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    Ibrahim (Abraham)
    Chapter 14: Verse 10



    "He calls you that He may forgive you.

    No matter how hard we try it would not be possible to abstain totally from sin. So we should not lose heart because of our sins. We should be quick in seeking forgiveness.


    Allah calls us in the morning so that the sinners of the night may come forth; He extends His Hand in the evening that those who have trespassed during the day may come and seek His forgiveness and He may forgive them.

    We should recite istighfar frequently. We should not let the frequent repetition of our sins keep us away from seeking pardon. Sinning repeatedly and then seeking forgiveness just as frequently does not come within the definition of a state of deliberate insistence upon sin. It is is sinning with impunity and then not attempting to seek forgiveness, and attempting to explain our sins away that comes within that meaning of insistence on sinning.

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    Al-Maidah (The Repast)
    Chapter 5: Verse 12


    Zul-Hijja 22, 1424, A.H. - February 13, 2004, C.E.


    The Path to the Garden

    "If you attend to your prayers, practise regular charity, believe in My messengers and support them and offer up to God a generous loan, I shall forgive you your sins and admit you into gardens through which running waters flow.

    God does not give His blessings as a personal favour or a personal gift. This comes only after its conditions are fulfilled. This was true in this particular covenant God made with the Children of Israel.



    The first condition was to attend to prayer.
    This is more than merely offering prayers. It means that prayers should become a manifestation of a true relationship between man and his Lord.
    . Second was charitable payment , in recognition of God's favour for having given us what we have and by way of acknowledgement of the fact that whatever we may own actually belongs to God. . The next condition was to believe in God's Messengers making no distinction between them. Every single one of them was sent by God to preach the same message.


    In addition to zakat, giving generously to support God's cause is mentioned as a loan given to God. Since God has promised to return to man every penny that he spends in His way along with His reward, which will be several-fold, the Quran characterizes this spending as a loan to God.

    To forgive someone's evil deeds signifies two things:

    First, that if a man decides to follow the Straight Path and strives to follow God's directives in both thought and action

    his soul will be purged of many evils and his way of life will gradually become free of corruption. Second, if, in spite of this reform, weaknesses still persist in a man's life ,
    life he is assured that God will not punish him and will have his failing erased from his record.



    & may Allag forgive me if there's any mistake.

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      #3
      well said especially the quote on sin bravo

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        #4
        Jazak Allah

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          #5
          swera:-)
          wants to become a clairvoyant!!!!!

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            #6
            JAzakallah .....
            لا عيش إلا عيش الآخرة
            BROTHERS NOT SLAVES. Regain Respect

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              #7
              Thank u eveybody



              & u r all welcome

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