Abu Hurairah (RA) reported Allah’s Messenger SAW as saying: ‘Charity does not in any way decrease the wealth and the servant who forgives, Allah adds to his respect; and the one who shows humility, Allah elevates him in the estimation (of the people).’
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Sadaqah – verses from the Qur’an
Sadaqah is mentioned in the Qur’an multiple times in its chapters. In surah two, verse thirty-three Allah says: “And be steadfast in prayer; practise regular charity; and bow down your heads with those who bow down (in worship)”. From the Qur’an we learn that giving is simply worth “the reward with their Lord: on them shall be no fear, nor shall they grieve" (2:274).
Sadaqah for health
You can give Sadaqah to get closer to Allah, especially as a way of asking for a better health. In the Qur’an phrases such as ‘no fear’ and ‘nor shall they grieve’ are used along with ‘Sadaqah removes some of the stains of evil’ to show us the benefits of Sadaqah.
Giving that grows
How to give Sadaqah in Islam?
In Islam there are many ways to give Sadaqah. Helping anyone in anyway is considered as Sadaqah. However, if you’re thinking of supporting someone financially, that’s where we come in. Throughout our site, please donate anything you can give, from clothes to money aided to countries all over the world.
We’re taught that there are seven ways our prophet used to practice Sadaqah weekly. The beauty of Sadaqah is, there are no time restrictions. You can give as often as you like, some donors give monthly and others weekly. Our causes differ in many ways, from where it’s needed to how quick it’s needed.
In the Qur’an we learn that rewards await you for anything you’ve given. Along with your Sadaqah make sure you give your zakat if you’re due, visit the zakat calculator UK today.