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Islam and Afterlife

Updated on August 21, 2019
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Abuzar is still a student and polishing his skills of writing an article.

Life is a Test

All humans that are sent into this world are given a test. Every human is free to choose his way of life, the virtuous way or the bad way. So the path he chooses, he will be rewarded after death. If he chooses the virtuous path, he will live forever in heaven and he who chooses the wrong path will be punished forever in hell.

All-Wise

Allah has ninety nine names, one of them is Hakim which means all-wise, so everything God does have wisdom in it, even if humans cannot understand it.

Fair Test

As this life is a test, the God tests the humans in this world through pain, sadness and troubles to see if they stay on the right path or not. As we see that the Muslims all around the world are in trouble and problems, it is just to know that which of them stays on the right path so he can be rewarded in the afterlife. When the muslims will see their reward they will wish that they should have been in more hardships so they could be rewarded more.

The Muslims today all around the world are in distress, worries and unease, it is not because Islam is not the righteous religion but it is because Allah has sent us in this world to judge us that how do we live our life, according to the teachings of Islam or not.

Other Reasons of Downfall of Muslims

There are some more other reasons also for the downfall of muslims. One of them is that the Muslims have now stopped spending their lives according to the lifestyle presented by over beloved Prophet Muhammad PBUH. Another reason is that the Muslims are now a days wasting their money in luxuries of life. The Muslims have now forgotten to live like brothers as ordered by the Quran, they have formed classes between them by race and nation that has led the Muslims to their downfall.

The Generous

Another reason because of which a muslim faces distress in his life, is to make him remember the reason that he is sent to earth for, that is worshiping Allah.

Allah is the most merciful sometimes a muslim deals with hardships and troubles, just so Allah can erase his bad deeds in response of the hardships that he deals in his life.

Test Remains Fair

If Allah aided every muslim around the world and does not let anyone to harm them, then there would be no purpose for sending the humans to the world.

Why Non Muslims Aren't Being Punished?

Allah has stated many times in the Quran that in this world every human has given time to either live his life according to the teaching of Islam or live according to his pleasures and will.

Allah shows every human the right path several times in his life. But even if he does not live his life according to the teachings of Islam, he is still given time so that he could not state in the day of judgment that he was not given enough time in his life.

Solution

Still, the Muslims all around the world can work together, set peace between them and become strong together and rule the world once again.

Questions Are Welcomed

If anyone has any question about this topic, you can ask in the comment section down below.

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    • Miz A Buu profile imageAUTHOR

      Abuzar 

      2 years ago from Karachi

      Poverty is not the problem for the muslims now a days. Poverty can easily be terminated if every muslim pays his zakat and on time.

      As for education it is the basic requirement of life.

    • sherin hasan profile image

      Sherin Hasan 

      2 years ago from United Arab Emirates

      why rule the world .. I think you need to revise the main concept .. and the solution ,, I see the solution .. better education systems and more effective mechanisms to fight poverty

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