Six Narrations For Every Pious Wife

Narration 1)

The Prophet (saw) said: “It is not allowed for a woman to fast in the presence of her husband except with his permission except for Ramadhaan. And she may admit no one to his house except with his permission.” [Bukhaaree & others]

Narration 2)

The Prophet (saw) said: ”Whenever a man calls his wife to their bed but he refuses to come, letting him spend the night angry with her, she is cursed by the angels until morning.

In another narration: “… until she relents (i.e. goes to him).“ In yet another narration: “… until he forgives her.” [Bukhaaree, Muslim and others]

Narration 3)

The Prophet (saw) said: ”By the One in whose Hand is the soul of Muhammad, no woman has fulfilled her obligations to her Lord until she has fulfilled her obligations to her husband – even if he were to ask for herself when she is mounted in the saddle, she would not refuse his request.” [Ibn Maajah, Ahmad and others: Saheeh]

Narration 4)

The Prophet (saw) said: ”Every time a woman annoys her husband in this life, his wife among the Al-Hoor Al-’Een say, ‘Do not annoy him, may Allaah fight you! He is nothing but a guest with you, and he is very nearly about to be seperated from you and come to us! ” [Tirmidhee, Ibn Maajah, and others: Saheeh]

Narration 5)

On the authority of Husain Ibn Mushan who said: My aunt narrated to me, saying:

I came to the prophet (saw) for some need of mine. He said, “You there, are you married?

I said, “Yes.”

He said, “How are you towards your husband?

I said, “I do not fall short in anything except that which I am unable to do.

The Prophet (saw) said, “Well, look to your position in relation to him, for it is the key to Paradise and Hell.“ [Tabaraanee, Ibn Maajah, and Ahmad: Saheeh]

Narration 6)

The Prophet (saw) said: ”If a woman prays the five prayers, guards her private parts, and obeys her husband, she will enter Paradise from any door she wishes.” [Tabaraanee, Ibn Hibbaan and others: Saheeh]

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