Hell-A Vision from within (Part-49)

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The believers' path to Heaven is a long one, so they should be prepared for it I looked at the believer's path to Heaven and discovered that sinners, like I am, have got a long way to go, a way that is surrounded with dangers, great victories [253], and plenty of obstacles. There are some sinful believers who are cut short before Heaven, remain in Hell as long as Allah, His Almighty, wishes, do not enter Heaven afterwards but burned, and then their skins are replaced with new ones. As for the atheists' way to Hell, it is very short, starting with the grave. Referring to Noah's people, Allah, His Almighty says using the that indicates the instantaneous response, or result. His Almighty also says, referring to Pharo's people

Then the resurrection, the day of the congregation of the dead, and finally Hell. However, the believers' way to Heaven is a long one, and they are not allowed into it, until the people of Hell are thrown into Hell. Therefore, let's begin the journey of belief from its initial steps Death is unavoidable

The period from this moment to death could be a minute, and it could be years. Moreover, the life span of Muhammad's, Allah's peace and blessings be upon him, followers is generally from sixty to ninety years, and none but few exceed the previous span

Today, I am, the writer of those lines, have passed sixty lunar years, therefore I have arrived at the end of my life, and living the extra time given to me by Allah, His Almighty. From this now to the time of departure, no one knows how will the final moment be. Prophet Muhammad, Allah's peace and blessings be upon him, said: "A person works as one of Heaven's people, until there is only a foot between him and entering Heaven, then his destiny takes the precedence, so he works as one of Hell's people, and falls in it. And, a person works as one of Hell's people, until there is only a foot between him and entering Hell, then his destiny takes the precedence, so he works as one of Heaven's people, and falls in it." He, Allah's peace and blessings be upon him, also said: "A person appears as if he works as one of Heaven's people, while he is one of Hell's people, and a person appear s as if he works as one of Hell's people, while he is one of Heaven's people." [256]

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