If a person believes in Allah and Prophet Muhammad S.A.W and all the seven articles of faith in Islam but that person did what he desired and wanted despite the fact that he had faith but he did what he desired and wanted. So is that type of person also doomed ? Will there be any concession for this type of person ?
We muslims are in this world to do the work necessary to achieve salvation on the Day of Judgment. There is a basic criterion for the attainment of salvation:
(1) Imaan (faith); and
(2) Amil-us-Salihaat (good works).
To attain salvation you must have both.
Good works without correct Faith in Allah are worthless, because Allah has said that He is not going to give the good works of the Faithless any weight on the Day of Judgment.
"Shall we tell you of those who will lose most in respect of their deeds? Those whose efforts have been wasted in this life, WHILE THEY THOUGHT THEY WERE ACQUIRING GOOD BY THEIR WORKS? They are those who deny the ayah of their Lord and the fact of their having to meet Him. VAIN WILL BE THEIR WORKS, NOR SHALL WE, ON THE DAY OF JUDGMENT, GIVE THEM ANY WEIGHT. That is their reward - Hell - BECAUSE THEY REJECTED FAITH and took My ayah and My Messengers as a joke."
On the other side of the same coin, having Faith but then failing to do any good deeds is also not enough to win anyone salvation.
“Are they waiting to see if the angels come to them, or your Lord (Himself), or certain other signs of your Lord?! The Day that certain of the signs of your Lord do come, no good will it do a soul to believe in them then, if it didn‘t believe before, NOR EARNED RIGHTEOUSNESS THROUGH ITS FAITH.”
“Whoever works righteousness, man or woman, and has Faith, verily to them shall we give a new life, a life that is good and pure, and We will bestow on such their reward ACCORDING TO THE BEST OF THEIR WORKS.”
So that‘s it right there. It‘s not enough to merely say, “I believe”, because a pair of lips can SAY anything. Allah wants us to demonstrate that we mean what we say by putting work in for Him and His Deen.
Think about it: a “muslim” is one who submits to the Will of Allah. If a man never does anything that Allah has commanded him to do, nor abstained from that which Allah told hin to stay away from, then that man is NOT one who submits - he is one who rebels (a faasiq).
Insha‘Allah, you will understand and be helped by this answer. Ma‘as‘salaam.