18 October 2017 CE | 27 Muharram 1439 AH

Hadith Explanation

Bait-ul Mamur

The Messenger of Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said in the hadith of the Miraj (Night Journey) after his visit to the seventh heaven: “Then I was taken up to the Frequented House (Bait-ul Mamur) and every day 70,000 angels visit it, never returning to it again, another (group) coming after them.” [Sahih Bukhari]

The Bait-ul Mamur is a Masjid like the Kabah, opposite Allah’s Throne. The angels visit it, pray in it, and do Tawaf there just as the people of the earth do Tawaf of their Kabah. Each day a fresh batch of 70,000 angels comes to it. Till the Day of Judgement the same batch of angels will not get a chance to return to it again. When this is the number of Allah’s work force, how powerful must Allah (subhana wa ta’ala) be?

In this world people get impressed by big companies. The greater the number of employees, the more people are in awe of the employer. Isn’t Allah (subhana wa ta’ala) the greatest employer?

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