On the Day of Resurrection, all of humanity will be restored to their former bodily shape. On this planet, everything God created will come to an end at some point. Every human being, from the beginning to the end of time, will be resurrected and judged according to their actions. “Day of Judgment” is the name given to this day.

There are about 1,200 passages in the Holy Quran that discuss life after death and the Day of Resurrection. This is in addition to the Prophet Muhammad’s and the Twelve Imams’ numerous traditions. This number underlines the relevance and significance of life after death, emphasizing that a human being’s life does not end with death, but rather carries on to a new life.

Repentance is the act of forsaking sin and is the most effective manner of showing regret for having done so. It entails earnestly regretting a specific transgression and vowing never to repeat it. Repentance is both a source of and a means of achieving success. The Quran says, “Turn to Allah, O Believers, that you may be successful” (24:31).

Regardless of how serious a person’s sin is, God’s forgiveness is far greater. No one should be ashamed of repenting and turning to God. God has the power to forgive anyone’s sins. The Quran states:

Say, O My servants who have transgressed against themselves, despair not of the mercy of Allah; verily, Allah forgives all sins. Verily, He is the Forgiving, the Merciful. (39:53)

Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) said, Repentance will be accepted up until the moment of death. that if a person seeks repentance one year before dying, Allah will accept the repentance. Even if a person seeks repentance one day before dying, Allah will accept it. The Prophet then pointed to his throat and said that even if someone seeks repentance before his soul reaches here (pointing to his throat), Allah will accept it. Repentance should be carried out as soon as possible and without delay;

Allah (S.W.T) will continue to forgive all our sins and count us among those who will enter

Al-Janat Fridaus.