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lyesh
12-10-2005, 07:49 PM
Dua is the weapon of a believer.

It will protect you from the evils of enemies.


Dua is the shield of a believer.
It will increase your sustenance.


Dua is more forceful than a sword.


Dua replaces what has been destined and also creates that what has not been destined.


Dua is a form of ibaadat.


Dua removes both the present suffering and that which will come down later.


Dua and sufferings challenge each other until the Day of Judgment, and Dua comes out victorious.


Dua is so powerful that Dua has the power to create and alter fate!!


Ask Allah for what you need so that He will give it to you.


If you keep on knocking the door of Divine Mercy,sooner or later it will be opened for you.


Never get tired of Dua,
Allah has attached much value to it.
Allah says "Let My servants know that I have the power to grant My servants' wishes."


A believer who makes Dua receives one of three things:
1. Either he will quickly have his Dua answered,
2. or he will get in the Hereafter,
3. or something bad will be prevented from him equal to the value of his Dua.


Everything has a proper discipline to it, and so does Dua.
Duas may not be answered when requirements of Dua have not been fulfilled.


Praise Allah Almighty.
Remember Him and thank Him for His blessings.


Send greetings to the Holy Prophet.

Pray your Salaat regularly.

Recite Qur'an regularly. Seek Tauba. Attain Taqwa.


That is the right way for Dua.

It may be that you dislike a thing while it is good for you, and it may be that you love a thing while it is evil for you.
At such times, refer to He who knows the best, and that is Allah.


Allah knows, while we do not know.


So we must make Dua to Allah, then be patient, have faith in His unquestionable decision and trust His absolute wisdom.


Sometimes Allah delays answering the Dua to give a greater reward and a further blessing.

Allah's delay is not Allah's denial.
Allah's timing is perfect.
What we need is Patience and trust.
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Nσσя'υℓ Jαииαн
02-11-2007, 05:07 AM
Masha'Allah, thats beautiful....
Thanks for sharin lychee ;D

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