Remembrance of Allah | Du’as and Zikrs | Best dua to allah

Remembrance of Allah | Du’as and Zikrs | Best dua to allah  – As a large language model, I lack the capacity to personally engage in the remembrance of Allah. However, I can share some information that might be helpful to you on this topic.

What is remembrance of Allah (Dhikr)?

In Islam, dhikr refers to the practice of actively remembering and mentioning Allah (SWT) throughout your day. This can be done through various forms, including:

  • Verbal expressions: Reciting specific phrases like “Subhanallah” (Glory be to Allah), “Alhamdulillah” (Praise be to Allah), or reciting verses from the Quran.
  • Reflection and contemplation: Pondering the greatness and attributes of Allah (SWT), His blessings upon you, and your place in His creation.
  • Worship and daily activities: Performing your prayers (salah), engaging in charity, and carrying out daily tasks with the intention of pleasing Allah (SWT).

Why is remembrance of Allah important?

The Quran and the teachings of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) emphasize the importance of dhikr. Here are some reasons why:

  • Strengthens faith and connection to Allah (SWT): Regularly remembering Allah (SWT) reinforces your belief and creates a closer bond with Him.
  • Brings peace and tranquility: Reflecting on Allah’s (SWT) mercy and love can ease anxieties and bring inner peace.
  • Increases gratitude and mindfulness: Recognizing Allah’s (SWT) blessings fosters gratitude and makes you more present in the moment.
  • Provides guidance and motivation: Remembering Allah’s (SWT) presence motivates you to live a righteous life and overcome challenges.

Resources for learning more about dhikr:

  • The Quran: Numerous verses mention the importance of dhikr and provide guidance on practicing it.
  • Hadiths: The sayings and teachings of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) offer practical examples of dhikr.
  • Islamic scholars and books: Many resources by Islamic scholars delve deeper into the different forms and benefits of dhikr.
  • Websites and online communities: Several websites and online communities offer information and support for those interested in practicing dhikr.

It’s important to approach dhikr with sincerity and respect. Remember, the ultimate goal is to cultivate a deeper connection with Allah (SWT) and live a life guided by His love and mercy.

Importance of Du’as and Zikrs 

Du’as and Zikrs hold immense importance in Islamic practice, offering a myriad of spiritual and personal benefits. Here’s a breakdown of their individual significance and their combined impact:

Du’as (Supplications):

  • Direct communication with Allah: Du’as provide a direct channel to express your innermost desires, needs, and gratitude to Allah. It’s a form of intimate conversation, fostering a deeper connection with the Divine.
  • Expression of faith and trust: By making Du’a, you acknowledge your dependence on Allah and entrust Him with your affairs. This strengthens your faith and trust in His divine plan.
  • Hope and optimism: Reciting Du’as instills hope and optimism, even in difficult circumstances. Knowing that Allah hears your pleas and can turn things around brings comfort and resilience.
  • Fulfillment of needs: While not guarantees, sincere Du’as can lead to the fulfillment of your needs, either directly or indirectly, as Allah knows what’s best for you.
  • Variety of aspects: Du’as cover all aspects of life, from seeking guidance and forgiveness to praying for success, healing, and the well-being of loved ones.

Zikrs (Remembrance):

  • Constant awareness of Allah: Regularly engaging in Zikr keeps your mind focused on Allah throughout the day, promoting mindfulness and piety.
  • Peace and tranquility: Repeatedly mentioning Allah’s names and attributes through Zikr has a calming effect on the heart and mind, reducing anxiety and fostering inner peace.
  • Spiritual growth and purification: Zikr cleanses the heart from negative thoughts and desires, contributing to spiritual growth and purification.
  • Increased love and devotion: Constantly remembering Allah through Zikr cultivates deeper love and devotion towards Him.
  • Diverse practices: Various forms of Zikr exist, including verbal recitations, silent contemplations, and acts of worship like prayer.

Combined impact:

  • Synergistic effect: Together, Du’as and Zikrs create a powerful synergy. Performing Zikr keeps your heart attuned to Allah, preparing you for sincere and heartfelt Du’as. Answered Du’as further strengthen your faith and motivate you to engage in more Zikr, creating a virtuous cycle.
  • Holistic approach to spirituality: This combined practice fosters a holistic approach to spirituality, encompassing both direct communication with Allah (Du’as) and internal cultivation of love and awareness (Zikrs).

Additional points:

  • Both Du’as and Zikrs should be done with sincerity and humility, regardless of the specific words or forms used.
  • Numerous resources like the Quran, Hadith, and scholarly works offer guidance on various Du’as and Zikrs.
  • Regular practice is key to experiencing the full benefits of these spiritual tools.

Remember, Du’as and Zikrs are not mere rituals or wishes, but powerful expressions of faith and tools for connecting with the Divine. By incorporating them into your daily life, you can strengthen your connection with Allah, experience inner peace, and navigate life’s challenges with greater faith and resilience.

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Abu Saeed Khudri narrates that Muawiyah came to a group of people in the mosque and said, “… The Messenger of Allah  came to a group of his Companions in the mosque and said, ‘Why are you sitting?’

They stated, ‘We are sitting recollecting Allah, Best dua to allah  ,Remembrance of Allah and paying our gratitude to  Him for His kindness of controlling us to Islam.’ ’ They submitted, ‘By Allah we are sitting here only for this purpose.’

The Holy Prophet  said, ‘I have not made you take oath for any doubt but the truth is that Gabriel came and told me that Allah is expressing His pride on you in front of angels.(Tabarani, al-Mujam-ul-kabir (19:340#788) Muhammad bin Ka‘b narrates that during the reign of Muawiyah some people used to attend the fajr ritual prayer, and sit on one side of the congregation. After the Imām concluded the prayer, they would sit in one corner of the

  1. Muslim, as-Sahih (4:2075#2701)
  2. Tirmidhi, as-Sunan (5:460#3379)
  3. Nasai,   as- Sunan  (8:249#5426)
  4. Ahmad bin Hambal, al-Musnad (4:92)
  5. Ibn Hibban, as-Sahih (3:95#813)
  6. Ibn Abi Shaybah, al-Musannaf (6:59#29469)
  7. Tabarani, al-Mujam-ul-kabir (19:311#701)
  8. Mindhiri, at-Targhib wat-tarhib (2:259#2317)

 Muawiyah was told about them, so he came running, stood beside them and said, “I have come to give you good news of what Allah has bestowed upon you. Some people used to do the same during the days of the Holy Messenger of Allah came, stood beside them and said, ‘Cheer up! By Him in whose hand is my soul, Allah is expressing His pride on you before the angels.’Abdullah bin Amr narrates,

“We offered the sunset were to leave left and those desirous to stay back stayed. So ritual prayer with the Messenger of Allah. Those who swiftly the Holy Messenger of Allah  came that he was breathing heavily and his robe was a little above his holy ankles.He stated, ‘Cheer up!

This is your Lord Who has opened an entryway of sky and is communicating His pride on you before the heavenly attendants, saying: Look at My servants; after performing an obligatory ritual prayer they are waiting for the next one Hasan bin Musa states,

“Abdullah bin Amr and I offered the ritual prayer one evening with the Holy Prophet. The Messenger of Allah (isha) ritual prayer. When hr) then came before came he was breathing heavily with his index finger raised.      

  •  Shawkani, Nayl-ul-awtar (2:54)
  • Ibn Majah, as-Sunan (1:262#801)
  • Kinani, Misbah-uz-zujajah (1:102#303)
  •  Mindhiri, at-Targhib wat-tarhib (1:172#646)
  • Abu Nuaym, Hilyat-ul-awliya wa tabaqat-ul-asfiya (6:54)
Remembrance of Allah | Du’as and Zikrs | Best dua to allah , zikr allah, best zikr,, o allah help me, best dua to allah,

He raised his index finger towards the sky and said, “Oh party of Muslims, rejoice. This is your Lord who has opened one of the gates of heavens expressing His pride on you in front of angels, saying: ‘O My heavenly attendants, take a gander at these workers of Mine who have performed one mandatory custom supplication and are hanging tight for the following.”(Ahmad bin Hambal, al-Musnad (2:208)

Abdullah bin Amr  narrates, “One evening we performed our (sunset) ritual prayer with the Messenger of Allah. Those who wanted to leave departed and those who desired to stay on remained there. The Messenger of Allah arrived before the people pronounced the commencement (iqamah) of the night ritual prayer (isha).

He said, ‘Cheer up, cheer up! This is your Lord who has opened one of the gates of heavens and is expressing His pride on you before angels, saying: ‘Look at My servants; they have performed one obligatory ritual prayer and are waiting for the next one.’ (Bazzar, al-Musnad (6:357#2365)

Remembrance of Allah | Du’as and Zikrs | Best dua to allah , zikr allah, best zikr,, o allah help me, best dua to allah,

Abu Ayyub narrates,  ‘If the heavens and the earth and whatever they contain are placed on one side of the Balance and la ilaha illallah (there is no God but Allah) is placed on the other side of the Balance, the latter will be heavier.

If the heavens and the earth and whatever they contain had been strata made of iron and the man had recited la ilaha illallah, it would have cleaved all of them asunder and reached Almighty Allah.’ Abdullah bin Amr said: We offered the sunset (maghrib) ritual prayer with the Messenger of Allah. Those who wanted to stay remained there while those who desired to leave departed.

The Messenger of Allah  came with his robe a little above his holy ankles. He said, ‘Rejoice, O party of Muslims. This is your Lord who has opened one of the doors of heavens and is telling the angels how proud He is of you, saying:

These are My servants who have performed an obligatory ritual prayer and are waiting to perform the next one.(Ahmad bin Hambal, al-Musnad (2:186#6750) Abu Huraira  narrates that the Messenger of Allah  said, “Allah  expresses His pride before the celestial creation on the people who gather in Arafat and says to them:

Look at My servants; they have come to Me with unkempt and dusty hair (lost in My love as if gone insane in intense humbleness and overwhelming devotion, unaware what they look like).” (Ibn Khuzaymah, as-Sahih (4:263#2839)  Jabir narrates His servants before the angels and says to them: ‘Look at these servants of Mine!

They have come to Me in the morning in a scruffy state with dusty hair, having crossed every deep valley (in a state of love-sickness for Allah). I call you to witness that I have forgiven them.’ The angels submit to Him, ‘O Lord, there was also Such-and-such among them who was arrogant and also Such-and-such and So-and-so.’ Allah  says: ‘I have forgiven him as well (for the sake of these lovers)


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