How can I become a Mu’min (believer)?
Submitted by on Mon, 13/09/2010 - 16:45
Dear Brother / Sister,
Believing in Allah and that there is no god except Him, that Muhammad (pbuh) is his slave and messenger, in the angels of Allah, in His books, in the Day of Judgment, that the good and the evil are created by Allah (Bukhari, Iman, 37; Muslim, Iman, 1, 5, 7; Abu Dawud, Sunnah, 15).
A person who believes in Allah has to worship Allah. He has to perform five daily prayers, perform fasting in Ramadan, pay zakah and go to hajj if he is rich. Besides, every good deed that he does for himself and for the humanity becomes a means of reaching the consent of Allah.
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