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 Home Page : Listing of Khutbahs and Articles on Ramadan

With the month of Ramdan just around the corner, it must not escape any khateeb the obligation of advising the ummah of Rasulullah sallaahu alaihi wa sallam on the importance of this blessed month. The beauty that is in fasting and standing the nights in His worship, along with extra charity and looking after the more unfortunate amongst us are just some of the blessings with which the Muslim should spend this month.

The following are a number of khutbahs which would be suitable as we go into Ramadan. We ask that you do not spare us from your sincere duaas and visit us often as we go into this blessed month.

The following is a list of the khutbahs and articles on Ramadan. If there is a particular khutbah you are looking for, then please use the detailed search page.

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Laylat Al-Qadr (The Night of Revelation) by Muhammad bin Saalih al-'Uthaimeen
Summary: 1) Warning against not taking advantage of seasons of blessings, like Ramadhaan 2) The necessity of making up for the shortcomings of the past by repentance, regret, and performance of good deeds, especially in the last ten days of Ramadhaan 3) The great bounty and favor from Allaah upon His servants by responding to their supplications, and the Nuzool Al-Ilaahi (the descending of Allaah to the heaven of the earth, in a way most fitting to His Majesty). 4) The virtues of Laylat Al-Qadr (Night of Revelation), its time, and the wisdom behind concealing its precise time. 5) Acts of worship during these nights, and the etiquettes of Qiyaam (night prayer). 
Virtues of the Month of Ramadhaan by 'Abdullah Hameed ad-Daghistaani
Summary: 1) The Prophet’s speech about receiving Ramadhaan 2) Siyaam (fasting) is an act of worship, whose reward Allaah will multiply Himself 3) Ramadhaan is the month of patience and spending 4) The prohibition of fasting the "day of doubt" (the day before the month starts) 5) When can a person break his fast in Ramadhaan 
The Reality of Fasting by 'Abdul-'Aziz al-Qaarie
Summary: 1) The arrival of Ramadhaan 2) The characteristics of Ramadhaan 3) The human self is inclined towards evil and is not chained when the devils are chained in Ramadhaan. 4) Allaah makes Siyaam (fasting) easy for the Ummah 5) Siyaam purifies the soul and prevents it from sinning 6) Generous spending in charity is of the characteristics of a Muslim 7) The Prophet sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam used to live an ascetic life 
Du’aa’ (Supplication) and Its Benefits by 'Abdul-Muhsin al-Qadhee
Summary: 1) General merits and benefits of Du’aa’ (Supplication). 2) Some of the main reasons behind one’s Du’aa’ not being answered. 
The Concept of Piety by 'Abdullah bin Muhammad bin Subaiyl
Summary: 1) The command of Allaah to His believing slaves to maintain piety 2) The reality of piety 3) The outcomes of piety 4) The obligation of attaining piety in all affairs 5) Sinning contradicts piety 6) A warning against oppression, deception and usurping people’s wealth unjustly 7) A general advice 
'Eid Al Fitr sermon by Muhammad bin Saalih al-'Uthaimeen
Summary: 1) The necessity of being conscious of Allaah. 2) Gratitude due to Allaah for the favor of Siam (fasting) and Qiam (night prayer). 3) The virtue of fasting six days from Shawaal, and misconceptions related to fasting these days. 4) How the huge gathering of people attending Salaatul 'Eid, reminds us of another larger gathering on the Day of Judgment, and the things we should do in preparation for that Day. 5) Sunnah of the 'Eid, and reminding that its not of the Sunnah to visit the graves. 6) An advice to women to fear Allah, and to fulfill husband’s and children’s rights, and a warning against going out while applying makeup and displaying their charms. 
Steadfastness Until Death by Osaamah Khayyaat
Summary: 1) Steadfastness upon the straight path is a sign of one’s wisdom. 2) The Prophet’s supplication to his Lord for steadfastness. 3) The need to supplicate for steadfastness in our time. 4) Ways which help one achieve steadfastness and protect from diversion. 
Good Conduct by 'Ali al-Huthaifie
Summary: 1) The objectives of Islaam. 2) The virtues of good conduct. 3) The definition of good conduct and some of its characteristics. 4) The good conduct of disbelievers. 5) Allaah and His Messenger sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam command us to have good conduct. 6) Indications of ones good conduct. 7) Indications of ones bad conduct 8) The fine conduct of our Salaf (righteous predecessors). 9) The exemplary conduct of the Prophet sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam, and his teaching of this to his nation. 10) The difference between using ones wisdom and sacrificing ones principles. 11) That which causes people to enter Paradise and Hell the most. 
When will your heedlessness end? by 'Umar as-Subayyil
Summary: 1) This life is temporary and the Hereafter is the everlasting abode. 2) The ill-effects of loving and favouring this life. 3) The indicators of love of this life. 4) Seeking wealth and position even through unlawful means. 5) The role of the media in intensifying this phenomenon. 6) The reason behind the humiliation of the Muslim Ummah at the present time. 7) The reality of death and the Day of Judgment should be enough to deter us from the love of this life. 
Remaining Steadfast on Obedience by Sa'ud ash-Shuraim
Summary: 1) The rapid passing of time. 2) The phenomenon of laziness and negligence after Ramadaan. 3) Considering the realities of worship and its impacts. 4) The situation of those who regress into sinning having been obedient. 5) Standing firm on obedience. 6) Weakness in combating desires is inherent in man. 7) Constant acts of worship. 8) The fluctuation of the hearts. 9) The criteria for celebrating ‘Eid. 10) Fasting the six days of Shawwaal and the mid three days of every month is recommended. 
The Virtue of Supplication by 'Abdul Muhsin al-Qaasim
Summary: 1) The virtue of Ramadaan. 2) The reality of fasting. 3) Acts of worship during Ramadaan. 4) Kindness during Ramadaan. 5) Preparing for Ramadaan. 6) The situation of the deprived ones during Ramadaan. 7) Ramadaan is the month of repentance and forgiveness. 8) Things that result in forgiveness and the signs of true repentance. 9) Advises to Muslim women. 10) Taking advantage of seasons of good. 
Ramadaan: The Great Opportunity by Osaamah Khayyaat
Summary: 1) Humans need sanctuaries to escape from the trials of life. 2) Blessed seasons represent opportunities in life. 3) The wisdom behind Siyaam (fasting). 4) Practical benefits of Siyaam. 5) Taking advantage of time that remains. 
Ramadaan: The Month Of Qur’aan by Sa'ud ash-Shuraim
Summary: 1) The importance of Ramadaan for the Muslims, particularly times of adversity. 2) The importance of reading the Qur’aan and pondering over its meanings. 3) The phenomena of desertion of the Qur’aan. 4) Factors that prevent a person from pondering over the meanings of the Qur’aan. 5) Virtues of Qiyaam (night prayer) during Ramadaan. 6) Etiquettes of Du’aa’ and its great importance in Islaam. 7) Things that prevent Du’aa’ from being answered. 8) Ramadaan is the month of perseverance. 
Farewell Ramadaan by 'Abdur-Rahmaan as-Sudais (al-Haram)
Summary: 1) The course of life. 2) The anguish at the end of Ramadaan. 3) Those who rejoice during Ramadaan. 4) Acceptance of good deeds was the greatest concern of the salaf. 5) Acts of worship performed during Ramadaan. 6) The wonderful opportunity that Ramadaan represents 7) Persistence on obedience. 8) The effects of Ramadaan upon the soul. 9) The painful predicament of our Ummah. 10) Propaganda against Islaam and Muslims. 11) Salvation is achieved through sound faith. 12) Good deeds at the end of Ramadaan. 13) Zakaatul-Fitr (charity paid at the conclusion of Ramadaan). 
Seeking Forgiveness by 'Umar as-Subayyil
Summary: 1) Humans are weak by nature. 2) Allaah is Merciful and accepts repentance. 3) Prophetic examples of Istighfaar (seeking forgiveness). 4) The fruits of Istighfaar. 5) The reality of Istighfaar. 6) Examples how the Prophet sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam made Istighfaar. 
The Situation of the Ummah as we farewell Ramadan by Hussain Aalus-Sheikh
Summary: 1) Time passes quickly. 2) The need to revaluation and accountability. 3) Lessons from Ramadaan. 4) The objective of fasting. 5) Steadfastness on righteousness. 6) The painful situation of the Ummah. 7) Supporting Islaam and the issues of the Ummah. 8) The importance of realizing the danger of the enemies. 9) Evil propaganda. 10) Who is the happy one? 11) Fasting the six days from Shawwaal. 
Receiving Ramadaan – Rescuers from Trials by 'Abdul Baarie ath-Thubaitie
Summary: 1) Trials are from the preconditions of the Hour. 2) Punishment that comes down at the time of trials. 3) The greatest trial is that which affects ones faith. 4) Not everyone can remain steadfast during trials. 5) Things that help face trials. 6) Receiving Ramadaan. 
The Virtues Of Ramadaan by Hussain Aalus-Sheikh
Summary: 1) The arrival of Ramadaan. 2) The great bounty of living to witness Ramadaan. 3) The virtues of Ramadaan. 4) Self-accountability during Ramadaan. 5) Ramadaan is the month of victory. 6) The current predicament of the Muslim nation. 7) Ramadaan is the month of generosity. 
Self Examination by Osaamah Khayyaat
Summary: 1) The importance of holding ones self accountable. 2) Advice from the Salaf in this regard. 3) Reviewing our time spent during vacations. 
Advices for the middle of Ramadan by Salaah al-Budair
Summary: 1) The virtue Ramadaan. 2) The situation of people after finishing half of Ramadaan. 3) Reminding with death. 4) A call to the negligent. 5) The sanctity of Ramadaan. 6) The situation of the righteous during Ramadaan. 7) Taking advantage of what is left of Ramadaan. 8) Reading and studying the Qur’aan. 9) Our situation with the Qur’aan. 10) Ramadaan is the month in which people are freed from Hellfire. 11) Encouraging repentance. 12) The Sunnah of I’tikaaf (residing in the Masjid). 
Qiyaam (Night Prayer) by Saalih bin Humaid
Summary: 1) This is an era of destruction and heart hardness. 2) The key to reconciliation is heart rectification. 3) ‘Ibaadah (worship) in Islaam. 4) Human’s weakness. 5) The virtue of Salaah (prayer). 6) The virtue of Qiyaam (night prayer). 7) Those who perform Qiyaam. 8) None ambitious people. 9) Problems that face those who do not perform Qiyaam. 10) Things that help performing Qiyaam. 11) The best example to be followed in Qiyaam performance. 
Fast – So that you may attain piety by Saalih bin Humaid
Summary: 1) Fearfulness of Allah and its virtue. 2) The objective of fasting is to attain piety, and what that means. 3) How does the heart fast, and the effect of rectifying the heart on the rest of the body. 4) The situation of the pious fasting people. 5) How do we prepare for Ramadan. 
The rulings of Zakaat Al-Fitr by Muhammad bin Saalih al-'Uthaimeen
Summary: 1) The necessity of taking advantage of Ramadan, and making up what passed from it. 2) Acts of worship Allah prescribed at the end period of Ramadan. 3) Zakaat Al-Fitr and its rulings. 4) Takbir (saying Allah Akbar) and the Sunnah in reciting it. 5) The Salaah (prayer) of ‘Eid, its etiquettes, and its 
Those Who Must Fast by Muhammad bin Saalih al-'Uthaimeen
Summary: 1) Taking advantage of seasons of worship, and thanking Allah for grating them. 2) Some of the virtues of Ramadan. 3) Receiving Ramadan, and the ruling on fasting the day of doubt. 4) The obligation of fasting in Ramadan. 5) Those who are excused from fasting, and their rules. 6) Encouragement to perform Qiaam (night prayer) in Ramadan, and its etiquettes. 7) Things that nullify the fast, and the ruling on one who does any of it unintentionally. 8) Things allowed during fast. 9) Protecting ones fast from nullifiers, and things that would decrease the reward. 
Fasting, Its Manners and Rulings by 'Abdullah bin Saalih al-Qasier
Summary: 1) The eagerness of our righteous Salaf (ancestors) to preserve their Siam (fasting). 2) The virtue of Ramadan over the rest of the months. 3) The necessity of refraining from sins, especially while fasting. 4) Manners and etiquettes of Siam (fasting) . 
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