Concept Of Forgiveness And Hellfire
As one makes sincere Tawba for a sin one has committed, Allah Taalah Forgives him. My current understanding is that Allah Taalah removes that sin (from Nam-e-amal/ record of one’s deeds) for which one has made sincere Tawba. Not only this, but He also removes the effects of the sin from our soul. Is my current understanding right?
I recently came across an idea that all people (including those to whom Allah Talla is going to grant entry into heaven) will have to remain in hellfire for sometime for the purpose of purging them off any evil within their hearts. This purpose of this time in hell will only be purification, or purging of sins, or make one perfectly pure so that they can enter the purest of places. So, it will not be wrath of Allah, rather it will be His Mercy.
Kindly answer Is this idea correct or in line with Quranic concept of hellfire, its purpose and entry into Heaven.?
If a person has sought forgiveness throughout his life constantly, and if my earlier concept of forgiveness is correct. will there be a need for such form of purging/purification?
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