Thursday, 10 April 2014

My Reflections On Asma-Al-Husna (3)

16. Al-Wahhaab - The Bestower
For a particular need to be fulfilled, if we observe sajdah three times and then lift our hands in dua and recite this name of Allah 100 times, HE will fulfill our  needs. In-Shaa-Allah. 

17. Ar-Razzaaq - The Provider
4:64  Allah, it is He Who has made for you the earth as a dwelling place and the sky as a canopy, and has given you shape and made your shapes good (looking) and has provided you with good things. That is Allah, your Lord, then blessed be Allah, the Lord of the Alamin (mankind, jinns and all that exists).
51:58  Verily, Allah is the All-Provider, Owner of Power, the Most Strong.
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18. Al-Fattaah - The Opener (of the Doors of Mercy)
If we recite this name of Allah 70 times after Fajr prayer, Allah will illumunate our hearts with the Noor of Imaan. In-Shaa-Allah.   

19. Al-'Aleem - The All-Knowing
If we recite this name of Allah abundantly, Allah will open the gates of knowledge and wisdom for us. In-Shaa-Allah.

20. Al-Qaabid - The Restrainer
HE is the One who constricts. All existence is in the power of Allah. Our lives in this planet are tests for us, but Allah does not test us above our ability.

21. Al-Baasit – The Reliever
HE is the one who releases adundance, joy, relief and ease after difficulties.
If we recite this name of Allah 10 times daily by lifting our hands wehm making dua after Salaat-ud-Doha and thereafter pass our hands across the face (as when finishing dua), Allah will grant us self-sufficiency and independence. In-Shaa-Allah. 

22. Al-Kaafid – The One Who Humbles
Allah is the Most High who raises HIS creatures to honour and fame and who can case them down to the lowest of the low.
If we recite this name of Allah 500 times, Allah will fulfill our needs and remove all our difficulties, In-Shaa-Allah.

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