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    #46
    Re: I'm on the verge of shirk/kufr, and I need a sign

    Originally posted by Believer1984 View Post
    Salaam

    Maybe you have reached a point in life where you are facing your biggest test ?

    Doubts are normal but being able to face them and beat them will make you a better believer.

    You want a sign?

    Pray all 5 on-time with commitment for days and make sincere dua to Allah swt and send blessings upon Muhammad s.a.w.... talk to God alone.

    100% HE will give you a sign.

    I am a person just like you and if HE can give me a sign than he can give you 1.

    Akhi our Lord will not turn you away if you are true and yearn for sweet strong faith which I tasted and it comes and goes because life is strange as we live and we face challenges from ourself and shaitaan distracting us.

    But Islam is true because with whole honestly I begged for a sign and I seen it when my heart went soft, when my spiritual presence became fruitful, when I felt abundance of peace and when children would follow me, when love and joy comforts you.

    Not just me but many would agree that this is the best of sign when we feel the force of guidance.

    All doubts can go to hell because Islam is the heavenly haq !

    May Allah swt give you a sign which HE gave me or better. S.a.w.

    Ameen.
    The comfort and love in knowing the truth is certainly a glorious sign, and likely all I need.

    Jzk

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      #47
      Re: I'm on the verge of shirk/kufr, and I need a sign

      Originally posted by lailahailaHuwa View Post
      The comfort and love in knowing the truth is certainly a glorious sign, and likely all I need.

      Jzk
      Salaam akhi it is there just pray be patient make dua and stay away from sins and you will feel it, you will see it , you will become blessed.

      Also spend around 20 mins a day reading the qur'an with full faith.

      Have good manners.

      Insha Allah you can do it.

      In my duas.

      Peace.
      Last edited by Believer1984; 25-10-17, 10:13 PM.
      Believer1984.com Life is about believing. A website on Islam and everything else.

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        #48
        Re: I'm on the verge of shirk/kufr, and I need a sign

        Originally posted by lailahailaHuwa View Post
        Assalam alaykum

        All my life I have had doubts about Islam. I'm an Arabic speaker so I read and understand the Quran. I fast and I try to pray five times a day. I eat halal and avoid what Allah has forbidden. But still, I often feel isolated and disconnected from Allah. When I pray I feel empty. When I fast I question if it's for Allah completely or if there is a social aspect to it. When I don't eat haram things I ask the same question -- is it because of my dedication or is it so I don't eat haram around people?

        I often get frustrated at the religion. For example, today I was in the middle of prayer when I passed gas. Instead of repeating wudu, I got frustrated and cried. In a fit of anger I think I left Islam but instantly repented and said the shahada (I basically said to Allah that I wasn't going to pray until He showed me a sign). I repented as I said, but I waited an hour before calming down and making wudu and praying the prayer, making it late but still within the window of time. I do not have anger issues usually, and even when I do get frustrated I usually take a breath and I feel calm. But today was different. Why should I spend my entire life obeying rules and texts that I harbor doubts over? Again, I feel completely empty whenever I do acts of ibadah. Even at jum'ah I feel like the khutbahs are boring and the recitation of the Quran doesn't speak to my heart anymore. And yes, I do make dua for stronger iman and to keep Satan away from me, but these doubts continue.

        I ask Allah to comfort my heart, to show me a sign that I am on the true path. I know He exists, as it is irrational to believe this universe and all life came to existence from random chance. But I am not comfortable in knowing that Islam is the truth. Christians pray to Jesus and saints and experience miracles. Witches (Wiccans) pray to gods and nature and get what they want. I understand that witches use jinn (and possibly Christians when they pray to saints and Jesus), but how do I know Islam is the religion that the Creator intended for me?

        It is not questions I have; it is pure doubt. I'm the type of person to need evidence to believe something.

        Yes, I do recognize that the Quran is beautiful and complex, but that does not hinder my doubt. I just want one sign to happen to me to show me that Islam is the utter truth.

        I don't know what to do. I catch myself occasionally looking into different religions (hence the kufr/shirk in the title), but something at the back of my mind keeps me from making the leap, hoping that Allah will indeed show me a sign. But it hasn't happened yet.

        I hope the community here doesn't hold this post against me; I am not here to stir trouble or cause fitnah (though I know this post is a source of fitnah). I am genuinely seeking help, but the local imam isn't helpful, and from recent khutbahs I think he's really watering down the religion to just the Quran minus jihad, so I don't totally trust his advice.
        Seems like you are describing me few years back . I went through worse doubts which tortured me mentally. What led me to be certain is I can mention to you why Islam is true but if you inbox me it will be better because I will have to mention atleast 30 reasons in these 30 reasons are hundreds of reasons. It will take very long to go through all so I could cut it and go through selected examples.

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          #49
          Re: I'm on the verge of shirk/kufr, and I need a sign

          Look up scientific miracles in the Quran. That's proof that Islam is the right religion. The prophet Mohamed also predicted many things that would come true. Surely that's proof too.

          The Hour will not be established-till the people compete with one another in constructing high buildings.(Bukhari)
          Great distances will be traversed in short spans of time.(Ahmad, Musnad)
          etc

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            #50
            Re: I'm on the verge of shirk/kufr, and I need a sign

            http://legacy.quran.com/3/190-195

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