Jannahtul Firdhaus

Q:

I read in Quran with a long list of people that they are the inherent of jannathul firdhaus

While I was studying abroad my friends gave me a glass to drink with some sort of wine in it as I took a gulp I felt burning in my throat and realized that it was alchohol I on the spot gave the glass back to my friend , can I still get the wine from jannah? 

Other question is I have erred in some areas that’s listed in the Ayath , but I have repented and never done that again can I get to jannathul firdhaus….

A:

You don’t need to worry about this sin you have committed through ignorance since you have repented. Allah does not take us to task for the sins we have repented. Even in the case of those who have committed some of the most grievous sins such as murder, adultery, etc. Allah says, He will forgive them once they turn to Him in sincere repentance and turn their misdeeds into good deeds:

“Those who never invoke any other deity besides God, nor take a life, which God has made sacred, except in the pursuit of justice, nor commit adultery. (Whoever does these things will face the penalties those who never invoke any other deity besides God, nor take a life, which God has made sacred, except in the pursuit of justice, nor commit adultery. (Whoever does these things will face the penalties except those who repent, believe, and do good deeds: God will change the evil deeds of such people into good ones. He is most forgiving, most merciful.” (Al-Furqan 25: 68-70)

So, I would urge you not to worry about this issue; you should instead focus on how to get into heaven; we can never take it for granted; we need to work for it until we breathe our last.

Almighty Allah knows best.

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