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1. Supplications in Hadith

7 Beautiful Supplications from Hadith

 

The Prophet took the hand of Hadrat Muadh ibn Jabal (R.A) and said to him, “O Mu’adh, I love you!”  Hadrat Mu’adh (R.A) responded, “May my father and mother be sacrificed for you, O Messenger of Allah (Peace be upon him); I love you too.” Then the Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) said, “I advise you, O Mu’adh, say at the end of every prayer,  ‘Allahumma inni ala Zikrika wa Shukrika wa husni ibadatika’  (O Allah, aid me in Your Remembrance, Your thanks, and in perfecting Your worship).”
Related by Ahmad, Abu Dawud, an-Nasa’i, Ibn Khuzaimah, Ibn Hibban and al-Hakim.

 

Shahr bin Hawshab (RA) said:
“I said to Umm Salamah: ‘O Mother of the Believers! What was the supplication that the Messenger of Allah Muhammad (Peace be upon him) said most frequently when he was with you?” She said: ‘The supplication he said most frequently was: “O Changer of the hearts, make my heart firm upon Your religion (Yā Muqallibal-qulūb, thabbit qalbī `alā dīnik).’” She said: ‘So I said: “O Messenger of Allah, why do you supplicate so frequently: ‘O Changer of the hearts, make my heart firm upon Your religion.’ He said: ‘O Umm Salamah! Verily, there is no human being except that his heart is between Two Fingers of the Fingers of Allah, so whomsoever He wills He makes steadfast, and whomever He wills He causes to deviate.’” Grade : Hasan (Darussalam)

 

Thawban (R.A) said:
“The Messenger of Allah Muhammad (Peace be upon him) said: ‘Whoever says when he reaches the evening: “I am pleased with Allah as (my) Lord, with Islam as (my) religion, and with Muhammad (Peace be upon him) as (My) Prophet (Raḍītu billāhi rabban wabil-Islāmi dīnan wa bi-Muḥammadin nabiyyan) it is a duty upon Allah to please him.’”
Reference: Jami` at-Tirmidhi 3389
In-book reference: Book 48, Hadith 20
Narrated Anas (R.A):
The most frequent invocation of The Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) was: “O Allah! Give to us in the world that which is good and in the Hereafter that which is good, and save us from the torment of the Fire.” (2.201)
Reference: Sahih al-Bukhari 6389
In-book reference: Book 80, Hadith 84
USC-MSA web (English) reference: Vol. 8, Book 75, Hadith 398
English translation: Vol. 6, Book 45, Hadith 3389

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