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If anyone is addicted to a major sin but then he leaves the sin for Allah and he does tawbah and promises never to repeat it again does Allah forgive him? Jazak Allah

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  • sincere tawbah = 100% chance of Allah forgiving you. doubting Allah's rahma is a big sin. Jul 25 '21 at 23:43
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    Thank you my Brother Jul 26 '21 at 9:33
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The Qur'an says: Say [that Allah declares,] ‘O My servants who have committed excesses against their own souls, do not despair of the mercy of Allah. Indeed Allah will forgive all sins. Indeed, He is the All-forgiving, the All-merciful.(39- verse 53)

Repentance is one of the great sins like other sins and how it is different in different sins. Some sins are only the right of God, such as adultery, and some have both the right of God and the right of the people, such as theft. The method of repentance from the sins that are the right of God is real repentance and determination to leave permanently and not return to it, and in cases where it is possible to prepare it (such as making up the prayers that he did not pray and fasting that he did not fast, etc.), it is obligatory. To judge. But in the case of sins that are the right of the people, in addition to remorse and remorse, he must fulfill the right of the people, unless the rightful owner makes it lawful and transgresses his right. It has a very clear sign; Whenever you see that you do not sin after repentance, your repentance is accepted; But if you sin, you have not repented at all !! Therefore, it is not acceptable. But if you continue to leave sin after repentance, it is a sign that repentance is accepted and the past sins have been erased and forgiven by God Almighty.

Is this forgivable

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