Imagine having to stand in front of Allah (s.w.t.) and watch the sin being committed in front of you then having to explain it.
Allah (s.w.t.) mentions in surah Ali Imran, verse 135, “And those who, when they commit immorality or wrong themselves [by transgression], remember Allah and seek forgiveness for their sins…” Keep the door of repentance open between you and Allah because He always ready to forgive you.
- Chapter List (27 chapters):
- Chapter 1: Cover
- Chapter 2: Title Page
- Chapter 3: Copyright
- Chapter 4: Contents
- Chapter 5: 1 TAQWA & IHSAAN
- Chapter 6: 2 THE GOAL
- Chapter 7: 3 THE HIGHEST REWARD
- Chapter 8: 4 A PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP
- Chapter 9: 5 TAUBAH (REPENTANCE)
- Chapter 10: 6 WHERE DO YOU TURN TO?
- Chapter 11: 7 THE STORY OF ALI AL-ASADI
- Chapter 12: 8 REMOVE OLD THREADS, SHED IMPURITIES
- Chapter 13: 9 DOES ALLAH LOVE EVERYONE?
- Chapter 14: 10 STATION OF REPENTANCE
- Chapter 15: 11 A MAN AND HIS CAMEL
- Chapter 16: 12 ISTIGHFAR
- Chapter 17: 13 IN OUR JOURNEY TO ALLAH
- Chapter 18: 14 THE PROCESS OF HABIT
- Chapter 19: 15 MINOR AND MAJOR SINS
- Chapter 20: 16 BREAKING THE HABIT OF SIN
- Chapter 21: 17 HARDSHIP
- Chapter 22: 18 WE ARE NOT THAT SMART
- Chapter 23: 19 FOCUS
- Chapter 24: 20 IDENTIFYING THE SOURCE OF THE SIN
- Chapter 25: 21 INVESTIGATE
- Chapter 26: 22 GAME PLAN
- Chapter 27: 23 Q & A
ABOUT THE AUTHOR – OMAR SULEIMAN
The Imam Dr. Omar Suleiman is a world renowned scholar and theologically driven activist for human rights. He is the Founder and President of the Yaqeen Institute for Islamic Research, and an adjunct professor of Islamic Studies in the Graduate Liberal Studies program at Southern Methodist University. He’s also the resident scholar of the Valley Ranch Islamic Center and Co-Chair Emeritus of Faith Forward Dallas at Thanks-Giving Square, a multi-faith coalition of clergy for peace and justice. In addition to being recognized by CNN as one of 25 Muslim American changemakers, Suleiman is included in The Muslim 500 – an annual ranking of the world’s most influential Muslims compiled by the Royal Islamic Strategic Studies Centre. In 2019, the Antiracist Research and Policy Center at American University and Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives recognized Suleiman among 200 honorees who embody the legacy of the abolitionist’s commitment to social change. He is a native of New Orleans, and currently resides in Dallas with his wife and 3 children.
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