March 23rd, 2018

Khutbah Jumaat : “Pesanan Buat Suami”

Petikan Khutbah Jumaat 23 Mac 2018M / 05 Rejab 1439H:JAIS

 “Pesanan Buat Suami”

Islam mengangkat suami sebagai ketua keluarga kerana fungsi dan tanggungjawabnya yang besar untuk memimpin mereka hingga ke syurga.

jais.jpg“Kaum lelaki itu adalah pemimpin dan pengawal yang bertanggungjawab terhadap kaum perempuan, oleh kerana Allah telah melebihkan orang-orang lelaki (dengan beberapa keistimewaan) atas orang-orang perempuan, dan juga kerana orang-orang lelaki telah membelanjakan (memberi nafkah) sebahagian dari harta mereka”.

Rasulullah SAW merupakan model terbaik bagi para suami dalam memimpin bahtera rumahtangga. Rasulullah SAW sendiri menyifatkan dirinya sebagai orang yang paling baik terhadap kaum keluarganya.

Hadis daripada Saidatina A’isyah Radiallahu Anha bahawa Nabi SAW bersabda:“Sebaik-baik kamu ialah orang yang baik terhadap kaum keluarganya dan aku adalah sebaik-baik orang terhadap keluargaku”. (Riwayat al-Tirmizi).

Suami adalah imam (ketua) yang bertanggungjawab untuk memimpin keluarga ke mercu kejayaan. Kejayaan suami hanya terbukti apabila dapat menjalankan tanggungjawabnya dalam mendidik isteri dan anak-anaknya kearah yang diredhai oleh Allah.

Firman Allah dalam surah al-Tahrim ayat 6:“Wahai orang-orang yang beriman! Peliharalah diri kamu dan keluarga kamu dari neraka yang bahan-bahan bakarannya manusia dan batu (berhala)…”

Dewasa ini, terdapat segelintir individu yang bergelar suami yang baik terhadap rakan dan sahabat-handainya tetapi zalim dan buruk akhlaknya terhadap kaum keluarganya sendiri.

Sabda Nabi SAW melalui hadis daripada Muawiyah alQusyairi Radiallahu Anhu : “Dan janganlah kamu memukul para isteri dan janganlah menghina mereka”. (Riwayat Abu Daud).

Terdapat juga suami menghilangkan diri tanpa khabar berita ibarat gantung tidak bertali sebagai satu penganiayaan dan penderaan emosi terhadap isteri.

Demikian juga terdapat suami yang memiliki sifat panas baran sering memaki hamun, mengancam, mengugut, mengurung, memaksa dan menghina isteri. Penderaan emosi ini boleh menyebabkan isteri mengalami tekanan perasaan dan menderita.

Ada suami yang gagal menyediakan nafkah terhadap isteri dan keluarganya. Gagal menyediakan dan melaksanakan tanggungjawab asas iaitu memberi nafkah berupa makanan, pakaian, tempat tinggal dan segala keperluan isteri yang munasabah dan tidak bercanggah dengan syarak.

Suami yang soleh ialah suami yang mampu mendidik dan mengajar isteri dan keluarganya dengan ilmu-ilmu yang bermanfaat seperti ilmu tentang akidah, fekah dan akhlak menerusi ilmu mengenai halal dan haram, ilmu kekeluargaan dan ilmu-ilmu kemasyarakatan.

Suami hendaklah mempunyai kefahaman yang luas terhadap urusan agama lebih-lebih lagi urusan yang berkaitan dengan perkara-perkara asas fardhu ain seperti solat, puasa, zakat dan sebagainya untuk membina sebuah keluarga bahagia.

Suami yang soleh juga hendaklah sentiasa mengawasi dan menghalang kemungkaran yang berlaku didalam rumahtangga seperti meninggalkan solat, mendedahkan aurat dan melakukan perkara-perkara yang dilarang oleh Syarak.

Suami juga hendaklah mengelak daripada menjadi dayus apabila membiarkan isteri mendedahkan aurat di mediamedia sosial.

Malah lebih buruk lagi suami membiarkan isteri berhubungan dengan kekasih lama dan mengizinkan komunikasi intim dengan lelaki yang bukan mahramnya.

Suamilah yang sepatutnya menentukan hala tuju sesebuah keluarga untuk mendapat keredaan Allah SWT.

Mengakhiri khutbah hari ini, marilah kita mengambil pengajaran dan iktibar seperti berikut:

1. Suami hendaklah berpegang kepada akidah yang mantap yang menjadi asas kebahagiaan rumah tangga.

2. Suami hendaklah mempunyai ilmu asas fardu ain seperti ilmu akidah, fekah dan akhlak.

3. Suami hendaklah bertanggungjawab menjaga dan memelihara isteri dan keluarganya daripada terjerumus ke dalam api neraka.

4. Sifat tolong menolong, bekerjasama dan hubungan yang baik merupakan kunci kebahagiaan rumah tangga.

“Dan orang-orang yang beriman, lelaki dan perempuan, setengahnya menjadi penolong bagi setengahnya yang lain; mereka menyuruh berbuat kebaikan, dan melarang daripada berbuat kejahatan; dan mereka mendirikan sembahyang dan memberi zakat, serta taat kepada Allah dan Rasul-Nya. mereka itu akan diberi rahmat oleh Allah. Sesungguhnya Allah Maha Kuasa, lagi Maha Bijaksana”. (al-Taubah : 71).

Friday Sermon Text Do Not Invite The Wrath Of God

Friday Sermon Text 23 March 2018AD / 5 Rejab 1439H JAWI

Do Not Invite The Wrath Of God

The meaning of breach of trust is the betrayal of trust and responsibility given to a person or organisation who have been tasked to hold, administer or execute the trust given.

jawi_logo.jpgA breach of trust occurs when a person entrusted with the responsibility abuses the responsibility given for the benefit of himself, family members or anyone related.

Trust encompasses everything in life. Among them is trust in executing the duties and responsibilities of managing a business.


Therefore, it is obligatory for the person to carry out the trust. Remember the warning of Allah SWT in Surah al-Anfal verse 27: “O you who have believed, do not betray Allah and the Messenger or betray your trusts while you know [the consequence].”

Let us reflect upon the story of Caliph Umar bin Abdul Aziz Rahimahullah who was famous for his trustworthiness in every task he performed in order to receive the graces of Allah SWT and His blessings.

One night, Caliph Umar bin Abdul Aziz Rahimahullah was approached by an envoy from an area under his rule. He greeted the envoy politely and brought the man to sit near him. He then lit a large candle that illuminated the place.

After that, he said to the messenger; "Tell us about the affairs of your state, the market price of goods, the condition of the children of Muhajirin and Ansar (the followers of Rasulullah SAW and the local inhabitants), the travellers and the poor."

The messenger then told him everything he knew about the affairs of his state administration. When he finished answering all the questions, he looked at the caliph and asked; "O, Amirul Mukminin, how are you?"

Caliph Umar walked towards the big candle and extinguished it. After that, he called his manservant and asked him to bring a small candle to use in replace of the large candle.

Seeing the act of the Caliph, the messenger was surprised and asked him; "O, Amirul Mukminin, why did you remove the big candle when I asked about you?"

He replied; "The big candles are the properties of Allah SWT and the properties of the Muslims; therefore, they should be used to manage their affairs.

If you enquire about myself, then the candle that was bought through the property of the Muslims was extinguished and I will light my own candle. "

So great was the example shown by this Muslim leader in matters which we may consider small and trivial, but is carried by him with full trustworthiness and honesty. This is the sort of characteristic which will invoke blessings in everything that we do.

Today, news relating to breach of trust are abound in the mass media. Arrests and investigations are reported to be conducted by the authorities every now and then.

It is true what Rasulullah SAW stated about the end of days, through a hadith recorded by Al-Bukhari RHM, in a narration by Abu Hurairah RA, where Rasulullah SAW was reported to have said: َّ Which means: "When trust is gone, then wait for the end. The person asked: How is the loss of trust, O, Rasulullah SAW? The Prophet SAW replied: If the matter is submitted not to its members, then wait for the end of time."

The character of trustworthiness is born through the strength of faith. The more fragile one's faith is, the more untruthfulness appears in one’s self.

Imam Ahmad recorded a narration by Anas bin Malik RA, where Rasulullah SAW was reported to have said: ُWhich means: “It is not perfect the faith of one who is untrustworthy, and it is not perfect the religion of one who does not keep his promises.”

Not only would there exist a void where faith and religion should be, those who are untrustworthy and irresponsible would be nourishing the hypocritical nature within them.

Rasulullah SAW reminded us through a hadith narrated by Abu Hurairah RA and recorded by Al-Bukhari RHM: Which means: “The signs of the hypocrite are three: when he speaks he lies, when he promises he breaks his promise, and when he is entrusted he betrays the trust.”

May Allah SWT protect us from weakness, lies, and treachery and always make us honest and trustworthy people in carrying out our duties and responsibilities as servants of Allah SWT and His vicegerents on this earth.

To end the sermon on this blessed day, let us reflect upon some of the lessons:

First: Muslims must realize that breach of trust is an act that harms the nation, scars the dignity of its citizens and plunges the offender into Hell.

Second: Those who fulfil their trust shall attain a noble standing in the sights of Allah SWT, in this world and the hereafter, with Paradise being the ultimate reward.

Third: Make ourselves persons who have strength, skill and trust to carry out our responsibilities, so that our assignments can be performed well and smoothly.

Allah SWT declared in Surah an-Nur verse 54: Which means: “Say: Obey Allah and obey the Messenger; but if you turn away - then upon him is only that [duty] with which he has been charged, and upon you is that with which you have been charged. And if you obey him, you will be [rightly] guided. And there is not upon the Messenger except the [responsibility for] clear notification."