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Anas ibn Sirin reported:
I heard Jundab ibn Qasri saying that the Messenger of Allah ( may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him ) said: He who observed the Fajr prayer (in congregation), he is in fact under the protection of Allah and it never happens that Allah should make a demand in connection with the protection (that He guarantees and should not get it) for when he asks for anything in relation to His protection, he definitely secures it. He then throws him flatly in the Hell-fire.
The five prayers are a renewal of the covenant between the slave and his Lord. Once the slave offered the prayer, his heart will feel the tranqulity,. Hopefully he delivered the trust and that he is free from the liability of the duty that is to be performed in a specific time. Then he engages in his worldly affairs for a short period of time. But when he hears a caller crying out: hasten to the prayer hasten to success. He returns to the prayer area to seek the relief from his troubles, get rid of his worldly concerns and to enter into the sanctuary of his Lord again; to perform his duty humbly and submissively. He strives to do so during his day and night, to keep the close contact between him and his Lord Almighty, to expose himself to his mercy and to seek his forgiveness from the sin whenever he feels its pinch and weight on his heart, so that the slave meets his Lord while he is pleased with him.
These are the highest manifestations and the finest meanings of happiness. It is truly the light with which the believer walks among people. It is majesty, beauty and perfection.
Whoever persevere it and performs it with reverence and subjugation, he has fortified himself from the concerns of the soul and the whispers of the devil, his heart will hardly fall short to fulfill the rights of his Lord. He will refrain from what displeases his Lord.
If he commits minor sins, his prayer will expiate them, he will be forgiven, as long as he avoids the major sins.
The Prophet ( may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him ) said: “ He who observed the Fajr prayer (in congregation), he is in fact under the protection of Allah “ When he responded to the call of the Fajr prayer, he covenanted to hear and to obey his Lord then in the Thuhr prayer he shall remember the covenant and renew it. This shall be the case of the believer in every prayer until the next day when he performs the Fajr prayer in congregation.
The Prophet ( may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him ) said: “for when he asks for anything in relation to His protection, he definitely secures it. He then throws him flatly in the Hell-fire.” This is a clear prohibition of abandoning the covenant of Allah to submit to his commands, that is, do not let Allah ask you for his right while you fall short to do it, so that you will surely be destroyed; the slave has to do his best to fulfill the covenant of Allah.
The good life is the life in which the believer tastes the sweetness of the remembrance and the ecstasy of obedience, even though he lived poor and destitute.
He who forgott his Lord and broke the covenant of his Lord will taste the bitterness of suffering.