Hawzah News Agency - The Qur’an is the principle source of every Muslim’s faith and practice, but its basic theme is the relationship between God and His creatures and provides guidelines for a just society, proper human conduct and equitable economic principles.
We should know that God is going to bring about His promises. It may happen this afternoon, it may happen tomorrow, next week, next month, next year, 20 years from now, but you know that your harvest is on its way. You have seen God do it in the past, and you know He is going to do it again in your future. He says in holy Qur’an: “Do not despair of God's mercy. Indeed no one despairs of God's mercy except the faithless lot”. (Qur’an; 12:87)
I know you may have some difficulties, but do not talk about your problems, talk about your God. Qur’an says: “God indeed defends those who have faith”. (Qur’an; 22:38) Let God arise and His enemies will be scattered. When you let God arise in your life, and you go out with this unshakeable confidence, your waiting for your harvest, knowing that it is going to be better than expected, you know down deep no difficulty can defeat you, no person can keep you from your destiny, every setback is only temporary. Just trust in God as He tells us: “Anyone who puts his trust in God, then He suffices him. God's commands will be done. God has decreed for everything its fate”. (Qur’an; 65:3)
Instead of complaining, let God arise, then your enemies will be scattered- Enemies of sickness, enemies of debt, enemies of depression, enemies of disappointment. Somebody may have walked out of a relationship, but say, “I know God is going to send me someone better; I maybe hurting right now but I know God is the restorer of my soul; He is giving me beauty for my ashes. I may have lost money in the stock market, but I am not worried. God is my provider. He is supplying all of my needs. Somebody might have cheated me at a business deal. No big deal. God's my vindicator. He will make my wrongs right. He is fighting my battles. I am not buried; I am planted.”
Author: Abolfazl Sabouri