Ramadan: Stay consistent with the qualities; keep up with the most elevated levels of devotion – Abdul-Hamid

CEO of the National Petroleum Authority (NPA), Dr Mustapha Abdul-Hamid has encouraged Muslims all over the planet to remain consistent with the upsides of Islam by keeping up with the most elevated levels of devotion even past the long stretch of Ramadan.

He said the training where a few devotees of Islam go to another leaf by carrying on with a sacred life during Ramadan just to get back to their former ways after the long stretch of fasting ought to be deterred.

Dr Abdul-Hamid was addressing the Muslim Community at the University of Professional Studies, Accra at a pre-Ramadan class hung on Thursday, March 31 at the LBC Auditorium, UPSA grounds.

The occasion, themed, “The Muslim in the 21st Century: A Guide to Piety” pointed toward conscientising Muslims on their direct in the Holy month in contemporary times.

The Islamic researcher who was the fundamental visitor speaker made sense of that being devout in Islam is an excursion one should seek after all through one’s life and not a solitary activity or occasion that is accomplished in unendingness.

“Devotion in Islam is a ceaseless interaction and not simply something you work on during this month and let go of when Ramadan is finished,” Dr Abdul-Hamid said.

“To accomplish devotion, we should put forth a cognizant attempt to live in consistence with the very qualities that make us great Muslims in this Holy Month.”

Citing from a few refrains in the Qur’an and Hadith (Prophet’s platitudes) he further added that “Regularly, you observe individuals setting up their best lead in Ramadan just to return to being what they were before it. If we have any desire to keep up with the relationship we have worked with Allah, then it is officeholder on us to endeavor to keep our righteousness even after the time of fasting.

Present at the one-day pre-Ramadan course was Prof. Mohammed Naail, an Islamic Banking Expert and Head of the Human Resource Department at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) who illuminated a portion of the advantages a Muslim might get from their steady recognition of the Almighty Allah.

Source: 3news.com

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