7 tips about - Repenting
1. Have you stopped committing the sin?
Repentance cannot be truly performed unless you stop committing the sin completely and do not return to it.
2. Do you regret the sin?
You must have remorse and be genuinely sorry that you committed the sin.
3. Are you committed never to return to the sin?
Your repentance must include a strong resolve not to return to the sin at all.
4. Have you return any rights that you took?
If your sin involved oppressing, harming or backbiting others, you must return whatever right you took and you may need to seek forgiveness from the one you opressed (especially for backbiting).
5. Have you deserted the place of the sin?
Do not return to the place you used to sin and do not reminisce about the sin.
6. Do not talk about the sin
If you have repented from the sin, you should be ashamed of it and should never boast about or talk about the sin to others. Cover up your own faults as well as the faults of others.
7. Do you forbid others from the sin?
You should forbid other people from committing the sin similar to your own.
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