Response to s.p. attri
Submitted by A Muslim (Pakistan), Apr 29, 2010 at 05:42
As for the verse of:
Surah Baqarah (surah 2) verse 6 (no.1) it is wrongly qouted by you cuz the real one says
"As for the disbelievers, whether you warn them or you warn them not it is all one for them; they believe not"
this verse is telling that the unbelivers thier hearts are closed , and they do not gain the the guidance in the Quran..........this verse describes a general overview of THE UNBELIEVERS AT THAT TIME.......(time when the Prophet SAW was preaching)
It is clear that the one who does not belive in Allah and His Messenger ( Hazrat Mummad SAW) will NEVER ENTER PARADISE...........even if u do good deeds and help the poor, orphans , needy, sick, old...........even if u pray daily but belief in Allah and His last Messenger SAW is necessary.
for the people who do good deeds.....e.g the non muslims . these people will get thier reward in this world but the here after will be terrible for them..........just imagine if the angel of death Hazrat Izraeel appears NOW..........what will you do...........at that time YOUR CONVERSION TO ISLAM IS NOT ACCEPTIBLE......
Allah Says in the Quran
"the only religion acceptible in the eyes of Allah is ISLAM."
So people do some research in this religion , whats the harm in reading the Quran ........ Read it with an open mind and you will see its a Book truly from Allah..........but if u dont and dont even belive in Allah, you will be in hell forever and Allah says:
"when thier skins are burnt We will give them new skin so that they .........."
This verse is no doubt for the unbelievers but it is also for the bad Muslims who hurt others, terrorise others and do not offer prayers but eventuallly the Muslims will enter paradise.................beyond that its all up to Allah.
Reading the Quran may lead you from eternal wrath to eternal paradise .....decision is urs!!!
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