God tested His servants with disaster, as someone tested the purity of gold with fire. If what looks like pure gold, that is the person who is protected by God from doubt. If the quality is less than that, it is a sign that he is a doubtful person. And if that looks like black gold, that is the person who is really overtaken by slander and disaster.
It is not by itself if a servant declares himself to have faith, he is free from testing. Not by itself if a servant declares himself ready to be tested, then he is free from fear from the test. Understanding the testing of faith is understanding God's power. The highest awareness when we understand the Koran is submission to God.
Faith and fear are coupled, so the two look at each other. Perhaps there is tolerance. Indeed, the fear given to each creature is the biggest obstacle in taking the sea of ??faith. How great faith is accompanied by great courage, we can have in worship, that's the problem.
Actually, whatever our fate, we deserve to be grateful because God gave it to us. Not only tangible disaster, the test also has a profit face. Even when we are blessed with power (as president and RT head), we are actually entering the testing laboratory of God. We become good leaders or vice versa. Faith and fear, testing and despair, like intertwining.
So great is the responsibility and testing that a leader imposes, to the extent that we remember Abu Bakr Al-Siddiq who once made a speech, "They are the most miserable in the world and in the hereafter are kings! If a king has something, then God will always make him dissatisfied. Sick of what he has, but greedy for what others hold. "
"He shortened his life and filled his heart with anxiety. Because the king is not satisfied if he gets a little, but is hurt when he gets a lot. He was bored of good life and beauty no longer attracted him. It's like fake money or mirage, he looks cheerful but inwardly upset. And if he dies, a hard reckoning will be overwritten, with a little forgiveness. Surely the king is a person who deserves pity! "