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Arrange your words and deeds every day with ten simple jikirs | Islamic Girls Guide

Arrange your words and deeds every day with ten simple Jikirs








In most cases, you do not have to do much. You do not need holiness for these, you do not have fatigue or physical labor. Rather, you can do these Jikirs when you are walking with others in the society, at work, in everyday conversation, in danger, in good times and bad news, listening to good news and bad news, praying and encouraging someone.

1) Bismillah:

The word Bismillah means, I am starting in the name of Allah. Practice saying Bismillah at the beginning of work.

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said, ‘If every important deed is started without remembering Allaah, then it becomes tailless (unblessed).’ (Musnad Ahmad 14/329)

2) Subhanallah:

The word Subhanallah means Allah is holy and sublime. Practice saying this when you see something amazing happening or when you hear something surprisingly good. For example, Subhanallah! The whole house is on fire, but the Quran is intact!

3) Al Hamdulillah:

The word Al Hamdulillah means, all praise is due to Allah Almighty. Practice saying this as opposed to any good news or good news. . For example, brother, how are you? Reply, Al Hamdulillah, I'm fine.

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said,
The best (dignified) sentence is four -
(1) Subhanallah,
(2) Al Hamdulillah,
(3) La-ila-ha Illallah,
(4) Allaahu Akbar. (Mishkat 2294)

4) Masha Allah:

Masha Allah means the word, as Allah wills. It is used in the same way as the words Al Hamdulillah and Subhanallah. That is, say it in any beautiful and good way. For example, Masha Allah, you have grown up a lot.

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said, ‘Whoever says Masha Allaah la-Qawwata Illa Billah after seeing a wonderful object, he will not be touched by the evil eye.’ (Majmauz Jawaid 5/21)

5) Naujubillah:

The word Naujubillah means we seek refuge in Allah from this. If you see any evil and sinful deed, say it in self-defense.

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said, ‘Seek refuge in Allaah from the terrible danger, the abyss of misfortune, evil destiny and the joy of the enemy.’ (Saheeh Bukhari 6163)

6) Insha Allah:

Insha Allah means the word if Allah wills. Say it if you want to do something good in the future.

Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning): Except for saying, "If Allah wills." (Surat al-Kahf, 23)

7) Astagfirullah:

The word astaghfirullah means I seek forgiveness from Allah Almighty. We will say this if there is any unjust injustice or sin.

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said, ‘By Allaah! I seek forgiveness from Allah more than seventy times a day and repent. '(Sahih Bukhari 6307)

8) Zayakallahu Khaira:

This means that Allah will give you the best reward. If someone does you a favor, tell him not to say thank you, Zayakallahu Khaira.

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said, ‘Whoever is benefited and prays for the benefactor as‘ Zayakallahu Khayra ’, he undoubtedly fully appreciates (the benefactor).’ (Tirmidhi 2035)

9) Innalillah or Innalillahi wa Inna ilaihi ra-jiun:

Meaning, surely we are for Allah Almighty and we will return to Him. We will say this in case of any bad news or danger.

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said, “As long as a Muslim man or woman wakes up after a calamity and recites“ Innalillah or Innalillahi wa Inna ilaihi ra-jiun ”, then Allaah will reward him in a new way. He got the first day of falling into danger. '(Musnad Ahmad 1734)

10) La hawla wala kuwata illa billah:

Meaning, there is no shelter and help except the help and support of Allah Almighty. We should read it to avoid any of Satan's whispers or far-sighted deceptions.

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said, 'You say more and more,' La hawla wala quwata illa billah. ' Because it is included in the gems of Paradise.

Makhul Rah. He said, "Whoever recites La Hawla wal Quwata Illa Billah wala Manjaya Minallahi Illa Ilahi, Allah removes from him seventy kinds of evils, and among them the common or minor danger is poverty." (Tirmidhi 3601)

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