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Those Who Give and Fear Allah

Added by on 21/10/2020

What is the Divine promise for those who give and fear Allah in this world and in the Hereafter? “As for he who gives and fears Allah,...

Those Who Give and Fear Allah

There are so many reflective questions man should ask themselves

O man! Who are you?

You are Allah’s foremost creature

As you, eternally, dared to bear the trust

Undertook to bear it, Allah has subjected for you all that is in the heavens and earth

In their subjection are guidance and honour for man

The wisdom of guidance is for us to believe

And the wisdom of honoring is to be thankful

And if you believe and are grateful to Allah then you have achieved the goal of your existence

And then the divine chastisement will stop

Allah the Almighty said: “What would Allah do with your punishment if you are grateful and believe?” (An-Nisaa’ 4:147)

It is a guarantee from Allah

This is for the individual, as for the nation: “But Allah would not punish them while you, (O Muhammad), are among them” (Al-Anfal 8:33)

A nation lives according to the teachings of the Prophet is safe from the punishment of Allah

“But Allah would not punish them while you, O Muhammad), are among them” (Al-Anfal 8:33)

Dear brothers,

The point now is that human is the foremost creature

Here’s another considerable thing about that human

When Allah (Exalted be He) said: “By the night when it covers and (by) the day when it appears, and (by) He who created the male and female, Indeed, your efforts are diverse” (Al-Layl 92:1-4)

Seven billion two hundred million humans

Each one of them has a certain goal which they are striving for, but Allah, from His wisdom, integrated all these goals into two categories

The first: “As for he who gives and fears Allah, and believes in the best (reward)” (Al-Layl 92:5-6)

Believes that he has been created for Paradise

So, based on this belief, they refrain from evil and disobedience of Allah

Dedicating their life to giving

“As for he who gives and fears Allah, and believes in the best (reward)” (Al-Layl 92:5-6)

Those are the ones who are saved, those are the happy and safe in this life and the Hereafter

“As for he who gives and fears Allah, and believes in the best (reward)” (Al-Layl 92:5-6)

They believed in the best reward and, accordingly, feared Allah and refrained from disobedience

Feared Allah and refrained from disobedience, they, accordingly, dedicated their life to giving

That’s why at the top of humanity there are two groups of people:

Those with authority and might, and Prophets

Those with authority enslaved people, but Prophets enslaved hearts

Those with authority controlled people

And Prophets lived for people

Those with authority take and never give back

Prophets give, and desire for nothing in return

Those with authority are praised only while they are present

But prophets are praised while they are absent

All the people follow either someone with authority or a prophet

But true success is to be among the followers of Prophets

to dedicate your life for spending

“By the night when it covers and (by) the day when it appears, and [by] He who created the male and female, Indeed, your efforts are diverse” (Al-Layl 92:1-4)

The Rewards for Them Who Give and Fear Allah

The first group: “he who gives and fears Allah, and believes in the best reward” (Al-Layl 92:5-6)

The divine reward in this life before the Hereafter: “We will ease him toward ease” (Al-Layl 92:7)

A smooth life, a successful marriage

dutiful and kind children, good reputation

consecutive successes, etc.,

When Allah gives, His grace will indeed amaze you

The other group: “But as for he who withholds and considers himself free of need, and denies the best (reward)” (Al-Layl 92:8-9)

They denied the best reward (Paradise) and, accordingly, believed in this life that they feel no need of Allah instead of obedience to Him, and therefore dedicating their life to only take and never give back

“he who gives and fears Allah, and believes in the best reward” (Al-Layl 92:5-6)

“he who withholds and considers himself free of need, and denies the best reward” (Al-Layl 92:9)

Those human regardless of their religion, race, ancestry, sex, tendencies, inclination, Allah has divided them into two categories

“he who gives and fears Allah, and believes in the best reward” (Al-Layl 92:5-6)

“he who withholds and considers himself free of need, and denies the best reward” (Al-Layl 92:9)

The Divine promise for the first party is: “We will ease him toward ease” (Al-Layl 92:7)

As for the second Allah promised: “We will ease him toward difficulty” (Al-Layl 92:10)

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