May yahdihillaahu falaa mudilla lahu wa may yudlilhu falaa haadiya lah. Wa la zhikrullaahi akbar. All praise is due to Allah. We laud Him, we beseech help from Him and ask His protection; we confide in Him, we trust Him alone and we seek protection against the evils and mischief of our souls and from the bad results of our deeds.
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Avoid controversial topics that are most likely going to cause divisions within the congregation. Also avoid complicated topics, such as the nitty-gritty rules of inheritance. Try to choose a relevant topic. For example, if Ramadan, Eid or the Hajj season is approaching in a few weeks, speak about the virtues of these events.
During the Friday prayer, usually double the amount of people that usually visit the mosque come, and there is often a feeling of eagerness to seek knowledge. With that in mind, you need to know that these people have a respect for knowledge, and you should be able to smoothly pass on your knowledge.
There are many ways to do this, for example: Look at the audience. When they feel that you are speaking directly to them, they will feel engaged. Raise your voice to emphasise certain points. This will bring back any attention that may have been lost. Know your verses and hadiths. The worst thing to do when standing delivering a khutbah is being unable to recite a certain verse, mispronouncing the verse, or forgetting a verse.
Not only will this cause a commotion, but it will also cause you to lose attention. Come prepared beforehand; revise the verses or narrations you are going to say. Learn as much of the English as you can by heart, and definitely memorize the Arabic. Some people might get distracted, and even find it funny, if you mispronounce a word.
Advertisement Part 2 of 2: Delivering the Khutbah There are specific guidelines on how to conduct the Friday sermon. For example, the sermon is split into two parts, and there are prayers that need to be said at the beginning and at the end of the sermon.
After saying this, sit down. After the khateeb person doing the sermon sits down, the muaddhin person who does the call to prayer will do the adhan. The Prophet peace be upon him used to praise Allah before starting his khutbah. Man yahdih Illaahu falaa mudilla lahu wa man yudlil falaa haadiya lahu. Praise be to Allaah, we seek His help and His forgiveness. We seek refuge with Allaah from the evil of our own souls and from our bad deeds.
Whomsoever Allaah guides will never be led astray, and whomsoever Allaah leaves astray, no one can guide. I bear witness that there is no god but Allaah, the One, having no partner. And I bear witness that Muhammad is His slave and Messenger. You can recite any verse that will call people to be God-fearing and pious.
The verses commonly read are , , and Ya ayyu-hallatheena aama-nutta-qullaha haqqa tuqatihi wala tamootunna illa waantum muslimoon O believers! Be mindful of Allah in the way He deserves, and do not die except in a state of full submission to Him. Be mindful of your Lord Who created you from a single soul, and from it He created its mate, and through both He spread countless men and women.
And be mindful of Allah—in Whose Name you appeal to one another—and honour family ties. Surely Allah is ever Watchful over you. Be mindful of Allah, and say what is right. He will bless your deeds for you, and forgive your sins.
And whoever obeys Allah and His Messenger, has truly achieved a great triumph. Amma bad fa inna khayral hadeethi kitabullah wa khayral hadee, hadee Muhammadin wa sharrol omoori muhdathaatuhaa wa kulla muhdathatin bidah wa kulla bidatin dalaalah wa kulla dalaalatin finnar "Indeed the best speech is the speech of Allah, and the best guidance is the guidance of Muhammad peace be upon him.
Once you finish the first part of the sermon, recite Aqoolu qawli haa dhaa wass tagh fi rullaha li wa lakum  X Research source , which means "I say these words of mine and I ask Allah for forgiveness". This is part of the sunnah. Just as you did at the beginning of the first part, you need to praise Allah and His Messenger at the beginning of the second part. Continue with your sermon.
Focus on the future and advise the congregation about how they can implement what was said into their lives. Do not place a burden on us like the one you placed on those before us. Our Lord! Do not burden us with what we cannot bear. Pardon us, forgive us, and have mercy on us. Do not let our hearts deviate after you have guided us. Grant us Your mercy. You are indeed the Giver of all bounties". Truly, You are Praiseworthy and Glorious. Allah, bless Muhammad and the family of Muhammad, as you have blessed Ibrahim and his family.
The congregation will then stand up and stand for prayer. As many people turn up for the Friday prayer, mosques are usually packed with worshippers. Ensure that everyone tries to fit in and stands properly. For example, you can say "Make sure there are no gaps. Stand straight, shoulder to shoulder, feet to feet.
Please put children without wudhu at the end of the rows".
JUMAH KHUTBAH PDF
Part I All Praise is for Allah. We too praise Him and seek His help and forgiveness. We have Faith and Trust in Him. He whom Allah guides no one can lead him astray.
30 Short Friday Khutbah
Avoid controversial topics that are most likely going to cause divisions within the congregation. Also avoid complicated topics, such as the nitty-gritty rules of inheritance. Try to choose a relevant topic. For example, if Ramadan, Eid or the Hajj season is approaching in a few weeks, speak about the virtues of these events. During the Friday prayer, usually double the amount of people that usually visit the mosque come, and there is often a feeling of eagerness to seek knowledge. With that in mind, you need to know that these people have a respect for knowledge, and you should be able to smoothly pass on your knowledge.
Closed Door Jumuah Khutbah At The Masjid of The Prophet ﷺ | English Translation
Mezikora He travels the world spreading a simple but profound message: Arabic words and phrases Islamic terminology Salat Islamic sermons Salah terminology. Also referred to by the same name as the sermon, this concept was different. Khytbah of the conditions for the validity of the Friday service is that it must be preceded by two sermons. The khatib must be in a state of ritual purity ; his dress must be in accord with khutbbah prescriptions. There were not necessarily exhortatory, but addressed practical questions of government and sometimes even included direct orders.
Simplified Jum'ah Khutbah