Book Name:Qabar ka Imtihan

hurt the feelings of his parents, brothers, sisters, relatives and other Muslims? Can the one who fears Allāĥ عَزَّوَجَلَّ commit sins such as swearing, lying, backbiting, gossiping, breaking promises and other evil acts? Can the one who fears Allāĥ عَزَّوَجَلَّ be a thief, a terrorist and a killer? Those who commit sins should listen very carefully to this adīš again “When a 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)

Call of Deceased's Neighbours

Those who don’t offer alāĥ, don’t fast in Ramaān without lawful Shara’ī reason, watch films and listen to songs, disobey parents, shave the beard or reduce it to less than a fist-length, adopt impermissible fashions and commit many other sins should listen very carefully ujja-tul-Islām Imām Muammad Ghazālī رَحْمَةُ الله عَلَيْه quotes, “When the body of the sinner is laid into the grave and he is punished, his deceased neighbours say to him, “Oh you who lived in the world after the death of your neighbours and brothers! Did you not learn a lesson from our death? Did you not learn anything from us leaving the world before you? Did you not see how our deeds ended? You had time so why did you not perform the good deeds which your brothers could not do?” Then a corner of the earth says to him, “Oh the one deceived by the mortal world! Why did you not learn any lesson from those who came here before you? Indeed the world had tricked them as well.” (Iyā-ul-‘Ulūm, V4, P530, Dār-ul-Kutub-ul-‘Ilmiyyaĥ, Beirut)

 



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