The Virtues of Patience

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1. Edited and adapted from Fathul-Majîd li Sharh Kitâbit-Tawhîd (2/603-615);
Chapter: From îmân (faith) in Allâh is to have sabr (patience) with the Decree of
Allâh.

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2. Related by Ibn al-Qayyim in Madârijus-Sâlikîn (2/152).

3. Related by Muslim (no.223) and Ahmad (5/343), from Abû Mâlik al-Ash’arî
radiallâhu ’anhu.

4. Related by al-Bukhârî (no.1469) and Muslim (no.l053), from Abû Sa’îd al-Khudrî
radiallâhu ’anhu.

5. Related by al-Bukhârî (1 l/303) in ta’lîq form, and it has been related in
connected form by Imâm Ahmad in az-Zuhd with a Sahîh isnâd – as al-Hâfidh Ibn Hajar
mentioned in Fathul-Bârî (11/303).

6. Related by al-Lâlikâ‘î in Sharh Usûl I’tiqâd Ahlus-Sunnah wal-Jamâ’ah (no.1659),
al-Bayhaqî in Sh’abul-Îmân a n d Abî S h a y b a h i n Kitâbul-Îmân (no.130), with a
slightly different wording.

7. Madârijus-Sâlikîn (2/156) of Ibn al-Qayyim.

8. Sûrah at-Taghâbun 64:11

9. Tasfîr Qur‘ânul-’Adhîm (g/164) of Ibn Kathîr.

10. Sûrah al-Hadîd 57:22

11. Sûrah al- Baqarah 2:155-157

12. Tasfîr Qur‘ânul-’Adhîm (8/163).

13. Related by Ibn Jarîr at-Tabarî in Jâmi’ul-Bayân ‘an Tabîlil-Qur‘ân (28/123),
’Abdur-Razzâq in his Tafsîr (3/95) and also as-Suyûtî in ad-Duwul-Manthûr (8/183).
Its like is also related by al-Bukhârî in ta’lîq form (8/652) from Ibn Mas’ûd.

14. Taba’bîbut-Tabdbîb (7/276) of Ibn Hajar al-’Asqalânî.

15. Related by Muslim(no.67) and Ahmad (2/377), from Abû Hurayrah radiallâhu ’anhu.

16. Related by Muslim (no.82), Abû Dâwûd (no.4679) and at-Tirmidhî (no.2621), from
Jâbir ibn ’Abdullâh radiallâhu ’anhu.

17. Related by al-Bukhârî (no.1294) and Muslim (no.103), from Ibn Mas’ûd radiallâhu ’anhu.

18. Fathul-Bârî (3/164) of Ibn Hajar.

19. Itqidâ as-Sirâtul-Mustaqîm (l/204) of Shaykhul-Islâm Ibn Taymiyyah.

20. Sahîh: Related by Ibn Mâjah (no.1584) and also Ibn Hibbân (no.737). Al-Bawsîrî authenticated it in Masâbibuz-Zajâjah (1/521).

21. Related by Ahmad (6/31), from ’Âishah radiallâhu ’anhâ.

22. Related by al-Bukhârî (no.4462) and Ibn Mâjah (nos.1629- 1630), from Anas radiallâhu ’anhu.

23. As az-Zarkashî mentions in Sharh Mukhtasarul-Kharqî (2/356).

24. Related by al-Bukhârî (no.1303) and Muslim (no.2315), from Anas and Asmâ bint Yazîd radiallâhu ’anhumâ.

25. Related by al-Bukhârî (no.1283) and Muslim (no.923).

26. Sahîh: Related by at-Tirmidhî (no.2398) and al-Hâkim in al-Mustadrak (1/340), from Anas radiallâhu ’anhu. It was authenticated by Shaykh al-Albânî in as-Sahîhah (no.1220).

27. Sûrah al-Baqarah 2:155-157

28. Abridged from Majmû’ul-Fatâwâ (10/48) of Ibn Taymiyyah.

29. As-Sirâjul-Munîr (l/88) of al-’Azîzî.

30. Sûrah al-Baqarah 2:216

31. Hasan: Related by at-Tirmidhî (no.2398) and Ibn Majâh (no.4021), from Anas radiallâhu ’anhu. It was authenticated by al-Albânî in as-Sahîhah (no.146).

32. Sahîh: Related by Ahmad (5/427), from Mahmûd ibn Lubayd radiallâhu ’anhu. It was authenticated by al-Mundharî in at-Targhîb wat-Tarhîb (4/283), al-Haythamîin Majma’uz-Zawâ‘id (2/291) and Ibn Hajar in Fathul-Bârî (10/108).

33. Sahîh: Related by Ahmad (l/172), at-Tirmidhî (no.2398) and Ibn Mâjah (no.4023). It was authenticated by al-Albânî in as-Sahîhah (no.143).

34. Sûrah al-Bayyinah 98:8

35. Related by Ibn Abî Dunyâ in Kitâbur-Ridâ (no.94) and also al-Bayhaqî in Shu’Abûl-Îmân (no.205).

36. An-Nihâyah fî Gharîbil-Hadîth (2/350) of Ibn al-Athîr.

37. Madârijus-Sâlikîn (2/171,184) of Ibn al-Qayyim.

38. Da’îf Jiddan: Related by at-Tabarânî in al-Kabîr (22/320), Ibn Hibbân in al-Majrûhîn (1.324) and al-Khatîb in at-Talkbîs (39/2) all by way of Sa’îd ibn Ziyyâd. Al-Haythamî said in al-Majma’ (7/207): “In it is Sa’îd ibn Ziyyâd who is matrûk (abandoned).” And al-Hâfidh al-‘Irâqî said in Takbrîjul-Ihyâ (3/296): “Its isnâd is weak.” And al-Manâwî said: “Da’îf Jiddan (very weak)” as occurs in ad-Da’îfah (no.505).

39. Ibn al-Qayyim related this in Madârijus-Sâlikîn (2/171).

40. Majmû’ul-Fatâwâ (11/260) of Ibn Taymiyyah.

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