Self Reflection - The Islamic Way of celebrating the New Year
In the name of Allah, the Gracious, the Merciful
There is none worthy of worship except Allah, Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah
Muslims who believe in the Messiah,
Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani (as)

Self Reflection – The Islamic Way of celebrating the New Year

Khalifatul Masih V
  • Did we keep ourselves away from such events that lead to ill thoughts?
  • Did we safeguarded ourselves against all forms of harm?
  • Did we protect ourselves from every kind of mischief?
  • Did we safeguard ourselves against all forms of disorder?
  • Did we protect ourselves against deceitful acts?
  • Did we regularly offer Salah five times a day during the last year?
  • Did we offer the Tahajud prayer?
  • Did we try to be regular in sending Durood (invoke blessings) upon the Holy Prophet(sa)?
  • Did we seek forgiveness from Allah profusely?
  • Did we try to achieve the high standards of good manners?
  • Did you all supplicate and reminded your children of being obedient to the Promised Messiah(as)?
  • Did we reach our standard of obedience with the Promised Messiah (Peace be on Him) to such an extent that all other relations become secondary?
  • Did we pray to remain loyal and obedient to the institution of Khilafat?
  • Did we pray regularly for the Khalifa and the Jama’at?
  • Did all the parents remind their children about the importance of Khilafat and guided them to remain loyal to it?

(Friday Sermon 30th December 2016)