The Farewell Khutba for the Last Friday of Ramadhaan

The Farewell Khutba for the Last Friday of Ramadhaan

As sala’amu alaikum

With great sadness today is the last Jumuh of The Blessed month that Allah has given us the ability to witness, to invoke Allah’s forgiveness, to reform ourselves for the better. Sisters and Brothers in Islam , it surly does not mean now that Ramadhaan is going to pass, we should resort to our previous bad habits, we have refrained from it for a WHOLE month, surly that tells us that we can refrain from it altogether! Remember your deeds are not written down only in Ramadhaan, but the whole year! Remember that Allah knows everything we do, say, and think! So let us, do GOOD, say GOOD THINGS, think GOOD. May Allah Thee Almighty Give Me And You To Carry On Practicing The Good We Have, And To Never Let Us Go Back To Our Bad Habits. Aameen.

If I have offended anyone, please forgive me, and correct me where I was wrong. Jazakumullah.

Walaikum as salaam

 بنت محمد ،

Bint Muhammed,

The Farewell Khutba for the Last Friday of Ramadhaan

In the Name of Almighty Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful

Assalamualaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuhu

Al Hamdu Lillaahi Rabbil ‘Aalameen was Salaatu  was Salaamu ‘alaa Ashrafil Anbiyaa’e wal Mursaleen.

All Praise is due to Almighty Allah, the Bounteous King; He is the Mighty, Omnipotent, Gracious and Obliging, Who reveals Himself everyday in a different state. I always praise Him, and am thankful to Him secretly and openly. I bear witness that no one is worthy of worship but Almighty Allah. He is One and has no partner. This is the testimony which I sincerely believe with my heart and tongue. I also bear witness that our Spiritual Chief, our Apostle, and our Friend Nabi Muhammed (SAW) is the Servant and True Messenger, whom Almighty Allah sent with True Guidance and explanation (of Truth).

O People who are present here! The Month of Ramadhaan is coming to an end; where are the eyes that will weep and where are the hearts that will humble themselves by the fear of Almighty Allah, the Bounteous King? You have heard this so many times from the Holy Qur’an: “All the creatures will certainly die.” Now the time of the departure of the month of Ramadhaan is very near and with you it will stay just like a night-guest, or like a departing beloved. Never forget that the separation of good friends is a very bitter thing; so where are those who will perform as many good deeds in this month? Undoubtedly those who have fasted have collected great benefits and the transgressors are the losers.

Bid farewell to this month with sighs, cries and constant weeping when you say: “Salaam to you, O month of Revelation: Salaam to you O Month of Forgiveness (of Allah) and release from Jahannam! Salaam to you O Month of the Illumination of Hearts! Salaam to you, O Month of compensation of past sins! Salaam to you, O Sacred month, wherein lies a night which is better than a thousand months!

Salaam, Salaam, O Month of Ramadhaan! Salaam to you, O Month of Ramadhaan! Salaam to you, O Sacred month, whose nights are blessed by Almighty Allah, and are a means of one’s past sins! Salaam to you, O Month of Virtue and Blessings of Almighty Allah: Salaam to you, O Month of Charity and of fasting! Salaam to you, O Month of Ibadah, Taraweeh and remembrance of Allah! Salaam to you, O Month of Takbeer and glorification of Allah!

Salaam to you, O Honourable Visitor, whom we have welcomed (enthusiastically). O Traveller, we bid you and honourable farewell. Salaam, Salaam, O Month of Ramadhaan! Blessed are you O Month of Ramadhaan. O Month of Ramadhaan! We do not know whether you will be a witness for us or against us (on the Day of Judgment). This is your last interview with us; we do not know whether you will return to us (in our lifetime) or whether death will overpower us. O Month of Ramadhaan! How fortunate is the person, to whom you will return with blessings of Almighty Allah, and how fortunate is the one, against whose misdeeds you will be a witness (on the Day of Judgment!).

May Almighty Allah bless our Masjid’s’ with your presence for a long time, and May He light our lamps with your divine light. The performance of Taraweeh is coming to an end, and our lamps are going to be put off (by your departure). No one will wait for Iftaar, and no one will see the stars for his or her Suhoor. For a time our bellies were under your command and our eyes were kept awake in constant Ibadah. Undoubtedly, we are for Almighty Allah, and to Him we will all return! Oh! How sad will be your departure and separation from us. The day of your departure will be sorrowful for all of us.

May Almighty Allah take mercy on the person who bid farewell to Ramadhaan with repentance and devotion. All of you should say: “O Almighty Allah! Let us be among those who have attained salvation during the Holy month of Ramadhaan. Deliver us from the fire of Jahannam, by the honour of Ramadan. Pardon us with Your Mercy, O Most Merciful of those who show Mercy. And all praise is due to Almighty Allah, the Lord of all the worlds. I seek refuge in Almighty Allah, from Shaytaan the rejected one. (Says Almighty Allah in the Holy Qur’an)! “The pious will reside in an abode of Peace, in Jannah (with) fountains; they will be dressed in brocade and silk, as they sit before each other.

 ”Subahana Rabieka Rabiel Iezzatie Amma Yaseefoon Wasalamoon Alal Moersaleem

     Wal Hamdoelillahi Rabbiel Ala’meen Bierahmatika Ya Arahammar Raheemeen.”

Aameen Ya Rabbal Ala’meen.

Baarak Allaahu Feekum wa-sal Allaahu wa-Sallam ‘alaa Nabiyyina Muhammed (SAW).

Was Salamu alaykum Wa rahmatullahi Wa barakatuhu

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3 comments on “The Farewell Khutba for the Last Friday of Ramadhaan

  1. ruya says:

    Wonderful, sis! I’m copying it to my blog as well (I’ll mention the source of course). These words made my eyes wet and I want my readers to see and read it as well. If anyone benefits form it, may Allah reward you and me for it, and may He save those whose hearts have hardened so much so as not to benefit from such heart touching words!

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