A will or a destiny?

June 30th, 2006 by sequentiallife

Think about ways I can get a fresh start. Well, I don’t have tostart with big, dramatic gestures either. I just need to make a commitment toeating better for biig repercussions on my life in the long run.
I just called my mother and promise for helping her going forHajj. I just want to please her and let her happy after my dad had passed away.I don’t know where the money would be going from but I believe nothing moves or is brought to rest, except by the Power of Allah. HisWill specified and what He knew with His Knowledge.
The Prophet (May Allah bless him & give him peace) said, “There is no ability or power except through Allah (la hawla wa la quwwata illabillah).” [Bukhari (3883); Muslim (4873), and others]
Allah tells us this clearly in the Qur’an:
“Allah hath created you and what you do.” [Qur’an, 37.96]
“Lo! this is an Admonishment, that whosoever will may choose a way unto hisLord. Yet you will not, unless Allah wills. Lo! Allah is Knower, Wise. He makeswhom He will to enter His mercy, and for evil-doers hath prepared a painfuldoom.” [Qur’an, 76.29-31]
Well, what I’am thinking is my moral responsibility. It is at the same timetrue that Allah has made us morally responsible for our acts and it is we whoshall be questioned about the choices we made.
Allah tells us that,
“We shall question, every one, of what they used to do.” [Qur’an,15.92-93]
“He will not be questioned as to that which He does, but they will bequestioned.” [Qur’an, 21.23]
Great Islamic theologians said: “Allah has willed that you act based onchoice.”
And I choose to marry my fiancee that I’m thinking so much about my past. I’mso afraid that something will happenned between us because of my sin.
Ya allah, please forgive me, accept my taubat.

Written by kangamay

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