Angels of mercy surround believers in Ramadan. But why will some angels be terrifying to look at? Is it because of your sins? What happens to sinners who repent? When does Allah change your sins to good deeds? And how can you ask for forgiveness from the Most Merciful this Ramadan?
In this episode, Dr. Omar Suleiman and Sh. Abdullah Oduro are joined by Dr. Jinan Yousef and Dr. Omar Husain as they dive into juz 19, discussing ibad ar-Rahman, the beautiful attributes of Allah, and His Mercy in the face of repentance.
0:00 – Intro and lighthearted humor
3:01 – Dr. Omar Suleiman reflects on the first few verses in juz 19
6:07 – When disbelievers asked for angels to be sent down as proof of prophethood
8:45 – How will angels look in the hereafter?
11:34 – Dr. Omar Husain reflects on the servants of the Most Merciful
14:37 – When will Allah change your sins to good deeds?
18:02 – One characteristic of the ibad ar-Rahman
19:19 – Dr. Jinan Yousef reflects on regret and turning back to Allah
21:39 – What happens to sinners who repent?
23:50 – What is tawbah and who should be doing it?
26:12 – When is Allah intensely joyful?
27:44 – Sh. Abdullah Oduro reflects on Surah Ash-Shu’ara
29:04 – One easy way to ask for forgiveness in Ramadan
32:01 – When someone you love doesn’t embrace the message of Islam or morality
32:49 – What do Allah’s names Al-Aziz and Ar-Raheem mean?
37:34 – Reflections
39:02 – How is Allah merciful when He talks of punishment?
40:59 – Allah won’t cancel you.
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