Al-Ubudiyyah: Being a True Slave of Allah By Ibn Taymiyyah
Author: Ibn Taymiyyah
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
Publication Year: 2004
About This Book:
Ibn Taymiyyah's "Al-Ubudiyyah: Being a True Slave of Allah" is a timeless classic that dives into the profound concept of slavery and obedience to Allah. A prominent Islamic philosopher and theologian, Ibn Taymiyyah, offers readers significant insights on the nature of worship, the essence of true obedience, and the transformative force of surrendering to the divine will. This classic work serves as a guide for anyone seeking a more in-depth understanding of their connection with Allah and the path to sincere devotion.
Islamic Worship Foundations:
This book's central theme is an examination of the fundamental concepts of Islamic worship. Ibn Taymiyyah dives into the many kinds of worship, ranging from routine acts like prayer and fasting to the deeper levels of devotion that cover a believer's entire life. The book offers the framework for understanding how these acts of worship express true servitude.
Surrender to the Will of God:
As the core of sincere servitude, Ibn Taymiyyah emphasizes surrender and submission to the divine will. The book emphasizes the significance of aligning one's goals, deeds, and desires with Allah's teaching, cultivating a profound sense of submission and humility in the believer's heart.
Striving for Worship Excellence:
"Al-Ubudiyyah" is a call to worship perfection. Ibn Taymiyyah invites readers to look beneath the surface of ceremonial activities and seek for sincerity, dedication, and a genuine connection with Allah in all aspects of their lives. The book offers practical advice on how individuals can elevate their worship to the level of actual servitude.