The Path Towards Sincerity – Part 2
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We feed you only for the sake of Allah; we have no intention of (receiving) neither a reward from you or thanks.76:9
Number six, hide your good deeds as much as possible. We should strive to keep our deeds between us and a lot Hannah. Yes, we will always do deeds that other people see.
But if it's possible to do it more discreetly, that's the path to sincerity inshallah. This will keep your heart pure and prevent shavon from whispering and inspiring you to want to show off. The only time we should intentionally do deeds publicly, is if we're trying to inspire others to do good as well.
Hiding our deeds as a beautiful practice. Allah subhanho wa Taala tells us in the court and to give charity publicly is good, but to give to the poor privately is better for you. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasalam said, Allah will shade seven types of people on the Day of Judgment, the day where there's no shade, but alas shade May Allah make us from two of those people he mentioned were a person who gives charity and kept it so secretly, to the extent that his left hand doesn't know what his right hand gave. And another is a person that remembers a lot privately, until their eyes are filled with tears. selama been dinar said something very profound. He said, hide your good
deeds from people just like you hide your evil deeds from people. Number seven, avoid boastfulness and be grateful. Don't ever boast about your good deeds, and don't keep thinking about them. Or talking about them with others. We shouldn't say things like oh, I performed catch three times and when in the VIP package, or I'm so tired because I prayed pm last night I didn't sleep, do good deeds and forget about it. never consider that your good deeds are so great. Rather understand that these actions are solely due to others favor upon you. always remind yourself that this is from Allah, it was a gift a blessing that he's panatela facilitated for you. So be grateful to Allah for
that opportunity. And keep going. Number eight, don't seek praise. never seek reward or things from people. Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions in sutil insan, the abroad, the righteous and the reward and the pleasures that they'll experience in gender. And then he describes who they are. One of their characteristics is, well you know that Bahama Allah Habibi, Myskina, where your team and what Syrah and they give food, despite their desire for it, out of their love for Allah to the needy, the orphan and the captive? Why do they do that? What do they expect and want do they want thanks and praise from people? Allah says in them or not mo Camilla chilla land What are you doing crunches and
when I show Cora we feed you only for the sake of Allah we have no intention of receiving either a reward from you or things. And then after that Allah subhanaw taala describes what he has prepared for these sincere people. May Allah subhanaw taala makers from them, alumna me These are some of my favorite ayat, please take a few moments to read through these as in certain insan surah number 76 from the beginning until the 22nd and inshallah you'll find so much inspiration.
Always ask yourself, is what I'm doing really for the sake of Allah? Or is it for praise and likes and the attention of people