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The Everlasting Reward January 3, 2008

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“…They are workers for Allah. Whenever, whatever, however He wants them to do their work, they should do it and take the known reward. To decide what will be the ending of their endeavor is neither in their power nor is it their responsibility. This is the responsibility of the One in authority, not of those who are mere workers.

They receive the first part of their reward in the form of contentment of heart, height of understanding, beauty of ideas, liberation from desires and attractions, and freedom from fear and sorrow, in whatever condition they may be.

They receive the second part of their reward in praise, remembrance and honour among the angels, in addition to these among the people of this earth.

Then they receive the greater and the last part of their reward in the Hereafter: easy accounting and great favours.

With every kind of reward, they also receive the greatest of rewards: the pleasure of Allah. It is His favour on them that He chose them for His purpose, an instrument for His power, so that He makes use of them on this earth as He deems proper…”

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1. bootgun - January 3, 2008

That is a beautiful quote. I am not a follower of Islam but a Christian. I like the part that reads….. “….in the form of contentment of heart, height of understanding, beauty of ideas, liberation from desires and attractions, and freedom from fear and sorrow, in whatever condition they may be.” Very beautiful.

2. Dawah - January 3, 2008

And what is your excuse for not accepting Islam?

Please watch this video

Skip the opening to 2:20.


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