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I know this age is especially hard for us as young, but when we come to prohibited things let’s remember the situation of the man in the story

Sins are Attacking Me – How to Protect Myself?

It is hard to be young in this time. Sins weigh me down everywhere; they attack me directly and they are really attractive and addicting. My circle of friends, my school environment, the immoral videos and films even in my pocket. Sins attack me everywhere…

Can Watching Movies Impact Iman

Can Watching Movies Impact Iman?

Salam Abduselam, If you watch movies regularly and the movies obviously don’t boost your spirituality, but rather include inappropriate scenes, language … etc, then this will certainly affect your spirituality and take away your focus in prayer. Try to cut out the movies because you already know and you noted that it is affecting you …

It is important to conclude our acts of worship by glorifying Allah’s name and beseeching His forgiveness.

We Repent for Sins Why should we do so for Worship?

We need Allah to help us to be constant and sincere in our worship, and to never become over-satisfied with ourselves because of the worship that we do. It is for this reason that, after offering his prayer, Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) used to beseech Allah’s forgiveness three times

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.

Are Children Held Accountable for Their Sins

Are Children Held Accountable for Their Sins?

In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful. All praise and thanks are due to Allah, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger. Dear questioner, we commend your keenness on getting yourself well-acquainted with Islam and its teachings, and we implore Allah Almighty to help us serve His cause and render our work …

Why Muhammad Didn't Die for Muslims' Sins

Why Muhammad Didn't Die for Muslims' Sins

Why did not Prophet Muhammad die for the sins of Muslims? Is not he considered by his foloowers as the mercy to all? Indeed, Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) is a mercy for all peoples; yet he did not die for anybody’s sin. The simple reason is that Islam does not recognize the …

Allah is the Creator of the Earth, the Heavens, and the universe, so of course He is not restricted in anything. He is the knower of all things.

Remember That Allah is Most Merciful

If Allah loves us, He will put us through hardships according to the level of our faith. Be sure that if you have good in your heart, He will reward you with better than what was taken from you, or hardships you have faced.

How We Insult Allah Without Knowing

How We Insult Allah Without Knowing

Who are you? And what are all of your sins compared to the mercy of Allah? Have you limited the mercy of Allah such that you believe you alone, in one lifetime can commit so many sins that Allah can not forgive? This is the highest of insult…

When we seek Allah’s forgiveness wholeheartedly, we get it. Allah praises those who seek His forgiveness and promises them that He will forgive them.

3 Best Times for Asking Allah's Forgiveness

When we seek Allah’s forgiveness wholeheartedly, we get it. Allah praises those who seek His forgiveness and promises them that He will forgive them. Of course, part of doing so wholeheartedly is to refrain from the sinful behavior…

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 …



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