Divine Justice 9item Please explain the Shia viewpoint on the God’s justice? What is the Shia opinion on the God’s justice? The Justice of Allah is a principle of our faith and we believe that Allah does everything on the basis of Justice and equity. Then what is the aim of the 93rd verse of Surah Nahl that: He causes to err whom He pleases and guides whom He pleases, and other such ayats and traditions? If guidance and error is from Allah, how for is it related to divine justice that we should be punished for error and rewarded for being guided? I am very disappointed with what is happening in my life. I am a post graduate. I have completed my MCA in 2008 and from then I am in search of a job in software field. Till now I am jobless and my family is facing a severe financial problem. I am helpless. I believe that Allah will give me my rizk/food. Is there any way to find why the justice is being delayed in my life? Is the issue of eternity (خلود) compatible with justice of God? Do you believe that Allah favored us and blessed us with Islam? If it is true, why do we say that Allah is just? How could justice be achieved when there are Muslims, Hindu, Seikh, and Christians, and every party thinks that it is the righteous one? For instance, if the Hindus were born Muslims, they would have adopted Islam without searching for the credibility of other religions In other words, at first we follow innately our religion? Some say that the Shafa’a “intercession” contradicts with God’s justice. How could the guilty and the obedient persons be equal before Allah (The Exalted) because of “intercession”? Then, is not the belief in”intercession” considered as slipping away from Allah’s rulings Regarding verse 80 of Surah al-Kahf, where Khidr (a) explains his reason for killing the young boy- in view of the Divine principle of not recording evil deeds or punishing people for them before they have taken place, some questions arise… 1. Although Allah (awj) knew that this youth would commit evil deeds in the future, why wasn’t he granted respite (in accordance with the Divine method) until he could witness his own evil deeds in the future? Is this not predeterminism? 2. Was that youth favored with Divine grace because of his believing parents, and since he died before performing those evil deeds, will he no longer be punished? 3. Or since Allah (awj) knew that he would disobey Him in the future, will he be punished in the hereafter? It is said that a certain mustahab prayer or dua has the thawab of being martyred, performing Hajj, freeing a servant, etc. Is this compatible with the justice of Allah? Do these acts truly match Allah's rewards?