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Will the believers see their Lord in Paradise?

Les croyants verront-ils leur Matre au paradis ?

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09-30-2019, 11:51 PM
 
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Will the believers see their Lord in Paradise

Question

Is it proven that the believers will see their Lord in the Hereafter?
Answer




Praise be to Allaah. The blessings which Allaah bestows upon His slaves cannot be counted. Allaah has singled out the believers for additional blessings in this world, as He has blessed them with Islam, and chosen them to be guided by the Quraan, and He will bless them exclusively in Paradise with the greatest blessing that He can bestow, which is the honour of looking upon His holy Face in the Paradise of Adan, as He says (interpretation of the meaning):
Some faces that Day shall be Naadirah (shining and radiant).
Looking at their Lord (Allaah)
[al-Qiyaamah :22-23]
i.e., the faces of the believers will be beautiful and radiant, joyful because they are looking at the Face of their Lord. Al-Hasan (may Allaah have mercy on him) said: They will look at their Lord and their faces will become radiant with His Light.
It was narrated that Ibn Abbaas (may Allaah be pleased with him) said: [The phrase] Some faces that Day shall be Naadirah (shining and radiant) means, because of the blessing. Looking at their Lord means, looking upon the Face of their Lord. This is the opinion of the mufassireen among the scholars of the Sunnah and hadeeth.
Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):
There they will have all that they desire and We have more (for them, i.e. a glance at the All-Mighty, All-Majestic[Qaaf 50:35]
What is meant by more here is looking upon the Face of Allaah, may He be glorified and exalted, as that was interpreted by Ali and Anas ibn Maalik (may Allaah be pleased with them).
Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):
For those who have done good is the best reward and even more (i.e. having the honour of glancing at the Countenance of Allaah)
[Yoonus 10:26]
The best reward is Paradise, and even more is looking upon the Face of Allaah, as that was explained by the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), as was narrated by Muslim in his Saheeh (266) from Suhayb, according to whom the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said:
When the people of Paradise enter Paradise, Allaah will say, Do you want anything more? They will say, Have You not brightened our faces, admitted us to Paradise and saved us from Hell? Then the veil will be lifted and they will not have seen anything more dear to them than looking upon their Lord, may He be glorified and exalted. This is what is meant by even more. Then he recited the verse (interpretation of the meaning):
For those who have done good is the best reward and even more (i.e. having the honour of glancing at the Countenance of Allaah)
[Yoonus 10:26]
So once you know that the people of Paradise will not be given anything there that is more dear to them than looking upon the Face of their Lord, it will become clear to you just how great is the deprivation and loss that awaits the sinners whom Allaah warns with the words (interpretation of the meaning):
Nay! Surely, they (evil doers) will be veiled from seeing their Lord that Day [al-Mutafiffoon 83:15]
We ask Allaah to keep us safe and sound
How beautiful are the words of al-Shaafai, which were narrated from him by al-Rabee ibn Sulaymaan who was one of his students who said: I was with Muhammad ibn Idrees [i.e., al-Shaafai], who had received a letter from Upper Egypt in which it said, What do you say about the aayah,
Nay! Surely, they (evil doers) will be veiled from seeing their Lord that Day
[al-Mutafiffoon 83:15]?Al-Shaafai said: Because they will be veiled by the wrath (of Allaah), this indicates that the friends of Allaah will see Him beceause He is pleased with them.

This is some of the evidence from the Quraan which proves that the believers will see their Lord in Paradise.
With regard to the evidence in the Sunnah, there is a great deal of it. For example:
1 Al-Bukhaari (6088) and Muslim (267) narrated from Abu Hurayrah that some people said: O Messenger of Allaah, will we see our Lord on the Day of Resurrection? The Messenger of Allaah said, Do you doubt that you see the moon on the night when it is full? They said, No, O Messenger of Allaah. He said, Do you doubt that you see the sun when there is no cloud? They said, No, O Messenger of Allaah. He said, You will see Him likewise
According to a report narrated by al-Bukhaari: you will not have any doubts or disputes concerning seeing Him, and seeing Him will not cause you any hardship or make you tired. And Allaah knows best. Summarized from Sharh Muslim.
2 Also in al-Saheehayn (al-Bukhaari, 6883; Muslim, 1002), it is narrated that Jareer ibn Abd-Allaah said: We were sitting with the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), looking at the moon on the night of the fourteenth (of the month). He said, You will see your Lord with your own eyes just as you are looking at this (moon), without any doubt that you are seeing Him.
The comparison in this hadeeth is between seeing and seeing, i.e., just as we see the sun in all clarity on a cloudless day, and no one prevents anyone else from seeing it despite the large numbers of people looking at it, and just as we see the moon completely on the night when it is full, and we see it so clearly, despite the large numbers of people who are looking at it, so too the believers will see their Lord on the Day of Resurrection, so fully and clearly. But there is no comparison in the ahaadeeth between what is seen in one case and the other, may Allaah be exalted far above such a thing, for there is nothing like unto Allaah, and He is the All-Hearing, All-Seeing.
3 al-Bukhaari (4500) and Muslim (6890) narrated from Abu Moosa that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: Two gardens of silver, their vessels and everything in them, and two gardens of gold, their vessels and everything in them. And there will be nothing between the people and their seeing their Lord, may He be blessed and exalted, except the veil of pride concealing His Face in the Paradise of Adan.
The ahaadeeth about seeing Allaah were narrated by nearly thirty Sahaabah. Whoever learns them will have certain knowledge that the Messenger (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said them. So whoever claims after this that no one will see Allaah in the Hereafter is rejecting the Quraan and the message with which Allaah sent His Messengers, and he is exposing himself to the stern warning mentioned in the aayah (interpretation of the meaning):
Nay! Surely, they (evil doers) will be veiled from seeing their Lord that Day [al-Mutafiffoon 83:15]
We ask Allaah to keep us safe and sound, and we ask Him to bestow upon us the joy of looking upon His holy Face. Ameen.
See Sharh al-Aqeedah al-Tahhaawiyyah, 1/209 ff; Alaam al-Sunnah al-Manshoorah by Shaykh Haafiz al-Hukami, p. 141.

Source: Sheikh Muhammed Salih Al-Munajjid
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09-30-2019, 11:53 PM
 
: May 2017
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Les croyants verront-ils leur Matre au paradis ?

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A-t-il t rapport de faon sre que les croyants verront leur Matre dans lAu-del ?
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Louange Allah
Les bienfaits quAllah a accords Ses serviteurs sont innombrables. Allah a privilgi les croyants ici-bas puisquil les a gratifi de ladhsion lIslam, leur a choisi le Coran et leur rservera au paradis le plus grand bienfait quils auront reu. Il sagira de leur accorder lhonneur de contempler Son noble visage dans le paradis dEden conformment la parole du Trs Haut : Ce jour- l, il y aura des visages resplendissantsqui regarderont leur Seigneur (Coran, 75 : 22-23). Ces versets signifient que les visages des croyants seront beaux et joyeux parce irradis par les effets du regard quils jteront sur le visage de leur Matre. Cest dans ce sens qual-Hassan (puisse Allah lui accorder Sa misricorde) a dit : Ils regarderont leur Matre et seront illumins grce Sa lumire .
En guise de commentaire du verset : des visages resplendissantsqui regarderont leur Seigneur , Ibn Abbas (P.A.a) dit : cest une grce pour les visages que de regarder rellement le visage de leur Matre . Cest cette explication qui est retenue par les exgtes membres de la communaut fidle la Sunna et aux hadith.
Le Majestueux a dit : Il y aura l pour eux tout ce qu' ils voudront. Et auprs de Nous il y a davantage encore. (Coran, 50 : 35). Le surplus en question ici est le regard jet sur le visage dAllah le Puissant et Majestueux. Cest lexplication donne par Ali et Anas ibn Malick (P.A.a). Le Transcendant dit encore : À ceux qui agissent en bien est rserve la meilleure (rcompense). (Coran, 10 : 26).
Si vous savez que les pensionnaires du paradis ny recevront pas un bienfait qui leur soit plus prcieux que le regard quils jetteront sur le visage de leur Matre, lAuguste, le Majestueux, vous ralisez du coup ltendue de la frustration, et lnormit de la perte prvue pour les criminels exposs une menace divine exprime en ces termes : Qu' ils prennent garde! En vrit ce jour- l un voile les empchera de voir leur Seigneur, (Coran, 85 : 15).Puisse Allah nous procurer la paix et la scurit.
Une des belles paroles de Chafii est celle rapporte par Rabi Ibn Soulayman, lun de ses disciples, qui a dit : Jtais prsent aux cts de Muhammad ibn Idriss ach. Chafii quand il reut une feuille de la province de Saaid contenant ceci : que dis-tu de la parole du Puissant et Majestueux : Qu' ils prennent garde! En vrit ce jour- l un voile les empchera de voir leur Seigneur, (Coran, 85 :15 ) Ach. Chafii dit : lisolement de ceux-ci tant d la colre (divine) on en dduit que Ses allis agrs par Lui Le verront .
Voil des versets du Coran qui confirment que les croyants admis au paradis verront leur Matre.
Quant la Sunna, elle recle beaucoup de textes abondant dans le mme sens. En voici quelques uns :
1/ Al-Boukhari (6088) et Mouslim (267) ont rapport daprs un hadith dAbou Hourayra (P.A.a) que des gens avaient dit :
- Messager dAllah ! verrons-nous notre Matre au jour de la Rsurrection ?
- Avez-vous du mal contempler la lune au 14e nuit de son apparition ?
- Non, Messager dAllah !
- Avez-vous du mal voir le soleil dans un ciel dgag ?
- Non
- Vous Le verrez de la mme manire
Une des versions dal-Boukhari se prsente ainsi : la tu dammouna aw la tudassouna ce qui traduit le doute de la part du rapporteur. Ces deux expressions signifient : il ny aura aucun flou qui susciterait le doute parmi vous propos de votre vision de votre Matre. Vision qui ne provoquera ni fatigue ni bousculade de votre part. Allah le sait mieux. Voil un rsum du Commentaire de Mouslim.
2/ Les Deux Sahih (al-Boukhari, 6883 et Mouslim, 1002) ont cit un hadith de Djarir ibn Abd Allah al-Badjali dans lequel ce dernier dit : Nous tions assis autour du Prophte (bndiction et salut soient sur lui) quand il regarda la lune au cours de la 14e nuit du mois (lunaire) et dit : vous aurez de votre Matre une vision oculaire comme celle que vous avez en ce moment de la lune et vous naurez pas vous bousculer pour Le voir .
La comparaison constate dans les hadith concerne deux visions. Ce qui signifie que de la mme manire que nous voyons le soleil dans un jour clair avec un ciel compltement dgag de sorte que personne ne peut empcher personne de le voir, quel que soit le nombre de ceux qui le regardent, et de la mme manire que nous voyons la pleine lune dans une clart parfaite que limportance du nombre de ceux qui regardent lastre ne peut pas affecter, de la manire les croyants verront leur Matre clairement au jour de la Rsurrection. Les hadith nimpliquent point la comparaison des objets de la vision, Allah tant absolument transcendant. En effet, rien nest comme Lui et Il est lAudient et le Clairvoyant.
3/ Al-Boukhari a rapport (sous le n 4500) et Mouslim (sous le n 6890) daprs Abou Moussa que le Prophte (bndiction et salut soient sur lui) a dit : deux paradis dont les rcipients et autres quipements sont en argent et deux autres paradis dont les rcipients et autres quipements sont en or (seront la disposition des croyants) et seul le rideau de la grandeur qui couvre Son visage au paradis dEden empcheront les gens de voir leur Matre, le Trs Haut qui bnit .
Les hadith voquant cette vision ont t rapport par prs de 30 Compagnons. Celui qui les matrise croira fermement quils ont t dits par le Messager (bndiction et salut soient sur lui). Quiconque soutient malgr cela quAllah, le Trs Haut nest pas visible dans lAu-del dmentit le livre (le Coran) et les messages dont Allah a investi Ses messagers et sexpose la grave menace vhicule dans la parole du Trs Haut : Qu' ils prennent garde! En vrit ce jour- l un voile les empchera de voir leur Seigneur, (Coran, 85 : 15).
Nous demandons Allah le pardon et la scurit et Le supplions de nous gratifier du plaisir de regarder Son noble visage. Amen.
Se rfrer Sharh al-Aquida at-Tahawiyya, 1/209 et pages suivantes et Aalam as-Sunna al-Manshoura par Cheikh al-Hafiz al-Hakami, p. 141.

Source: Sheikh Muhammed Salih Al-Munajjid


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