Monday, January 4, 2010
1. Bismillāhi'r Rahmāni'r Rahīm Qul Huwallāhu Ahad Allāhu's Samad lam yalid wa lam yūlad wa lam yakun lahū kufuwan ahad (To be recited three times) 1. In the Name of Allāh, The Beneficent, The Merciful. Say! (O Prophet Muhammad). He, Allāh, is One. Allāh, The Eternally Besought. He begets not, nor is He begotten. And there is none like Him. (112:1-4) 1.Surat al-Ikhlas Abu Hurairah relates that the Prophet (pbuh) said: "Surat al-Ikhlas (Qur'-an, 112) equals one third of the Qur'an." (Narrated by Muslim.) According to al-Tabarani. Abu-Hurairah narrates that the Prophet (pbuh) said: "Whoever recites surat al-Ikhlas eleven times it is as if he read the Qur'an four times; and he would be the best among the people of the earth, as long as he fears Allah." A'isha narrated that a companion, who led an expedition for the Prophet (pbuh), would lead the prayer and end the Qur'anic recitation with Qui huwa Llahu Ahad. When they returned this was mentioned to the Prophet (pbuh) who said: "Ask him why he does so," which they did. He replied: "It is the attribute of al-Rahman (The All-Merciful) and I love to recite it." So the Prophet (pbuh) said: "Tell him that Allah loves him." Anas relates that a man said to the Envoy of Allah: "I love surat al-Ikhlas." He told him: "Love of it will admit you to Paradise." (al-Tirmidhi) 2.Bismillāhi'r Rahmāni'r Rahīm Qul a'ūdhu bi-Rabbbi'l falaq min sharri mā khalaq wa min sharri ghāsiqin idhā waqab wa min sharri'n naffāthāti fi'l 'uqad wa min sharri hāsidin idhā hasad (To be recited three times) 2. In the Name of Allāh, The Beneficent, The Merciful. Say! (O Prophet Muhammad). I take refuge with the Lord of the day-break; from the evil of what He has created; from the evil of the darkness when it gathers; from the evil of the women who blow on knots (practicing witchcraft); and from the evil of the envious when he envies. (113:1-5) 3. Bismillāhi'r Rahmāni'r Rahīm Qul a'ūdhu bi-Rabbi'n-nās Maliki'n nās Ilāhi'n nās min sharri'l waswāsi'l khannās alladhī yuwaswisu fī sudūri'n nās min al-jinnati wa'n nās (To be recited three times) 3. In the Name of Allāh, The Beneficent, The Merciful. Say! (O Prophet Muhammad). I take refuge with The Lord of mankind, The King of mankind, The God of mankind; from the evil of the (devilish) whisperings of one who slinks away; who whispers in the breasts of mankind, from among the jinn and mankind. (114:1-6) 2 & 3. Surat al-Falaq & surat al-Nas (al-Ma'uthatayn) 'Uqbah ibn 'Amir relates that once when he and the Prophet (pbuh) were walking between Juhaifa and al-Abwa, they were hit by a gust of wind and [were shrouded in] intense darkness. Thereupon the Prophet (pbuh) began to recite Qul a'udhu birabbil-falaq and Qul a'udhu birabbin-nas (suras 113 and 114 respectively). The Prophet (pbuh) then said: "O 'Uqbah seek protection from Allah by them, for there is nothing comparable to them when seeking protection." (Narrated by Ibn Daud) The 'Alama Ibn Hajjar said, in relation to this hadith, in his commentary on the Mishkat: "There is nothing more effective in removing, and protecting [oneself from] black magic than reading these (suras) on a regular basis, especially after each prescribed prayer, as we have tried [this and found it to be so]. 4. Rabbi a'ūdhu bika min hamazāti'sh-shayātīn wa a'ūdhu bika Rabbi an yahdurūn (To be recited three times) 4. My Lord! I seek refuge with You from the evil suggestions of the devils. And I seek refuge with You from their presence. (23:97-98 4. Rabbi a'udhu bika min hamazati... It is narrated in a hadith that the Prophet (pbuh) asked for protection against Satan and his followers [with the above formula]. It is also the formula preferred by Imam al-Haddad and is revealed in the Qur'an in surat al-Muminun (23:97-98Imam al-Ghazali included it among the invocations of wudu and many 'Ulama have taken it from him and approved of it. Amr ibn Shubaib relates from his father, who in turn related it from his father that: "The Prophet (pbuh) taught us [the following] words to say when we awoke from our sleep with a start: In the name of Allah, I seek refuge in the complete words of Allah from His anger, His punishment and from the evil among His creation; and my Lord, I seek refuge in You from the insinuations of devils and I seek refuge in You, My Lord, in their presence. 5. Afa-hasibtum annamā khalaqnākum 'abathan wa annakum ilaynā lā turja'ūn Fa-Ta'ālallāhu'l Maliku'l Haqq lā ilāha illā Huwa Rabbu'l 'Arshi'l Karīm Wa man yad'u ma'Allāhi ilāhan ākhara lā burhāna lahū bihī fa innamā hisābuhū 'inda Rabbihī innahū lā yuflihu'l kāfirūn Wa qul Rabbi'ghfir wa'rham wa Anta Khayru'r Rāhimīn (To be recited once) 5. Did you then think that We created you in vain, and that you would not be returned to Us? But Exalted is Allāh, the True King, there is no god but He, Lord of the Honoured Throne. And whosoever calls upon any other god besides Allāh has no authority for this, and his reckoning is with his Lord; undoubtedly, the non-believers will not be successful. And say (O Prophet Muhammad)! My Lord! Forgive and have mercy and You are the Best of those who show mercy.(23:115-118) 5. Afa-hasibtum annama khalaqnakum... Al-Baghawi narrated that Anas said: "'All ibn Mas'ud passed by an afflicted man and he recited the verses Afa-hasibtum annama khalaqnakum 'abathan... to the end of the surat (Qur'an, 23:115-118) and the man was cured; so the Prophet (pbuh) said: "By the One in Whose Hand lies my soul, if a man with certainty was to read it on a mountain it would perish." Muhammad bin Ibrahim narrated from his father that the Prophet (pbuh) sent him on an expedition on which he ordered them to read the above verses in the evenings and mornings. He said they did so and they were protected and victorious. 6.Fa SubhānAllāhi hīna tumsūna wa hīna tusbihūn Wa lahu'l hamdu fi's-samāwāti wa'l ardi wa 'ashiyyan wa hīna tuzhirūn Yukhriju'l hayya min al-mayyiti wa yukhriju'l mayyita min al-hayy wa yuhyi'l arda ba'da mawtihā wa kadhālika tukhrajūn (once) 6. So glorify Allāh when you reach the time of the evening and the time of the morning. And His is the Praise in the heavens and the earth, and (glorify Him) in the late afternoon and when you reach mid-day. He brings forth the living from the dead, And He brings forth the dead from the living, and He gives life to the earth after its death, and in like manner you shall be brought forth (from the dead). (30:17-19) 6. Fa-subhan Allahi hina tumsuna wahlna tusbihun... Abu Daud narrated in his book of Sunan from Ibn 'Abbas that the Prophet (pbuh) said: "Whosoever recites in the morning, Fa-subhanaLlahi hina tumsuna wahma tusbihin... until wa-kadhalika tukhrajun (Qur'an, 30:17-19), will obtain the reward he missed that day; and whosoever recites it in the evening, will obtain the reward he missed that night. 7.A'ūdhu Billāhi's Samī'i'l 'Alīm min ash-shaytāni'r-rajīm (3 times)7.I seek refuge with Allāh, The All-Hearing, The All-Knowing, from satan, the rejected one. 8. Law anzalnā hādha'l Qur'āna 'alā jabalin lara'aytahū khāshi'an mutasaddi'an min khashyatillāh wa tilka'l amthālu nadribuhā li'nnāsi la'allahum yatafakkarūn Huwallāhulladhī lā ilāha illā Huwa 'Ālimu'l ghaybi wa'sh-shahādati Huwa'r Rahmānu'r Rahīm Huwallāhulladhī lā ilāha illā Huwa'l Maliku'l Quddūsu's Salāmu'l Mu'minu'l Muhayminu'l 'Azīzu'l Jabbāru'l Mutakabbir SubhānAllāhi 'amma yushrikūn Huwallāhu'l Khaliqu'l Bāriu'l Musawwiru lahu'l Asmā' u'l Husnā yusabbihu lahū mā fi's-samāwāti wa'l-ardi wa Huwa'l 'Azīzu'l Hakīm (once) 8.If We had sent down this Qur'ān upon a mountain you would certainly have seen it humbled, split asunder out of the fear of Allāh; and such examples We set forth for mankind that they may reflect. He is Allāh, there is no god but He, The Knower of the invisible and the visible; He is The Beneficent, The Merciful. He is Allāh, there is no god but He, The King, The Most Holy, The Bestower of Peace, The Granter of Security, The Guardian, The Mighty, The Compeller, The Supreme in Greatness; Transcendent is Allāh beyond what they ascribe as partner (with Him). He is Allāh, The Creator, The Maker, The Shaper; to Him belong the Most Beautiful Names; all that is in the heavens and the earth glorifies Him, and He is The Mighty, The Wise. (59:21-24) 7 & 8. Audhu billahi assami al-'Alimi min-ashshaytanir-rajim Ma'qal bin Yasar narrated that the Prophet (pbuh) said: "Whosoever recites, Audhu billahi assami' al-'Alim minashsytanir-rajim, three times and recites the last three verses of surat al-Hashr (Qur'an 59:22-24), Allah will appoint seventy thousands angels who shall pray for him until sundown, and if he dies that day, he will die a martyr. And whosoever recites these verses at sundown, he shall achieve the same. 9. Salāmun 'alā Nūhin fi'l 'ālamīn Innā kadhālika najzi'l muhsinīn Innahū min 'ibādina'l mu'minīn (once) 9. Peace be upon (Prophet) Nūh among all beings. Thus indeed do We reward the righteous. Undoubtedly, he is among our most believing devotees. (37:79-81) 9) Salamun 'ala Nuhin fil-'alamin Ibn 'Asakir narrated that Abi Umamah said that the Prophet (pbuh) said: "Whosoever recites in the evening, Salamun 'ala Nuhin fil-'alamin, inna kadhalika najzi'l-muhsinin, innahu min 'ibad-ina 'l-mu 'minin, no scorpion will sting him that night. 10.A'ūdhu bi-Kalimātillāhi't-tāmmāti min sharri mā khalaq (3 times)10.I seek refuge in the complete words of Allāh from the evil in what He has created. 10. A'udhu bi kalimati-Llahit-tammati min sharri ma khalaq In Sahih Muslim it is narrated from Abu Hurairah that the Prophet(pbuh) said: "Whosoever says at nightfall, A'udhu bi kalimati-Llahit-tammati min sharri ma khalaq, no harm shall affect him. And in another hadith a man came to the Prophet (pbuh) and said:"What an affliction I received from a scorpion last night!" The Prophet (pbuh) replied: "If you had said, when night fell, A'udhu bi kalimati-Llahit-tammati min sharri ma khalaq, it would not have harmed you." 11.Bismillāhilladhī lā yadurru ma'a Ismihī shay'un fi'l ardi wa lā fi's-samā'i wa Huwa's Samī'u'l 'Alīm (3 times) 11.In the Name of Allāh Who causes no harm to come together with His Name from anything in earth or in heaven, and He is The All-Hearing, The All-Knowing 11.Bismi-Llahi-lladhi layadurru... Al-Tirmidhi and Abu Daud narrated that 'Uthman Ibn 'Affan said that the Prophet (pbuh) said: "Whosoever says: BismiLlahi-lladhi layadurru ma'a-ismihi shay'un fil- ardi wa lafis- sama'i, wa huwas-Sami'ul-'Alim, three times, no harm shall come to them." And in another narration: "No sudden affliction will reach him." 12. Allāhumma innī asbahtu minka fī ni'matin wa 'āfiyatin wa sitrin fa atmim ni'mataka 'alayya wa 'āfiyataka wa sitraka fi'd-dunyā wa'l ākhira (3 times) (In the evenings, recite: amsaytu instead of asbahtu) 12. O Allāh! Morning dawns upon me with blessings, good health and protection from You, so bestow upon me complete blessings, good health and protection from You, in this world as well as the Hereafter. 12. Allahumma inni asbahtu minka. . . Ibn Assuni narrated that Ibn 'Abbas said that the Prophet (pbuh) said: "Whosoever says, Allahumma inni asbahtu minka fi ni'matin wa 'afiyatin wa sitr; fa-atmim ni'mataka 'alayya wa 'afiyataka wa sitraka fid-dunya wal- akhira, three times in the morning and evening makes it incumbent upon Allah to complete His provisions upon him. 13.Allāhumma innī asbahtu ush'hiduka wa ush'hidu hamalata 'arshika wa malāikataka wa jamī'a khalqika annaka Antallāhu lā ilāha illā Anta Wahdaka lā sharīka laka wa anna Muhammad-an 'Abduka wa Rasūluk (4 times) (Note: In the evenings, recite: amsaytu instead of asbahtu) 13.O Allāh! As morning dawns upon me, I bear testimony before You and before the angels who carry Your Throne and all Your angels and all of Your creation that truly, You are Allāh, there is no god but You, The One and Only God without any partner, and that truly, Muhammad is Your special devotee and Your Prophetic Messenger. 13. Allahumma inni asbahtu ush-hiduka. . . Abu Daud narrated that Anas bin Malik said that the Prophet (pbuh) said: "When one says, Allahumma inni asbahtu ushhiduka, wa ushhidu hamamalata 'arshika... (until the end of the dua), Allah will free a quarter of him from the fire, and if he recites it twice Allah will free half of him, and if he recites it three times Allah will free three quarters of him, and if he recites it four times [Allah will] free him from the fire." 14. Al-hamdu Lillāhi Rabbi'l 'ālamīn hamdan yuwāfī ni'amahū wa yukāfi'u mazīdah (3 times) 14. All Praise is for Allāh, Lord of the worlds; such complete praise that lives up to His favours and is sufficient (to thank Him) for the increase (in His favours). 14.Alhamdu- liLlahi Rabbil-'alamin hamdan. .. Imam al-Nawawi narrates in his book, Al-Adhkar, in the chapter on 'Praise' (Al-Hamd), that Abi Nasr al-Tammar, on the authority of Mohammad ibn al-Nadhr, said: "Adam said to Allah: 'O Lord, you have occupied my time with hard work to earn a living, so teach me something that encompasses all praise and all glorification.' So Allah revealed to him: O Adam, say three times in the morning and evening, Alhamdu-liLlahi Rabbil- 'alamin, hamdan yuwafi ni'amahu wa yukafi'u mazidah. This encompasses all praise and glorification." 15. Āmantu Billāhi'l 'Azīm wa kafartu bi'l jibti wat-tāghūti wa'stamsaktu bi'l 'urwati'l wuthqā lanfisāma lahā Wallāhu Samī'un 'Alīm (3 times) 15. I believe in Allāh, The Incomparably Great, and I reject the sorcerers and the idols, and I hold fast to the firmest handhold that never breaks, and Allāh is All-Hearing, All-Knowing. 15. Amantu bi Llahil-'Adhim, wa kafartu bil-jibti... Al-Hafidh al-Mundhari narrated in al-Targhib wa al-Tarhib from Maka'id al-Shaitan of ibn abi al-Dunya that 'Urwa ibn Zubair would seek protection by reading, three times in the morning and three times at night, amantu bi'Llahi'l-'Adhim, wa kafartu bil- jibtu wat-taghut, wastamsaktu bil-urwatil-wuthqa, la infisama laha, waLlahu Sami'un 'Alim. 16. Radītu Billāhi Rabban wa bi'l Islāmi dīnā wa bi Sayyidinā Muhammad-in Sallallāhu 'alayhi wa sallama Nabiyyan wa Rasūlā (3 times) 16. I am content with Allāh as Lord, and with Islām as religion, and with our master Sayyidinā Muhammad, may Allāh's blessings and peace be upon him, as Prophet and Messenger (of Allāh). 16. Radiitu biLlahi Rabban, wa bil-islami dinan... Thawban narrates that the Prophet (pbuh) said: "Whoever says, Raditu biLlahi Rabban, wa bil-islami dinan, wa bi-Muhammadan (pbuh), nabiyyan wa rasula, Allah will suffice him. Al-Habib Ahmad bin 'Alawi Jamal al-Layl said that one of the reasons for a good ending (husna al-khdtima) is diligency in this prayer. 17. Hasbiyallāhu lā ilāha illā Huwa 'alayhi tawakkaltu wa Huwa Rabbu'l 'Arshi'l 'Azīm (7 times) 17. Allāh is sufficient for me, there is no god but He; in Him do I put my complete trust, and He is the Lord of the Great Throne. (9:129) 17. Hasbiya Llahu la ilaha illa Huwa . . . Abi Darda narrates that the Prophet (pbuh) said: "Whoever says in the morning and evening, Hasbiya Llahu la ilaha ilia Huwa, 'alayhi tawakkaltu, wa Huwa Rabbul-'Arshil-'Adhim: Allah will suffice all his matters - [both] worldly and in the hereafter. 18. Allāhumma salli 'alā Sayyidinā Muhammad-in wa ālihī wa sahbihī wa sallim (10 times) 18. O Allāh! Bless our master Sayyidinā Muhammad, and his Family, and his Companions, and bestow peace upon them. 18. Invoking blessings and prayers upon the Prophet (pbuh) The Prophet (pbuh) said: "He who invokes blessings and prayers upon me in the morning and evening ten times, my intercession will be incumbent for him." He also said: "Whoever invokes blessing and prayers upon me once, Allah will bless him ten times." The hadiths on the merit of invoking blessings upon the Prophet (pbuh) are many, and many books have been written on this. 19.Allāhumma innī as'aluka min fujā'ati'l khayr wa a'ūdhu bika min fujā'atish-sharr (once) 19. O Allāh! I implore you for good and sudden surprises, and I seek refuge in You from bad surprises. 19. Allahumma inni as'aluka min fuja'atil-khayri Anas narrates that the Prophet (pbuh)used to recite, in the morning and evenings, Allahumma inni as'aluka min fuja'atil-khayri, wa A'udhu bika min fuja'atish-sharr. 20. Allāhumma Anta Rabbī lā ilāha illā Anta khalaqtanī wa anā 'abduka wa anā 'alā 'ahdika wa wa'dika ma'stata'tu a'ūdhu bika min sharri mā sana'tu abū'u laka bi ni'matika 'alayya wa abū'u bi dhanbī fa'ghfir lī fa innahū lā yaghfiru'dh-dhunūba illā Anta (once) 20. O Allāh! You are my Lord. None is to be worshipped but You. You created me and I am Your servant, and I am faithful to Your covenant and Your promise a much as I can. I seek refuge with You from the evil of what I have done. I acknowledge before You all the blessings You have bestowed upon me, and I confess to You my sins, so forgive me, for truly, nobody can forgive sins except You. 20. Sayyid al-lstighfar (the Master of Asking Forgiveness) In the Sahih al-Bukhari, Shaddad ibn Aws narrates that the Prophet (pbuh) said: "The master of istighfar (asking forgiveness) is: Allahumma anta Rabbi, la ilaha ilia anta... (until the end of the du'a')," and then he said: "whoever says it with certainty in the morning and dies on that day will enter paradise." 21. Allāhumma Anta Rabbī lā ilāha illā Anta 'alayka tawakkaltu wa Anta Rabbu'l 'Arshi'l 'Azīm (once) 21. O Allāh! You are my Lord, there is no god but You. I put my complete trust in You, and You are The Lord of the Great Throne. 22. Mā shā Allāhu kāna wa mā lam yasha' lam yakun wa lā hawla wa lā quwwata illā Billāhi'l 'Aliyyi'l 'Azīm (once) 22. What Allāh wishes, happens; and what He does not wish, does not happen; and there is no power and no strength except by Allāh, The Most High, The Incomparably Great. 23.. A'lam Annallāha 'alā kulli shay'in Qadīr wa Annallāha qad ahāta bi kulli shay'in 'ilmā (once) 23. I know that indeed Allāh is Powerful over all things, and that indeed Allāh encompasses all things in His Knowledge. 24. Allāhumma innī a'ūdhu bika min sharri nafsī wa min sharri kulli dābbatin Anta ākhidhun bi nāsiyatihā inna Rabbī 'alā Sirātin Mustaqīm (once) 24. O Allāh! I seek Your protection from the evil of my soul, and from the evil of every moving creature You have taken by the forelock. Indeed, it is my Lord Who is on the Straight Path (of truth and justice). 21-24. Allahumma anta Rabbi, la ilaha ilia ant, 'alayka . . . Tariq ibn Habib said: "A man came to Abi Darda and said, 'O Abi Darda your house is burning!' He replied: 'No it is not. Allah, Almighty, would never allow that - based on the words I heard from the Envoy of Allah (pbuh). Whoever says them at daybreak, no afflication will befall him until night time, and whoever says them at the end of sunset no affliction will befall him until the following morning; Allahumma anta Rabbi, la ilaha illa ant, 'alayka tawakkaltu... (until the end of the du'a).'" And in another narration: "Nothing that he dislikes will befall him, his family or his possessions, and I have said those words today and they are: Allahumma anta Rabbi, la ilaha illa ant, 'alayka tawakkaltu... (until the end of the du'a). Then, Abi Darda rose and headed towards his house, and everyone went with him. When they arrived at his house they found that all the surrounding houses had burnt except his house. 25. Yā Hayyu Yā Qayyūm bi Rahmatika astaghīth wa min 'adhābika astajīr aslih lī sha'nī kullahū wa lā takilnī ilā nafsī wa lā ilā ahadin min khalqika tarfata 'ayn (once) 25. O The Ever-Living, The Self-Existing by Whom all subsist, I cry out to Your mercy for succour, and from Your punishment I seek protection. Make righteous all my affairs, and do not leave me to myself or to anyone from Your creation even for the blink of an eye. 25. Ya Hayyu Ya Qayyumi Bi-rahmatika astaghithu . . . Anas narrates that when a matter worried the Prophet(pbuh),he would say: " Ya Hayyu Ya Qayyumi Bi-rahmatika astaghithu wa min 'adhdbika astajir. Aslihli sha 'ni kullahu wa la takilni ila nafsi wa la ila ahadin min khalqika tarfata 'ayn." 26. Allāhumma innī a'ūdhu bika mina'l hammi wa'l hazan wa a'ūdhu bika mina'l-'ajzi wa'l kasal wa a'ūdhu bika minal jubni wa'l bukhl wa a'ūdhu bika min ghalabati'd dayn wa qahri'r-rijāl (once) 26. O Allāh! I seek refuge in You from anxiety and grief, and I seek refuge in You from weakness and laziness, and I seek refuge in You from cowardice and miserliness, and I seek refuge in You from being overwhelmed by debt, and the tyranny of men. 26. Allahumma inni a'udhu bika mina l- hammi wal hazan. . . Abi-Sa'id al-Khudari narrates that the Envoy of Allah (pbuh) once entered the mosque, at a time not appointed for any prescribed prayer, and he saw a man from the Ansar, named Abu-Umamah, sitting therein. He said to him: "0 Abu Umamah, why do I see you sitting in the mosque at a time not for any prescribed prayer?" Abu Umamah replied: "Grief and debts are cleaved unto me, O Envoy of Allah." The Envoy of Allah (pbuh) said: "Shall I teach you some words by which, if you recite them, Allah will remove your grief and discharge your debts?" He said: "Yes, O Envoy of Allah." The Envoy of Allah said: "Say, in the morning and evening: Allahumma inni a'udhu bika mina l-hammi wal hazan, wa a'udhu bika minal-'ajzi wal-kasal, wa a'udhu bika minal-jubni wal-bukhl, wa a'udhu bika min ghalabatid-dayni wa qahrir-rijal. " He said: "I did what the Envoy of Allah asked me to and Allah removed my grief and discharged my debts." 27. Allāhumma innī as'aluka'l 'āfiyata fi'd-dunyā wa'l ākhirah, Allāhumma innī as'aluka'l 'afwa wa'l 'āfiyata wa'l mu'āfāta'd-dā'imata fī dīnī wa dunyāya wa ahlī wa mālī (once) (once) 27. O Allāh! I seek of You well-being in this world as well as in the Hereafter. O Allāh! I ask of You pardon, well-being and continuous safety, in my religion, my daily life, my family and my possessions. 28. Allāhumma'stur 'awrātī wa āmin raw'ātī (once) 28. O Allāh! Cover my shame and calm down my fears. 29.Allāhummahfaznī min bayni yadayya wa min khalfī wa 'an yamīnī wa 'an shimālī wa min fawqī wa a'ūdhu bi 'azamatika an ughtāla min tahtī (once) 29. O Allāh! Safeguard me from in front of me and from behind me, and from my right and from my left, and from above me, and I seek refuge in Your Greatness from unexpected harm from below me. 27-29.Allahumma inni as- 'aluka al 'afiya . . . Ibn 'Umar narrates that Prophet (pbuh) used to recite the following dua in the mornings and evenings: Allahumma inni as-'aluka al'afiya fid-dunyd wal akhira, Allahumma inni as-'aluka al 'afu wal-'afiyata wa-l mu'dfati-d- da'imatafi dim wa dunydya wa ahli wa mali. 30 Allāhumma Anta khalaqtanī wa Anta tahdīnī wa Anta tut'imunī wa Anta tasqīnī wa Anta tumītunī wa Anta tuhyīnī (once) 30. O Allāh! You created me, and You guide me, and You provide me with food, and You provide me with drink, and You shall cause me to die, and You give me life. 30. Allahumma anta khalaqtani wa anta tahd mi.. . Samrah bin Jundub narrates that the Envoy of Allah (pbuh) said: "Whoever says in the morning and evening: Allahumma anta khalaqtani wa anta tahdini, wa anta tut 'imuni wa anta tasqlni, wa anta tumituni wa anta tuhyini wa anta 'ala kulli shay'in qadir, seven times there is nothing that he askes Allah that He would not give him."In his Wird al-Kabir Imam al-Haddad mentions that this du 'a. should be recited seven times. 31. Asbahnā 'alā fitrati'l Islām wa 'alā Kalimati'l Ikhlās wa 'alā dīni Nabiyyinā Muhammad-in Sallallāhu 'alayhi wa ālihi wa sallam wa 'alā millati abīnā Ibrāhīma Hanīfan Musliman wa mā kāna min al-mushrikīn (once) (In the evenings, recite: Amsaynā instead of Asbahnā) 31.We have risen this morning on the original pattern of Islām, and on the Word of Sincerity, and on the religion of our Prophet Muhammad, may Allāh's blessings and peace be upon him and his Family, and on the creed of our fore-father (Prophet) Ibrāhīm who was upright, a Muslim, and not an idolater. 31. Asbahna 'ala fitratil-islam. . . 'Abdul-Rahman ibn Abri said that the Envoy of Allah used to recite, when he rose in the morning: Asbahna 'ala fitratil-islam, wa 'ala kalimatil-ikhlasi, wa 'ala dini nabiyyina Muhammadin, salla-Llahu 'alayhi wa alihi wa sallam, wa 'ala millati abina Ibrahima, hanifan, Musliman, wa ma kana mina-l-mushrikin. 32. Allāhumma bika asbahnā wa bika amsaynā wa bika nahyā wa bika namūtu wa ilayka'n nushūr (once) (Note: In the evenings, recite: wa ilayka'l masīr, instead of wa ilayka'n nushūr) 32. O Allāh! By Your wish we have arisen this morning; and by Your wish we come to the evening, and by Your will we live, and by Your will, we die; and to You is the arising (on the Day of Judgment). 32. Allahumma bika asbahna Abu-Hurairah narrated that the Prophet (pbuh) used to say in the morning: "Allahumma bika asbahna, wa bika amsayna, wa bika nahya, wa bika namutu, wa ilayka-n-nushur. " 33. Asbahnā wa asbaha'l mulku Lillāhi wa'l hamdu Lillāhi Rabbi'l 'ālamīn (once) (Note: In the evenings, recite: Amsaynā wa amsa'l mulku, instead of Asbahnā wa asbaha'l mulku) 33. We have arisen this morning and all the Kingdom of Allāh has arisen, purely for the sake of Allāh; and all Praise is for Allāh, Lord of the worlds. 34. Allāhumma innī as'aluka khayra hādha'l yawm fathahū wa nasrahū wa nūrahū wa barakatahū wa hudāh (once) (In the evenings, recite: hādhihi'llaylah fathahā wa nasrahā wa nūrahā wa barakatahā wa hudāhā) 34. O Allāh! I ask of You (to give me) the goodness of this day, its (spiritual) openings, its help, its light, its blessings and right guidance. 35. Allāhumma innī as'aluka khayra hādha'l yawm wa khayra mā fīhi wa a'ūdhu bika min sharri hādha'l yawm wa sharri mā fīhi (once) (In the evenings, recite: hādhihi'llaylah instead of hādha'l yawm, and fīhā instead of fīhi) 35. O Allāh! I ask of You (to give me) the goodness of this day and the best of what is in it, and I seek Your protection against the evil of this day and the bad that is in it. 33-35. Asbahna wa asbaha-l-mulku li'Llahi . . . It was narrated by Abu Daud Ibn Malik al-Ash'ari (pbuh) that the Envoy of Allah (pbuh) said: "When you rise in the morning say: Asbahna wa asbaha-l-mulku liLlahi wal-hamdu lil-Llahi Rabbi-l- 'alamm... wa sharri ma fihi, wa sharri ma qablahu wa sharri ma ba'dah, and in the evening you should say the same." 36. Allāhumma mā asbaha bī min ni'matin aw bi ahadin min khalqiqa fa minka Wahdaka lā sharīka laka falaka'l Hamdu walaka'sh shukru 'alā dhālik (once) (In the evenings, recite: amsā instead of asbaha) 36. O Allāh! Whatever favours I or anyone else in Your creation received this morning are from You Alone. You are the One and Only (God worthy of worship) without any partner. So for You is the Praise and for You is the thanks for that. 36. Allahumma ma asbaha bi min ni'matin... 'Abdullah bin Ghannam narrated that the Envoy of Allah (pbuh) said: "He who says, Allahumma ma asbaha bi min ni'matin aw bi-ahadin min khalqika faminka wahdaka la sharika laka, falaka-l-hamdu wa laka-shukru 'ala dhalik; has fulfilled his thanks [towards Allah], for that day; and he who says it in the evening has fulfilled his thanks for that night. 37. SubhānAllāhi wa bi Hamdihī (100 times) 37. Glorified is Allāh by His Own Praise. 38. SubhānAllāhi'l 'Azīm wa bi Hamdihī (100 times) 38. Glorified is Allāh, The Incomparably Great, by His Own Praise. 37. SubhānAllāhi wa bi Hamdihī (100 times) Glorified is Allāh by His Own Praise. A person who utters this prayer will bring with a means of sustaining himself (on the Day of Judgement) better than every one except the person who would have uttered the same payer as many times as he has done or more times than he. 38. SubhānAllāhi'l 'Azīm wa bi Hamdihī (100 times) Glorified is Allāh, The Incomparably Great, by His Own Praise. (ref to 37-38 two phrases which are loved very dearly by Allah Both are very light on the tongue yet they a re very heavy on the Balance.) 39. SubhānAllāhi wa'l Hamdu Lillāhi wa lā ilāha Illallāhu Wallāhu Akbar (100 times) 39. Glorified is Allāh, and all Praise is for Allāh, and none is worthy of worship but Allāh and Allāh is Supremely Great. 39. SubhānAllāhi wa'l Hamdu Lillāhi wa lā ilāha Illallāhu Wallāhu Akbar (100 times) Glorified is Allāh, and all Praise is for Allāh, and none is worthy of worship but Allāh and Allāh is Supremely Great. 40. Lā ilāha Illallāhu Wahdahū lā sharīka lahū lahu'l Mulku wa lahu'l Hamdu wa Huwa 'alā kulli shay'in Qadīr (100 times, to be recited in the mornings only) 40. There is no god but Allāh. He is One. He has no partner. His is the Kingdom and His is the Praise, and He is Powerful over all things. 40. Lā ilāha Illallāhu Wahdahū lā sharīka lahū lahu'l Mulku wa lahu'l Hamdu wa Huwa 'alā kulli shay'in Qadīr (100 times, to be recited in the mornings only) There is no god but Allāh. He is One. He has no partner. His is the Kingdom and His is the Praise, and He is Powerful over all things.