* Children, both sons and daughters, are the priceless gifts of God. The best way to pay one’s thank; to Allah for these gifts is to give the children good education and breeding, so that they grow into good Muslims and usefulmembers of the society.
 
* Ongoing charity meam doing things whose benefit endures for a long period of time. For instance, it is an act of ongoing charity to make provision of water to the people in a place of scarcity. Another example urould be the teaching of the skills of a trade or profession to an unemployed person, so that he is able to earn his livelihood through lawful means.
 
 
* Teaching a branch of knowledge to someone or doing some useful scholarly
work, is also an act of virtue whose reward shall endure. Works compiled by the scholars of hadith and other scholars also fall in that category; their reward shall also continue to flow to the compilers as long as the people keep benefiting by them
 

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