🍃🌸”The story of Musa (alayhi salaam) is the most recounted story of a Prophet in the Qur’an. In it are countless lessons for those who ponder.
One of the greatest being that of miracles…
It is no simple feat to stand before a sea, with a merciless army raging behind you, and the poorest and weakest of people by your side questioning your next move with a hysteria that only those on the brink of death ever experience. To have nowhere to turn, to know that every second is bringing the enemy closer and to realise that you have completely run out of options… and still, in the depths of impossibility, to have firm trust. 
Trust in Allah, the Supreme Master and the Lord of the heavens and earth; the One in control of everything.
🍃Musa raised his hands to Allah and Allah responded. He made the impossible possible. He parted the sea.
🌱 Do not look at the great impossibility of a situation, rather look at the greatness of the One who created possibility and controls every situation. 
Learn from Musa.

Trust Allah.



by shaikh Sajid Umar


7 thoughts on “Moses

  1. Salam Alaykum sister,
    I just discover your blog & it’s very interesting masha’Allah. I see you wrote some french words.. Do you speak french??
    Anyway, musa’s story is such a powerful reminder, indeed.
    May Allah bless you


    • Waalaykumussalam warahmatullah Sis Loubnanya,

      Je parle un peu francais, et vous aussi? 🙂

      This is a reminder by another sister who had listend to Shaykh Sajid Umar.

      May Allah increase you in eman and knowledge and may He make you better than me Ameen.

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      • Aaah machaAllah!
        Enchantée, ma soeur. 🙂
        J’habite en malaisie. Ca fait deux ans que j’apprend le francais.
        (Pardonnez-moi, je n’ais pas les accents sur mon clavier.)

        By the way, do you speak Arabic too?

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      • Enchantée également! Incroyable, une Malaisienne qui parle français! Je suis très contente. Qu’est-ce qui t’a donné envie d’apprendre le français?

        I went to Malaysia few tears ago, I have Lebanese family in Kota Kinabalu, what a wonderful muslim country! I loved it!

        Yes I speak arabic also. Do you? 🙂

        Very nice to meet you sister Rumejsa! May Allah bless you


      • MachaAllah tabarakAllah ya ukhti 🙂

        Je trouve que la langue est tres belle et ma meilleure amie, donc j’en ai appris à l’université. Later I met my best friend who studies french. She is tabarakaAllah a good teacher.

        J’ai des amis qui sont algeriennes aussi . So Alhamdulillah i can speak to them. I am still learning though. W’alhamdulillah 😊

        Aaah kota kinabalu is a lovely place. I visit the place almost every year for work. I live in kuala lumpur . My other best friend married a lebanese australian and i love listening to her speak arabic!

        I took fushah arabic when i was in school but i can no longer remember how to speak unfortunately.

        My nickname is Rumejsa but myreal name is Izzati. Where do u love in France?

        May Allah make us good friends , Sis Loubna!


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