"A falta de confiança é um grande calcanhar de Aquiles no sucesso das pessoas. Muitas vezes é o único obstáculo entre uma pessoa normal e um campeão. Em todos os momentos da sua vida, confie em Deus, confie nos outros e confie principalmente em você." - Roberto sshinyashiki
We pick up the newest member of our family tomorrow morning....and the kids have NO idea. 😁 these past 2 months without a fluffy dog in the house has been 👎👎👎 pllllghhhh (that was supposed to be a fart sound as I stuck my thumbs down...just to convey how 💩 it is without a fuzzy puppy to love. So be prepared for a lot of functional medicine education, healthy, easy recipies and....puppy videos in my stories😂
Do you have a dog? And do they go everywhere with you? Are they as fuzztastic as our new addition?
The Qur’an teaches that God is a Judge and He also punishes, but God is not bound to punish. The justice of God, according to Qur’an is that God does not and will not inflict undue punishment on any person. He will not ignore the good of any person. But if He wishes to forgive any sinner, He has full freedom to do that. His mercy is unlimited and His love is infinite.
There are many verses in the Qur’an and sayings of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) on God’s love, mercy and forgiveness. In one of the prayers that the Prophet taught, he said: “O God, You are most Forgiving One, You love to forgive, so forgive me.” (At-Trimidhi & Ibn Majah). We need God’s mercy and forgiveness all the time. It is wrong to assume at any time that one will find eternal salvation without the forgiveness of God.
Just as it is important to believe in God’s mercy and forgiveness, it is also necessary to base human relations on forgiveness. We cannot expect God’s forgiveness unless we also forgive those who do wrong to us. Forgiving each other, even forgiving one’s enemies is one of the most important of Islamic teaching. In the Qur’an, God has described the Believers as: “those who avoid major sins and acts of indecencies and when they are angry they forgive.” (42:37)
In the same chapter, God says: “The reward of the evil is the evil thereof, but whosoever forgives and makes amends, his reward is upon God.” (42:40) In another place the Qur’an says: “If you punish, then punish with the like of that wherewith you were afflicted. But if you endure patiently, indeed it is better for the patient. Endure you patiently. Your patience is not except through the help of God…” (16:126-27)
A recap of William Paterson’s first official campus ministry meeting! Their theme was breaking barriers with Jesus💪🏾 And our very own Youth and PENSA National Pastor was there to give a word to the students🙏🏾 •
We are ambassadors possessing the campuses for Christ🔥