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The Prophet ﷺ said, “Islam began as something strange and will go back to being strange, so glad tidings to the strangers.” [Ibn Majah]

Subhan Allah! What a beautiful, comforting Hadith for those who are trying to hold fast to Islamic teachings in these trying times.

Recently, I thought of gathering as many Ahadith that include glad tidings from the Prophet ﷺ as I could find so we can try to emulate those qualities, insha Allah.

Here they are:

1. The Prophet ﷺ gave glad tidings to those who walk to the Masajid in the dark.

The Prophet ﷺ said: “Give glad tiding to those who walk to the Masajid in the dark; of a complete light on the Day of Resurrection.” [Tirmidhi]

2. The Prophet ﷺ gave glad tidings to those who seek a lot of forgiveness.

The Prophet ﷺ said: “Glad tidings to those who find a lot of seeking forgiveness in the record of their deeds.” [Ibn Majah]

3. The Prophet ﷺ gave glad tidings to those who practice Islam even if they appear strange to others. 

The Prophet ﷺ said: “Islam began as something strange and will go back to being strange, so glad tidings to the strangers.” [Ibn Majah]

4. The Prophet ﷺ gave glad tidings to those who stay content with what Allah has written for them.

The Prophet ﷺ said: “Glad tidings to whoever is guided to Islam, his livelihood was sufficient and he was satisfied.” [Tirmidhi]

5. The Prophet ﷺ gave glad tidings to those who are known for being good and upright.

It was narrated from Abu Dharr (ra): “I said to the Prophet ﷺ: ‘(What do you say about when) a man does a deed for the sake of Allah, and people love him for it?’ He said: ‘That is the immediate glad tidings of the believer.'” [Ibn Majah]

6. The Prophet ﷺ gave glad tidings to those who believe in Allah alone and don’t commit Shirk.

The Prophet ﷺ said: “Jibril came to me and gave me glad tidings, that whoever dies without associating anything with Allah, then he will enter Paradise.” [Tirmidhi]

7. The Prophet ﷺ gave glad tidings to those who promote goodness and prevent evil.

The Prophet ﷺ said: “This goodness contains many treasures, and for those there are keys. So glad tidings to the one whom Allah makes a key to good and a lock for evil, and woe to the one whom Allah makes a key to evil and a lock to good.” [Ibn Majah]

May Allah (swt) allow us to bring as many of these qualities into our lives as possible, ameen!

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Khadija Khan

Khadija Khan is a mental health and spiritual wellness coach. With over 5 years of experience, she is passionate about helping Muslim women heal from depression and anxiety to find joy and fulfilment in their lives. She writes on the topics of Islamic spirituality, relationships, parenting, and personal development. Continue Reading...

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