إِنَّ الَّذِينَ يَخْشَوْنَ رَبَّهُم بِالْغَيْبِ لَهُم مَّغْفِرَةٌ وَأَجْرٌ كَبِيرٌ
(As for) those who fear their Lord in secret, they shall surely have forgiveness and a great reward.
Es cierto que los que temen a Allah cuando nadie los ve*, tendrán perdón y una gran recompensa.
*[También cabe entender: “Temen a Allah aunque no Lo ven…”.]
1/3 of the month of Ramadan has passed. For the next 10 days we ask and beg Allah to forgive our sins. In 3 more days it will be 15days. Which means we are half way through the month. I am asking Allah to give me the strength to complete the fast. Ameen
I am so proud of my children. They are all fasting and going through their test but not one of them have given up. There has been plenty of test as well. And plenty of learning experience, for example my son has Asthma. Something triggered his asthma so he couldn’t fast for a couple of days as he had to take a puff every 2-4 hours. So what my children learned was if a person is sick they cannot fast because they have to take their meds. When they are better they will begin to fast again and at. Later date the sick person will make up the days of fasting they missed.
Alhamdulillah what a wonderful teaching experience. As my older kids where trying to understand why he was not fasting. I explained this is the mercy of Allah on his servant. Allah understands us better than we do. We are weak and we will have episodes where we will be sick at times. However he has made a way for us to still gain the blessings of the month. When one is sick and cannot fast due to serious health restraints and cannot make up their fast. When they feed the fasting person it is as if they were fasting and they still receive the rewards of fasting. Alhamdulillah! Isn’t that beautiful!
Thank you for allowing me to share another day of fasting with you!