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Abd Al-Aziz Bin Muhammad Bin Saud (d. 1218) on Uluhiyyah and Seeking Intercession
Posted on Thursday, August 18, 2011
Abd Al-Aziz Bin Muhammad Bin Saud (d. 1218H) said:

That which is specifically designated upon every Muslim is to direct his concern and and his firm resolves in his affair to his Lord, the Blessed and Exalted, by turning towards Him, relying upon Him, and performing the right of servitude (uboodiyyah) to Allaah, the Mighty and Majestic. Thus, when he dies as a pure monotheist (muwahhid), his Prophet will seek to intercede with Allaah for him. Contrary to the one who neglects and abandons that, and falls into its opposite of turning to other than Allaah and relying upon him, hoping from him in [such affairs] whose existence is only found through Allaah...

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