Monday, December 18

We Slaves And Creations of Allah (Swt), And Nothing Else

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This article is coming from a reborn Muslim who (after reflecting upon his life) has seen the light of guidance in his heart and. I started off as a pure Muslim when I was born, and had a great childhood, was taught Namaz, the Quran, and all things related to Islam. But as I grew older my life and responsibilities continued to change, and I started straying away from the Message. Straying away from the message was complicated, as the change that truly had an effect on me was family troubles, which had a great effect on my faith towards my religion.

“Say: ‘Obey Allah, and obey the Messenger: but if ye turn away, he is only responsible for the duty placed on him and ye for that placed on you. If ye obey him, ye shall be on right guidance. The Messenger’s duty is only to preach the clear (Message). (The Noble Quran, 24:54)”

This quote explains that the Messenger’s duty was to bring the Message (Islam) to us by preaching it, and if you follow it, you will be guided to your rightful path. Think of this path as a Never-ending journey, which leads to Allah (s) good graces, which you will never repent for. The path includes starting with the first Kalma (purity) which, which is to testify that “There is) none worthy of worship except Allah and Muhammad is the messenger of Allah.” The hidden meaning in this message is the purification of the soul, whereby you have started the journey to become a Muslim, and after reading it, you have started your new life as a Muslim. Upon reading this (in Arabic), all of your previous sins will be wiped and you will start from a new slate. This new slate involves learning the Islamic way of life, which involves Reading and understanding the Quran (and passing on the knowledge), Praying 5 times a day (according to the Hijri Calender, Declaring the Oneness of Allah (see the First Kalma Tayyab), Fasting (during the month of Ramadan),  Visiting the Official and true house of Allah, and Paying your dues to the poor and needy (2.5% of your total income).

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The light of guidance was the true path for me becoming a Muslim after going through all the troubles in my family and then straying from the path. I hope this little article helps you to understand Islam, and follow it for it is the true path. May Allah also give you guidance (sending you to your true path) Ameen Sumameen Rabbilalameen


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