February 22, 2008 at 7:31 am Leave a comment

Unintentional Oaths

Fatima M (Al Huda Student)
Allāh does not impose blame upon you for what is unintentional in your oaths, but He imposes blame upon you for what your hearts have earned. And Allāh is Forgiving and Forbearing. [Al Baqarah: 225]
  Two very important things are mentiond in this verse, intentions and hearts. We always need to be mindful of our intentions and remember that Allah (swt) knows all. Then the heart is mentioned which is a recurring theme throughout the surah and the Quran. Finally, it is the incredibly mercy of Allah that is shown here, and I am really thankful for this verse because how many times do people swear something that they don’t really mean? It is a part of so many cultures to say “I swear” in daily language, so we should be thankful to Allah swt for the meaningless in our oaths not to be taken to account.


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