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Shuaib was a prophet

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Your Father, Your Mother, Your Sister, Your Brother, Your Friends, Your Family, Together We All Will Be Happy, Only If You Open And Read This Book With Respect And Care, And See What The Holy Book Has To Share. Hi, I'm Mary, I Used To Be Very Mischievous And Naughty. I Used To Fight And Make people Cry, But The Main Thing I Did Was LIE. I Also Used To Hit, It Was About A Year Ago And I Do Regret It. On The Ground, When I Went To Look, Without Making A Sound, I Found A Book. Qur'an Is What The Book Is Called, In The Book It Has Been Told, Never Sin And Put All Your Rewards Down The Bin. ...read more.

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KINDNESS TO YOUR PARENTS Shuaib was a prophet. God sent him to guide the people of Madyan. He became very weak and was losing his sight. He had only two daughters. They used to do all the housework and saw to their parents needs. They grazed the cattle, gave animals water and returned home. One day they took their cattle to the well. At the well the other Shepard's were giving their cattle water to drink. Being of modest nature they kept their cattle with them and stood aside. A stranger happened to see them. He cam e nearer and asked them why they were waiting. ...read more.

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At their home they came to know that the stranger was Moosa who had fled Egypt. Shuaib comforted Moosa, and was prepared to marry his elder daughter to Moosa on this condition that Moosa grazed his sheep for him for 5 to 10 years. Moosa accepted. In this way Bibi Safoora accepted the service4 of her parents as her Dowry instead of money or jewellery. JEALOUSY/MALICE Prophet Muhammad said, "Jealousy and malice destroys and consumes good deeds like how fire destroys dry wood." THE EFFECT OF JEALOUSY ON A PERSON 1. He suffers a grief and sorrow, which is never ending. 2. He carries pain and suffering for which there is no reward. 3. All the angels reprimanded him (without praise). 4. He incurs the displeasure of God. ...read more.

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