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Hadrat Sayyiduna Abu Zarr – may Allah be pleased with him – narrates that the Holy Prophet – may Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him – stated, “I am aware of the person who will be the first to enter Jannah and I am also aware of that person who will be the last to be removed from the Fire of Hell.”

 

He also mentioned, “On the Day of Judgement, a person will be presented and it will be told (to the Angels) to present his minor sins and to hide his major sins. This person will accept his sins and will not refute it but he will be extremely afraid of his major sins. Allah Almighty will then Command that for every sin, the person should be rewarded with a good deed. The person will then say that there are many other sins of his which is unable to see at this moment.” Hadrat Sayyiduna Abu Zarr – may Allah be pleased with him – mentions that when the Holy Prophet – may Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him – mentioned these words, he smiled so broadly that his beard became visible. (Tirmidhi Shareef, Hayaat As Sahaabah)

 

Hadrat Sayyiduna Abdullah in Mas’ud – may Allah be pleased with him – narrates that the Holy Prophet – may Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him – had stated that, “I am also aware of the person who will be the last to be removed from the Fire of Hell. He will be someone who will appear scrapping his back. He will be told to enter Jannah. When he enters Jannah, he will notice that much of the space in Jannah has been taken by others. He will then return and say, ‘O my Lord! All the houses have become occupied.’ He will be told to make a wish and when he makes a wish, he will be informed, “What you have wished, ten times more than the world and your wish will be giving to you.” The person will then say, “O my Lord, you are joking with me even though You are the Supreme Being, (there is no more place in Jannah).”

 

The narrator mentions that when the Holy Prophet – may Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him – mentioned these words, he smiled so broadly, that his beard became visible. (Tirmidhi, Hayaat As Sahaabah, Sahih Bukhari)

 

 

 

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