For them, you can speak to him whenever and however you want and build a relationship with him. For us, it’s more just obligatory actions and only to worship Him.
This is a false understanding you have of Islam.
Loving Allah and doing good deeds so that He loves us is an essential part of Islam. You should speak to God whenever and however you want, ...
The context of the verse is the direction which is faced in prayer.
It covers the ruling of salah of a traveler who can not determine the direction of the qiblah because of clouds, or when he is offering voluntary prayers while his ride is moving. (see the hadith is Muslim and Ibn Majah).
It covers the case of dua, it can be made facing any direction.
In regards to a bad du'a being answered. In the hadeeth it says: “Do not pray against yourselves, do not pray against your children, and do not pray against your wealth, lest that coincide with an hour when Allaah is asked and He answers your prayers.” Narrated by Muslim (3009).
In regards to being forgiven for that bad du'a. We should never lose hope in ...
Yes with a sincere repentance I think it’s only 3 days if it’s the same. Just don’t promise Allah something you can’t keep from now on. Allah is most forgiving most merciful never lose hope. Allah knows best.
Allah is the proper noun or name of the deity which Abrahamic monotheists seek to learn about and know. It is equivalent to the English proper noun/name "God", which refers to the same deity. The name (and thus the deity) is differentiated from any (false/lesser) "god" by the use of capitalization (which in English implies a definite ...
You can get closer to Allah by worshiping him.
Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) said, "Allah says: ‘Whoever takes a close friend
of Mine as an enemy, I declare war on him. My slave does not draw
closer to Me by anything more beloved to Me than that which I have
made obligatory upon him, and My slave continues to draw closer to Me
by doing naafil (supererogatory) ...
Oh sister/brother i have the same problem. Try maybe with listening to Ruqya and removing music out of your life. The best is to arrange someone who will do Ruqyah on you InshaAllah. Those are clearly thoughts of Shaytaan which cannot be removed with medication.
Listening to Quran a lot and let Surah Al-Baqarah recite in the background (so ...
Assalam o Allaikum bro.
First of all, I would like to appreciate you to even think that way.
Now coming to your question. Try to confront those people with all your heart and pray to Allah that they forgive you. Because no matter what we do, Allah doesn't forgive us person until or unless that person forgives us whom we wronged.
Once Prophet Muhammad (SAWW) ...
I want a sandwich.
I believe that if I go into the kitchen, get some bread and cheese from the fridge, I will end up with a sandwich.
Does this go against God?
Does believing that I'll end up with a sandwich mean I'll end up with a sandwich?
Maybe I'm run out of bread. Maybe I'd die of a heart attack on the way to the kitchen. Maybe I'll actually ...
No. In Islam, there are no man-to-god physical/verbal encounters.
While yes we do believe God revealed verbal messages through prophets, it was never really Him coming down to earth as a human or verbally speaking to people.
The only person He showed Himself to and spoke one-on-one would be Prophet Moses.
Allah says in the Qur'an 7:143
"When Moses came ...
Yes. We have 99 as a matter of fact.
1 ٱلْرَّحْمَـانُ AR-RAHMAAN The Most or Entirely Merciful
2 ٱلْرَّحِيْمُ AR-RAHEEM The Bestower of Mercy
3 ٱلْمَلِكُ AL-MALIK The King and Owner of Dominion
4 ٱلْقُدُّوسُ AL-QUDDUS The Absolutely Pure
5 ٱلْسَّلَامُ AS-SALAM The Perfection and Giver of Peace
6 ٱلْمُؤْمِنُ AL-MU’MIN The ...
Regarding this act, sometimes called the secret practice, there is no clear mention, as far as I know, that it is categorically prohibited. Making a clean breast of being involved in this secret practice is a bigger mistake.
Regarding Allah's forgiveness, that is immense and always close at hand.
First of all, committing suicide will be punished in the same way on the Day of Resurrection as well as in Hellfire. Because in Surah An-Nisa Verse 29, Allah says: "O you who have believed, [...] And do not kill yourselves [or one another]. Indeed, Allah is to you ever Merciful."
The ahadith clearly state:
The Prophet (ﷺ) said: [...] "and ...
Imām Sayyid Muĥammad Ibn Áābidīn al-Ĥanafī al-Shāmī [1198-1252 AH / 1784-1836 CE] writes in Radd al-Muĥtār:
His statement, “And Iblīs is with the son of Ādam during the day.”
That is, he is with all of them, except for the one whom Allāh táālā has protected from him, and He has given him the ability for that [i.e. to be with them all], just as He has given ...
Imagine really good parents who wish the best to you, try to protect you from evil love you and would not give you up if you fail. Can the son or the daughter talk to mother or father like to a friend?
You can have several friends but only two parents and One God. God is irreplaceable and encompassing all.
If you mean whether you can talk to Allah in full ...
You got it confused.
Allah is responsible for testing YOU. But Shaytan uses this to his advantage to confuse and mislead you out of the fold of Islam. Hence, why you'd get thoughts like, "does God hate me? Why is my life falling apart? Why is this happening to me‽"
This is why it's called a test. Sure there's hardship, but it's not only that. It ...
As long as you’re completely regretting your acts and aslong as you’re seeking forgiveness of Allah s.w.t sincerely and you make Tawba Allah will completely forgive you.
Never doubt the mercy of Allah. Make tawba :
say bismillah, then make niyya (intention to make tawba) and do a perfect wudhu (ablution)
pray 2 rakats and ask for forgiveness in sujud
I know Allah is the most merciful towards us but does He love us?
Love is a human feeling. In fact, the English word stands even for two related but different human feelings; other languages such as Greek have two different words: έρωτας for the love between men and women, related to sexual attraction, and αγάπη for the caring love like parents to children, ...
If someone does not believe in:
Allah alone (1 god)
Prophet Muhammad (25 prophets)
The Holy Scriptures
The day of judgement
Jesus being only a messenger and prophet of God
If someone does not:
Follow the Qur’an
Believe in the Qur’an
Identify as Muslim
(Essentially following the 5 pillars)
They will be going to hell.
“Indeed, the religion in ...
Think of it as this way:
Despite the immense biggest sin they (Christians) do which is Shirk (believing God has a son and Jesus died on the cross) he still provides them with:
Food & water
A roof over their heads
And many other blessings.
What about atheists? Same thing.
What about gays? Same thing.
What about those who commit ...
Your father knows better, because learning Quran in a young age is much better than learning it in a late age, and most of grown up men regret not learning Quran while they were young. My advice to you is to do what your fathers says, because Quran is the words of Allah our creator, and it contains all the wisdom you need in this life, and you won't regret ...
Looking into the context, that verse is applying to the talk of this world and saying how in paradise, there won’t be anything like it there.
By definition, idly means no particular purpose, reason, or foundation.
So basically as in talking without caring as much as what you’re saying. There is no real value to the conversation, it’s useless, waste of ...
Firstly, Allah is not human-being to need time to think to decide ...
Secondly, Dua is regularly effective, and it might be corresponding its amount and other conditions...
Thirdly, the world is not a place that every thing happen miracle but also by its natural conditions ...
Assalamualaikum, may Allah (SWT) let my words from the righteous.
Brother, Allah (SWT) has created time, and space, so he's free from them. Rules are from him, not that he's from the rules. And, to clear out the confusions, after that the creation comes to an end, there's nothing left, Allah (SWT)'s is the only entity left. Allah created us from will to ...
the quran is to be interpreted with the quran first, then by the interpretation of our beloved prophet (PBUH) followed by the interpretation of the companions and finally with the arabic language.
with this in mind, let us try to understand the differences between these three verses, insha Allah. as far as my knowledge is, these three verses ...
"Tell them (O Prophet)," My servants who have committed excesses against themselves (committed sins)do not lose hope in Allah's mercy. Surely Allah forgives all sins(with repentance). He is the most forgiving,most merciful."Quran(39:53)
The fact that you did it unknowingly and want to ask for forgiveness, shows your strength in faith. There are so many ways you can ask for fogivness. You can make dikhr and recite astaghfirallah, you can make sure to repeat it in your daily prayers, and you can simply hold out your hands and make dua. Remember, that Allah (swt) is the oft-forgiving ...
is that was a punishment from Allah not obeying my father
God does not usually intervene immediately on our deeds, neither the good deeds nor the bad deeds. He admonishes us to be good and patient.
Say, “O people, the truth has come to you from your Lord. Whoever
accepts guidance is guided for his own soul; and whoever strays only
strays to its ...
Prophet (SAWW) said: “Souls are like crowds which gather together. The ones who met before get on well. The ones, who did not meet before, cannot get on very well and separate.” (Bukhari, Anbiya, 2; Muslim, Birr, 159; Abu Dawud, Adab, 19).
This hadith states that people met somewhere before they came to world. Clearly, as it cannot have happened in mothers’ ...