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6 Cara Setan + Iblis Menjerumuskan Kita ke Jurang Dosa

Assalamua’laikum wr.wb.
Saya mau beritahu JURUS SETAN yang bisa
mengalahkan NARUTO & SASUKE hahaha…

Ibnul Qayyim menyebutkan dalam kitab Al-Bada’iul Fawaaid di akhir juz kedua sebagai berikut:

“Sesungguhnya setan
mengajak manusia kepada enam perkara. Ia baru melangkah kepada perkara
kedua bila perkara pertama tidak berhasil dilakukannya”.
1. Mengajaknya berbuat syirik dan kekufuran. Jika
berhasil melakukan ini cara, berarti IBLIS telah menang dan tidak sibuk lagi dengannya.

2. Jika tidak berhasil, setan akan mengajaknya
berbuat bid’ah. Jika
sudah terjerumus ke sini, maka IBLIS akan membuat bid’ah itu “beautiful” di mata kita, hingga kita rela
dan setan pun
membuatnya puas
dengan bid’ah itu. kayak lagunya CheeryBelle. 😀

3. Jika nggak berhasil juga, setan akan
menjerumuskan-nya ke dalam dosa-dosa besar.

4. Atau, setan akan
menjerumuskannya ke dalam dosa-dosa kecil.

5. Kalo masih kebal juga, setan akan
menyibukkannya dengan perkara-perkara mubah
hingga ia lupa beribadah.

6. Jika tidak mempan juga, setan akan membuainya dengan perkara-perkara
kurang penting hingga ia abaikan perkara-perkara
terpenting.

Jika gagal juga, maka
setan akan melakukan
tipu daya terakhir,
jarang orang yang
selamat darinya hingga para nabi dan rasul sekalipun. Yaitu
mengerahkan bala
tentaranya dari jenis
manusia untuk
menyerang orang-
orang yang berpegang teguh dengan agamanya.

Semoga bermanfaat bagi para pembaca.
Wassalamualaikum wr.wb.

Jurus Hebat Menjauhi Bid’ah

Assalamua’laikum
Warohmatullahi
Wabarokatuh…
sebelumnya nih, saya mau mempersembahkan yang sesuatu banget (Syahrini bilang tuh) kayak gini nih: ‘Aliy bin Ja’d rahimahullah berkata :
ﻭَﺳَﻤِﻌْﺖُ ﻳَﺤْﻴَﻰ ﺑْﻦَ ﻳَﻤَﺎﻥٍ، ﻳَﻘُﻮﻝُ:
ﺳَﻤِﻌْﺖُ ﺳُﻔْﻴَﺎﻥَ، ﻳَﻘُﻮﻝُ” : ﺍﻟْﺒِﺪْﻋَﺔُ
ﺃَﺣَﺐُّ ﺇِﻟَﻰ ﺇِﺑْﻠِﻴﺲَ ﻣِﻦَ ﺍﻟْﻤَﻌْﺼِﻴَﺔِ،
ﺍﻟْﻤَﻌْﺼِﻴَﺔُ ﻳُﺘَﺎﺏُ ﻣِﻨْﻬَﺎ، ﻭَﺍﻟْﺒِﺪْﻋَﺔُ ﻻ ﻳُﺘَﺎﺏُ
ﻣِﻨْﻬَﺎ ”
Dan aku telah mendengar Yahyaa bin Yamaan berkata :
Aku mendengar Sufyaan (Ats-Tsauriy) berkata :
“Bid’ah lebih disenangi Iblis daripada maksiat. Maksiat dapat diharapkan bertaubat darinya, sedangkan bid’ah susah untuk diharapkan bertaubat darinya” [Al-
Musnad hal. 748 no. 1885].

Kalo kita lihat – lihat “Pelaku maksiat” lebih mungkin untuk bertaubat kepada Allah ta’ala dari perbuatannya, karena tahu bahwa ia sudah melakukan perbuatan KELIRU dan DOSA.

Berbeda halnya dengan pelaku bid’ah yang menganggap baik perbuatannya dan berkeyakinan Allah ta’ala mencintai perbuatannya.

Padahal setan-lah yang menghiasi perbuatan bid’ah
tersebut hingga nampak indah di matanya. Allah ta’ala
berfirman :
ﺃَﻓَﻤَﻦْ ﺯُﻳِّﻦَ ﻟَﻪُ ﺳُﻮﺀُ ﻋَﻤَﻠِﻪِ ﻓَﺮَﺁﻩُ
ﺣَﺴَﻨًﺎ ﻓَﺈِﻥَّ ﺍﻟﻠَّﻪَ ﻳُﻀِﻞُّ ﻣَﻦْ ﻳَﺸَﺎﺀُ
ﻭَﻳَﻬْﺪِﻱ ﻣَﻦْ ﻳَﺸَﺎﺀُ
“Maka apakah orang yang dijadikan (setan)
menganggap baik
pekerjaannya yang buruk lalu dia meyakini pekerjaan
itu baik, (sama dengan orang yang tidak ditipu oleh setan) maka sesungguhnya Allah menyesatkan siapa yang dikehendaki-Nya dan menunjuk siapa yang dikehendakiNya” [QS. Faathir : 8].

para “bid’ah LOVER” nggak pernah menyadari saudara –
saudara
ﻧﺎ ﺃَﺳَﺪٌ، ﻧﺎ ﻣَﻬْﺪِﻱُّ ﺑْﻦُ ﻣَﻴْﻤُﻮﻥٍ، ﻋَﻦِ
ﺍﻟْﺤَﺴَﻦِ، ﻗَﺎﻝَ” : ﺻَﺎﺣِﺐُ ﺍﻟْﺒِﺪْﻋَﺔِ ﻻ
ﻳَﺰْﺩَﺍﺩُ ﺍﺟْﺘِﻬَﺎﺩًﺍ، ﺻِﻴَﺎﻣًﺎ ﻭَﺻَﻼﺓً، ﺇِﻻ
ﺍﺯْﺩَﺍﺩَ ﻣِﻦَ ﺍﻟﻠَّﻪِ ﺑُﻌْﺪًﺍ ”
Telah mengkhabarkan
kepada kami Asad : Telah mengabarkan kepada kami Mahdiy bin Maimuun, dari Al-Hasan (Al-Bashriy) :
“Tidaklah bertambah
kesungguhan pelaku bid’ah (ahlul-bid’ah) dalam perkara puasa dan shalat, kecuali akan bertambah jauh dari Allah” [Diriwayatkan oleh
Ibnu Wadldlah dalam Al-Bida’ no. 70; shahih].
LIHAT!!! MAKIN JAUH DAN JAAAUUUUHHHHHH… 😀

Karena itu jauhi perkara Bid’ah,

Berikut ini tips agar
terhindar dari bid’ah:
1. Jangan cuma ikut – ikut.
Paling baik baca Sanadnya (Shahih atau Hasan, kalo
nggak ada gituannya lihat perawinya, kalo nggak ada juga JANGAN IKUTI!!!)

2. Ikuti pengajian / tausiah yang membahas tentang
keshahihan HADIST atau KITAB tertentu. Kitab Kuning itu baik, tapi JANGAN CUMA ITU, ada banyak kok kitab lainnya. Misalnya Al Wajiz, Riyadhush
Shalihin, dll

3. Kalo belum bisa keduanya (atas: 1 & 2), paling mudah adalah pernah
dengar dari kerabat,
teman, ortu, dll.

Semoga bermanfaat bagi para pembaca Wassalamualaikum wr.wb.

Ciri Tumbuhan Kantong Semar dan Venus

Kantong Semar
Kantong Semar adalah tanaman pemakan serangga atau disebut insektivora. Pada waktu tertentu, bunga kantong semar mangeluarkan bau menyengat. Bau tersebut berguna untuk menarik perhatian serangga. Tanaman kantong semar mempunyai cairan khusus yang ada di dalam kantong. Cairan tersebut berguna untuk mencerna serangga yang terjebak. Hal ini menunjukkan bahwa tanaman kantong semar beradaptasi untuk memperoleh makanan.

Venus
Venus adalah tumbuhan pemakan serangga atau disebut insektivora. Daun venus berengsel dan berbulu. Daun itu terbuka menunggu serangga yang datang. Saat serangga menyentuh bulu-bulu peka pada daun, kedua bagian daun akan menutup dengan cepat. Kemudian, daun akan mencerna serangga dan menyerap nitrogennya.

electricity

Electricity has existed as lightning in the skies since the beginning of the universe, even before there was life on earth. Early cave people probably recognized the force of electricity when lightning struck. They might also have noticed the way amber attracts light objects, or the way certain fishes, such as the electric eel, stun their prey.
Discovering Static Electricity
Around 600 BCE, in Greece, a mathematician named Thales discovered that amber rubbed with animal fur attracted light objects. Even though other people may have noticed this before, Thales was the first to record his findings. We don’t have his writings, but from other people’s reports of his work we can guess at his experiments. We think that Thales noticed static electricity from polishing amber with a piece of wool or fur. After rubbing the amber, which created a static electric charge, other light objects such as straw or feathers stuck to the amber. At this time, magnetism was confused with static electricity.
Later, other experimenters discovered that other substances, such as diamonds, also attracted light objects the same way amber did. These substances are called insulators. They also discovered that other substances, such as copper, silver, and gold, did not attract anything, no matter how long the object was rubbed and no matter how light or heavy the other object was. These are called conductors because they let electricity flow through them.

Direction and Magnetism
About 300 years after Thales, a Chinese general named Huang-ti was supposed to be the first to use a lodestone as a compass. He might have had a polished piece of lodestone on a piece of wood so polished the stone could easily have turned to always point north. Another version of the story suggests that Huang-ti had a lodestone in a floating bowl. The lodestone would force the bowl to turn with it to face north. Chinese military commanders during the Han dynasty (206 B.C.E. to 220 C.E.) used compasses.

Compasses were used by generals and magicians (who had to find the right places for temples or burial sites) for hundreds of years before they were used on ships. Lodestones were not used for ship navigation until the 1200s, when Chinese navigators began to use a ship’s compass.
Many doctors during the time of Queen Elizabeth I of England (the late 16th century) were interested in magnetism. They thought magnets might have healing powers for the human body. William Gilbert invented a lightweight tool called a versorium that looked like a compass but didn’t use a magnetized needle. The pointer was balanced and would spin in reaction to magnetic attraction even if there wasn’t enough force to lift a light object. Nowadays we use a modern version of the versorium called the electroscope to study atomic particles. Gilbert also made up the term electricity. He called objects that attracted his versorium electrics and those that didn’t attract the tool nonelectrics.
New Inventions and Discoveries
In 1660, a German experimenter named Otto Von Guericke built the first electric generating machine. He showed that electricity could be transmitted by using a wet string to conduct electricity several feet.
In the early 1700s, several Englishmen published works that described interesting experiments with electricity. One, Francis Hauksbee, removed air from a glass globe and made the globe rotate while rubbing it with a wool cloth. The globe gave off such a bright light that Hauksbee could read large letters in a dark room. When it got hotter, it attracted light objects from a greater distance. Another experimenter, Stephen Gray, discovered conductivity. Gray found that an electric could transmit electricity through another body. He found that even water could be electrified. Charles Du Fay, in Paris, performed many experiments based on Gray’s work. He came to the conclusion that everything and everybody contained electricity, which we know is correct. The only thing he didn’t include, strangely enough, was lightning!
During the 18th century everyone was fascinated by electricity. Demonstrations of static electric generators were attractions at popular lectures. A mathematics teacher in Holland, Pieter Van Musschenbroek, invented a storage jar, called a Leyden jar, that showed that electricity could be stored for future use. Modern capacitors are based on the Leyden jar, and are used in radios, televisions, computers, and the flash for a camera.

Ben Franklin conducted his famous kite experiment in 1752. As a storm was about to break, Franklin flew a kite with a stiff wire pointing up that was attached to the top of the kite. He attached a metal key to the other end of the string, and let it hang close to a Leyden jar. Rain moistened the string, which began to conduct electricity. Sparks jumped from the key to the jar until the jar could not handle any more charges. Although there wasn’t any lightning yet, there was enough electricity in the air for Franklin to prove that electricity and lightning were the same thing. Franklin also proved that pointed rods conduct electricity better than balls do. He invented lightning rods and sold them throughout colonial America.
In Italy, in the late 1700s and early 1800s, two professors made some interesting discoveries. Luigi Galvani discovered that a dead frog’s muscles twitched when it was placed near an electrical machine. He conducted experiments to try to explain why a dead frog appeared to jump. Galvani thought the frog’s nerves contained the electricity. Alessandro Volta was interested in Galvani’s experiments but thought the electricity came from the metals, such as the steel knife or the metal table. Volta is best known for inventing the voltaic pile, now called an electric cell or battery, in 1800. He had made a stack of disks of zinc, acid- or salt-soaked paper, and copper. This was the first way to store and control the release of dynamic electricity. Volta did not know why his electric cell worked. The volt is named after Volta.
While others concentrated on generating electricity, Charles de Coulomb was the first person to measure the amount of electricity and magnetism generated in a circuit. We still call the unit of electrical charge a coulomb in his honor.
During the first half of the 19th century, Michael Faraday conducted experiments in England on electricity and magnetism. His work led to modern inventions such as the motor, generator, transformer, telegraph, and telephone. Faraday also created words we still used, including electrode, anode, cathode, and ion. He experimented with induction and discovered a way to generate a lot of electricity at once. We use his principle of electromagnetic induction for generating electricity today in electric utility plants. But, back then, Faraday was just interested in finding out why things behaved the way they did so he did not put his findings to any practical use.
Many other scientists in the first half of the 1800s contributed a lot to our modern uses of electricity. They include Andre Ampere, of France, who contributed to the measurement of electric current and who experimented with electromagnetism. Joseph Henry, an American, worked with electromagnetic induction, as did Faraday. Henry’s, Faraday’s, and Ampere’s work all contributed to the development of the telegraph. Karl Gauss created a set of units to measure the amount of magnetic induction. The unit is called a gauss. We degauss or demagnetize our computer monitors so that residual magnetism doesn’t spoil the image. Georg Ohm, a German, discovered the relationship among voltage, current and resistance in a circuit using direct current. The relationship is called Ohm’s Law.
Modern Light and Power
Thomas Alva Edison was an American inventor in the second half of the 19th century. He is best known for his invention of incandescent light bulbs in 1879. He experimented for a year to find the best material for a filament so the bulb would burn brighter and last longer. Edison wanted to bring light into every home and factory. He directed the operation of the first central commercial incandescent electric generating station in the country. It provided electricity to one square mile in New York City in 1882. The first day it operated only 52 customers wanted electricity. Edison’s generating station used only direct current (DC) because he thought that alternating current (AC) was dangerous.

One of Edison’s employees, Nikola Tesla, was an inventor from Croatia. Tesla wanted to develop an alternating current induction motor but Edison opposed it. Tesla set up his own laboratory and announced his invention in 1888. George Westinghouse hired Tesla to sell AC transmission, using Tesla’s induction motor, across America. Everyone but Edison agreed that AC was superior to DC. Even Edison’s own company, Edison Electric company–now called General Electric–switched to AC. All our electric motors today, such as fans, air conditioners, and refrigerators, run on principles set out by Tesla. Tesla also set the standard for the frequency of the transmission current, or the number of cycles per second. Today we still operate at 60 hertz.

Surat Einstein Tentang Tuhan Akan Dilelang

Albert Einstein
diakui sebagai fisikawan terbesar
di abad ke-20. Seorang jenius
yang dari pikirannya tercipta banyak ide brilian di bidang fisika dan matematika. Spesimen otaknya bahkan jadi obyek
penelitian para ilmuwan yang
ingin menguak kecerdasannya.
Selain otaknya itu, ada sebuah surat yang menguak pemikiran
Einstein. Tentang pertanyaan
manusia yang paling mendalam:
keberadaan Tuhan.
Surat pribadi yang ditulis Einstein,
tentang pandangannya tentang Tuhan dan agama akan dilelang
Senin 8 Oktober 2012 di eBay.
Dalam suratnya itu ia menyebut,
keputusan seseorang untuk memeluk agama dan meyakini
Tuhan adalah “kekanakan”, dan
anggapan bahwa Yahudi adalah
orang – orang terpilih sebagai “konyol”.
“Ini adalah obyek paling bersejarah dan penting yang
pernah dilelang dalam eBay,” kata Eric Gazin, direktur Auction
Cause, agensi lelang kepada LiveScience. “Kami sangat bangga
bisa menawarkan pada individu
atau organisasi sebuah dokumen
yang paling menarik dari abad ke-20. Surat pribadi Einstein yang
mengaitkan ilmu pengetahuan,
teologi, logika dan budaya.”
Surat itu ditulis tangan oleh Einstein untuk seorang filsuf
Yahudi, Eric B. Gutkind pada 3
Januari 1954, setahun sebelum kematian Einstein.
Sebagai
respon dari buku Gutkind, “Choose Life: The Biblical Call to
Revolt”.
“Bagiku, agama Yahudi sama
dengan agama lain, sebagai inkarnasi dari mitos yang kekanakan,”kata Einstein dalam
suratnya.
Ia juga tak melihat bangsa Yahudi sebagai orang-orang
terpilih, klaim mereka selama ini.
“Orang-orang Yahudi tidak punya
perbedaan kualitas dengan kelompok lainnya. Sejauh
pengalamanku, mereka juga
tidak lebih baik dari lainnya.”
Konteks surat Einstein adalah untuk membantah klaim Gutkind dalam bukunya, yang menyebut hipnotis massal merusak umat
manusia saat itu. Kecuali jiwa orang Yahudi, bahwa jiwa orang Israel tak bisa dihipnotis.
Jadi, apakah Einstein percaya Tuhan? Jawabannya, bisa ya, bisa juga tidak.
Dalam surat berbeda yang ditulis 24 Maret 1954, Einstein menulis, “Itu jelas sebuah kebohongan,
saat Anda membaca soal keyakinan agamaku. Sebuah
kebohongan yang diulang-ulang
secara sistematis,” tulis Einstein.
“Aku tak meyakini Tuhan secara
personal, juga tidak pernah menyangkalnya. Aku tak pernah menyatakannya secara jelas. Jika
ada sesuatu dalam diriku yang bisa disebut sebagai agama, itu adalah kekaguman tak terbatas pada struktur alam semesta, yang
bisa dijelaskan dengan ilmu
pengetahuan.”
Kembali ke suratnya pada Gutkind, Einstein menulis, “Tuhan tak lebih dari ekspresi dan
produk kelemahan manusia.”
Tulisan Einstein yang dikenal dengan ‘Surat Tuhan” bukan kali
pertamanya dilelang. Pada 2008,
seorang pembeli anonim membeli surat itu dari
Bloomsbury Auctions di London seharga US$$404 ribu, 25 kali
lipat dari harga yang ditawarkan, menurut artikel New York Times.
Harganya kini melonjak, nilai pembuka dalam lelang yang akan
dibuka 8 Oktober adalah US$3 juta.
Surat itu kini disimpan dalam
kondisi suhu lingkungan dengan
cahaya dan kelembaban yang
dikendalikan oleh sebuah institusi yang khusus merawat
koleksi warisan budaya.
Karena surat tersebut telah diketahui kalangan ilmuwan
selama 50 tahun, belum ada
pertanyaan soal keasliannya.
Amplop otentik surat itu memuat perangko dan cap pos dari Princeton, di mana Einstein tinggal hingga menghembuskan
nafas terakhirnya.

Sumber : vivanews.com