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Allah wants His sincere and faithful servants to trust Him in every circumstance. Indeed, all Prophets encountered many difficulties and much enmity while spreading Allah’s message within their unbelieving communities. And yet they always maintained their brave and resolute attitude for, seeking only Allah’s good pleasure, they took refuge in Allah.
Allah informs us that He helps those who help His religion. There will always be people who fight believers and follow Satan. They may hatch plots to harm believers and strive to break their zeal with offensive words and slanders. Yet they can never attain their goals, for their plans are feeble next to Allah’s infinite power and wisdom. Allah, Who knows and sees all the details of every plot, helps the patient and resolute believers who befriend Him and enables them to attain the best. This metaphysical phenomenon is incomprehensible to unbelievers. In this way, believers who trust in Allah attain great spiritual and physical strength.More Inspiration | www.LionOfAllah.com  
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lionofallah:

Allah wants His sincere and faithful servants to trust Him in every circumstance. Indeed, all Prophets encountered many difficulties and much enmity while spreading Allah’s message within their unbelieving communities. And yet they always maintained their brave and resolute attitude for, seeking only Allah’s good pleasure, they took refuge in Allah.

Allah informs us that He helps those who help His religion. There will always be people who fight believers and follow Satan. They may hatch plots to harm believers and strive to break their zeal with offensive words and slanders. Yet they can never attain their goals, for their plans are feeble next to Allah’s infinite power and wisdom. Allah, Who knows and sees all the details of every plot, helps the patient and resolute believers who befriend Him and enables them to attain the best. This metaphysical phenomenon is incomprehensible to unbelievers. In this way, believers who trust in Allah attain great spiritual and physical strength.

More Inspiration | www.LionOfAllah.com  

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30 Days — A Ramadhan Journal Alhamdulillah, the one of a kind exclusive Ramadhan Journal is finally here!
By the Grace of Allah, together with award winning International Islamic artist Zohayma Montanér, we have made this journal “stupendofabulously” special, Alhamdulillah!
With 320 brilliantly colored pages, this journal will definitely make your Ramadhan memorable and fun filled while helping you learn more about Islam.
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lionofallah:

30 Days — A Ramadhan Journal

Alhamdulillah, the one of a kind exclusive Ramadhan Journal is finally here!

By the Grace of Allah, together with award winning International Islamic artist Zohayma Montanér, we have made this journal “stupendofabulously” special, Alhamdulillah!

With 320 brilliantly colored pages, this journal will definitely make your Ramadhan memorable and fun filled while helping you learn more about Islam.

YES, we are now accepting pre-orders, so what are you waiting for?

To order this Ramadan Journal, message:

www.fb.com/zmdesigns

OR

zmontanerdesigns@gmail.com

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lionofallah:





Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said:

“I swear by Him in whose hand is my soul, if you were a people who did not commit sin, Allah would take you away and replace you with a people who would sin and then seek Allah’s forgiveness so He could forgive them.”

[Sahīh Muslim (2687)]






Allah already has a creation which is sinless. He has the angels who “never disobey Allah in what He commands them and carry out whatever they are told to do.” [Sūrah al-Tahrīm: 6] they glorify Allah without fail. Some are standing in prayer, some are bowing, and some are in prostration saying: “Glory be to the the possessor of the dominion and its possessions! Glory be to the possessor of might and irresistible power. Glory be to the Living One who never dies!” 




The Prophet (peace be upon him) said:

“I see and hear what you do not. The heavens heaved, and they have a right to do so, since there is not a place the width of a hand span that is not occupied by an angel prostrating his forehead to Allah.”

[Sunan al-Tirmidhī (2312) and Sunan Ibn Mājah (4190)] 


In spite of all this, Allah in His wisdom wanted to create beings besides the angels – human beings who would need to be guided to the proper path and who were capable of going astray. Allah says:

“Lo! We have shown him the way, whether he be grateful or disbelieving.” [Sūrah al-Insān: 3]


This is the nature upon which Allah created the human being. It is unavoidable that people will err. Therefore Allah has permitted us to ask His forgiveness. Indeed, He exhorts us to do so, and He promises us His forgiveness. We should make it a habit to seek Allah’s forgiveness as often as we can. Constancy in beseeching forgiveness is a cure for the maladies of the heart as well as a means of having our sins erased. How much Allah is willing to forgive us can be seen in the following hadith related in Sahīh al-Bukhārī and Sahīh Muslim:

Someone committed a sin and then said: “O Allah! Forgive me my sin.” Allah said: “My servant committed a sin, but knew that he has a Lord who forgives sins and punishes sins.” Then he committed the sin again and said: “My Lord! Forgive me my sin.” Allah said: “My servant committed a sin, but knew that he has a Lord who forgives sins and punishes sins.” Then he committed the sin again and said: “My Lord! Forgive me my sin.”Allah said: “My servant committed a sin, but knew that he has a Lord who forgives sins and punishes sins. Do as you will, for I have forgiven you.”[Sahīh al-Bukhārī (7507) and Sahīh Muslim (2758)]



We understand from this hadīth that when Allah forgives a sin, it is forgiven. If the person commits the same sin again, Allah will not revoke His forgiveness for the previous time the sin was committed, but will only hold the sinner to account for the present occurrence. Forgiveness is something Allah gives, and He does not revoke what He gives. Once a sin is wiped from our records, it is wiped away for good. 
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lionofallah:

Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said:
“I swear by Him in whose hand is my soul, if you were a people who did not commit sin, Allah would take you away and replace you with a people who would sin and then seek Allah’s forgiveness so He could forgive them.”
[Sahīh Muslim (2687)]
Allah already has a creation which is sinless. He has the angels who “never disobey Allah in what He commands them and carry out whatever they are told to do.” [Sūrah al-Tahrīm: 6] they glorify Allah without fail. Some are standing in prayer, some are bowing, and some are in prostration saying: “Glory be to the the possessor of the dominion and its possessions! Glory be to the possessor of might and irresistible power. Glory be to the Living One who never dies!” 

The Prophet (peace be upon him) said:
“I see and hear what you do not. The heavens heaved, and they have a right to do so, since there is not a place the width of a hand span that is not occupied by an angel prostrating his forehead to Allah.”
[Sunan al-Tirmidhī (2312) and Sunan Ibn Mājah (4190)] 
In spite of all this, Allah in His wisdom wanted to create beings besides the angels – human beings who would need to be guided to the proper path and who were capable of going astray. Allah says:
“Lo! We have shown him the way, whether he be grateful or disbelieving.” [Sūrah al-Insān: 3]
This is the nature upon which Allah created the human being. It is unavoidable that people will err. Therefore Allah has permitted us to ask His forgiveness. Indeed, He exhorts us to do so, and He promises us His forgiveness. 

We should make it a habit to seek Allah’s forgiveness as often as we can. Constancy in beseeching forgiveness is a cure for the maladies of the heart as well as a means of having our sins erased. 

How much Allah is willing to forgive us can be seen in the following hadith related in Sahīh al-Bukhārī and Sahīh Muslim:
Someone committed a sin and then said: “O Allah! Forgive me my sin.” 

Allah said: “My servant committed a sin, but knew that he has a Lord who forgives sins and punishes sins.” 

Then he committed the sin again and said: “My Lord! Forgive me my sin.” 

Allah said: “My servant committed a sin, but knew that he has a Lord who forgives sins and punishes sins.” 

Then he committed the sin again and said: “My Lord! Forgive me my sin.”

Allah said: “My servant committed a sin, but knew that he has a Lord who forgives sins and punishes sins. Do as you will, for I have forgiven you.”

[Sahīh al-Bukhārī (7507) and Sahīh Muslim (2758)]
We understand from this hadīth that when Allah forgives a sin, it is forgiven. If the person commits the same sin again, Allah will not revoke His forgiveness for the previous time the sin was committed, but will only hold the sinner to account for the present occurrence. Forgiveness is something Allah gives, and He does not revoke what He gives. Once a sin is wiped from our records, it is wiped away for good. 

More Inspiration | www.LionofAllah.com
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