As they cannot afford to fail, then all measure to succeed are open and equally justified. If that means to police each other or to execute someone for the crime that they did. Working towards a common goal. And a common goal that they have the determination to achieve because failing means being the subject and reason for shame and embarrassment across the world for all Christians and even more, the all-powerful and unforgiving wrath of God himself. Therefore the sermon given by John Winthrop is very powerful in the creation of the Massachusetts colony and provides the determination needed for it to succeed along with details on how to live and serve god the right way.
Worship is an important part of the religion of Islam. Worship (Ibaadah) is a term that includes everything that Allah would be pleased with. It represents the utmost love for Allah through submission. Prayers,zakaat,fasting,hajj,being kind towards others, maintaining relations with kin, doing good and staying away from doing evil, being beneficent to neighbours,to the poor people or orphans,supplication,reciting the holy Quran and such others are types of worship. An act of worship must obey these two circumstances: Firstly, it must conform to the orders of Allah’s Law as found in the Quran and Sunnah.
Prophethood (Nubuwwah) Having accepted monotheism as the first and most fundamental Islamic axiom, here we are to investigate prophethood or prophecy as the second most important one which is based on monotheistic world view. This axiom illustrates God’s mercy by sending prophets to mankind as mediators in order to convey His message and guide people towards what is good. Mankind’s Need for Messengers Prophets are chosen messengers of God for humans to guide them through a virtuous life in order to reach eternal bliss. According to this principle, human’s life would be disrupted and he would not know the purpose of his existence unless he received clear and practical instructions and directions for his life either in this world or hereafter. So the need for prophets is that of guidance which leads human being through his path to perfection.
It is associated with inner conviction and hope for the existence and reality of the Supreme Personality, which is related to the person, his life, his society. Therefore, faith is something personal, irrevocable, but something important public importance. Freedom of religion is another kind of category - it is a political opportunity and public 's faith to be realized in society. If I believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, is important for me to be able to talk about it publicly, write books and to distribute them and to win followers of these my convictions. An
In this time read Quran, as this will Intercede for Us on the Day of Judgement Abu Umaamah, may Allah be pleased with him, related that the Prophet said: “Read the Quran, for indeed it will come on the Day of Standing (Judgement) as an intercessor for its companions.” [Muslim] 3. Farz prayers on
The Heart Trembling Beauty of Quran Recitation Tranquility is the most suitable word which we can associate with the recitation of the Holy Quran. A strange yet soothing feeling comes out from our hearts either we recite the Holy Quran or listen to someone else reciting the most eloquent words of Almighty Allah. When an expert Qari recites the Holy Quran, we just feel that something has taken us to the skies. Just listen to the recitation of the Nobel Quran either by Sheikh Abdul Rehman Sudais or Sheikh Mishary Bin Rashid Al-Afasy, assessable at various virtual Islamic platforms and you will really feel heavenly. I love the way they recite the verses because it simply creates a trembling effect in my heart.
STEPS TO GET CLOSER TO ALLAH Allah, the most Compassionate, the most Merciful, the exalted, is the Lord of all worlds and to Him we all turn to in all aspects of our lives. In whatever situation and whatever phase we are, we are never alone; Allah is there, to protect, to save us. It is essential that every Muslim should yearn to get closer to Almighty Allah. By doing so, Allah will help us through our troubles and will ease our ways as He promises not only in the life of this mortal world but also in the afterlife by letting His obedient servants enter into Jannah. Allah Almighty loves us seventy times than our mothers and heavily rewards for our love and sincerity towards Him.
That fasting helps in getting patients into hand and try to control anger or even maximize it at least. In my point of view I see Ramadan not as just a holy month I feel Ramadan brings us close to our creator by worshiping him and showing him how we are willing to do anything for his forgiveness. I think passion is very important in this month in which Ramadan occurs once a year. Therefore every effort is needed to for fill this month with good deeds and get rid of the sins. Now the Quran have always mentioned Ramadan a lot that shows that Ramadan is a very important month in this religion.
Allah’s merciful nature is also extremely important to acknowledge in this sense. The Qur’an often uses the title al-Rahman, the merciful one, which is one of ninety-nine names used within the Qur’an to describe the diverse attitudes of Allah. Muslims often view the beauty and symmetry of the world around them as a visible manifestation of the merciful nature of God and believe that it has been created in such a way so that
One of the admirable behaviors of the Holy Prophet (SWW) was in salutation  .The great prophet of Islam saluted all evenchildrenandslaves and was always the first in salutation when dealing with others(Tabatabai Seyyed Mohammad, Traditions of the Prophet, Translated by Latif Rashidi).Good ethics and good behavior of the Prophet can be considered as the most important factor in his popularity and eloquence among Muslims.To God Almighty, the faithful servant is verydearand respected. God loves his servants and does not allow people to insult or mock each other .Therefore ,in verse 11of Sura Al-hujraat says:"O believers let not any people scoff at another people who may be better than they; neither let women scoff at women who may be better than themselves. And find fault with one another, neither revile one another by nicknames. An evil name is ungodliness after belief. And whoso repents not, those- they are the evildoers."