The Reality of The Sin

“There shall be sheets of fire above them and beneath them. This is the end against which Allah warns His servants. So dread My wrath, O you servants of Mine!” (Qur’an 39:16)

“When you received it with your tongues and said with your mouths that of which you had no knowledge and thought it was insignificant while it was, in the sight of Allah, most serious.” (Qur’an 24:15)

“Did they then feel secure against the plan of Allah?- but no one can feel secure from the Plan of Allah, except those (doomed) to ruin!” (Qur’an 7:99)

Dear respected readers, dear truth seekers today we will speak with you about a matter of the utmost importance, a grave matter.   

We must be reminded of who Allah (swt) is. The Sovereign, the Most High,  The Owner of the Throne.   Look at this universe that has been created.   In it are natural phenomena that are both awesome and terrifying. Allah (swt) is the Most High.  Allah (swt) is the Master of the Day of Judgement.  We are the slaves of Allah (swt).

Who are we?

“Has there come upon the human being a span of time when he was nothing to be mentioned?” (Qur’an 76:1)

“He created humans from a sperm-drop, then—behold!—they openly challenge ˹Him˺. (Qur’an 16:4)

And our open enemy, Satan, Iblis, the cursed one vowed to Allah (swt).

“I shall attack them from all directions and You will find most of them will not be grateful to you”. (Qur’an 7:17)

One of the many ailments and sickness of the Muslim ummah and indeed the human condition is without how light we treat the issue of sin, of open rebellion against Our Creator, Our Creator who made this universe for us, who told all other creation to bow down in subjugation to us.  May Allah (swt) forgive us.So, yet we are given to theological views that are not in line with the Qur’an.  They are not in line with the greatness of Allah (swt).  They take light the threats of Allah (swt), they take the punishment of the hellfire as some light matter.

The Reality of The Sin by Shaykh, Dr Scholar Abdullah bin Saeed bin Abdullah Al Ma’mari May Allah protect him and continue to benefit us from him.

Sadd adh-dhara’i’ -blocking the means. In this case to that which is harmful.

Treating rebellion against Allah (swt) as a light matter.

The belief that believers will go to the hellfire for a little while and then be released from it. (not a single verse in the Qur’an supports this).

What is the meaning of the word MUSLIM?  Have we forgotten?

Does not the word Muslim mean ‘one who submits’ to Allah?

Does Muslim mean one who submits completely or partially?

We can submit 90% to Allah (swt)? That is the meaning of the word ‘Muslim’?

“But no! Whoever submits Their whole selves to Allah and does good will have their reward with their Lord. And there will be no fear for them, nor will they grieve. (Qur’an 2:112)

“So whose way of life could be better than that of he who submits his whole being to Allah, does good, and follows exclusively the way of Abraham whom Allah took for a friend?” (Qur’an 4:125)

“Now whoever surrenders his whole being unto Allah, and is a doer of good nevertheless, has indeed taken hold of a support most unfailing: for with Allah rests the outcome of all events.” (Qur’an 31:22)

May Allah (swt) guide us to the truth! “Perhaps your Lord will have mercy on you ˹if you repent˺, but if you return ˹to sin˺, We will return ˹to punishment˺. And We have made Hell a ˹permanent˺ confinement for the disbelievers.” (Qur’an 17:8)


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