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Sign of Allah’s Love for His Servant | Shaykh Muhammad ibn Salih al-’Uthaymeen Shaykh Muhammad ibn Salih al-’Uthaymeen: Anas ibn Maalik narrates that the Prophet [may the peace and salutations of Allah be upon him] said: “When Allah wants good for his servant He hastens for him punishment in the worldly life, and when Allah wants bad for him He withholds (the punishment) from him until He meets him on the Day of Judgment”. *All affairs are in the hand of Allah [the Majestic]*and (happen) by way of His will as Allah says about Himself: “Doer of whatsoever He intends (or wills)”. [Surah al-Buruj 85:16] and “Verily! Allâh does what He wills.”*[Suarh al-Hajj 22:18] Therefore, all affairs are in the hand of Allah. Mankind is not free from error, sins, or falling short in performing (Islamic) obligations, and as such when Allah wants good for His servant He hastens for him punishment in the worldly life, either in his wealth or family or in his self or someone whom he has ties with; the crucial*point*is the punishment is hastened for him, because punishments expiate bad deeds. So if punishment is hastened and Allah expiates by way of that the servant’s […]

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