Ramadan is a time for forgiveness. Forgiveness leaves a telling tale in the heart of belivers. Believing in Allah, entails that he will forgive our wrong doings, if we ask for his forgiveness.
Ramadan is a time for forgiveness
As Ramadan rolls on, let us find time, to forgive ourselves, to forgive others, to apologise to those, whom we may have wronged.
Allah provides these special 10 days for us to go ahead and repent from our sins, in other to forgiven from the time of creation.
Through Rasul-Allah, we are reminded that forgiveness is one of the gems that builds a strong relationship between a believer and Allah.
Jibrail, once appeared before the prophet saying woe to him, who found the blessed month of Ramadan, and let it pass by, without gaining forgivesness, to which the Prophet, replied Amin.
Forgiveness is a liberating feeling, especially, if it comes from Allah.
So, as Ramadan rolls on, let us find time, to forgive ourselves, to forgive others, to apologise to those, whom we may have wronged, and to always ask from Allah, the most forgiving, who by his own decree, may single handedly forgive all of our sins.
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