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servantforever
02-28-2006, 10:25 AM
Some Muslim who have not known himself acutely,
If they do not drink alcohol,
neither they commit adultery, nor they gamble,
they also do not kill people,
They feel comfort and satisfied,
Because they reckon they are free from the great sins,
Due to that they condemn and criticize those who involve in such external sins mentioned above,
Whilst, in contrast they are arrogant,
they like showing off, they like to be praised and compliment,
They are easily angry(hot tempered),
envy and spite are their evil traits,
glamour and fame are hunted in their life and become the goal of their life,
Everything that they possess are the great sins which are hidden,
They do not realize it because their heart has been sealed,
their heart is blind eventhough they are Muslim Scholars,
Those who commit the great external sins,
they would realize their sins,
They know that they are committing the debased sins,
They easily repent and remorse over the sins,
But for those who commit the great internal sins,
it is rare for them to realize it,
In fact, they feel they are free from any sins,
They can't see their own internal sins,
But they see other external sins,
Normally those who commit the internal sins rarely repent and remorse,
They are sinful but they do not feel they are sinned,
Consequently the sins will be brought to end of their life, to their death,
They die without repenting over sins,'Suul Khotimah' (the bad ending of life) without theyrealize it,The wrath of God will be befallen upon them,
And they deserve the Hellfire!
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lyesh
02-28-2006, 10:29 AM
so true....
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servantforever
02-28-2006, 11:43 PM
It's very hard to detect these hidden sins, therefore most people unaware with its presence and do not take it into account. If they die without repenting the sins, their fate will be unlucky. But how are we going to repent if we don't feel with its presence?
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