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The following is a list of the khutbahs currently available online. Please note that they are all in HTML format. If there is a particular khutbah you want, then please use the search page.

 No. of Khutbahs in database: 237
 Currently displaying: 11 to 20
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No. Title  
68
The Obligation of differing from the Disbelievers by Saalih bin Fawzaan al-Fawzaan
Summary: 1) Islaam comprehensively covers all aspects of this life and the hereafter. 2) The meaning of the verse, which translates as: “Guide us to the straight path...” 3) This verse calls to adhere of Sunnah of the Prophet sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam and differing from the disbelievers. 4) The command to differ from the disbelievers, warning against following their ways and the wisdom behind that. 5) Examples of imitating the disbelievers.
74
Purification For Salaah (Prayer by Saalih bin Fawzaan al-Fawzaan
Summary: 1) The ruling of Taharah (purification: Wudhu (Ablution), Ghusl (Bathing), and Tayammum (Wiping over socks)). 2) How to perform Taharah. 3) Explaining verse six from Surat Al Mai’dah. 4) Supplications after Taharah, and the wisdom behind it. 5) Warning against slighting Taharah. 6) Warning against the excessive use of water, and its ruling. 7) The obligation of purifying one’s clothes and the area of Salaah (Prayer).
99
Moderation And Extremism by 'Abdullah bin Hasan al-Qu'oud
Summary: 1) Islamic nation is a moderate nation 2) The moderation of Ahlus Sunnah wal Jama'ah, as opposed to the exaggerations and negligence of the people of innovations. 3) Moderation of Ahlus Sunnah wal Jama’ah in affirming the attributes of Allah without resembling it or incapacitating it. 4) The moderation of the people of Sunnah as opposed to the Khawarij and the Murjia, concerning the issue of punishment and reward. 5) The moderation with regards to the matter of predestination and divine decree, as opposed the Qadariyah and the Jabriyah. 6) The moderation concerning the love of the household of the Prophet (Salla Allahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) as opposed to the Shie’ah and the Naasibah. 7) Moderation in spending and as opposed to excessive spending and miserliness. 1) Islamic nation is a moderate nation 2) The moderation of Ahlus Sunnah wal Jama'ah, as opposed to the exaggerations and negligence of the people of innovations. 3) Moderation of Ahlus Sunnah wal Jama’ah in affirming the attributes of Allah without resembling it or incapacitating it. 4) The moderation of the people of Sunnah as opposed to the Khawarij and the Murjia, concerning the issue of punishment and reward. 5) The moderation with regards to the matter of predestination and divine decree, as opposed the Qadariyah and the Jabriyah. 6) The moderation concerning the love of the household of the Prophet (Salla Allahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) as opposed to the Shie’ah and the Naasibah. 7) Moderation in spending and as opposed to excessive spending and miserliness.
107
Fasting, Its Manners and Rulings by 'Abdullah bin Saalih al-Qasier
Summary: 1) The eagerness of our righteous Salaf (ancestors) to preserve their Siam (fasting). 2) The virtue of Ramadan over the rest of the months. 3) The necessity of refraining from sins, especially while fasting. 4) Manners and etiquettes of Siam (fasting) .
142
Caring For Children by 'Abdullah bin Saalih al-Qasier
Summary: 1) Raising children is an obligation 2) Seeking a righteous wife and a righteous husband 3) Invocations by husband and wife and asking Allah to make their children righteous 4) The messenger (Salla Allahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) teaches Amru Ibnu Salama 5) Justice between children
145
Tayammum (Dry Ablution) And Wiping Over The Socks by 'Abdullah bin Saalih al-Qasier
Summary: 1) Ease and simplicity are characteristics of Islam. 2) The permission of Masih (to wipe over socks and shoes). 3) The description of socks and shoes that can be wiped over. 4) The duration through which one can do Masih. 5) The rulings of wiping over splints or casts. 6) The way the Prophet (Salla Allahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) performed Wuduo’ (ablution). 7) How to perform Ghusl (bathing). 8) Dispraising extravagance.
189
Striking with Disease by Sa'ud ash-Shuraim
Summary: 1) Trials come in the form of ease and hardship. 2) Calamities are from the decree of Allah. 3) Hardships expiate sins. 4) The joy of the Salaf (righteous ancestors) with sickness and trails. 5) The sickness of Prophet Ayyub. 6) The kinds of medications people use as treatment.
190
The Desired Happiness by Sa'ud ash-Shuraim
Summary: 1) Happiness is the desire of all people. 2) Happiness is a favor from Allaah He grants Whomever He wants. 3) Sadness, sorrow, and worry are from Allaah, He afflicts whomever He wants with. 4) Happiness is not wealth and property. 5) Happiness as defined by the Prophet, and the Salaf. 6) Gates to misery are many: a. Music. b. Hypocrisy. c. Sins.
191
Laws and rules pertaining to Gifts by Sa'ud ash-Shuraim
Summary: 1) Giving a gift is permissible. 2) Accepting a gift is encouraged. 3) Giving a gift removes the feeling of hatred from the hearts. 4) Gifts to employees, witnesses, teachers, and others is like Ghulool (stealing from booties)
193
Why travel? by Sa'ud ash-Shuraim
Summary: 1) A call to pilgrims to be obedient to Allah. 2) The praising and dispraising of traveling. 3) The bounty of having different and easy means of travel - should be appreciated. 4) Benefits of traveling. 5) Committing Shirk (association of partners with Allah). 6) A Muslim is optimistic and not pessimistic. 7) Some etiquettes of traveling.
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