Q:) if a person commits a sin and then he does
taubah full heartedly but again he can't resist and do the same sin
again he does taubah so will his taubah be accepted
if a person in namaz reads after soora fatiha a soora which contain
sajda e tilawat so what should he do.
A:) If a person commits a sin and makes Tawbah, he will find Allah Most
Forgiving on condition he fulfils the conditions of Tawbah, which are:
1. Sincerity – the person must be sincere in his repentance. It should
not be just lip service or a customary Tawbah.
2. Regret – the person must feel the pain of what he did from his heart.
He violated the order of none other than Allah – who is the Almighty,
the Greatest. He has bestowed me with so many bounties for which I do
not deserve, yet I went against Him. The pain of committing sin should
be like the pain of the death of one’s near and dear one.
3. Firm intention – if one is sincere and deeply regrets committing a
sin, it is obvious he will never want to commit that sin again. He
should resent that sin like how he resents being thrown alive into the
However, as a human being, it is possible that one may err and commit
that sin again. The above three procedures should be repeated. Insha
Allah, a time will come that Allah will create resentment in the heart
of the person for that sin.
It is also important to note that every individual should consult with
some learned and pious person to assist in reforming himself and
abstaining from sins and getting closer to Allah. If a sin pertains to
the rights of Allah, for example, a person missed some compulsory
Salaats in the past, or he did not discharge his Zakaat, he should make
up for it by making Qadhaa as soon as possible. If the sin pertains to
rights of people, then their rights must be fulfilled first.
If a person recites in Salaat a Surah which has Sajda-e-Tilaawat after
Surah Faatiha, then he should make Sajda-e-Tilaawat in Salaat after
reciting the verse of Sajda-e-Tilaawat.
Mufti Ebrahim Desai
Please tell me if there is such a Prayer for Taubah. And if yes, when
and how it is performed.
Article Taken (with Thanks) from Islam.tc
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