Omar Suleiman

Prayers of the Pious

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This inspirational collection of prayers and reminders is the perfect companion for anyone who wishes to connect to the Divine.

Shaykh Omar Suleiman provides us with thirty short prayers taken from the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad and the early generations, each with a short reminder to deepen the impact of the prayer in our lives.

Prayers of the Pious provides spiritual gems that serve as valuable wisdom and practical advice for the soul.

By reading this short work with an attentive heart, the reader can cultivate love for God and His Messenger and live life with gratitude and contentment.
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126 printed pages
Original publication
2019
Publication year
2019
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    Mustafa Ateshas quoted2 years ago
    the most important duʿā’ to always keep in mind is that for guidance: Guide us to understand Your message properly; guide us to practise the Sunnah of Your Prophet (peace be upon him) properly; guide us to see our faults and our shortcomings. Guide us so that we do not unknowingly take a path that leads us away from You
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    May Allah (glorified and exalted is He) give us good character and may He allow that character to not just be true to His creation but allow it to be a reflection of our sincerity towards our Creator. May He help us not to hurt anyone knowingly or unknowingly so that they testify against us on the Day of Judgement and hurt us or cause us doom, and forgive us for the harm that we do, either knowingly or unknowingly. Help us control our tongue and other parts in transgressing others’ lives, property and honour, knowingly or unknowingly, and may Allah (glorified and exalted is He) enter us into Jannah by His mercy and our good character. Āmīn.
    Mustafa Ateshas quoted2 years ago
    He replied, ‘O Umm al-Dardā’! Verily a Muslim beautifies his character, and as a result of that he treats people so well that they make duʿā’ for him (they supplicate for him) until he enters Jannah because of their prayers. And a Muslim who corrupts his character until he hurts someone due to that bad character, then someone supplicates against him and he enters Hellfire as a result of that.’ Therefore, the only thing that Abū al-Dardā’ (may Allah be pleased with him) wished for was good character, because if that character is genuine and sincere, not only does it mean that he had a genuine connection with Allah (glorified and exalted is He) but because of the goodness in himself, everyone that he came into contact with will testify in his favour on the Day of Judgement

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