What is important here is not the words and utterances in themselves but rather the meanings and intentions thereof; therefore, such words as “Glory is to Allah”, “Praise is to Allah”, “There is no god but Allah” and “Allah is Greatest” are “the things that endure of good deeds”
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Fear of the Lord means living our lives with an eye to what God Almighty wants. It’s as simple as that. We don’t do bad things because we don’t want to displease Almighty God. Similarly we don’t do bad things, we don’t want to be punished. We want to enter the Paradise...
Many times when we’re depressed we think: Is this all my life is going to be? Is it never going to get better? This verse serves as a perfect answer to those questions, reminding us that life in this world is temporary and that Aakhira is certainly a better...
How much do we really love Allah? If we do love Him, why don’t we feel this love in our hearts all the time? Why do we keep losing this incredible feeling? It’s because the world is full of distractions – and it is full of distraction for this very reason.
Believing in Allah is one thing and glorifying Him is another. Glorifying Allah makes you obey Him, draw closer to Him, fear Him and love Him. Thus, believing in Allah through meaningless traditional belief and glorifying Him are two different things.
Tasting the sweetness of faith is something that touches the soul, and it can't be seen with the eye. Actually, the true believer's heart is of full of security, optimism, trust in Allah and the feeling that Allah loves him, and they are enough for the population of an entire country.
This is a declaration of Allah’s greatness, not to mention of the Throne itself the vastness of which more than rivals the Earth and all of the heavens put together. Moreover, the preservation of the heavens and the Earth and everything else within Allah’s creation is for Allah an effortless matter.
What does the Quran teach us about dua? Apparently it’s not as simple as asking for a favor. The Message assumes that we approach dua with certain necessary attitudes— and that we leave it positively transformed.
We live in societies where many things are norms and cultures, and might not necessarily be right. This is where we need to put Allah first, and not follow practices blindly.
Repentance allows a Muslim to recognize his or her wrongdoings, weaknesses and the sheer magnitude of grace that Allah has bestowed upon him or her. Repenting cleans the heart and allows a believer to move on.
How did Moses have trust that was this great? It is a combination of lots of things among which are the things that Allah gave him, among the lessons and among the people around him. Importantly and often missed out is the fact that four women shaped his life...