The true religion is Allâh Ta‘âlâ’s law which is a sacred collection of all divine Haqeeqah (realities) and Ahkam (rulings). Allâh Ta‘âlâ bestowed it upon people through His prophets. This divine law leads people to khayr (good). As long as people adhere to the rulings of this divine law with their own free will, they will be on the right path, attain salvation and bliss both here and the Hereafter.

Islam is the last and most perfect divine religion. This noble religion is not confined to a particular tribe or a century. On the contrary, it is an intrinsic religion for all people that will be valid until the final hour. This great religion is a way of salvation and prosperity and a source of peace, safety, and bliss. Islam is the only religion that Allah Subhânahû Wa Ta‘âlâ is pleased with (at this time).

Islam is the most exalted religion which consists of Ibadat (acts of worship), Taa’ah (obedience), and submission, informing people that they have been created to acknowledge, obey and worship Allâh Ta‘âlâ.

The religion of Islam exalts human beings and guides them to life as pure as that of angels. It enlightens human souls with the most refined feelings, commanding people to be a proper servant to the creator of the worlds. How excellent it would be to be accepted in His presence! What an honour! Thus, Ibadat, Taa’ah bless human beings with this honour.

If the souls want calm and joy; if a person of sound mind wants peace in his heart and happiness in his life, all these could only and solely be attained through offering Ibadat and Taa’ah to Allâh Ta‘âlâ.

Those who are deprived of the pleasure of Ibadat and Taa’ah are indeed miserable who are unaware of the wisdom in their creation.

Those who neglect the duties of servanthood indeed have neglected the duty of shukr (thankfulness) that they are obliged to offer and thus risked their eternal life.

Undoubtedly, the prosperity, salvation, and peace of human beings are only possible through Ibadat (Acts of worship) and Taa’ah (obedience) to Allâh Ta‘âlâ with a sincere heart and pure intention.

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