Hadith 61. Presenting the value of Wudu and its way of eradicating sins

Hadith 61. Presenting the value of Wudu and its way of eradicating sins

Hadith 61. Mr. ‘Uthman bin’ Affan narrated the words of the Prophet – Sollollohu ‘alaihi wasallam – saying:

Whoever does ablution well, his sins come out of his body, even from under his fingernails.

{Whoever marries Wudu more thoroughly, sin will fall from his body even under his fingernails.} (Muslim and Ahmad).

Analysis of the hadith:

Hadith shows that taking Wudu is the best form of worship, clearly seeing the value of Wudu for one who does the best when taking Wudu, including Sunnah things and manners. Wudu is the cause of the cleansing of the sins of the body with minor sins related to duty towards Allah Most High, even sins left in unexpected places, such as under the tips of the fingernails. Consequently, the Muslim should have the mind to be closer to the Glorious and Almighty Allah when he takes Wudu and feels that he is following the command of Allah as he said: {…khello do you want to give ceremony Pray for Salah then you (Good do wudu by) wash your face yours…} (chapter 5 – Al-Ma-idah: 6), and at the same time feel like imitating the way of taking Wudu of the Messenger of Allah – Sollollohu ‘alaihi wasallam – and also very aware that you are looking for blessings by taking this Wudu. It is possible that the person who does Wudu is blessed for doing Wudu with such concentration.

hadith lessons

1- Encourage to try to learn the ways and conditions of Wudu and apply them accordingly.

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2- Present the value of Wudu and its way of eradicating sins.

3- The condition for sin to leave the body is to be correct in taking Wudu as Nabi – Sollollohu ‘alaihi wasallam – taught.

4- Encourage to try to learn the terms and conditions of the Wudu Sunnah and apply accordingly.

See hadith number 1: Do not shave your head in this place and leave it in another

See hadith number 2: It is forbidden to believe the words of fortune tellers and astrologers.

See hadith number 3: Any form of pretending to be contrary to actual capacity is prohibited.