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At Taqwa and Its Effects by Shaykh Rabee Bin…

At Taqwa and Its Effects

by Shaykh Rabee Bin Hadi Omair Al-Madkhali

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Indeed this is a good opportunity for us to discuss this important matter, which is from the most serious and important of subjects, about which you see and hear a great deal from the tongues but which very rarely touches the hearts. So the speech is plentiful - very, very plentiful - about the fear of Allaah, Blessed and Exalted, it circulating upon the tongues but the hearts Allaah knows, Blessed and Exalted, as to those hearts in which reside His Taqwa and His Mindfulness. So whoever from us is plentiful in his speech about it, then let him fear Allaah in truth, and let this matter reach his heart, this is what is required.

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