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How Love Brought Me to Islam from Christianity | Ustadha Ieasha Prime

We sit down with Ieasha Prime, an Islamic educator and public speaker to discuss the concept of love in Islam and how it led to her conversion. Is it possible to love Allah, what does it mean to truly love Allah, and how does one know if Allah loves them? These are some of the questions we unpacked in the podcast. Enjoy!

0:00 | Intro

2:19 | This or that?

3:52 | To love or be loved?

4:32 | What role did loving God played in your journey to Islam?

5:18 | Difference between love taught in Christianity and Islam

9:21 | How do we practice ‘loving Allah’?

16:15 | Do we have to sacrifice our love for the Dunya?

18:40 | Are we judged for the people we fall in love with?

21:01 | Romantic love

24:55 | Difference between love and lust

27:05 | How do we teach our kids to love Allah

30:14 | Advise on how to build your love for Allah

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  1. I'm so glad that I watch this interview if it's possible for next time all the words to be used in English because some words have been said in Arabic not being said in English so for any English speaker wouldn't understand the whole picture

  2. Allah says in the Holy Quran Chapter 17 Surah Bani Israel verse 110:For to Him (Allah Alone) belong the Most Beautiful Names.


    Sahih Al-Bukhari HadithHadith 3.894 Narrated by Abu Huraira

    The Messenger of Allah (saws) said, "Allah has ninety-nine names, i.e. one-hundred minus one, and whoever knows them will go to Paradise."


    Sahih Al-Bukhari Hadith 8.419 Narrated by Abu Huraira



    The Messenger of Allah (saws) said: “Allah has ninety-nine Names, i.e., one hundred minus one, and whoever believes in their meanings and acts accordingly, will enter Paradise; and Allah is Witr (one) and loves 'the Witr' (i.e., odd numbers).”

    The Asma-ul-Husna of Allah Subhanah are:

    1. Ar-Rahmaan The Beneficient

    2. Ar-Raheem The Merciful

    3. Al-Malik The Sovereign Lord

    4. Al-Quddus The Holy

    5. As-Salaam The Source of Peace

    6. Al-Mumin The Guardian of Faith

    7. Al-Muhaymin The Protector

    8. Al-Aziz The Mighty

    9. Al-Jabbaar The Compeller

    10. Al-Mutakabbir The Majestic

    11. Al-Khaliq The Creator

    12. Al-Bari The Evolver

    13. Al-Musawwir The Fashioner

    14. Al-Ghaffaar The Forgiver

    15. Al-Qahhaar The Subduer

    16. Al-Wahhaab The Bestower

    17. Ar-Razzaak The Provider

    18. Al-Fattah The Opener

    19. Al-Aleem The All-Knowing

    20. Al-Qabid The Constrictor

    21. Al-Basit The Expander

    22. Al-Khafid The Abaser

    23. Ar-Rafi The Exalter

    24. Al-Muizz The Honorer

    25. Al-Mudhill The Dishonorer

    26. As-Sami The All-Hearing

    27. Al-Baseer The All-Seeing

    28. Al-Hakam The Judge

    29. Al-Adl The Just

    30. Al-Lateef The Subtle One

    31. Al-Khabeer The Aware

    32. Al-Haleem The Forbearing One

    33. Al-Adheem The Great One

    34. Al Ghafoor The All-Forgiving

    35. Ash-Shukoor The Appreciative

    36. Al-Ali The Most High

    37. Al-Kabeer The Most Great

    38. Al-Hafiz The Preserver

    39. Al-Muqeet The Maintainer

    40. Al-Hasib The Reckoner

    41. Al-Jaleel The Sublime One

    42. Al-Kareem The Generous One

    43. Ar-Raqeeb The Watchful

    44. Al-Mujeeb The Responsive

    45. Al-Wasi The All-Embracing

    46. Al-Hakeem The Wise

    47. Al-Wadood The Loving

    48. Al-Majid The Most Glorious One

    49. Al-Baith The Ressurrector

    50. Ash-Shahid The Witness

    51. Al-Haqq The Truth

    52. Al-Wakeel The Trustee

    53. Al-Qawi The Most Strong

    54. Al-Mateen The Firm One

    55. Al-Wali The Protecting Friend

    56. Al-Hamid The Praiseworthy

    57. Al-Muhsi The Reckoner

    58. Al-Mubdi The Originator

    59. Al-Mueed The Restorer

    60. Al-Muhyt The Giver of Life

    61. Al-Mumeet The Creator of Death

    62. Al-Hayy The Alive

    63. Al-Qayyum The Self-Subsisting

    64. Al-Wajid The Finder

    65. Al-Majid The Noble

    66. Al-Wahid The Unique

    67. Al-Ahad The One

    68. As-Samad The Eternal

    69. Al-Qadir The Able

    70. Al-Muqtadir The Powerful

    71. Al-Muqaddim The Expediter

    72. Al-Muakhkhir The Delayer

    73. Al-Awwal The First

    74. Al-Aakhir The Last

    75. Az-Zaahir The Manifest

    76. Al-Baatin The Hidden

    77. Al-Waali The Governor

    78. Al-Mutaali The Most Exalted

    79. Al-Barr The Source of All Goodness

    80. At-Tawwaab The Acceptor of Repentance

    81. Al-Muntaqim The Avenger

    82. Al-Afu The Pardoner

    83. Ar-Raoof The Compassionate

    84. Maalik ul Mulk The Eternal Owner of Sovereignty

    85. Dhul Jalaale wal Ikraam The Lord of Majesty and Bounty

    86. Al-Muqsit The Equitable

    87. Al-Jame The Gatherer

    88. Al-Ghani The Self-Sufficient

    89. Al-Mughni The Enricher

    90. Al-Mani The Preventer

    91. Ad-Darr The Distresser

    92. An-Nafi The Propitious

    93. An-Noor The Light

    94. Al-Hadi The Guide

    95. Al-Badi The Incomparable

    96. Al-Baqi The Everlasting

    97. Al-Waarith The Supreme Inheritor

    98. Ar-Rasheed The Guide to the Right Path

    99. As-Saboor The Patient

  3. Quran
    22:77 O believers! Bow down, prostrate yourselves, worship your Lord, and do ˹what is˺ good so that you may be successful.

    22:78 Strive for ˹the cause of˺ God in the way He deserves, for ˹it is˺ He ˹Who˺ has chosen you, and laid upon you no hardship in the religion—the way of your forefather Abraham. ˹It is God˺ Who named you ‘the ones who submit’ [Muslims] ˹in the˺ earlier ˹Scriptures˺ and in this ˹Quran˺, so that the Messenger may be a witness over you, and that you may be witnesses over humanity. So establish prayer, pay alms-tax, and hold fast to God. He ˹alone˺ is your Guardian. What an excellent Guardian, and what an excellent Helper!

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