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(The Book of Faith)
CHAPTER: PERTAINING TO HIS (PROPHET'S) WORDS: HE IS A LIGHT; HOW COULD I SEE HIM? -AND HIS WORDS: I SAW THE LIGHT  

No. 341

It is narrated on the authority of Abu Dharr: I asked the Messenger of Allaah (sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam): Did you see thy Lord? He said: He is a Light;. bow could I see Him?

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No. 342

Abdullah b. Shaqiq reported: I said to Abu Dharr: Had I seen the Messenger of Allaah, I would have asked him. He (Abu Dharr) said: What is that thing that you wanted to inquire of him? He said: I wanted to ask him whether he had seen his Lord. Abu Dharr said: I, in fact, inquired of him, and he replied: I saw Light.

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No. 343

Abu Musa reported: The Messenger ofAllaah (sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam) was standing amongst us and he told us five things. He said: Verily the Exalted and Mighty God does not sleep, and it does not befit Him to sleep. He lowers the scale and lifts it. The deeds in the night are taken up to Him before the deeds of the day. and the deeds of the day before the deeds of the night. His veil is the light. In the hadith narrated by Abu Bakr (instead of the word" light" ) it is fire. If he withdraws it (the veil), the splendour of His countenance would consume His creation so far as His sight reaches.

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No. 344

A'mash has narrated this hadith on the same authority and said: The Messenger of Allaah (sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam) was standing amongst us and he told us four things. He then narrated the hadith like the one reported by Abu Mua'wiya, but did not mention the words" His creation" and said: His veil is the light.

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No. 345

Abu Musa reported: The Messenger of Allaah (znay sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam) was standing amongst us and (he said) four (things): Verily Allaah dock not sleep and it does not befit Him to sleep. He raises the scale and lowers it. The deeds of the day are presented to Him in the night and the deeds of the night in the day.

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