When we think about evil deeds people do, we usually think about those who steal, who kill, drink alcohol, those who are violent and abusive. But how often do we think about all the evil that is done through the use of the tongue?
Once, Mu`âdh b. Jabal asked the Prophet to inform him of some good work that would admit him into Paradise and distance him from the Hellfire. The Prophet mentioned to him the virtues of many good deeds, then said:
“Shall I inform you of the foundation of all of that?”
Muadh said: “Certainly.”
The Prophet took hold of his tongue and said: “Restrain yourself from this.”
Muadh then asked: “O Prophet of God! Are we held to task for the things that we say?”
The Prophet replied: “May your mother be bereaved of you, O Mu`âdh! Does anything topple people headlong into the Hellfire save the harvests of their tongues?” (TIRMIDHI)
Our tongues are like double-edges swords. They can work for us and against us, both in this world and the Hereafter. We will be held accountable for what we say.
But how is it that we can save ourselves from the evils of the tongue?
Join us at a unique course taught by Sheikh Abdul Jabbar Bilal, where he teach us how to identify and stay away from the gravest sins of the tongue such as
- Slandering and maligning
- False Oath
He will also teach us on how we can beautify our speech and makeour communication more effective by learning
- The art of selecting the words to speak
- When to speak and when to stay quite
- How to avoid cursing and swearing
And a lot more….
The tongue despite being a a small organ of human body has an influence totally disproportionate to its size, however it’s all in our hand to make the influence positive or negative!
Come and join us on a one-day certificate course “Between Silence And Speech” and learn how we can beautify our speech in such a way that it softens our hearts and becomes our source to enter Jannah!
EVENT INFO :
- Start Date:December 8, 2019
- Start Time:09:30
- End Date:December 8, 2019
- End Time:17:00
- Location:NUML University Auditorium, Islamabad