Listened carefully, Brothers and sisters, to the point I am making. It is essential to understand that to remain in possession of, or to be deprived of, the greatest gift of Allah – for which you are so overwhelmed with gratitude – depends primarily on knowledge. Without knowledge, you cannot truly receive His give of Islam. If your knowledge is so little that you only receive only a small portion of it, then you will constantly run the risk losing even on that parts of the magnificence gift, which you have received unless you remain vigilant in your fight against ignorance.
A person who is totally unaware of the difference between Islam and Kufr (rejection of God’s guidance and ingratitude) and the incongruity of Islam and Shirk (Taking Gods besides god) is like someone walking along a track in complete darkness. Most likely his steps will wonder aside or onto another path without him being aware of.
What is happening.. Maybe he will be deceived by the sweet words of the Devil, “You have lost your way in the darkness. Comes, do let me lead you to your destination.” The poor traveler, not being able to see with his own eyes which is the right path, will grasp the Devil’s hand and be led astray. He faces these particular of dangers because he himself does not possess any light and is therefore, unable to observe the road signs. If he had might, he would neither lose his way nor be led astray.
This example shows that your greatest danger lies in your ignorance of Islamic teachings and in your unawareness of what the Quran teaches and what guidance has been given by the Prophet, blessings and peace be upon him.
But if you are blessed with the light of knowledge you will be able to see plainly the clear path of Islam at every step of your lives. You will also be able to identify and avoid the false paths of Kufr, Shirk and immortality which may cross it. And, whenever a false guide meets on the way, a few words with him will quickly establish that he is not a guide who should be followed.
May God Blessed you