// Recharging Your Iman
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« on: Sep 23, 2011 04:05 AM »


Asalaamu Alaikum. Do you ever feel like your faith is very weak and you feel depressed. That has been happening to me recently. Certain sins can make you feel less of a muslim and that your a shame. However that is what shaitan wants. Now i'm 15 years old so I get a lot of stress from school and in this society there is sin everywhere. Mashallah I have stayed away from alot of different sins. But from time I sin and feel disgusted with myself. So I read a few articles and I learned that don't be worried about your status as a muslim. It means you are a muslim to realize when you sre struggling. Others may say they are muslim because there parents are muslim but they aren't because they are not true believers and their activities and interests will show you. Anyway, after you realize you are struggling you should pray to Allah (swt). Our prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said that faith will wear off like clothes will so you should continuously ask ALLAH (swt) to renew your iman whenever you feel down. I did ot yesterday and felt great afterwards. It isn't permanent because shaitan is always trying to put you on the wrong path. So everyday also pray daily that ALLAH (swt) guides you to the path best for you. The islamic path.

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« Reply #1 on: Sep 23, 2011 05:29 PM »

walaikum salaam,

very wise advice from a 15 year old!! jazakAllah khair. whenever i feel my imaan is down i know i've been slacking off islamically so i try to go to the masjid or listen to some lectures and things to try to get back into the spirit.
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« Reply #2 on: Sep 23, 2011 10:02 PM »

asalaamu alaikum. shukran and you have some great strategies as well

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« Reply #3 on: Sep 24, 2011 02:22 AM »

I have sinned earlier today and it kinda shook me up but i will ask allah to help me in my struggle.

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