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The Best Way to Beat Self Doubt

The Best Way to Beat Self Doubt

The best way to beat self-doubt is to do things that stop you doubting yourself and stop Satan making you doubt yourself. The fact that you care about your faith is wonderful. Now, put that guilt into action. Satan makes us do nothing so that we are doomed to hell.

Deserting Sins Is Difficult... Here Are Some Useful Tips

Deserting Sins Is Difficult... Here Are Some Useful Tips

Before we can speak of deserting sins, we need to have a good idea of what we mean by “sins.” From the Islamic point of view, a sin is a conscious and willful act that violates Allah’s rights (i.e. His commandments) or the rights of a fellow being. On the other hand, we cannot consider a …

3 Steps to Unlock Our Minds and Find Wisdom

3 Steps to Unlock Our Minds and Find Wisdom

Being aware of your thoughts helps you know yourself, your virtues and weaknesses. It helps you discover new meanings in the signs of Allah that surround you in His creation. It improves your ability to detect the whispers of Satan. All these contribute to improving your wisdom.

Come Back - The Door Is Always Open

Come Back - The Door Is Always Open

This is a very emotional reminder from Shaykh Hamza Yusuf, that no matter what sins we have been committing, we need to come back to Allah. The door is always open.

Covering Sins - Hadith

Covering Sins - Hadith

There are benefits if we cover the sins of another Muslim. Our sins will be covered in this world and the hereafter. Check out the hadith.

Avoid These 7 Sins

Avoid These 7 Sins

We all know that there are sins in Islam but there are 7 major sins we should all steer away from!

6 Signs You're Sincere with God- Take the Test!

6 Signs to Know You Are Sincere with God

A sincere person worships God privately in the same manner he worships publicly. Sometimes, he even worships better when in seclusion so that he does his best to please Allah alone. Are one?

Why Muhammad Didn't Die for Muslims' Sins

5 Reasons Why Muhammad Didn't Die for Muslims' Sins

Why did not Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) die for the sins of Muslims? Is not he the mercy to all? Indeed, Prophet Muhammad 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 concept of the original …



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