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Muhammad Ibn AbdulWahhab رحمه الله began his book Al Qawaa’id Al-Arba’a with the following Du’aa’ and Sheikh Salih Al Fawzan explained it. From it, we can deduce the description of the student of knowledge:
“I ask Allah, the Most Generous, Lord of the great Throne to take care of (protect) you in this world and the hereafter. And (I ask Allah) to make you blessed wherever you are. And (I ask Allah) to make you of those who are grateful when provided, patient when tested, and of those who repent when they fall into a sin, for these three issues are the core of happiness.”
The most important thing a person should focus on when studying ‘Aqeedah is Belief in Allah. If you spend your entire life studying the names, attributes, and actions of Allah, and die upon it, it will be sufficient for you to enter Paradise. Because the purpose behind our existence in life is to know Allah, and when we know Him, to accordingly worship Him.
Sheikh AbdulRazaq Al Badr advised the Students of Knowledge saying:
Imaam Ahmad رحمه الله stated:
“(There) is nothing equal to knowledge, for the one who makes his intention correct (i.e. sincere).”
[Aadaab Ash-Sharee’ah’ 2/45, by Ibn Muflih رحمه الله]
Acquiring knowledge, like any other action, requires a good intention; it requires sincerity. And just like any other action – it may be directed to the wrong gate by the person having different intentions like seeking knowledge for the sake of fame or just for the sake of associating with people.
These intentions corrupt seeking knowledge, which is a very noble act with Allah.
Seeking Knowledge will not be in the cause of Allah (في سبيل الله) except if the intention is purely for Allah.