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Is Allah Testing Me?

Is Allah Testing Me?

In this counseling answer: • When times are bad, this could very well be a test, but it could also just be your misconceptions. • Take a moment each night to note down 3 things that you are grateful for in that day. • You can also take time to go through each individual difficulty …

How Much Freedom Do We Have in Life?

How Much Freedom Do We Have in Life?

The amount of freedom we actually have is much more limited than we perhaps realize. Let’s start with simple examples that we can all understand, things that concern our physical bodies. How much freedom do we have over yawning, or sneezing…

Whatever is Meant For You Will Come to You

Whatever is Meant For You Will Come to You

Allah has created the future and understands intimately what it holds, just as He has created our past and present. Even though Allah knows and has ordained what will happen in the future, we still have free will in the present. We have the will to choose…

Whenever You Are Afflicted, Say These 4 Powerful Duas

Whenever You Are Afflicted, Say These 4 Powerful Duas

In rough times, and in times when we feel all is lost, dua is usually what we think as “our last weapon”. In fact, dua is among the strongest of resources that a believer has. These duas are those that were made in times of difficulty and uncertainty…

Second Step: The Dominance of God’s Universal Laws

Second Step: The Dominance of God's Universal Laws

These veils of destiny are actually the second step of the journey. Once we repent, we will be tried, we will see priorities in things that we have to do. And the test here is to actually go through the trials and the priorities properly, and to be calm and to be patient…

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Can Supplication (Dua) Change Destiny?

Short Answer:Those things in this worldly life that Allah made impermissible (haram) for Muslims because of their harmful aspects, will be permissible for believers inJannah, because their harmful aspects will be removed by Allah.So I am very hopeful that, if a believer will desire to have a dog as a pet inJannah, Allah will let …

How to Understand Fate and Free Will in Islam

How to Understand Fate and Free Will in Islam

How we get to act on free will while at the same time remaining bound to fate is known only to God. God, in His Infinite Wisdom, can maintain this duality. We ought to have faith in both. The knowledge of free will and its consequences makes us accountable…

Those who Trust Allah Never Lose Hope

Those who Trust Allah Never Lose Hope

One of the important characteristics of a Muslim is that he remains in a positive state of mind, whatever the circumstances. He tries for the best and look for wisdom. A Muslim is never in despair, not even in most difficult moments…



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