Clinging to righteousness and avoiding sin is not just about worshipping One God without partner through conventional rituals. It goes far beyond that to one’s moral and mannerly behavior, taking heed of one’s conscience, and seeking with one’s heart. Part 1: Righteousness defined by revelation and reason.
Clinging to righteousness and avoiding sin is not just about worshipping One God without partner through conventional rituals. It goes far beyond that to one’s moral and mannerly behavior, taking heed of one’s conscience, and seeking with one’s heart. Part 2: Sin is what bothers the conscience and is shameful to the righteous heart.
Islam absolutely forbids cheating and deception whether Muslims or non-Muslims are involved. The stern warnings of the Prophet of Mercy to those who cheat others.
The role of intention in the acceptability of religion worship by God.
Everyday actions become acts of worship which are rewarded by God if the proper intention is kept.
The last sermon of Prophet Muhammad which he delivered at Hajj, the annual pilgrimage made to Mecca by Muslims all over.
A Hadith Qudsi is God’s message to humankind but in the words of Prophet Muhammad.
Humans need God.
Take advantage of your blessings from God before they come to an end.
An explanation of a Prophetic saying which emphasis the importance of good character. And good character includes our relationship with the Creator, ourselves and those around us.
An explanation of a Prophetic saying which emphasis the importance of being positive, striving and trusting God.
Some people fail to recognize that God intended for His Creation to contain beauty.
Explanation of a Prophetic narration that highlights the importance of God-consciousness, good deeds and dealing well with others.
An explanation of a Prophetic narration that clearly demonstrates the Islamic stance on equality and how this helped integrate a huge diversity of nations and peoples into one great civilization.
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