What is patience in regard to the deen?

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edited Aug 25 '13 at 04:01 sadie ♦ 1.6k313 sadie's gravatar image

Assalamu'alaykum I answered this same question 1 hour ago on a different site. Let me copy and paste it (: “Allah surely loves those who are the Sabireen (patient).”

``(3:146)Hardships and ease are a trial for you. Everything Allah chooses for you; from good or evil, is for your benefit. Whatever occurred to you could not have missed you and what missed you could never have reached you. Rewards are only for those who are patient with the Decree of Allah. Panic and impatience cannot prevent Allah’s Decree. Shakwah (complaining) is contradictory to Sabr (patience). Allah alone can protect you from harm and ease your difficulties. Sabr is obligatory! If the affliction results from acts of obedience to Allah, such as injury on the battlefield, losing money during Hijrah (migrating for the sake of Allah), losing a job because of accepting Islam or because one attempts to follow the Sunnah of Allah’s Messenger (Salal-Allaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) like growing the beard, wearing the lower garment above the ankles, etc, then the affliction is a trial. Whoever bears it with patience will be rewarded and whoever exhibits annoyance may invoke the wrath of Allah upon himself. If the affliction befalls due to sinful actions, such as illnesses caused by drinking alcohol and using drugs etc, then the affliction is a punishment from Allah. Hasten to avoid all sinful acts and turn towards Allah in repentance and ask his forgiveness. Otherwise, know that the punishments of the Hereafter are far more severe and unbearable. If the affliction is neither connected to neither a good deed nor a sin, such as other kinds of disease and sickness, losing a child, or failing in business, then you should evaluate your actions. If you are involved in some kind of disobedience to Allah then the affliction is a punishment for you and a reminder to leave your evil deeds. Otherwise, Allah has caused this affliction to test your patience. The Messenger of Allah (Salal-Allaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said: “One amongst the inhabitants of Hell, who had lived a life of ease and pleasure in the world, would be made to dip in the Hell Fire only once on the Day of Resurrection. Then he would be asked: ‘O son of Adam, Did you find any comfort. Did you get any blessing?’ He would say: ‘By Allah, no, my Lord!’ Then a person, from the inhabitants of Paradise, who had led the most miserable life (in the world), would be made to dip once in Paradise and it would be said to him: ‘O son of Adam, did you face any hardship or experience any distress?’ he would say: ‘By Allah! No never have I experienced any hardship or distress’.” (Saheeh Muslim, No. 6738)

“And certainly, We shall test you with something of fear, hunger, loss of wealth, lives and fruits, but give glad tidings to as-Saabireen (the patient ones). Who, when afflicted with calamity, say: “Inna lillaahi wa Inna Ilaihi Raaji’un (Verily to Allah we belong and verily, to Him we shall return).” They are those on whom are the Salawaat (i.e. who are blessed and will be forgiven) from their Lord, and (they are those who) receive His Mercy, and it is they who are the guided-ones.” (2:155-157)

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without patience u led to bigger sins and that led to hell , without patience a person can't enter jannah read Surah Asar ch 103

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edited Sep 30 '13 at 02:13 sadie ♦ 1.6k313 sadie's gravatar image

@sadie I ask this question to you.

(Sep 29 '13 at 09:30) yaqin ♦ yaqin's gravatar image

Without patience a curse will not take?

(Sep 29 '13 at 10:16) abul rauf abul%20rauf's gravatar image

You think mike??????????

(Sep 29 '13 at 10:40) yaqin ♦ yaqin's gravatar image

Only theory I can come up with at this point. Or maybe there is no gad to curse me? Idk. I'm so confused.

(Sep 29 '13 at 10:49) abul rauf abul%20rauf's gravatar image
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@rehanalam, re-read your second statement ' without patience a person can enter jannah' and edit it. I know what you meant to say but if we are posting publicly, we have to be accurate. Salaam

(Sep 29 '13 at 18:32) stronghold ♦ stronghold's gravatar image

Strongbow I think the ability to edit has timed out? Can't do it.

(Sep 29 '13 at 18:37) abul rauf abul%20rauf's gravatar image

Yaqin are you asking me this patience question or this persons answer ? Salaam

(Sep 30 '13 at 03:40) sadie ♦ sadie's gravatar image

Salam Brothers Yaqin and Stronghold.

I’d be grateful if you would look at the question: Is it allowed in Islam to pray if you don’t know the actual direction?

I’d welcome your insight.

Many thanks,

Paul

(Sep 30 '13 at 16:15) UnknownUser UnknownUser's gravatar image

Its always towards the east, unless you're offering salah at the kaabah the you face it. Everywhere else in the world face towards the east. Forgive me if I am mistaken and for you didn't ask me. Insha Allah if am wrong I will stand corrected. Salam

(Oct 01 '13 at 05:19) sadie ♦ sadie's gravatar image
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