What shall I do when I have sinned ?

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What shall I do when I have sinned ?
 

Repentance of the man who committed a hundred murders

Abu Sa’id Sa’d b. Malik b. Sinan al-Khudri says that the Prophet said: “There was a man among a people before you who committed ninety-nine murders. Then he inquired about the most knowledgeable man on earth and he was led to a monk. He went to him and told him that he had killed ninety-nine people and asked him if it was possible for him to repent. The monk told him: ‘NO!’ So the man killed him also and completed his hundred. Then he inquired about the most knowledgeable man on earth and was led to a scholar. He went to him and told him that he had killed a hundred people and asked him if there was repentance for him. The man told him, ‘Yes. And what can come in between you and repentance?’ ‘Then he told him, ‘Go to such and such a town for in it live people who are devoted to God. Devote yourself there to God in their company and do not come back to your own town for it is an evil place.’

Have You Prepared For The Hour?

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Have You Prepared For The Hour?
Jamaal al-Deen Zarabozo
 
 

In the name of Allah, the Most Merciful, the Most Compassionate


All of us are familiar with the Signs of the Day of Judgement. They are mentioned in numerous hadith of the Prophet (saw). However, there is another “hour” that is, on an individual level, just as important that we must be aware of. This hour is described in the following hadith of the Prophet (saw).

Al-Bukhaari and Muslim record from A’isha (ra) that a bedouin came to the Prophet (saw) and asked him, “When is the Hour?” The Prophet (saw) pointed to a young boy and said, “If this boy lives by the time he is old and decrepit, your hour would have already taken place”. 

Absolute Trust in Allah (Al-Tawakkul A’lal-Allah)

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Absolute Trust in Allah (Al-Tawakkul A’lal-Allah)
 
 
In the name of Allah, the Most Merciful, the Most Beneficial
Tawakkul is a fundamental part of the Islamic Aqeedah. Tawakkul is translated here as either trust or dependence. Putting our trust in Allah (swt) is a matter of belief and contributes to our view regarding this life. 

Consult Your Heart

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Consult Your Heart
Abu’l-Faraj ibn al-Jawzi
 

I was able to acquire a worldly effect as result of following a legal concession but each time I acquired more of it, something was lost from my heart; each time an avenue to acquire more lit up before me, the darkness in my heart grew.
I cried out,
 
‘Oh evil soul! Sinfulness is the sore of hearts, and he [SAW] said, “Consult your heart.”

Running Away From The Qur’an

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Running Away From The Qur’an
By Shaykh ‘Abdul ‘Aziz Ibn Baz

 

 
Question:

What is your advice – O Shaykh – for those who go without reading the Qur’aan for a month, or even many months, and who have no excuse for such behaviour? However, you will find some of them reading those magazines that contain no benefit for them, and following them up closely!

Patience – Key to salvation

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Patience – Key to salvation

 

 

In the name of Allah, the Most Merciful, the Most Beneficial

Allah (subhanahu wa Ta’ala) has said: “And perhaps you hate something while it is good for you, and perhaps you love something while it is bad for you. And Allah knows while you know not.” (Sūrah al-Baqarah : 216)

And the Messenger of Allah Sallallahu alayhe wa-sallam said:

“How amazing is the affair of the believer, for all of it is good, and that applies to no one except the believer. If something good happens to him he gives thanks, and that is good for him; and if something bad befalls him he is patient, and that is good for him.” (Muslim)

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