Channel: Faith IQ
Nothing should ever prevent you from stopping a good deed. One must never allow sins they may commit affect the good deed one does. Isn’t it hypocritical to sins behind door but yet look religious on the outside?
Shaykh Saad Tasleem explains further with an example
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is looking religious on the outside but being sinful on the inside or behind closed doors hypocritical?
The answer is yes and no, it is hypocritical to come off as religious on the outside, but we commit other sins, but it's no on in front perspective that we shouldn't leave deeds out of a fear of hypocrisy. If we're doing something good, it's still better than not doing any good at all. So if a person's committing sins and they do this one good deed, let's say there's a brother who is praying his five daily prayers, but he commits sins along with that the chiffon will come and say that this Brother, why do you even bother praying when you commit all these other sins? When we would say to the ship on earth relationship, I would say, at least this brother is praying, so never leave a good
deed because of other sins or other things that we may be doing wrong in our life. And a loss parrot. Allah knows best