- Get to know the ten blessed Companions who were promised Paradise
- A course that focuses on their virtues and works, not a seera course
- Hear the most inspiring stories from their lives
- Each lesson shall focus on one Companion
- Connect to their traits and transform your own lives
About the Course
This course shall explore the virtues, states, and works of the ten blessed Companions who were promised Paradise by the Prophet, blessings and peace upon him, in their lifetimes.
The course shall teach you most important things you need to know about them—their mentality, their fervor for Allah, their religious lives and works, how they served the umma and won the good pleasure of their Lord—everything that made these people the great men they were.
The course shall not only be a study of the greatest personalities in the history of Islam, but it shall also aim to inspire our hearts through the company of these men, and help us transform ourselves to live on a higher plane.
The course shall be taught over ten weeks; each week shall focus on one Companion
- Week 1: Abu Bakr as-Siddiq
- Week 2: ‘Umar ibn al-Khattab
- Week 3: Uthman ibn Affan
- Week 4: ‘Ali ibn abi Talib
- Week 5: Talha ibn Ubayd Allah
- Week 6: Zubayr ibn al-Awam
- Week 7: ‘Abdur Rahman ibn ‘Awf
- Week 8: Sa’d ibn abi Waqqas
- Week 9: Sa’eed ibn Zayd
- Week 10: Abu ‘Ubayda ibn al-Jarrah
The course shall comprise of pre-recorded lessons each week covering a biographical sketch of each Companion and a brief introduction to their virtues. The live classes shall expound their virtues, traits, and deeds in greater detail.
There is no required text for the course since all the material shall be covered in the pre-recorded lessons and Live Classes.
The material shall be drawn from many Arabic sources, however the primary text is Majma’ al-Ahbab, The Compendium of the Beloveds.
There is no recommended background, everyone is welcome!
Did you know that Allah, Mighty and Majestic, sent His greetings to Abu Bakr through Jibreel?
This only happened to two Companions—Abu Bakr and Khadija, the very first two Muslims. Abu Bakr is also the only Companion whose companionship Allah confirmed in the Quran.
Did you know that the Prophet said “Allah has certainly placed the truth on the tongue and the heart of Umar ibn al-Khattab, so that whatever he says is the truth”?
Ibn Masud said, “We couldn’t pray publicly in the Ka’ba until Umar became Muslim.
Did you know that the Prophet told Ali “You are my brother in this world and the afterlife”?
Sayyidina Ali said about himself “I have divorced the dunya” three times.
What did these men do to deserve such a promise in this life?
Come find out.