30+ Islamic Marriage Quotes For Husband And Wife

1. Allah says “They(spouses) are Clothing for you and you are clothing for them”

“… They are Clothing for you and you are clothing for them.” Quran 2:187

When talking about marriage, Allah says your spouses are garments for you. A garment may or may not fit perfectly — but either way, it covers imperfections, protects, and beautifies.

2. Verily, women are the counterparts of men

۞ Hadith: Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) Said : “Verily, women are the counterparts of men.” [ Musnad Ahmad 25663]

This is an amazing blessing from Allah, The Most High. The relationship between a man and a woman as husband and wife is one based upon so many facets.

3. Marriage is the proper way to establishing correct and permissible relationships…

Marriage is the proper way to establishing correct and permissible relationships between men and women. Dr. Bilal Philips

4. Marriage is not weddings and hand-holding selfies…

A wedding is a day affair, it’s the marriage that is forever and in order to have a timeless and unbreakable bond, brothers and sisters should learn to follow various rights with respect to Islam. Learning to be dutiful and obedient to the husband and being loving and caring to the wife can go a long way to increase love and adoration for each other. This not only preserves the family but also protects the bond created by Allah from collapsing. #HalfOurDeen

5. One of the beautiful ways we worship Allah is through marriage

Love and mercy are important sentiments that brighten one’s life and give him a feeling of reassurance, security, and happiness. One of Allah’s great favors is the love and mercy that He instills among the married couple. [Dr. Bilal Philips]

6. Marriage has been ordained by Allah as the correct and legal way to produce children and replenish the earth.

Marriage has been ordained by Allah as the correct and legal way to produce children and replenish the earth. [Dr. Bilal Philips]

It is only through marriage that a relationship can grow and prosper by the Will of Allah. #IslamicMarriage #MarriageInIslam

7. Build your marriage on your faith in Allah, instead of your feelings …

Don’t build your marriage on your feelings that constantly change. Build your marriage on your faith in Allah. [Dr. Bilal Philips]

8. Love is something that should enrich your values, not compromise them.

If removing the Hijab is a condition for your marriage, avoid him. Love is something that should enrich your values, not compromise them. [Dr. Bilal Philips]

9. One of the greatest blessings a Muslim can receive in this world is a righteous and pious spouse

A spouse who will raise your children upon the Quran and Sunnah. A spouse who turns the home into a place of peace and tranquility where the worship of Allah is present all the time. May Allah grant all the Muslims a spouse like this. Ameen. [Dr. Bilal Philips]

“Righteous spouses assist one another in preserving their faith by offering help, support, and advice that enables them to obey Allah and abstain from sinning. Which is why the Prophet (pbuh) said that marriage is half of the religion.” [Dr.Bilal Philips]

10 Playing and joking around with your spouse

Sisters: You can play some jokes on your husband, but don’t lie or hurt his feelings. Men like to seek women who are lighthearted and have a sense of humor.

Brothers: Our Prophet (peace be upon him) told Jabir, may Allah be pleased with him, “Marry someone who makes you laugh and you make her laugh.”

11 One of the beautiful ways we worship Allah is through Marriage

Marriage in an Islamic context may be considered a right of worship enabling men to effectively submit his will to the Creator. Consequently the last Prophet of Allah was reported to have said, “When a servant of Allah marries, he is completing half of his religion or half of his religious obligations, and he must then fear Allah in order to complete the second half.”

Dr Bilal #Marriage #HalfOurDeen

12 Increase your knowledge as a couple | the rights of husbands and wives in Islam

An effective way for couples to increase their love for one another during Ramadan is to tune into Islamic lectures together about marriage in Islam, the rights of husbands and wives in Islam, and so forth. [Dr. Bilal Philips]

Increase your knowledge as a couple!

An effective way for couples to increase their love for one another during Ramadan is to tune into Islamic lectures together about marriage in Islam, the rights of husbands and wives in Islam, and so forth. Listening to Islamic lectures or reading Islamic material from books can be done together any time throughout the day, and is a great way to not only gain knowledge, but to also spend quality time together.

13. The Best among women She who pleases her husband when he looks at her

#Hadith: The Prophet was once asked, “Who is the best among women?” He replied, “She who pleases her husband when he looks at her, obeys him when he bids her, and who does not oppose him regarding herself and her riches fearing his displeasure.”

(Report by Abu Hurayrah and collected by Nasai)

The rights that wives have over their husbands are many in Islam. But men also have rights over their wives that should be honored. For example, wives are encouraged to greet their husbands pleasantly when they come home, and take care of their appearances so that they remain appealing to them.

[Dr. Bilal Philips]

14. Both partners in marriage should treat one another in a kind fashion in order to maintain a harmonious atmosphere in the home

Both partners in marriage should treat one another in a kind fashion in order to maintain a harmonious atmosphere in the home.Dr. Bilal Philips

Are you playful with your spouse or neglectful? Is communication between you good or is something getting lost in translation? Marriage is hard work, but worth every effort! You’ve been blessed with a spouse. Take the responsibility seriously and be grateful to Allah.

15. Do not look for excuses in married life; strive and put your trust in Allah ….

Aasiyah (RadiAllahu anha) was married to the worst of mankind, Firoun, yet she was one of the best of women. Strive and put your trust in Allah.

Being married to the worst of mankind did not stop Aasiyah being one of the best women. Do not look for excuses; strive and put your trust in Allah.

[Dr. Bilal Philips]

16. A wife and a husband should be regarded as friends for the sake of Allah

A wife and a husband should be regarded as friends for the sake of Allah. And that friendship is above material needs; each encouraging the other one to do good deeds, which are pleasing to Allah.

[Dr. Bilal Philips]

17. The husband need not exercise his authority in a rough or arrogant way …

The husband need not exercise his authority in a rough or arrogant way which might encourage the wife to react by being intentionally disobedient. [Dr. Bilal Philips]

Are you playful with your spouse or neglectful? Is communication between you good or is something getting lost in translation? Marriage is hard work, but worth every effort! You’ve been blessed with a spouse. Take the responsibility seriously and be grateful to Allah.

18. Blessed marriage is both husband and wife should love Allah and his beloved Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) more than they love each other

Marriage IS NOT EASY, BUT with Allah’s help, IT CAN BE THE BEST TIME EVER. May Allah bless all COUPLES AND THOSE WHO ARE SEEKING. Ameen. [Dr. Bilal Philips]

Do you want to know the shortcut to have a blessed marriage?

Both husband and wife should love Allah and His Beloved Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) MORE THAN THEY LOVE EACH OTHER! #HalfOurDeen

19. Whoever among women dies while her husband is pleased with her, then she will enter Paradise…

“Whoever among women dies while her husband is pleased with her, then she will enter Paradise.”

Source: Hadith: Sunan At-Tirmidhi 1078

A woman’s submission to her husband’s authority should be a part and parcel of her religious duties whose fulfillment will help her to get to Paradise. [Dr. Bilal Philips]

20. The expulsion of women from their natural roles within the family is part of the symptoms of a declining culture …

The expulsion of women from their natural roles within the family is part of the symptoms of a declining culture. [Dr. Bilal Philips]

If a husband works outside the home to earn an income and his wife follows suit, then who raises their children up the right way with Islamic ethics? No one!

21. Polygamy protects the interests of women and children in society

“And if you fear that you will not deal justly with the orphan girls, then marry those that please you of [other] women, two or three or four. But if you fear that you will not be just, then [marry only] one or those your right hand possesses. That is more suitable that you may not incline [to injustice].”

(An-Nisa 4:3)

Polygamy protects the interests of women and children in society. [ Dr. Bilal Philips

22. Women’s rights in Islam — Treat women well

The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, didn’t exclude divorcees, widows, or women who converted late in their lives. He commanded us to treat ALL women well. He said, “I enjoin you to treat women well, for the woman was created from a rib and the most curved part of the rib is its highest point. If you try to straighten it, you will break it. If you leave it as it is, it will remain bent. Thus, I enjoin you to be good to women.

23. Be kind to women

Amr reported that Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said, “The best of you are those who are best to their women.” (Ahmad and at-Tirmithee)

24. A Muslimah’s pride is not in taking the last name of her husband, But in Keeping her own!

A Muslimah’s pride is not in taking the last name of her husband, But in Keeping her own! [Dr. Bilal Philips]

RIGHTS OF WOMEN IS ISLAM — One of the ways that Islam has elevated the state of the woman is that she keeps her own name after marriage. Her name is her lineage, and her own. When she gets married she doesn’t change that name since her name indicates her genealogy.

25. The best of Marriage is that which is made easiest

When setting or paying the Mahr, many people are extravagant, forcing others to go beyond their means just to please society. Keep things simple and Allah will bless the marriage. #HalfOurDeen

26. Hadith: The best dowry (mahr) is the easiest [to fulfill]

“The best dowry (mahr) is the easiest [to fulfill].” - Prophet Muhammad, (ﷺ) (Hadith: IbnMaajah)

As opposed to what happens in society today, where elaborate and expensive amounts of goods and currency are demanded, the dowry should be easily attainable and not cause couples to choose zinah instead due to difficulty or cause confusion by dismissing good men for marriage.

Are we still making marriage difficult by demanding large sums of cash and other items for our daughters? This is causing mischief and making our children choose what is not permissible outside of marriage. The best way is to make it easy for them to get married. Choose the Sunnah over culture and tradition!

27. Whoever among you can marry, should marry, because it helps him lower his gaze and guard his modesty

Marriage closes the door in the face of many acts of moral degeneracy and decadence, which are among the major causes for the destruction of societies. [Dr. Bilal Philips]

“O young people! Whoever among you can marry, should marry, because it helps him lower his gaze and guard his modesty (i.e. his private parts from committing illegal sexual intercourse etc.), and whoever is not able to marry, should fast, as fasting diminishes his sexual power.” (Bukhari)

28. A woman’s primary responsibility in marriage is attendance to the needs of her husband.

A woman’s primary responsibility in marriage is attendance to the needs of her husband.

It’s the duty of all wives to work hard to be pleasing to your husbands. Don’t be neglectful! Treat him well and he will reciprocate. [Dr. Bilal Philips]

29. Polygyny is an ideal solution for women who want to get married and are accepted by a husband who recognizes the benefit of a good wife

Polygyny was the practice of most of the Companions of the Prophet (peace be upon him) as well as Muslim scholars from the earliest time of Islam up to the present. [Dr. Bilal Philips]

It’s an unfortunate reality that many good Muslim women are being rejected for marriage because they’re either divorced, have children or are too old to bear children. Polygyny is an ideal solution for women who want to get married and are accepted by a husband who recognizes the benefit of a good wife. #MuslimMarriage #Shadi #Polygamy

30. Why most parents risk their children falling in such forbidden relationships…

Falling in zina is very easy nowadays and the temptations are everywhere. Protect your son and daughter’s chastity. It is natural for fuel to ignite when put next to a flame. Don’t wait till it is too late!

[ Assim Luqman Al Hakeem, Instructor at Islamic Online University Diploma Section]

31. Marrying you are completing half your deen

Remember that by marrying you are completing half your deen. When both spouses strive to please Allah, their marriage becomes an act of worship. This will please Allah and He will reward you with happiness and stability in your marriage. #marriage #HalfOurDeen

32. Do not spoil the purity of love by involving in Haram relations…

Do not spoil the purity of love by involving in haram relations. Get married, make it halal. The perfect love story is the one which continues in Jannah! #HalfOurDeen

33. Allah has already written the names of your spouses for you…

Allah has already written the names of your spouses for you. What you need to work on is your relationship with Allah. He will send her/him to you when you’re ready. It is only a matter of time.

We always feel that Allah’s blessings never come on time, but the truth is, they are always on time, but we are always in a hurry.

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