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Before Ramadan, Refresh Your Worship

Before Ramadan, Refresh Your Worship

Worship in Islam isn’t an act of God overburdening us or wanting a favor from us in return for being our Creator. It is for our own well being. A nourishment for our body and soul. We need to teach our kids the importance of this well so they can establish a spiritual connection with the Almighty.

praying guilty

I'm Only Praying Because I Feel Guilty If I Don't

Salam Dear Lora, Thank you for your question and for contacting Ask About Islam. As for the first part of the question, namely how you should make up for lost prayers, see this post from our Ask the Scholar section. Moving to the rest of your question, you need to know that all the rites of …

A Woman and Bryan Anderson- A Powerful Story

A Woman and Bryan Anderson- A Powerful Story

The waitress wondered where the lady could be. Then she noticed something written on the napkin. There were tears in her eyes when she read what the lady wrote: “You don’t owe me anything. I have been there too. Somebody once helped me out, the way I’m helping you…

Sincerity - Being Deeply Devoted to God by Heart

Sincerity - Being Deeply Devoted to God by Heart

Due to his fear for Allah and profound love of Allah, a sincere person is someone who readily discriminates between the right and the wrong, who absolutely implements what is right according to the Quran and, without seeing any limits in closeness to Allah and love for him…

Sincerity and Facebook: How to Fix my Intention

Sincerity and Facebook: How to Fix my Intention?

Salam Dear Sister, Thank you so much for this very important question and for contacting Ask About Islam. This question shows that you are sincere and that you are seeking the reward of Allah and you are worried if something else gets in your heart other than the pure desire of pleasing Him (Glorified and …

4 Elements Are Fixed Just by Fasting in Ramadan

4 Elements Are Fixed Just by Fasting in Ramadan

Fasting promotes the spirit of human equality before God. All able Muslims, male and female, rich and poor, from all ethnic and national backgrounds go through the same experience of deprivation with no special privileges or favor for any groups or class.

The Prophet’s Absolute Honesty and Sincerity

The deep faith and determination with which the Prophet undertook his God-given mission to eventual success, prove the supreme truth of his Message. If he had harbored the slightest doubt in his heart about the truthfulness of his mission, he would have faltered and miserably failed as a Prophet.

3 Keys for Stronger Family Ties in Times of Trials

In the growing air of uncertainty and upheaval that is taking over the world, with families being torn apart due to war, emigration, relocation, and deportation, one of the most effective ways that a Muslim family can attempt to stay together, is to become financially independent and self-sufficient.

Prayers: A Special Connection with God

The most important aspect of a person’s relationship with God is his or her strong faith and sincerity. This relationship with God is clearly borne out and strengthened by prayer. If the prayer is performed with true devotion to God and with a sincere heart, it will have a lasting effect on the person.

6 Keys to Go Deeper with Allah

Laura, an American new Muslim, expressed that she felt close to Allah when she accepted Islam, but explained that after a while, she felt she was just “going through the motions” and felt nothing. She felt she was a robot, and was yearning for that closeness to Allah again.

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