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Sins of the Heart PDF Print Email
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Tuesday, 05 June 2018 00:32

Sins of the Heart

Among the sins of the heart are:

1. The insincerity in performing the good deeds (riya'), i.e., to do the good deeds for the sake of the people--to be praised by them--and this nullifies their reward;

2. Priding oneself in obeying Allah (^ujb), and deeming one's worship was by one's own ability--forgetting the grace of Allah;

3. The doubt in Allah;

4. Feeling safe from the punishment of Allah;

5. Despairing of Allah's mercy;

6. Having arrogance (kibr) towards the slaves of Allah, which is to reject the truth said by someone or to look down on the people;

7. Have enmity in the heart for a Muslim--if he acted in accordance with this and did not hate it;

8. Envy, i.e., to hate and feel bitter about the endowment on a Muslim and act in accordance with this feeling;

9. Reminding a person of the charity given to him with the purpose of breaking his heart, like to say to the receiver of the charity: "Did I not give you a so-and-so on such and such a day?" This nullifies the reward;

10. Persisting on sinning;

11. Believing that Allah shall not forgive him;

12. Thinking ill of Muslims;

13. Denying the qadar;

14. Being happy with a sin done by oneself or others;

15. Betraying someone, even a blasphemer, such as to kill him after promising him safety;

16. Harming a Muslim deceptively;

17. Hating the Companions, the Al of the Prophet, and the righteous Muslims;

18. Being a miser in paying what Allah made obligatory (bukhl);

19. Abstaining from paying what Allah made obligatory (shuhh);

20. Having a strong desire to be rich in a bad, sinful manner (hirs)

21. Breaching the rules of glorification regarding the things Allah made glorified (istihanah);

22. Belittling what Allah rendered great, as in status and consequence, be it obedience, disobedience, the Qur'an, Islamic knowledge, Paradise, or Hellfire.