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We all commit acts of disobedience

Day and night, with our limbs
We go against purpose of existence.
Show ingratitude
We use the limbs with which wefve been blessed to sin against Allah
We trivialize these things and donft care

Quote:
Anas ibn Malik says to the Tabioon (best generation after sahabah) You do
deeds in front of me that you consider less consequential than your hair (in
essence of no great value) yet if we were to do these same acts during time of
Prophet (saws) we would consider them to be amongst the gravest sins that
destroy us


› Imagine our situation to them

Hadith: Small sins are like twigs. Twig by itself canft cause a fire, but when
gathered together they can form a fierce fire.

Hadith: Those sins that you trivialize. If Allah calls you to account for them these
sins will destroy you.

Not the major sins, these are just the minor ones that we dont even think about.

Ibn Masud: The Believer sees his sins as if he´s sitting beneath huge mountain
and he´s scared this mountain will fall upon him. Evil person sees sins as flies
that fly by his face. He hits them with his hand and they fly away.

The one who has iman, even if the sins are small they seem like mountains to
him.
Why? Because you donft see the sin, but you look at the One whom you have
sinned against.
We have it ingrained in us to sin. This is a problem. What is the solution?

Hadith [tirmidih]: Every single son of Adam is a sinner
We aren´t angels, wefre human beings. They cannot disobey Allah, whereas men
have been given free will and desire. Its important to know that since we should
recognize and know that we aren´t supposed to be perfect, and that we cannot
be.

Hadith: the best of sinners (not all sinners are equivalent; we must aim for
this) are those who perform taubah (repentance).
This is the way out, the solution. Our light at the end of the tunnel. This is what
will save us (our repentance because of these sins).
Therefore it is not only optional it is in fact obligatory (waajib).

Quran: And repent to Allah all of you Oh believers if you really desire success
Quran: Oh you who believe (!) perform taubah to Allah, a sincere taubah.
Taubah sincerely is the emphasis here (it can be both). Allah wants us amongst
those who do it sincerely.
Unanimous consensus (ex. Imam Nawawi) that Taubah is duty on, not only on
every healthy muslim, but on every person (obligatory)
Therefore even the greatest Prophets sought Allahfs taubah all the time.
Prophets:

When Adam sinned, he learned phrases from his Lord, stating that we
are the ones that wrong ourselves. We are the only ones harmed by these
deeds. If you dont have mercy on us and shower your blessings on us we
will be amongst the losers. Allah then accepted his repentance.

Nuh: Cries out on top of ship, Oh Allah if you don´t have mercy on my then
I will be amongst the losers

Ibrahim: While building Kabbah they make dua, Oh Allah make us those
who submit ourselves to you. Make our progeny of those that submit
themselves to you. Show us our rights of worship and accept our
repentance.

Musa: Who Allah spoke to. Allah says When Musa awoke from the coma he
was put in, I have repented to you and I am of the first of those who
submit themselves to You

Prophet (pbuh): Allah says in Quran that Allah will forgive all of your sins,
those that you have done and those that you will do. He says I swear by
Allah of asurity I ask of Allah´s forgiveness and repent every single day
more than 100 times. Do we even repent this much in a year? If this is his
case where do we stand in comparison to him?

Allah´s mercy is vast
Who is there that can forgive sins except for Allah?

Hadith: When Allah created the creation he wrote that apply
to Him, My Mercy shall overcome My anger

Hadith: Allah stretches forth his hand at night so that the one who sins in the day
can repent at night, and [vice versa]. And He does this every day until the sun
rises from the Wes
t .

Forgiveness is there, but we must stretch out our hands and ask. So great and
vast is the mercy of Allah.

Hadith: if the Kafir realized what Allah has of His Mercy, even he would not give
up hope of entering Jannah.

The one who doesn´t have any hope is a NOBODY

Hadith: When Satan was told to leave jannah, he swore to Allah. By your honor
oh my lord I will continue to try to misguide your servants as long as their souls
remain in their bodies.

Iblees acknowledges Allah as his lord he just rejects to worship him
His kufr is arrogance (Note - Being arrogant for not praying will bring you to hell)

Hadith: Allah responds, By My honor and glory I will continue to forgive
them as long as they ask My forgiveness.

Allah asks in the Quran to repent Why do they not perform taubah?

Quote:
....and surely evil is the price for which they sell their souls, if they but knew.(2:101)

If they but knew that Allah would forgive them! But they chose to the evil path.


Quran: If they repent it will be for their own good.

Quran: Allah wishes to accept your repentance.
Twice in one ayah.
Emphasizing that he wishes and wants to forgive us if we ask for his
forgiveness

Allah loves those who repent

The one who repents must have done the sin in the first place, as taubah
must come after the sin.

This person has shown that he is only a mortal and cannot become sinless and
has done something that he shouldn´t do.

Only Allah has the right make the rules and the sinner has disobeyed this.

Hadith: Person who lost camel in desert.

Quran: Allahs rahma has encompassed everything. My Rahmah encompasses
every single object.

To accuse Allah of not being able to forgive sins, to believe they are too sinful to
be forgiven, is one of the greatest types of kufr and shirk since you´re limiting
the mercy of Allah.

 One of the greatest sins is to give up hope in the mercy of Allah.

Quote:
Hadith: The greatest of all sins is:
1. Do shirk with Allah
2. Feel safe from plotting of Allah
3. Give up hope of the mercy of Allah
4. Believe help of Allah will not arrive

These four things are the greatest of all major sins


To think Allah can´t forgive you is a far greater sin than all the sins you´ve
committed combined because you have limited the unlimited. You have put a
level on the infinite mercy of Allah.

Ibrahim: Who is there that can despair from the mercy of Allah except those who
are misguided (Quran).

How can the muslim accuse Allah of not being able to forgive him?
Say: O my Servants who have transgressed against their souls! Despair
not of the Mercy of Allah: for Allah forgives all sins: for He is Oft-
Forgiving, Most Merciful.h [Surah al-Zumar: 53]

The sin of shirk is unforgivable only if the person dies on shirk. Taubah is so
powerful that even shirk is forgiven through taubah. By accepting islam (which is
a kind of taubah) then his shirk is negated.
Which is why the verse is addressing the muslims.

Hadith: Abu Hurayrah(r) reports from the Prophet (pbuh):
By Him in Whose Hand is my life, if you were not to commit sin, Allah would
sweep you out of existence and He would replace (you by) those people who
would commit sin and seek forgiveness from Allah, and He would have pardoned
them. [Muslim]

› Allah desires to forgive.

Hadith: The Prophet (SAW) said, eIndeed Allah SWT is Shy and Beneficent. He is
Shy when His servant raises his hands to Him (in dua) to return them emptyf
(Ahmad, Abu Dawud, Tirmidhi).

What happens when we repent

1. The sin is removed completely. It no longer exists.
 Hadith: The one who repents from his sin is just like the one
who does not have any sin.
 How different is this from us when we gforgive but donft
forgeth?

2. The taubah replaces that sin with a good deed.
 Hadith: Indeed a group of people will come on the Day of
Judgment they will hope they had performed more evil. They
are those people who Allah exchanged their evil for good.
 These are those who performed taubah; not everyone.

3. Allah blesses him in this world
 Quran: "Saying `Ask forgiveness from your Lord; for He is
Oft-Forgiving; (10) "`He will send rain to you in abundance;
(11) "`Give you increase in wealth and sons; and bestow on
you Gardens and bestow on you rivers (of flowing water).
(12) [Surah Nuh (71)]

4. It is a path to Jannah


Quote:
Conditions of Taubah (Repentance)


1. Iklas; repent for the sake of Allah. Not because youfve been caught
doing this but only for the sake of Allah.

2. We recognize and admit that we have sinned. Donft try to justify it
and make excuses of your actions.

3. This recognition should bring about a feeling of guilt
 Hadith: Feeling guilty is taubah.

4. Immediately repent to Allah after the sin.

5. Intend to stop the sin. To not do so means that it is not a true
sincere taubah. It is almost like a play or a mockery.

6. This taubah will lead us to do more good deeds by coming closer to
Allah.

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 Quran: Good deeds remove evil deeds

Quote:
Hadith: Man came to the Prophet (pbuh) and said he kissed a
girl who it was no lawful for him to have kissed so he
requested the Prophet (pbuh) to invoke the punishment of
Allah on to him. The Prophet (pbuh) turned away from him.
The man did this four times and the Prophet (pbuh) did not
even respond to him. The time for prayer came and they
stood up to pray. The man thinking what he did was so grave
of a sin that the Prophet (pbuh) would not even talk to him.
So he left feeling guilty and sorrow. When the Prophet (pbuh)
saw him leave he called him back to him. He asked the man
Did you not pray with us right now? The man said yes I did.
The Prophet (pbuh) then said do you not know that Allah says
in the Quran Doing good removes the evilh? So the man
realized that he had been forgiven so he cried out in joy Oh
Messenger of Allah is this only for me or is this for all of
mankind? The Prophet (pbuh) said, No this is for all of
mankind.


Hadith: When you do an evil follow it up with a good so that it
wipes it out.

7. We should not publicize that sin. Leave it between you and Allah,
because to not do this shows a lack of modesty

Hadith: Modesty is a part of faith

Many of the youth fall prey to this, bragging about girls and
such

Hadith: Prophet (pbuh) said All of my ummah will be
forgiven except those who publicize their sins. The Sahabah
said Oh Messenger of Allah, how does on publicize their
sins? The Prophet (pbuh) responded, He is the one who
does his sin at night and Allah covers him with the darkness
of the night and then when the sun comes up he goes around
telling the people, Yesterday I did this, yesterday I did thatf.
This man has no regret for his sin.

The only exception being that, after he repents, and he´s only
telling someone to give sincere advice for someone that
needs to hear it.

8. If the sin involves taking the rights of other people then these rights
must be returned.
Two types of sins

1 Between you and Allah. Drinking wine or
looking at something he shouldn´t look at.

2 Transgressing the rights of another human being.
Stole some money, speak evil about someone, etc.

The second type demands that he ask forgiveness from Allah
AND the one who you have transgressed.
If he stole money he should do his best to return it. If he
backbit against someone he should go back and try to speak
good about that same person in those same gatherings.
These are the eight conditions scholars laid down for sincere repentance.

Avoid two extremes with regard to taubah:

1. Person feels he is too sinful to be forgiven by Allah .
He has committed so many sins in his life, he has never worshipped Allah he has never prayed and never fasted so he feels there is no point.
he may as well continue on this path and hell just face the
punishment. This attitude of his is worse than ANY of the sins he
could have done because it is a type of kufr to accuse Allahs mercy
of being smaller than your sins.

Who is this person to limit Allahs mercy? Allah created you
and everything around you.

Common among the non-practicing muslims.

2. Take this mercy and forgiveness for granted . I am a sinner but I
know Allah will forgive me.

This attitude falls into what the Prophet (pbuh) called
Feeling safe from the plotting of Allahh

Who is this person to state anything about Allah?
To trivialize these sins.

Dont expect to be forgiven without taubah

Hadith: Repentance when the soul is taken out of the body is of no use.

The fool is the one who follows his desires, does everything he wishes to
do, and yet expects the best of Allah.
The wise person is one who fears Allahs punishment and desires His
mercy and forgiveness.

Important that we do not lose heart if we continue to do the sin.
This is a plot of satan.

A person performs taubah and feels truly guilty about a sin that he has
done. He truly desires to repent, and he DOES repent, then after a few
days or weeks or months or even years he returns to that same sin. Once
again he repents and does taubah, but after a little while he does the sin
again. This cycle happens again and he gives up. And then he feels
defeated and embraces that sin whole heartedly.

Does a child give up when it tries to stand? What about when it becomes
older, after having perfected the art of walking? The child KNOWS it is
something temporary.

So too is taubah. It is the intention of not returning to the sin. If it happens
that you do return, NO PROBLEM, do taubah again.

You are not going to become angels. We aim for perfection but we learn to live
with imperfection.


If it so happens that you fall into that sin again, immediately come to your
senses, brush off the sin with taubah, and stand up again and move on with your
life with the sincere intention never to return to that sin again.

If it happens again do the same thing. Over and over
You are NOT going to become perfect but you can, every time you fall stand up
again. You can every time you commit a sin do taubah.

This is what Allah wants

Quote:
Hadith: Prophet (pbuh) narrates the case of a man who commits a sin so
he lowers his head and says Oh Allah forgive me. Then he commits a sin
again and Allah says I have forgiven you. And then he commits a sin again
and says Oh my Lord I have committed another sin so forgive me, so
Allah says I have forgiven himh. Then he commits the sin again and again
and again and the man keeps on saying Oh my Lord I have committed a
sin so forgive me. So after a few times Allah says, This servant of mine
realizes that he has a Lord who forgives sins, therefore bare witness o
angels that I have forgiven all of his sins. The ones that he has done and
the ones that he will do.



It is this servitude that Allah wants from us.
Oh Allah I have wronged myself and disobeyed you. Oh Allah

if you donft forgive me there is no one that can forgive me.
Allah is called At-Tawaabh

It is we who do the taubah, but it is Allah who accepts the taubah
Tawaab means he continually accepts taubah

It is not that you will leave sinning. It is that you will continue to take recourse to
taubah.

Dont lose heart O Believers! if you turn into the same sin that you hate.

There are means to stay away from them, beyond the scope of this talk.
Stand up and do taubah again.

Quote:
Hadith [Qudsi]: Allah said, Oh son of Adam. As long as you call out to me and
expect the best of me I will forgive you no matter what you do. I will not care
about your sins. Oh son of Adam, if your sins reached the clouds in the skies,
then you ask My forgiveness, I will forgive you and I will not care about your sins.
Oh son of Adam, if you come to me with an earth full of sins but you meet me
not having committed shirk with Me, then I will come to you with an earth full of
forgiveness.


Quote:
Hadith: Allah will come close to the mumin and will cover him up on the Day of
Judgment and He will bring forth his sins. He will ask him, Do you remember
this sin?h and he will say, Yes my Lord. I remember it, I did it. And He will ask
him, Do you remember this sin? and he will say, Yes my Lord. I remember it, I
did ith. And He will continue to remind this person of every sin that he has done
until this person believes that he has been destroyed. Then Allah will tell him I
have covered these sins from you in this world (i.e. other people did not see
them) and today I will forgive them of you.


› This is the healthy Believer, the servant of Allah who performs taubah


Lecture by Yasir Qadhi


Quote:
‘Aisha (radhiallaahu `anha):

A man came to her and asked ‘When will I know that I am pious?’ She said, ‘When you realise that you are a sinner.’ He said, ‘And when will I know I am a sinner?’ She replied, ‘When you think you are pious.’

Tanbeeh al-Ghafileen


And Never Forget that When the Sun rises from west repentance won´t be accepted anymore
That means you have to send blessings to Muhammad and the Ahlul Bayt
if you want to achieve victory and mercy from Allah (swt)



O ye that believe! Fear Allah, and believe in His Messenger, and He will bestow on you a double portion of His Mercy: He will provide for you a Light by which ye shall walk (straight in your path), and He will forgive you (your past): for Allah is Oft- Forgiving, Most Merciful. [57:28]

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Mash'Allah very informative. I must say you post very good articles. May Allah Subhana Wa'a Ta'ala forgive you and all of the muslims for their sins. Ameen. We must repent everyday and night . It's must. We dont know when we will die.

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Thank you brother but most of them are actually copied

I just present it here for the sake of Allah.

Salamalaikum

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Here is an outline from a lesson about tauba that I gave to my students. It's not detailed at all because again, it is just an outline:

Bismillah

Repentance or Tauba is obligatory for EVERY sin. The linguistic meaning of tawba means "to return". When we repent, we return to Allah swt. You return from disobedience to obedience. Obedience is a part of Tawheed because then we recognize that it is Allah that is above all and that He is the One who should be our most overwhelming concern.

The Prophet PBUH himself repented over seventy times a day! This is a man who was promised Jannah! And have a look at ourselves. May Allah swt give us guidance and humble us.

Steps of Repentace

If the sin is between the servant and the Lord (for example, not praying or fasting or something in secret), then there are three conditions:

1. Leave the sin immediately
2. Feel remorse or guilt of having done the sin.
3. Resolve never to do the sin again.

A note that I must put in here is that Tauba and Sincerity go hand in hand. Sincerity is of UTMOST importance. You really have to do this for the sake of Allah and 100% of your heart.

IF the sin has affected the right of others (i.e. you have spread a rumor or stole something), then you must redress the wrong. For example, if you have spread around a rumor about someone to slander their reputation, go back and tell the people you were wrong and so and so is actually a good person. OR if you stole something, return the item or pay off what it's worth.

Now, some of us, when it comes to repentance/tauba get very disheartened. I know I do. I have done sooo much wrong, how can I be forgiven for everything?

Don't be disheartened my brothers and sisters because as the Prophet PBUH has said in this following hadith narrated by Abu Musa Al-Ash'ari,

Allah, the Exalted, will continue to stretch out His Hand in the night so that the sinner of the day may repent and continue to stretch out his hand in the daytime so that the sinners of the night may repent, until the sun rises from the West
Take a look at the last part of that Hadith. "until the sun rises from the West" What does that mean?

The day of Judgement. That is when the sun will rise from the west right? Basically, this Hadith gives us that guarantee that as long as we repent and with full sincerity, Allah The Most Merciful will forgive us, InshAllah.

As another nice story that gives us all hope, I'll post one last hadith:

Abu Sa’id al-Khudri (Radi Allah Anhu) reported
Allah’s Messenger (sal-allahu- alleihi-wasallam ) as saying:

“There was a person before you who had killed
ninety-nine persons and then made an inquiry
about the learned persons of the world
(who could show him the way to salvation).

He was directed to a monk. He came to him
and told him that he had killed ninety-nine persons
and asked him whether there was any scope
for his repentance to be accepted.
He (monk) said: No. He killed him also
and thus completed one hundred.

He then asked about the learned persons of the earth
and he was directed to a scholar, and he told him that
he had killed one hundred persons and asked him whether
there was any scope for his repentance to be accepted.
He (scholar) said: Yes;
what stands between you and the repentance?
You better go to such and such land;
there are people devoted to prayer and worship
and you also worship along with them and do not come
to the land of yours since it was an evil land (for you).

So he went away and he had hardly covered
half the distance when death came to him
and there was a dispute between the angels of mercy
and the angels of punishment.

The angels of mercy said:
This man has come as a penitent and remorseful to Allah
and the angels of punishment said:
He has done no good at all.

Then there came another angel in the form of
a human being in order to decide between them.
He said: You measure the land to which he has drawn near.
They measured it and found him nearer to the land
where he intended to go (the land of piety),
and so the angels of mercy took possession of it.

Qatada said that Hasan told him that it was said to them that as death approached him, he crawled upon his chest (and managed) to slip in the land of mercy.”
This Hadith is both in Bukhari and Muslim.

Please forgive me for any mistakes I may have made.


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Sister nice article, may Allah reward you


I like to tell you that "Sun rising from west" occurs not in the hereafter. but it will occur soon inshallah and as major sign for the other.

There are enough posts about sun rising from west here in this forum,

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Assalamu alaikum!

I wanted to thank you for directing me here, brother Prince. I don't feel as useless as I did 10 minutes ago. I feel betters accepting that it's in my nature to be a sinner but continually strive for perfection, that really resonates with me.

May Allah reward you!


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Brother Upright,


believe me my sins are so heavy that it got hard for me for repentance. but Im trying to fight against satan and overcome myself. with every step we do we will be rewarded and illuminated as long as we dont go back to the sin.


may Allah reward you for reading!

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nightrider95 wrote:
Mash'Allah very informative. I must say you post very good articles. May Allah Subhana Wa'a Ta'ala forgive you and all of the muslims for their sins. Ameen. We must repent everyday and night . It's must. We dont know when we will die.


ditto man, thanks for this article. god, now i'm depressed.

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Sister Taz dont loose your two wings

you journey is flying like a bird , if you dont have fear in the wing and in the other hope then nothing will benefit you

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UnrealPrince wrote:
Sister Taz dont loose your two wings

you journey is flying like a bird , if you dont have fear in the wing and in the other hope then nothing will benefit you


Subhan Allah, very nice saying there.

Jazak Allah Khayran bro, this one took the cake among your articles in my opinion. Brought tears to my eyes.

قُلْ يٰعِبَادِيَ ٱلَّذِينَ أَسْرَفُواْ عَلَىٰ أَنفُسِهِمْ لاَ تَقْنَطُواْ مِن رَّحْمَةِ ٱللَّهِ إِنَّ ٱللَّهَ يَغْفِرُ ٱلذُّنُوبَ جَمِيعاً إِنَّهُ هُوَ ٱلْغَفُورُ ٱلرَّحِيمُ

Say, "O My servants who have transgressed against themselves [by sinning], do not despair of the mercy of Allah. Indeed, Allah forgives all sins. Indeed, it is He who is the Forgiving, the Merciful."

[Qur'an 39:53]


Allah Most Forgiving forgives best, and may peace and blessings be upon the Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم.

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Felt like bumping this great thread ..

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JazakAllah Khair this is a very informative thread.


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