Tawbah (repentance)

“Ya Rabbi! I regret all my sins. If only I had never committed them. InshaAllah I will never repeat them.” As the words of are recited, one should repent sincerely for each and every one has committed since reaching the age of adolescence, feeling deep regret.

One should believe that sincere repentance is accepted by . In fact, tells us that the sins for which we repent are first erased, then recorded in the book of deeds as good deeds

 

 

 

“…Save him who repenteth and believeth and doth righteous work; as for such, will change their evil deeds to good deeds. is ever Forgiving, .”[al-Furqan 25:70]

This is a gift from Allah to the (Muslim society) of the of Allah (s.a.w).

 

 

 

 

“Truly Allah loveth those who turn unto Him [in repentance], and loveth those who have a care for cleanliness.” [Baqara 2:222]

This ayah offers wonderful support and strength to a servant of God whose hope has been extinguished.

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