In the Name of Allah, most Gracious, most Merciful.
Prophet Musa (Moses) (A.S) often conversed with Allah at Mount Sinai, during one of these conversations, Allah asked: “Musa, what have you done for me; what good deed have you performed for My sake?”
Musa (A.S) replied: Lord, I have prayed, fasted and given alms”
Allah responded: “Prayer is the mark of religion, fasting is a shield against the fire; as for giving alms, whose property did you give and to whom did you give it?
Musa (A.S) asked to learn the deeds that would earn Allah’s pleasure and these words came from on high:
“You shall love whatever you love to please me alone; you shall likewise dislike whatever you dislike only to please me. This is the action most acceptable in My sight, the one that will earn you My good pleasure.”
Remember “…every person will earn that which he intended…” so remember Allah, make a sincere intention and do for the sake of Allah and you will earn Allah’s pleasure.
… “The deeds most loved by Allah are those done regularly, even if they are small.”