The sins of the tongue are many and in this era people may completely turn a blind eye to those sins. Here are some sins of the tongue that we should be wary about in our interactions with people.
Bearing false witness
Falsely accusing others.
Engaging in slander or defamation.
Cursing others and calling one another by offensive nicknames
Gossiping and making fun of others,
Boasting about one’s lineage
Uttering obscenities and speaking in an offensive manner.
Lying in general.
As Muslims, we must control our tongues and not speak unless we have something good to say. The Prophet (s) said:
“Whoever believes in Allah and the Last Day, let him speak good or else keep silent.”
Al-Bukhaari (6018) and Muslim (47) – Narrated from Abu Hurayrah
All our words and deeds are being recorded. Allah says in the Quran, which means:
‘Not a word does he (or she) utter but there is a watcher by him ready (to record it)” (Qaf, 50:18)
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