WHAT IS IMAAN?
“…The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said, “It (Imaan) is that you believe in Allah and His angels and His Books and His Messengers and in the Last Day, and in Qadar (fate), both in its good and in its evil aspects….”
[al-Bukhari & Muslim]
Signs Of Weak Imaan !
1. Committing sins and never feeling any guilt.
2. Having a tough coronary heart and no want to learn the Quran.
3. Feeling too lazy to do good deeds, e.g. being late for salat
4. Neglecting the Sunnah.
5. Having temper swings, as an example being upset about petty issues and bothered and irritated more often than not.
6. Not feeling something when listening to verses from the Quran, for instance when Allah warns us of punishments and His promise of glad tidings.
7. Finding problem in remembering Allah and making dhikr.
8. Not feeling dangerous when issues are executed towards the Shariah.
9. Desiring standing and wealth.
10. Being imply and miserly, i.e. not desirous to half with wealth.
11. Ordering others to do good deeds when not practising them ourselves.
12. Feeling happy when issues usually are not progressing for others.
13. Being involved with whether or not one thing is haram or halal solely; and never avoiding makroo (not advisable) issues.
The one who’s weak in religion will get bored when he hears the Qur’an being recited, and can’t proceed studying it. Whenever he opens the mus-haf, he quickly closes it once more.
Weak imaan cannot defend your coronary heart from breaking time and again, save your coronary heart by strengthening your imaan.
No matter how weak you suppose your imaan has gotten, by no means let your 5 every day prayers and your relationship with the Qur’an go.
“One who prays five times a day is in the proptection of Allah, and the one who is protected by Allah cannot be harmed by anyone.” – Hazrat Abu Bakr (radhi allahu anhu)
May Allah make our Imaan robust and forgive our previous and future sins and information us to straight path.