اللهم…

Oh Allah

إنَّك عفوٌّ

You are forgiving

تُحِبُّ العفوَ

You love to forgive

فاعفُ عنَّا

So forgive us


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Dua’a for Layla tul Qadr

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Aisha bint Al-Siddiq [RA] asked, “what if I knew which night Laylatul Qadr was, then what should I say in it?
Prophet [saw] said, “Say:

O Allah, You are all forgiving, and you love to forgive therefore forgive me. 
[Tirmidhi and Ibn Majah]

Dear Allah. Tonight. And each night from tonight. Please forgive our sins. Open the doors of mercy to us all. Ameen
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The Prophet ﷺ said: “Du’a of the fasting person is answered.”
Sahih Bukhari, No.5065. (via wayofthesalaf)
O’ God, please,
make me focused on you, not
your creations.
As they break my heart,
and you fix it.

Supplication, by Hadeia Adel. (via hello-hadeia-nour)
If the pains of this world tire you, do not grieve. For it may be that Allah wishes to hear your voice by way of duaa. So pour out your desires in prostration and forget about it and know; that verily Allah does not forget it.
Ibn al Qayyim (ra)

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في دعائك تذكرني

hello-hadeia-nour:

When you tell me
‘You are always in my prayers’,
I feel so happy,
because it makes me feel that our souls are connected,
And that I always cross your mind.

Sometimes Allah allows you to taste the bitterness of this world so you could fully appreciate the sweetness of faith.
Omar Suleiman  (via zsrmx)

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As for those who forsake the domain of evil, and are driven from their homelands, and suffer hurt in My cause, and fight [for it], and are slain - I shall most certainly efface their bad deeds, and shall most certainly bring them into gardens through which running waters flow, as a reward from God: for with God is the most beauteous of rewards.
The Holy Quran (3:195)

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Never marry a man who doesn’t pray, how can you give your heart to someone who’s heart has never tasted the sweetness of sujood?
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