I was wondering, if it is true that God Almighty does not like the lazy people, those who don't study at school? And is that true that if God Almighty see you not only at Muslims also at non-Muslims are trying hard and being ambitious on studying math and physics and etc. then He'll help you even if you haven't ask Him, and even to know that He is helping you in the way so that the person will succeed and will also God Almighty prepare for that person a bright, wonderful with highest salary and to have also easy life and he can also be able to build a device or a machine or to do any amazing things in future as a reward from God?

And the last thing is, if He'll be very happy if He see someone who tries to study well in school?

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God loves believers and the doers of good and those who fear him and those who rely on him and those who act justly, and He dislikes infidels and wrongdoers and traitors and the arrogant people . God dislikes corruption.

Being lazy in school is not that critical in this context . Of course , you can study hard with the intention of making your life better and make you parents happy , then it is a good deed. you can be lazy on purpose , to harm yourself or make your parents sad , on purpose , then it is not a good deed . You cannot be sure what God will give you in the future. You do your best in learning and working , and make Duaa to Allah always , as Duaa itself is an act of worshipping.

May Allah reward you .


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