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    Go to Paradise without Reckoning and without any Punishment (OP)


    I heard that there will be a group of people on the Day of Resurrection that will go to Paradise without any punishment and without any reckoning.

    I dream of being among that group, so can someone please tell me what should I do in order to be included in that group? Please? And can you tell if there is a strong prayer in which I can ask God To include me in that group? What are the signs to know that I'm included in that group? Are there any sign to know this?

    I tried to search for it, but I could not find the answer, all what I have in mind is to fulfill the Sunnah, obligatory stuff and to avoid sins and mistakes, this what I have in mind.

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    Re: Go to Paradise without Reckoning and without any Punishment

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nitro Zeus View Post
    Of course, we were created to worship Him and do good deeds. Then why it is mentioned about this kind of group?
    Why did He create You in particular?

    Who is better, farmer or soldier? Soldiers without farmers would have no bread. Farmers without soldiers would lose their bread to enemy.
    Everyone has his own purpose.
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    Re: Go to Paradise without Reckoning and without any Punishment

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    بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم


    Tele-Lecture Notes | "Understanding and Implementing Tawakkul" | By Shaykh Bandar Al-Khaybarī (Hafidhahullah) | Translated by Mpubs | Source of Notes: Twitter Account of Mpubs (@Mpubs) | Shaykh Bander (@bander7464).

    [1] “…and put your trust in Allāh if you are believers indeed." [Sūrah al-Mā`idah 5:23]

    [2] Allāh has clarified that the reality of Īmān is trusting in Him. A necessary part of Īmān is depending and relying upon Allāh

    [3] Īmān and Tawakkul go hand in hand. If a person does not trust in Allāh, he is not a true believer

    [4] Allāh has commanded us to trust in Him alone, depend upon Him alone and rely upon Him alone

    [5] “And to Allāh belongs the Ghayb (unseen) of the heavens and the earth, and to Him return all affairs (for decision).

    [6] So worship Him (O Muḥammad) and put your trust in Him. And your Lord is not unaware of what you (people) do." [Sūrah Hūd 11:123]

    ‎[7] In this verse Allāh commanded His Prophet ﷺ to worship Him and trust in Him.

    [8] Trusting in Allāh is a form of worshipping Him, however Allāh mentions it due to its importance

    [9] It is one of the branches of worshipping Allāh but because it is such an important branch Allāh mentioned it specifically

    [10] so the believer will pay special attention to it

    [11] This commandment of having Tawakkul is also present in the Sunnah

    ‎[12] We see that the Prophet ﷺ mentioned a particular, amazing description of a certain group of people who have this Tawakkul,

    [13] and every Muslim would wish he gets the reward of those who have this Tawakkul in the dunyā when he hears what it (their reward) is.

    ‎[14] It is reported that the Prophet ﷺ said that a certain group of people will enter Jannah without any reckoning or any punishment

    [15] Just imagine, in spite of the fact that they did good deeds and mixed it with some bad deeds,

    [16] because they had this particular characteristic all of their sins will be forgiven

    [17] and they will enter Jannah without any reckoning or punishment whatsoever

    ‎[18] The Prophet ﷺ said that they are those who don't request ruqyah from others, are not superstitious and they have Tawakkul in their Lord

    [19] Ruqyah is permissible and to request it from someone else is also permissible,

    [20] however this group of people, because they trust in Allāh so much they would turn to Allāh when they get sick and never turn to another

    [21] but would ask for healing directly from their Lord

    [22] The Ṣaḥābah were amazed by this and ‘Ukkāshah stood up and said: O Messenger of Allāh, pray to Allāh that I will be one of these people

    ‎[23] He said ﷺ: You are one of them. Another man stood up and asked to be one of them but the Messenger ﷺ said: ‘Ukkāshah beat you to it

    [24] ‘Ukkāshah was not the only one to meet this description. The door is open for anyone up to our day and time to be one of them

    [25] All of the Prophets of Allāh had this great characteristic of Tawakkul, and it is something found in the heart

    [26] After them the Ṣaḥābah were the best of people in trusting in Allāh

    [27] A group of mushrikīn went outside Madīnah and were planning to return and kill all of the Muslims inside Madīnah.

    [28] The Ṣaḥābah were informed that this great group of people were gathering an army against them, but they affirmed their trust in Allāh

    [29] and they depended not on their weapons or numbers but upon their Lord

    [30] “Those (i.e. believers) unto whom the people (hypocrites) said, ‘Verily, the people (pagans) have gathered against you (a great army),

    [31] therefore, fear them.’ But it (only) increased them in Faith, and they said: ‘Allāh (Alone) is Sufficient for us,

    [32] and He is the Best Disposer of affairs (for us).’" [Sūrah Āli ‘Imrān 3:173]

    [33] Because of their trust in Allāh, and in spite of the fact that their enemies were in greater numbers,

    [34] Allāh protected them from their enemies

    [35] Abū Bakr was at the forefront of the Ṣaḥābah and was the best of them; he had this Tawakkul.

    ‎[36] On an occasion when the Messenger ﷺ was encouraging the Ṣaḥābah to give ṣadaqah ‘Umar gave half of everything he owned

    [37] and thought that on that day he was going to beat Abū Bakr but was surprised to find that Abū Bakr gave everything he owned in charity.

    ‎[38] The Prophet ﷺ asked him: What did you leave for your family? He replied: I left Allāh and His Messenger

    [39] This is trust in Allāh - knowing that when he sacrificed for Allāh, Allāh will not allow harm to touch him

    [40] Everyone who is a believer will want to know how to go about emulating them (i.e. the Ṣaḥābah) in this great characteristic.

    [41] Achieving this is not something impossible, rather there are means that lead to it such that it can bring about and bear fruits

    [42] 1. Understanding the reality of Tawḥīd, which the Prophets and Messengers were sent with;

    [43] knowing Allāh by His Beautiful Names and Lofty Attributes.

    [44] When a servant knows the reality of who his Lord is he will not turn to other than Him

    [45] 2. Our belief in submitting to the Divine Decree of Allāh. During the lifetime of a servant there must be distasteful things that happen

    [46] and even before these catastrophes take place the person must have Tawakkul,

    [47] so when it happens he will respond in accordance to what is pleasing to Allāh

    [48] When something he does not like happens to him he will remain patient because of his trust in Allāh

    [49] It was said to one of the Salaf: How did you reach this state of yours [i.e. of Tawakkul]? He responded: By four -

    [50] 1. I was certain that my sustenance does not come from anyone other than Allāh; it comes from other than myself

    [51] So even if all of humanity along with all of the Jinn were to try to get you some sustenance

    [52] you will never attain it unless Allāh had written it for you.

    [53] If it is written for you, it will come to you even if you are lying on your bed

    [54] 2. I knew that no one else will do my work for me so I was busy doing my own work.

    [55] No one will pray or fast for you, you must do these actions yourself

    [56] 3. I know that death must come one day and it will come suddenly

    [57] Sometimes it comes as a surprise, so before death comes, one should do what he can while he is alive

    [58] 4. I never escape the Knowledge of Allāh so I am ashamed for Him to see me where He has commanded me not to be

    [59] When a person always keeps this in mind, that Allāh is aware of him, he will be ashamed of being where Allāh commanded him not to be

    [60] With everything there is a road that leads to it. Allah has made creation this way. Food takes care of the problem of hunger,

    [61] water takes care of the problem of thirst and marriage is a means of attaining children etc.

    [62] If you want to attain anything you have to take the right road that leads to that destination

    ‎[63] A man came to the Prophet ﷺ and asked: Should I leave my camel untied in the desert and simply have Tawakkul that it will not run away?

    ‎[64] The Prophet ﷺ responded: Tie your camel, then have Tawakkul in Allāh

    [65] The servant must take as his example the Prophets and Messengers and the pious who preceded him

    [66] and as a fruit he will have this tranquility in his heart

    [67] because if he trusts in other than Allāh, in a created being like himself, there is no way for him to be at peace.

    [68] Rather, he will be in a state of anxiety

    ‏[69] The Prophet ﷺ:Whoever leaves his home and says بِسْمِ اللَّهِ تَوَكَّلْتُ عَلَى اللَّهِ وَلَا حَوْلَ وَلَا قُوَّةَ إِلَّا بِاللَّهِ

    [70] (In the Name of Allāh, I place my trust in Allāh, there is no might or power except by Allāh) it will be said to him:

    [71] You have been guided, sufficed and protected. And a shayṭān will say to another:

    [72] How are you going to win the battle against someone who has been guided, sufficed and protected by his Lord?


    Hope this helps in a way إن شاء الله
    Thank you

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    Re: Go to Paradise without Reckoning and without any Punishment

    Quote Originally Posted by Nitro Zeus View Post
    Can you please tell me how to put complete trust in God and have perfect tawheed?
    Yes, close your eyes from the people. Allah should be sufficient for you in every matter, exactly like food is for you in hunger, water is for you in thirst.
    Please don't use the word God, instead use the name "Allah" for Allah is the name which is written in all old testaments as well like Eloi (Ilahi) "the last words Christ spoke, from the Cross, "Eloi, Eloi, Lama Sabachthani!" - "My God, My God, why hast thou forsaken me" (Psalm 22)
    God is in English, used for Allah, but not the proper name of Allah.
    Stay blessed.

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    Re: Go to Paradise without Reckoning and without any Punishment

    Quote Originally Posted by Saira Khan View Post
    Yes, close your eyes from the people. Allah should be sufficient for you in every matter, exactly like food is for you in hunger, water is for you in thirst.
    Please don't use the word God, instead use the name "Allah" for Allah is the name which is written in all old testaments as well like Eloi (Ilahi) "the last words Christ spoke, from the Cross, "Eloi, Eloi, Lama Sabachthani!" - "My God, My God, why hast thou forsaken me" (Psalm 22)
    God is in English, used for Allah, but not the proper name of Allah.
    Stay blessed.
    But, do I sin if I use "God" for Allah? Or, is it a big problem of I use this?

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    Re: Go to Paradise without Reckoning and without any Punishment

    Quote Originally Posted by Nitro Zeus View Post
    But, do I sin if I use "God" for Allah? Or, is it a big problem of I use this?
    No it's not a sin. In English they call Him God or you can say the Christian and Jews (For Jews, Elah) and all other English speaking people call Him God. The Hindus call Him by their own made names. Why I asked you to call Him by the name Allah is because it is the proper name mentioned in Quran and old testaments as I mentioned in above comment. So, by uttering the name "Allah", we hope to earn more blessings in shaa Allah. (Will explain some other time but usually, for people calling Him God do not mean the same attributes as we believe in the attributes of "Allah" as for Asma al Hasana).
    Stay blessed.

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    Re: Go to Paradise without Reckoning and without any Punishment

    Quote Originally Posted by Nitro Zeus View Post
    But, do I sin if I use "God" for Allah? Or, is it a big problem of I use this?
    Although when you are talking to english speaking non-muslims, it is sometime better say "God", for they don't get confused.

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    Re: Go to Paradise without Reckoning and without any Punishment

    Quote Originally Posted by Physicist View Post
    Although when you are talking to english speaking non-muslims, it is sometime better say "God", for they don't get confused.
    I usually tell them Allah. And then I explain in short

    Like "Allah is the same as saying God but in Arabic language"

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    Re: Go to Paradise without Reckoning and without any Punishment

    Quote Originally Posted by Physicist View Post
    Although when you are talking to english speaking non-muslims, it is sometime better say "God", for they don't get confused.
    When a Non Muslim reverts to Islam, besides in English he or she has to say Shahadah in Arabic as well. When you say God to English speaking Non Muslim, he or she might mean the God of Trinity but when you say Allah, he or she still understands what you mean but not as they perceive God of trinity etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by مجرد روح مهجورة View Post
    I usually tell them Allah. And then I explain in short

    Like "Allah is the same as saying God but in Arabic language"
    Sister you are doing good but it's not the same, for example you cannot do "adhkar" of Asma-al-Hasana in English or you cannot perform the five time obligatory prayers in English and so on.
    JazakiAllah Stay blessed.


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