The three areas to focus on during Ramadan: remembrance, reflection, and behavior modification.
Passing the course of Ramadan and having a meaningful purpose in life.
Reviewing the previous weeks to close Ramadan.
Islam’s Uniqueness: The concept of deity, the Holy Quran, the Messenger
Continuing ‘Uniqueness of Islam” from the previous week’s sermon and the responsibility of Muslims.
The significance of the Hijra in Islam.
Reflection of a trip to Hajj and the implications on the Ummah.
Why we need to be revived and reminded about God.
The viability of Muslim organizations depends on keeping the balance between the past, present, and the future. The five actions to be taken to make Islam relevant.
Muslims living in homogenous non-Muslim societies compared to Muslims living in a pluralistic American society. Why is it unique?
How acquiring materialistic needs, rather than wisdom and spiritual needs, leads to misery. A series of questions to ask ourselves to test our commitment.
A continuation of the previous week’s Khutba. How we should change the status quo.
Dr. Hathout emphasizes the importance of reading the Quran on a continuous basis and not just during Ramadan.
The concept of accountability in the Quran: How is it unique to Islam? Dr. Hathout compares the theology of the Day of Judgment in religions.
Points to ponder for the preparation of the Hajj.
- Prophet Ibrahim
- Generations after Prophet Ibrahim
After a recent earthquake, Dr. Hathout reminds people how life is not permanent and discusses Islam’s emergency kit for the hereafter.