Allah is the Greatest
Allah is the Greatest
Allah is the Greatest
Allah is the Greatest
I bear witness that there is none
worthy of worship except Allah
I bear witness that there is none
worthy of worship except Allah
I bear witness that Muhammad (saw)
is the Messenger of Allah
I bear witness that Muhammad (saw)
is the Messenger of Allah
Come to Prayer
Come to Prayer
Come to success
Come to success
Allah is the Greatest
Allah is the Greatest
There is none worthy
of worship except Allah
Peace be upon you all I bear witness that there is none
worthy of worship except Allah. He is alone and has no partner. and I bear witness that Muhammad
(saw) is His Servant and Messenger. After this I seek refuge with
Allah from Satan the accursed. In the name of Allah, the
Gracious, the Merciful. All praise belongs to Allah,
Lord of all the worlds. The Gracious, the Merciful, Master of the Day of Judgment. Thee alone do we worship and
Thee alone do we implore for help. Guide us in the right path – The path of those on whom Thou
hast bestowed Thy blessings, those who have not incurred displeasure, and those who have not gone astray. Today, by the Grace of Allah the Almighty, your Jalsa Salana [annual convention]
is going to commence. The Promised Messiah (as) has described
the Jalsa as “a purely religious gathering”. Thus, it should be clear to every participant
of Jalsa that we have gathered here today to make progress and advancement in
terms of religion, knowledge and spirituality. We have gathered here today and shall
remain here over the next three days while reflecting and deeply pondering as
to how we can improve our conditions in terms of faith,
knowledge and spirituality. If we do not reflect in this way than
there is no benefit in coming here. In today’s age where the world is
becoming unmindful of God Almighty, followers of all religions are
moving away from their religions. The figures that come out annually
indicate that a large number of people express disbelief in the
existence of God Almighty. Even the condition of the Muslims indicates
that they are Muslims in name only and that materialism has taken over. Under such circumstances, we – who
claim to believe in the Imam of the Age, sent by Allah Almighty in this era in accordance
with the prophecy of the Holy Prophet (saw) to revive the faith and while
having made this covenant that we will also help fulfil the mission
of the Promised Messiah and Mahdi – if however we do not pay attention
to improving our conditions, then our claim to have come into the Bai’at of the
Promised Messiah (as) is just a hollow expression, empty of any spirit; and our covenant
of Bai’at is merely a covenant in name and we are failing to fulfil it and our attending
this Jalsa equals to attending a worldly festival. Thus, every Ahmadi should
greatly reflect upon this. There is a need to pay attention towards
assessing your conditions with great concern for if we are guilty of having such a
mind-set, then [all this] is of no benefit. If we were to analyse ourselves, while
keeping in view the objectives of Jalsa Salana that the Promised Messiah
(as) has stipulated for us, then we will not only be fulfilling
the purpose of these three days, but we will also become recipients of the
prayers of the Promised Messiah (as) that he offered in favour of the attendees of
the Jalsa; we will beautify our life in this world and the Hereafter by making [those
objectives] a permanent part of our lives; we will not only be improving our own
conditions but our effort to seek good deeds and our acting upon them will also
make our next generations firm in faith, bring them closer to God Almighty and make them
recipients of the blessings of Allah the Almighty. In an age where the world is distancing
itself from God Almighty and religion, our progeny will come
closer to God Almighty and will become a means to bring
the world closer to God Almighty. Thus, if we wish to fulfil the covenant
of Bai’at and save our progeny, then we need to be ever mindful
of the objectives of the Jalsa. We need to observe these three
days with this firm resolve that these objectives will now
continue to be part of our lives. While elucidating the objectives of Jalsa,
the Promised Messiah (as) said that the attendees of the Jalsa shall be
concerned about their Hereafter. This Jalsa is being held, so that the
attendees, being in this environment, should develop a concern about their Hereafter, they should inculcate the fear
of Allah, righteousness, kind-heartedness, an atmosphere of mutual
love and brotherhood, humbleness, humility and that they should establish
themselves upon truthfulness and become active in
the service of faith. Thus, that is the purpose of
our gathering here today. In relation to the words of the
Promised Messiah (as), every follower, whether a man or a woman, old or young,
should be worried about their Hereafter to the extent that worldly things should
amount to nothing compared to it. While living in this material world, this is a
monumental task and a huge challenge, and in order to accomplish this we
need to undertake a great Jihad. One can only be concerned about one’s hereafter if one truly believes in the
existence of God Almighty and has firm faith that this
world is only for a few years. One can at most live for 80 years or 90
years or a maximum of around 100 years but not everyone even gets this much time. Many leave this world long before this. After this is the afterlife which is everlasting. The wise person is the one who sacrifices
the temporary for the permanent. However, what happens is that we sacrifice the permanent life for the
sake of this temporary life. Yet, despite this such worldly people
consider themselves to be great and wise. Thus, a believer ought to
not act in this manner. Only then can he be
considered a believer. He should have the fear of
God the Almighty in his heart. The fear of Allah the
Almighty is in his heart. The love of Allah the Exalted
supersedes all other worldly affections. He does not fear Allah the Almighty
because he will be punished in the next life once he has passes away. Rather, he does so because he does not wish
for his beloved God to be displeased with him. Only once these sentiments of love
develop, does a person strive to act in accordance with the
commandments of God the Almighty. Every deed of such a person is performed
in consideration of the hereafter. He is certain that it is God Alone Who
grants him the means for his provisions. It is only God, Who blesses
him with His rewards. This includes all forms of rewards,
worldly as well as spiritual. He believes that if he continues
to fulfil the rights of His worship, if he continues to submit himself before God,
considering Him to be the Possessor of all powers, he will continue to receive
His rewards, God willing. If he continues to live in accordance with
His commandments and prohibitions, then he will continue to become
the recipient of His blessings. If he continues to fulfil the rights of Allah the
Almighty as well as those of His creation, whilst showing complete obedience to
Him and whilst maintaining righteousness, God Almighty will be pleased with him. Hence, this mind-set and acting in accordance
with it will certainly enable a person to become the recipient of the rewards
and blessings of Allah the Almighty in accordance with His promise. Furthermore, these very people,
who have such a mind-set, are referred to as those who tread
on the path of righteousness. That is, those who act in accordance with all
of the commandments of Allah the Almighty and whose hearts have softened, as God is found in
their hearts each and every moment of their life. These are the very people, who hold sentiments of
love for one another for the sake of God Almighty. That is, their love and brotherhood
are not for personal interests, but purely for the sake of God Almighty. Similarly, these are the very people, who tread on
the path of righteousness and develop modesty. Furthermore, they are not
merely modest in front of those, who are higher in status
and wealthier than them; they are not merely modest in front of those
higher in status or in front of worldly people; rather, they are also modest in
front of the poor and the needy. These are the very people, who
uphold truthfulness at all times and who believe that saying the right
word leads a person to God Almighty and that falsehood leads to Shirk
[associating partners with God]. Hence, when a person is mindful of the
hereafter, is fearful of God the Almighty, comprehends the reality of righteousness, then how can such a person speak
falsehood after having become a believer. Furthermore, those who attain these qualities
and comprehend the true spirit of virtues, are in fact the ones who are truly
active in the service of religion. Otherwise, this service also becomes a
superficial means of acquiring personal interests. We observe that the hundreds
of scholars among the Muslims, who seem to be very active
for the service of their faith, however in reality they are committing
cruelties in the name of religion. They lack righteousness, the fear
of God cannot be seen in them and worldly interests are dearer
to them than the hereafter, yet, they speak about
God and the hereafter. Therefore, it is integral to understand
the true spirit of these guidelines which the Promised Messiah (as)
wanted us to achieve. That is, that we should not simply
perform these superficially, rather we understand the true spirit
and essence [of these teachings]. We must assess ourselves
whilst being mindful of this. That is, are we attending this
Convention with this intention? Do we have the heartfelt passion
to attain these objectives? If, due to human weaknesses, we have erred in
the past while striving towards these objectives, then are we ready now with a renewed
sense of passion to endeavor towards this with the best of our capabilities to exhibit
and establish these righteous deeds? Are we going to adopt this practice? Today, do we pledge that
we will become those who are more concerned about the life in
the hereafter than the life of this world? Do we pledge to give preference to the
fear and love of God over everything else? Will we endeavor as much as possible to
tread on the subtle path of righteousness, and will we establish kindness
in our hearts towards others? Will we increase our mutual love
and brotherhood to the extent that it becomes an example
for others [to follow]? Will we become those who progress
in humility and politeness? Will honesty and virtue become our distinctive
feature to the extent that everyone will say: “Ahmadis always remain firm on the truth, “and they speak the truth at any cost even if
they have to endure great losses in doing so?” Will we be ever ready to render
exemplary services for our faith? In order for this to be achieved
we must endeavor to propagate the message of God’s religion more than
ever before to every individual in our society. We must inform them about
the true image of Islam. If we can fulfil this pledge and
we spend our lives accordingly, then we have indeed accomplished
our pledge of allegiance. So come! Let us establish our course
of action to attain these goals. A person who is worried about the
hereafter and fears Allah Almighty directs his attention towards
safeguarding his worship. Such a person seeks to enquire
the primary objective of their life which God Almighty has
established for them. In relation to this, Allah Almighty
states: (Arabic – Holy Quran 51:57). The Promised Messiah (as) has translated
this verse in the following manner: “Meaning that, ‘The Jinn and man have been created
so that they may recognise Me and worship Me.’” He states: “Hence, in light of this, the real
object of a one’s life is to worship God Almighty “and to become devoted to God and
to attain the cognizance of God.” He states: “It is obvious that humans do not possess the
status to decide the purpose of his or her life. “Although, a human being does try,
however, they do not have the [ability] to do so. “Neither do they come to this world by their own
choice, nor do they leave at their own choice. “They are merely a creation. “The One who created them and granted
them excellent and superior strengths “when compared to other animals, He
has established a purpose for their life, “whether someone understands this or not. “The purpose of the creation of humanity,
without a doubt, is to worship God “and to wholly devote oneself in seeking the
cognizance of God and to immerse oneself in Him.” However, what is the mode of this worship
which God Almighty has taught us in order to attain this objective?
It is to establish prayer. Allah Almighty states:
(Arabic – Holy Quran 4:104) “Verily prayer is enjoined on the
believers to be performed at fixed hours.” The Promised Messiah (as) states: “Offering
prayers at the fixed hours is something “that I hold very dear to me.” Meaning that, it is vital to
offer prayers at its fixed time. However, we see in this age that prayers are not
offered on time due to very trivial reasons, and people show
negligence in this regard. In fact, there are some people who
do not offer prayers altogether. They offer three or four prayers instead of five
daily prayers and show indolence in this regard. Whereas, Allah Almighty has commanded
the believers to protect their prayers. He states: (Arabic – Holy Quran 2:239)
“Watch over Prayers and the middle Prayer.” Meaning that watch over your prayers,
particularly the middle prayer. However, due to wordly endeavors and employment,
some people miss their Zuhr and Asr prayers, and because of television programmes
or other personal plans in the evening, they miss their Maghrib and Isha prayers. Some miss Fajr and use
sleep as an excuse. Hence, every one of us must evaluate
ourselves and see whether or not we are acting on the commandment
of Allah Almighty or not. There are some people who offer prayers in
congregation during special Jama’at programmes, the month of Ramadhan and consider that as
following the commandment of Allah Almighty, and it does not matter whether or not they
act accordingly for the rest of the year or not. However, one must pay heed to what
Allah Almighty and His Messenger (saw) have said about the importance
of observing prayer. Allah Almighty states:
(Arabic – Holy Quran 9:18). “He alone can keep the Mosques of
Allah in a good and flourishing condition “who believes in Allah, and the Last Day” The Holy Prophet (saw) stated, “When you
see someone the mosque to offer prayers, “then you should testify that
such an individual is a believer. “This is because Allah the Almighty states that
only those individuals populate the mosque “who believe in God and the Last Day.” Although we all call ourselves believers but only
those people are believers in the sight of God and His Messenger (saw)
who populate His house, and this is because they believe
in Allah Almighty and the last day. Thus, it is also made clear here that simply
coming to the mosque is not enough; rather, it is vital to attend the mosque with
a firm belief in Allah and the hereafter. Whosoever carries this mindset will fear God and
such an individual will not come to the mosque to create disorder and will not
be one of those worshippers whose prayers become a
means of their downfall. Instead of attaining Allah’s pleasure;
such worshippers incur the wrath of God. However, those who are truly righteous
are concerned about the hereafter and fear of God in their hearts. Their hearts are tender and filled
with love, affection and brotherhood. They are humble and remain
established on truthfulness. They propagate the
peaceful message of Islam. Their mosques are places which one does not fear and nor are they places
where evil ploys are hatched. It is for this reason that God Almighty
states that only stand in those mosques whose foundations have been established on
righteousness and not to spread evil and disorder. Thus, those who populate the mosques
while remaining firm on Taqwa, they also fulfil the due rights of God
and also the rights of His creation. It is regarding these very people the Holy
Prophet (saw) has given the glad-tiding that on the Day of Judgment,
the first question that His servants will be asked
about is the observance of prayer. God Almighty will ask the angels whether or
not they offered their obligatory prayers; those who have offered all their prayers,
their account in this regard will complete and will declare that they have
observed all their prayers. However, those who have some
deficiencies in their obligatory prayers, God Almighty will ask about their
nawafil prayers [voluntary prayers]; if there is any shortcoming in the
observance of obligatory prayers, it can be fulfilled from
their nawafil prayers. Thus, God Almighty stating
“His servants” signifies that these people strive the servitude of God
Almighty and seek to fulfil His due rights. At times, in certain extreme cases and
owing to one’s natural weaknesses, there can be shortcomings or one can forget, however God Almighty, granting
His Mercy and Forgiveness, fulfils the deficiencies of one’s obligatory
prayers by accepting their nawafil in its place and thus forgives His servant and
increases his deeds in this way. However, those who offer
the nawafil prayers are ones who instil the fear of God
Almighty in their hearts. Nawafil is a prayer which one does not
even have to leave their home to offer, rather it is offered in
seclusion and in privacy, thus one offers the nawafil
prayers, truly fears God Almighty. These are the very people regarding whom God
Almighty states that they are “My servants”. Indeed, His servants can err but they do
not persistently go on committing them, in fact, they seek to expiate those sins. Thus, this is the Mercy of God Almighty whereby
on the one hand, God Almighty has stated that prayer is not an ordinary matter and that
is the very first thing which one will be asked, therefore, one must pay attention to this, but on
the other hand God Almighty has also stated that if one enters the servitude of God and fulfils the
rights of His worship whilst adopting Taqwa, then the nawafil will be of the same
rank in virtue as the obligatory prayers and will cover His servants in
the mantle of His forgiveness. Therefore, on the one hand, whilst God Almighty
has given glad-tiding of His forgiveness, He has also directed our attention
towards offering the nawafil prayers in order to become the
recipient of His Grace. Hence, a believer is one who whilst
adopting the fear of God Almighty, not only directs his/her attention towards
observing the obligatory prayers, but also observes the nawafil, so that they
can fulfil if there are any shortcomings in the obligatory prayers. These are the people who truly fear
Allah the Almighty and adopt Taqwa – and it is owing to Taqwa
that their attention is then directed towards fulfilling
other virtuous deeds as well. Their hearts become tender for one another and instead of seeking revenge,
they forgive one another. In order to attain the
love of God Almighty, they treat one another with love and affection
and their hearts are filled with humility. They develop a spirit of
sacrificing for the sake of others. Therefore, in this regard, everyone
should assess their own condition as to whether they have
these characteristics. A true believer is one who strives
to adopt every form of virtue. If a person does not show
love toward his fellow brother, then he does not have
true Taqwa within him. Similarly, one should be concerned
if they are not kind-hearted. One whose wife and children are deeply annoyed
at him over his conduct, lacks in Taqwa. Similarly, those wives who fail to fulfil
the rights of their husbands and children and make unjust demands, their
hearts are also devoid of Taqwa. Those who treat one another with love and
kindness for the sake of God Almighty, they are the ones who truly adopt Taqwa. The Holy Prophet (saw) stated that on the
Day of Judgment, God Almighty will declare: “Where are those who love each
other for the sake of My Glory? “Today, I will shelter them in My shade on
a day when there is no shade but Mine.” Thus, those who love one another whilst
adhering to the commandments of God Almighty purely for His sake, they are the ones
who become the recipients of His grace. On the other hand, those who do not do this,
can incur the displeasure of God Almighty. Therefore, each and every one of
must instil this spirit within them. We proclaim the slogan of
“Love for All, Hatred for None”, however, we must practise this within
our own homes and in our societies, so that this message can spread
in the world in the true sense. Moreover, through just a small effort on our part,
we can enter the shade of God Almighty’s Mercy. On numerous occasions, the
Holy Prophet (saw) has granted advice on how one can establish
peace and tranquillity in society and to increase love, affection
and brotherhood for one another. In regards to this, the Holy
Prophet (saw) once stated, “Muslims are brothers of one another, “he does not treat his brother
unjustly and nor abandons him.” The Holy Prophet (saw) also stated, “One who
remains occupied in helping his fellow brother, “God Almighty Himself fulfils his needs. “Whosoever alleviates
his brother’s affliction, “God Almighty shall lessen one affliction
from him on the Day of Judgment. “One who covers the
fault of his fellow brother, “God Almighty shall also cover
his fault on the Day of Judgment.” Thus, God Almighty bestows His Mercy
and benevolence through different means and provides means of our forgiveness. However, man owing to his own
inefficiencies, ego and stubbornness incurs the displeasure of God Almighty. Thus, one should be greatly concerned
and deeply ponder over this matter. During these days while everyone’s attention
and emotions are directed towards virtue and you have also gathered here with the
view that you are to take part in a gathering where you will listen to
talks of virtue and piety, therefore, you should asses your
conditions and focus towards fulfilling the rights of God Almighty
and His creation. You should seek to recognise the
true essence of developing kindness and love for one another
and also humility. This is also important for us to
achieve because the pledge of Bai’at that we have taken with the Promised Messiah (as)
is on the conditions of abstaining from Shirk, observing prayers – both obligatory
and voluntary prayers, but also in addition
to these conditions is that under the impulse of any passions,
he/she shall cause no harm whatsoever to the creatures of God in general
and Muslims in particular. This is not only limited towards fellow
Muslims or members of the Jama’at – indeed, we must begin from our own home,
then in our dealings with other Muslims but then ultimately this should
apply to the whole of mankind and we should have love and affection
in our hearts for every single person. We must become free from our inner passions and we
should also treat our subordinates with kindness. Our conduct should be such that if
anyone wishes to assess and determine whether our standard is according
to what we claim, they may do so. Moreover, when others assess our standard
and it is truly according to what we claim, only then can we say that
indeed we are true believers and are fulfilling the
due rights of our Bai’at. Another condition of our Bai’at is that
he/she shall entirely give up pride and vanity and adopt humility and meekness. To adopt humility and meekness is not just one of
the objectives for which the Promised Messiah (as) established the Jalsa [annual convention],
in fact to adopt meekness and humility is also amongst the conditions of the Bai’at that
we have pledged with the Promised Messiah (as). Thus, it is our responsibility to fulfil this
pledge and this in fact is the very first step towards the truthfulness which is that
we fulfil the pledge we have made. Therefore, we should regularly read
the conditions of our Bai’at and assess whether we are holding true to these conditions
and striving to lead our lives according to them. If this is not the case, then our claim of
wanting to reform the world is wrong and therefore we should first
seek to reform ourselves otherwise we would be
counted amongst those whose actions are not in
harmony with their words and God Almighty has expressed
His displeasure at such people. Moreover, in such an instance,
instead of testifying to the truth, our actions would be
testifying to falsehood. When there is incongruity
between our words and deeds, then our claim to serve faith and all our
efforts towards this will also be false. Indeed, the Promised Messiah (as)
is true, his claims are true, there is no doubt that God Almighty has
vouchsafed His promises of granting him victory, indeed, God Almighty has promised to
grant him a Jama’at of sincere devotees, but if our condition remains the same then
we will not be counted amongst those who are the true helpers of the
Promised Messiah (as)’s Jama’at, Therefore, in order to receive
the blessings of our Bai’at, we must assess our conditions and also
ponder over the objectives of the Jalsa. We are very fortunate that we have been granted
three days of the Jalsa to reflect over this. Thus, each and every one of you
should assess their condition and instead of engaging in Idle conversation,
you should spend your time in supplications, seeking forgiveness and sending salutations
upon the Holy Prophet (saw) [Durood], it is only then that we can
truly benefit from the Jalsa. The Promised Messiah (as) states: “The members of my Jama‘at, wherever
they might be, should listen with attention. “The purpose of their joining this Movement “and establishing the mutual
relationship of spiritual preceptor “and disciple with me is that they should
achieve a high degree of good conduct, “good behaviour and righteousness. “No wrongdoing, mischief, or misconduct
should even approach them.” This is the standard of true Taqwa in
that they should be free of such ills. The Promised Messiah (as) states, “They should perform the five daily
Prayers regularly in congregation, “should not utter falsehood and should
not hurt anyone by their tongues. “They should be guilty of no vice and should
not let even a thought of any mischief, wrong, “disorderliness, or turmoil
pass through their minds. “They should shun every type of sin, offence,
undesirable action, “passion, and unmannerly behaviour. “They should become pure hearted
and meek servants of God Almighty,” they should become such individuals
whose hearts are pure and free from all ills, “And no poisonous germ
should flourish in their beings. “Sympathy with mankind should be their
principle and, they should fear God Almighty. “They should safeguard their tongues and
their hands and their thoughts “against every kind of impurity, “ disorderliness and dishonesty. “They should join the five daily
Prayer services without fail. “They should refrain from every kind of wrong, “transgression, dishonesty,
bribery, trespass, and partiality.” One should refrain from usurping the rights of
others, unlawful bias and causing harm to others. “They should not participate
in any evil company.” The youth should be mindful of ensuring
to abstain from keeping bad company and the parents should also
be mindful of this and ensure that their children are not keeping bad company
otherwise they will take their influence and become like them. The Promised Messiah (as) further states, “If it should be proved that one who
frequents the company of such a one “who does not obey God’s commandments
or is not mindful of the rights of people, “or is cruel or mischievous, or is ill-behaved
then it should be their duty to repel him “and to keep away from
such a dangerous one.” Thus, an Ahmadi should
always keep good company. The Promised Messiah (as) further states,
“They should not design harm against “the followers of any religion or
the members of any tribe or group. “Be true well-wishers of every one.” If one wishes to advise others they
should do so in a sincere manner, in other words, one’s speech
and actions should be such that the words of advice should have an impact
and one should not show bias towards anyone. The Promised Messiah (as) states, “And take
care that no mischievous or vicious person, “or disorderly one or ill-behaved one, should ever
be of your company, or should dwell among you; “for such a person could at any time
be the cause of your stumbling.” The Promised Messiah (as) states, “It is the duty of every member of my
Jama‘at to act upon these instructions. “You should indulge in no
impurity, mockery or derision. “Walk upon the earth with good hearts,
pure tempers, and pure thoughts. “Do not attack anyone improperly, and keep
your passions under complete control. “If you take part in a discussion, or in an
exchange of views on a religious subject, “express yourself gently
and be courteous. “If anyone misbehaves towards you, withdraw
from such company with a greeting of peace. “God Almighty desires that you
should become a Community “that should set an example of goodness
and truthfulness for the whole world. “Therefore, be alert, and be truly
good-hearted, gentle and righteous. “You will be known by your regular attendance at
Prayer services and your high moral qualities.” Thus, you will be recognised by your observance
of the five daily prayers and high morals. If you can develop these traits then consider
that you have fulfilled the rights of your Bai’at. The Promised Messiah (as) further states, “He
who has the seed of evil embedded in him “will not be able to conform
to this admonition.” That is, one who has the seed of evil embedded in
him shall not be able to conform this admonition. May God Almighty grant us all the ability to fulfil the rights of our Bai’at
with the Promised Messiah (as) and may we adhere to his instructions
and fulfil his expectation from us. May we also avail of as much
benefit as possible from this Jalsa and thereby improve our religious,
spiritual, intellectual conditions and then may we continue to remain
established upon these virtuous deeds. 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. Whomsoever He guides on the
right path, none can misguide him; and whosoever He declares misled,
none can guide him onto the right path. And we bear witness that none deserves
to be worshipped except Allah. We bear witness that Muhammad
is His servant and Messenger. O servants of Allah! May
Allah be merciful to you. Verily, Allah commands you to act with
justice, to confer benefits upon each other and to do good to others as
one does to one ‘s kindred and forbids evil which
pertain to your own selves and evils which affect others and prohibits
revolts against a lawful authority. He warns you against being unmindful. You remember Allah; He
too will remember you; call Him and He will make
a response to your call. And verily divine remembrance
is the highest virtue.