Achieving Tawheed or genuine belief in the Oneness of Allah can only be done by testifying that there is no god but Allah and that Prophet Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah. How can one attain Tawheed or genuine belief in the Oneness of Allaah and act upon it if he does not know or understand it? Allah says in the Quran (with an English translation),
“……Arise,” then arise; Allah will raise those who have believed among you and those who were given knowledge by degrees. And Allah is Acquainted with what you do.
Acquiring knowledge of Allah is the most crucial obligation of every Muslim because Allah ordered seeking knowledge, especially learning about Him, even before the declaration of the Shahadah.
The Highest level of Tawheed
In a lengthy but beautiful hadith, Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) has mentioned those who have the highest level of Tawheed. They are the seventy thousand who will enter Paradise without being brought to account.
The seventy thousand who will enter Paradise without being brought to account
It was narrated from Ibn’ Abbaas (may Allaah be pleased with him) that Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “The nations were shown to me, and I saw a Prophet with a group of men, a Prophet with one or two men, and a Prophet with no one with him.
Then a vast crowd was shown to me, and I thought they were my ummah, but it was said to me, ‘This is Moosa and his people. But look at the horizon.’ I looked, and there was a huge crowd. Then it was said to me: ‘Look at the other horizon,’ There was another huge crowd. It was said to me: ‘This is your ummah, and among them are seventy thousand who will enter Paradise without being called to account or punished.'”
Who would enter Paradise?
Then he got up and went into his house, and the people started discussing those who would enter Paradise without being called to account or punished. Some said: Perhaps they were the ones who accompanied Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him). Some said: Perhaps they were those born in Islam and did not associate anything with Allaah. And they mentioned several ideas.
Then Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) came out. He said: “What are you discussing?” They told him. He said: “They are the ones who did not perform ruqyah or ask others to do so. They did not believe in omens and did not use cautery. They put their trust in their Lord.” ‘Ukkaashah ibn Mihsan stood up and said: Pray to Allaah to make me one of them. He said: “You will be one of them.” Another man stood up and said: Pray to Allaah to make me one of them. He said: “‘Ukkaashah has beaten you to it.” 
Acquire the right knowledge of Tawheed.
One of the most important ways to achieve this is by acquiring the proper Tawheed knowledge with a firm and deeply-rooted belief. This knowledge, together with a strong understanding of other pillars of Iman and the true meaning of Islam and Ihsan, should be taught to all Muslims as early as possible, preferably during childhood.
This is why Knowledge Dunes created lesson plans on these crucial topics to share ideas with interactive and exciting ways to deliver this knowledge to all, especially the children.
We have revised this product, ‘The Blissful Heart.’ It contains 5 lesson plans. We have designed it to help teachers deliver knowledge on the famous hadith Jibril on Iman, Islam, and Ihsan combined with the Pillars of Iman. It is suitable for children aged ten years old and above. You can print for use with as many students that you have.
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‘The Blissful Heart’ consists of the following:
- 5 Lesson Plans
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- Three engaging Worksheets on topics of Islam, Iman, and Ihsan
- An Evaluation Worksheet on the topic Islam, Iman, and Ihsan
- Hands-On Practical Activity Suggestions
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- Relevant Islamic history, Quranic Ayah, and ahadith related to the issues.
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 Surah Al Mujadilah:11
 Saheeh al-Bukhaari (5705) and Saheeh Muslim (220)