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Glad tidings of Jannah for Women
Glad tidings of Jannah for Women
(Khanqa Sheikh Zakariyyah,Lenasia,South Africa)
A single pious and practicing woman is equal to seventy saints. (Auliya-e-kraam)
A single bad (evil) woman is equal to a thousand bad men.
Two Rakaats Namaaz of an Aalimah woman is better than eighty Rakaats of ordinary women.
A breast-feeding woman gets one good deed for each drop of milk that is fed to the child.
When a husband comes home full of worries and the wife extends a warm welcome and consoles him,she receives the reward of a half jihad.
A woman, who is deprived of sleep owing to her child crying at night, receives the reward of a freeing twenty slaves.
When a husband and wife look at each other with love and affection, ALLAH TA'ALA Himself looks at both of them with love and affection.
A woman who sends out her husband in the path of ALLAH TA'ALA and stays ay home by herself, maintaining her honor and dignity (i.e. protecting herself against temptation and dishonesty) will enter Jannah five hundred years before her husband while seventy thousand angels and Hoors(sweet damsels) will serve her. She will be given Ghusal in Jannah, and sitting on a mountain of pearls will await the arrival of her husband.
A woman who is rendered restless owing to the illness of her baby and yet keeps on striving to comfort the baby, ALLAH TA'ALA forgives all her sins and gives her the Thawaab of twelve years of accepted Ibaadat.
While milking her animal (cow, goat, etc.), a woman makes the Zikr of Bismillah, every animal makes Du'aa to ALLAH TA'ALA on her behalf.
When a woman makes the Zikr of Bismillah while preparing dough (for roti), her livelihood is increased (i.e. she receives Barakah in her Rozi).
When a woman makes Zikr while sweeping, she receives the Thawaab of sweeping Baitullah (Ka'ba).
A chaste woman who is mindful of Salaah and Roza and also makes Khidmat of her husband, for her all the eight doors of Jannah are opened. She may enter from whichever door she chooses.
The Salaah and Ibaadat of a woman disobedient to her husband does not reach the Heavens.
Every night of an expectant mother (a woman carrying a baby in her womb) is counted as spent in Ibaadat and every day spent as fasting.
A woman receives the Thawaab of seventy years of Salaah and Roza on giving birth to one child, and the thawaab of one Haj for the pain she suffered in every vein of her body whilst giving birth.
ALLAH TA'ALA gives a woman the status of Shahaadat (i.e. she dies as a martyr) if she dies within forty days after having given birth.
A mother receives the Thawaab of performing Salaah and fasting for one year, if she gets up at night to feed (give milk) her crying child without cursing.
When a child completes the period of breastfeeding, an angel comes and gives glad tidings to the mother that ALLAH TA'ALA has made Jannah Waajib (compulsory) for her.
When the husband comes home to sleep and the wife gives him food to eat (not being involved in dishonesty with regard to herself and her husband's belongings), ALLAH TA'ALA gives her the Thawaab of twelve years of Ibaadat.
When a wife presses her husband's legs without him having asked her to do so, she gets the Thawaab of giving in charity seven ounces of gold; and if she does so with him asking her, she receives the Thawaab of giving seven ounces of silver in Sadaqah.
Jannah becomes Waajib for a woman whose husband had died while he was happy and pleased with her.
A husband's teaching of one Mas'ala to his wife is equal to eighty years of Ibaadat.
In Jannah, people will go to visit (see) ALLAH TA'ALA, but ALLAH TA'ALA Himself will visit the woman who had observed Purdah while in this Dunya.
Women who wear thin (see-through) garments, or arouse passion in men, or meet men they are not allowed to mix with, or move about openly whilst heavily made-up, or who live without Purdah, will never enter Jannah,in fact they will not even smell the fragrance of Jannah.
A woman who undergoes a great amount of suffering and difficulties in this world will be classified with Hazrat Asiya (Alayhis Salaam). She was the wife of Fir-oun (Pharoah) who, despite the fact of being his wife,he tortured and persecuted her to renounce Deen and Imaan. She gave her life in the process (i.e. she died of the punishment meted out to her) but did not forsake her Imaan.
Every single woman going to Jahannam will take four Jannati men with her because they had no Fikr (worry and concern), nor had they cared, in Dunya about the Deen and Imaan of that woman, and did not teach her Deen. These four men will be:  (A) Her father.     (B) Her brother. (C) Her husband. D) Her son.
She will complain to ALLAH TA'ALA that they did not tell her to perform her Salaah.
If a woman gazes at men she is not allowed to, according to Shar'iah - ALLAH TA'ALA sends His curses upon her, just as it is forbidden for a man to gaze at women he is not allowed to.

Khanqah Sheikh Zakariyya
Lenasia, South Africa.