When you earn the anger and displeasure of Allâh Ta’ala, how will you experience blessing in your sustenance? Some people are under the assumption that they will experience blessing merely by reading some wazîfah (supplication, verse, etc.). Listen! You will certainly receive Allâh’s mercy by reading a wazîfah, but if we do not give up sins, Allâh’s anger will also befall us. If mercy and anger face each other, how will we find the path?
An example of this is as follows: by committing sins, the truck of Allâh’s anger will approach; and by reading a wazîfah, the truck of Allâh’s mercy will approach. Neither of the two will give way to the other. If anger does not move aside, mercy will not come.
We cannot expect mercy solely from reading a wazîfah, but we will receive mercy if we give up sins. Give up sins and you can undoubtedly read your wazîfah.
Tell me, if excreta falls on your clothes, do you apply perfume to your clothes, or do you wash your clothes and then apply perfume? The remembrance of Allâh Ta’ala is a perfume, but you must first remove the foul smell of sins. But this does not mean that you must not perform salâh, fast, etc. as long as you have not given up sins. Salâh, fasting, etc. are compulsory, obligatory and sunnat-e-mu’akkadah (emphasised Sunnah). Perform your salâh and fast, and also engage in the remembrance of Allâh Ta’,ala.
However, it is necessary to rectify this belief that merely reading a wazîfah will solve everything. No! It is essential to give up disobeying Allâh Ta’ala. Even if a person displeases Allâh Ta’ala for a single breath, he is making the anger of Allâh Ta’ala lawful to himself, unless he repents.
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