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Sermon 222

O my Allah! preserve (the grace of) my face with easiness of life and do not disgrace my countenance with destitution, lest I may have to beg a livelihood from those who beg from You, try to seek the favour of Your evil creatures, engage myself in praising those who give to me, and be tempted in abusing those who do not give to me, although behind all these You are the master of giving and denying.

. . . Verily You are powerful over everything.” (Quran, 66:8)

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Sermon 16

Delivered when allegiance was sworn to him at Medina The responsibility for what I say is guaranteed and I am answerable for it. He to whom experiences have clearly shown ...

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Sermon 10

Beware! Satan has collected his group and assembled his horsemen and footsoldiers. Surely, with me is my sagacity. I have neither deceived myself nor ever been deceived. By Allah I ...

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Sermon 13

Condemning the people of Basra You were the army of a woman and in the command of a quadruped. When it grumbled you responded, and when it was wounded (hamstrung) ...

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