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POWER OF SUBMISSIVENESS (POS) 1C

Both men and women are descendants of Adam. Piety and Righteousness are what determines who is truly better than the other. Husband’s rights are set by Allaah to guarantee the well-being and success of the Marriage and the family. The difference between a submissive WIFE and a slave WIFE is hidden in the man’s intentional expectations and the woman’s interpretation of motives in the Marriage. To ensure that this unspoken suspicion does not arise, the DIVINE BOOKS (Quran and Hadith) required that both husband and wife should first submit to one another in the Fear of Allaah.

“This will then brings the usual question of which comes first, WIFE’S SUBMISSIVENESS to inspire the HUSBAND’S SELFLESS LOVE; or the expressed husband’s love that would bring the wife spiritual bow in SUBMISSION?”

Most times, this is easily denied a motion by husband and wife, but it is usually the hidden point of conflict. A man is compulsorily established to be kind towards his wife through a divine command. Rosulullaah showed LOVE to his wives and that made them SUBMISSIVE. Suratun-Nisaa verse 19. What have you shown Sir/Ma?

Allaah, the Author of Marriage being the Wise One, to balance the Marriage equation, invented husband and wife interdependent in roles. He made the men head of the family with power and authority to lead and direct the family but gave the wisdom for managing and building the home to the women (Rabbatul Bayt). Thinking of a wife equal to her husband (with all due respect) is a lack of wisdom. Allaah tied women’s Al-Jannah with her submission to the husband’s authority. She is required to obey him and exert her utmost effort to fulfil his needs in a way that makes him satisfied and thankful. This is supported by the Hadith where the Prophet said:

“If the woman performs the five daily prayers, fasts the month of Ramadan maintains her chastity and obeys her husband, she will enter the Paradise of her Lord.” Likewise, Allah The Exalted Says (what means): {But if they obey you [once more], seek no means against them.} [Quran 4:34]

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