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  1. A slave of Allah needs a sanctuary and a retreat with whom he finds security from distress and grief. Man has been created as such and he therefore needs his Lord in every condition he may experience, working to gain His pleasure for he will undoubtedly meet Him.Allah is so generous with His slaves that He allowed them to know Him.If man feels this need for Allah, carries out the duties that have been laid on him, is confident of what Allah has in store for him and also patient with what He decrees for him, Allah makes him a prominent leader among his people, followed by others: “And We made from among them leaders guiding by Our command when they were patient and [when] they were certain of Our signs" (As¬-Sajdah: 24).So Allah made patience and certitude a reason to gain leadership in religion.All creatures have a natural propensity to be connected and close to the Creator (mighty and majestic is He) and also have a natural propensity to love those who are generous to them and grant them favours, and that is Almighty Allah.All provisions other than Iman are transitory, and any support and aid other than Allah will collapse. source: islamkingdom
  2. Atheism And Its Dangers

    Atheism is the denial of the existence of the Creator (mighty and majestic is He), whether this is through a sick pattern of thought and morbid point of view, or just out of aversion, obstinacy and stubbornness. It is a disease that affects the mind, and results in an imbalance of thinking and darkness in the heart that makes an atheist unable to think properly and makes him have a misguided heart. He, therefore, is only able to recognize and see concrete materialism. As a result, he applies the ideas of the materialistic school of thought on humans and their beliefs, which lead to his suffering and going further astray. An atheist believes that Man is a mere piece of material on which materialistic laws is applied.Having Iman in Allah, Who is the only god who deserves to be worshipped, is the quality which is honoured the most, has the highest status and receives the most rewardIman ash-Shafa&"i All that poses a threat in that it reduces the reality of man to sheer materialism and a harsh rationality that is deprived of the pleasures and joys of the soul. An atheist- as long as he does not believe in the existence of Allah- does whatever he wants, whenever he wants, without being scared of any torment and without having any feelings of reverence towards any god. This leads to corruption and the eventual destruction of the human natural disposition, in addition to him being a disbeliever of Allah (mighty and majestic is He)or having a tendency to divert the acts of worship, which should be directed only to Almighty Allah, to others. We, therefore, find that there is an abundance of suicides in the history of atheists, whether they were intellectuals or poets. History is full of such incidents and studies have highlighted this. In a World Health Organisation (WHO) study carried out by two experts, Dr. Jose Manuel and the researcher Alessandra Fleishman, about the relationship between religion and suicide, it was proven that the majority of people who take their lives are atheists. Source: islamkingdom
  3. Allah, Al-Wasi'

    He is Allah, Al-Wasi&" (the All-Embracing, and the One Whose Capacity and Generosity are Boundless)… &"Indeed, Allah is all-Encompassing and Knowing.&" (Al-Baqarah: 115). &"Al-Wasi&"” (the All-Embracing, and the One Whose Capacity and Generosity are Boundless) He is Magnanimous. He is boundlessly generous to all those who supplicate Him.&"Al-Wasi&"&" (the All-Embracing, and the One Whose Capacity and Generosity are Boundless) All of His Attributes are perfect… all of His Names are great. No amount of praise can exalt Him enough. His Greatness is boundless and so are His Kingship, Authority, Esteem, Magnanimity and Generosity.&"Al-Wasi&"&" (the All-Embracing, and the One Whose Capacity and Generosity are Boundless) He is boundlessly generous to all of His slaves, bestowing on them blessings, knowledge, protection, and also making them have enough so they are not in need and managing all their affairs.&"Al-Wasi&"&" (the All-Embracing, and the One Whose Capacity and Generosity are Boundless)… He encompases every sound and each voice, and He confuses no language with another.&"Al-Wasi&"&" (the All-Embracing, and the One Whose Capacity and Generosity are Boundless) He made worship easy for His slaves, has facilitated religion for them and is generous to them.He is Allah, Al-Wasi&" (the All-Embracing, and the One Whose Capacity and Generosity are Boundless) Source:Islamkingdom
  4. Importance Of Iman

    The best and most pure of all deeds in the sight of Allah is Iman. Abu Tharr (may Allah be pleased with him) narrated that he asked the Prophet (peace be upon him): &"O Messenger of Allah, which deed is the best?&" He replied, &"Having Iman in Allah and fighting in His cause (Jihad)&" (Narrated by Muslim). Iman is the path that leads to guidance and happiness in this world and the Hereafter. Allah Almighty says: &"So whoever Allah wants to guide - He expands his breast to [contain] Islam&" (Al-An&"âm: 125). Iman leads the Mu&"min (believer) away from sinning. Allah Almighty says: &"Indeed, those who fear Allah - when an impulse touches them from Satan, they remember [Him] and at once they have insight&" (Al-A&"râf: 201). Iman is a condition for any deed to be accepted by Allah. Allah says: &"And it was already revealed to you and to those before you that if you should associate [anything] with Allah, your work would surely become worthless and you would surely be among the losers&" (Az-Zumar: 65). Sincere Iman makes the deed blessed and makes Du&"aa (supplications) be accepted by Allah. Source:Islamkingdom