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How Will Allah Show His Face (Emotional Conversation)

Then a day will come, you're in Jannah enjoying its wonders and the caller will call: the caller will call ''O inhabitants of Jannah'' ''your lord wishes an audience with you so rush to the meeting of your Lord'' so they come, mounts are prepared for them, royals Royces of the Akhirah, they will get on top of it and ride to the meeting of the Lord and they reach a vast opening valley, do the throne and the Kursi of Allah is placed there and then their stations are placed, their places and stations of honor, some sit, some will sit on stations, on stages of light, not glass under which there is like a light will hold you, they will recline on light, others on pearls, others on jewelery, others on gold and silver, the lowest level of on that day are those sitting on cushions of misk.

Misk for your reference, ten milligrams, three thousand US dollars, it's that much you can say so they will sit on cushions of Misk and once they have set and they found comfort. The caller calls ''O people of Jannah'' There is a promise of Allah left with you, He wishes to honor the promise so they look at each other and they say what promises is this? Didn't he make our faces glow bright? Didn't he make us traverse over Jahannam and entered us into Jannah? Didn't he make our right deeds supersede our wrong deeds? what is left? as they are in this discussion a light comes from above them, the whole of Jannah is covered by it, they raise their heads and the Lord Allah Allah is in presence above them so they look up, Subhanal Khaliq, can you imagine the honor?
Allah (rabbul izza) says: ''Peace be onto you O dwellers of Jannah'' so they say ''O Allah you are peace, from you comes peace, blessed are thou, how high and exalted are you'' So Allah says: and look at the honor: "Where are my servants who used to worship and obey me having never seen me? they never saw Me, someone told them believe, they said we believed in our Lord'' " Where are those who believed and obeyed having never seen me?'' So they say, O Lord we are please, be pleased with us so Allah says: ''If i wasn't pleased with you i wouldn't have put you in my Jannah'' so ask for something else today as the day of excess'' so all of Jannah join on this and they say ''O Rab show your face we want to look at you'' So Allah orders for the hijab to be removed and the hijab of Allah is light.

You will see your Lord like you would see the Sun at its noon or the moon at its full and if you want: there will be faces looking at their Lord, looking so much so that Allah will talk to some individually and say: '' Do you remember on this day and on this day you did this and you did this?'' and the Muslim will say: O Lord won't you forgive me? Allah says"It is my forgiveness that has brought you here"

May Allah make us of those who will lay eyes on the blessed face of Allah on the day of judgment. May Allah honor you and protect you and guide you and guide you for your patience (Ameen)


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