Refraining From Action Of Sin With Intention Of Worldly Things
My question is that in Islam we are told not indulge in sin and to avoid sin. so avoiding a sin is religious command.
So if a person who used to do some Haram thing. at one instance was about to commit a Haram act like say bad words to someone. but then he immediately stopped because he realized that of I say bad words to this man, his father being a big man will get me beaten, his only intention for stopping this action was to avoid himself getting beaten up. So he avoided the action of cursing (which was sin), only to avoid getting beaten. would this be shirk? or shirkiya behavior of Riyakari, when he was commanded by Allah to avoid this action, but he did not avoid this for Allah at all and only for to avoid getting beaten. would this be a shirkiya behavior?
or it would be a simple occurrence and the man avoiding that action would neither receive reward nor punishment. no punishment because the sin did not take place. and no reward because he did not stop due to fear of Allah’s displeasure.
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