Tuesday, 8 September 2009

link for more dua

The Prophet PBUH has said that making a dua for your brothers and sisters in Islam warrants such a reward that an angel will in turn make a dua for you! InshAllah we all have an angel in heaven make dua for us.

Please remember to make du'a for those facing hardship around the world


"Allah (Himself) is witness that there is no god but He.
The angels and the men of wisdom, standing firm for justice (too are witness).
That there is no god but He, the Almighty, the All-Wise. Verily, religion with Allah is Islam.
And I, a timid servant, sinful, guilty, insignificant, needy, destitute, give witness of my Benefactor, my creator, my Sustainer, and my liberal patron, just as He Himself testifies, and testify the Angels and the men of wisdom, His servants, that verily there is no god but He, Possessor of bounties and favours, generosity and blessings.
Eternal almighty, Ever-lasting, knower, One and only Ever-living, Ever-existing, Hearer, seer, willing, discriminating, Aware, Independant. Worthy is He of these attributes, although, truly speaking, He is over and above attribution. He was Almighty prior to the actuality of might and power was created. He was wise before the conception of knowledge and reason was brought about. He was Absolute Sovereign even when there was no kingdom or possession. He is Glory under al circumstances. His supreme Being is prior to antecedency, and Eternal, without a beginning. He will survive continually beyond the end of everything, unperishable, and without an end. He has no needs; in the beginning as well as in the end. He is able free from dependance, by Himself, whether inward, or outward, There is no injustice in His Judgement, no unfairness in His management, no oppression in His administration.
(It is) impossible to deny His Sovereignty, or to run away from His firm grip, or to avoid His punishment. His mercy overtakes his anger. If a (handicapped) person asks for anything from Him, unable to approach Him (properly) on account of frustrating trouble, he is treated in the matter of fulfillment at par with an able beseecher. He has given capacity to carry out (His) commands, has made it easy to avoid (His ) prohibitions and has not made obedience cumbursome but according to one’s competency."

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