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Published on 28 Jan 2016 | 11 months ago

To believe that anyone, other than God, can intercede on our behalf to have our sins forgiven or our wishes fulfilled, is to set up partners with God. This is an act of 'shirk'.

1- The Quran proclaims that:

"All intercession belongs to God" 39:44

and that there will be "no intercession on the Day of Judgment" 2:254

We learn from the Quran that Abraham, God's beloved servant, could not intercede on behalf of his father (9:114). Noah could not intercede on behalf of his son (11:46). Muhammad could not intercede on behalf of his uncle (111:1-3) or relatives (9:80).

Further confirmation that there will be no intercession on Judgement Day are given in: 2:48, 123; 6:51, 70; 7:53; 26:100; 30:13; 32:4; 36:23; 40:18; & 74:48.

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