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The Last Most People Exited From Hell, And The Most Last Come To Heaven

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A question may arise in Muslim people minds:

"If there is a Muslim who has never prayer in his entire life, never fasts, and is much wallowing with sins, then can still he enter to heaven?"


Then the answer: Yes still can!

They are namely allowed to go to heaven because of God's Grace. With the provision of; the person never shirked and said the creed (belief) sincerely. 

There may be questions in our minds (Muslim):

"What about the people many sins?" If that person ever killed, committed adultery, lawlessness to his parents, testified false, or even ended his life by suicide?"

"Is all these great sins cause the man to put into hell?"

Yes, it is indeed true ... he was indeed entered into hell, but it is not eternal in it like unbelievers and hypocrites.

A sinful Muslim, even if his sins are very many (wicked), but if his faith is still pure in his heart (not shirk), then finally he will be forgiven by Allah.

That person was indeed put first into hell, to cleanse all his sins. After he served his sentence for a very long time in hell, he was finally expelled (after all his sins washed).

He came out in a burnt body condition, except for traces of prostration on his body.

The condition of the inhabitants of the infernal who committed many sins has told in a hadith from Ibn Mas'ud.

From Ibn Mas'ud: The Prophet Sallallaahu 'Alaihi Wa Sallam once said:

إنى لأعلم آخر أهل النار خروجا منها وآخر أهل الجنة دخولا الجنة رجل يخرج من النار حبوا فيقول الله تبارك وتعالى له اذهب فادخل الجنة فيأتيها فيخيل إليه أنها ملأى فيرجع فيقول يا رب وجدتها ملأى. فيقول الله تبارك وتعالى له اذهب فادخل الجنة - قال - فيأتيها فيخيل إليه أنها ملأى فيرجع فيقول يا رب وجدتها ملأى فيقول الله له اذهب فادخل الجنة فإن لك مثل الدنيا وعشرة أمثالها أو إن لك عشرة أمثال الدنيا - قال - فيقول أتسخر بى - أو أتضحك بى - وَأَنْتَ الْمَلِكُ »قَالَ لَقَدْ رَأَيْتُ رَسُولَ اللَّهِ -صلى الله عليه وسلم- ضَحِكَ حَتَّى بَدَتْ نَوَاجِذُهُ. قَالَ فَكَانَ يُقَالُ ذَاكَ أَدْنَى أَهْلِ الْجَنَّةِ مَنْزِلَةً

"I know the last person was expelled from hell, and also the last to enter heaven. Namely, a man he came out of hell jahannam with crawl conditions.

Then Allah says (to him):

"Go thou, enter into heaven."

So that person came to the garden in the courtyard of heaven. When he looked at the door of heaven, he imagined it as if the heaven had filled.

He returned and said:

"O my Lord, I have come to heaven, but I see it seems that heaven is full."

Allah says (to him):

"Go ye and enter into heaven."

Then the person returned to heaven, but still imagined in his eyes that heaven seemed to be full.

Then he returned and said:

"O my Lord, I have returned to that paradise, but it seems that I have seen it full."

God again said to that person:

"Go away and enter to heaven! For you, heaven has been provided like the world and added ten times as much."

Hearing the word of God, amazed the person. He said:

"My Lord, is you are mocking me? While you are the Lord of the Universe and the King of the Kings?"

And that person finally really entered heaven. At that time he felt the luckiest person.

Ibn Mas'ud then said:

"I saw the Prophet Sallallahu 'Alayhi Wa Sallam then smiled and laughed so that there appeared a row of his molars.

Then he continued his statement:

"That person is the lowest dweller of heaven." (Hadith narrated by Bukhari no. 6571, 7511 and Muslim no. 186).

From the above hadith, implied that the nature of the wicked is accustomed to breaking promises. Therefore, the man was surprised (and astonished) at the truth a promise of his Lord.

As a sinner, he feels worthy of being underestimated or only given something of little value even though Allah Ta'ala is a God that is impossible to deny His promise.

Quran said:

إِنَّ اللَّهَ لَا يُخْلِفُ الْمِيعَادَ

"Surely Allah does not deny His promise." (Surah Ali Imran: 9).

If God promises, surely it will surely be fulfilled.

The above hadith also states that the lowest level of the pleasure of heaven is like ten times the pleasure of the world. Truly extraordinary pleasure in that paradise. Imagine, narrated above is the lowest delight that extraordinary, how about the pleasure of the highest heaven? (Paradise). It can't be imagined!

The hadith above also emphasizes one thing, that a Muslim who still has faith in his heart (even though it is as small as a particle), he will still get the Grace of Allah (put into heaven).

True, he will go to hell because of his sin, but will not eternal in it. This opinion is the belief of Ahlussunah Wal Jamaah. Unlike the views of some circles, which they believe if a perpetrator of a great sin has entered hell, then he will not come out forever.

However, after reading this hadith, does it mean that we are underestimating sin? Because after all it will be forgiven by Allah Ta'ala?

Of course not like that.

As a Muslim, we must compete in charity and do good. So that later in the hereafter we get the highest heaven, that is Paradise from Allah Ta'ala.

Do not let us become a Muslim who regrets later. Because in the hereafter not only the unbelievers are sorry, but Muslims also regret why not do charity as much as possible when they live in the world.

May Allah Almighty always give His guidance and guidance to all of us. Aammiin Ya Rabbal Alamin.

Hopefully, this article can be useful.
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