In Surah Ibrahim (Abraham) (14:7), Allah, Al-Hasib (The Reckoner and Rewarder), promises, in this explicit ayat (verse) to increase our favours and blessings if we are thankful to our Lord for them. If you are given a favour, confess within your heart that it is a blessing from Allah and thank our Lord, with praise, and Allah will add to that favour by granting you more blessings. Giving thanks to Allah includes acknowledging all blessings are from our Lord, verbally saying Al-Hamdulillahi Rabbil ‘Alamin (All Praise be to Allah, the Lord of the Worlds) and showing gratitude by worshipping Allah, seeking only our Lord's satisfaction and pleasure, avoiding sin and working in the service of people. Really thanking Allah for the favours means not attributing the favours as originating from your own intelligence, wisdom, reasoning and your or other people’s effort, but confessing that whatever exists comes from Allah, the Greatest. It also means being content with what Allah has given you, as well as not using the blessings to commit sins. Rather, we must use Allah's favours in ways which please our Lord.
Writing in Pewter Gray; Design in Dark Cranberry, Turquoise, Medium Lavender, Violet and Forest Green; Border in Light Turquoise
3.9” X 5.6”