Which Surah says about Jannah?

Surah Waqiah– A depiction of Jannah.

What is imamat in Islam?

The Imamat, or belief in the divine guide, is a fundamental belief in Shia Islam and is based on the concept that God would not leave humanity without access to divine guidance. According to the Twelvers, an Imam of the Age is always the divinely appointed authority on all matters of faith and law.

What does Allah say about Jannah?

Jannah is Paradise, where those who have been good go. It is described in the Qur’an as “gardens of pleasure” (Qur’an 31:8). Muslims believe they get to Paradise by living religiously, asking Allah for forgiveness and showing good actions in their life. These good actions will be rewarded on the Last Day.

How do you keep remembering Allah?

10 Easy Ways To Remember Allah Even When You’re Busy

  1. Make the most of technology to gain beneficial knowledge.
  2. Read an ayah of the Qur’an a day.
  3. Try to always be in a state of wudu’
  4. Plan your life around your prayers.
  5. Practice mindfulness.
  6. Pick a few duas or dhikr to focus on and take five.
  7. Give charity.

What does obedience to Allah mean?

the True Source of Happiness
Obedience to Allah is what gives true joy and consolation because Allah strives to do every person good. The way to achieve it is simple, it is to follow the rules of Islam.

How is the imam used in the Qur’an?

With this in mind let us now turn to the verses cited by Al Afriqi wherein Imam is used to refer to the Divine Book brought by Musa (as). If we look at these verses collectively wherein the Imam is used to refer to a person and a book we see a common theme.

What does the Qur’an say about fear of Allah?

O ye who believe! Fear Allah as He should be feared, and die not except in a state of Islam.

What is the Shi’a position on the Imamate?

The irony is rather than weaken our stance this further strengthens the Shi’a position on Imamate. As Shi’a we believe that Imam refers to that person appointed by Allah (swt) with the responsibility for providing guidance on the teachings of the Creator to mankind.

Is it free to interpret the Qur’an and Sunnah?

No one is free to interpret the Qur’an and Sunnah in such a manner, Allah (swt) has expressed the need for a ‘band of people’ and we need to locate these individuals whose sole purpose for being on the earth is to convey the true teachings of Islam to the masses.