Repentance and Rulings Regarding It

A Person Who Repents, But Then Returns To The Same Sin He Repented From
A Person Who Repents, But Then Returns To The Same Sin He Repented From
A person repents from a sin, but then returns to that sin over and over again, only to repent each time. However, after having repented the last time, he managed not to return to that sin. What is the ruling regarding this person's repentance?

Tags : touba, repent, gunah, sin
He Stole But Then Repented
He Stole But Then Repented
When I was fourteen years old, my father's friend visited us from abroad. I used to steal some of the foreign currency from him, and then I would go to the bank, convert the money, and spent it. When I grew up, though, I repent. But what should I do? Must I return the money to him, considering that he is still alive, or can I merely give the money to charity on his behalf?

Tags : chori, steal, touba, repent, raqam, money
He Does Both Good And Bad Deeds
He Does Both Good And Bad Deeds
A young man, performs all of his religious duties, starting off with the five pillars of Islam. At the same time, though, he also perpetrates some sins; what is the Islamic ruling regarding a person who does both good and bad deeds?

Tags : gunahon-ka-irtekab, perpetrate of sins, islam k arkan, pillars of islam, touba, repent
One Who Repents From His Sin
One Who Repents From His Sin
What, Noble Shaykh, is you view regarding someone who purposely abandoned the prayer and the fast, but who later not only repented and wept for bygone transgression, but consistently performed all obligatory acts of worship. Is his repentance enough for him or does he have to make up for lost prayers and fasts?

Tags : gunaah, sin, touba, repent, namaz-o-rozah, prayer and fast
Without Any Justification He Took Another Person's Money
Without Any Justification He Took Another Person's Money
When I worked as a law enforcement officer, I once helped apprehend a shifty suspect; after binding his hands, I reached into his pockets, found eighty-five silver Riyals, kept the amount, and then spent it for personal benefit, only because I was ignorant and poor. What should I do now at absolve myself of what wrongdoing?

Tags : nahaq, without any justification, maal, money, fuqar-o-jahalat, ignorant and poor
He Took Money From Someone Without His Permission, But He Intended To Return It
He Took Money From Someone Without His Permission, But He Intended To Return It
When I used to work as a collector, I once used some money that I was responsible for, but I intended it to be an advanced, which I would repay as soon as I got my salary. Before I could pay the amount back, however, my boss found out what I had done, and he demanded that I return the amount immediately, which I did without arguing. Now my conscience bothers me for what I did; what should I do to regain a clear conscience?

Tags : ejazat k bagair, without permission, maal lena, take money, qarz, advance
He Repented But Cannot Return What He Took To Those Whom He Wronged
He Repented But Cannot Return What He Took To Those Whom He Wronged
The Messenger of Allah Peace Be Upon Him said that the bankrupt person is he who comes on the Day of Judgement, having wronged so and so, and having cursed so and so.
What then is Allah's ruling regarding a person who repents but cannot return what he took from others because he is poor?

Tags : touba, repent, haqoq, right, fuqar, poor
Train Yourself To Obey Allah Almighty
Train Yourself To Obey Allah Almighty
How do I start a new, clean life? And what is the punishment one receives for not praying?

Tags : etat elahi, obey allah almighty, namaz, pray, saza, punishment
He Stole But Then Repent
He Stole But Then Repent
When I was a student in primary school and then in secondary school, I used to steal books and school supplies. I still study in secondary school, but Allah Almighty has guided me. What should I do? May Allah Almighty reward you.

Tags : chori, stealing, touba, repent
While Living In An Evil Society, She Was Given A Gold Bracelet
While Living In An Evil Society, She Was Given A Gold Bracelet
I previously lived in a society where men and women mixed freely. To express his satanic desire for me, a man gave me a expensive bracelet. All praise is due to Allah, I felt that country, and when I learned about the true path, I repented the sins I commented there. My question is this: May I keep the gift? May I wear the bracelet or give it away to charity? Please consider, that because I hate to return to that place, I cannot return the gift to its giver.

Tags : sony ka kangan, gold bracelet, tuhfa, gift, sadqa, charity

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