20 Inspiring Jesus Christ (PBUH) Quotes

1. The World in Jesus Christ (PBUH)'s View

This world is a bridge, pass it and don't get attached. 

Sheikh al-Mufid, Al-Amali, p.43.

2. You Reap What You Sow

Everyone is after the reward [that comes at the end], and no one will get it except through hard work. 

Mizan al-Hikma, hadith no. 22083.


3. The Lasting Lights


Good for the ones who pray at the heart of the night; those are the ones who will inherit a lasting light. 

Tuhaf al-Uqul, p.510.

4. Faithfulness in Jesus Christ (PBUH)'s View


A tree is perfected only through giving fruit, as faithfulness is only accomplished through avoiding what is forbidden (Haram). 


Tuhaf al-Uqul, p.511.

5. Beware of Your Eyes


Be careful about what you are looking at since the mere act of looking [at something inappropriate] will put the seed of desire in your heart, which would later turn into a disaster. 

Tuhaf al-Uqul, p.502. 

6. Most Cherished Ones


Good for the ones who make amends among people; those are the most cherished on the Day of Judgement.

Tuhaf al-Uqul, p.501. 


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7. Servants of This World


O' servants of the world! You are like a lamp that gives light to people and burns itself instead. 


Tuhaf al-Uqul, Hadith no.500324.

8. Modesty in Private and Public


As you present modesty and humbleness among people in public, be modest and humble with regard to God in private.


Tuhaf al-Uqul, Hadith no.500325.

9. A Fruitful Heart in Jesus Christ (PBUH)'s View


Verily, planting is only possible on arable land, not a barren one. Similarly, wisdom only grows in a humble and ready heart, not an arrogant and prejudiced one. 


Tuhaf al-Uqul, Hadith no.500332.


10. Practice Makes Perfect


Everyone looks upon the stars, but none finds his/her way using them, except the one who knows their places and how they work. Similarly, you will learn wisdom, but only the one who practices wisdom will be guided.


Tuhaf al-Uqul, Hadith no.500336.


11. Inappropriate Words' Echoes 


Any offensive and inappropriate word that you say today will be responded later on the Day of Judgement.


Tuhaf al-Uqul, Hadith no.500341.


12. Patience in Jesus Christ (PBUH)'s Words


Water puts the fire out, just as patience calms anger down.


Tuhaf al-Uqul, Hadith no.500347.


13. Perfect Faith as Jesus Christ (PBUH) Describes 


Water and soil are the determining factors for a good harvest, just as knowledge and manner are the keys to perfect faith. 


Tuhaf al-Uqul, Hadith no.500350.


14. Don't Be Just After this World 


The one who is only after this world is like a person drinking seawater; the more he drinks, the more he gets thirsty and finally will bring him death. 


Warram b. Abi Firas al-Hilli, Tanbih al-khawatir wa nuzhat al-nawazir, vol.1, p.149.

15. This World and The World that Is to Come


Jesus Christ (PBUH) said to the apostles: "As much as you get tired in this world, you will rest in the other world, and as much as you rest in this world, you'll get exhausted on the world that is to come."


Ismaiil Jawuhari Farabi, Al-Sahah, vol.1, p.225.


16. The Root of All Evil


Beware that the root of all evil lies in loving this world extremely. 


Warram b. Abi Firas al-Hilli, Tanbih al-khawatir wa nuzhat al-nawazir, vol.1, p.129.


17. Water and Fire


Loving this world and striving for the other world cannot come together in a believer's heart, as water and fire cannot be put together on a plate. 


Warram b. Abi Firas al-Hilli, Tanbih al-khawatir wa nuzhat al-nawazir, vol.1, p.131.


18. God's Friends 


If you want to be among God's friends and chosen ones, be kind to the one who does you wrong, and forgive the one who has done you an injustice, and greet the one who turns his face from you.


Tuhaf al-Uqul, p.503.


19. A Magnificent Person 


Whoever knows and brings what he knows into practice and teaches others, is considered a magnificent person in Allah's regard.


Warram b. Abi Firas al-Hilli, Tanbih al-khawatir wa nuzhat al-nawazir, vol.1, p.82.


20. The Most Wretched One


The most wretched among you is the one who is only known by his/her knowledge, not his/her deeds. 


Bihar al-Anvar, vol.2, p.52.