Hadith Between Mercy and Wickedness

📖Jami` at-Tirmidhi 1923
Abu Hurairah narrated that Abul- Qasim said: “Mercy is not removed (from anyone) except from a wicked one.”

  • This hadith from Jami` at-Tirmidhi suggests that mercy is a quality inherent in all people, and it is only removed from those who act wickedly. In other words, every person has the capacity for mercy, and it is only through their own choices and actions that they may lose it. This can be seen as a reminder that no matter how sinful or evil a person may seem, they are still capable of redemption and mercy if they choose to turn away from their wicked ways. Conversely, it also serves as a warning that even the most pious and righteous person may lose their mercy if they become consumed by wickedness