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Almighty Allah likes His servants' repentance. He says; "repent sincerely to Allah." That is a contentment for the Muslim. That is because those who repent would find contentment in their hearts. Their love for Allah would increase and because they have made a mistake, repentance would give them a feeling of contentment in their hearts about their feeling of guilt.
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.
One makes a mistake, commits a sin and throws himself, he suffers. This is not what God wants from you. He simply says "repent and go on with your life." He doesn't say, "Cast yourself down, devastate yourself." Such are abnormal acts; such are the acts of the idolaters. In the end God is the One Who makes you do that mistake. There is good in that. You simply will not repeat it and that is it. You will make up your mind, won't do it again.
One says ,"When I make a mistake, my good conscience disturbs me, it makes me unable to breath." That stems from letting Satan suffocate you. Why is there the need for that, my brother? You simply put your trust in God and that is it, you repent to God. What does repentance mean? You hope God will accept your repentance. Then, what does being suffocated mean? That would mean that you do not trust God. If you've made a mistake, you've made the mistake in your destiny. Did you decide to never to do it again? You did. If you are determined about this, that takes care of it.
It is quite natural for a Muslim to make a mistake. People should not be afraid of making mistakes. Even if it is a big mistake, it can be solved by giving advice. But reacting angrily to advice is not normal. You could say, "Okay, I will consider this. May God bless you. I will try my best." That's it. But angry overreaction to advice is abnormal behavior.
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