How To Beat Satan (The Devil) In Your Daily Life ?

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  1. الزعيم

    الزعيم قلم فضي

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    [color=000000][align=left]! The issue of confronting the devil is one of the most intricate ones facing man. This is because this fierce enemy combines three attributes, which are:Invisibility, viciousness and experience. On one hand, he and his tribe watch us from a position where we cannot see him. It is like two armies having unequal access to resources. On the other hand, he olds a deep-seated envy to humans, the creation of whose ancestor Adam, coincided with the beginning of his eternal agony. This is why he harbours such intense hatred and desire to extirpate the human kind by leading them towards hell. His long experience in misguiding men included the prophets but without much luck! But, how would we, the poor and weak creatures do in the face of this challenge?

    The Koran discusses in a unique way the issue of the devil in sixty different verses. It relates how he challenged Allah to lead astray His whole creation ‘excepting the purified’. But, who are those? They are the ones whom Allah chose for Himself and encircled with His love and protection. The Koran cites the _expression “ I will surely bring his descendants under my sw! ay (Arabic le attakhithanna) ” implies that the devil is making a beast out of the human by placing a bridle under his palate to lead him as a beast. Is there any disdain worse than this?

    The Koran warns of ‘Satan’s footsteps’ i.e. the stepwise approach the devil employs to misguide man starting with the smaller! sins up to the major the ones. An example of this is the gradual involvement in illicit relationships with women. It starts by a look, followed by a smile, a greeting, a chat and a date, which results in doing the forbidden.

    The purpose of the above is not to cause despair but rather to display a gloomy picture which should make every one think of the following: First, man must consistently remind himself of this creature’s enmity and that he would not let go of man even if man forsakes him. Secondly, man must explore his weak points through which the devil might enter. Examples of thes! e are; love for women, wealth and fame, and rage. And thirdly, man must seek refuge with Allah who can, if He wills, turn Satan away from His servants as He turned the Satans away from heaven by filling it with ‘stern guards and flaming fire’ as said in the Koran. Shall we then sincerely and humbly seek refuge with Allah by reciting the designated daily supplications, as the Prophet (PBUH&HH) used to do?
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  3. ابن الاصول

    ابن الاصول قلم فضي

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    thanks my brother pajel
    your subject very good

    best regard
    ibn alassooooooooooooooooool