Worship more during the last 10 days of Ramadan

Worship more during the last 10 days of Ramadan

May 19, 2020 Off By waqarbukhari

LAST 10 DAYS OF RAMADAN: Layla Tul Qadr (the Night of Power) is described in the Quran as, “better than a thousand months” (97:3). Any action done on this night such as reciting the Quran, remembering Allah, etc. is better than acting for one thousand months which do not contain the night of Qadr.

God has kept this night hidden from the ummah. So that they may strive to attain. it and worship it for a whole month in the hope of attaining it. Similarly, he hid the time of special acceptance on Friday to increase their prayers throughout the day. And he hid his greatest name between the inspired names and His pleasure so that the works of obedience From. People will fight for them. And He hid the age of an individual and the Hour [of the Day of Resurrection] so that mankind may constantly strive for good deeds and be pious. [8]

The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) showed more devotion than ever before in the last ten nights. May Allah’s mercy be upon our beloved Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him).

The Prophet (PBUH) said: “Whoever prays on the night of Qadr with faith and hopes for its reward, all his past sins will be forgiven.” (Reported by Bukhari and Muslim Abu Hurayrah)

Hazrat Ayesha (may Allah be pleased with her) narrated that the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said: Seek Layla Tul Qadr on a strange night during the last ten nights of Ramadan (Bukhari).

Here are some tips to help you get started the night before and after. And they can fix their world and the Hereafter

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Take leave for Allah

We take time off from our jobs for almost everything in life. Why not focus on worshiping and thanking your Creator this time. If this is not possible, take at least a few days off if you can. This can make it easier to wake up at night to do extra worship, no need to worry about working the next day. It will also make it easier to perform Itikaaf.

Do Itikaaf.

It was the custom of the Holy Prophet to spend the last ten days and nights of Ramadan in the mosque for Itikaf. The people of Itikaf currently stay in the mosque, performing various types of zikar (remembrance of Allah), such as additional prayers, recitation, and reading of the Qur’an. They do not go out of the mosque except in an emergency, therefore, they sleep in the mosque. Their families or the mosque administration take care of their food needs. Short periods of Itikaaf such as one night, one day, or even a few days are encouraged.

Make this special prayer

Hazrat Ayesha (may Allah be pleased with her) said: I asked the Messenger of Allah (PBUH): if I know which night is Laylat al-Qadr, what should I say during it? He said: O Allah, You are forgiving and you like to forgive, so forgive me. (Ahmad, Ibn Majah, and Tirmidhi).

Dua for Layla Tul Qadr

The transliteration of this Dua is “Allahumma innaka ‘afuwwun tuhibbul ‘afwa fa’fu ‘annee” ((اللَّهُمَّ إِنَّكَ عُفُوٌّ كَرِيمٌ تُحِبُّ الْعَفْوَ فَاعْفُ عَنِّي

Recitation of the Qur’an

Perhaps you can choose from the Qur’an such surahs or parts of the ages, which you have heard in Taraweeh for the recitation of the last Ramadan.

If you go to a group where the recitation of the Qur’an is taught, this is the best time to put your knowledge into practice.

Consider the meaning of the Qur’an.

Choose the latest Surah or Surahs heard in Taraweeh and read their translation and commentary. Then think deeply about their meaning and how it affects you on a personal level.

Abu Hurayrah narrates that the Prophet (PBUH) said: Whoever stands in prayer on Layl al-Qadr and nurtures his faith and hopes for a reward from Allaah, all his past sins will be forgiven. [Bukhari and Muslim)

Don’t just use short Surahs that you know. Try to make your prayers long, deep, and meaningful. If you are familiar with long suras, read the translation and explanation and then pray for the recitation of these suras. When you offer prayers, consider its meaning carefully.

Even if you are only familiar with short suras. So read the translation and explanation first, and then pray to consider the message of the suras.

This is a good way to develop the habit of concentration, even in regular prayers, where most of us confess and engage easily.

Make a personal prayer (DUA) list

Layla Tul Qadr is the night of pray to your God. Ask yourself, what do you really want from Allah? Make a list of everything and everything, no matter how small or big, whether it belongs to this world or not. God loves to hear from us. Once this list is ready, you can do three things:

Ask God to give you those things

Think about the steps you have taken to achieve these things

Make a work plan to achieve these things in the future.

Diagnose yourself (last 10 days of Ramadan)

Ask yourself the questions you need to ask. Assess where you are and where you are going. Let this evaluation make you feel happy for good deeds and regret what you have done badly.

Pray long, sincere and deep prayers (last 10 days of Ramadan)

The best time to do this is during the last part of the night.

Hazrat Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him) narrated that the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said. When the last third of the night remains, our Lord, who descends to the heavens of the earth and announces. Who is the one who prays for me?, And I pray for it? Who are the one who asks me for anything and I grant it? And who is he that seeks my forgiveness, and I have forgiven him? (Bukhari, Muslim)

This means, for example, waking up an hour before dawn to ask Allah for anything and everything you want is halal. This can be done using the claims of the Sunnah. But also in your own language, with sincerity and conviction.