Class 10 – Sweetness of Faith – Ihsaan – How to Increase

Class 10

‘Sweetness of Faith | Ihsaan |

Means to Increase Imaan’


It is must that every believer has the love of obedience to Allah and His Messenger ﷺ and whoever hates obedience to Allah and His Messenger ﷺ has disbelieved ―so whoever hates, for example, the Prayer, Fasting or any part of Islam is not a believer. So, every believer must have love for obedience to the Lord and Creator, Allah.

Here we will discuss about taking delight and pleasure in performing acts of obedience and this is something additional to the foundation of Imān. And that is because worship involves hardship, it tires out a person, it takes time out of his days and nights, it requires expending his wealth and going out of his way to please Allah ―so no one finds delight in these things except for the one who has perfected his Imān and this is the sweetness that a Muslim achieves.

Bukhāri reported: Anas bin Mālik narrated that the Prophet ﷺ said:

There are three characteristics in the person who has tasted the sweetness of Imān:

  • The one to whom Allah and His Messenger are more beloved than anything else
  • The one who loves another person for no other reason except for Allah’s sake.
  • The one who hates to return to unbelief just as he would hate to be thrown into the fire.”

To achieve this station, you are not to give precedence to the love of anyone or anything above your love of Allah and His Messenger ﷺ not your children, your parents, your homes, your wealth, your love to follow fashion, etc. Instead, you must give priority to what Allah loves over and above what you love. You may love things, and you are allowed to love that which is halāl (permissible) and tayyib (pure), and you are not blamed for that ―however, if there is a conflict between your love of something and that which Allah loves, but you decide to give preference to the things you love, then that is a proof of your deficiency in loving Allah.

Hence al-Fudayl said:

“You hearts can never taste the sweetness of faith until they shun worldly pleasures.” And he also said, “If you cannot pray qiyaam at night and fast during the day, then know that you are deprived.” 

And on the other hand, if you give preference to that which Allah loves, then that is a proof of perfection in Imān.

Love for the sake of Allah is one of the strongest bonds of faith, and is one of the most important foundations on which Muslim society is based. It is the basis by means of which ties of friendship and harmony among people are attained, so that they love one another, visit one another, are sincere towards one another, intermarry, enjoin what is right and forbid what is wrong, thus attaining true Islamic brotherhood. Through it people find the sweetness of faith in their interactions, companionship and friendship. Love for the sake of Allah is one of the greatest acts of worship and one of the best of righteous deeds.

The Prophet ﷺ said:

  • Indeed the strongest bond of faith is to love for the sake of Allah and hate for the sake of Allah.” (Ahmad, classed as Hasan by Albani)
  • By the One in Whose hand is the soul of Muhammad, no one of you truly believes until he loves for his brother what he loves for himself of good.” (Bukhari & Muslim)
  • [Allah says:] ‘My love is due for those who love one another for My sake; My love is due for those who visit one another for My sake; My love is due for those who help one another for My sake; My love is due for those whose hearts are free of grudges and who uphold ties with one another for My sake.’” (Ahmad, classed as Sahih by Albani)


Al-Ihsaan in the language means to perfect something and complete it. It is derived from al-husun which means al-jamaal (beauty), the opposite of ugliness.

And it is divided into (three) categories:

  • Firstly: Al-Ihsaan (Perfection) of what lies between the servant and his Lord. This is what is meant (in this book here).
  • Secondly: Al-Ihsaan (Perfection) of what is between the servant and the rest of the people.
  • Thirdly: Doing well and perfecting what you do.

Ihsaan between the servant and his Lord is his perfecting the action which Allaah has made a duty upon him, that he does it correctly, purely and sincerely for the Face of Allaah, the Mighty and Majestic.

So, an action in which there is ihsaan between the servant and his Lord is that which is done sincerely for Allaah, the Mighty and Majestic, and done with the following of the Messenger ﷺ.

Levels of Ihsaan

In Hadeeth Jibril, the Prophet ﷺ has told us that the levels of ihsan is of two categories, one of which is higher than the other. 

The first position is the higher of the two: This means worshipping Allah as if you can see Him. This means that a person acts as if he can see Allah in his heart, so his heart is filled with light and the matters of the unseen become almost like that which is visible (i.e., it becomes very real to him). Whoever worships Allah with awareness of His nearness and turning to Him and acts as if he is before Allah and looking at Him is bound to fear Him and venerate Him. 

The second position is that of sincerity and awareness that Allah is always watching. This means that a person acts with an awareness that Allah can see him and is close to him. If a person bears this in mind and acts accordingly, then he will be sincere towards Allah because this awareness will prevent him from paying attention to anyone other than Allah or doing anything for the sake of anyone else. If a person achieves this position, it will become easy for him to reach the position described above. Hence the Prophet ﷺ said, “and although you cannot see Him, He can see you.” If a person truly understands when worshipping Allah that He can see him and knows all his deeds, hidden and visible, inward and outward, and that nothing is hidden from Him, then it will be easy for him to move from the lower position to the higher, which is the constant awareness that Allah is close to His slave and is with him, because it is as if he can see Him. We ask Allah of His great bounty. 


Pondering the meanings of the Qur’aan, which Allaah. The Almighty has revealed to explain everything and as a Light by which He guides whomever He wills of His slaves. There is no doubt that it contains a powerful and effective cure. Allaah The Almighty Says (what means): {And We send down from the Qur’aan that which is a healing and a mercy to those who believe…}[Qur’aan 17:82] The method of treatment is to think and ponder its meanings.

The Messenger of Allaah ﷺ used to ponder the meanings of the Book of Allaah and recite it when he stood for Qiyaam al-Layl. On one occasion, he stood in prayer at night and recited one single Aayah from the Book of Allaah whilst he was praying, and he did not go any further than that (one Aayah) until morning. The Aayah in question was: {If You punish them, they are Your slaves, and if You forgive them, verily You, only You, are the All-Mighty, the All-Wise.}[Qur’aan 5:118] (Ahmad)

He ﷺ used to ponder the meaning of the Qur’aan to the greatest extent. The Qur’aan speaks of Tawheed (Islaamic monotheism), and contains promises of reward, threats of punishment, rules and regulations, reports, stories, etiquette and good morals, and its effects on the heart are various. Some Soorahs fill the heart with fear more than others, as is indicated by the Hadeeth of the Prophet of Allaah ﷺ: “[Soorat] Hood and its sisters made me grey before my time.”(As-Silsilah as-Saheehah, 2/679). The Companions of the Prophet ﷺ, recited the Qur’aan and pondered its meaning and were moved by it. Abu Bakr, may Allaah be pleased with him, was a gentle, soft-hearted man, and when he led the people in prayer and recited the words of Allaah, he could not stop himself from weeping.

Among the features of the Qur’aan which are most deserving of contemplation are the examples and parables which Allaah The Almighty sets forth and urges us to ponder and think about. He tells us (what means): {… Allaah sets forth parables for mankind in order that they may remember} [Qur’aan14:25] and (what means): {… Such are the parables which We put forward to mankind that they may reflect.} [Qur’aan 59:21]

Ibn al-Qayyim, may Allaah have mercy on him, summed up what the Muslim has to do to remedy the hardness of his heart with the Qur’aan. He said: “There are two main things you have to do. The first is to move your heart from dwelling on the things of this world and move it to dwell on the Hereafter, then focus all your heart on the Qur’aan and ponder its meanings and why it was revealed. Try to understand something from every Aayah and apply it to the disease of your heart. These Aayaat were revealed (to treat) the disease of the heart, so you will be healed, by the permission of Allaah.”

Trying to feel an awareness of the might of Allaah The Almighty, learning His Names and Attributes, pondering their meanings, trying to understand them and to establish these feelings in the heart so that they may have an effect on one’s actions. The heart is the controller of the faculties, which are like soldiers and followers; if it is sound, they will be sound, and if it is corrupt, they will be corrupt.

The texts of the Qur’aan and Sunnah which speak of the greatness and might of Allaah The Almighty are many. When the Muslim reads them, he is shaken and becomes humble before the Most High,  the Most Great, the All-Hearing, the All-Seeing, and his fear and submission to the Lord of the first and the last increases. Many of His Names and Attributes are mentioned in the Qur’aan. He is the Most Great (Al-‘Atheem), the Watcher over His creatures (Al-Muhaymin), the Compeller (Al-Jabbaar), the Majestic (Al-Mutakabbir), the Most Strong (Al-Qawiyy), the Subduer (Al-Qahhaar), the Great (Al-Kabeer), the Most Exalted (Al-Muta’aal).  

He is the Living Who does not die, although Jinn and men die. He is the One Who has irresistible power over His slaves. The thunder glorifies and praises Him, and so do the angels because of His awe. He is All-Mighty, All-Able of retribution. He is the Self-Sustaining who does not sleep. He has full knowledge of all things.

Ibn al-Qayyim (may Allaah have mercy on him) described the greatness of Allaah in the most beautiful way:

“He is controlling the affairs of all the kingdoms. He commands and prohibits, creates and gives provision, and gives life and death. He raises and lowers people’s status, alternates night and day, gives days (good and not so good) to men by turns, and causes nations to rise and fall, so that one nation vanishes and another emerges. His command and decree are carried out throughout the heavens and on earth, above it and below it, in the oceans and in the air. He has knowledge of all things and knows the number of all things. He hears all voices, and does not mistake one for another; He hears them all, in all the different languages and with all their varied requests and pleas. No voice distracts Him from hearing another, He does not confuse their requests, and He never tires of hearing the pleas of those in need.

He sees all that is visible, even the walk of a black ant across a solid rock in the darkest night. The unseen is visible to Him, and secrets are known to Him… {Whosoever is in the heavens and on earth begs of Him [its needs from Him]. Every day He has a matter to bring forth [such as giving honor to some, disgrace to some, life to some, death to some, etc.]!} [Qur’aan 55:29] He forgives sins, eases worries, relieves distress, helps the defeated person back on his feet, makes the poor rich, guides the one who is astray and confused, fulfils the needs of the desperate, feeds the hungry, clothes the naked, conceals faults, and calms fears. He raises the status of some and lowers the status of others…

“Even if all the inhabitants of heaven and earth, the first and the last of them, mankind and jinn alike, were to be as pious as the most pious among them, this would not increase His sovereignty in the slightest; if they all, the first and the last of them, mankind and jinn alike, were to be as rebellious as the most rebellious among them, this would not decrease His sovereignty in the slightest. If everything in heaven and on earth, the first and the last of them, mankind and Jinn, living and dead, animate and inanimate, were to stand in one place and ask of Him, and He were to give them everything that they asked for, this would not decrease what He has by even an atom’s weight…

“He is the First, before Whom there is nothing, and the Last, after Whom there is nothing, may He be blessed and exalted. He is the Most deserving of being remembered, the Most deserving of being worshipped, the Most deserving of being thanked. He is the Most Compassionate of kings, the Most Generous of those who are asked… He is the King Who has no partner or associate, the One who has no rival, the Self-Sufficient Master, Who has no son, the Most High, and there is none like unto Him.{Everything will perish save His face}[Qur’aan 28:88], and everything will vanish except His sovereignty… He will not be obeyed except by His permission, and He will not be disobeyed except with His knowledge. He is obeyed, so He shows His appreciation, and He is disobeyed, so he forgives. Every punishment on His part is justice, and every blessing from Him is a favor. He is the closest of witnesses and the nearest of protectors. He seizes people by their forelocks, records their deeds and decrees the appointed time for all things. Hearts conceal nothing from Him, for secrets are known to Him. His gift is a word and His punishment is a word:{Verily, His Command, when He intends a thing, is only that He says to it, “Be!” – and it is.} [Qur’aan 36:82].(Adapted from al-Waabil al-Sayib, p. 125)

Seeking Islamic knowledge, which is knowledge that leads one to fear Allaah The Almighty and which increases one’s faith in Him, may He be glorified: Allaah The Almighty Says (what means): {… It is only those who have knowledge among His slaves that fear Allaah…} [Qur’aan 35:28] Those who have knowledge and those who do not are not equal in faith. How can one who knows the details of Sharee’ah, the meaning and implications of the Shahaadatayn (the two testimonies of faith), the things that will happen after death – such as the torment of the grave, the horrors of the final gathering, the stages of the Day of Resurrection, the delights of Paradise and the punishments of Hell, the wisdom of the Sharee’ah in prescribing Halaal (lawful) and Haraam, the details of the Prophet’s Seerah (biography), and other kinds of knowledge…how can the one who knows all this be equal in faith with the one who is ignorant of the religion, its rulings and what it says about matters of the Unseen. All the latter knows about his religion is mere imitation, and the little knowledge he has is of poor quality. Allaah The Exalted Says (what means): {…Say: Are those who know equal to those who do not know?…} [Qur’aan 39:9]

Regular attendance at gatherings of Dhikr (remembrance of Allaah): this leads to an increase in faith for a number of reasons, such as the mentioning of Allaah The Almighty, the descent of mercy and tranquility, the angels surrounding the people present, and Allaah The Almighty mentioning them to the chiefs (angels) on high, showing His pride in them to the angels and forgiving their sins.

This was mentioned in Saheeh Ahaadeeth, for example, when the Prophet of Allaah, ﷺ, said:

  • “No people sit together remembering Allaah, but the angels surround them, mercy envelops them, tranquility descends upon them, and Allaah mentions them to those who are in His presence.” (Muslim)
  • ‘No people gather together to remember (Allaah) and then disperse, but it will be said to them: “Rise, you are forgiven.’” (Saheeh al-Jaami’, 5507)

Doing a lot of righteous deeds and filling one’s time with them: This is one of the best ways of dealing with weak faith, and is clearly very effective in strengthening faith. Abu Bakr as-Siddeeq, may Allaah be pleased with him, set the best example of this, when the Messenger ﷺ, asked his Companions: “Who among you got up fasting this morning?” Abu Bakr, may Allaah be pleased with him, said: “I did.” He ﷺ asked: “Who among you has attended a funeral today?” Abu Bakr, may Allaah be pleased with him, said: “I have.” He ﷺ asked: “Who among you has fed a needy person today?” Abu Bakr, may Allaah be pleased with him, said: “I have.” He ﷺ asked: “Who among you has visited a sick person today?” Abu Bakr, may Allaah be pleased with him, said: “I have.” The Messenger of Allaah ﷺ said: No man does all of that but he will enter Paradise.” (Muslim)

This story demonstrates that Abu Bakr as-Siddeeq, may Allaah be pleased with him, was keen to make the most of every opportunity and to do a variety of acts of worship. Because this was an unexpected question on the part of the Prophet of Allaah ﷺ this indicates that Abu Bakr’s days were filled with acts of obedience and worship.

The Muslim should pay attention to the following when performing good deeds:

  • He should hasten to do good deeds.
  • Being consistent, the Prophet of Allaah ﷺ said, transmitting the words of his Lord in a Hadeeth Qudsi: “… ‘My slave keeps drawing nearer to me with Naafil [supererogatory] deeds until I love him.’”(Reported by Al-Bukhaari, 6137).
  • Keep striving
  • Avoiding burnout (exhaustion) as then people will give it up completely
  • Make up for what you have missed. (Even Sunnah prayers & Adhkaar).

Performing variety of Good deeds. It is a part of the mercy and wisdom of Allaah that He has given us a variety of acts of worship to do, some of which are physical, such as Salaah, some financial, such as Zakaah, and some combine both physical and financial aspects, such as Hajj. Some of them are spoken, such as Dhikr and Du’aa’. One type of worship may be divided into Fardh (obligatory) and Sunnah Mustahabbah (recommended), both of which also vary. Whoever tries to perform acts of worship will find a great variety in numbers, times, ways, types and rulings. Perhaps the wisdom behind this is so that no one will get bored; instead his interest will constantly be renewed. People are not all the same, and they do not have the same motivation all the time or the same abilities. Some people may enjoy some kinds of worship more than others. Glory be to the One Who has made gates of Paradise according to different types of worship, as is stated in the Hadeeth narrated by Abu Hurayrah, may Allaah be pleased with him. According to this Hadeeth, the Messenger of Allaah ﷺ said: “Whoever spends on a pair for the sake of Allaah will be called from the gates of Paradise: ‘O slave of Allaah, this is good.’ Whoever is one of the people of prayer will be called from the gate of prayer. Whoever is one of the people of Ji ha ad will be called from the gate of Ji ha ad. Whoever is one of the people of fasting will be called from the gate of ar-Rayyaan. Whoever is one of the people of charity will be called from the gate of charity.” (Al-Bukhaari)

What is being referred to here is those who do a lot of different types of Naafil (supererogatory) deeds. As far as Fardh deeds are concerned, there is no option – they must be done by all. This variety is of benefit in dealing with weakness of faith by doing more of the acts of worship to which one has an inclination, as well as continuing to do obligatory acts which Allaah has commanded us to do.

A man came to the Prophet ﷺ complaining that his heart was hard. The Prophet ﷺ said to him: “Would you like your heart to become soft and to get what you want? Show mercy to the orphan, pat his head, feed him from your own food, and your heart will become soft and you will get what you want.” (At-Tabaraani; there are also corroborating reports. See as-Silsilah as-Saheehah, 2/533)

Fearing a bad end, because this will motivate the Muslim to worship Allaah and will renew the faith in his heart: there are many causes of a bad end, including weakness of faith and indulging in sin. The Prophet ﷺ said, “Each person will be resurrected in the condition in which he died.” (Sahih Muslim)

Ibn al-Jawzi (may Allah have mercy on him) said: If a person dies in a particular condition, then his life ends with that, and in that condition he will be resurrected.

Also on the other hand the Prophet ﷺ gave glad tidings saying: “When Allaah wills good for His slave, He sweetens him.” He was asked, “What is this sweetening?” He ﷺ said, “Allaah guides him to do righteous deeds before he dies, then He takes (his soul) whilst he is in that state.” (Ahmad; classed as saheeh by al-Albaani)

Remember death often: the Messenger ﷺ said: “Remember often the destroyer of pleasure [i.e. death].” (At-Tirmithi,; Saheeh al-Jaami’) Remembering death deters one from sin and softens the hard heart. No one remembers death at the time of hardship but he will feel ease, and no one remembers death at the time of ease but he will feel constricted.

One of the things that remind a person of death most is visiting graveyards, so the Prophet of Allaah ﷺ, commanded us to visit them. He said: “I used to forbid you to visit graves, but now [go and] visit them, for this softens the heart, makes the eyes weep and reminds one of the Hereafter, and do not speak in an obscene manner.” (al-Haakim; Saheeh al-Jaami’, 4584)

Remembering the different levels of status in the Hereafter. “If his mind is clear, he will have insight, which is a light in the heart, with which he will see the promise and the threat, Paradise and Hell, and what Allaah has prepared in each for His friends and His enemies, respectively. He will see, in his mind’s eye, the people coming forth from their graves, hastening towards the call of Truth; the angels coming down from heaven and surrounding them, and Allaah coming to His Throne which is set up for judgment; the earth filled with His light and the Book being set forth; the Prophets and martyrs being brought; the scale being set up and the records flying into their owner’s hands; the disputants being brought together; every creditor hanging on to his opponent; the appearance of the Hawdh (cistern) and the bringing near of its cups; intense thirst, but only a few being allowed to drink; the setting up of the bridge and the jostling of the people to cross over it; the sharing out of lights because the bridge to be crossed is very dark; the Fire of Hell, parts of it consuming other parts beneath the bridge; the huge numbers of those who fall into the Fire, many times more than the numbers of those who are saved. When his mind’s eye is opened to all of this, one of the stages of the Hereafter will dwell in his heart, so he will see that the Hereafter will abide forever whereas as this world is just a transient, passing thing.

The Qur’aan frequently describes scenes of the Last Day. The point here is that one of the things that increase faith is knowledge about the events of the Day of Judgment, such as the resurrection and bringing forth from the graves, the gathering, intercession, the reckoning, reward and punishment, the scales, the cistern, the Siraat (bridge over Hell), and the place of eternal abode, Paradise or Hell.

Performing Dhikr (remembrance of Allaah), which is a very important method of dealing with weak faith. It brings cleansing and healing to the heart that is suffering disease, and it is the very spirit of righteous deeds. Allaah The Almighty Says (what means): {O you who believe! Remember Allaah with much remembrance}[Qur’aan 33:41] Allaah The Almighty promises success to those who remember Him much, Saying (what means): {… and remember the Name of Allaah much, so that you may be successful.}[Qur’aan 8:45]

The Prophet ﷺ said, “Keep your tongue moist with the remembrance of Allaah.” (At-Tirmithi).

Dhikr pleases Ar-Rahmaan (the Most Merciful) and keeps away the Shaytaan. It dispels worry and distress, and brings provision and opens the door to knowledge. It plants the seedlings of Paradise and helps one to avoid the evils of the tongue. It offers consolation to the poor who do not have the means to give charity; Allaah has compensated them with Dhikr, which takes the place of physical and financial acts of worship. Neglecting Dhikr and not remembering Allaah cause hardness in the heart. By means of Dhikr, the slave can overcome the Shaytaan, just as the Shaytaan overcomes those who are neglectful and forgetful

We should also memorize the Du’aa’s which according to the Sunnah should be recited at certain times or in certain places, such as in the morning and evening, when going to sleep, when waking up, when seeing visions and dreams, when eating, when going to the bathroom, when travelling, when rain falls, when hearing the Athaan, when going to the mosque, when making a decision (Istikhaarah), when stricken with calamity, when visiting graveyards, when there is wind, when seeing the new moon, when getting into or onto a means of transportation, when greeting someone, when sneezing, when one hears the cock crow or the donkey bray or the dog bark, when a gathering comes to an end, when seeing someone who is afflicted with suffering, and so on. No doubt whoever perseveres with this will see a direct effect on his heart.

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Confiding in Allaah The Almighty and humbling oneself before Him: the more the slave humbles himself before Allaah The Almighty, the closer he becomes to Him. Thus the Messenger of Allaah ﷺ said: “The closest the slave can be to Allaah is when he is prostrating to Him, so make lots of Du’aa’ then.”(Sahih Muslim) Prostration is the position of humility, quite unlike any other posture or position. When the slave puts his forehead – the highest part of his body – on the ground, he becomes as close as he can be to his Lord. Showing one’s need for Allaah The Almighty also strengthens faith.

Thinking of the insignificance of this world until the heart is detached from it: Allaah The Almighty Says (what means): {… The life of this world is only the enjoyment of deception [a deceiving thing].}[3:185]

Having modesty: modesty also has an active role to play in renewing faith and cleansing the heart of arrogance, because modesty in speech and appearance is indicative of modesty in the heart towards Allaah The Almighty. The Prophet of Allaah ﷺ said: “Modesty (in appearance) is a part of Eemaan.”(Ibn Maajah; as-Silsilah as-Saheehah) what is meant is modesty in appearance and dress.

Self-evaluation: this also plays an important role in renewing faith. Allaah The Almighty Says (what means): {O you who believe! Fear Allaah and keep your duty to Him. And let every person look to what he has sent forth for the morrow, and fear Allaah. Verily, Allaah is All-Aware of what you do.}[59:18]

Making Du’aa’, which is calling on Allaah The Almighty: this is one of the most efficient means which the slave must employ, as the Prophet of Allaah ﷺ said: “Faith wears out in the heart of any one of you as clothes wear out, so ask Allaah to renew the faith in your hearts.”

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With this we complete the course, may Allah make it beneficial for everyone. O Allaah, we ask You by Your beautiful Names and sublime Attributes to renew the faith in our hearts. O Allaah, make faith appear beautiful to us and adorn our hearts with it, and make Kufr, sin and disobedience abhorrent to us. Make us of those who are rightly guided. Glorified be the Lord of Might above what they ascribe to Him. Peace be upon the Messengers and praise be to Allaah, the Lord of the Worlds.

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