Sharh Usool-ith-Thalaathah – Explanation of the Three Fundamental Principles of Imaam Muhammad ibn ‘Abdil-Wahhaab [1115-1206 H]
Explained by Shaikh Saalih ibn Saalih al-Fawzaan haafidhahullaah
Al-Usool-uth-Thalaathah (The Three Fundamental Principles) is the great work of Muhammad ibn ‘Abdil-Wahhaab, discussing the three questions which the dead person is asked in the grave: ‘Who is your Lord?’, ‘What is your religion?’ and ‘Who is your Prophet?’.
Translated by Abu Talhah Dawud ibn Ronald Burbank.
Transcripts by ‘Adnaan ibn Salmaan, Nasser ibn Najam and Umm Sufyaan Faatimah Agial
All lectures have been uploaded with the permission of the translator.
And I did not create the Jinn and Mankind, except so that they should worship Me (Alone). [51:56]
Kitaab-ut-Tawheed is the book, full of evidences from the Qur’aam and Sunnah, which comprehensively explains how we can purify our tawheed and worship Allaah alone free of any form of shirk (associating partners with Allaah). Compiled by Shaikh-ul-Islaam Muhammad ibn ‘Abdil-Wahhaab rahimahullaah.
Audio lessons are by Abu Talhah rahimahullaah, based on a number of explanations of the book. (Uploaded with permission).
Lesson 23: At-Tawakkul (Trust and Reliance),Ar-Raghbah (Fervent Desire), Ar-Rahbah (Dread), Al-Khushoo‘ (Reverence and Humility), Al-Khashyah (Fear and Awe), Al-Inaabah (Turning Repentantly and Obediently) and the Proof for Each (And the proof for at-Tawakkul (trust and reliance) is His saying, He the Most High…)
Lesson 24: Al-Isti‘aanah (Appealing for Aid and Assistance), Al-Isti‘aadhah (Seeking Refuge) and the Proof for Each (And the proof for Al-Isti‘aanah (appealing for aid and assistance) is His saying, He the Most High…)
Lesson 25: Al-Istighaathah (Seeking Rescue and Deliverence) and its Proof; Adh-Dhabh (Sacrificing or Slaughtering), its Types and its Proof; An-Nadhr (Vows) and their Proof;
The Second Fundamental Principle: Knowledge of the Religion of Islaam; The Definition of the Religion
(And the Proof for al-Istighaathah (seeking rescue and deliverence…)