April 5, 2008 at 11:43 pm Leave a comment

Weight of Deeds

Rushda Haq (Group Fatima)
And the weighing [of deeds] that Day will be the truth. So those whose scales are heavy it is they who will be the successful.
And those whose scales are light they are the ones who will lose themselves for what injustice they were doing toward Our verses. [Al A’raaf: 8-9]

When our deeds will be weighed have we ever thought about whether the scales will be heavy or light? If they are heavy then we are inshallah okay but what if they are light? We are told those are the true loser! So how is it that we can save ourselves from this humiliation? Anytime the opportunity to do good is presented to you then take it up and do not hesitate in the least. It may be that we overlook something due to thinking it a small act but it may be the deed that leads to paradise.

 

 

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Surah Al A’raaf V.1-25

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