Assalamu 'Alaykum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuhu ASALATU WASALAMU ALAYKA YA RASULLALLAH
Kalimah E Tayyiba is the key to paradise. Who ever has this key will enter paradise
Hazrat Mu'az Radiallaho Ta'ala 'Anhu narrates that Rasool Allah Sallallaho 'Alaihi Wasallam said, " To say Laa Ilaha Illal Laah Muhammad Ur Rasool Allah is the key to paradise." (Ahmed) My Beloved Prophet Sallallaho 'Alaihi Wasallam's beloved devotees, this hadith tells us that those who do not have faith will not enter paradise. Paradise is for believers, it is for those that believe and recite the kalimah. He who recites it with sincerity, stays firm on it and leaves this world in that state, will be deserving of paradise.
The kalimah has been called the key to paradise so that those that recite it would realise and know that if we stay firm on this the Allah Ta'ala will grant us this great bounty (Ne'mah), which we have never seen, and which is impossible to emulate or copy in this world. Therefore, together with the remembrance of Allah Ta'ala, have faith in the bounties of Allah Ta'ala. May Allah Ta'ala guide us all. Aameen
Bismillah-hir-Rahmaan-nir-Raheem Assalaatu Wassalaamu Alayka Yaa Sayyadi Yaa Rasulallah Sallal Laahu Ta'alaa Alaihe Wa Aalehi Wa Sallam
Subhaanallah! Jazaak Allah Zuhair Bhay! The Key to Paradise is in fact the Kalimah E Tayyiba. Allah Subhaanahu Wa Ta'alaa created Jannah below the Divine Throne. For this reason our Madani Aaqa Sayyidinah Rasulullah has said: "The roof of Jannah is the base of the Divine throne. And Paradise was created with all manners of delights, known and unknown marvels, and gushing streams of the waters of Kafur and Salsabil, of Milk and Wine and Honey." On the Blessed Night of Mi'raj Shareef our Beloved Nabi Sayyadinah Hazrat Muhammad Mustapha was shown four rivers streaming by seperately and yet springing from a common source. This source was housed underneath a dome.
Sayyadinah Rasulullah asked Hazrat Jibrail Alayhis Salaam: "What is under this dome?"
Hazrat Jibrail Alayhis Salaam answered: "Ya Rasulullah , You have the Key. It is Laailaaha Ill' Allah, Muhammad-ur-Rasul-ullah."
He spoke these words and entered into the dome where He saw a river springing from each one of the walls. Around the circumference of the dome was written, Bismillah-ir-Rahmaan-ir-Rahim. From the eye of the first mim sprang the river of Milk, out of the mouth of the he of Allah the river of Wine, from the eye of the second mim flowed the river of Honey, and out of the last mim (Rahim) the waters of Salsabil. Hazrat Jibrail Alayhis Salaam explained that Allah Subhaanahu Wa Ta'alaa would reward all those who say Bismillah-ir-Rahmaan-ir-Rahim with a draught from those paradise streams.
Ref: The Lore of Light.
Sallalaahu Alan Nabiyyil Ummiyi Wa Alaa Aalehi Wa Sallama Salaatanw Wa Salaaman Alaika Yaa Rasulallah.[/b]