Skip to main content

Sins Make the Face Ugly

The Righteousness And Sinfulness Become Apparent On One's Face.

The person who is righteous and fears the day of Judgement, Is honest and has good character, his character is manifest from the radiance on his face. Likewise, can be said for a person who is sinful. His face lacks radiance and Noor.

When a person is a child and is too innocent to be sinful, he has a beautiful radiating and bright face. As a person gets older and if he/she leads a sinful life, the Noor of the face is replaced by an ugly face. What is internal becomes apparent on the outside.

Likewise, if a person leads a righteous life, the person will have a bright face.

It has been narrated that Ibn Abbaas (Radiyallaahu anhu) said:

"Indeed righteousness illuminates the heart, radiates the face, strengthens the body, increases provision, and produces a love in the hearts of the creation for that person. Whereas sinfulness darkens the heart, greys the face, weakens the body, and produces hatred in the hearts of the creation for that person."

It is very important to strengthen one's character and morals as an individual and as a community as a whole. One must abstain from sinning, be it a minor or major and always keep repenting to Allah Azzawajal for the intentional as well as unintentional sins.

It is possible that a person may not intentionally lie, he may even be a person who makes a great effort in ibaadah and has zuhd (abstains from pleasures of this life that are lawful). However, he has false, incorrect ‘aqeedah regarding either Allah, His deen or His Messenger (sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) or His righteous servants. And what is on the inside affects what is on the outside. Thus, this false, incorrect ‘aqeedah that he thought was true and correct reflects on his face, and his face would be dark in accordance with the level of falsehood he possesses.
As it has been narrated that ‘Uthmaan ibn Affaan (radiyallaahu ‘anhu) said:

No one ever hides evil within themselves except that Allaah makes it manifest from his facial outlook and the statements his tongues utter.

One must always keep in check with his Iman, make righteous friends who remind one of Allah taala often.

On the day of judgment, this would be very clear as Allah says: And on the Day of Resurrection you will see those who lied against Allaah their faces will be black. Is there not in Hell an abode for the arrogant ones? [Soorat uz-Zumar, 39:60]

He ta’ala also said: On the Day when some faces will become white and some faces will become black; as for those whose faces will become dark (to them will be said): ‘Did you reject Faith after accepting it? Then taste the torment for rejecting Faith. [Soorah Aali-Imraan, 3:106]

It is clear from these verses that the faces of sinful will be void of any radiance or Noor and the wrath of Allah is to befall them, for them is the hellfire. May Allah protect us. Ibn Abbaas and others have said regarding the verse above that: The bright faces will be ahlus-sunnah, and dark faces will be the people of Innovation and division. [Aj-jawaab as-saheeh Vol.4, pg. 306-307]

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

SEX BEFORE MARRIAGE AND ITS CONSEQUENCES.

In the name of Allah, most compassionate and most merciful. “From among the signs of the Hour (end of time) are that religious knowledge will be taken away (by the death of religious scholars), ignorance will prevail, drinking of alcoholic drinks, and there will be a prevalence of Zina.” – Prophet (saw) We begin our topic with these words of our beloved Prophet. How true were his words? We live in a world where all these things are prevalent and unfortunately in our Muslim community as well. Many of our Muslim brothers and sisters are trapped in the evil of Zina and it has become a norm for them, as a result they don’t even consider it haram and unlawful. Allah says in holy Quran: Sūrah al-Isrā’, 17:32: “And do not even approach zina, for it is an outrageous act, and an evil way…’’ We are not going into detail about why Zina is unlawful but in this article, you will find the consequences of this sin. How this affects a life of a person physically, mentally, spiritually and so

MUSLIMS MOURN ALI BANAT - THE MAN ‘GIFTED WITH CANCER’

It’s a sad day for all those who knew Ali Banat, the young man gifted with cancer. Ali Banat was an inspiring Australian Muslim philanthropist whose diagnosis of cancer motivated him to dedicate his life to charity work. “At this point in my life, Alhamdulillah I have been gifted by Allah with cancer throughout my body and I have changed my whole life to helping people,” he said. An Inspiration to Muslim Youth A man of a kind heart was known for his charity work over the past three years. One of his biggest achievements is MATW project, (Muslims Around The World) launched in October 2015 to assist those less fortunate in the poverty-stricken areas of Togo, Africa. He was an inspiration to Muslim youth, dedicating his big fortune to charity work. His organization built mosques and schools for the less fortunate in Africa. May Allah accept it from him! Indeed, to Allah we belong and to Him we shall return. May Allah have mercy on our brother Ali Banat and make it easy

THE MAN WHO INSPIRE MILLIONS OF MUSLIMS EVEN WHEN HE IS PASSED AWAY (ALI BANAT)

Ali Banat is a sydney born who was diagnosed with Cancer and doctors have given him only 7 months to live. Despite his circumstances, he considers this a gift from Allah. Ali Banat, is a young man who, in his own words, was “gifted” with a stage 4 cancer throughout his body. He was given just a few months to live but took this great test as an opportunity to change his life. Upon receiving this news he immediately sold his business, gave up his lavish lifestyle and prized possessions and began a new mission to give up his Dunya and work for his Akhira. Ali has humbly dedicated the remainder of his life to helping those who are far less fortunate than him and in doing so, set up the charity MATW Project (Muslims Around The World) which has already changed the lives of so many. Being diagnosed with cancer is like death sentence for many. But this is not the way Australian Muslim Ali Ali Banat sees it. For him, the sickness is unquestionably a gift from Allah. “At this point in m