We have been fasting for a few days already. May Allah accept our fasts and ibadah in this sacred month in sha Allah….
Supplications to make for the month of Ramadhan.
A supplication to reduce or ease our cough and colds…..
Nights Of Mercy
These first 10 nights are the nights of Mercy. Allah is ever merciful that He specifically gave 10 nights especially to supplicate to him asking him for His infinite mercy. Allahu Akhbar!
The sacred month of Ramadhan is finally here. Before we submit ourselves to fasting in this sacred month, we must adhere to two compulsory principles of fasting.
• Firstly, the recitation of intention to fast for the month of Ramadhan for Allah ‘swt’
• Secondly is to abstain from eating, drinking, abstaining oneself from having physical relationship (sexual) with our halal partners within a specified time and also to abstain from talking, doing and thinking of all negative issues and other prohibitions.
Before submitting our intention for fasting, we need to have a preparation of our body, mind and soul for the month of Ramadhan.
Ya Allah we beg for Your infinite mercy for the steadfastness of our niyyah only to beseech Your Redha
A supplication to read before reaching the month of Ramadhan. May Allah provide us with good health. In sha Allah.
May Allah give us speedy recovery with this supplication in sha Allah
This is a supplication made by Prophet Yusuf Alaihissalaam.
It can be recited for the following purposes.
• Piety and righteousness
• To seek Allah’s Protection in this world and in the akhirah [hereafter]
• Protection of our faith
• Finally, when ALLAH takes our life, we ask Allah that we will die as a true believer
This is a supplication to ease or cure any type of coughing. In sha Allah
Due to the covid-19 crisis, more uncertainties seem to be on the recent agenda in our world today.
The catastrophy does not only effect our health and well-being. In order to flatten the covid-19 curve most countries have made extreme measures to achieve that target. The measure not only means stay@home order but it also means that most countries are under lockdown. When the world is under lock down our economics will be affected by it and so would the global village too. Allahu Akhbar.
This is a supplication to ask Allah to provide us with both, our health and to stabilise our future economically. In sha Allah
If we have a high fever, in sha Allah this is the best dua to supplicate to Allah.
This a supplication to seek refuge from:
•knowledge that does not benefits us
•a heart that does not fear Allah
•soul that does not feel satisfied and
•supplication that is not answered.
May Allah answer our pleadings….
A most appopriate time to recite the dua is now, as Allah do not need us, we need Allah!
A supplication to make during these times of uncertainty, calamity and of many casualties.
This supplication was made by our prophet on the 15th night of Shaaban or nisfu shaaban
On this night, we make dua to Allah that
- we get the best of dunya and akhirah
- Ourselves and our families are protected from this corona virus or any type sickness
- We ask Allah to give us good health and more rizk
The month of shaaban is the month of records when we are able to ask Allah to change the course of our life in sha Allah
Prophet Younes was locked in the stomach of a whale for 40 days. Allahu Akhbar. He had no food, no family, no friends, nothing! He was all alone in the stomach…… so he supplicated this dua to Allah asking for forgiveness….
My mother reminded me of this dua. I remembered reciting this supplication when i was 7 months pregnant with my fourth child. I had some complication during labour when i was at 35/36 weeks of gestation. This supplication made me calm. It felt as though i had taken some kind of drug (even though i was not taking any drugs or under any sedation), i felt as though i was floating all the while, i felt at ease, no worries. I gave birth through C-section. My daughter is now 6 years of age. Alhamdulillah.
Keep reciting as this is a powerful dua. In sha Allah.
Another supplication thought to us by prophet Muhammad (saw) for the protection of any type of illness and especially the fast raging corona virus.
It is enough that we have Allah as our guardian and as our protector.