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Fasting to 'pay up' & to 'prepare' is different from doing Amal. Amal is good when you don't owe, really appreciated then.

Besides fasting, it being a month of Allah(سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) then that dhikr Laa ilaha ilallah

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10 hours ago, Mzwakhe said:

Fasting to 'pay up' & to 'prepare' is different from doing Amal. Amal is good when you don't owe, really appreciated then.

Besides fasting, it being a month of Allah(سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) then that dhikr Laa ilaha ilallah

Alhamdulilah, 

Allah is Merciful and accepts our efforts no matter what they are if it’s sincere. It’s not up to us to say what will be accepted or not accepted by Allah. This thread was a reminder for people of the significance of the month and to inspire.. not discourage. If you wish you can tell everyone who owes Allah to not  make any efforts this month...

Edited by AbdulKarim313_Austin/Nola

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7 hours ago, AbdulKarim313_Austin/Nola said:

Allah is Merciful and accepts our efforts no matter what they are if it’s sincere.

Indeed. More merciful then we can imagine. But a person should also keep in mind that our defective worship may be rejected by Allah sometimes as well. It is entirely upto Him which worship He accepts and which he would reject. Traditions say that when someone reads prayer with no concentration, Allah wraps up the prayer like a sheet and throws it back to the man's face. At the same time, it is said that if a person knew how much Allah showers His blessings on the man when he is in sajdah, he will never left his head up from sajdah. So a balance has to be created where a man is fearful of being a rejected worshipper and hopeful of being a highly rewarded one as well. 

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1 hour ago, Liggel said:

Indeed. More merciful then we can imagine. But a person should also keep in mind that our defective worship may be rejected by Allah sometimes as well. It is entirely upto Him which worship He accepts and which he would reject. Traditions say that when someone reads prayer with no concentration, Allah wraps up the prayer like a sheet and throws it back to the man's face. At the same time, it is said that if a person knew how much Allah showers His blessings on the man when he is in sajdah, he will never left his head up from sajdah. So a balance has to be created where a man is fearful of being a rejected worshipper and hopeful of being a highly rewarded one as well. 

Masha’Allah, 

You are absolutely right. Fear and hope of Allah. This thread is only meant to be a reminder of the benefits of the month. I didn’t post it for a debate or to play Marjah. The Hadith that I posted are not narrated by me. “Shrugs”

May Allah accept our prayers and efforts as Allah is The All knower and The Merciful. 

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10 hours ago, AbdulKarim313_Austin/Nola said:

This thread was a reminder for people of the significance of the month and to inspire.. not discourage.

yes that's also true here

10 hours ago, AbdulKarim313_Austin/Nola said:

. If you wish you can tell everyone who owes Allah to not  make any efforts this month...

it is not of me to tell people what to do.

The encouragement was for the beauty of the amals including fasting.

am of the understanding that doing a recommended deed whilst the obligatory is still due then you can use that (opportunity) to do the due.

Other recommended amals other than fasting & or prayers is dhikr, specifically Laa ilaha ilallah.

So whether one owes or not, effort can be applied ia.

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