Quran Study Group presents Monthly Quran Seminars on the first Saturday morning of each month.
Date: 3 December 2016
Venue: Birkbeck College, Malet St, London WC1H 7HX
Cost: From £10 per seminar
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“Supplicate to me and I will answer you” (40:60).
The Qur’an and Du’a (Prayer or Supplication) are two sides of the same coin and are the only means of communication that are open toevery human being 24/7 everyday. Du’a is the ‘Essence of Worship’ and feature prominently in the Qur’an (with 100+ supplications being recorded) and in the lives of the Prophets and believers. Du’a is the ‘Weapon of the Believer’ which can even change destiny!
Following the success of a similar day course taught by Hafiz Abdullah Muhammad at Birkbeck College in the last few years, this Monthly Quran Seminar will be taught again in the same venue. In this half day course with extensive fully-referenced Notes and opportunities to ask a lot of questions, we will explain how best to tap into the hidden Power of Du’a. We will explore the following issues:
• The Etiquettes (Adab) of Supplications at all its stages
• Conditions for the ‘Acceptance’ of Du’a
• Why some Du’as are accepted and why others are rejected
• Different ways our Du’as are accepted
• How we can ‘maximise’ the effectiveness of Du’a in our daily lives and on special occasions throughout the year
• Those who Supplications are most likely to be accepted
• Those who Supplications are most unlikely to be accepted
• Some Supplications of the Qur’an
• Surah al-Fatihah as a Model Du’a
After attending this Seminar Insha Allah, you will be able to engage more with the Qur’an and fine tune your communication with your Creator. You will be empowered by the Mercy of Allah and will never feel alone or helpless as you will always try to have Allah on your side.
Extensive Course Notes will be provided to all attendees.
Tutor: Hafiz Abdullah Muhammad studied in an Islamic School and also memorised the Qur’an by heart. He is a trained RE teacher and lawyer, and studied postgraduate Islamic Studies at SOAS and Al-Azhar University. He is the author of ‘The Best of Times in Islam’ (2002) and pioneered the annual Ramadan Course ‘Journey Through the Quran’ (JTQ) which he has delivered at Birkbeck College since 2008.
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