The Sunnah it is not understood with intellect and desires rather it is following and abandoning your desires! – Shaykh Adil Mansoor

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

It is incumbent upon us to accept the Sunnah, and must not oppose it with analogy nor our opinions. Today, opposing the Sunnah with intellect or opinions is common in Islamic schools and amongst the Islamic callers and different Islamic parties.

That which is incumbent is that we accept it and we submit to it. There is only one condition, which is the narration should be authentic. Thus, when the narration is authentic it is incumbent upon you to accept it and to submit to it, if you understand it , then this is Allah’s bounties. But if it is difficult upon your heart to understand the a hadeeth, then refer it back to individuals who explain it to you and explain the Sunnah, or ask the Ulemah (scholars) about it. You should likewise ask Allah to guide you to the correct understanding.

Do not oppose the narrations with your opinions. (Then the Shaykh Adil Mansoor explains the wording of Imaam Ahmad Rahmahullaah)

The Sunnah it is not understood with intellect and desires rather it is following and abandoning your desires!

Posted from : Usool as Sunnah Lesson 2 By Shaykh Adil Mansoor Hafiduallah / Translated By Mustafa George DeBerry.

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