Prophet (PBUH) said, “Protect yourself from hell-fire even by giving a piece of date as charity” (Muslim)
Prophet (PBUH) Said, "Whoever builds a mosque for Allah, Allah will build for him a house like it in Paradise.” [Al-Bukhari]
Sadaqah Jariyah (Sadaqa Jariya) describes charitable acts that are both voluntary and ongoing, to benefits others for today and for the future, too. These acts hold more rewards for the recipients, and, as such, can benefit the donor with increased rewards.
The Benefits of Sadaqah (Sadaqa) in Islam
In Islam, there are many Sadaqah Jariyah (Sadaqa Jariya) ahadith that describe the benefits of these acts. It is believed by many that the reward for these acts is so great that is can continue long after an individual has passed, so long as the benefits of the act continue to be felt by others.
In fact, many choose to perform acts of Sadaqah Jariyah (Sadaqa Jariya) on behalf of their ill or deceased loved ones in order for the ongoing rewards to benefit the deceased in their Hereafter.
Sadaqah is given from the heart with the purest intentions and because it is not compulsory, you can give Sadaqah or Sadaqah Jariyah at any time.
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