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The degree of those who keep to repentance

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The degree of those who keep to repentance

 

There are lots of ways for that:

But the greatest way which is the most important for all righteous and good people, no righteous or good man leaves it, Allah says about this door:

2-222: "Indeed Allah loves those who keep to repentance and those who purify themselves."

Who wants to be loved by Allah?

This is the way: To be one of those who keep to repentance or those who purify themselves, because these are the words of Allah.

Allah started His talk with indeed to assure what He says though all the words of Allah are assured, because they are the words of the worthy of all praise and full of all glory, (those who keep to repentance and those who purify themselves).

Because of Allah's kindness and His mercy upon us, He didn’t say He loves those who repent because to repent means to repent once and then close the door but He said those who keep to repentance means that the door of forgiveness is always opened.

Every time the servant does a sin and goes back to Allah, he finds Allah welcomes him and loves him as long as he is wrapped by repentance. That who oppresses himself is that who thinks he has no right to repent so he occupies himself by anything else and not resort to repentance.

Repentance doesn't leave any degree or any position or rank, the greatest beloved (May the blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) used to say about it:

"Oh people, repent to Allah and go back to Him, I repent to Allah and go back to him one hundred times or more than one hundred times a day or everyday."[1]

I hope all brothers think about this Hadeeth and understand it well:

Most people thought that one should repent to Allah one hundred times a day, the Hadeeth never referred to this. What did my beloved and the joy of my eyes (May the blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) say?

Listen and be aware:

Oh people, repent to Allah (this is a part) and go back to Him (this is another part), (then he illustrated his state and what he does and said:) I repent to Allah (this is a part) and go back to him one hundred times a day.

[1] It was narrated in Jamea Al-Ahadeeth Wal-Maraseel after Abi-Bardah after Al-Agharr.
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