Every human falls into sin at some point in their life or another.
It is during these moments of weakness that that a person may feel hopeless and despondent.
But God is Most Forgiving and Most Merciful. Islam teaches that God forgives any sin that a person repents from.
This book is a collection of Quranic verses and narrations from Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) which aim to inspire hope and transformation in the hearts of the believers.
Every human falls into sin, but there is always a way back. This book will show you how.
Who is this book for:
- For every believer who wants to get closer to God
- For every believer who struggles with sinful habits
- For every believer who wants to experience a higher level of hope, love and gratitude to God
What will I get from this book:
- Increased love of God
- The ability to continue growing spirituality, despite sinful habits
- A hopeful positive understanding of Islam
- A deep appreciation for God's Mercy and Love
About The Author:
Shaykh Ismail Kamdar is a graduate of a traditional Alim program and also holds a Bachelors in Islamic Studies. He has studied Islam in both tradition and modern settings and has been a student of Islamic Studies for almost two decades.
He began studying Islam full-time at the age of thirteen, began preaching at the age of sixteen, and wrote his first book at the age of twenty-three. Over the years, he has taught multiple courses and seminars around the world, and has worked with multiple leading Islamic organizations across the globe.
He currently works from home freelancing for various organizations and companies, while homeschooling his children and writing books. He hopes to inspire the ummah to return to their former glory and become a role model for the world once again.
Example of some of the hadiths discussed in this book:
Anas ibn Malik (radiallahu anhu) narrated: I heard the Prophet (sulallahu alahi wasalam) say that Allah Almighty has said, “O Son of Adam, as long as you invoke Me and ask of Me, I shall forgive you for what you have done, and I shall not mind.
O Son of Adam, were your sins to reach the clouds of the sky and you then asked forgiveness from Me, I would forgive you.
O Son of Adam, were you to come to Me with sins nearly as great as the Earth, and were you then to face Me, ascribing no partner to Me, I would bring you forgiveness nearly as great as it.” (Sunan At-Tirmidhi)
Salman Al-Farsi (radiallahu anhu) narrated: The Messenger of Allah (sulallahu alahi wasalam), said, “Verily, Allah has one hundred portions of mercy. From one portion the creation has been given mercy between themselves and ninety-nine portions are reserved for the Day of Resurrection.” (Muslim)
Umar ibn Al-Khattab (radiallahu anhu) narrated: Some prisoners of war were brought in front of the Prophet (sulallahu alahi wasalam) and among them was a woman who was breast-feeding.
Whenever she found a child among the prisoners, she would take it to her chest and nurse it.
The Prophet (sulallahu alahi wasalam) said to us, “Do you think this woman could throw her child in the fire?” We said, “No, not if she is able to stop it.” The Prophet said, “Allah is more merciful to His servants than a mother is to her child.” (Bukhari)
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