In the first case, one was left on his own; to his self that urges to evil. Consequently, he would increase his evil deeds and enjoy his sinful actions. However, as for the one in case 2, sins were ma
I was giving a lecture about thinking good of Allah (Husn Az-zan bi-Allah) and having positive thoughts about Him. I explained to the audience how this good thinking is an essential part of sound beli
In preparation for Ramadan's grand finale, here is a checklist of some of the things that we can all do to make the remaining days of Ramadan work to our advantage...
These answers and the like suggest that the term “supererogatory” – in the eyes of that heedless Muslim – is equal to ‘not to do’. Indeed, this is nothing but great ignorance about the Pro
In this motivational lecture, Sheikh Qadhi presents contemporary examples of people who had such high ambitions and determination that turned their average lives into high achievements and great endea
The sinner is forever shackled by his devil; he is confined to the prison of his desires and chained by his whims. There is no prisoner in a worse condition than a prisoner that has been captured by h
Given freedom of will, judgment is inevitable. The human being must give an account of his conduct and must face the consequences of how he lives his life. Obviously, to be judged fairly, this judgmen
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