Doaa Farag

Doaa Farag



Contents

  • 1 Doaa Farag
  • 2 Releasing the distressed
  • 3 Benefits of relieving the distressed
  • 4 relieve the distress in the Sunnah of the Prophet

Doaa Farag

God Almighty afflicts His servants who believe in some worries during their worldly lives, and therefore the servant must always resort to the supplication of God Almighty in order to remove his distress, and here are some supplications that it is desirable to read by every person who suffers from worry and sadness:
  • The Messenger of God - may God’s prayers and peace be upon him - used to say to the anguish: “ There is no god but God, the Great, the Wise, there is no god but God, the Lord of the Great Throne, there is no god but God, the Lord of the Heavens, and the Lord of the Earth, and Lord of the Holy Throne.Narrated by Bukhari and Muslim.
  • He, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, said: “The words of the vulva: There is no god but God, the Most Wise, the Great, there is no god but God, the Most High, the Great, there is no god but God, Lord of the Seven Heavens, and Lord of the Holy Throne.Narrated by Ibn Abi Al-Dunya, Al-Nasa’i, and others.
  • In Al-Sahihain and others, that the Prophet - may God’s prayers and peace be upon him - said: “ Our Lord, Blessed and Exalted, descends every night to the worldly sky when the third third of the night remains, and he says: Whoever calls me, I will respond to him, whoever asks me, and I will give to him, and whoever seeks forgiveness and forgive him .”
  • He, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, said: “ Whoever is required to seek forgiveness , Allah will grant him out of every distress a way out, and out of every concern that he will be a relief, and his livelihood in a way that does not count.Narrated by Abu Dawood, Al-Nisae, and Ibn Majah.
  • On the authority of Abi Bin Kaab, I said: “ O Messenger of God, I am more than praying on you, how much will I make for you from my prayers?” He said: “Whatever you want,” he said: “I said:“ The fourth? ”He said:“ If you want more, then it is better for you. ”I said: half? : what you want, the more it is better for you, I said: Two - thirds? he said: what you want, the more it is better for you, I said: I make all my prayers? he said: so your concerns, and forgive you your sins , " Narrated by al- Tirmidhi and the ruling Mustadrak .
  • In the Sunnahs of Abi Dawood and Sunan Ibn Majah, from the hadith of Asma bint Umais, she said: The Messenger of God, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, said to me: “ Should I not teach you the words of your saying when you are angry or in distress: God, God is my Lord, I do not share anything with him .”
  • Ahmad and others narrated on the authority of Ibn Masoud, may God be pleased with him, who said: The Messenger of God, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, said: “No one has ever had any affliction or sorrow. He said: Oh God, I am your servant, and the son of your servant, and the son of your nation, my prayer in your hand, past in your judgment, justice in me Your judiciary, I ask you in every name that is yours, you called yourself by yourself, or someone from your creation taught it, or you revealed it in your book, or you accounted for it in the knowledge of your unseen, to make the Qur’an the spring of my heart, the light of my chest, the sadness of my sorrow, and my distraction, but God does not go And his sadness, and he replaced him with relief, he said: It was said: O Messenger, should we not learn it?
  • Ahmad and Abu Dawud narrated from Nafi` ibn al-Harith that the Messenger of God - may God’s prayers and peace be upon him - said: “The prayers of the distressed: O God, have mercy on you, please, do not trust me in the blink of an eye .
  • Al-Bukhari and Muslim, on the authority of Ibn Abbas, may God be pleased with them, said: “ The Prophet - may God’s prayers and peace be upon him - used to pray with distress saying: There is no god but God, the Great, the Wise, there is no god but God, the Lord of the heavens and the earth, and the Lord of the Great Throne .”
  • On the authority of Anas bin Malik, may God be pleased with him, he said: “ I was sitting with the Messenger of God - may God’s prayers and peace be upon him - and a standing man prayed. And the land, O honorable and honorable, O living, O Qayyum, I ask you, and the Prophet - may God’s prayers and peace be upon him - said to his companions: Do you know what he has called? He answered, and if asked about him he gave , " Narrated by al-Nasa'i and Imam Ahmad.
  • On the authority of Ali, may God be pleased with him, that he had offices. He said: “ I have been unable to write, then I mean, he said: Should I not teach you words that the Messenger of God has taught them - may God’s prayers and peace be upon him - if you had a similar mountain of debt that God has performed for you, he said: Say: Oh God, stop me By your dissolution from your forbidden rituals, and I will enrich me with the grace of someone other than you. " Narrated by Ahmed, Al-Tirmidhi, and Al-Hakim, and corrected by the ruler.
  • A Muslim narrated that he - may God’s prayers and peace be upon him - used to sleep when he said: “A god, the Lord of the Seven Heavens, and the Lord of the Great Throne, our Lord and Lord of all things. You are the first, there is nothing before you, and you are the other, there is nothing after you, and you are the apparent, there is nothing above you, and you are the inner. There is nothing without you .
  • On the authority of Anas, he said: The Messenger of God - may God’s prayers and peace be upon him - said to Muath: “ Should I not teach you a supplication that you would call, if you were like a mountain of anyone as a debt that God would have performed for you?” Say, O Muath: Oh God, the King of the King. Everything is powerful, have mercy on the world and the Hereafter, and give them mercy, give them whatever you want, and prevent them from whatever you want, have mercy on me, mercy by singing about the mercy of you except you. Narrated by Al-Tabarani in the small with good support, and Al-Albani improved.
  • He brought out a Muslim, that Othman bin Abi Al-Aas came the Prophet - may God’s prayers and peace be upon him - and said: “ O Messenger of God, that Satan has prevented me from my prayers and my reading, he wears them on me, so the Messenger of God, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, said: That is a demon called a pig.” I sensed him and sought refuge in Allah from him, and he turned to your left three times. He said: I did so, so God made him go away from me . "
  • He, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, said: “ Oh God, I seek refuge in you from worry and sadness, and I seek refuge in you from impotence and laziness, and I seek refuge in you from cowardice and miserliness, and I seek refuge in you from the dominance of religion and the oppression of men. Narrated by Bukhari and others.
  • " O Allah , I seek refuge in You from demolition, and seek refuge in you from deterioration, and seek refuge in you from drowning, burning, pyramid, and I seek your Satan Atakbtunai at death, and forbid you to die in your path foul play, and forbid you to die for degas. Oh God , I seek refuge in You from worry Sorrow, helplessness, helplessness, laziness, miserliness, cowardice, debt repayment, and the dominance of men. O God, I seek refuge in you, without any distraction. And gloating enemies. O Allah , I seek refuge in You from the demise of grace, turning wellbeing, and suddenly Nqmtk, and all thine , " increased in true godly male and pray / Ahmed bin Abdullah al - Issa.

Releasing the distressed

It was mentioned in Sahih Muslim, the Musnad, and others, that the Prophet - may God’s prayers and peace be upon him - said: “ Whoever breathes from a believer is a distress from the distress of the world, God breathes from him distress from the Day of Resurrection, and whoever is pleased with one who is insolvent, may God be pleased with him in this world and the Hereafter, Whoever conceals a Muslim will be hidden by God in this world and the hereafter, and God is in the aid of the servant, the servant is not in the assistance of his brother .
And helping others is one of the greatest gates of goodness, and it has a very high position in Islam, whose beliefs and laws came to repair the relationship between the servant and his Lord, and between the servants themselves. That is why he urged Islam to extend the benefit to others as much as possible, because this assistance is a type of worship that the Muslim seeks reward from his Lord, so that his work will be pure to the face of God Almighty. As for the virtues of this assistance, they include:
  • Helping others is a kind of benevolence. The Almighty said: “And do well that God loves the good.Al-Baqara / 195, and Glory be to Him: “ The Mercy of Allah is close to the best of the best ,” 56 /
  • The relief of distress and anguish from a Muslim who is in the aid of his distressed brother. Al-Bukhari and Muslim narrated in their authentic hadiths that Abdullah bin Omar - may God be pleased with them both - said: The Messenger of God, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, said: “A Muslim is a brother of a Muslim who does not oppress him or betray him, and whoever is in His brother’s need was God in his need, and whoever freed a Muslim as a distress, God released him as a distress from the Day of Resurrection, and whoever conceals a Muslim, God will leave him on the Day of Resurrection .
  • His saying, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him: “The work of the well-known saves the wrestler of badness, and the charity of the secret extinguishes the wrath of the Lord, and the bond of the womb increases the life. Narrated by Al-Tabarani and improved by Al-Albani . And the slaughterhouse: it is the place of death, so God protects those who do good to people by spending their needs of death in a bad place, bad body, or bad death.
  • The best works that Muslim does to his Muslim brother, was narrated from Abu Hurayrah , may Allah be pleased with him, he said , asked the Messenger of Allah peace be upon him: " Which works best? He said: enter your brother insured pleasure, or eliminate him we have, or feed him bread ," Narrated Ibn Abi Al-Dunya in a book: Making up Al-Hawaj, Al-Bayhaqi, and others, and it was improved by Al-Albani.

Benefits of relieving the distressed

  • Stabilizing the foot in the hereafter: The first thing that the courier and the intercessor gets, is what he mentioned - may God’s prayers and peace be upon him - by saying: “ And whoever walks with his brother in need until he is prepared for him, God has proven his foot on the day when the feet descend .”
  • Facilitating hardship: In Saheeh Muslim from Abu Hurayrah , may Allah be pleased with him, the Prophet - peace be upon him - said: " It is pleased to Pinching pleased God in this world and the Hereafter, and to cover the Muslim cover of God in this world and the Hereafter, and God help the slave The servant was not helping his brother . "
  • Relieving the anguish on the Day of Resurrection: In Sahih Muslim: “ Whoever breathes distress from a world from the distress of the world, God breathes from him the distress of the distress of the Day of Resurrection .”
  • God helps him to fulfill his needs.
  • May God Almighty protect him from the killing of the bad: Ibn Habban narrated in his Sahih: “The work of the well-known saves the wrestler of the bad, the pests, the deceased, and the people of the known in this world are the people of the well-known in the Hereafter .”

Relief stress in the Sunnah of the Prophet

It was one of his gifts - may God’s prayers and peace be upon him - with his companions of good character that did not hide, and from that he was asking about them, and humility with them, visiting their patients, witnessing their funerals, and pitying them, and feeling their pain, and seeks to relieve their concerns and eliminate their needs, so he was doing On the need of his companions in general, and on the need of widows, the needy and orphans in particular.
He was - may God’s prayers and peace be upon him - the greatest of people giving charity to what he possessed his hand, and he did not invest anything that he gave to God Almighty and does not resign him, and no one asks him anything he has but he gives him, a little or a lot, and his bid is a gift from someone who does not fear poverty, and giving and charity was something like To him, and his happiness and joy with what he gives him was greater than the pleasure of the one who takes it, and he was the finest people with good, his right is like the sent wind, and if he objected to him in need of his influence on himself, sometimes with his food, sometimes with his charity, sometimes with the gift, sometimes with the gift The seller of the price and the good of all, as he did Jaber, at times he would borrow something, and he would return more than him, better and bigger, and buy and give more than his price, and accept the gift and reward it with more than or multiple of it, kindness and diversity in the types of charity and charity with all possible, and his charity and charity with what he possesses By giving charity, urging it, and calling

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