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Divine Reward and Punishment

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Divine reward and punishment or al-Thawāb wa l-ʿiqāb (Arabic:الثواب و العقاب), are two Qur'anic terms for good and bad deeds of human. "Thawab" is the reward which God grants to His faithful servants in return for their faith and good deeds. "'Iqab" is the punishment that an unbeliever or a sinner receives for his unbelief or unlawful and sinful deeds.

Shi'a Beliefs
Theology
Tawhid (Monotheism) Tawhid of EssenceTawhid in AttributesTawhid in ActionsTawhid in Worship
Other Beliefs TawassulShafa'aTabarruk
Divine Justice
Bada'Amr Bayn al-Amrayn
Prophethood
Infallibility'Ilm al-ghaybMu'jizaIntegrity of the Holy Qur'an
Imamate
InfallibilityWilaya'Ilm al-ghaybOccultation of Imam al-Mahdi (a) (Minor Occultation,Major Occultation) • Reappearance of Imam al-Mahdi (a)