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Unknow..
02-13-2017, 03:33 AM
I have been suffering From waswaas for some time now! I used to ignore it but it got worse I started to say those Kufr Thoughts OUTLOUD and Im very scared! I don't believe in thoughts I am verbally saying but I'm afraid I will be punished! SOMEBODY PLEASE INSHALLAH HELP ME[emoji24][emoji24][emoji24][emoji24][emoji24]
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najimuddin
02-13-2017, 04:05 AM
Originally Posted by Unknow..
I have been suffering From waswaas for some time now! I used to ignore it but it got worse I started to say those Kufr Thoughts OUTLOUD and Im very scared! I don't believe in thoughts I am verbally saying but I'm afraid I will be punished! SOMEBODY PLEASE INSHALLAH HELP ME[emoji24][emoji24][emoji24][emoji24][emoji24]
:sl:

Your fear of Allah's punishment is a sign of strong faith in Allah. That's evident because Shaytan is trying to take this faith away.

Since you don't believe what you're saying, your faith in Allah is intact. You just have to stop saying these things out loud. As humans, we are weak. Allah won't punish us for genuine mistakes that we've made.

And, He guarantees His forgiveness for things like this. It seems obvious that you feel bad about this. That's repentance in and of itself. So no, He won't punish you.

You need to go back to that article and implement the advice given. Please believe what I'm telling you and have a good opinion of Allah.

The Prophet (:saws:) related to us that Allah says: "I am as My servant thinks of Me. I am with him when he remembers Me. If he mentions Me within himself, I mention him within Myself. If he mentions Me in an assembly, I mention him in a better assembly. If he comes near to Me a handspan, I come near to him the distance of a cubit. If he comes near to Me the distance of a cubit, I come near to him the distance of two outspread arms. If he comes to Me walking, I come to him running." [Sahîh al-Bukhârî and Sahîh Muslim]
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azc
02-13-2017, 04:22 AM
If you focus on wasawas, you will, more and more, feel disturbed, so let them come and go
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Unknow..
02-13-2017, 04:30 PM
Originally Posted by najimuddin
:sl:

Your fear of Allah's punishment is a sign of strong faith in Allah. That's evident because Shaytan is trying to take this faith away.

Since you don't believe what you're saying, your faith in Allah is intact. You just have to stop saying these things out loud. As humans, we are weak. Allah won't punish us for genuine mistakes that we've made.

And, He guarantees His forgiveness for things like this. It seems obvious that you feel bad about this. That's repentance in and of itself. So no, He won't punish you.

You need to go back to that article and implement the advice given. Please believe what I'm telling you and have a good opinion of Allah.

The Prophet (:saws:) related to us that Allah says: "I am as My servant thinks of Me. I am with him when he remembers Me. If he mentions Me within himself, I mention him within Myself. If he mentions Me in an assembly, I mention him in a better assembly. If he comes near to Me a handspan, I come near to him the distance of a cubit. If he comes near to Me the distance of a cubit, I come near to him the distance of two outspread arms. If he comes to Me walking, I come to him running." [Sahîh al-Bukhârî and Sahîh Muslim]



But For Some reason I can't Stop saying them I don't believe in them but I get the impression I did say even when I didn't and just say it!
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najimuddin
02-13-2017, 06:40 PM
Originally Posted by Unknow..
But For Some reason I can't Stop saying them I don't believe in them but I get the impression I did say even when I didn't and just say it!
You need to focus on the advice given below. Taken from https://www.islamicboard.com/advice-...ml#post2948755

The devil is a trickster, and deceit is his profession. He has been in business for as long as humans have existed. He is cunning and crafty, and he works very hard to achieve his goals. He has many tactics, at the top of the list being baseless misgivings and creating doubts in our minds and hearts. He (the devil) wants us to become confused, obsessed, and compulsive to the extent that it destroys us. He (the devil) knows our psychological makeup very, very well.

Take the means to ward off the devil, as taught by our Messenger (peace and blessings be upon him). These include the following:

(a) Seek refuge in Allah Most High, by saying, A’udhu bi Llahi min ash-shaytani r-rajim [Bukhari, Muslim]; and recite Ayat al-Kursi, as well as the last three surahs (Ikhlas, Falaq, Nas) [Tabarani, Mu’jam Kabir].

(b) Be consistent in remembrance of Allah (dhikr). Dhikr is a powerful fortress that blocks out the devil’s whisperings, which are in reality of no power or consequence. As Ibn Ata’illah states, “If the devil is not heedless of you, then do not you be heedless of the One in Whose Hand is your forelock.”Allah is in full control. Allah created the devil to spur us forward in our journey to Him Most High.

(c) Find good company—people who make much remembrance of Allah, and who remind you to do the like.

(d) Learn sacred knowledge under righteous scholars so you know the reality of the Sacred Law and its limits. Implement what you learn. The more sound knowledge one has of the religion, the more empowered one is to deal with baseless misgivings.

(e) Seek Allah’s help in this situation. Express your need and weakness to Him, and be hopeful of His gifts. As Ibn Ata’illah says, “Nothing pleads more for you than real distress; nor is anything quicker in bringing divine gifts than lowliness and impoverishment.”

(f) Turn to Allah with hope, gratitude, contentment, and love. Let Allah take care of it. Relax and give no weight whatsoever to the devil’s whisperings. The most frustrating thing for Shaytan is that we ignore his insinuations, and focus on Allah and His remembrance. Shaytan hates when we are full of hope and reliance in Allah. He hates when we are grateful and sincere. He hates when we give no weight to him, but rather turn to Allah with love.

(g) Rejoice in Allah’s mercy. Our Beloved Messenger (Allah bless him and give him peace) said:

“Verily the religion is ease, and no one shall make the religion hard except that it will destroy him. So be balanced, do your best, and rejoice! And seek help in the morning, the early evening, and something of the night.” [Sahih Bukhari]

Relax, and as our Prophet taught, rejoice. Allah is not trying to take you out of your faith. He loves that you draw closer to Him.

Take the means outlined above and then, trust in Allah.
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Unknow..
02-13-2017, 08:20 PM
Originally Posted by najimuddin
You need to focus on the advice given below. Taken from https://www.islamicboard.com/advice-...ml#post2948755

The devil is a trickster, and deceit is his profession. He has been in business for as long as humans have existed. He is cunning and crafty, and he works very hard to achieve his goals. He has many tactics, at the top of the list being baseless misgivings and creating doubts in our minds and hearts. He (the devil) wants us to become confused, obsessed, and compulsive to the extent that it destroys us. He (the devil) knows our psychological makeup very, very well.

Take the means to ward off the devil, as taught by our Messenger (peace and blessings be upon him). These include the following:

(a) Seek refuge in Allah Most High, by saying, A’udhu bi Llahi min ash-shaytani r-rajim [Bukhari, Muslim]; and recite Ayat al-Kursi, as well as the last three surahs (Ikhlas, Falaq, Nas) [Tabarani, Mu’jam Kabir].

(b) Be consistent in remembrance of Allah (dhikr). Dhikr is a powerful fortress that blocks out the devil’s whisperings, which are in reality of no power or consequence. As Ibn Ata’illah states, “If the devil is not heedless of you, then do not you be heedless of the One in Whose Hand is your forelock.”Allah is in full control. Allah created the devil to spur us forward in our journey to Him Most High.

(c) Find good company—people who make much remembrance of Allah, and who remind you to do the like.

(d) Learn sacred knowledge under righteous scholars so you know the reality of the Sacred Law and its limits. Implement what you learn. The more sound knowledge one has of the religion, the more empowered one is to deal with baseless misgivings.

(e) Seek Allah’s help in this situation. Express your need and weakness to Him, and be hopeful of His gifts. As Ibn Ata’illah says, “Nothing pleads more for you than real distress; nor is anything quicker in bringing divine gifts than lowliness and impoverishment.”

(f) Turn to Allah with hope, gratitude, contentment, and love. Let Allah take care of it. Relax and give no weight whatsoever to the devil’s whisperings. The most frustrating thing for Shaytan is that we ignore his insinuations, and focus on Allah and His remembrance. Shaytan hates when we are full of hope and reliance in Allah. He hates when we are grateful and sincere. He hates when we give no weight to him, but rather turn to Allah with love.

(g) Rejoice in Allah’s mercy. Our Beloved Messenger (Allah bless him and give him peace) said:

“Verily the religion is ease, and no one shall make the religion hard except that it will destroy him. So be balanced, do your best, and rejoice! And seek help in the morning, the early evening, and something of the night.” [Sahih Bukhari]

Relax, and as our Prophet taught, rejoice. Allah is not trying to take you out of your faith. He loves that you draw closer to Him.

Take the means outlined above and then, trust in Allah.
Final Question So saying these things Won't render me outside Islam because it's Waswaas
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najimuddin
02-13-2017, 08:58 PM
In the context of our discussion, you are not out of the fold of Islam.

Originally Posted by Unknow..
Final Question So saying these things Won't render me outside Islam because it's Waswaas
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Unknow..
02-13-2017, 11:56 PM
Originally Posted by najimuddin
In the context of our discussion, you are not out of the fold of Islam.
Ty for your Help Brother Jazakullah
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mommy
02-14-2017, 09:46 PM
I will make dua for you brother
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Huzaifah ibn Adam
02-14-2017, 10:20 PM
May Allaah Ta`aalaa grant you relief from the Wasaawis, Aameen.

Read this book:

http://yunuspatel.co.za/downloads/Wh...Shaytaan_2.pdf

The author is Maulana Yunus Patel, a very pious `Aalim from South Africa who passed away several years ago. رحمة الله عليه. The book deals with getting rid of Waswaas.
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