The Prophet (sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) was asked: How does Allaah give life to the dead, and what is the sign of that in His creation? The Prophet (sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) said: Have you not passed by your family's barren river? The man said: Yes. He said: And then you passed by it being full of life and green? The man said: Yes. The Prophet (Sallallaahu 'Alayhi Wa Sallam) said: He[Allaah] also gives life to the dead, and that is His sign in His creation. [Related by Ahmad, Abu Daawood, and Ibn Maajah. It was authenticated by Shaykh Al Albaanee in Saheehul Jaami' (1/420). See Tafseer Ibn Katheer (2/208) for an explanation of this hadeeth.]
Al-'Allaamah Ibn Abil 'Izz al-Hanafee said: The Creator who brought into being, the heavens, and the earth, with all their majesty, and unimaginable vastness, and magnificence, is most surely able to resurrect the dead with ease, and return them to their original state. [Sharhul Aqeedatit Tahaawiyyah (p. 146)]
By Abū al-ʿAbbās Mūsá Richardson
A khutbah delivered by the noble brother, Mūsá Richardson, (2015/02/20) giving a vivid description of the questioning on the day of judgement. The sermon discusses the idea of "killing time", the exact opposite of what a believer should do, which is to take advantage of health and time, to gain good deeds and fill one's life with reward. Abū al-ʿAbbās incurs the audience to participate in the activities of the masjid and to seek knowledge, so they can know how to enact good deeds, according to the sunnah.
By Abu Uways
A bold khutbah describing those who will be under Allaah's Shade on the Day there will be no shade except His shade.
By Yoosuf Ibn ’Abdullaah al-Waabil
A brief discourse covering some narrations about the major signs of the Hour and the Fire which will gather the people.
By Abū ʿAbdillāh Ḥasan al-Ṣumālī
Our noble brother Ḥasan al-Ṣumālī (hafiz̩ahullāh) gives a beautiful reminder regarding the inevitable and inescapable journey that all must traverse towards death and the hereafter; a journey which is a delight and a pleasure for the believer, and horror and torment for the disbeliever.
By Abu 'Abdullaah Hasan as-Sumaalee
The day when a person will wish there is a great distance between himself and his evil deeds, the day of judgement.