In this sense Dua is very important in the life of Muslims because Dua is like a conversation with Allah Almighty in which we put our needs before Him and ask His help in the resolution of our problems. Dua is not only a submission about our need before Allah Almighty but it is a form of worship as well.... read more ›
Dua, according to a Hadith, has the unique ability to change destiny (Tirmidhi). All the Prophets (peace be upon them), as we find in Qur'an, resorted to supplications as their ultimate 'weapon' to solicit Allah's help when all their efforts would fail while reforming nations in their respeoctive hostile environments.... continue reading ›
In the Holy Quran, Allah says "I will respond you." (Chapter 40: Verse 60). So being a Muslim, we should make as much dua as possible as your Allah has promised to respond. Not only in Laylatul-Qadr whenever you pray, but you should also recite this dua in your supplication.... see more ›
Others find it appropriate to offer dua at any point during prayer, including opening or closing prayer with it, but either way each of the five daily salah provide a perfect opportunity to make dua. It is always required to perform wudu (ritual washing) and face qibla (toward the Kaaba in Mecca) during salah.... view details ›
How do we know if Allah has accepted our Dua Sheikh Assim Al Hakeem... see details ›
Here we have 6 types of people whose Dua is always accepted by Allah. According to Prophet Muhammad ﷺ, whenever a Muslim makes a Dua to Almighty Allah, HE accepts his supplication or avert any similar kind of trouble from him and until he prays for something sinful or something that may break the ties of kinship.... read more ›
In the Qur'an there are forty duas which were revealed that begin with the Arabic word Rabbana (رَبَّنَا) meaning, 'Our Lord'. The verse then continues by asking Allah (swt) of something, forgiveness, wealth, success, prosperity, protection, safety, victory etc,.... view details ›
- Start off with salawat on the prophet saw (Allahummasalli…) ...
- Use Allah's beautiful names to call Him. ...
- Praise Allah as He deserves.
- Face the qiblah. ...
- Raise your hands into the position of making dua.
- Have faith that your dua will be accepted and Allah will respond one way or another.
Prerequisites for your dua to be accepted
You must repent for your sins (make tawba). You should remove all the unlawful things from your life. Ensure you are performing the basics: praying five times a day, paying zakat, fasting in Ramadan, etc. You should make dua with sincerity and a focused mind and heart.... see details ›
A personal or private prayer, invocation, or supplication (as contrasted with ritual worship).... see details ›
Ayat al-Kursi is regarded as the greatest verse of Quran according to hadith. The verse is regarded as one of the most powerful in the Quran because when it is recited, the greatness of God is believed to be confirmed.... see details ›