Supplications of the Prophet
Remembrance of Allah at Both Ends
of the Day (19)
used to teach his companions, saying: "As anyone of
you enters upon morning let him say: 'Allãhumma
bika 'asbahnã, wa bika 'amsaynã, wa bika
nahyã, wa bika namuto, wa 'ilayka 'an-nushooru(35)
and when he enters upon evening let him say: 'Allãhumma
bika 'amsaynã,wabika 'asbahna wa bika nahyã,
wa bika namuto, wa 'ilayka 'al maseeru(36)
O' my Allah, by You we entered upon morning, by You
we entered upon evening., by You we live, by You we
die, and to You is the resurrection.
O' my Allah, by You we entered upon evening, by You
we entered upon morning, by You we live, by You we
die, and to You is the destiny.
Reported by At-Tirmithi and he said it was comely-sound.
Al-Albãni agreed but he said that the addition
of what to say at night was sound, yet reported by
Ibn Mãjah not At-Tirmithi. Al-Albãni
included this hadeeth in The Authentic of Good
Sayings as #19.
© 1993 Waleed Al-Essa
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