[PDF] Lessons Learnt From The Story Of Yusuf

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Shaikh Abdur-Rahman ibn Nasir As-Sa’di | DuSunnah Publications

About the book: These are some insights gained from the story of Yusuf, may Allah raise his repute and the refute of all the Prophets and Messengers. Indeed Allah related the story unto us in detail, and said at the end of it: “Indeed in their stories, there is a lesson for men of understanding.” [Surah Yusuf: 111] A “lesson” is something by which one learns. It steers a person towards a number of ideas and useful principles. It directs a person towards things that are virtuous, and alerts one to the causes of destruction. While all stories of the Prophets are like that, Allah singled this story out with His words: “Truly there are signs and lessons in [the story] of Yusuf and his brothers for those asking [about the story of Yusuf or for signs of the Prophethood of Muhammad].” [Surah Yusuf: 7] As such, it contains various signs and lessons for anyone who asks for them and seeks guidance and integrity. This is due to what it contains of one evolving circumstance to another; from one ordeal to another; from facing challenges to being blessed; from humiliation and slavery to honour and authority; from division to unity and fulfilled aspirations; from grief to joy; from abundance to scarcity, from scarcity to abundance, from famine to plenitude and from hardship to ease, amongst the other things this great story embodies. So blessed be the one who narrated it, clarified it and explained it.

About the author: He is the Shaykh, Abu Abdillah Abdur-Rahman ibn Nasir ibn Abdillah ibn Nasir As-Sa’di from the tribe of Bani Tamim. Born in the city of Unaizah, in the region of Qaseem, Saudi Arabia in the year 1307 A.H. [1886 C.E]. His father and mother both passed away before he reached the age of ten. He memorised the Qur’an and mastered the rules of recitation before he reached puberty. The Shaykh was humble, shy, and modest. He paid no attention to the glitters of this world or its temptations. He cared not for position, status or fame. The Shaykh authored many books, and taught many students. It is sufficient for the unacquainted to be informed of his Tafsir As-Sa’di and his student, Shaykh Muhammad ibn Salih Al-Uthaymin to recognise his excellency. He lived in the service of his religion until he passed onto Allah in the year 1376 A.H. [1995 C.E].


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