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“I have a clean heart”

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“I have a clean heart”
This is a classic one. Some Muslim brothers and

sisters are convinced that their haraam actions
are justified because Allah (swt) knows that their
heart is clean and pure. Some Muslims who
indulge in premarital relationships use this excuse,
however they fail to realise that if their hearts
were really pure they wouldn’t be indulging in
such shameful activities. If one holds such a
notion that this must mean that such an
individual’s heart is most definitely NOT pure.
If ones heart was truly pure and clean then this
would be seen in their actions as well. Such an
individual would regularly pray, fast, keep a beard/
wear Hijaab, and avoid pre-marital relationships.
The deeper one goes into Islam, the more
convinced they should become that they are
undoubtedly the worst sinners on the face of
Earth. Imam Hanifah used to become overcome
with extreme remorse for the supposed sins that
he had committed that he used to lose
consciousness. Abu Bakr (ra) used to wish that he
was a blade of grass so that he wouldn’t have to
go through the day of accountability. Did they
walk around claiming that their hearts are pure?
Can any of us claim to be more righteous and
pious then Imam Hanifah and Abu Bakr (ra)?
It would be also be interested to ask those who
are convinced that their heart is pure, where they
obtained this knowledge of the unseen from?
-ISLAM4PEACE
A reminder for us all, our actions should be a
reflection of our Imaan. We can't have one
without the other

Hadeeth Newsflash

Reported by Abu Hurairah (RA): The Prophet (peace be upon him) said, "Allah, the Exalted, says: `I will contend on the Day of Resurrection against three (types of) people: One who makes a covenant in My Name and then breaks it; one who sells a free man as a slave and devours his price; and one who hires a workman and having taken full work from him, does not pay him his wages.''' [Al-Bukhari]

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