One day in Tablighi Jamaat :An Arab Brother Narrative of Experiences

The following is the days and night spending time in Tablighi Jamaat.

Start of our Day in Jamaat……………... ……………...(A personal narrative of one day Jamaat by an Arab Brother with some sentence and spelling correction with Jazakallhu Khair)

Alhamdulillah almost all of us Wakes up for Tahajjud and offered Rikats as per taufeeq of Allah . (Qiyamul Lail) (This is very important Sunnah of Prophet (s.a.w). No one is forced to wake up in Jamaat but the virtues of Tahajjud are told on daily basis after Isha after reading Hayathu Sahaba. These virtues bring a self instinct and urge to wake up to stand infront of our lord. Allah most beloved Hazrat Muhammad Sallallahu Alahi wasallim used to stand daily in night. So with this virtue session, you know it's like we feel a prayer can never be misses)
Some of us will also recite the Holy Quran. By the time the Azaan of Fajr will be and we get ready for Salat.
Then We offer Fajr Salat with Takbeer e oolaa. Rather throughout the Jamaat, we  try our best to catch the First Takbeer.(Takbeer e Oola, when Imam do first Takbeer Joining at prayer at that time).  There is a Saheeh Hadith which says one who prays 40 days in Jamaah getting first Takbeer will be saved from two things, Nifaq and Hell fire.
Once in Masjid Nawawi, someone asked Shakh Abubakar Al-JAzairi (the teacher there after Magrib) if this Hadeeth is true. He said it's correct and the Ahbaab (they call this in Arab for brothers involved in Tabligh) are putting in practical. (Those outside needs really hard effort to fulfill this great virtue).

After Fajr, some of us will talk among us  in between about Imaan and Yaqeen. Then there will be given individual time for Infaradi Aamaal. we all try finish the Azkaar of Morning, the Tasbeeh etc. Then prays two Rakaat Dhuha or Ishraaq. (This is also very imprtant Sunnah)

Then we sit for Mashoora (This is also a great Sunnah of our beloved Prophet (s.a.w). There is a chapter called Surah Shura in the Glorious Quran. Our beloved Prophet (sa..w) used to do Mushawara with even the common Sahabi (r.a). Just ask how many of us use this Sunnah in our daily basis. Mashoora will have an Ameer and everyone should say his opinion which is best for Deen and finally whatever Ameer decides is obeyed. (Obeying is only for good couse). In Jamaah, the Mashoora is to utilize the time in the best of manners.

Then Jamaats are taken out for Muulaqat Khass (This is also from the tradtion of Rasulullah (s.a.w), when he visited Taif, he first met the important person of that locality).

After that we sit for Taleem, Quran Halqa with muzakra and reading from Ahadith learning one another with Tajweed,

After Zuhr also there will be talks between the Jamaah about Emaan Yaqeen and Dawah.

we will take lunch together with sunnah method of eating and drinking.After Asar its again time for Azkar of evening and Tasbeeh. A small portion of Quran is also recited individually to least finish one Juzz.)

Then there is the time of Mulaqat Aam (Gasht or Jowla they call). This also part of efforts of Rasulullah. Perhaps the first effort of Deen which he did at Makkah. To go aorund the markets and common people to tell them 'The greatness of Allah' About the hereafter and try to bring them to Mosque and for the Aam Bayan after Maghrib.

Then after Isha, we read the Hayathu Sahaba (The lives of Prophet and  Sahaba), since they are our role models. Reading their lives increases Imaan and get ride of Nifaaqs. Sahaba (r.a) had Imaan as strong as Mountains and their sacrifice is something we can hardly imagine. So when we hear their efforts and sacrifice of Allah's Deen, what we all doing in collectively in nothing in comparison.
Before going to sleep and before meal, we remind one another the Sunnah ways of sleeping, eating and drinking and the virtues of Tahajjud

This is one day…………

Back at home, he gets the same Tarteeb in his life.

Tahajjud, Fajr in Jamaah, Dhuha prayer, recitation of Azkar, Quran, Dhuhr in Jamaah, Sunnah of eating, dress, cloths etc. Visiting a brother for the sake of Allah. A readiness to leave the things of this world upon the call for Deena and on matters of Akhirath.