Simple on lips, but heavy in reward. Alhamdulillah, I am here today with another topic which is very fruitful and interesting. Alhamdulillah meaning All praise/thanks be to Allah. Praise is a word which delight the heart of whom it mention to.
The expression Alhamdulillah is very essential in Islam. It was mention in the Qur’an in so many ayats(versus). We are blessed with so many things, some we asked for, while some we were favored by Allah (S.W.T).
Man is blessed with so many worldly materials, which were given to him by Allah for him to enjoy. Allah(S.W.T) the Mighty, is not interested in anything we have, but He is always happy when ever his servant praise Him.
It is advisable and very important for a servant to say Alhamdulillahi ala kulli halin(All praise be to Allah in any situation) either good or bad. O Servant of Allah! If you look upon youself, you will find that from head to toe you are well build up, everything is perfect. What have you done to deserve this? it is all Allah’s favor. Hence you are ungrateful. Upon all what Allah has done to you, which one of Allah’s favors can you deny?
You ask, He gives you. You repent, He accepts. You cry, He listens. You got sick, Allah heals you. You prayer for whatever you want, He answers. You knock, He open the doors of blessings for you. Everything Allah does is about Us, if we can’t deny all these favors, then we are obliged to praise Allah by saying ALHAMDULILLAH. To remind you, Allah (S.W.T) says “La in shakartum la’aziydannakum”. Meaning if you thanks Me, I give more to you.
Prophet (P.B.U.H) said “Alhamdulillah tamla’ul miyzaan”. Meaning saying Thanks be to Allah, it fills the Scale. Praise Allah, thank Him and be the happiest man.
Because Allah the exalted is worthy of praise and thanks for His numerous mercies whose essence cannot be quantified and comprehended by His creatures.
Allah (S.W.T) is thankworthy as it is He who teaches His creatures (man) the importance of thanksgiving.
I thank Allah (S.W.T) for giving me the opportunity to share what I know with my Myslim brothers/sisters. Alhamdulillahi for being a Muslim.