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Allāhumma lā-tajʿalnī ʿibratan li-ghayrī, wa-lā tajʿal aḥadan asʿada bimā ʿallamtanī minnī O Allah, do not make a lesson out of me for others, and do not let there be anyone who benefits more than me from what You have taught me. clearly, mela Jarmon. But Forgive me for that which they don't know about me, meaning it's factual. Allāhumma in kunta katabtanī fī ahli al-saʿādati fa-athbitnī fīhā, wa-in kunta katabta ʿalayya al-dhanba wash-shiqwata famḥunī wa-athbitnī fī ahli al-saʿādati fa’innaka tamḥū mā-tashā’u wa-tuthbitu wa-ʿindaka ummu al-kitābi O Allah, if You have recorded me among the blessed, then affirm it therein, and if You have recorded me among the sinful and the damned, then wipe it away and affirm me among the blessed. Verily, You wipe away and affirm whatever You will, and with You is the mother of the Book. eye. The dura is allama Gianni hired on mymail unknown what Thirdly, nada Yaga mon wala to his knee

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Contents Introduction 1. The Best of My Days 2. His Door Is Always Open 3. A Covenant with Allah 4. The Enormity of My Sins vs. His Mercy 5. The Hand That Kills Me 6. The Highest Companionship 7. O Allah, You Know That I Love You 8. The Precious Prayer of a Mother 9. The Greed of the Soul 10. A Prayer More Powerful than the Wind 11. Don’t Punish a Tongue of Praise 12. Don’t Make an Example Out of Me 13. A Station of Patience Without Trial 14. My Evil vs. His Good 15. The Prayer of a Tree 16. A House on Fire 17. when a person is buried, and the people start to eulogize that person, and to say all these amazing A lot of times people think of us that which is not true of us. And one of the scariest thoughts for You will learn about the different types of prayers that are prescribed in the Quran and the Sunnah.

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The Prophet of Mercy: The Life and Teachings of Muhammad is a book that provides a comprehensive overview of the life and teachings of the Prophet Muhammad. It is written in a clear and engaging style, and it is sure to interest Muslims and non-Muslims alike. His Prayer Amazed the Prophet 18. A Reminder of My Illness 19. Make Me Better 20. Don’t Ask Allah for Patience 21. Death After Fajr 22. Your Perfect Light 23. My Sincerity to Your Creation 24. Your Beautiful Veil 25. O Teacher of Abraham 26. Your Greatness vs. My Insignificance 27. My Love for You 28. Record Me Among the Blessed 29. Beautify My Character 30. Show Us Guidance and Error Allāhumma irḥam ṭūla dhālika al-qiyāmi fī al-layli al-ṭawīli, wa-dhālika al-naḥībi wal-ẓama’a fī hawājiri al-madīnati wa-makkah, wa-birrahu bi-abīhi wa-bī. Allāhumma qad sallamtuhu li-amrika fīh, wa-raḍaytu bimā qaḍayta fa-athibnī fī ʿabdi Allāhi thawāba al-ṣābirīn al-shākirīn O Allah, have mercy on his lengthy standing during the longest nights, and that whimpering, and his thirst during the hot summer days of Makkah and Madinah (all of those days that he starved, all of those days that he suffered, all of those days that he was abandoned and all Bismi Allahi al-ladhī lā-yaḍurru maʿa ismihī shay’un fī al-arḍi wa-lā fī al-samā’i wa-huwa al-samīʿu al-ʿalīmu In the name of Allah; with His name, nothing whatsoever on earth or heaven can inflict any harm; He is All-Hearing and All-Knowing. Omar Suleiman is one of America's most influential Muslims. He has 1.4 MILLION Facebook followers and regularly appears on television and social media arguing for justice.

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If you have suffered from great pain, try to convert that pain into pleasure in the Hereafter. Do not pretend like the pain doesn’t exist in this life, it existed in the lives of the Prophet (peace be upon him) and great men like ʿUmar (may Allah be pleased with him) , but instead take that pain and convert it into a request for pleasure in the Hereafter. May Allah (glorified and exalted is He) protect our children, comfort the parents who have lost their children, and have mercy on those children. May He gather those parents with their children in Jannat al-Firdaws and allow all the tragedies that we face in this life only increase our love for Him and the desire for the Hereafter. Āmīn . The Foundations of Prayer: This section provides an overview of the importance of prayer in Islam and the different types of prayers prescribed in the Quran and the Sunnah.If you want to learn more about Islamic spirituality and develop a more personal relationship with Allah, I highly recommend reading “Prayers of the Pious.”

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that be a covenant that You deliver to me on the Day of Judgment—for You never break Your promises. O Allah, let the best of my lifetime be its ending, and my best deed be that which I seal (my life with), and the best of my days the Day I meet You.

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This du ʿ ā’ is about the covenant that we make with Allah (glorified and exalted is He) . Few of the supplications are covenants that you actually make with Allah, and obviously when you make a covenant with Allah—when you take an oath upon Allah—it increases the severity and sometimes the sincerity of that supplication. It is narrated by Aswad ibn Yazid that ʿAbdullah ibn Masʿūd (may Allah be pleased with him) recited the verse and when he said that, ʿAbdullah ibn Masʿūd said that on the Day of Judgement Allah will say: ‘Whoever has a covenant with Me, then let him stand.’ The students of ʿAbdullah ibn Masʿūd (may Allah be pleased with him) asked him to teach them what to do with that, what to say about that. This is a situation where you actually have a Sahabi (a Companion) like Ibn Masʿūd teaching his students what to say. So this particular du ʿ ā’ has many blessings in that sense. Uways al-Qarni (may Allah be pleased with him) was a man that the Prophet (peace be upon him) spoke about but never met. He told his Companions that if they ever met this man, because of his closeness to Allah (glorified and exalted is He) they should ask him to ask Allah to seek forgiveness for them, and he gave a description of Uways. The Prophet (peace be upon him) described his deeds in two ways: He said that Uways had leprosy and he asked Allah (glorified and exalted is He) to cure him from the leprosy except for a piece the size of a coin, a dirham. Uways was also a man who was very generous or would show extreme obedience to his mother, and because of the obedience to his mother, Allah (glorified and exalted is He) honoured him. Every year that people came for Hajj, ʿUmar ibn Khat.t.āb (may Allah be pleased with him) would ask caravans, particularly from Yemen, if Uways was among them. Eventually ʿUmar found him, and he started to question Uways about his description, where he was from, his tribe, and if he was the man that the Prophet (peace be upon him) spoke about. After establishing and understanding who this man was, and that he was indeed the Uways the Prophet referred to, ʿUmar requested him to seek forgiveness from Allah (glorified and exalted is He) for him. Usually in this narration, we focus on the part of the mother, from the fact that the greatest way to come closer to Allah is to honour your parents. Indeed, Ibn ʿAbbās (may Allah be pleased with him) says he knew of no other action that brings one closer to Allah than the honouring of one’s mother. However, in this instance we will focus on the prior sentence, which isn’t usually discussed in any explanation of the hadith and in the context of du ʿ ā’ . Uways (may Allah be pleased with him) suffered from leprosy and he asked Allah to cure him from his leprosy but to leave a dirham-size piece of leprosy on him. Why do you think he would do that? He did that because it was a reminder of the pain that he had suffered and the need to always be grateful to Allah (glorified and exalted is He) to have cured him. That’s a very powerful example of character. Many times we call upon Allah (glorified and exalted is He) in our desperation and ask Him to remove a hardship from us. We make promises to Allah (glorified and exalted is He) if He removes the hardship, but as soon as He does so we become heedless once again and we forget not only the blessings of the removal of the hardship but also the promises that we made. Hence this is an extraordinary lesson; when you are calling upon Allah (glorified and exalted is He) , asking for Him to relieve you of a hardship, ask also for a reminder of the lesson of that hardship, because the closest you are to Allah is often at your deepest moments of vulnerability and hardship, and you don’t want that to leave you. Often, when Allah (glorified and exalted is He) takes something away from you, He gives you something better, and the greatest thing that Allah can give you in exchange for something you lose in this world is Himself. That’s what Uways al-Qarni gained from his hardship, that deep relationship with Allah which he never wanted to forget, even as he wanted to be cured from his leprosy. May Allah (glorified and exalted is He) grant us humility and relieve us of our hardships, but do not allow us to forget the lessons that we learned from them, and may He grant us the best of this world and the Hereafter. Āmīn . So, she makes this du ʿ ā’ for him, and there is no greater du ʿ ā’ than that of a mother and no more powerful a du ʿ ā’ than that of a person who is under oppression. There are so many themes that we can take from this du ʿ ā’ , the du ʿ ā’ of the oppressed, the du ʿ ā’ of the mother, the love and admiration that this mother had for her own child and what she saw in his standing and whimpering and crying out to Allah (glorified and exalted is He) ; how he struggled his entire life and lived the life of resistance. She not only mentions his sacrifices and his service, but she also asks Allah for the reward of her sacrifice and her service. Perhaps the most important lesson we can take from this is that Asma’ was privy to the fact that the death of her son would ultimately lead to her own death as well, as she was living at that point through her son. When ʿAbdullah ibn Zubayr (may Allah be pleased with him) was crucified, he was left crucified next to the Kaʿbah, and she would come out, this 100-year-old woman, and cry at his body and ask: ‘Isn’t it time for this noble warrior to come down. Isn’t it time for this body, this man to be honoured?’ She pleaded until eventually his body was taken down, and she died only a few days later. May Allah (glorified and exalted is He) be pleased with her and allow us to meet this beautiful woman, this powerful mother, who is a symbol of resistance, a symbol of righteousness in all circumstances, on the Day of Judgement. May Allah (glorified and exalted is He) be pleased with her son and be pleased with her family and May Allah allow us to face our oppressors with the greatest courage and great sincerity and be families that are thankful and patient even in the most difficult days. Āmīn . Shaykh Omar Suleiman provides us with thirty short prayers taken from the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad and the early generations, each with a short reminder to deepen the impact of the prayer in our lives. By reading this short work with an attentive heart, the reader can cultivate love for God and His Messenger and live life with gratitude and contentment.

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