So whoever commits [a deed] which Allaah & His Messenger have forbidden, has harmed his religion; and he must remedy this harm by repentance & turning back [from this misdeed].
I am a young woman and my menses began when I was 14 years [of age], and I was too shy to tell my mother about it. So after Ramadhaan I did not make up [the fasts] which I was required to, bearing in mind that this was 11 years ago, so what is the ruling regarding that considering I am now married?
[Please] talk to us about at-towbah (repentance), and what its conditions are; and what is the [true] meaning of at-towbah an-nasooh?
The concern & attention the servant [of Allaah] has for his sins, motivates [him] to abandon them. And his remorse over them is the key to repentance. And, the servant [of Allaah] maintains [this] concern & attention for the sins which he is afflicted by until [his concern & attention] becomes more beneficial for him than some of his good deeds.
Reference: I’laam al-Mu’aasireen bi-Fataawa Ibn ‘Uthaymeen – Page 315 Question: What is the ruling regarding the one who repents from a sin, then he returns to it again, so he repents again, then he returns to it [yet] again and so on. What is the ruling regarding his repentance? Response: These repentances are all correct, […]
I am a young man and want to repent to Allaah, so what should I do to avoid sins?
A person is infected with AIDS and the doctors have determined that his life will be very short. So what is the ruling regarding his repentance at this time?
When a person repents to Allaah and is saddened by his previous actions, what are the signs of the acceptance of his repentance?
Is there any repentance for the one who commits the sin of homosexuality?