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The Moment

“Mankind s Reckoning has drawn very close

to them, yet they heedlessly turn away.”

(Surah Al-
Al-Anbiya, 1)
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The Moment of Judgement

“Mankind s Reckoning has drawn very close to them, yet they heedlessly turn away.”
(Surah Al-
Al-Anbiya, 1)
And at last, the awaited moment comes, from which the people heedlessly
turned away. This is the moment when you will stand in front of Allah holding
your book of Deeds, and Allah will go through everything that you did, why did
you do this? Why did you do that ? and you will have to have an answer for
everything you did. The creation will be standing for the Lord of all that exists,
standing before Him. Sweat will overwhelm most of them, and people, in
accordance with their deeds, will be submissive and quiet; no one will talk except
by the permission of Allah.

“On that Day you will be exposed—

exposed—no concealed act you did will stay concealed.”
(Surah Al-
Al-Haqqa, 18)

On that Day, worldly status and wealth will have no value, no one will
follow in the footsteps of another, and no one will try to impress anyone else.
Aristocrats, the rich, the rulers, and the bosses will be held accountable for their
sins in the same way as all the ordinary people and the only superiority will be
one's closeness to Allah. All people will understand clearly that nothing but trying
to win Allah's approval and good pleasure has any value, and they will know
with certainty that Allah is the sole possessor of everything.

“Then when the Trumpet is blown, that Day there will be no family ties
between them; nor will they ask about one another.” (Surah
(Surah Al-
Al-Mu'minun, 101)

When the Kursee (Footstool) is placed for the issuing of judgments, the
disbelievers will be separated from the believers at the Mawqif (place of standing,
where all will be gathered for judgment). The disbelievers will be in the direction
of the left, while the believers will remain on the right of the Throne, with some
of them being before it.
Every one will have to answer the Question asked by Allah, Why did you do that ?
why did you do this ?

Ibn Umar related that Ibn Mas'ood said, "On the Day of Resurrection, the
two feet of the slave (Slave of Allah, i.e. you) will remain (in their place, i.e. not
leaving the place of gathering) until he is asked about five:
• About your life , how did you spend it ?
• About your youth, what did you wear it out
• About your wealth, where did you earn it from ? - And on what did you
spend it ?
• About your knowledge, what did you do based on what you learned ?

These are the (MAIN) questions, we must prepare the whole life for. The
First Question to be asked is about the Life, and how did one spend it, the second
question is again on life, but it’s about the most important and unstable part of
the life, the youth. The youth of today doesn’t even know the names of the ten
blessed sahaba, Furthermore, they listen to music, enjoy the Boy/Girlfriend
friendship. If you look at the sahabas, e.g. Az-Zubair ibn Al-Awwam , or Sa’d
ibn Abi Waqqaas , their youth was devoted to life to the utmost. As a Result,
they received the glad tidings of paradise. But the youth of today claims to
revolutionize the future world, in fact, they can’t even stand up to pray the Fajr
salah in congregation.

The Qur'an reveals the true purpose of human life in the following manner:

“O Man! You are toiling laboriously toward your Lord, but you will meet Him!”
(Surah Al-
Al-Inshiqaq, 6)

Prepare for the Day of Judgement , when you’ll have to have an answer
for everything you did in this “Short life”, I Can’t Understand how he “world
loving people” can underestimate their Creator ! But one thing is clear, these
people will suffer great regret on the Day of Judgement.
“Certainly it is to Us they will return. Then their reckoning is Our concern.”
(Surah Al-
Al-Ghashiya, 25-

When that time comes, everything will reach its conclusion and there will be
no way to go back and make amends. All of those who disregarded the truth,
shown to them by their conscience, will experience a previously unknown degree
of astonishment and panic. All of those who rejected Allah's existence and unity
will Undergo an unequalled punishment, for His Messengers warned and
informed them how to live and invited them to the true religion. Moreover, Allah
gave them enough time and opportunity to reflect and reason upon the truth they
were told, for:

... did We not grant you life enough for whoever would remember therein to
remember, and the warner had come to you?...
you?... (Surah Al-
Al-Fatir, 37)
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Sahl ibn Sa'd reported that the Prophet said to Ali :

“By Allah, for Allah to guide one man by you is better for you
than red camels.”
[Agreed upon]

Red Camels were very precious for the Arabs, Hence, To Guide someone to the
truth is better than anything else, (i.e. much rewarding).
The Messenger of Allah said:

"Whoever guides anyone to goodness, his reward shall be the same as

those who follow his guidance without lessening a bit of their reward. And
whoever guides anyone astray; his sin shall be the same as the sin of the
person who follows him without lessening a single bit of their sin."

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