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The importance of seeking forgiveness from sin,

 The importance of seeking forgiveness from sin,

The importance of seeking forgiveness from sin,

Definition of forgiveness:

 * The definition of forgiveness in language is consistent with its concept in the terminology of the jurists.  In the language, forgiveness comes in the sense of a request, that is, the servant's request for forgiveness from his Lord, the Exalted, the Majestic, whether that is by asking through words, or by action, and forgiveness in the language of the Arabs is concealment, and seeking forgiveness according to the jurists: it is the slave's turning to God Almighty, intending to him.  To forgive him his sins and overlook his bad deeds, and what is meant is forgiveness is to overlook the sins of the servant, and not to blame him by leaving his chastisement and punishment without accountability to him, or to pardon him after his admission of guilt, and some of the commentators went that asking for forgiveness may mean Islam, including God Almighty saying: (And what God was  They torment them while they ask forgiveness.)

 The importance of seeking forgiveness and its effects:

 * The servant's repentance and his forgiveness for what he committed mistakes in his life is due to great benefits and great effects that benefit and strengthen him in himself and his life, and the benefits and effects of asking forgiveness are mentioned as follows: Gaining closeness to God - the Most High - and attaching to him a lot, so the more the Muslim becomes preoccupied with the remembrance of God the greater his closeness to him.  Relieving anguish and relieving chests, relieving worries and frustrations.  A reason to enter the gardens of bliss and enjoy what God Almighty has prepared for their people.  A reason for the purity and purity of the heart, and a feeling of comfort and reassurance.  Atone for sins;  Excessive seeking forgiveness and continuing to do so is one of the reasons for forgiveness of minor and major sins if the conditions for repentance are also fulfilled, noting that the opinions of scholars have differed on this matter as follows:

 * The first saying (the Shaafa'is): They went to say that if the intention of the servant is to seek forgiveness in it is brokenness and lack of repentance without repentance, the minor sins not the major ones.  The second opinion (the Malikis, the Hanafis and the Hanbalis): They went to say that seeking forgiveness without repentance expiates all sins, including major and minor sins.  A reason to pay the calamity that may befall the slave, and a way to solve the problems that he faces, and to overcome the difficulties that he encounters in his life.  It is a type of supplication, and the ruling on that is the ruling on supplication.  The Muslim, when he asks for forgiveness, asks his Lord - glory and majesty - to forgive his sins, and the more he accompanies that feeling of brokenness, lack and humiliation in the hands of God Almighty, the more he is more willing to answer his supplication, especially if he investigates the points and times of the response.

 * Ask for forgiveness reason in the rain falls and the pool of money and the germination of the plant, the Almighty said: (I said to ask forgiveness of your Lord, that he was Gfara * sends the sky you Madrara * and Amddkm money and boys and makes you gardens and makes you rivers), adding that the reason for the supply of power and stamina, the Almighty said: (  O people, ask your Lord for forgiveness, then repent to Him, He sends the heavens over you as a round and increases you strength to your power, and do not turn as criminals).

 * A reason for deserving and attaining the mercy of God Almighty, the Almighty said: (He said, O people, do not hasten the bad before good, if you do not ask forgiveness.)  A reason for expiation for the mistakes that may occur in the councils because of the conversation that takes place in them, and the necessity of seeking forgiveness after each council expiates the bad consequences of it.  A reason to be saved from Hellfire, and in return, to attain high degrees in Heaven.

 Reasons for not achieving the effects of seeking forgiveness:

 * The servant may ask forgiveness a lot and wonder and wonder if he does not find a trace of his forgiveness in his life, and the truth is that the absence of the effects of seeking forgiveness has several reasons, and what follows some of them are mentioned: uttering the formulas of forgiveness by saying only without sensing its meaning in the heart, and not being keen on honesty in it, so the forgiveness is just words  It is pronounced without a sincere desire to return to God Almighty and repent.  Failure to fulfill all the conditions for seeking forgiveness, as asking for forgiveness is a form such as supplication, as previously mentioned, and this means that seeking forgiveness has conditions and contraindications, and if its conditions are defective, its effect will be null.  When the servant intends to forgive the meaning of repentance for the sins committed, then it does not help to limit himself to asking forgiveness for the tongue, rather it is necessary in his right to fulfill the conditions of correct repentance, including admission of guilt.

 Ruling on seeking forgiveness:

 * The basic principle is asking for forgiveness to woo and desirably, because it may be a non-sin. The Almighty said: (And ask forgiveness, God is Forgiving, Most Merciful). The ruling on asking forgiveness may turn into an obligation as a Muslim seeks forgiveness when he commits a right of sin, and it may be that a Muslim seeks forgiveness when he commits a sin.  Behind the funeral, and the ruling may pass to the sanctity, such as seeking forgiveness for the one who was an unbeliever, and it is desirable for a Muslim to frequently seek forgiveness from God Almighty and ask him for forgiveness and overlook the sins and mistakes that occurred from him, and the times when he failed to worship God Almighty and draw close to Him.

 * It should be noted that the nature of the human soul is subject to sins, mistakes and omissions, so it was from the mercy of God - the Almighty - that He prescribed for them many acts of righteous acts and ritual acts that bring them closer to him, and force the deficiency in what they have performed of the acts of worship and duties, and exchange their bad deeds with good deeds, and increase them in favor and reward.  Among those acts of worship are the remembrance of God Almighty, and His forgiveness is a real forgiveness stemming from the heart, and therefore the Muslim must strive seriously in the request for forgiveness and forgiveness always from God Almighty. And the Muslim should strive for himself in sensing the meaning of forgiveness in his heart, until he reaches the goal of it.  In his life and her afterlife,

 * As for if the tongue’s forgiveness was with a negligence in the heart, then this is what scholars call “the repentance of the liars.” Rather, the Malikis considered it a sin that inflicts major sins, and some Hanafi and Shafi’i scholars have argued that it is useless for forgiveness, while the Hanbalis went and some Hanbalis and Shafi’is agreed with them.  That asking for forgiveness while neglecting the heart is a good deed whose doer is rewarded, considering that it is better than silence with negligence, and perhaps the condition of this seeking forgiveness will change.  If the tongue becomes familiar with a male, the heart is about to become familiar with it.

 Times and forms of seeking forgiveness:

 * The time for forgiveness, God Almighty has prescribed for a Muslim to seek forgiveness and return to it at all times, especially after the conclusion of righteous deeds.  In order to make up for the deficiency that occurs in it, and when the prayer is finished, the Muslim must seek forgiveness from God if he commits any of the sins and sins, and one of the best times for forgiveness is the time of magic.  For God Almighty says: (And by bewitching they seek forgiveness).

 * Forms and positions for forgiveness:

 * There are a number of formulas in which a Muslim can seek forgiveness, just as a Muslim can add to them if his intention is to supplicate, and among the formulas for forgiveness is the master of forgiveness, and it is by saying: (O God, you are my Lord, not God but You, He created me and I am your servant, and I am His servant, and I am your servant  What I was able to, I seek refuge in You from the evil of what I have done, I reprimand you for your grace upon me, and I apologize to you for my sin, so forgive me, for it does not forgive sins, unless you forgive you.

 The master of seeking forgiveness includes great meanings, including: The recognition that God alone deserves deity and slavery.  Acknowledgment that God is the Creator.  A Muslim's admission of his guilt and adding it to himself.  Sincere orientation from the servant to God, showing a desire for forgiveness and what God has prepared for His servants, and recognition that God alone is capable of that.  Acknowledgment that the blessings attained in the life of a servant are all from God.  Asking forgiveness when leaving the toilet by saying: “Your forgiveness.” It was narrated on the authority of the Mother of the Faithful Aisha - may God be pleased with her - that she said: (The Messenger of God - may God bless him and grant him peace - when he came out of the desert he said: Your forgiveness).

 * When the ablution is finished, the Prophet - may prayers and peace be upon him - said: (Whoever performs ablution and says after completing his ablution: Glory be to God and with your praise, I bear witness that there is no god but you, I ask forgiveness and repent to you, it was written in parchment, then it was put into a stamp, and it was not broken.  Until the Day of Resurrection.) When the majlis is finished by saying: “Glory be to God and praise be to you, I bear witness that there is no god but You, I ask for forgiveness and repent to you.” The Prophet, may blessings and peace be upon him, said: (Whoever sits in a majlis and abounds in it, then he said that before he got up from his assembly.  Glory be to God and praise be to You, I bear witness that there is no god but You, I ask forgiveness and I repent to you, unless that was forgiven him in his sitting.)

 * Upon entering and leaving the mosque, it was narrated on the authority of Fatima, the daughter of the Messenger - may God be pleased with her - that she said: (When he entered the mosque, he prayed and greeted Muhammad, and he said: Lord, forgive me my sins and open the doors of your mercy for me, and if he left, he prayed and greeted Muhammad.  And he said, "Lord, forgive me my sins, and open the doors for me, please."  After the last Tashahhud of prayer, it was narrated on the authority of Abu Bakr Al-Siddiq - may God be pleased with him -:  Forgive me, your forgiveness, and have mercy on me, for you are the Forgiving, the Most Merciful.

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