Verbal teachings and practices of Prayer

1.Opening supplication: saying after the opening takbeer Saying:“ Allahu Akbar, that is. Allah is The Greatest” : (O Allah, Glorified be You, a glorification that is associated with Your praise, Blessed be Your Name, Exalted be Your Greatness and there is no object of worship but You). Narrated by the Four Scholars. And there is another supplications (O Allah, distance me from my sins, just as You have distanced the east from the west. O Allah, purify me from my sins, just as a white dress is purified from filth. O Allah, wash me from my sins with ice, water and hail).Narrated by Al-Bukhari and Muslim. One should choose one of the supplications that were narrated as an Opening supplications and say it.2.Saying :I take refuge with Allah subhanahu wataalah from the outcast Devil, before reciting.3.Starting with Allah’s name, that is. saying: in the name of Allah, The All-Merciful, The Ever-Merciful).4.Amen, after Al-Fatihah.5.Reciting a Sura (A chapter of Qur’an) after Al-Fatihah in the first two rak’as Units of prayer of Fajr (dawn), Jumu’ah (Friday), Maghreb (sunset), Isha’ (evening) and the whole supererogatory prayers for the single. As for those who prays behind the Imam, he should recite in the secret prayer(silent), but, not in the open one.6.Saying: “as much as what fills the heavens, as much as what fills the earth, as much as what fills whatever is between them and as much as what fills whatever You will afterwards. You are The Source of praise and glory. This is the most truthful thing to be said by a bondman and we are all Your bondmen. O Allah subhanahu wataalah, there is no deterrent for what You gave, no giver for what You prevented, and neither wealth nor power can protect their owner from You. Narrated by Muslim. After rising from ruku’ (standing Erect) and saying: o our Lord, and all praise is to You.7.Glorifying (Allah subhanahu wataalah) more than once in ruku’ and sujoud (prostration).8.Saying “O my Lord, forgive me”, more than once between the two sujud (prostrations).9.Supplication after the last tashahud (An invocation that is recited at the middle or end of the Prayer while sitting) : “o Allah, I take refuge with You from the torment of hell, the torment(punishment) of the grave, the sedition of life and death and the sedition of Antichrist”. Narrated by Al-Bukhari and Muslim.· It is desirable that the worshipper does not limit or subject himself to glorification in sujud, rather, he should add to it the supplication he wishes, for this hadith: when a bondman prostrates, he is in the nearest point to his Lord, thus, increase your supplication). Narrated by Muslim.· There are other supplications, if anyone wants them, he may refer to Hissn Al-Muslim (the Muslim’s fort) Al-Qahtani’s book.· All verbal Sunnahs are repeated in every rak’a, except the Opening Du’aa and the supplication after tashahud.· Thus, the total applied verbal Sunnahs in the obligatory prayer, which consist of 17 rak’as, reaches 136 per year, if we say that there are eight repeated practices in every rak’a.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

%d bloggers like this: