How to get the blessings of Allaah
This was held by the great scholar Ibn al - Qayyim in his books 'Uddat Al - Saabirin and Al - Waabil al - Sayyib,' and other books such as al - Madaariy and Al-Zaad al - Ma aad. Here we will mention what he said in al-'Uddah and al - Waabil:
In al-'Uddah (p. 310) he said: "because Allah is appreciative (as Shukur) undoubtedly, the most beloved of its creation are those that have the characteristic of gratitude (as-shukr), as the most hated of its creation are those who don't have this feature and have the opposite." This applies to your beautiful names: the most beloved of its creation are those that have the characteristics implied by their names, and the most hated of its creation are those who have the opposite characteristics. Here that he hates those who are ungrateful to those who do evil, those who are ignorant, self-made, avarientos, cowardly and ignoble.
THE is beautiful and loves beauty, he knows everything and loves those who have knowledge, he is merciful and loves those who show mercy, he makes good and loves those who do good, he is the hidden and loves those who hide (the errors of the people), the it is powerful and condemns those who act as underdogs", and the strong believer is more beloved than the weak believer, he is forgiving and loves forgiveness, he is single and he loves what is single, everything that the ama is related to their names and attributes and what he hates is the opposite of that."
And he said in al - Waabil (p. 543 Majmoo ' al - Hadith at):
"generosity is one of the attributes of the Lord, because he gives and does not take, he feeds and does not feed, it is the most generous of those who are generous." The most beloved of its creation are those who seek to acquire the characteristics implied in its attributes, because he is generous and loves those among his servants who are generous. Everything it knows and loves those who have knowledge; He is Almighty and love those who are courageous; "The is beautiful and loves beauty."
Maymoo' Fataawa wa Maqaalaat Mutanawwi'ah, 6/251.
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