A man said to Zuhayr bin Nu’aym رحمه الله:
“Do you advise me with anything?”
He رحمه الله said:
“Yes. Beware of Allāh taking you while you’re in a state of being heedless.”
[Sifah As-Safwah of Ibn Al-Jawzī 2/229]
Khutbah Al-Jumu’ah at 96st Masjid
The Prophet ﷺ said:
“Let not one of you beat his wife like she’s a slave and then go to her at the end of the day to have relations with her.”
The scholars have mentioned that this type of behavior is contradictory to love.
The Messenger of Allāh ﷺ said:
“Whoever is pleased that he loves Allāh and His Messenger, let him read the Mushaf.”
[Sahīh Al-Jāmi’ 6289]
Reading the Qurān is a cause for one to love Allāh and His Messenger ﷺ. So the more the person reads the Qurān, the greater the love.
Shaykhul-Islām Ibn Taymiyyah رحمه الله stated:
“It’s not permissible for anyone to despair from the mercy of Allāh even if his sins are catastrophic.”
[Majmu’ Al-Fatāwā 16/19]
The Noble Scholar Shaykh Al-Bashīr Al-Ibrāhīmī رحمه الله stated:
“O Muslims, indeed the bond of marriage is a serious bond. Those who are noble preserve it and those who are corrupt play around with it.”
قال الشيخ البشير الإبراهيمي رحمه الله :
أيها المسلمون: إن عقدة الزواج عقدة مؤكدة، يحافظ عليها الأحرار، ويتلاعب بها الفجّار
Wahb bin Munabbih رحمه الله stated:
“Memorize three things from me:
●Beware of (evil) desires that are followed.
●Beware of (having) an evil companion.
●Beware of (being) a person who is amazed with himself.”
[Siyar A’lām An-Nubalā 4/548]
قال وهب بن منبه : احفظوا عني ثلاثاً : إياكم وهوىً متبعاً، وقرين سوءٍ، وإعجاب المرء بنفسه
[سير أعلام النبلاء ( ٥٤٨/٤) ]