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Published on November 15th, 2018 | by Eaalim Institute | Views: 285

Will Allah Forgive Me?

I actually

wanted to share with you Ayah number 147 from
the 6th Juzz, Surah An-Nisa still.

But I read 2 Ayaat before that too in which
Allah says: “The hypocrites will be in the

lowest pit of the Hellfire.”

Then He says: “The only ones who won’t be
in the Hellfire are the people who repented

among the hypocrites.”

Meaning there are people who suffered from
hypocrisy and came back.

So hypocrisy is not a terminal state.

You can come back from it.

You can suffer from this disease and come
back to believing also because the door to

Tawba is still open.

Beautiful thing to know.

And they corrected themselves.

They reconciled.

They fixed themselves up and they held onto

And they made their religion sincere to Allah.

Because obviously, what’s the problem of
a hypocrite?


They made their religion sincere to Allah.

Then those are among the Mu’mineen.

Now they are counted among believers.

They are no longer considered hypocrites.

So they came right back in and that old label
that they had on them has been shed.

And soon Allah will give the true believers
a great compensation.

Now the Ayah began hypocrites will be in the
lowest pit of the Hellfire.

When you worry about hypocrisy…

This is Surah An-Nisa.

60 or so Ayaat are dedicated just to hypocrisy.

It’s a pretty serious subject.

It’s pretty depressing because you start
wondering “Am I a hypocrite?”

Allah (azza wa jall) at the end of it says…

And this is the reason I chose this particular

Allah tells people who are so buried in sin
and they’re so deeply engrossed in sin, they

think: “There’s no way Allah will forgive

And then shaytaan comes to them and says:
“Yeah, Allah is going to punish you.

You’re going to go to hell.”

And then they hear one of those Khutbas where
everybody is going to hell.

And then after the end of it all then you
start saying: “Why did Allah make a hell


What does Allah get out of punishing me?

Why does He want to throw me into Hellfire?

Why these intense punishments there?”

And Allah says…

This is the Ayah I wanted to share with you.

What is Allah going to get out of punishing

Why do you think He wants to punish you?

What is Allah going to do punishing you?

You think that’s what He wants?!

If you could just be grateful a little bit,
if you could just have a little faith…

And Allah Himself is Appreciative.

Shaakir is supposed to be used for the slave.

Allah uses it for Himself.

Allah will be Appreciative.

I’m not going to translate it as grateful
because that’s not what it means here.

He’ll appreciate the fact that you could think
of the good things Allah has done for you.

Like a great scholar whose child…

Hasan Al-Basri’s child was injured and because
he loved his daughter, he ran after her, picked

her up.

“What happened?

Is your hand okay?

It was bleeding.”

And she says: “Alhamdulillah.

Thank Allah the One who only allowed me to
be hurt here and kept the rest of my body


If you could just look at what to be grateful
for and you truly, really have faith then

Allah Himself is truly appreciative and He
knows what you’re going through, whatever

problems you’re going through.

He is not interested in punishing you.

Even in another place in Qur’an, Allah says:
“Except for the people who Allah shows mercy

to and that is why He created them.”

He created them so He could show them love
and mercy.

May Allah make us qualified for His love and

And may Allah not let any of us lose faith
in His love and in His mercy and in the fact
that the doors of Jannah are open waiting
for us to enter through them.



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