If Shaytan Is Locked Up, Why Do We Sin In Ramadan – Shaykh Navaid Aziz

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The speaker discusses the concept of "slack up" and how it relates to sin. They explain that "slack up" refers to avoiding sin and purifying one's soul. The speaker also mentions that "slack up" is a natural evolution process for doing good and avoiding sin.

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How do we understand the concept of the big shake on being locked up yet we still commit sin in the month of Ramadan.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in an authentic hadith tells us that the shell thian are locked up in the month of Ramadan. And people often use that as an excuse that I can finally stop sinning. But what we fail to understand is that shaytaan being locked up does not necessitate that you will stop sinning, because certain sins will stem from our enough's meaning our own carnal desires, and up and until we learn how to tame our own carnal desires, the presence or lack of presence of shaitaan will not affect it. So what does it exactly mean that the shell thing are locked up in the month of Ramadan? We don't actually know we submitted the fact that the Prophet

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us this and we accept it. What do we need to do is work on our own selves. So those situations those circumstances that make us susceptible to sin, we want to try to avoid and then on top of that, we want to try to purify our soul. So our natural inclination is to do good and to avoid as much sin as possible. And Allah Subhana Allah knows best. Subscribe to this channel, share this video and click on the bell icon so that you can be notified with every new video at faith IQ does that