The last sermon of the Prophet-peace be upon him- is known as Khutbatul Wada'. It is a great khutbah and we should all pay attention to its message and guidance. Here are the basic points mentioned in this khutbah.
Well.The Prophet banned revenge as he built his peace sanctuary in seventh-century Madinah, establishing instead the rule of law. Peace was his goal, which he achieved by developing alliances between Muslims and Madinah's non-Muslim Arabs, Jews, and Christians.
Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him, has to become relevant to our youth as a role model, the “beautiful example” to humanity, as he is described in the Quran (33:21). Here are some ways to make the Prophet come alive for teens in your family and community.
While Muslims love and deeply respect Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him, others regularly heap abuse on him in ways that are very painful for Muslims to bear. This requires patience and fortitude.
For the Prophet, peace was not a strategy he employed, it was the goal of his peace movement. He preached peace and justice leading to the establishment of a peace sanctuary in the city of Madinah where even animals cannot be harmed, hunting unless for food was forbidden and trees cannot be cut.
Hope. The Prophet had hope for the future. The Prophet also remained optimistic about the situation and the future. Let us remember that if we look only at what is today, we don't consider what could be in the future with the Will and Help of Allah.
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