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A Muslim’s Obligation of Love for Allah

Why Love for Allah is Part of the Muslim Faith?

When we love Allah, that love draws us closer to Him and helps us build a strong relationship that can help us in this life and in hereafter. As Muslims, our faith requires that our love for Allah and his prophet supersedes any other type of love for any other object or creation. Many scholars agree on the basis of sound ahadith that Allah creates a person (and his heart) in such a way that he has the natural inclination to love Allah. However, as a person’s heart gets corrupted by doubts, desires and other temptations, that love has to be rekindled through faith and knowledge.

What Does it Mean to Love Allah?

Love of Allah requires us to love what Allah loves and to dislike what displeases Him and to further demonstrate that love by following the Quran and the Sunnah. This should be a reminder for those of us who merely provide lip service about their love for Allah and His messenger rather than actualizing that love in real behavioral commitments.

Let’s review various aspects about the love of Allah and how we can build and nurture that love in our hearts.

Al-Muqeet (The Nourisher) – Allah’s Name

The Obligation to Love Allah

Allah has made His love obligatory on the believers. Many of us find it easy to express that love verbally but unfortunately our actions don’t reflect that love for Him. How can we claim to love Allah when we take what He has revealed lightly, don’t follow His commands, and fail to make our behaviors reflect what pleases Him? Many times we find that love missing from our hearts because our hearts are filled instead with doubts, vain desires, and temptations of temporal life.

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As Ibn Taymiyyah stated in one of his books (Diseases of the Heart), one of the reasons for this has to do with the lack of right knowledge.

To counter doubts, therefore, we need to firm up our beliefs, and we need a better overall spiritual perspective in order to counter desires and temptations. We also need to clear those doubts that hinder the instilling of that love for Allah by learning more and asking questions.

Consider one of the ahadiths which shows the prophet getting angry with a group of people for taking a decision that resulted in someone unnecessarily losing his life. On that the prophet said, “Could they not have asked if they didn’t know? Indeed the cure for ignorance is to ask” [Sunan Ibn Majah and classified as Hasan].

When we don’t make that effort and don’t plant that love in our hearts, our actions too come out short and empty and we risk His anger and making our deeds fruitless. Allah says in the Quran:

“That is because they followed that which angered Allah, and hated that which pleased Him. So He made their deeds fruitless” (Surah Muhammad:28).

What do we have to do specifically to love Allah?

Take the example of the companions of Prophet who used to say that “We love Allah”. In response to that and to provide them a yardstick to know whether they indeed loved Allah, Allah revealed the following verse:

“Say (O Muhammad SAW to mankind): “If you (really) love Allah then follow me (i.e. accept Islamic Monotheism, follow the Quran and the Sunnah), Allah will love you and forgive you of your sins. And Allah is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful.” (Surah Aal-e-Imran:31) (Surah Aal-e-Imran English)

Al-Muqsit(The Equitable, The Requiter) – Allah’s Name

What pulls us away from loving Allah?

To properly answer this question, we need to search deep within our souls about the motivations that drive our lives and our understanding (explicit or implicit) of the purpose of our lives. That is because the purpose of our life drives our goals, actions, and behaviors in general. For many of us, earning a living tends to be the focal point of our lives, including a total immersion in building our dwellings, families, and so on while neglecting our duty and love for Allah. The time that we spend on various activities reflects our priority and love for each of those activities. For those of us who exhibit that behavior, Allah says the following:

“Say: If it be that your fathers, your sons, your brothers, your mates, or your kindred; the wealth that you have gained; the commerce in which you fear a decline: or the dwellings in which you (seek) delight – are dearer to you than Allah, or His Messenger, or the striving in His cause; then wait until Allah brings about His decision: and Allah guides not the rebellious” (Sura At-Taubah: 24).

We can, therefore, infer that while we do have an obligation to attend to our responsibilities, that should not divert us from building our relationship with Allah. As He says in the Quran:

“Let not your properties or your children divert you from the remembrance of Allah. And whosoever does that, they are the losers” (Al-Munafiqoon 63:9).

Love of Allah triggers sweetness of faith

The prophet had said as narrated in both Sahih hadith, “Whoever possesses the following three qualities will taste the sweetness (delight) of faith: the one to whom Alláh and His Messenger become dearer than anything else, the one who loves a person and he loves him only for Alláh’s sake, and whoever hates to revert to disbelief, after Alláh has saved him from it, as he hates to be thrown into the Fire.”

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Love of Allah can keep us away from sins

Today, when the hearts of most of us are filled with lusts, desires, temptations and fantasies, we need to remind ourselves that it is not possible to have those take room in the same heart where we want to plant our love for Allah. Always ask yourself whether what lives in your heart makes you neglect Allah, and is worth more than the love of Allah? When we start replacing the lusts, desires, and fantasies that live in our heart with Allah’s love, then we will see ourselves regaining that love back from Allah.

Al-Muqtadir (The Determiner, The Dominant) – Allah’s Name

Ibn Taymiyyah said, “the more the servant loves his Master, the less will he love other objects and they will decrease in number. The less the servant loves his Master, the more will he love other objects and they will increase in number (Majmu Fatawa [1/94]).

Let’s, therefore, take stock of how much we love this life’s objects versus how much we love Allah and His Prophet.

Love of Allah stimulates our emotions

The vagaries of this life generate emotions which must be channeled appropriately for us to retain our positive mental states. No matter how we express and channel those emotions to various people in this life, there are emotions trapped in our system that we simply can’t express with an open heart to even the most beloved of His creations. But it is different with our creator. When we do succeed in planting that love for Allah in our hearts and build that relationship, it can make our repressed emotions pour out with a pleasing force. The relationship that we establish with our creator out of that love for Him and His love for us can make us say what is in our hearts, complain about our situations, express profuse apologies, and so on – all without worrying about demeaning ourselves because He is our creator and sustainer who controls everything in this universe. In fact, what we humans go through and what manifests as hidden emotions can come flooding back when we sit in front of our creator with that love for Him.

This can help us in reconciling matters within ourselves and, most important of all, lets Allah respond and listen to us. Thus, the more we love Allah, the better we will be able to engage with Him at this level and the better we will be able to feel and expect his mercy in return.

When we love Allah, He will put our love in others’ hearts

Many of us spend a lot of our efforts to gain the love and pleasure of others and sometimes we may do that at the expense of disobeying Allah’s commands. We should realize that such tactics are short lived (even if achieved) and earn us nothing but Allah’s displeasure. On the other hand, if we focus on planting Allah’s love, then we will not only get His love but He will instill our love in others’ hearts as well. Allah says in the Quran:

“Verily, those who believe [in the Oneness of Allah and in His Messenger (Muhammad SAW)] and work deeds of righteousness, the Most Gracious (Allah) will bestow love for them (in the hearts of the believers)” (Surah Maryam: 96).

How do we get love of Allah in our hearts and lives?

Finally, knowing that love for Allah brings about happiness, His pleasure, and keeps us from indulging in temptations, we can focus on factors that increase our love for Allah in our hearts. Ibn Al-Qayyim had indicated 10 such ways to bring about the love of Allah and they are mentioned below:

  • Recitation of Quran with reflection and understanding of its meanings and what is intended by it. This also enables us to know Allah using His own words.
  • Optional acts of worship, after the obligatory ones, can get us closer to Him and furthers the love of Allah beyond what is achieved through the sincere worship through obligatory acts.
  • Constant remembrance in every circumstance by the tongue, the heart, actions and (one’s) condition (based only on sanctioned forms of remembrance as described in the Quran and Hadith), so that a person’s share of love is in accordance with his share of this remembrance.
  • Preferring Allah’s love over your own when desires overcome you and climbing to reach His love, even if the ascent is difficult.
  • The heart’s comprehension of His Names and Attributes, witnessing them and having knowledge of them, to immerse himself in the garden of this knowledge and its fundamental pillars. Whoever knows Allah by His Names, Attributes and Actions, will, no doubt, love Him.
  • Witnessing His generosity, His benevolence, His favors and blessings, both hidden and open, for these things call to His love.
  • The heart’s total defeat and humility in front of Allah, the Most High.
  • Being alone at the Time of the Descent of Allah (during Tahajjud) for having private conversations with Him, reciting His Words, investigating the heart, displaying the manners of servitude whilst in front of Him and then to seal all of that with seeking forgiveness and repentance.
  • Sitting with the truthful lovers (of Allah) and gathering the good fruits (arising) from their speech, just as one picks out the best of fruits; however, you do not speak except when the benefit of the speech prevails and when you know that there is a betterment for you and benefit for others in it.
  • Keeping distant from everything that comes between the heart and between Allah, the Mighty and the Majestic.

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In Summary, Remember this…

As we strive to build Allah’s love in our hearts and have that love push out the vain desires that tend to influence our lives, remember the extent of Allah’s love for us. Umar ibn al-Khattaab said: “Some prisoners were brought to the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him), and there was a woman among the prisoners who was searching (for her child). When she found her child she embraced him and put him to her breast. The Messenger of Allah said to us, ‘Do you think that this woman would throw her child in the fire?’ We said, ‘No, by Allah, not if she is able not to.’ The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said, ‘Allah is more merciful to His slaves than this woman is to her child.’” (Agreed upon. Al-Bukhaari, 5653; Muslim, 6912.)

Finally, ensure that you are always reciting the following Dua –

Love for Allah god in Islam

O Allah, I ask for Your love, and the love of those persons who love You and love of actions that bring me closer to Your love” [Bukhari, confirmed by Albani].

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79 comments… add one
  • Sameena

    JazakAllah Khair for reminding us that it is not possible to have “lusts, desires, temptations and fantasies, take room in the same heart where we want to plant our love for Allah”. This clarification is essential, for many of us live under the mistaken idea that love for the world and love for Allah can co exist. The best way to assess if our love for Allah supercedes our love for His creation, is to ask ourself whether what lives in our heart makes us neglect Allah, and is worth more than the love of Allah? Constant reminders about the temporality of this life can help us straighten our perspective.

  • Kabir

    Salaam,
    First of all, i would like to say Jazakumullahu khairan. May Allah reward you abundantly. and may we love Allah and His prophet more. this can be done by following His commandment and the Teachings of His beloved prophet Muhammad(PBUH)

    Wassalam

  • mariyah

    Jazakumullahu khairan katheeran. One of your best articles yet. It is a very useful reminder, may Allah give us the will to fight all temptations, and to love Him above all else in our lives. Ameen.

  • Aliyu Bashir Mahmoud Barkum

    May Almighty Allah rewards you abundantly It was a good early morning reminder to our obligation for the love of our creator and His beloved Prophet SAW

  • Shemhsia

    Jezakumulah it is a wonderful reminder.May Allah reward you for your works.

  • adil

    Assalaam Alaikum,
    This is indeed fantastic and drives straight into the hearts of many and most if all myself. Sometimes we tend to love our children and wives that we can’t imagine parting even when they do not obey us in worshipping Allah. We also tend to ignore conscience which is an illumination of what Allah desires for us and instead follow our desires and whims. May Allah guide us all and make us his true lovers. Adil

  • Hawa Osman

    I pray day and night for Allah to give me job, i hold Masters Degree but still at home thanks to your article i now know why my
    problem is please join me in prayers since am going to change my ways as a Muslims. Please pray for me.

    • aminu

      My Allah(swa) give you the best job ever in your life that will benefit you, your family and the entire Muslim world, Ameen.

    • Nargis

      May Allah bless us all and show us Right guidance towards loving him 🙂 AMEEN

      • Rabia

        I pray for you Allah soon will solve all your problems please be patience and pray to ‘Allah. He will give you the best.
        Allah bless you with His Blessings.

  • Anonymous

    JAzakallahu khairan for a verywell written article. an excellent reminder for all of us. All the points are very relevant but i think pt # 4 and 8 are what we usually fall behind in. May Allah make us among those who love Him above all things.

  • fatimah

    Jazakallah khayran for this piece, may Allah reward you and make it easy to love Him, to love those who love Him and to love to do those things that will bring us closer to His love(amin).

  • Salahuddin Ahmed

    Love Allah , love rasul, praying to Allah to increase our faith and this ‘ll surely save from wrong doing.
    also praying to Allah swt to accept us as true believers.
    Allah Hafez

  • Fanose Hassen

    A wonderful article. Shukran.

  • SAFIEYAH

    JazakAllah
    This was really inspiring to me it came at a time when i needed some help with my life.Jazaks again

  • Unless we show full faith in the unseen and trust Allah’s words in the quraan and sayings of Prophet (peace be upon him), we can’t expect Allah’s guidance (Taufeeq) which is the basis for getting the love from Allah.

  • how is my love for Allah????
    I do not know what label to put on it. I can say that I remember Allah almost every night because I dream myself reciting Quran and saying Allah’s Name; i look arround me and everything reminds me Allah; I finish to read Quran and within the last surah i get the fervent wish to start to read it again, and i start over and over again; i see many bad things arround me and i remember Allah and all the teachings of Prophet Muhammad, sallallahu alaihy wasallam; i hear and read how much people hate Allah and i love Him more than last minute i was thinking at Him; i wake up and I breathe and I remember that without Him I am nothing and stop to exist because Allah is everything I got.
    How is my love for Allah? I do not know….but I pray that this never stops.

  • Nurudeen Adewale

    jazakallah pls keep it up i love this article

  • aminu

    MashaAllah, Ya-Allah give me the the courage and the wisdom to continue loving you Ya-Rahaman.

  • jahangir

    Assalamu Aalikkum(var…)very nice article came to me in time.Due to some reason, recently i am not interested in my prayer that is away from Allah’s love.your article is eye opener.lot of thanks .May Allah brings peace and blessings upon us. u pray for us. jahangir

  • salamat

    Jazakallah khairan. Constant thoughts of Allah at all times will likely make one abstain from His dislikes and pursue what will likely please Him. May Allah help us.

  • noor mohamed

    The article is truly refreshing jassakallah. Further, i feel the love is unquestionable and we should be true to ourselves and to allah. Thank you for the article of love towards allah and His Rasool SAS. Allah bestow us with the heart of love towards him. Ameen.

  • Hassan Salisu

    Very educative and easy to understand. May Allah favour us with the practice advised in the article- amin. Jazakallahu khairan!

  • zubairu muhammad

    JAZAKALLAHU-KHAIRAN-MAY-ALMIGHTY-ALLAH-REWARD-YOU-ABUNDANTLY

  • After reading all this I wish to conclude it. In short we can say that if you want to love Allah then do what Allah wants from you. In this world if we love someone then we want to do each and every act which he/she likes then why not in the case of Almighty Allah.
    Love Allah The Great.

  • Brenda

    Wednesday, 20 july
    Salaam Alaikum and Greetings,
    This article is daja vue for me. It give me more tools to focus – my spiritual relationship with Allah ta’ ala- how do I get the Love (sincere) in my Heart for Allah-how do I instill and become a receptor for his Love? May Allah guide me Heart and Mind to thses
    Questions- again, jazakullah khairyn

  • Saheedat

    Alhamdulilah, walahi, this is one of the website thought provoking articles and lecture to us in Allah’s deen. We all need to reflect on it, digest and make use of it in our daily activities. The love of Allah and His messenger, SAW should not be by words of mouth alone but, by practice. We all know what it means if we have the love of our creator, peace in the temporary life and hereafter. May He grant us peace in this world and hereafter, amin.

  • zubaida

    Thank you! Appreciate all the articles

    • amjad

      thanks jazakallah easy to understand.

  • Shamim

    Jzklah, Yes Alhamdulilla!! The more you get closer to him the more you gain from him…

  • Husniyyah Muhammad

    Jazakumullahu Khairan for such a beautiful article. I just recently took my Shahada; therefore this will be my first time celebrating Ramadan. There are not enough of words that I could use to express the joy and happiness I have in my life since that beautiful day Alhamdulillah. As each moment passes my love for Allah grows stronger. Shukran Iqrasense for providing such inspiring and beautiful articles.

  • Mohamed Inshanally

    Wa’alaikum mus salaam

    Wonderful! By Allah, this makes a lot of sense and should be read and pondered upon by many more people. May Allah (swt) increase love for Him and the Messenger (saw) in our hearts and let it never ever deminish, ameen.

    The last hadith mentioned in this article has literally choked me and brought tears to my eyes. Subahaan Allah.

    May Allah (swt) reward you for this reminder and permit you to be able to continue your service to Allah, ameen.

  • Assalamo alaykum Warahmatullah, Jazak Allaho Khairan for such a nice article. That is a dead heart which does not have Love of Allah in it. We all must have to strive hard to get the Love of Allah. When we will try to act according to the commands of Allah in all matters and when we will please our Almighty Allah then we will be feeling taste of Love of Allah in our hearts insha Allah..

  • usman ibrahim.

    Nice contribution and explanation for those who can not see. Keep up and may God bless us all.

  • This is a timely reminder. To speak the truth in practice we are culturally far away from these teachings. Most of us nowadays are very knowledgeable as is evident from various TV shows. What is lacking is we do not practice what we profess. Really it is a very difficult time. It is a time when we are religiously and behaviorally destroyed ourselves. Seeking refuge in Allah from present day worldly evil can only save us.
    May Allah protect us, guide us, and helps achieve life objective
    May Allah save us from the modern daily life’s “fitna.”
    May Allah help us to fulfill our responsibilities in life.
    May Allah guide us and make things easy for us.

  • Anonymous

    Jazakallahu khairan very inspiring

  • Mohamed

    BISMILLAHI AL-RAHMANI AL-RAHIM .Alhamdulillah rabbi al’alamin. May the mercy of Allah be upon us all muslims and guide us to righteousnes. Ameen. May Allah also reward iqrasense.com because it’s helping us to remember the ‘HAQ’. Dear muslim brothers and sisters let us take with the right hand what we have been created for because Allah(saw) created man and jinn for nothing but to worship Him alone.

  • Anonymous

    I have gone through half past my life. I being a muslim always had choosen ALLAH TAALA for guidance and protection in this world in every bitter experience and humiliation I had gone through in life. I pray Allah to always safe guard me and keep my IMAN upright till i die.

  • marwa suheil

    nice word of wisdom thank you for reminding us how great ALLAH was..

  • jisna ashraf

    When we love Allah, He will put our love in others’ hearts
    its true that we spend a lot of our efforts to gain the love and pleasure of others and sometimes we may do that at the expense of disobeying Allah’s commands. finally realizing that such tactics are short lived (even if achieved) and earn us nothing but Allah’s displeasure. On the other hand, if we focus on planting Allah’s love, then we will not only get His love but He will instill our love in others’ hearts as well.

  • abdussalam bin abdul qadir

    assalamu alaikum, very good, thanks a lot, jazakallahu khair

  • Assad

    Mashallah very uplifting and emotional.

  • rabia aslam

    Salam to all.

    MASHALLAH very nice topic.
    We need to our hearts only to love Allah. Allah has given us such an easy life, His blessings are with us by which we are enjoying our life. May Allah guide us to the right path and fill our heart with His and His prophet’s love. We all should love Allah and his Prophet and this will sure help us to stay away from sins.
    Rabia Basri Dua,
    “O Allah! If I worship You for fear of Hell, burn me in Hell,
    and if I worship You in hope of Paradise, exclude me from Paradise.
    But if I worship You for Your Own sake,
    grudge me not Your everlasting Beauty.”

    Dear All please pray for me also.
    Regards
    Rabia Aslam

  • Ramshad NK

    Jzk

    May Allah bless and grant long life for the Writer

  • Angsana

    Allahuakhbar, wonderful article , great reminder to us of who and what we are in person , may Allah bless Iqra’ sense for always reminding us to keep track with all our deeds in this world and the hereafter. Angsana

  • Maria

    Very nice. JazakAllah

  • mohammed

    Jazakallahu khair,
    May Allah keep us close in His remembrance and grant all the muslim ummah the vision to walk the rightest path in this world and prepare for the world after.
    May Allah bless the Iqra Sense group for giving us such informative piece of articles.

    Ameen

  • May Allah bless and reward you for this noble effort of disseminating info that make us a better muslimin and muslimat,Amin

    Jazak Allah Khairan
    Umi

  • Khadijah

    Jazakumullahu Khairan for this wonderful article a great rememberance for us all! The weak heart! The sick heart and even the strong hearted may Allah make it easy for us all. May Allah (swt ) permit you Iqrasense.com to continue your service to Allah amin.

  • Anonymous

    Jazakum Ullah Khairan, of course this is a nice article as without of love of Almighty Allah and His beloved Prophet ( PBUH), our life is useless. One more thing to increase and nourish this love in our heart is to express and say the greatness of Allah by giving Dawat to other people as much as possible, at least 25 times a day. Whet we start doing this, we will feel this actual love is making space in our hearts.

  • sana

    Mashallah.

  • Leeza

    “O Allah, I ask for Your love, and the love of those persons who love You and love of actions that bring me closer to Your love.” God, how I long for your love and pray for your comfort. Please touch my life and my heart. Help me be a better person, wife, and mother.

  • syed firasath ahmed

    Assalamualaikum 2 All..
    I appreciate IQRAsense.com for there efforts to present ISLAMIC articles, May Allah Give Reward for this to you..JazakAllah Khair.

  • taiba

    May Allah bless u for this message,it has realy taught me a lot.may our hearts be filled with the love of Allah….

  • Taj

    Love of Allah is the essence of life. If we love Allah with all sincerity and purity, then we would be doing what Allah wants us to do. May Allah grant us His true love, aameen.

  • Anonymous

    ol i cn say is mashallah….the last woman xample ws rlly touching!

  • This is an excellent article which reminds us to be truly honest and truthful and to serve Almighty Allah diligently by abiding faithfully in accordance to the Holy koran which Allah has prescribed upon all mankind through the messenger Prophet Mohammad Sallallahu Wa Alaiha Wa Sallam. Thus expressing one’s love and affection towards the deen of Allah.
    May Almighty Allah Pour His Choicest BLESSINGS upon Iqrasense for it’s wonderful continued contribution.
    Omar

  • Mariama

    may this love of Allah always be there for all Muslims

  • Sana

    Assalamalikum wrwb

    Masha Allah! I am thankful to Allah for this article.
    Can someone rightly elaborate on “based only on sanctioned forms of remembrance as described in the Quran and Hadith” the context is below. What are those conditions we need to satisfy?

    ‘Constant remembrance in every circumstance by the tongue, the heart, actions and (one’s) condition (based only on sanctioned forms of remembrance as described in the Quran and Hadith), so that a person’s share of love is in accordance with his share of this remembrance.’

    Thanks!

  • Mohammed Abdalla

    this is amazing writing which is not boring to read; I am asking Allah to be constant in his love.
    Jazak Allah Kheir
    Mohammed

  • jabeen

    asak
    best one.may allah bless every one with love for allah.jazakallah

  • Khadija

    Assalamu Alaikum All Muslims,

    Jazakumulah Kheir for this article. “O Allah, I ask for Your love, and the love of those persons who love You and love of actions that bring me closer to Your love”.
    MashaAllah may Allah rewards on the highest Janna (Jannatul- Firduus). Amin…

  • SAUMU

    Thanks alot for the nice educating article. May Allah (S.W.T) bless all the readers and the writers. Inshallah Ameen. Ramadhan Mubarak.

  • Well Wisher

    Wishing all muslims that Allah would love us all and accept our deeds………though they may be imperfect or incomplete….

    We do not know……Ya Allah……Please do help us all…..as You know the best……and Please admit us all in Your Paradise

    Ameeen…………

  • jazakala kharan for the wonderful article on this site

  • Mohammed S. mAHMOUD

    May ALLAH the ALMIGHTY rewards you and continue to increase our faith, belief in Islam and our love for ALLAH

  • As-Salaamu Alaikum, Most times, I donot come into come contact with practicing Muslims. It is by Allah’s grace and mercy that I have this avenue to talk and hear other true and sincere Muslims. May Allah (SWT) reward you and all the practicing Muslims with good in this life and good in the next life. Ya Allah please save us from the punishment of the fire. Amin.

  • Rukayat

    Salam alaikum. Thank u 4 sending this article. It made me think twice about my life and 2 know that Allah loves us. I pray that He will always be in my thought and my daily activities. Ameen

  • arif chishti

    “O Allah, I ask for Your love, and the love of those persons who love You and love of actions that bring me closer to Your love” [Bukhari, confirmed by Albani].

    Jazak-Allah, Total submission to Allah Taala with supreme love from the core of heart in all sphere of life is the main aim of a muslim’s life. By accepting it in living he will be succesful here & thereafter. Allah bhi khush uska Rasool(S.A.W) bhi khush

  • Zainab

    Asalumu Alaikum
    Thank you very much for this beatifful reminders. We can never count the favors of Allah upon us, but loving Allah we can avoid wrong doings and better our lives.
    Jazaka Allahu khair minkum brothers and sisters.

  • madiha khalil

    I love my creator but i didnot know how to find Him. I want to find Him although i know He is so close to all of us. i want to totally submit myself for Allah Almighty and for this i want proper n deep religious education,this article is quite good for this purpose kindly uploads more articles

  • Very nice and informative article Jazaka Allah khair.

  • jaffar

    JazakAllah, thanks for such a good article. Real this is an Eye opener for most of us, Congratulation and my God bless all of us.

  • May Allah reward you abundantly.

  • masha’Allah. jazzakallahu kairan My accept all du’a. Amiin, guide an help all the Muslims in world Ameen.

  • Anonymous

    A big YES on all of them without a doubt!

    Love you ya Allah

  • Anonymous

    Love you ya Allah…indeed you are the best, the wisest, the greatest teacher and all that is good…Thank you ya Allah

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