The limitless Mercy of Allah

The Mercy of Allah in Hadith Qudsi says that Allah said, “I was a hidden treasure. I wished to be known. That’s why I created.” Hence, the reason for creation was love (Muhabbah). Allah created everything out of love, and therefore, he loves what he has created. Subsequently, He loves the believers even more intensely.

The Quran says, “It is the All-Merciful who assumed the Throne.” This means Allah, the most merciful and kind, controls everything. That’s why kindness is everywhere in the world.

Even when bad things happen, like getting hurt or feeling sad, eventually, everything will be okay because of Allah’s kindness. Imagine if instead of saying “All-Merciful,” it said “the Overpowering” was in charge. That would make everything feel scary and not nice.

Limitless Mercy of Allah

Limitless is your Lord in His Mercy

Surah Al-An’am – 147

Allah, the Most Merciful, showers His love and kindness upon all His creations. We experience blessings and goodness in this world and the next. They testify to His endless mercy. In Islam, we learn that Allah’s mercy surpasses even the love of our own mothers. When we consider some of Allah’s names and attributes, we uncover this profound truth:

  • The Acceptor of Repentance.
  • The Compassionate.
  • The Loving.
  • The Forbearing One.
  • The Most Gracious.
  • The Most Merciful.
  • The Source of Goodness.
  • The Most Generous.
  • The Bestower.

Hadith Qudsi on Mercy of Allah

The same above Hadith also states that Allah divided his love into seventy parts. Just one part of that love is spread all over the world.

Think about all the love we see every day. A mom loves her child. A husband and wife care for each other. Brothers and sisters look out for each other. Even animals and their babies and friends love each other.

But all of this love we see is just one tiny part of Allah’s immense love. It makes me wonder, if this much love is here now, how much more love will Allah show on the Day of Judgement?

Mercy of Allah quotes

Beautiful Quote on Mercy of Allah and Dua to thank Allah

He made the day and night for you out of His mercy. You rest in the night and seek His bounty in the day. Maybe you will be grateful.

Mercy of Allah quotes

Kindness is found in nothing except that it adds beauty. It is taken from nothing except that it sets it apart.

Allah mercy in quran

It is out of His mercy that He has made for you the day and night so that you may rest ˹in the latter˺ and seek His bounty ˹in the former˺, and perhaps you will be grateful.

Surah Al-Qasas – 73

And one of His signs is that He created for you spouses from among yourselves so that you may find comfort in them. And He has placed between you compassion and mercy. Surely in this are signs for people who reflect.

Surah Ar-Rum – 21

Say, ˹O Prophet, that Allah says,˺ “O My servants who have exceeded the limits against their souls! Do not lose hope in Allah’s mercy, for Allah certainly forgives all sins.1 He is indeed the All-Forgiving, Most Merciful.

Surah Az-Zumar – 53

Allah is forgiving and merciful

A woman’s deepest desire is to embrace motherhood. It is a natural gift from Allah. After marriage, if she can’t conceive, she becomes distressed. She prays fervently at every moment, including the late-night Tahajjud prayers.

Even during her pilgrimage to Umrah and Hajj, her prayers are about the hope for children. She longs for motherhood. It consumes her, overshadowing success or possessions.

Despite Allah’s blessings of a loving spouse and a comfy home. But, her heart aches for the fulfillment of this primal desire. The prospect of motherhood becomes her singular aspiration.

Upon receiving the blessing of children, her life undergoes a profound transformation. She proclaims the arrival of spring in her household. Radiance adorns her face. Days blend into nights. She tirelessly tends to her child’s needs and finds solace in her selfless devotion. The toil and sacrifices of motherhood become her joy. Allah has engraved the love for her offspring deep in her heart.

Her priorities shift to her child. She gives up personal desires to care for her offspring. Moments of fatigue vanish when she sees her child’s innocent face. Worries disappear as she holds her beloved in her arms.

Even familial relationships pale in comparison to the bond she shares with her child. Any discord from relatives is disregarded if it conflicts with her maternal instincts. Her child becomes the axis around which her world revolves.

As her child grows up and enters the world, she stays deeply concerned for his well-being. Nights are spent in anticipation, waiting for his return. The household slumbers peacefully. Despite any conflicts or wrongs, her love stays strong. She quickly forgives her child’s wrongdoing when they repent.

The depth of a mother’s love transcends all boundaries. Just as a mother cannot bear to see her child cry. Allah’s compassion for His creation is even greater than a mother’s love. Despite straying, Allah is merciful. He forgives those who truly repent.

In every tear shed by His servant, Allah sees their earnestness. He forgives those who seek repentance with a sincere heart.

Indeed, there are many examples of Allah’s mercy. They show His endless care and kindness towards His creation.

Surrendering to the Almighty’s Plan

When we think we are the only ones in control of what we do, we may feel sad or upset when things don’t turn out how we want them to. But when we truly surrender to the Almighty, who created us, we will see that everything comes from Him.

We will see that our actions, how we do them, and what happens as a result are all connected to the One. Mistakes or things that don’t go as planned are just signs. They remind us to appreciate the kindness of the One who made us.

People who deeply understand this see that everything is connected and part of a bigger plan.

Sometimes when we really want something, like a goal or a dream, we might try really hard to make it happen. But even if we try our hardest, it might not work out the way we want it to.

That’s because there are things beyond our control, like what’s meant to happen. We can’t force things to go our way all the time. It’s like trying to build a castle, but if it’s not meant to be, all our work won’t make it happen.

So instead of just focusing on what we want, we should also think about what’s meant to be and try to understand it. That’s what’s important.

Just relax and don’t worry too much about yourself. If someone else has already done something for you, don’t try to do it again. Allah made everything and takes care of it all. He shows us that He provides what we need and makes sure we have all we need.

So, as believers, we should trust in Allah’s plan and not stress too much. Our job is to worship well. We must learn Allah’s wishes and follow them with confidence. Think of yourself as a guest of Allah and behave in a way that shows respect for Him.

Trying hard for things already meant for us. Ignoring what we’re supposed to do is like not seeing things clearly. The Creator wants us to focus on becoming better and preparing for what comes after this life.

Getting caught up in feeling upset or worried about things distracts us. So does always wanting more stuff. Both distract us from the path to success. We don’t need to stress about having what we need because it’s already taken care of.

Instead, we should focus on understanding and following what’s vital. This includes getting closer to Allah and listening to our hearts.

When we sincerely ask Allah for help or guidance, He listens and responds. Sometimes, we ask for things because Allah wants us to turn to Him.

So, how and when He answers our prayers is all up to Him because He cares for us. What Allah wants from us is to keep asking, rely on Him, and believe that He knows what’s best for us. He always understands our needs and knows what’s right for us on our journey to Him.

To stay happy, we must believe that Allah is perfect and fair. We need to remove all doubts about Divine Perfection. This includes doubts about Justice and Wisdom. They are about the unfolding of events, in their proper order and time.

Even if things don’t happen the way we expect, what’s really important is to trust that Allah knows what’s best. Even if we think we know what will happen, we should still trust Allah’s plan and be okay with it.

We can’t really understand how generous Allah is, and our good deeds don’t even come close to what Allah gives us.

All we have, even the good things we do, is tiny. It’s tiny compared to what Allah has given us from the start. Allah made everything around us, things we can see and things we can’t.

So, when we ask for things or do good deeds, it’s like a hint of the great stuff Allah has for us. But, sometimes we just don’t see it yet.


Allah wants us to ask for forgiveness and come closer to Him. There is a story from the time of the Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) about a woman he met while traveling. She was cooking over a fire, and her child kept trying to play with it, but she had to keep pushing him away to keep him safe.

She asked the Prophet, “If Allah loves us more than we love our children, why would He send us to Hell?”

When the Prophet (ﷺ) heard this, he felt deeply sad. He explained that Allah doesn’t want to send anyone to Hell. It’s people who choose to disobey Allah and end up in Hell. They forget where they come from and who takes care of them. They don’t ask Allah for forgiveness.

Allah is very kind and forgiving. He wants to forgive us. We should use the time we have in this life to ask for forgiveness and change our ways. May Allah help us ask for forgiveness and be better people. Amen.


  • Arish Husain

    Assalam Alaikum beautiful people! someone who loves Prophet Muhammad and his family a lot. I like finding new ways to teach important stuff, so everyone can understand what Allah wants from us and His plans. We learn to listen for whispers from Allah, understand big plans, get ready for whatever Allah has for us, and try our best. I hope Allah's blessings guide us on this special journey.Allah hu Akbar!

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