Fachri is blessed enough to get a high-paying job offer while still in college. If he takes the job offer, he could make a lot of money without finishing his degree. We might think he should immediately take the offer! But, what if we had to sacrifice our life-long dream just to make more money? Is it really wise to neglect Allah’s mission and goals for your life to try to become wealthy? We need to pray and ask Allah for guidance. Allah commands Muslims to pray to Him, and He will show us the best path.
These are the words of Prophet Isa a few hours before He was crucified. The Gospel of John 17:4 says, “I have brought you glory on the earth by completing the work you gave me to do.” In this matter, Prophet Isa is a good example for those who need to make the difficult choice between following our call or taking worldly rewards. Isa Al-Masih focused on finishing the work God gave Him to do. What work was that? Watch this video until the end to see how Isa is a great example when making difficult life decisions.
500 years earlier, the Prophet Isaiah foretold that Allah would send Isa to earth to die as a sacrifice for the sins of the world. Isa Al-Masih came to bear the punishment for our sins so that we could be saved from eternal punishment. Isa was diligent in completing the work Allah called Him to, which is dying on the cross for mankind.
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SOME QUESTIONS FOR THE COMMENT SECTION BELOW
- Just like Prophet Isa, Allah has special work for each of us. What do you think Allah wants you to do in your life?
- What do you think your role & responsibilities are as Allah’s creation? What do you think your role & responsibilities are as a member of your family?
- What do you do when you have to make difficult decisions
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