Salam, I hear Allah won't forgive u if u die in the state of shirk but if stop worshiping(associating,etc.) he will eventually forgive u. is this true?

asked 814 yusuf56789's gravatar image

When a non-Muslim accepts Islam, all of his sins will be forgiven, for sure. Like a speedometer goes back to 0 mph.

answered 14316 UnknownMuslimTeen's gravatar image

If someone died in the state of shirk then Allah (S.W.T) will not forgive him/her and his/her eternal destination is Hell. However, If in his/her worldly life he/she repents and Believe in Oneness of God, Revelations, Angels, Prophets and the Judgement Day then Allah will forgive him/her but he/she should believe in Allah (S.W.T) before their soul reaches their neck. Holy Qur'an clearly states,

Surely Allah does not forgive that anything should be associated with him, and forgives what is besides that to whomsoever He pleases, and whoever associates anything with Allah, he devises indeed a great sin.”

(Surah an-Nisā’ 4:48)

answered 1.2k16 believer's gravatar image

Concerning about Shirk, Allah will forgive if the person committed without knowing ie Christians, Hindus etc but as for Muslim yes He Allah (SWA) will forgive if the person didn't know BUT if Muslim committed it due to ignorance/intentionally then sorry he/she will route in Hell because Allah will never forgive him/her.

answered 1168 Miss%20Question's gravatar image

If someone committed shirk,and then sheds a lot of tears and repents sincierly and does good deeds then Allah might forgive him.

answered 1.8k2313 Muhammad%20Abdul%20Ahad's gravatar image

To enter Jannah (Heaven). A person has to believe in Oneness of God, His Messengers (May Allah Please With Them All), Revelations, Angels and Day of Judgement.

answered 1.2k16 believer's gravatar image
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