A prayer for prayer

A prayer for prayer



Dear reader, we give you some of the supplications that you read in prayer

Contents

  • 1 supplications after the opening takbeer
  • 2 prayers kneeling
  • 3 between bowing and prostrating
  • 4 while prostrating
  • 5 between the two prostrations
  • 6 After the last tashahhud

Prayers after the opening takbeer


Supplications that are said to count the takbeer of ihraam and before starting with the recitation of al-Fatihah are called (supplications of opening) and from the texts that came in supplications of opening
I directed my face to the one who broke the heavens and the earth from a true Muslim, and I am not a polytheist. My prayers, asceticism, my life and death for God, the Lord of the worlds, have no partner, and so I commanded and I am the first Muslim 

Glory be to God, with your praise, and bless your name, the Almighty, your grandfather, and there is no god but you.
Oh God, separate me from my sins, as I spread between the East and the West, O God, save me from my sins as he cleans the white garment of impurity, O God, wash me of my sins with water, snow, and cold

Supplications kneeling


The Muslim says in his kneeling (Glory be to my Lord, the Great) three or more times, as it is desirable for the servant to repeat the dhikr that came from our Prophet, may God bless him and grant him peace, including: "Glory be to God, our Lord, and praise be to God, forgive me." On his authority - that the Prophet, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him - was kneeling and said, “Oh God, you kneel, and I have believed, and you have converted to Islam. God, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him - “Glory to the Holy Lord of the angels and spirit”

Between bowing and prostrating


The Messenger of God, peace and blessings be upon him, used to say: God listened to those who praised him when he raised himself from bowing and then said, standing up, “Our Lord is for you, praise” or “Our Lord and you are praise.” Both of them are good.
Among the other dhikr that were received from our beloved Muhammad, may the best of prayers and prayers be given in this respect.

While prostrating


It was reported that the Messenger of God, may God bless him and grant him peace, used to say in his prostration, "O God, you have prostrated, and with you have believed, and for you converted to Islam, he prostrated my face to the one who created it, his images, and made his hearing and his eyesight visible. Among the well-known supplications is: “O God, come to my soul, you will strengthen it..and you will be better than it. You are its guardian and guardian.” In Sahih Muslim, this supplication was repeated by the Prophet of Islam, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him. With you, I cannot count the praise of you as you praised yourself.

Between the two prostrations


When the Messenger of God, may God bless him and grant him peace, raised his head from the prostration, he used to say: "Lord, forgive me, have mercy on me, force me, raise me, give me life, guide me, and heal me."

After the last tashahhud


Before a Muslim concludes his prayer, it is advisable to repeat the following supplications
"O Allah, forgive me for what I offered and what I held back, and what I held, and what I announced, and what I have wasted, and what you know about me from me, you are the presenter and you are the backend, there is no god but you."

“Our Lord brought good deeds in the world, and in the Hereafter it was good, and we passed the torment of the fire.” In Sahih Al-Bukhari and the Muslim of this supplication.

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