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I'm 13 years old, and I'm a girl. I made a promise and I really regret breaking it.

I promised Allah that I would never sin, and if I did, I told him to never forgive me or listen to me afterwards. I broke the promise, and I by Allah i regret breaking it. I'm focusing on becoming a good Muslim, I'm learning how to pray but the thought still haunts me.

Will Allah still forgive me, and listen to me even though I broke the promise, or am I doomed?

Please answer! I don't want to go to hell, i regret sinning.

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Yes.

"O my sons! Go and search ˹diligently˺ for Joseph and his brother. And do not lose hope in the mercy of Allah, for no one loses hope in Allah’s mercy except those with no faith.” (Translation by Dr Mustafa Khattab)

Qur'an 12:87

"God does not hold you accountable for your unintended oaths, but He holds you accountable for your binding oaths. The atonement for it is by feeding ten needy people from the average of what you feed your families, or by clothing them, or by freeing a slave. Anyone who lacks the means shall fast for three days. That is the atonement for breaking your oaths when you have sworn them. So keep your oaths. Thus God makes clear His Revelations to you, that you may be grateful." (Translation by Talal Itani)

Qur'an 58:89

You need to prioritize

feeding ten needy people from the average of what you feed your families, or by clothing them, or by freeing a slave.

If you cannot do that, then

Anyone who lacks the means shall fast for three days.

And Allah knows best.

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