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By Harun Yahya

Discusses Islam as most suitable to humanity; for his humans, Allah has selected Islam as most suitable to humans, and has made His faith really easy for us to keep on with. This publication tells us that we must always search Allah's approval, and to renounce ourselves to the future He has supplied for us, for really, Allah is familiar with the reality.

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It shall be requited for whatever good and whatever evil it has done. (Qur’an, 2:286) As for those who believe and do right actions—We impose on no soul any more than it can bear—they are the Companions of the Garden, remaining in it timelessly, for ever. (Qur’an, 7:42) Without a doubt, the events people will have to deal with and be patient with will be different. Most people are tried with 38 God Has Ordered What Is Easy many different contingencies. But, in the end, God tests people in relation to their strength.

As long as a person follows this voice, he will live a life of comfort and peace. But, on the other hand, if he blocks his ears against this voice and tries to find excuses and justifications for himself, he will have to live with a guilty conscience and experience difficulties from which he cannot escape. For this reason, the existence of our conscience is a great gift from God in that it brings us ease and blessings. One who appreciates this blessing and listens to his conscience will be able to differentiate right from wrong in every situation and will acquire such understanding as will enable him to please God and save him in this world and the Hereafter.

God informs about believers in the Qur’an as: Yes, the friends of God will feel no fear and will know no sorrow: for those who believe and guard against evil, there is good news in the life of this world and in the Hereafter. There is no changing the Word of God. That is the great victory! (Qur'an, 10:62-64) The rewards of just seeking for God’s approval If you pay attention, you will notice that most people try to win the approval, likeness, and love of each other throughout their lives—of friends, bosses, co-workers, neighbours, followers, children… In the life of a person with this kind of mentality, there is always someone he aims to please, in his way of life, from his style of dressing and his manner of speech to the music he listens to, basically, in everything.

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