Will our sins and thawabs (rewards) be evaluated based on the time when we live?
Submitted by on Wed, 23/03/2016 - 00:23
Dear Brother / Sister,
Yes, it will have some effect. The reward for the righteous deeds performed under hard conditions or avoiding committing sins under these conditions will be different from those under normal conditions. Therefore, the decree that a person who does not commit major sins and who performs fard worshipping will attain salvation at the end of time when it is difficult to practice religion exists in religious books.
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