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to Mufaddlal b. Salih, 'Verily Allah has servants who sincerely engage in transaction with Him in secrecy, so Allah gives them from His pure reward and goodness, for they are the ones who will come on the Day of Resurrection with their book of deeds empty, and when they stand in front of Allah, their books will be filled with the secrets that they had with Him'. [Mufaddal narrates], I asked, ?O My master, why will their books be empty?' The Imam replied, 'Allah holds them in such high regard that he does not even want the guardian angels to be aware of what is between Him and them.'

Imam Ja'far ibn Muhammad al-Sadiq [as]
'Uddat al-Da'i, p. 194

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Question : #241 Category: Death Issues
Subject: performing qadha prayers for the dead
Question: Is it obligatory on a man's eldest son to give the Qadha of his fast and prayers after his death?
Answer: If a person did not offer some of his obligatory prayers, and did not care to give qadha, in spite of being able to do so, after his death, it is upon his eldest son, as an obligatory precaution to perform those qadha, provided that the father did not leave them as a deliberate act of transgression. If the son cannot do so, he may hire someone to perform them. The qadha prayers of his mother is not obligatory upon him, though it is better if he performs them.

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