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reviewill
11-05-2016, 06:59 AM
I know Islam is the right religion. But i find it very difficult to accept tawheed. I try constantly and when i get a good faith, Bad thoughts comes into my mind constantly. Especially thoughts of shirk until my faith is depleted. The process continues. I believe in tawheed by pondering over solid evidences that we can see around the nature and the history of prophets. Now, i doubt that i am doing something wrong in my practice. Is this the right way to believe?
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فصيح الياسين
11-05-2016, 07:33 AM
Originally Posted by reviewill
I know Islam is the right religion. But i find it very difficult to accept tawheed. I try constantly and when i get a good faith, Bad thoughts comes into my mind constantly. Especially thoughts of shirk until my faith is depleted. The process continues. I believe in tawheed by pondering over solid evidences that we can see around the nature and the history of prophets. Now, i doubt that i am doing something wrong in my practice. Is this the right way to believe?
Dear muslims these are waswas dont focus on them.. more u focus more thy increase and disturb u.. i personally get too. But i dont focus on it so after days it goes away.
REMEMBER WHERE OCCURS TREASURE THEIF COME TO LOOT IT SAMR LIKE THIS IS SHAITAN . HE COMES TO LOOT EMAN.. CUZ ITS MOST PRECIOUS THING
Hope it help
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talibilm
11-05-2016, 07:53 AM
Originally Posted by reviewill
I know Islam is the right religion. But i find it very difficult to accept tawheed. I try constantly and when i get a good faith, Bad thoughts comes into my mind constantly. Especially thoughts of shirk until my faith is depleted. The process continues. I believe in tawheed by pondering over solid evidences that we can see around the nature and the history of prophets. Now, i doubt that i am doing something wrong in my practice. Is this the right way to believe?

:sl: brother

There is no gain without pain . to become a doctor how much does a Student strive or any other higher grade profession ? So Allah says that too

Noble Quran 29:6 '' And whoever strives only strives for [the benefit of] himself. Indeed, Allah is free from need of the worlds.''

Noble Quran 29:69 ''As for those who strive hard in Us (Our Cause), We will surely guide them to Our Paths (i.e. Allah's Religion - Islamic Monotheism). And verily, Allah is with the Muhsinun (good doers)."

Noble Quran '' And We will surely test you until We make evident those who strive among you [for the cause of Allah ] and the patient, and We will test your affairs. ''


So If you want to buy a whole country ( just one of the 200+ nations that make 1/3rd of the Globe rest of it being water ) it will be impossible then If you want to buy Paradise that is 10 times bigger than the Earth and its sweetness & happiness which could never be compared to anything on this earth to the least , Do You think Such a Paradise comes without Pain ? But ALLAH, WE HAVE TO THANK ALLAH , Ar Rahman for making it POSSIBLE that believing and Striving we become Eligible to Enter Jannah for ETERNITY but with the Mercy of Allah

The Right way is only by reading the Noble Quran and pondering on its verses and the Creations of Allah and asking Dua and practsisng the Noble Quran & hadiths & sunnah. But Shaitan is a test for us who creates doubts so seek help from Allah .

May Allah assemble all of us in INCOMPARABLE PARADISE THAT CAN NEVER EVER ENTER OUR MINDS , SUBHANALLAH

Try post # 112 may be by the Grace of Allah you may energize your Eeman

http://www.ummah.com/forum/showthrea...our-Eman/page3
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