When My servants ask you about Me, then (tell them that) I am near. I respond to the call of one when he prays to Me
Abu Hurairah Radiyallahu ‘anhu narrates that Rasullullah Sallallahu ‘alaihi wasallam said: Anyone who finds pleasure in receiving an answer to his Du’a from Allah in times of difficulties and pains, he should make more Du’a when times are easy. (Tirmidhi)
Duas are extremely important for us as Muslims. Through these du’as we gain protection from harm, receive assistance, achieve peace of mind and have our problems resolved. In particular, we should focus on developing our package of morning and evenings duas to assist us in our life. The time in the morning (Fajr) and evening (Maghrib) are the times which denote the start of the day or night – these are important times for making du’a. These du’as, in many cases, take a very short amount of time, however, provide amazing benefits.
The intention of this category of Du’as in this blog is to record a weekly du’a that we can make part of our life. The idea is that one du’a will be introduced every week for staff at the Weekly Briefing.