Unreal Hypocrisy | Jannat Al Quran

Are you really a hypocrite?

As we know before about Satan tricks
article link and how Satan tries to get us away from Allah’s way.


One of his entrances is to make you feel hopeless towards your journey to Allah SWA because of repeated sins.  Then, you will think that you are just a hypocrite. After that, Satan will make you think that it’s useless to pray… it’s useless to do any good deeds… you will not be a righteous person…

Anyway, your fate will be the hellfire.

So, keep committing your awful sins and enjoy !!


That is Satan’s plan with guilty one to make him feel hopeless… to make him get rid of all good deeds that he does in his life.


It was narrated from ‘Umar ibn al-Khattaab that there was a man at the time of the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) whose name was ‘Abdullah, but his nickname was Himaar, and he used to make the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) laugh. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) had had him flogged for drinking, then he was brought one day and he commanded that he be flogged, and a man who was there said, “O Allah, curse him, how often he is brought [for this reason]!” But the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “Do not curse him, for by Allah what I know about him is that he loves Allah and His Messenger.”  Or “Do not be the Satan’s help for your brother.“


     What should you do then?

1- keep doing your good deeds anyway as Allah Almighty says   “And establish prayer at the two ends of the day and at the approach of the night. Indeed, good deeds do away with misdeeds. That is a reminder for those who remember.”   Quran 11:114


2- Ask Allah in Prostration and outside the prayer each time to make you quit the repeated sins and help you. “And when My servants ask you, [O Muhammad], concerning Me – indeed I am near. I respond to the invocation of the supplicant when he calls upon Me. So let them respond to Me [by obedience] and believe in Me that they may be [rightly] guided.” Quran  2:186


3-   Even if you relapse and commit the same sin million time, Don’t stop trying and getting back to Allah every time.

Allah SWT is the most merciful  “The Forgiver of sin, the acceptor of repentance, severe in punishment, owner of abundance. There is no deity except Him; to Him is the destination.” Quran 40:3


Is there still a chance? Can my sins be forgiven? 

have committed all kinds of sins, can I get them wiped out? Would Allah really accept me after years of deviation and defiance? These are some of the questions that haunt many people when they think of repentance (Tawbah) and decide to do away with their shameful past.


The answer to these painful questions was provided by our beloved teacher, Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him). He related to us the story of a man who murdered not one, two, or even a dozen of people. He slew 100 people!


How did Allah receive such a person? Did Allah accept him or kick him out of His mercy?


Abu Sa`id Al-Khudri (May Allah be pleased with him) reported: The Prophet of Allah (peace and blessings be upon him) said: “He was directed to a monk. He came to him and told him that he had killed 99 people and asked him if there was any chance for his repentance to be accepted.”


Ninety-nine persons were murdered by this man, but his heart was still alive. His conscience pricked him and he felt the innate disposition towards good. He was ashamed of his black record and wanted to rectify it. He actually made the decision to repent and followed this decision with the first practical steps. This is an important point, in fact, for procrastination is one of the evilest satanic traps. Sometimes, you feel enthusiastic and eager to correct your path, but if you do not turn these wishes into deeds, the wishes quickly abate. They are merely daydreams, castles in the air.


There is still another lesson to be considered: When looking for a counsellor, this murderer asked about the most learned person on earth. This teaches us to be careful when seeking a fatwa or advice. When you get sick or have something wrong with you, you go to the best doctor. When you intend to build a house, you go to the best architect. We should bear in mind that the matter of religion is far more serious.


 “The replied in the negative and the man killed him also, completing one hundred. He then asked about the most learned man on the earth. He was directed to a scholar.”


 The monk was not qualified to give advice on such matters. He was dedicating his life to worship Allah. But this is not sufficient to give counsel to people. To do so, one needs to be a knowledgeable scholar who is well-acquainted with the principles and teachings of Islam. This setback did not prevent the man from pursuing the path of Allah. This is an important point because many people give up after the first failure, and only one obstacle is enough to make them retrace their steps.


Now, the murderer is referred to a reliable scholar.


“He [the murderer] told him that he had killed 100 people and asked him if there was any chance for his repentance to be accepted. The scholar replied in the affirmative and asked, ‘Who stands between you and repentance?’”


This is the right answer. Allah’s mercy is wide open and He Almighty is ready to receive the sincere repentant. But, is it enough to just say “I repent”?


“The scholar said: Go to such-and-such land; there (you will find) people devoted to worship of Allah. Join them in worship, and do not come back to your land because it is an evil place.’


So, break your repentance down into practical steps. Abandon anything that attracts you to your sinful past; avoid bad friends who tempt you to sin; ready yourself for the new life by preparing a helpful environment.


“So he went away and hardly had he covered half the distance when death overtook him, and there was a dispute between the angels of mercy and the angels of torment. The angels of mercy pleaded, ‘This man has come with a repenting heart to Allah,’ and the angels of punishment argued, ‘He never did a virtuous deed in his life.’ Then there appeared another angel in the form of a human being and the contending angels agreed to make him arbiter between them. He said, ‘Measure the distance between the two lands. He will be considered belonging to the land to which he is nearer.’ They measured and found him closer to the land (of piety) where he intended to go, and so the angels of mercy collected his soul.”

       – A true Hadith –


This is the happy end. True, this person did not do one single good act. But, no problem; since he embarked upon the journey to Allah, Allah would not reject him. So here is a man who killed 100 people, but his repentance was accepted and he was welcomed.


Do you still believe that your sins are too much to be forgiven!?


Written by Shaykh Hazem Hamed

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