The conditions for repentance to be accepted

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A friend once said to me; All of us, humans, are sinners.. and "the one without sins, let him be the first to throw the stone" which is the word of Jesus Christ - salam to him.

The answer:
True: "All of us are sinners." But should not insist on sin, like Satan who insisted on his sin. God accepts the repentance of the sinner when he asks for His forgiveness.

The conditions for accepting the repentance are here explained by Mohammed-Ali Hassan Al-Hilly, the interpreter of the Quran and the Bible:

Quran 4: 31, which means:
(If you [Muslims] avoid the great [sins] which you are forbidden, We will remit from you your venial [sins] a and admit you into an honorable place b [: in Paradise.])
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a It means: if you avoid the major sins, We pardon you the minor sins in case you repent; i.e. if you repent from a minor sin, We accept your repentance and forgive you; but if you repent from a major sin, We will not forgive you concerning it unless the punishment of retaliation is applied to you, in case such a sin requires a stated retaliation punishment, and you return the property and rights of people if you plunder their rights, then you may repent and then We forgive you concerning it.

Therefore, one, who stole some property, has to return the stolen property to its owner from whom he stole that property, then he may repent.
And one who disobeyed his parents, has to please his parents, then he may repent;
the killer has to pay the due money then he may repent;
One who accused a married woman with fornication has to please her by giving her money or doing her a favor until she is pleased with him and forgives him his fault then he may repent;
and one who gave a false witness has to admit the truth before the judge then he may repent;
and so on anyone commits a major sin, has to return the rights of people and then he may repent and his sin may be forgiven; or else it will not.

The major sin is every sin which requires the due retaliation punishment, or it is the plundering of the rights of people.
The greatest major sin is
>> the joining or associating of others with God [in the worship and glorification].
Other major sins include:
>> the killing of a believer,
>> taking the usury,
>> devouring the property of the orphan,
>> accusing a chaste woman with adultery,
>> disobeying the parents,
>> the fleeing from the war against disbelievers, associaters and atheists;
>> committing adultery with a married woman,
>> preventing the woman from marriage,
>> stirring the hatred and enmity between two friendly believers,
>> deceiving a chaste woman to adultery
… and other sins.

b For the one who avoids major sins and repents from minor sins.
 

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Here's the key question. What makes your Really Old Book the unanswerable and all-encompassing truth, and any number of equally old (or older) books wrong?
 
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Here's the key question. What makes your Really Old Book the unanswerable and all-encompassing truth, and any number of equally old (or older) books wrong?
The Quran is not the oldest book revealed from God; it was revealed a long time after the Gospel and still a very long time after the Torah (included in the Old Testament.)
Anyhow, whether it is old or new; this will not change its truthfulness and its wisdom.
Moreover, the interpretation of the Quran by Mohammed-Ali Hassan Al-Hilly is the newest revelation which makes it a recent revelation; if only you realized it.
www.quran-ayat.com
 
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The sincere true repentance
Quran 66: 8
, which means:
(O you believers, turn to God with sincere repentance a [from your sins and from the association]; that your Lord may conceal your evil deeds [from the sight of souls, in the afterlife, so they will not see them], and admit you into Gardens with rivers flowing under [their trees.] b)
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a i.e. like the repentance of one who is loyal to God and His messenger.
b In the Garden of Refuge following death, i.e. in the Barzakh world. And in the Garden of Everlasting on Doomsday.

More explanation by Mohammed-Ali Hassan Al-Hilly
 

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Prophet Mohammed - salam to him - said:
"The one repenting from his sin, is like a man who did not sin."
Or "As if he did not sin."
 

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Sinners! Do not desperate of God's forgiveness and grace.

Quran 39: 53
, which means:
(Say: "O My servants, who have been extravagant a [in sins] against their own souls! Do not despair of God's mercy [and forgiveness]; [for] surely, God does forgive all sins b; surely, He is the Most Forgiving c, the Most Merciful d.)
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a i.e. those who commit so many sins or serious sins.
b To anyone that repents and turns to Him.
c To those who repent.
d To those who regret.

 
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The Quran is not the oldest book revealed from God; it was revealed a long time after the Gospel and still a very long time after the Torah (included in the Old Testament.)
Anyhow, whether it is old or new; this will not change its truthfulness and its wisdom.
Moreover, the interpretation of the Quran by Mohammed-Ali Hassan Al-Hilly is the newest revelation which makes it a recent revelation; if only you realized it.
www.quran-ayat.com
OK, so your thesis is that it's true because you say it's true?

That's it?
 

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OK, so your thesis is that it's true because you say it's true?

That's it?
It is true because it is the word of God; while you deny it for that it is old!?
You are misfortunate when you deny the Quran without studying and contemplating it; so what do you think the one who denies God's revelations; what will his outcome be in the Next Life?
Moreover, I have explained much to you and some other members here, and you disbelieve; so from now on, I will not reply to you, unless it is the acquiring about the meaning of some of its ayat.
 

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What repentance is accepted by God?
Quran 4: 17
, which means:
(God surely accepts the repentance of those who do evil while being ignorant, then soon afterwards they turn in repentance;
it is these [repentants] whose repentance God shall accept; surely, God is All-Knowing d [and] All-Wise.
)

More explanation by Mohammed-Ali Hassan Al-Hilly:
 

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It is true because it is the word of God; while you deny it for that it is old!?
You are misfortunate when you deny the Quran without studying and contemplating it; so what do you think the one who denies God's revelations; what will his outcome be in the Next Life?
Moreover, I have explained much to you and some other members here, and you disbelieve; so from now on, I will not reply to you, unless it is the acquiring about the meaning of some of its ayat.
I deny it for the absence of the first scintilla of evidence to support it.
 

DaSleeper

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What repentance is accepted by God?
Quran 4: 17
, which means:
(God surely accepts the repentance of those who do evil while being ignorant, then soon afterwards they turn in repentance;
it is these [repentants] whose repentance God shall accept; surely, God is All-Knowing d [and] All-Wise.
)

More explanation by Mohammed-Ali Hassan Al-Hillbilly:
Can Ali Hassan Al- hillbilly do this?

 

Tecumsehsbones

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Moreover, I have explained much to you and some other members here, and you disbelieve; so from now on, I will not reply to you, unless it is the acquiring about the meaning of some of its ayat.
Sounds good. This camel rodeo was getting dull anyhow.

Guess my money's no good at Al's Snackbar anymore.
 
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DaSleeper

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Got a paperback copy of the quran by alhilbily by mistake from amazon the other day.....

makes a fine ass wipe
and I use my right hand, not my left!
 

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I have explained much to you and some other members here, and you disbelieve...
Why would anyone believe you? All you do is make claims without evidence, and some of them are preposterous, like the one about the moon splitting in half, and the stuff about life on other planets in the solar system. You've made over 9200 posts since you first registered here in 2007 and don't appear to have convinced anybody of anything, all your explanations have gone for nothing. It's a mystery to me why you persist in this futile preaching at the infidels.