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No One Can Love Like Allah Loves

A small phrase in the Quran that is so beautiful and so commonly overlooked, no doubt it is in fact Allah, He loves those who repent over and over and over again (Quran). Just a little bit of perspective, you know somebody could have done me really bad, like a really bad wrong, they've said things that really hurt my feelings and I can't get it out of my head, every time I see them I'm reminded of the thing that they said and it's going to take a while before that scar is healed and maybe once it gets healed, it's possible for me to befriend this person again or at least be civil with this person again.

Maybe it's really hard for me to even sit in the same room with that person but now I got myself to be able to do that, I can actually communicate with this person or be in their presence again but to ask me to love them? it's really hard! okay fine, maybe in some crazy case I can get myself to forget everything and find love for them again, is it going to be the same love that I used to have before? probably not but maybe it's some kind of love and now imagine that this person does it again, hurts me again and then hurts me again and that hurts me again, is it possible for me to loving this person?
It's not even possible for me to continuously forgive this person, to let, one scar hasn't even healed the next one's opened up, the next wound is open up the 01:24 next one's opened up. I can't keep doing this, it's impossible for me and now put this in perspective we do wrong by Allah? He asks us to do something that's actually in our own favour, we neglect Him, we disobey Him, we disregard him and we don't do it once, we do it over and over and over again and yet Allah so masses in His love so incredibly infinite in His mercy.

He doesn't just say I forgives people who repent by the way do you repent over and over again? because you mess up over and over again, for repetition, this is hyperbole used in the Ayah so people who mess up over and over again, Allah doesn't say He accepts the repentance even though they keep coming back and repenting over and over again, He didn't say that! He said he loves those who repent over and over again (Subhan Allah), He loves people who keep repenting over and over again and no one else is capable of that, that's only our Rabb, that's only Allah.

May Allah make us of those who he loves and may Allah make us of people who genuinely make Taubah to Him over and over and over again (Ameen)


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