(Hadith) When evil deeds makes you felt guilty

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The marks of faith and sin

أَبَا أُمَامَةَ يَقُولُ سَأَلَ رَجُلٌ النَّبِيَّ صَلَّى اللَّهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ فَقَالَ مَا الْإِثْمُ فَقَالَ إِذَا حَكَّ فِي نَفْسِكَ شَيْءٌ فَدَعْهُ قَالَ فَمَا الْإِيمَانُ قَالَ إِذَا سَاءَتْكَ سَيِّئَتُكَ وَسَرَّتْكَ حَسَنَتُكَ فَأَنْتَ مُؤْمِن

Abu Umamah narrated, ‘Someone asked the Prophet (pbuh), “What is sin?” The Messenger (pbuh) answered, “When something stirs unrest in the heart, leave it.” The man asked, “What is faith?” The Messenger (pbuh) answered, “When evil deeds render you guilty and good deeds please you, you are a person of faith.”’ Related by Ahmad.


  1. Sinful acts give rise to unease in the heart.
  2. If a deed causes one to feel uneasy, one should distance oneself from it.
  3. If wrong and evil acts cause guilt and good acts are pleasing to oneself, it is a sign of piety.
  4. If one feels no unease in engaging in sin and vice, it is a sign of weakened faith.

May we continue to engage in deeds which bring calm and tranquillity to the heart!

Source – https://t.me/ahadithadayAHAD

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