Forty Divine Narrations (40 Hadith Qudsi)
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Forty Divine Narrations A Collection of Forty Hadith QudṣiPart 1 of 'The Arba'in Series'By Imam Yusuf al-NabhaniTranslated By Muhammad Ali Asgar ..
Forty Divine Narrations
A Collection of Forty Hadith Qudṣi
Part 1 of 'The Arba'in Series'
By Imam Yusuf al-Nabhani
Translated By Muhammad Ali Asgar & Sayyid Muhammad Samdani
Paperback 72 Pages
Publisher: Sadr Ul Ulama Academy
About The Book
Forty Divine Narrations is the translation of the renowned text of Imam al-Qaḍi Yusuf al-Nabhani (1849–1932), a Shafiʿi jurist and Levantine gnostic. In it, he has compiled forty integral Aḥadith (Prophetic Narrations), on topics ranging from the core fundamental monotheistic belief of Islām to remedies of one’s affairs in accordance to the sharīʿah and wonderful reminders of the nature of an aspirational Muslim.
Each one of the narrations is termed as Ḥadith al-Qudsi (Divine Narration) — a term used in the study of Prophetic narrations to describe those Divine statements aside from those contained in Revelations, which are manifested on the tongue of His Prophet.
This is the first work of an ongoing series of collections of “Forty Narrations” complied by Imam al-Nabhani
A varied range of subjects including:-
Virtue of Spending
Hostility Towards a Wali
Last to enter Paradise
What have you Prepared?
Ninety-Nine Lists of Deeds
About The Author
Shaykh Yusuf al-Nabahani was born in approximately 1849 CE and hailed from a righteous family in Palestine. He first memorised the Qur'an and learnt its sciences along with Ahadith literature at the hands of his father.
He then furthered his studies at Al-Azhar University with the foremost teachers of his time. His knowledge, love and defence of the Prophet (peace be upon him) knew no bounds.
The many books he authored are a testimony to this. Later on in life he taught and presided as a judge in Beirut for many years.
After Qadi Yusuf al-Nabahani retired from his post, he devoted his time to writing and worshipping. He travelled to al-Madinah al-Munawwarah and lived in the noble city for a period.
Then he returned to Beirut, Lebanon where he passed on to the mercy of Allah in the beginning of Ramadhan 1932 CE.