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Allah Forgives All Sins Except One

Allah Forgives All Sins Except One

What happens if you’re Muslim, and you commit an act of shirk? Does it destroy all your good deeds? Are you doomed to enter hellfire, may Allah protect us all from that? “Allah does not forgive [shirk]” means Allah will not forgive the person if he doesn’t repent. Repentance wipes out every sin, without exception.

Optional Worship: Lovers’ Way to God

Optional Worship: Lovers’ Way to God

The nafilah (pl. nawafil, Arabic for Supererogatory or Optional Prayers) is an exuberant Arabic term denoting manifold meanings foremost among which is the meaning of increase. Technically speaking, nafilah means to perform an additional amount or number of the acts of worship (`ibadat) other than that which is obligatory upon the worshipper. Remarkably, some people …

Allah is All-Forgiving All Merciful, He knows our weakness and He knows our shortcomings. He knows what we do. He hears our sincere repentance and He forgives before being begged for forgiveness.

What to Do After You’ve Sinned? 3 Things

Allah says that prayer prohibits immorality and wrongdoing. When we pray, we become God-conscious and feel guilt about our sins we did. So when you’ve sinned turn quickly to Allah and remember to make wudu’ (ablution) and pray…

Should We Do Good Only for Reward

Should We Do Good Only for Reward?

Asalamu Alaikum Junaid, Thank you for your questions. First, imagine that there really is no afterlife. In that case, your life ends once and for all with your death. All the good deeds you have done simply vanish with your death. But Allah the All Merciful does not want the good deeds of any of …

A believer should live for the current moment, focus, and exert the utmost effort to utilize his time in the best possible way.

3 Steps Lead to Everlasting Happiness

Happiness is the universal goal of people from all walks of life – be they philosophers of a high intellectual caliber or unlettered laborers — everyone strives in search of happiness and looks for ways to escape the worries of life. However, most people achieve only partial or superficial happiness, which provides temporary relief…

It is God's right over His servants that they fear Him as He ought to be feared.

What Does it Mean to Fear God?

The fact that the fear of God is to seek to prevent God’s punishment by carrying out God’s commands and abstaining from His prohibitions. Consequently, a Muslim needs to have knowledge of these matters in order to fear God properly. An ignorant Muslim may have a sense of fear…

The Door of Repentance Is Wide Open

The Door of Repentance Is Wide Open

It is never too late for a true Muslim to repent to Allah, and to shed tears for the wrong doing he has committed, keeping in mind that if one manages to escape the punishment of mortals, he will not for sure escape the punishment of Allah in the Hereafter. So, it is better to …

Huge Reward for Small Acts: Why?

A good number of the Prophet’s hadiths promises huge rewards for seemingly small acts of worship. For example, in one hadith the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) tells us that reciting surat Al-Ikhlas is equal to reciting one third of the Qur’an, that is, you can earn the reward of reciting the whole Qur’an in …

We must be vigilant not to speak falsehood. We must think about what we are saying and the possible consequences of our words before we go ahead and speak.

Speak Good or Keep Silent

Our tongues are like double-edges swords. They can work for us and against us, both in this world and the Hereafter. We will be held accountable for what we say.

How to Be VIB on the Day of Judgment

How to Be a VIP on the Day of Judgment

Abu Hurairah reported that the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said, “Allah will cover seven people with His shade, on the Day when there will be no shade but His: a just ruler, a youth who has grown up in the worship of Allah, a man whose heart is attached to the mosques, …



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