Face to Face : Masrur of Paradise & Maqrur of Fire


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  • Face to Face : Masrur of Paradise & Maqrur of Fire


  • Mutual Disputations

    The quarrels of the poor are characterized by high voices and continual fights using different insults. The rich people are characterized by leading a peaceful and calm life.

     

    This is what happened during life, where money has its role in making rich people happy and settled, whereas poor people are always fighting.

     

    But in the Hereafter it is different. In the worldly life money buys goods as well as people. It is able to make people powerful and strong. Whereas in the Hereafter there is no money in Paradise. Money in the Hereafter only serves as a tool for torturing the tyrants.

     

    Allah says, {and those who hoard up gold and silver and spend it not in the Way of Allah, -announce unto them a painful torment. On the Day when that will be heated in the Fire of Hell and with it will be branded their foreheads, their flanks, and their backs, (and it will be said unto them), "This is the treasure which you hoarded for yourselves. Now taste of what you used to hoard. ")

     

    There is continuous quarreling in the Hell-tire.

     

    There is a continuous exchange of accusations; those who were already judged and doomed to hell await those who will join them, with hatred and envy.

     

    Allah says about those, who are already in the fire and those who will 0in them, this is a troop entering with you (in Hell), no welcome for them. Verily, they shall burn in the F ire! (The followers of the misleaders will say), "Nay, you (too)! No welcome for you! It is you (misleonlers) who brought this upon us (because you misled us in the world), so evil is this place to stay in! "They will say, "Our Lord! Whoever brought this upon us, add to him a double torment in the Fire!)

     

    Also, He says, {Verily that is the very truth, the mutual dispute of the people of the Fire!)

     

    There is a continuous dispute among the people of the Hell-fire, among the kings who claimed they were gods, and their viziers and men, and between masters and their subordinates.

     

    There is also dispute between man and himself.

     

    Shortly, there is no peace of any sort in the Hell-fire, but only hatred, envy and struggle.

     

     

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