Please verify the authenticity of the du’a in this answer:
O Allah! I seek refuge in You from leprosy, madness and evil diseases
In the istikharah du’a, is it ‘Faqdirhu li’ [with a kasrah on the dal] or is it ‘Faqdurhu li’ [with a dammah on the dal]?
I would like to ask the authenticity of the Hadith which states “Whoever says seven times in the morning and evening ‘HasbiyAllahu la ilaha illa huw ‘alayhi tawakkaltu wa huwa Rabbul ‘Arshil ‘Adhim‘, Allah Ta’ala will take care of his worries.”
Is there any Hadith which states that Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wasallam) made du’a for protection from sudden death?
Please provide the reference and Arabic text for this du’a:
“O Allah! I seek refuge in You from leprosy, madness and evil diseases”
What is the source of this tradition?
‘Nothing can change qada [al-mu’allaq]. Only du’a can change it; and only favours/goodness can lengthen one’s lifetime.”
Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alayhi wasallam) said:
“Whoever says the following ten times, at the end of every Fajr prayer, while his feet are still folded, before speaking:
La ilaha illallahu, wahdahu la sharika lahu, lahul mulku wa lahul hamdu, yuhyi wa yumitu, wa huwa ‘ala kulli shayin qadir
(Translation: None has the right to be worshipped but Allah, Alone without partner, to Him belongs all that exists, and to Him is the praise, He gives life and causes death, and He is powerful over all things.)
Ten good deeds shall be written for him, ten sins will be wiped away from him, ten degrees shall be raised up for him, and he shall be in security all that day from every disliked thing, and he shall be in protection from Shaytan, and no sin will meet him or destroy him that day, except for associating partners with Allah.”
My question is:
Does this mean that it is impossible for a person to commit a sin on that day and does this include all major and minor sins?
Is the following du’a authentic?
“I seek refuge in the Almighty Allah, by His Noble Self and by His primordial reign, from Shaytan the outcast. O Allah, open for me the doors of Your mercy.”
If this Hadith is authentic, can we use it to establish that the word Qadim can be used to describe Allah Ta’ala?
Has the word ‘Qadim’ been used in any other Hadith to describe Allah Ta’ala?
Are we allowed to change the words of the masnun du’as to suit the appropriate tense or gender?
Like if the du’a is with the male tense, can a female change it when she recites it?
And can the imam change the singular into plural to include the congregation?
Kindly provide the reference of the following please: Whenever a strong wind blew, anxiety appeared on the face of Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wasallam), out of fear, that the wind might be a sign of Allah Ta’ala’s punishment.
Should one read the Masnun du’as immediately after the Fard Salah or read the Sunnah Salah first and then read all the Masnun du’as?
Can you please advise on the status of of the recommended Dua after eating;
Alhamdulillahil ladhy at’amana wa saqana wa ja’alana Muslimin
Someone said its Munkar (very weak), is this true? Read More »
Kindly provide the source, background and meaning of this du’a:
Allahumma Inni a’udhubika minal hammi wal huzni wa a’udhubika minal ‘Ajzi wal kasli wa a’udhubika minal bukhli wal jubni wa a’udhubika min ghalabatid dayni wa qahrir rijal.