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PostSubject: Did You?   Mon Feb 02, 2009 11:52 am

Did You? A Daily Reminder for the Believer



Have you read any part of the book of Allaah today?

After every prayer do you recite Dhikr?

Do you observe the regular Sunnah prayers before and after the Fard prayers?

Did you concentrate on your prayer today and really think about the words you were saying?

Did you remember the Last Day and its terrors?


Did you ask Allah (SWT) three times to admit you to Paradise? For whoever asks Allaah (SWT) to admit him to Paradise, Paradise says, "O Allaah, admit him to Paradise!" [1]


Have you asked Allaah (SWT) three times to protect you from the punishment of Hell? Whoever does that, Hell says: "O Allaah, protect him from Hell" [2]


Have you read anything from the Hadith of the Prophet SAAS)?


Have you thought of distancing yourself from bad gatherings?


Have you tried to avoid laughing and joking excessively?


Have you wept today for fear of Allaah (SWT)?


Have you recited Dhikr for morning and evening?


Have you asked Allaah (SWT) for forgiveness for your sins today?


Have you asked Allaah(SWT) sincerely for martyrdom? For the Messenger of Allaah (SAAS) said: "Whoever asks Allaah sincerely for martyrdom, Allaah will give him the status of a martyr, even if he dies in his bed" [Muslim]


Have you asked Allaah (SWT) to make your heart strong in faith?


Have you made the most of the hours during which especially Allaah (SWT) will answer your prayers?


Have you bought a new Islamic book from which you will learn more about your religion?

Have you asked forgiveness for the believers, men and women, because for every
believing man and believing woman, for whom you ask forgiveness, there will be a reward?

Have you praised Allaah (SWT) for the blessing of Islam?


Have you praised Allaah for the blessing of hearing, sight, reason and all his blessings?


Have you given charity today to the poor and needy?


Have you refrained from getting angry for your own sake, and only got angry for the sake of Allaah (SWT)?


Have you avoided being proud and arrogant?


Have you visited any of your brothers (sisters) in Islam?


Have you prayed to Allaah (SWT) for your brothers (sisters) and neighbours, and anyone else you are in touch with?


Have you treated your parents with love and kindness?


Have you responded to any calamity by saying: Inna Lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji'un / To Allaah we belong, and to Him is our return? [al-Baqaraah 2:156] [3]


Have you prayed this du'a today? "Allahumma inni a'udhu bika 'an ushrika bika wa ana a'lam, wa astaghfiruka lima la a'lam"
[O Allah, I seek refuge with you from knowingly associating anything
with You, and ask Your forgiveness if I have unwittingly done so]


For whoever says this, Allaah (SWT) will remove from him both major and minor forms of Shirk. [4]


Do you pray Fajr in the Mosque every day, in congregation?


Do you observe every prayer in the mosque in congregation?


FOOTNOTES

[1] The Hadith in full reads : "Whoever asks Allaah three times for Paradise, Paradise says, "O Allaah. Admit him to Paradise!" And whoever asks three times for protection from
hell, hell says, "O Allaah, protect him from Hell!"" [Al-Tirmidhi; classed as Sahih by Al-Albani, Sahih Jami', No. 6151, vol. 6]

[2] see above.

[3] The Prophet (SAAS) said: "Any one of you should say "Inna Lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji'un" when any misfortune befalls him, even if his shoe gets damaged, for these are
all types of 'calamity'" [Classed as Hasan by Al-Albani, al Kalim al Tayyib, No. 140]

[4] See Sahih al-Jami No. 3625
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