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Trust in God

Trust in God is an admission of our shortcomings and a reliance on Him for success. It is a duty of the faithful to trust in Allah and to believe that their success depends on His Will.

Allah the Most High said: “Allah, there is no god but He; and upon Allah, then, let the believers rely.”

He also said: “And whoever trusts in Allah, He is sufficient for him.”

He also said: “Those only are believers whose hearts become full of fear when Allah is mentioned, and when Our communications are recited to them they increase them in faith, and upon their Lord do they rely.”

He also said: “And Allah loves those who rely.”

The Holy Prophet Mohammad (pbuh&hh) said: “He who likes to be the strongest should trust in Allah.”

He (pbuh&hh) also said: “He who likes to be the most virtuous should trust in Allah.”

Imam Ja’far al-Sadiq (a.s.) said: “Indeed riches and honour wander about; when they come across trust, they dwell with it.”


* Book: Living the Right Way. By: Ayatullah Jawad Tehraani

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