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This miraculous night concluded with this sign of the mercy of God.

Muhammad in Presence of God - What Happened up There?

Beyond the Lote Tree, the upmost boundary is a place where, apart from one exception, no human has ever been. The night journey and ascension through the heavens culminated in Prophet Muhammad moving past the upmost boundary and standing in the presence…

Mercy: A Gift of Fasting

Mercy: A Gift of Fasting

Mercy is a favor from Allah which He places in the hearts of whomsoever He wills. Verily, Allah will have mercy on His servants who are merciful, as He is the Most Compassionate the Most Merciful. He calls to mercy and loves the merciful. He orders His servants to enjoin patience and mercy. A person …

This verse contains the glad tidings for a Muslim convert as well as the penitent who changed their whole lifestyle for the pleasure of God. All of the sins they did can become a mountain of riches with the Most High in heaven.

Repentance is Not Seeking Forgiveness - How?

The difference between seeking forgiveness for a sin and repenting is that seeking forgiveness is for all sins, whereas repentance is a specific formula for major sins. Our scholars teach us that there are 4 steps to pure repentance…

God has told us that He is as His servant thinks of Him. If we think well, then that is what we will find.

Thinking Well of God

Many people give up in the face of something seemingly impossible. Sometimes, we give up on an individual level: getting married, getting that job we want; sometimes it is on a global level, such as injustice in the Muslim world. But the point of the struggle is to realize who is in charge.

It is in fact Allah, He, loves people who keep repenting over and over again. No one else is capable of that. That’s only Allah.

Repent, Allah Loves You

We do wrong by Allah. He asks us to do something that’s actually in our own favor, but we neglect Him, we disobey Him, we disregard Him and we don’t do it once. We do it over and over, and over again. And yet Allah, so massive in His love, so incredibly infinite in His mercy…

Your Guide to Allah's Mercy and Forgiveness

Your Guide to Allah's Mercy and Forgiveness

The abundance of Allah’s rahma or mercy will not come without pure actions. Pure actions, however, when performed, will make you deserving of Allah’s mercy. This, in turn, will enable you to earn the delights of janna and His pleasure. Seeking Allah’s Mercy The Qur’an proclaims: {Call on Him with fear and longing. Surely, Allah’s …

The Islamic way of approaching marriage is so amazing as it makes you think rationally and not emotionally about who you choose to marry.

6 Secrets to a Happy Marriage

The Islamic way of approaching marriage is so amazing as it makes you think rationally and not emotionally about who you choose to marry, due to the limited contact you have with them. It’s sets itself in between the dating path or arranged marriage paradigm that are both flawed.

During the Prophet’s life, even prior to revelation from Allah Almighty, he dealt with his people with wisdom.

Lessons from the Prophet’s Wisdom

The Prophet taught us that real wisdom means that peace should be sought until those who wish to fight you leave you no other option but to defend yourself and your right to worship Allah (SWT) alone. But even then, when the fight is brought to you, follows you…

Allah's Mercy and a World Full of Dangers

Allah's Mercy and a World Full of Dangers

Of the 99 beautiful names of Allah, it is Ar-Rahman and Ar-Rahim that we use most frequently in our prayers and du`aa’. Ar-Rahman and Ar-Rahim are both derived from the same Arabic root word, rahma, meaning “mercy, compassion.” Pickthall translates Ar-Rahman, Ar-Rahim as “the Beneficent, the Merciful,” and Yusuf Ali says “the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.” …

The Prophet was a wise man who offered words to live by and through his actions demonstrated how to live.

Prophet Muhammad’s Mercy, Justice & Love

We see in him a kind and tender man with a merciful heart, who trembled with sorrow when witnessing a horse or a camel struggling with a heavy load on its back. It is said that he encouraged his followers to show mercy to all of God’s creatures…



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