I reverted to Islam but my husband didn’t

This is an important issue which has been neglected by many revert sisters. I just would like to say one thing, the greatest blessing is to give up something for the sake  of Allah The Exalted. I know life is difficutlt when sudden changes take place but we shouldn’t forget that everything has been decided and destined by Allah The Exalted.

I will end this post with these quranic verses

The Chapter of al-Qasas  (28.7-13)

We inspired Moses’ mother: “Suckle him, and when you fear for him, cast him into the river and do not fear or grieve; We shall bring him back to you and make him one of the messengers” (28.7).

 Then the people of Pharaoh picked him up [from the river], to become for them an enemy and a sorrow; Pharaoh, Haman, and their soldiers were sinful (28.8).

 The wife of Pharaoh said: “[He will be] a delight for the eye for me and you. Do not kill him. He may be useful for us, or we may take him as a son,” while they were unaware [of what was going to happen] (28.9).

The heart of Moses’ mother became void; she would have revealed it (the secret) had We not strengthened her heart to be one of the believers (28.10).

She said to his sister: “Trace him,” so she observed him from afar while they [with whom Moses was] were unaware (28.11).

We had forbidden foster mothers for him before. She (his sister) said: “Shall I show you a household who could rear him for you and take good care of him” (28.12)?

So We returned him to his mother so that she be comforted and not grieve, and to know that Allah’s promise is true, but most of them (people) do not know (28.13).

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