Author: Sh. Abdul Wahab
Book Binding: Softcover
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
Publication year: 2012
About This Book:
Sh. Abdul Wahab's "The Obligation of the Servant" is a thorough analysis of the relationship between the servant and Allah, the Creator. This book provides readers with essential insights into the spiritual commitments that link each individual to their Lord, guiding them on a transformative path of faith, devotion, and self-realization.
Enlightenment on a Spiritual Level:
Sh. Abdul Wahab offers spiritual illumination, assisting readers in understanding their fundamental duty as Allah's servants and the significance of this relationship in Islam.
Devotion and Obligations:
The book dives into a servant's primary tasks, emphasizing the necessity of devotion, worship, and surrender to Allah.
Guidance for Daily Life:
It provides practical counsel on how to combine these spiritual requirements into daily life, developing mindfulness and closeness with Allah.
Insights into Moral and Ethical Elements of Servitude:
"The Obligation of the Servant" delves into the moral and ethical elements of servitude, encouraging readers to live in accordance with Islamic teachings.
The book encourages personal development and self-improvement by urging readers to consider their religion, behaviors, and the way to a greater relationship with Allah.
While profoundly anchored in the Islamic faith, the book's themes of loyalty, servitude, and moral living are globally relevant, making it accessible to a wide range of readers.
Empowerment and Submission:
It emphasizes the balance between empowerment and submission, emphasizing that ultimate strength lies in yielding to the Creator.