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[18:105] Such are the ones who disbelieved in the revelations of their Lord and in meeting Him. Therefore, their works are in vain; on the Day of Resurrection, they have no weight.

We are only as strong as our weakest link.

You can be kind, focused, patient, but if you are deliberately neglecting one key attribute from submitting 100% and being devoted 100% to God alone then Satan will exploit that one key aspect and then all your works will be in vain. That is why we have to uphold 100% of the scripture:

[4:44] Have you noted those who received a portion of the scripture, and how they choose to stray, and wish that you stray from the path?

What does society call someone who upholds all the federal laws, obey all the traffic laws, volunteers at a children’s hospital, but robs houses? They are still a criminal.

Take the example of Adam and Eve. How many times did Satan need to dupe Adam for him to get evicted from Paradise? Satan only had to dupe Adam once.

But it is not to say that it is all over for us if we break a commandment. God has given us a life long chance to purify ourselves to rid our selves from sin and from Satan’s trap, but we have to work hard to received God’s recompense.

[90:4] We created the human being to work hard (to redeem himself).*

So unless we identify this weakness we will never know to fix it.

And it is a blessing from God that when we step out of God’s kingdom we are reminded of our Lord.

Nothing Bad Comes From God [4:79] Anything good that happens to you is from GOD, and anything bad that happens to you is from you. We have sent you as a messenger to the people,* and GOD suffices as witness.

*4:78 Bad things are consequences of our own deeds (42:30, 64:11), though God is the doer of everything (8:17). God created the fire to serve us, but you can decide to put your finger in it. We thus hurt ourselves. It is God s'law that if you put your finger in the fire, it will hurt.

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