When we have addictions or keep committing the same sin over and over again, how can we stop? Beat Shaytan at his own game!
Shaitan will come to you and say, don’t worry there is still 10 minutes remaining. This can actually make you miss your prayer or delay it. Great reminder.
Short Answer: Performing prayer perfectly is improbable as you have not been taught it yet, as you are a newcomer to Islam. So don’t worry and take your time learning. As for praying on time, prayer times are actually periods of time and not moments in time. _____________________________________ Asalamu Alaikum (Peace be with you), Thank …
Allah has promised believers Paradise, an abode from which Satan has been expelled. If we want to get into that abode in the next life, we have to expel Satan from our hearts in this life.
Brother Tim Humble discusses what weapons we have to protect ourselves from Shaytan and black magic. These include the Qur’an and making dua.
We have been guided by Allah but we have to be careful of being complacent of this guidance. Allah guides us in the Quran but Shaytan is also trying to guide us the wrong way.
Shaytan knows that he can’t make everyone leave Islam or commit Shirk. So he tries to trap them in other ways, through major sins. He knows major sins seal the hearts.
Short Answer: Satan is invisible to humans, as he is from among the jinn. Also, let’s not forget there are many satans, not just their leader, formerly called “Iblees”. Each person seems to have a shaytan assigned to him or her. He is, and they are, creatures of God. So, whatever power he has, or they have, there is only one God …
A great imam warned people on his death bed of the word sawfa. What does sawfa mean? Is it another name for Shaytan? No it means I will. Sawfa is how Shaytan tricks good Muslims. I will repent but not until tomorrow.
Asalamu Alaikum, Thank you for contacting Ask About Islam and for trusting us with your question. Dr. Shabir Ally, from Let The Quran Speak, addresses this question about the Shayateen in Ramadan in the video below: Transcript: Aisha Khaja: So, Dr. Shabir, the question today is about in the month of Ramadan. We often, Muslims are …