“Whoever performs the ghusal on Friday, purifies himself as much as he can, then uses his (hair) oil or perfumes himself with the scent of his house, then proceeds (for the Jumua prayer) and does not separate two persons sitting together (in the Masjid), then prays as much as (Allah has) written for him and then remains silent while the Imam is delivering the Khutba, his sins in-between the present and the last Friday would be forgiven.”
Whoever seeks refuge of you in the name of Allāh, grant it to him. Whoever asks of you in the name of Allāh, give to him. Whoever gives you an invitation, accept it. And whoever does you a good turn, repay him. If you are unable to find something by which to return the favor, supplicate for him until you think you have repaid him (Abū Dāwūd, Nasā’ī, Aḥmad)
Remember, Ikhlas (Sincerity) is even more important when one is pursuing sacred knowledge. When we study sacred knowledge, we should be the first recipients of that knowledge. It should benefit us first. The way to make it benefit us first is to actually feel that we want it to benefit us first. Therefore, we should reflect on it first. If we’ve reflected on it then when we convey this knowledge to others, it will come out from the heart in a much more impactful way.