To believe that Allah is the one and only God in all of the things that we do to please Him.
3 parts of Tawheed
Tawheed al-Asma was-Sifat
Unity of Lordship
we accept Allah as being the only real power in the Universe.
Tawheed al-Asma was Sifat
Unity in Allah's Names and Attributes
To describe Allah according to names and attributes by which He has described himself in the Qur'an or by those which Prophet Muhammad (S) used to described the Qur'an or Allah.
Unity of Worship
We direct all of our prayers only to Allah because He is the only one who is able to answer our prayers.
Six Branches of Fatih
Belief in Allah, the one and only worthy of worship (Tawheed)
Belief in Angels
Belief in books sent by Allah (swt)
Belief in Allah messengers sent by Allah (swt)
Belief in the Day of Judgement and the Resurection
Belief in Destiny (Fate) (Qadr)
Proofs of exsistance of God
1. Creation Itself
2. The signs within creation
3. Fitrah (innate nature, preprogramming, of living things)
4. Innate feeling of turning to a creator during hard times
5. People like the Prophet's exsisted
First definition of Ibadah (Book definition)
"Ibadah is the willingness to serve in a low position and surrender oneself and rights" (basically worship and submission)
Second definition of Ibadah (Ibn Kathir)
"Ibadah is a state. A state which combines perfection of love, hope, and fear." constant
Third definition of Ibadah (Ibn Taymiyyah)
"Ibadah is actions and beliefs, apparent and hidden that Allah (swt) loves."
Al Malik (owner) and As-Sayid (master)
the One with full authority
the One who ensures growth, the One who takes care
the One who sets in the right direction; the One who guides
the One who grants gifts
the One who ensures our existence
The person who is responsible for governing the inhabitants of the earth, and maintaining law and order among all living and non-living beings
Declaration of faith