Ibn 'Umar (Radhiyallaho ‘anho) reports that Rasulullah (Sallallaho alaihe wasallam) said, "Three persons are such as will have no fear of the horrors of the Day of Judgement, nor will they be required to render any account. They will stroll merrily on mounds of musk until the people are relieved of rendering their account. One is a person who learnt the Qur'an, merely seeking Allah's pleasure and therewith leads people in salat in a manner that they are pleased with him. The second person is one who invites men to salat for the pleasure of Allah Alone. The third person is one who has fair dealings between him and his master, as well as between himself and his subordinates."
The severity, the horror, the dread and the miseries of the Day of Judgement are so great that a true Muslim is neither unmindful nor unaware of them. To be relieved of those worries in any way, on the Day of Judgement, is a favour that surpasses thousands of blessings and millions of pleasures. Those who will then be made to relax and rejoice will be the fortunate ones indeed. Utter ruin and loss is the lot of those insensible persons who consider the reading of the Qur'an as useless and waste of time.
In 'Mu'jam Kabeer', it is written about this hadith that its reporter, 'Abdullah bin 'Umar (Radhiyallaho ‘anho), who was a Sahabi (Companion) of Rasulullah (Sallallaho alaihe wasallam) said, "If I had not heard this hadith from Rasulullah (Sallallaho alaihe wasallam) once, once again and once again (he repeated it seven times), I would never have reported it."
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