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Friday, 9 December 2016

Remedy for Difficulties and Sufferings

Prayers (duas) are indeed the weapon for the believers.

Indeed, it is an amazing thing to be able to remember Allah in everything that we do, regardless whether we are in a good or bad situation. Invocations are not only meant to be said or recited only when we are in troubles or in our salah, but also advisable when we're given the blessings from Allah Ta'ala. Most of us tend to forget, and it is a reminder to myself, first and foremost, that those who are grateful of Allah's Mercy on them, and as sign of being grateful, is to perform salah on time.

I've came across this amazing dua's from Hisnul Muslim from my mobile phone. It has been a while since I use this app and just like many reminders sent from Allah without us realizing it, a screen pops up suggesting few apps to be deleted due to being not frequently used.

The following invocations (munjiyaat) proved as a remedy for ending difficulties, Alhamdulillah. The SEVEN invocations were taken from Al-Quran as recommend by Ulama Ibn Sirin.

Ka'ab Ahbaar (May Allah have Mercy on him) said, " There are FOUR ayats in the Qur'an, when I recite them, I become free from every worry. Even if the sky fall down on the earth, I will get respite from the Order of Allah.

Ayat 1: Surah At-Tawbah (9:51)

Ayat 2: Surah Yunus (10:107)

Ayat 3: Surah Hud (11:6)

Ayat 4: Surah Hud (11:56)

Ayat 5: Surah Al-Ankabut (29:60)

Ayat 6: Surah Fatir (35:2)

Ayat 7: Surah Az-Zumar (39:39)

May Allah place us among those who have gratitude for all the blessings He granted us even though, most of the time, we act, think or do things as if He is not Watching, as if we have no fear for Him, Nauzubillahi min zalik.

Ad-Du'a Divine Help (Translation of Momin Ka Hathyar (Urdu) Easy Masnoon Du'as for the Morning and the Evening, Compiled by Mohammed Yunus Palanpuri, Maktaba Ibn-E-Kaseer

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