The fruit of applying these sunnahs after every obligatory prayer and preserving them:1.500 charitable deeds is written for the Muslim for these glorifications after every prayer in his day and night, for The Prophet peace and blessings of Allah be upon him said:”every glorification is sadaqa, every time one says: Allah is The Greater is sadaqa, every praise (to Allah subhanahu) is sadaqa and every time one says: there is no god but Allah is charitable deeds… narrated by Muslim. An-Nawawi said: has the same reward. b. If the Muslim preserves these glorifications after every salah in his day and night, 500 trees will be planted for him in paradise. The Messenger of Allah peace and blessings of Allah be upon him passed by Abu-Horairah, while he was implanting a plant, so, he said: “O Abu-Horairah, wouldn’t I tell you about a plant which is better for you?” he said: “yes, Messenger of Allah peace and blessings of Allah be upon him!” he said: “say: Subhan Allah (Glorified be Allah), Al-Hamdulillah (all praise is to Allah), there is no god but Allah and Allahu Akbar (Allah is The Greater), and a tree will be planted for you in paradise for each.” Narrated by IbnMajah and Al-Albani said it is authentic.c. Nothing will separates him from paradise, except that he dies in order to enter it. This is for this who recites the verse of the Chair (ayat-al-Kursii) and preserves it after every obligatory Salah.d. who ever preserves these glorifications, his sins will be expiated, even if they are like sea foam. As in saheeh Muslim (the authentic narrations of Muslim). e. who so ever keeps these glorifications constantly after every prayer, avoids disgrace in this life and in the hereafter, for the hadith: (sayings, who says them is never disgraced …. And he mentioned these glorifications…) narrated by Muslim.f. To fix the defects and complete what is missing in the obligatory salah. It is not permissible to pray the prayers that you didn’t pray deliberately, without any reason. You must repent sincerely to ALLAH subhanahu wataalah and never do such a major sin again and do a lot of voluntary good deeds and worship, especially night prayers to try and compensate for the missed prayers.It is preferable and more prudent for a person (a believer) to say two takbeers: one for takbeerat al-ihram, which is an essential part of the prayer and must be said when he is standing,and the second is the takbeer of bowing, which he should say as he is bending down for rukoo‘. If he is afraid of missing the rak‘ah, then takbeerat al-ihram is sufficient according to the more correct of the two scholarly opinions, because they are two acts of worship to be done at the same time, so doing that which is more important will suffice for that which is less important, and this rak‘ah will be valid, according to most of the scholars. Praise and thanks be to Allah subhanahu wataalah for His guidance and protection.