Punishment in the grave frightens people, especially Muslims, because no one can obey all religious duties. Every Muslim who dies must go through this torture. Mercifully, there is a way for you to avoid condemnation.
“I am a wretched and miserable man. I want to do what is right but I don’t do it. And even when I try to avoid doing what is wrong, I still do it” (Romans 7:19, 24). This was Apostle Paul’s feeling that we often feel as well.
Paul, a great apostle, also experienced depression because he couldn’t obey all Allah’s law. The desire to do what is right is a good thing. But failing to do so and the possibility of punishment can cause worry and depression.
The good news is, Apostle Paul found a way out. He also wrote, “There is no condemnation and punishment for those who belong to Isa Al-Masih, who become His true followers” (Injil, Romans, 8:1).
What is the way out that Apostle Paul found? What is the secret to having joy and peace when we think about life after death? Find out in this video.
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