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4 Signs That You Are Close to Allah

If you find yourself reduces the value of many things you did, reduces the value of good deeds, sees what you have done of good deeds is very few, magnifies blessings of Allah on you, sees the minor sins as major ones and your good deeds very few. These are signs of closeness to Allah.

Reduces the value of many things you did. When you give a big sadaqah (Charity), you see it small and say ''O Allah you gave me all this and i don't give even 1 or 2 percent of what i own! When i give 2% as sadaqah, 98% will remain then i add it to Zakat and making 2.5% for Zakat and 1.5% for sadaqah, ending in 4% or 5% total. Give only 5% while 95% will remain then reduce the value of what you did and say ''O Allah i kept 95% for me and i gave 5% only. Verily, i am delinquent!

When your lord gives you any blessing, when you wake up in the morning and can sit down, Say ''Alhamdulillah'' O Allah there are many people can't sit down. There are many people who told by the doctor to sleep on their backs for a month but you sat and stood up on your own and this is a blessing and you see blessings of Allah on you are too much though, they aren't few! They aren't few at all!

Look at the movement of your hands, there are cells inside the brain which control the movement of these fingers, if these cells stop, our hands become paralyzed. May Allah cure all those who suffer from the illness. You should magnify blessings of your Allah on you, then reduce the value of your good deeds. When you do something good, don't admire it.


I ask Allah to make us from those who reduce the value of their good deeds (Ameen)


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