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  • IsaahM
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    Originally posted by Umm Hamasa View Post

    The change of bad deeds into good affects your scroll of deeds which we will see the fruit of in the Hereafter in shaa Allah. But when someone abstains from sins for the sake of Allah, and gives up things for His sake, Allah provides something better for him in this dunya as well as providing more barakah in his wealth and life overall. In his heart, he will also find tremendous peace and tranquility, and will feel cleansed of his former sins.
    Can completely agree with it through personal experience. When I was unsure about the meaning of changing bad deeds into good, Allah (in her mercy and majesty) showed me an example in my own life of how He is able to change bad into good. I wish I could explain it to you guys, but I feel the sentiment of the miracle will be lost in the rough description of my limited words. Just want everyone to know that He is Great and can change bad to good in front of our very eyes, waAllahi there is no doubt.

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  • Umm Hamasa
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    Originally posted by IsaahM View Post
    Thanks you guys! Been working quite hard over the past 6 months to implement these things .May Allah bless and forgive all of you .

    Regarding the seek forgiveness and Allah woll change your bad deeds into good, has anyone ever experienced this in real life? I know it means that bad deeds in this life will be good in the hereafter, but it could also be seen immediately in this world too..
    The change of bad deeds into good affects your scroll of deeds which we will see the fruit of in the Hereafter in shaa Allah. But when someone abstains from sins for the sake of Allah, and gives up things for His sake, Allah provides something better for him in this dunya as well as providing more barakah in his wealth and life overall. In his heart, he will also find tremendous peace and tranquility, and will feel cleansed of his former sins.

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  • IsaahM
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    Thanks you guys! Been working quite hard over the past 6 months to implement these things .May Allah bless and forgive all of you .

    Regarding the seek forgiveness and Allah woll change your bad deeds into good, has anyone ever experienced this in real life? I know it means that bad deeds in this life will be good in the hereafter, but it could also be seen immediately in this world too..

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  • Umm Hamasa
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    Originally posted by eesa the kiwi View Post

    Jazak Allah khair sister keep up the beneficial posts

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  • eesa the kiwi
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    Originally posted by Umm Hamasa View Post
    Those who repent, believe and do righteous work. For them Allah will replace their evil deeds with good. And ever is Allah Forgiving and MercifulAllah Almighty said: O son of Adam, if you call upon me and place your hope in me, I will forgive you without hesitation. O son of Adam, if you have sins piling up to the clouds and then ask for my forgiveness, I will forgive you without hesitation. O son of Adam, if you come to me with enough sins to fill the earth and then you meet me without associating anything with me, I will come to you with enough forgiveness to fill the earth.Sahih (authentic) according to Al-Albani


    Make sincere istighfar (try to cry to Allah), and make a firm resolution that you won't go back to the sin. Haste in good deeds and avoid all that leads to fornication. Not only will Allah forgive you, but he may become so pleased with you that he replaces your evil deed with good deeds as I stated above. Ya'sin offered good advice that Umrah and Hajj will help you feel purified of this sin and other sins you have committed in the past. Never lose hope or despair in Allah's mercy as this is a sin in itself and Allah wants his creation to think well of Him.
    Jazak Allah khair sister keep up the beneficial posts

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  • Umm Hamasa
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    Here is istighfar dua/dhikr and it's virtues to help you feel immediately better:

    Rasulullah Sallalahu alayhi wa Sallam used to recite :

    أستغفرالله ~ Astagfirullah (I seek forgiveness of Allah)

    at least 100 times a day.
    ___________________________

    Hazrat Abdullah bin Abbas

    [Abu Dawud]


    A person who says :

    أَسْتَغْفِرُ اللَّهَ الْعَظِيمَ الَّذِي لاَ إِلَهَ إِلاَّ هُوَ الْحَيُّ الْْقَيُّومُ وَ أَتُوبُ إِلَيْهِ




    [Abu Dawud- 2:85/ Tirmidhi 5:569

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  • Umm Hamasa
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    Those who repent, believe and do righteous work. For them Allah will replace their evil deeds with good. And ever is Allah Forgiving and MercifulAllah Almighty said: O son of Adam, if you call upon me and place your hope in me, I will forgive you without hesitation. O son of Adam, if you have sins piling up to the clouds and then ask for my forgiveness, I will forgive you without hesitation. O son of Adam, if you come to me with enough sins to fill the earth and then you meet me without associating anything with me, I will come to you with enough forgiveness to fill the earth.Sahih (authentic) according to Al-Albani


    Make sincere istighfar (try to cry to Allah), and make a firm resolution that you won't go back to the sin. Haste in good deeds and avoid all that leads to fornication. Not only will Allah forgive you, but he may become so pleased with you that he replaces your evil deed with good deeds as I stated above. Ya'sin offered good advice that Umrah and Hajj will help you feel purified of this sin and other sins you have committed in the past. Never lose hope or despair in Allah's mercy as this is a sin in itself and Allah wants his creation to think well of Him.

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  • Ya'sin
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    Have you thought about making an intention to go umrah or Hajj? Even if you are not financially ready, always have a sincere intention because that can make anything possible.

    It could help you to feel purified and put the past behind by starting fresh and making sure you never go back to those sins.

    It's always a good thing to feel regret for our sins, it acts as a reminder so that we continue asking Allah for mercy and forgiveness.

    Focus on all the positive things you can do instead of distracting yourself on the past.

    Be humble, kind, be good to everyone whatever they're age, give charity etc. Do everything that pleases Allah subhana wata ala.

    Just strive to please Allah the Almighty.

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  • muslimgirl13
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    ik im weeks late, but i came across this post and it made me sad. OP, its quite obvious you really regret what you did. please dont torture yourself further, the physical punishment is not a necessity if your tawbah is so sincere which i can tell you already feel badly for. best of luck and make sure not to expose yourslef

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  • IsaahM
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    Originally posted by Saif-Uddin View Post

    You posted the Punishment for Zina is 100 lashes, Zina includes both, posted it for your information in case you didn't know.

    I don't see why you have to behave like an arrogant little kid.
    Read the first line genius, I specified that I was talking about fornication in zina. Cant you see the words in the first line, the first sentence? Is your "common sense" so bad that it's affecting your memory? cant remember the first line by the time you reach the last line? Sigh. You're getting too old Raziel

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  • IsaahM
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    Originally posted by Saif-Uddin View Post

    You posted the Punishment for Zina is 100 lashes, Zina includes both, posted it for your information in case you didn't know.

    I don't see why you have to behave like an arrogant little kid.
    Because you behave like an arrogant father, full of pride and self-righteousness. Your kids must detest you. Don't be confused why they do, use your "common sense"

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  • Saif-Uddin
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    Originally posted by IsaahM View Post

    Thank you for your reply, but it's obvious that that information is already known. Anyhow the information you gave was not even requested, so......
    You posted the Punishment for Zina is 100 lashes, Zina includes both, posted it for your information in case you didn't know.

    I don't see why you have to behave like an arrogant little kid.

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  • IsaahM
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    Originally posted by Saif-Uddin View Post

    100 lashes are for Fornicators, for Adulterers its stoning to death.
    Thank you for your reply, but it's obvious that that information is already known. Anyhow the information you gave was not even requested, so......

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  • Saif-Uddin
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    Originally posted by IsaahM View Post
    I know there's no right or wrong answer to most of the questions that are posted here, but it's nice to get opinions.

    What if someone has committed fornication, zina before marriage that is, and then they repent for what they've done. It sometimes doesn't feel like it's enough, because the level of sin is horrible to recollect and it's hard to forget what you've done and the number of people you've done it with. The punishment is 100 lashes for zina. If the guilt is too much to bear, should a person seek out the physical punishment in order to feel cleansed of the sins? If yes, is it even possible in the 21st century for a person to be able to seek out such a punishment?
    100 lashes are for Fornicators, for Adulterers its stoning to death.

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  • Kaas
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    I dont think forgiveness lies in the punishment, it lies in you asking for forgiveness. And surely Allah will forgive you if you ask Him.

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