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When Allah calls you back!!

Alsalam alikom wa ra7mat Allah wa barakatoh

I think the title reveals the topic... I want to speak about those situations when you feel "Oh, Isn't it a sign that I went wrong?!!"

Have you experienced that feeling when you used to read some of ur holly book every day/week then you stopped for a day or two ? .. what happens ? what did you feel ? isn't it a sign!!

When Allah wants someone to be back, he sends him messages, they may be in form of bad situations, gr8 news... whatever Allah sees suitable for the person...

Do you pray Al-Fajr everyday? Have you missed it for a day or two? What did you feel ? bad, so bad actually... didn't you ? isn't it a sign!!

Allah loves us, loves mankind. He gives us every change possible to be better, he knows we can, he knows our limits and sends messages according to that...

What if something really bad happened to you? Will you say "it's just my fate", or "It happens to everyone", or "Oh, I must have did something bad soon"... of course we believe in fate... and that everything happening is already planned for...
but, maybe it's time to go back with your memory.. maybe you really did something bad, maybe someone came asking for your help, and you didn't help -You were just busy when he asked-..
Maybe lots of other things...

When something bad happens, try to go back, and "repair" whatever you think you messed up...


Let me suggest something else, why waiting for something bad to happen... why not going back now... if you can't remember something bad you did (cuz of ur bad memory like mine!!) then just do Good things, help people, pray more, call your parents, your family, your old friends...

It's your own life, and I know you care about it... Just plan for it well...
and wait for the next message :)

Alsalam alikom wa ra7mat Allah wa barakatoh


  1. Till now I still remember a situation that happened to me about 2 and a half years ago. I was having a really bad day and just went to some mosque to pray. While entering the mosque I noticed some paper on the wall saying :
    "اذكر الله في الرخاء يذكرك في الشدة".

    I can't tell you about how I felt that moment and that day. But I knew it was a message from Allah to tell me to go back to the right road.

    Every once in a while I do receive messages from Allah telling me that I've gone so far. I think this post meight be one. So just thank you.

  2. :D

    i like the fact of waiting for messages, but are u sure that you recieved the message correctly...did u applied all the tests.. did you wondered About how far are u away from the right way& if so ..did u think about whether the time left to go back is enough Or are u r going to lose more & more cause the msg is a little bit late to notice..not to deliver!!!

    just expressing sm thoughts Or lets say some facts happened to me!

    Nice Topic Hytham

    Nice Comment Asmaa

  3. Just in time.
    Very thoughtful and well said, Jazak Allah khayr.

  4. Al Salamo 3licom
    Realy it`s anice word to remember that(إن الله معنا)


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