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Posted on Mon, Jul 10, 2006 08:25

SUPPLICATIONS WHEN WAKING UP. Brothers and Sisters, do you want to start you day right? Make supplications to Allah (SWT). The Holy Prophet (SAWS) is attributed as saying: "Supplications are the weapon of the believer...". This is a sahih hadith recored in nearly all the majors books of Ahadith. The best supplications are the oneS He used himself or He recommended to his companions. The authentic ones are also recorded in the major books of Ahadith. The blog on this site on Zikr: Remembering Allah (SWT) the proper way, provides easy to use references for those who want to get further knowledge on this topic. One may go to the website: Islamic Finder, read or download very useful information. Brothers and sisters can find below the du'a to say when one wakes up. SUPPLICATIONS OF THE MUSLIM, WHEN WAKING UP. Supplications from the Sunna of our Beloved the Holy Prophet (SAWS), ALLAH (swt)?s Bondservant and Messenger Alhamdu lillahil-lathee ahyana baAAda ma amatana wa-ilayhin-nushoor. ?All praise is for Allah who gave us life after having taken it from us and unto Him is the resurrection.? Alhamdu lillahil-lathee AAafanee fee jasadee waradda AAalayya roohee wa-athina lee bithikrih. ?All praise is for Allah who restored to me my health and returned my soul and has allowed me to remember Him.? The Holy Prophet (SAW) said : ?Whoever awakes at night and then says: La ilaha illal-lahu wahdahu la shareeka lah, lahul-mulku walahul-hamd, wahuwa AAala kulli shay-in qadeer, subhanal-lah, walhamdu lillah, wala ilaha illal-lah wallahu akbar, wala hawla wala quwwata illa billahil-AAaliyyil AAatheem. Rabbigh-fir lee ?None has the right to be worshipped except Allah, alone without associate, to Him belongs sovereignty and praise and He is over all things wholly capable. How perfect Allah is, and all praise is for Allah, and none has the right to be worshipped except Allah, Allah is the greatest and there is no power nor might except with Allah, The Most High, The Supreme. and then supplicates: ?O my Lord forgive me.? ?will be forgiven? ?or he said: ?and then asks, he will be answered. If he then performs ablution and prays, his prayer will be accepted?.?


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Posted on Tue, Jul 11, 2006 05:20

Aslaamu Alaykum Wa Rahmatullaye Wa Barakatuhu, Bismillaye ArRahmane ArRahhime. Al Hamdulillaye Rabbil Alaamine. All praise is du to Allah (SWT) Allah (SWT) expect us to ask Him so that He responds to us. The most appropriate way for asking Almighty Allah (SWT)is first by using his own words. The Qur'an contains a number of verses that are the supplications made by Allah (SWT)' Prophets or others supplications that He (SWT) has emphasized. The next best supplications are those used by our beloved, the Holy Prophet (SAWS).


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