Asalamu alaikum i apologize for dissaperaing for so long but thank you for the follows may Allah grant you all goodness and i promise better posts to come!

Lofe sometimes gets out of hand. Obstacles get thrown in our way. They just keep coming and sometimes because of our own selves but they come and we stress out a lot. We leave ourselves in situations where we don’t know the exit to. We distance ourselves from people because we think we need to be alone. We distance ourselves from Allah thinking that we don’t deserve his mercy. We distance ourselves from Him because we have obtained a heart full of sins. We want to pray but we can’t. Why? Because…shaytaan isn’t letting us.. He wants us to keep sinning and sinning and forget who we really are and our purpose to why we are here in this world. Stop for a second. Think about all the sins you have done. Is any of them greater than Allah’s mercy? Allah has told us in the Quran that with hardship comes ease. Surely, with hardships comes ease. There is a solution to every problem and our test is to see how patient we can be with our problems. Allah tests every single one of us with problems in this life. So, wouldn’t you think there will be a solution? Have faith in Allah. The blessings he gives us are numerous yet we sin everyday countless times. The blessings he gives us are numerous yet we go against him. The blessings he gives us are numerous yet we miss prayers. Has Allah ever stopped giving us things? Why do we forget to worship Him. It is also human nature to slip and fall and then correct ourselves. We aren’t perfect so there will be times where we miss prayers, make sins. But what’s the best thing to do in return is don’t lose your faith in Allah. Keep it strong. Don’t let shaytaan come in between. Trust Allah for He will fix all your matters. Give your problems to Allah, He will fix them for you.

When you treat people well, those same people might not treat you the same way. But if you pay attention, you’ll notice that Allah has sent OTHER people who treat you even better.
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Shaykh Omar Suleiman

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Endure with patience, and your patience can only come from God

وَاصْبِرْ وَمَا صَبْرُكَ إِلَّا بِاللَّهِ

Endure with patience, and your patience can only come from God. (Surat an-Nahl 16:127)

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