The Answered Supplication


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  • The Answered Supplication


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    In the Name of
    Allah, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful

    Chapter Four

    The Supplications
    Of The Prophet Muhammad

     

    (may Allah bless him and grant him peace)

    The Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him
    peace) has taught us how to supplicate Allah and he dedicated many
    supplications that connected all life activities with Almighty Allah. So each
    single step you take in life has a special supplication. Upon going to sleep
    you invoke Allah and also upon waking. There is a special supplication when you
    leave home, or when confused, unable to decide a certain matter, or when you
    travel or return from a journey or ride your car; all have a special
    supplication.

    Allah, Blessed and Exalted be He, wants us to connect all
    our life with Him, in every single move and stillness too. So, we do not take
    one pace without having Allah in our minds and we do nothing without seeking
    His Help. All our life is with Allah, The Bestower, not with the bestowed good.
    Our will regarding everything is one with the Will of The Truth, all praise and
    glory be to Him. We must be sure that goodness lies in what Allah has chosen
    and our incapacity to see the good and evil bringers must make us only wish
    that which Allah has destined for us. We must follow the good example of our
    father Ibrâhîm (Abraham, peace be upon him) when he was cast into fire to be
    burned.

    Into a blazing fire Ibrâhîm was cast and at that moment
    Allah, all praise and glory be to Him, sent Angel Jibrîl (Gabriel, peace be
    upon him) to Ibrâhîm asking him, ‘Do
    you have a need?’
    But what was the answer Ibrâhîm gave him? Did he say
    to him, ‘Rescue me from what I am
    in?’
    No, he did not say that, but said to Angel Jibrîl, ‘From you no, but as for Allah, His
    Knowledge of my state spares Him my begging.’
    And forthwith came the
    Command of Allah, Blessed and Exalted be He, ‘O fire! Be you coolness and safety for Ibrâhîm (Abraham)!’
    (Al-Anbiyâ’, 69: 21)
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    Allah, all praise and glory be to Him, says and His Saying
    is the absolute truth (what means):

    “Say: My Lord would not care for you were it
    not for your supplication).” (Al-Furqân, 25: 77)

    Therefore, supplication is essential. It is the heart of
    worship. However, we repeat that you should not make all the good you gain from
    supplication is the fulfillment of your wish or need; rather your gained good
    should be how sincerely you beseech and implore Allah. But what does beseeching
    mean? Some people arrogantly suppose that they can fulfill everything,
    anything. To every believer in that false assumption out of ignorance we say,
    ‘No, you are capable of doing nothing, except with the Power of Allah, all
    praise and glory be to Him.’ When you realize that you are weak, undeceived by
    your means or powers; when supplication is your pursued path through which you
    touch your weakness before the Might of Allah, all praise and glory be to Him,
    and it shakes in you the belief in self-sufficiency by means and your pride of
    soul; when you feel that you are nothing and that you poorly need the Help of
    Allah, all praise and glory be to Him, in everything; that no matter how
    powerful you are, you still need Allah, Blessed and Exalted be He, in every
    little move you make in life, only then your state will agree in meaning with
    the Sanctified hadith saying:

    “He who is
    occupied with remembering Me than beseeching Me, I shall give him the best of
    what I give the beseechers.”

    All the supplications of the Messenger of Allah (may Allah
    bless him and grant him peace) revolve around this point: confessing weakness
    before the Power of Allah in everything; in every single step and move that
    makes you sense your true weakness and need to cry out for the Help of Allah or
    seek His Refuge from whatever may take you away from Him. That is what our
    Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) has taught us,
    which represents the summit of piety and submission shown to The King, Whose
    Majesty reigns supreme, and the way of remembering Him.

    Among the noble manners of the Messenger of Allah (may
    Allah bless him and grant him peace) was remembering Allah (whether by heart,
    words, or deeds) in all his moves: eating, drinking, sleeping, awaking, selling
    and buying. If he ate he used to mention the Name of Allah on food and when he
    finished eating he used to thank Allah for His Blessings. See how our noble
    Messenger (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) teaches us to live with the
    remembrance of Allah and resigning oneself to Him. In one of his hadiths the
    Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) said, “When any of you go to his bed he should clean it with the edge (or
    the inside) of his garment three times and say, ‘With your Name my Lord I have
    laid down my side and with it I raise it. If you take my soul, forgive it; and
    if you send it, guard it with what you guard your righteous servants.’”

    Supplication upon going to sleep

    Whenever the Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and
    grant him peace) went to his bed he used to blow his breath in his hands (while
    cupped together) reciting Surat Al-Ikhlâs [or At-Tauhîd (112)] and
    Al-Mu‘auwidhât [Surat Al-Falaq (113) and Surat Al-Nâs, and (114)] then pass his
    hands over whatever parts he can reach of his body.

    The Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him
    peace) said, “When you go to bed
    perform ablution as you do for Prayers then lie down on your right side and
    say, ‘O Allah! I surrender myself to You, and entrust all my affairs to You and
    I commit my back to You (commit it to Your Protection and totally rely on You)
    in hope of You (Your reward) and in fear of You (Your punishment). There is no
    escape nor refuge from You (Your Punishment) except with You (Your mercy). O
    Allah! I believe in the Book (the Noble Qur’an) which You have revealed and in
    Your Prophet (Muhammad) whom You have sent.’”

    Before sleep the Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him
    and grant him peace) used to put his right hand under his cheek and say, “O Allah! Save me from Your Torment on
    the Day You shall resurrect Your servants.”

    Whenever the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him
    peace) lay in his bed he used to say, “With
    the Name of Allah I have laid down my side. O Allah! Forgive me my sin, drive
    away my devil, free me from my pledge and place me in the highest assembly (i.e.,
    among the Angels on high).”

    These are some of the supplications the Messenger of Allah
    (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) used to repeat before going to sleep.
    They all are prayers invoking Allah, all praise and glory be to Him, to guard
    him while asleep and drive the devil away from him. But of what do these
    supplications remind us? They remind us of our weakness before the Power and
    Might of Allah. We pray Allah that if He should take our soul and keep it with
    Him to reward it good, and if He should restore it to our bodies to make its
    life righteous. Allah, all praise and glory be to Him, says (what means):

    “It is Allah Who takes away the souls at the
    time of their death, and those that die not during their sleep. He keeps those
    (souls) for which He has ordained death and sends the rest for a term
    appointed. Verily, in this are signs for a people who think deeply.” (Az-Zumar,
    39: 42)

    The Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him
    peace) declared that he has
    no power over his soul and teaches us to mind well this truth. When we sleep
    our souls are with Allah, all praise and glory be to Him, if He wills He can
    take them and if He wills He can send them back to our bodies.

    Supplication
    here does not contradict the Will of Allah. It is an appeal that Allah bestows
    goodness on our souls: if He should take them to have mercy upon them, and if
    He should send them back, it would be only for doing good. It is a confession
    as well as a reminder to man that Allah, Blessed and Exalted be He, is Able to
    make man sleep never to wake up again, that He takes his soul, which sets forth
    a reminder every night of Allah, all praise and glory be to Him.

    When you
    place your head on the pillow you remember things you did on this day and
    others you intend to do tomorrow. If your plans involve anything evil do not do
    it, because you know well that you have neither might nor power. That Allah can
    take your soul at sleep and never shall He return it. All this is a reminder
    every night of the Power of Allah, The Exalted and Ever-Majestic, which makes
    all your life connected with Allah, all praise and glory be to Him.

     

    This is
    concerning sleep. On awakening the
    Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless
    him and grant him peace) also teaches us what to say. The Prophet (may Allah
    bless him and grant him peace) said in his noble hadith:

    “All the Praises
    are to Allah Who has made us alive after He made us die (sleep) and unto Him is
    the Resurrection.”

    Upon
    awakening the
    Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) used to
    say:

    “All the Praises
    are to Allah Who restored to me my soul, made my body healthy and has allowed
    me to remember Him.”

     

    He also used to say:

    “All the Praises are to Allah Alone, He has no partner; Allah is
    the Most Great; there is neither might nor power except with Allah, the Most
    High, the Supreme.”

    To Allah we belong and to Him we shall return

    Thus, we see that on going to sleep we remember Allah; we
    remember that our souls are with Him. When The Almighty restores this soul to
    us upon awakening, He, all praise and glory be to Him, deserves from us all
    thanks and gratitude. But who amongst us before sleep makes remembering Allah
    the last words on his tongue? Or his first words upon arousing? None pays
    attention to that except the devoted servants. It is a prayer of praises and
    asking help in which you only express remembrance and thanking. You harbor no
    ill will, but you heartily know that to Allah you belong and to Him you shall
    return.

    Does supplication end at sleep and awakening? No, but
    continue with the movement of your life throughout the night. But is there any
    action that may arise from a sleeper? Yes, when he is unable to sleep or has a
    nightmare, to know that the force and course of religion never leave mankind a
    single moment, but they are always with him the moment he is awake and
    conscious, meaning all along his conscious life. What does man do upon seeing a
    bad dream? The Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him peace)
    teaches to say:

    “I seek refuge
    with the Perfect Words of Allah from His Anger
    and
    His Punishment, and from the evil of His servants, and from the whisperings of
    the devils and lest they should attend (or come near) me.”
    Whoever says them will be safe
    from all evils on that day.

    The Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace)
    said, “If anyone of you sees a dream
    that he likes, then it is from Allah, and he should thank Allah for it and
    narrate it to others; but if he sees something else, i.e., a dream that he
    dislikes, then it is from Satan, and he should seek refuge with Allah from its
    evil, and he should not mention it to anybody, for it will not harm him.”

    It is narrated that Ibn Thâbit (may Allah be pleased with
    him) complained to the Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him peace)
    of sleeplessness, so the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) told
    him to say:

    “O Allah! The
    stars have set and the eyes have calmed and You are the Ever Living, the
    Sustainer and Protector of all that exists. Neither slumber, nor sleep
    overtakes You. O Ever Living, O Sustainer and Protector of all that exists!
    Guide my night and bring my eyes to sleep.”

    Ibn Thâbit said that after he repeated it Allah dispelled
    his trouble.

    Connection with Allah never ends

    The bond between the servant and his Lord never breaks at
    the hour of sleep or awakening but accompanies him during his night. If he sees
    a nightmare he hurries to  
    Allah seeking His Refuge. Also, if he was sleepless during the night and
    tried to sleep but failed he resort to Allah, all praise and glory be to Him,
    to soothe him to sleep. Honestly, have you ever seen a closer communication
    with Allah? Have you touched how far Allah, Blessed and Exalted be He, wants us
    to seek His Help in every single move and soft whisper in the wheel of our
    life?

    We are only offering some examples but if we viewed life
    entirely we would find that to the believer it forms an endless series of links
    connecting us with Allah, all praise and glory be to Him, their base is the
    rule saying: supplication is the heart of worship.

    If afterwards we moved on to the morning and evening, we
    would find that every morning has more than an invocation and every evening as
    well. The Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him peace)
    commanded us to remember Allah often through supplication in the morning and
    evening. He (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) said:

    “Whoever says in
    the morning and in the evening (these words): ‘Gloried be Allah and all praises
    are due to Him,’ one hundred times, none shall come on the Day of Resurrection
    with
    anything better except someone who has said the same or more.’”

    In the evening the Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him
    and grant him peace) used to supplicate saying:

    “We have reached the night and the whole Kingdom has reached the
    night belonging (only) to Allah
    and all praises
    and thanks be to Allah
    . There is no god but Allah; the One Who has no
    partner. His is the dominion, and to Him belong all praises and thanks, and He
    is Able to do all things. My Lord! I beg of You the blessing that exists in
    this night and the blessing of that which follows it and I seek refuge in You
    from the evil that exists in this night and the evil of that which follows it.
    My Lord! I seek refuge in You from sloth and from the ill of senility. And I
    seek refuge in You from the torment of hellfire and from the torment of the
    grave.”

     

    And when he rose in the morning he used to say:

    “We have reached the morning and the whole Kingdom has reached
    the morning belonging (only) to Allah and all praises and thanks be to Allah.”

    We can see that upon the arrival of evening or morning
    time, each has more than a supplication. When you rise at dawn there is a
    supplication, also at daybreak and when you sleep after nightfall. And that is
    true faith: to have the Religion of Allah accompanying you in every moment.
    That you remember Allah always and have your life closely connected with Him.
    That your tongue is never silent of giving thanks, praises and supplications.
    Have you ever seen a status closer than this to Allah, Blessed and Exalted be
    He?

    The Master Supplication for begging forgiveness

    The Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him
    peace) said in his noble hadith:

    “The superior
    way of begging forgiveness is that a Muslim says: O Allah! You are my Lord;
    there is no god but You, You have created me, and I am Your servant and I hold
    to Your Covenant and Promise as much as I can; I seek refuge in You from the
    evil of what I have done: I acknowledge Your Favour upon me, and I acknowledge
    my sin, so forgive me, for verily none forgives sins except You, glory be to
    You.”

     

    If you said this blessed supplication, which the Messenger
    of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) called the master
    supplication for begging forgiveness, in the morning and you died on that day
    you would enter Paradise. And if you said it in the evening and you died on
    that night you would enter Paradise. Truly, what a superb supplication and a
    superb honor!

    If we now moved to your daily life and its usual
    activities, the first to occur to you is eating and drinking, which are
    recurring acts. The Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him
    peace) teaches us the supplication of eating and drinking:

    “When any of you
    eats, he should pronounce the Name of Allah, the Most Exalted, and if he
    forgets to pronounce the Name of Allah, the Most Exalted, at the beginning, he
    should say, ‘In the Name of Allah at the beginning and at the end of it.’”

    The Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) said
    in another hadith:

    “When any of you
    eats, he should eat with his right hand. And when he drinks, he should drink
    with his right hand, for Satan eats with his left hand and drinks with his left
    hand.”

    The Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him
    peace) teaches us the supplication that should be uttered at drinking water:

    “When any of you
    drinks water he should say, ‘Glory be to the One Who gave us sweet water by His
    Mercy and did not give us saline bitter water by our sins.’”

    We shall briefly review few examples of the supplications
    which the Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) used to
    repeat during all activities of life. In ablution he used to say:

    “O Allah!
    Forgive my sins, make spacious my abode and give blessings in my sustenance.”

    After ablution he used to say:

    “I testify that
    there is no god but Allah, Alone, Who has no partner and I testify that
    Muhammad is His servant and Messenger! 
    O Allah, make me of those who return to You often in repentance and make
    me of those who remain clean and pure.’

    Whoever says that hadith after performing ablution, as the
    Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) has said it, would
    have the eight gates of Paradise opened for him to enter from wherever he likes.

    All the supplications that we recite between the Azân [The
    Muslim summons to prayer, called by the muezzin from a minaret of a mosque five
    times a day] and the Iqâmah [the call for the actual standing for performing
    the prayers] are the supplications of the Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless
    him and grant him peace). The believer says between the Azân and the Iqâmah:

    “O Allah! Lord
    of this most perfect call (of not ascribing partners to You) and of the regular
    prayer about to be established, grant Muhammad Al-wasîlah (the highest degree
    in Paradise) and Al-fadîlah (a rank or place above the rest of creation) and
    raise him to a position of praise and glory which You have promised him.”

    The Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace)
    added that whoever says it will be entitled his intercession on the Day of
    Resurrection.

    On starting the prayer – between the Opening Takbîr
    [Commencement of Prayer by saying Allahu Akbar ‘Allah is the Most
    Great’] and the recitation of Al-Fâtihah [the first Chapter in the Noble
    Qur’an] – we say:

    “O Allah!
    Distance me from my sins just as You have distanced the East from the West. O
    Allah! Purify me from my sins as a white cloth is purified from dirt. O Allah!
    Cleanse me from my sins with snow, water and hail.”

    When you bow in Prayers after thrice repeating, ‘Subhân
    Raby Al-‘Adhîm
    ‘(Glory be to my Lord, the Most Great), say: “O Allah! To you I have bowed, and in
    You I have believed, and to You I have submitted, and before You are humbled my
    hearing, my sight, my brain, my bones and my nerves.”

    When you prostrate yourself in Prayers after thrice
    repeating, ‘Subhân Raby Al-‘Alâ (Glory be to my Lord, the Most
    High),’ say as the Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him peace)
    used to say:

    “O Allah! To You
    I have prostrated myself, and in You I have believed and to You I have
    submitted. My face has prostrated before He Who created it and fashioned it,
    and brought forth its faculties of hearing and seeing. Blessed be Allah, the
    Best of creators.”

    After you recite At-Tashahud [Testification: a certain
    invocation to be recited at the middle or the end of the Prayers] and before
    offering the Salutation ending the Prayer, invoke with the supplication of the
    Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace), saying:

    “O Allah! I seek
    refuge with You from the torment of the grave, and from the torment of Fire and
    from the trials and tribulations of life and death and from the evil affliction
    of Al-Masîh Ad-Dajjâl (the Antichrist).”

    After you offer the Salutation ending the Prayer, say:

    “O Allah! You
    are As-Salâm (One free from all defects and deficiencies) and from You comes
    Salâm (peace, or safety), blessed are You, O Possessor of Majesty and Honor.”

    Activities of Life

    The supplications that the Messenger of Allah (may Allah
    bless him and grant him peace) has taught us include all the activities of
    life. Among the supplications of traveling is the one saying:

    “O Allah, You
    are the Companion on the journey, and
    The Successor over the
    family
    ; O Allah, I seek refuge in You from the hardship of traveling, an
    unhappy return, and a distressing scene regarding family and wealth. O Allah,
    fold for us the land (i.e., make the distance shorter and draw closer for us
    the lands), and make easy our journey.”

    And when the traveler returns home he should say as the
    Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) used to say:

    “Returning,
    repenting, worshipping and praising our Lord.”

    On the wedding night, the groom should repeat the
    supplication of the Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him
    peace), saying:

     

    ‘O Allah, I ask You for the goodness within her and the goodness
    that you have made her inclined towards, and I seek refuge with You from the
    evil within her and the evil that you have made her inclined towards.’

    And when man holds a newborn he should repeat the
    supplication of the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace), saying:

    “I
    commend you to the Protection of Allah’s Perfect Words from every devil and
    vermin, and from every (evil, harmful,) envious eye.”

     

    Upon seeing natural phenomenon as rainfall the Prophet
    (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) invoked Allah saying:

     

    “(Let it rain)
    around us and not on us.”

    Because when it rains outside the city prosperity and
    verdure will reign among all people, but if it rained inside perhaps people may
    be harmed.

    When suffering a hardship say as the Messenger of Allah
    (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) used to say:

    “There is no god
    but Allah, the Majestic, the Most Forbearing. There is no god but Allah, the
    Lord of the Tremendous Throne. There is no god but Allah, the Lord of the
    heavens and the earth and the Lord of the Honorable Throne. O Allah! Your Mercy
    is what I hope for, so do not leave me in charge of my affairs even for a blink
    of an eye, and rectify for me all of my affairs. There is no god but You.”

    These supplications express the weakness and want of man,
    who in the life of this world has power over nothing. In traveling he is either
    leaving behind someone who needs his care as his parents, his children or his
    wife, so he wants a Guardian to hold his place, or parting with someone he
    needs. In both cases he should leave all to Allah, whether to help him in his
    travel or help his family he left behind. To you people in this world are one
    of two: those who need you and those whom you need. Therefore, you want Allah,
    Blessed and Exalted be He, to help those who need you while you are away, or
    help you tolerate the want of people you need.

    For every state there is an invocation

    We clearly see that Islam assigned an invocation to every
    state man lives in order to strengthen the ties between the Creator and His
    creatures.

    For instance, as though when you sleep, which is a period
    of total unconsciousness of worldly existence, you are trying to say, ‘O Lord!
    Though unconscious of the entire universe still I remember You.’ And upon
    rising, to have your movement in life given to you by Allah right and complete,
    you have to seek the Help of Allah in doing good.

    The Truth, all praise and glory be to Him, has restored
    your soul to your body after you slept unconscious of the entire universe, so
    you welcome Allah’s Bestowment with praise and contentment. Usually man does
    not remember Allah and turn to Him imploringly except at hard times. Hard times
    that bare man’s inability, make him turn to Allah, Whose Majesty reigns
    supreme. For instance, you do not appreciate that you have feet, eyes and hands
    except when these organs are injured. But when sound, to you they simply exist
    carrying their job while you are insensible or even unaware of their
    existence!! Familiarity and monotony of life make you receive all the Blessings
    of Allah as common, so you never contemplate them. But when they become unsound
    or no longer capable of performing their role, in such case you feel and
    appreciate the greatness of the bestowed Blessings of Allah, for which you
    failed to pay thanks because of your negligence.

    You do not realize the value of money and the want you may
    fall into except at its loss. You do not realize the high blessing of having a
    water drop except when about to perish of thirst, or the worth of a morsel of
    bread except when you are dying of hunger. For each of these sublime blessings
    Allah, all praise and glory be to Him, assigned an invocation to keep it and
    ensure the continuity of your benefiting from it.  The events of life that pass on you without thinking of them
    are from the Grace of Allah upon you. Therefore, there is a supplication for
    everything. If you remember Allah at your happy prosperous moments, He will
    surely remember you at the time of your distress.  A servant should never forget that he is created to worship
    Allah, the Creator, as states the noble Qur’anic verse (what means):

    “And I (Allah) created not the jinn and humans except
    they should worship Me (Alone). I seek not any provision from them (i.e.
    provision for themselves or for My creatures) nor do I ask that they should
    feed Me (i.e. feed themselves or My creatures).” (Az-Zâriyât, 51: 56-57)

    This noble Qur’anic verse applies to all life events, in
    every movement we make in life there is a blessing, a rule and a supplication
    and they all are acts of worship. 
    Supplication in all life events is meant to obtain the Blessing of
    Allah, the Power of Allah and the Might of Allah. Therefore, if you seek the
    Help of Allah, all praise and glory be to Him, your life would be good, good in
    everything. Any food eaten after pronouncing the Name of Allah on it, the devil
    will never eat from it. Any deed started by invoking Allah, the devil will
    never spoil it, and he will never enter a house in which supplications are
    recited.

    Blessing is not in abundance but in winning the Good

    Pleasure of Allah. Also money is not in large amounts but in having the
    Blessing of Allah in it, to spend it while enjoying it instead of spending it
    while suffering some illness. Spending it in such case will give you nothing
    but pain and sorrow, while seeing before you things you love of worldly
    delights but you stand deprived of them.

    Mercy, blessings and peace of mind      

    Thus was the life of the Messenger of Allah (may Allah
    bless him and grant him peace) in all the affairs of his life. He wants us to
    always remember Allah, in every single step and move we take. At sleep, arousing,
    leaving home, going to work, during work, returning home, drinking water, in
    facing the events life unfolds, those pleasant and those bitter. By such
    remembrance, you will obtain mercy, blessings and calm of mind. When you say
    them you will surely lead a good, safe and tranquil life. But if you forget
    them you will lead a wretched life full of tension, anger and discontentment.
    Allah has decreed all the life incidents that befall you, so turn to the
    Remembrance of Allah to help you face them. Recite the Qur’anic verse in which
    The Exalted and Ever-Majestic addresses his believing servants, assuring them
    of the good care He will give them in worldly life if they abide by His Law and
    of the great reward He has prepared for them in the Hereafter:

    “We have been your friends in the life of this world
    and are (so) in the Hereafter. Therein you shall have (all) that your
    inner-selves desire, and therein you shall have (all) for which you ask for.”
    (Fussilat, 41: 31)

    And the Qur’anic verse saying (what means):

    “Whoever works righteousness, whether male or female,
    while he (or she) is a true believer (of Islamic Monotheism) verily, to him We
    will give a good life (in this world with respect, contentment and lawful
    provision), and We shall pay them certainly a reward in proportion to the best
    of what they used to do (i.e. Paradise in the Hereafter).” (An-Nahl, 16:
    97)

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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