Shukr and Istighfaar

March 16, 2015 § 1 Comment

From the benefits of Shaykhul Islaam ibn Taymiyyah: Whenever a person looks to what His Lord has done he does shukr (thankfulness/gratitude), and when he looks to his own self he does istighfaar (seeks forgiveness). — Majmoo’ alFatawa 16/188

مـــــن فــــــوائــــــد شيـــــخ الإســـــلام: “فكلــــــمـا نظـــــــر إلــــــى مــــا فعلــــــه ربــــــه شكـــــر، وإذا نظـــــــر إلــــــى نفســــــه استغفــــــر.” — مـجمـــــوع الفتـــــاوى 188/16

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