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Is it necessary to be poor to become a friend of God?
A worldly person is one who runs after wealth, whether or not they live opulently. However, some people manage to earn a living lawfully while still having their faith, love of God and divine proximity as their first priority.
If someone has faith in their heart, then they are not a worldly person even if they are a millionaire or a billionaire.
You do not need to be poor to become a saint of God. Sheikh Abdul Qadir Jilani was a saint of God and a very successful businessman. Usman-e-Ghani was also very wealthy, so he was able to buy a well to donate to the early Muslims in the time of need.
'God chooses his friends from among the Momineen (Devout Believers). He takes them out from the darkness into the light.' - Koran 2:257
His Divine Eminence Gohar Shahi is famous for being extremely wealthy in Pakistan. The land He owns in Pakistan is so vast that it would take a 2 hour's drive to see it all. He is so generous that He would spend 100 000-500 000 PKR every day to accommodate the guests and seekers who visited His home in Kotri. All the residents in Kotri and the surrounding area came to know that nobody would leave His Divine Eminence's home empty-handed.
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