Ramazan, I dio – Hutba (July-05-2013\ 26-Sha’ban-1434)

Ramazan (prvi dio)

Imam Sedin Agic Svi znamo da je 12 mjeseci u godini, o tome nam i Kur’an govori u suri Tevba 36: Broj mjeseci u Allaha je dvanaest, prema Allahovoj Knjizi, od dana kada je nebesa i Zemlju stvorio, a četiri su sveta. Jedini mjesec koji se spominje u Kur’anu je mjesec ramazan. Kaže uzvišeni u suri Bekare 185: U mjesecu ramazanu počelo je objavljivanje Kur’ana, koji je putokaz ljudima i jasan dokaz Pravoga puta i razlikovanja dobra od zla. Ovo je jedini kur’anski ajet koji nam upravo govori o postu mjeseca ramazana.

Dakle ramazan je jedini mjesec koji se spominje u Kur’anu sa imenom i nema ni jedan drugi mjesec kao npr; Muharrem, Safer, Rebiul Evel itd. Ramazan se spominje u Kur’anu upravo zbog velike važnosti i velikog događaja koji se desio upravo u tom mjesecu a to je ”objava Kur’ana” objava pečata svih prijašnjih objava.

Zašto se zove ramazan, ramazanom? Riječ ramadan je došla od glagola ”Ramad” što znači jaka žega i vrućina. U vrijeme Poslanika a,s, su koristili tu vrućina da peku meso koje su stavljali na vruć kamen i tako bi pekli meso. Zamisli kad postiš tokom meseca ramazana i tu vrućinu, tek tada osjetiš ili možeš osjetiti svrhu posta.

Zato ne postoji bolje vrijeme bolji termin od mjeseca ramazana kao što je Allah dž,š, učinio mjesec ramazan sezonom dobročinstva i činjenja dobrih dijela. Zato nam Allah dž,š, daje priliku da zaradimo dobrih djela i da se eventualno približimo Allahu dž,š. Poslanik a,s, kaže: Kada nastupi mjesec ramazan, kapije Dženneta se otvore a kapije Džehennema se zatvore i šejtani se stave u lance (povežu se). B,M.

Prve generacije su se pripremale za ovaj mjesec upućujući dovu Allah dž,š, da im pruži priliku da poste mjesec ramauzan, a kad bi završio onda bi molili Allaha u narednih šest mjeseci  da im ukabuli i primi post.

Draga braćo i sestre u islamu i imanu, mi smo na pragu mjeseca ramazana, mesec rahmeta (milosti) i magfireta (oprosta) mjesec u kome se vjernici bore i trude da budu od onih koji su uspjeli, provodeći dana ramazana u postu a noći u ibadetu, te djeljeći sadaku približavajući se svome Gospodaru sa dobrim djelima. Poslanik Muhammed a,s, se pripremao za mjesec ramazan, savjetovao je svoja ashabe da se pripremaju za ovaj mjesec i govorio im je o blagodatima, vrijednostima i kvalitetima ovog mjeseca.

Zato se i mi trebamo pripremati za ovaj mjesec, odnosno trebamo bit spremni, da se klonemo beskorisnog govora, od razvrata, nepokornosti, ogovaranja, potvaranja, klevetanja i svega onoga s čim Allah dž,š, nije zadovoljan. Poslanik a,s, kaže; Ko se ne odrekne lažnog svjedočenja i rada po njemu, te vrijeđanje drugih ljudi, Allahu nije potrebano njegovo odricanje od hrane i pića. B.

I mi se možemo pripremiti i izraziti dobrodošlicu mjesecu ramazanu kroz dobročinstvo, žudnja  ka dobru, ka teobi i pokajanju. Poslanik a,s, kaže: Ko posti mjesec ramazan vjerujući i nadajući se nagradi, bit će mu oprošteni prijašnji grijesi.  Poslanik a,s, kaže: Ko god od vas posti, neka se ne prepušta bestidnom govoru, niti dizanju svog glasa, a ako se neko počne svađati sa njim ili proturiječiti neka kaže ja postim.

Ramadan (Part I)

We all know that there are 12 months in the year and the Qur’an says: “The number of months since the creation of earth and skies is 12 months in a year. Allah said in surah Al-Tawbah 36: Indeed, the number of months with Allah is twelve [lunar] months in the register of Allah [from] the day He created the heavens and the earth.

” The only month, which is mentioned by name in the Qur’an, is the month of Ramadan: The month of Ramadan in which the Qur’an was revealed…[2:185]). There is no mention in the Qur’an of Moharram, or Safar, or Rabi’a Awwal, or Rabi’a Thani or any of the other months. Ramadan is the only month mentioned and that is because of the importance of the event that took place during that month – the revelation of the Qur’an. Also this is the only Qur’anic verse which talks about the obligation of fasting during the month of Ramadan.

Why is that month called Ramadan? Linguistically speaking, the word Ramadan, they say, originated from the word ar–ramad meaning “the strong heat.” You know, in the time of the Prophet, peace be upon him, when they used to barbecue the meat they would put it on stones and the heat of the sun was so great it would barbeque the meat. Imagine when you are fasting during the month of Ramadan and it is that hot; truly you are fulfilling the goal of fasting.

For this, there is no better time than the month of Ramadan as Allah has made it the season of goodness and good deeds. He thus made it an opportunity for His servants to obtain extra reward and get closer to their Creator. Its benefit was clearly shown by the Prophet Muhammad when he said: The Prophet said: “When the month of Ramadan enters, gates of Paradise are opened, gates of Hell are closed and devils are chained (and locked).” B&M.

In the light of his guidance, the righteous people used to prepare for the blessed Ramadan by supplication to Allah, to give them life till they witness Ramadan. When it ends, they then beseech Him for six months to accept their fasting and prayers.

We are on the threshold of Ramadan, the month of mercy and forgiveness, in which the believer strives to be among the successful through spending its days in fasting and its nights in prayers, giving more charities and drawing closer to Allah with righteous deeds. The Prophet (pbuh) used to prepare himself to welcome this blessed month, instruct the people about its virtues and merits, and remind them of its blessings, mercy and goodness. Therefore, their determinations and preparedness for the month are promoted and their hearts and souls yearn for the coming of this blessed month.

Let us perfectly observe the fast of the month of Ramadan and refrain from vain talks, obscenity, disobedience, backbiting, and slander as well as anything with which Allah gets displeased. The Prophet (pbuh) said: “Whoever does not abandon false speech and acting falsely, then Allah has no need of his abandoning of food and drink.”

We can prepare ourselves for welcoming the month of goodness through hastening towards true repentance, resolving to observe sincerity in prayer and fast so that may Allah, the Almighty forgive our past sins. The Prophet (pbuh) said: “Whoever fasts Ramadan with belief and anticipation of a reward, his past sins are forgiven.

The Prophet (pbuh) said: “When anyone of you is observing the fast, he should neither indulge in obscene language nor should he raise his voice, and if anyone reviles him or tries to quarrel with him, he should say: ‛I am fasting.”

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