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say_alhamdulilah_ It was narrated from Abu Hurayrah (رضي الله عنه ) that the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Allah said: ‘Spend, O son of Adam, and I shall spend on you.” (Bukhaari, 5073 & Muslim 993)

Not only do you gain the pleasure of Allaah and his reward but giving charity is an opportunity to wash away sins. Allah (SWT) mentions in His book: “If you disclose your Sadaqaat , it is well; but if you conceal them and give them to the poor, that is better for you. (Allah) will expiate you some of your sins. And Allaah is Well-Acquainted with what you do” [al-Baqarah 2:271]. ________
It is also mentioned that the Prophet (SAW) said “Charity extinguishes sin as water extinguishes fire.” [Al-Tirmidhi, 614]
So think of the pleasure of Allah ,think of your suffering brothers and sisters and think of a sin that you regret and wish that it could be erased... and donate! LINK IN THE BIO! =)

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Unknown Redouane Rafik LAGHA
red_rafik * Le Prophète ﷺ à dit:
La gentillesse est un signe de foi, et QuiconQue ne sait pas faire preuve de gentillesse n'a pas de foi. > Rapporté par Mouslim.

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#ALG #Algeria #Algérie #DZ #TeamDZ #Oran #Team31 #Wahran #فلسطين #غزة #الجزائر #RED #Red_Rafik.

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Unknown La ilaha illa Allah
the_true_islam_ One argument put forth against the Quran is that in the Quran people’s fate in the Hereafter is solely dependent on their works and deeds, unlike Christianity where it's Gods mercy that makes one go to heaven.

To get straight to the point, whoever put forth this argument has poor understanding, not only of the Quran, but also of his own Bible!
To say that one book (Quran) speaks of people’s deeds as the sole decider, while the other book (Bible) makes God's mercy the decider is totally false.
The truth is that both books confirm the importance of both, our own deeds, as well as God's mercy.

Since this argument claims that the Quran is about deeds while Bible is about God's mercy, it is thus necessary to look at verses from each book which confirm the opposite of this claim.
First, we look at verses from the Bible which confirm that deeds play a major role in deciding the fate of the human being in the Hereafter.
Following that, we also look at Quranic verses to show that God mercy is the key decider in deciding the fate of the human being in the Hereafter. It can also be shown from the Quran that God’s mercy allows people who committed the worst of sins to be still forgiven and end up in heaven.
  •   the_true_islam_ FIRST: Verses from the Bible which confirm the importance of our deeds:

    Both the Old and New Testaments emphasise that a man’s work and deeds do matter and they are not just a passive product. Numerous verses confirm that the final judgment on the last day will be based on each man’s deeds!

    Old Testament: “Also to you O Lord, belong mercy; for you render to each one according to his work.” (Psalms 62:12) “And will he not render to each man according to his deeds?” (Proverbs 24:12)

    New Testament:

    Now we can concentrate on the New Testament since the claim above always comes from Christians. In the New Testament we have a great number of verses to choose from: “Each one will receive his own reward according to his own work.” (1 Corinthians 3:8) “For we must all have our lives laid open before the judgment of Christ, where each will be recompensed for his deeds in the body, according to what he has done, whether good or bad.” (2 Corinthians 5:10)
    “If you say “Our Father” to the One who judges every man impartially on the record of his deeds, you must stand in awe of Him while you live out your life on earth.” (1 Peter 1:17) 18min
  •   the_true_islam_ “Then another book was opened, the roll of life. From what was written, the dead were judged according to their deeds.” (Revelations 20:12)
    All the above passages from the New Testament (and more could be added to the list) tell us that, according to the New Testament, the final judgment will be on the basis of deeds, to see if each man’s life was lived in faithfulness to do all that was commanded of him.
    This is the verdict of the New Testament and it needs no elaboration. Therefore, to say that the Bible speaks of God’s mercy as the only decider to a man’s fate is contrary to all the Biblical evidence presented.
    SECOND: Verses from the Quran that confirm the importance of God's mercy: [39:53] Say, "O My servants who transgressed exceedingly against themselves, never despair of God's mercy, for God forgives all sins. He is the Forgiver, the Merciful." [2:268] God promises you forgiveness from Him and grace. [6:54] Your Lord has decreed mercy upon Himself. [13:6] Your Lord has forgiveness for the people despite their transgressions. 17min
  •   the_true_islam_ It is thus very significant that God is called the Raheem (Merciful) 95 times in the Quran. In addition, God is also called Ghafoor (Forgiver) 92 times in the Quran.
    The above Quranic verses confirm the importance of God’s mercy and how it can over-ride people’s sins.
    The above evidence, from the Quran as well as the Bible, paints a totally different picture from the claim made above.

    For more Quranic details about God’s infinite mercy please check the post
    "A glimpse into God’s Mercy" 16min
  •   three_n_one There is ONLY one true God, Jesus Christ! 7min
  •   likearasta @three_n_one it's totally ok for you to think that and live your life that way. You have your way and others have theirs. We all shall bare witness to the truth soon enough. Peace 11s

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