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Almighty Allah says; "Every self will taste death." There is a tasting like honey and in this; lives will be taken nicely with beautiful smells, full of beauties, with compliments, with contentment, with encouragement, by reciting the Name of Allah. And there is another way that lives will be taken and in this; lives will be taken with beatings, by dragging them in dark, by making them lose face. May Allah deem us among those Muslims whose lives will be taken nicely. If one's life is taken nicely, his place will surely be in the Heaven insha'Allah.
If a person is in disbelief, everything he does would be a malice for him. He eats food and that becomes malicious for him; he goes out to the streets and that becomes malicious for him; whatever he does brings about malice. There would be no benevolence for him. If a person is sincere and devout, if he has a clean heart, there would be goodness in everything he does.
Religiously unlawful acts put people in distress. It would tear them into pieces. Knowing that something is religiously unlawful, it would not be possible to do it carefree. But because weakness of faith makes a person's body paralyzed, because it makes the flesh rot away, such a person would not be affected by it and would easily do unlawful acts. Actually it is impossible for an alive and fresh mind and body to do something religiously unlawful. A person can only do unlawful things if he is dead inside. A lively person would never be able to do that as it would be an unbearable pain for him. That is not something that a Muslim could ever do.
A Muslim should apologize when he makes a mistake. God likes this behavior. That is an attitude God approves. Those who are after the approval of God should do this. They should say; "My Lord, forgive me for what I've done." They should say; "Astagfirullah, Astagfirullah, Astagfirullah." God sees this as a beauty.
God bestows bad-tempered, grumpy, snappish people whom everyone hates upon those people with darkened hearts. And He bestows loving, radiant people whose hearts are full of love and compassion to Muslims, to people with beautiful manners, to people who love others. That is how it is in this world and that is how it will be in the Heaven.
They cannot attain anything with jealousy. As they feel jealous, God increases His blessings upon Muslims even more. And He takes away the blessings those jealous ones have.. He makes them even more scrunched, more scorched as time passes. They become even more introverted, they feel depressed, they turn into loveless, compassionless, affectionless, heartless sick people with no profundity, may God forbid.
One should refrain from those who do not fear God, from those who do not act on faith, those who do not act with the Qur’an. That is because they have no fundamental law. You would never know what they are thinking. They could do anything. But a Muslim does have a fundamental law and abides by the laws of God.
Muslims always face beautiful things after their deaths. There would be no difficulties, no pain, no fear for them; they won't face such feelings in any stage. Everything goes smoothly for them. They will never face any kind of distress while their souls are taken, while they arise from death, while they enter Heaven.
Muslims are always in a good mood. What does sorrow mean? May God forbid, it means, "I do not like what God has created for me." We see the goodness in everything God creates. We see the goodness in it when we have a martyr; we do not get sad, we do not mourn. Mourning is a custom of the pagans, it is the tradition of the idolaters.
Muslims are brothers. God says, "Muslims are each other's protecting friends." Let us create a system in which all Muslims would love one another. They are all brothers. Look, God says “...they are each other's protecting friends," meaning they are each other's protectors. They take care of one another, they help each other, they take care of each other when they are ill, they take care of everything about each other. I mean, they take care of each other like they would take care of a child.
Muslims are one another's brothers. They should love one another and protect each other, watch over one another. They will look at each other with good intentions with love and look for goodness in each other, both in good days and in bad days. They will not look at each other with prejudice or with political intent. No matter from which party they are, no matter from which walk of life they are, we have to look out for them. Muslims are each other's brothers and sisters and they are protective friends of one another.
The hypocrite never takes upon himself the Qur’anic verses about hypocrites; only a believer does that. A Muslim realizes that with terror and astonishment; he says to himself, what have I done? I have sunk deep into the signs of hypocrite, I have sunk deep into a swamp and I have to get away. He gives up completely; he ends it fundamentally in his heart because it is clear that he cannot live with it: Besides he had already seen how filthy it was.
When hypocrites talk, they talk with malice. When they talk, they talk instigation or trouble, or bad luck, or a reason to argue, or something to mess with, or delusion, or a devilish urge. What about a believer? He always talks in a way that brings prosperity, tranquility, a way that removes instigation, a way that brings comfort to the heart.
The true hypocrite is a psychopath. He always holds his ground. He does not give up no matter what you do. He may fidget and squirm but he does not give up since he is of an evil nature. On the other hand, the believer may sometimes have the behaviour of a hypocrite. He can be a normal Muslim again when he gives up.
Hypocrites believe that in time, the order God has established will collapse. So they deem Muslims weak. Just as Muslims believe that Islam will prevail, hypocrites believe that the disbelievers will prevail. They believe that the party of satan will prevail. For that reason, they never trust in Muslims and Islam.
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