of the Prophet |
'Ammaru bin Yasirin prayed a prayer (salãt); however,
it was short, so some of the people said to him: You made the salãt very
light - or very brief - He said: Oh! but that's on me. You see I invoked
Allah in my salat with a few invocations which I have heard from the
Messenger of Allah , then when he got up to leave a man from among them
followed him and asked him what the invocation was? So he said:
'Allãhumma bi`ilmikal-ghayba wa qudratika `alal-khalqi, 'ahyinee mã
`alimtal-hayãta khayran lee, wa tawaffanee 'ithã `alimtal-wafãta
khayran lee, 'allãhumma 'innee 'as'aluka khashyataka fil-ghaybi wash-shahadati,
wa 'as'aluka kalimatal-haqqi firridhã wal-ghadhabi, wa 'as'aluka 'al-qasda fil
faqri wal ghinã, wa 'as'aluka na`eeman la yanfadu, wa 'as'aluka qurrata `eynin
la tanqati`u, wa 'as'aluka arridha ba`dal qadã'i, wa 'as'aluka bardal `ayshi
ba`dal mawti, wa 'as'aluka lath-thatan-nathari 'ilã wajhika, wash-shawqa 'ilã
liqã'ika fee ghayri dhrrã'a mudhirratin, wa lã fitnatin mudhillatin,
'allãhumma zayyinnã bizeenatil-'eemani waj`alnã hudãtan
(122) O' my 'ilãh with your knowledge of the hidden, and your ability to create, keep me alive as long as life is good for me according to your knowledee, and take my soul back at the time in your Knowledge that death becomes better for me. O' my 'ilãh I ask You that I fear You in secrecy and in the open. I ask You that I utter the word of Truth at times when I am satisfied and when I am angry, I ask You moderation at times of poverty and wealth, I ask You favors and delight that do not run out, I ask You consolation which does not desist, I ask You acceptance of what is decreed, I ask You cool living after death, I ask You the pleasure of looking at your Face, and a longing to meet You without damage that is harmful, and without a trying misfortune that takes me astray. O' my 'ilãh decorate us with the ornaments of faith, and make us rightly guided guides [to the true religion].
Reported by An-Nisã'ee. Al-Albãni said it was sound, and that so did Al-Hãkim and Ath-Thahabi. It is #87 in The Authentic of Good Sayings.
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