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A question regarding Obtaining paradise
« on: June 07, 2018, 09:54:02 PM »
(Introvert, I have an issue with you posting as a Muslim.  I have removed your nonsense.  Stick with questions and wait for answers.  Don't fabricate lies on Islam.  This is your last warning.  Osama)

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Re: A question regarding Obtaining paradise
« Reply #1 on: June 08, 2018, 05:07:09 PM »
In Islam, we are also saved by the Grace of Allah Almighty.  There are Hadiths from Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, that say that some people will be asked by Allah Almighty if they want to be judged by their deeds or by the Mercy and Forgiveness of Allah?  And the Prophet advised us to always select the latter choice!  Even if your record of good deeds is near perfect.  Always select the Forgiveness and Mercy of Allah Almighty.  There are also many Hadiths that speak about Allah Almighty forgiving notorious sinners. 

Also, there are countless Noble Verses in the Quran that speak about Allah Almighty's:

1-  Forgiveness.
2-  Grace.
3-  Mercy.

And Allah Almighty Commanded the Muslims in many Noble Verses to be merciful and forgiving to all people:

We are saved by the Grace, Mercy and Forgiveness of Allah Almighty.  But this doesn't mean that we turn our societies into whoredom, because works supposedly don't mean a thing as you quoted from your corrupt bible.  Look at the whoredoms of the Christian societies.

Christianity is a false religion of conjecture.  The verses that you quoted are quotations of men.  Not Divine Revelations of GOD.  Ironically, the quotes that you gave are not even by the disciples of Isa, peace be upon him.  They are writings that were written 150+ after Jesus and his disciples:

Take care,
Osama Abdallah


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