In a poetic verse that was divinely inspired, the Promised Messiahas said that every good deed had its roots in taqwa. “We must grow this root within our hearts” so that the sweet fruit of taqwa was grown on every action of ours – otherwise our claims were empty. Huzooraa said our faith would be strengthened when our internal and external states became the same, when our deeds and actions were the same.
Therefore, when the roots of taqwa were strong, the roots of faith would also be strong – otherwise we could not face the attacks of Satan. These attacks would continue forever and only those people who were devoted to Allah the Almighty and followed the path of taqwa would be saved.
Currently, the attacks of Satan could be seen everywhere, Huzooraa said. Therefore, everyone needed to understand the reality of taqwa and realise how we are to stay protected from Satan and in turn protect our faith.
The Promised Messiahas told us that the reality of taqwa was to worship Allah the Almighty in the true manner. The person who fulfilled the rights of Allah the Almighty, would receive blessings in every action.