The Prophet (sall Allāhu 'alayhi wasallam) said: “The five daily prayers, Jumu'ah (Friday prayers), and Ramadān remove bad deeds between one and the next, if major sins are avoided.” 2. Major sins are forgiven by repentance. If he has given us will then he has also given us the power to control it too.
'Ata' al-Khursaani said: This is a man whose deeds end with shirk or a major sin, so all his good deeds are cancelled out. It is narrated in a saheeh report that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Whoever does not pray 'Asr, his deeds are cancelled out.” Narrated by al-Bukhaari (553).
Coming back to the above question, regarding the signs that Allah SWT has accepted a person's repentance is when his attitude and character change, his soul became closer and his love for the mosque increases, his manners and language improve, he feels happy when worshipping and he continues to seek for forgiveness ...
Whether you sin the next day or the next month, make sincere taubah(repentance) every time you commit a sin. Armed with the strength of hope in the mercy of Allah, and the belief that sincere repentance wipes away all sin, you have to strategize and plan.
And all sins are eligible for forgiveness through God's mercy and repentance.
Things Which Invalidate The Prayer (Mubdilatu-Salaat)
Speaking or talking in the course of the prayer. Laughing in the course of the prayer. Eating while praying, even though what is eaten maybe as small as a piece of dates.
There are a number of things that will make the Salaat, the prayers void, such as eating or drinking during prayer or losing the wudu' (Ablution) by sleeping or passing wind for example.
A verse from the Quran says: “Indeed, Allah does not do injustice, [even] as much as an atom's weight; while if there is a good deed, He multiplies it and gives from Himself a great reward.”
How do we atone for our sins? One way is to recite the Purushasuktam forty times. Other ways to get rid of sins would be through observing mouna vrata, through daana, through fasting, through aradhana and through bathing in sacred rivers, said Velukkudi Krishnan in a discourse.
Jesus came into this world for the purpose of seeking and saving sinners (Luke 19:10). God's plan of salvation through Jesus included His death on the cross where He shed His precious blood. It is His blood that washes away sin (Revelation 1:5b).
Follow up your misdeed immediately with regret and remorse towards Allah. Repent sincerely by verbalizing 'astaghfirullah,' which means, “I seek forgiveness from Allah.” Resolve to never commit the sin again.
saying: “By Allah, I seek Allah's forgiveness and repent to Him more than seventy times a day.” Say, “O My servants who have transgressed against themselves [by sinning], do not despair of the mercy of Allah. Indeed, Allah forgives all sins. Indeed, it is He who is the Forgiving, the Merciful.”
To close, we would like to state that burping does not invalidate the prayer. However, it is a discourteous act in prayer and could even lead to the ruling of makruh (undesirable) if it produces a bad smell that disturb others.
Activities that invalidate wudu include urination, defecation, flatulence, deep sleep, light bleeding, menstruation, postpartum and sexual intercourse. Wudu is often translated as 'partial ablution', as opposed to ghusl as 'full ablution' where the whole body is washed.
In Islamic terminology, something which is makruh (Arabic: مكروه, transliterated: makrooh or makrūh) is a disliked or offensive act (literally "detestable" or "abominable").
They are not wasted. Those in heaven don't need our prayers, and those in hell are unable to profit by them. Only those who are undergoing purification prior to entering full union with God in heaven (1 Cor 3:12-15) can avail themselves of our prayers.
— J.F.D. Rev. Graham: Only one sin that can't be forgiven is on God's list — and that is the sin of rejecting Him and refusing His offer of forgiveness and new life in Jesus Christ. This alone is the unforgivable sin, because it means we are saying that the Holy Spirit's witness about Jesus is a lie (see Luke 12:10).
Tawba (Arabic: توبة alternatively spelled: tevbe or tawbah, Turkish: tövbe) is the Islamic concept of repenting to God due to performing any sins and misdeeds. It is a direct matter between a person and God, so there is no intercession. There is no original sin in Islam.
When an unmarried male commits adultery with an unmarried female, they should receive one hundred lashes and banishment for one year. And in case of married male committing adultery with a married female, they shall receive one hundred lashes and be stoned to death.