Book Name:Qabar ka Imtihan

deeds enter the grave, move his left thigh and say, “I am your deed”. The dead person asks, “Where are my children? Where are my luxuries and wealth?” The deeds say, “All of them have been left behind and nothing has come in your grave apart from me”.” (Sharḥ-us-Ṣudūr, P111, Dār-ul-Kutub-ul-‘Ilmiyyaĥ, Beirut)

Frightening Things in the Grave

Oh those who are scared of dark! Oh those who get frightened upon hearing a cat's sound! Oh those who change their way upon hearing a dog's bark! Oh those who get frightened by just mentioning of snakes and scorpions! Oh those who get scared of just looking at the fire from a distance! Listen carefully! arat ‘Allāmaĥ Jalāl-ud-Dīn Suyūī Ash-Shāfi’ī رَحْمَةُ الله عَلَيْه quotes in Shar-us-udūr, “When a dead person is buried into the grave, all the things which he was scared of in the world but not of Allāĥ عَزَّوَجَلَّ, come in his grave to frighten him.” (Sharḥ-us-Ṣudūr, P112, Dār-ul-Kutub-ul-‘Ilmiyyaĥ, Beirut)

Can the One Who Fears Allāĥ عَزَّوَجَلَّ Commit a Sin?

Dear Islamic Brothers! Can the one who fears Allāĥ عَزَّوَجَلَّ ever miss his Ṣalāĥ or fast? Can he fall prey to negligence in giving Zakāĥ? Can the one who fears Allāĥ عَزَّوَجَلَّ ever earn Ḥarām money and take or give interest and bribes? Shaving the beard and reducing it less than a fist-length is Ḥarām, so can the one who fears Allāĥ عَزَّوَجَلَّ ever shave his beard or keep it short? Can he watch films and dramas on the TV, VCR and internet and listen to songs and music? Can the one who fears Allāĥ عَزَّوَجَلَّ

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