What do we learn from the questions asked by the sahabas?
It is very good to ask a lot of questions
We should ask relevant questions
We should ask questions to challenge our scholars.
[V. 216] "But perhaps you hate a thing and it is good for you." This is a practical example of this ayah.
It is hard to be patient when someone hurts you as you don't get your right, but it is a test from Allah. There is great reward for sabr in the Akhirah- that is how it is good for you.
What will happen to one who leaves Islam and goes to disbelief?
All his deeds will be wasted and will enter hell fire.
He will forced to leave that area when he lives
He will be judged according to his deeds before he left Islam
Intoxicants are forbidden in Islam but gambling is allowed.
What should we spend?
The excess that is beyond our needs
Who is an orphan?
A person whose parents have died
A person whose father has passed away and he has not reached the age of puberty
A person whose mother has passed away and he has not reached the age of puberty
How should we take care of an orphan's property?
Do not touch it at all until he grows and use them
We can use however we want
Do Islaah with it - promote it in the best way
The prohibition of intoxicants and gambling came in there stages. First 2:219, second 4:43, final 5:90
Why should we consider dunya and akhira when reflecting on the different aspects of something ?
Because the benefit of akhirah is more than this dunya. A person should give more attention to akhirah.
Because Muslims are not supposed to enjoy anything in this dunya
Because if you are rich in dunya that means you will have much happiness in akhira
[2:215] Who should we spend on ?
Parents, close relative
Orphans, the needy, travelers