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When we come across verses that end with the names of Allāh – and many a times the verse ends with a pair of names – we should not just simply read them and move on. Rather, we should stop and analyse them in order to understand why Allāh paired those specific two names together rather than providing a different combination. By doing this, we will be able to internalise the names of Allāh within our lives.
“If a person commits a sin for a limited amount of time,” some might ask, “how does this justify an eternity of punishment?” Maryam Iddir answers…
With the final Prophet, Muhammad (sala Allahu ‘alayhi wasalam), history is replete with how his scorners faced abysmal and humiliating ends whilst his immaculate status was forever preserved.
When hearts are devoid of Al-Samīʿ and Al-Baṣir, the pursuit for comfort becomes one of lifelong toil and despair.
“You can read all the theories you want, you can take every medicine on the shelf, you can try knocking on every door and visit every avenue in search for this gem called happiness and peace of mind, but you will not find it anywhere except where Allah taught us to find it: the doorstep of worship.”