What should a person who commits sins do not to lose his belief?
He should always remember that not carrying out the duties that his belief necessitates is a fault and sin and he should feel sorry. He should ask for patience and help from Allah in order to fulfill the orders of the religion and to practice what his belief necessitates; he should repent and vow not to commit sins again.
Only then can a person protect his belief from the negative effects of the sins. Thus, he can get rid of the danger of losing his belief.
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