What to Supplicate for your Host

Authentic Supplications of the Prophet
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What to Supplicate for your Host (215)
It is reported by way of 'Anas that the Prophet came to Sa`d bin `Ubãdata , Then he brought some bread and oil [to the Prophet ], so he ate, the the Prophet said: 'Aftara `indakum 'as-sã'imoona, wa 'akala ta`ãmakumu 'al-abrãru, wa sallat `alaykum 'al-malã'ikatu.(230)
Footnotes

May the fasting people break their fast at your place, and may the revering [pious] people eat your food, and may the Angels ask Allah to send His grace and Honor upon you.

Reporters

Reported by 'Abu Dãwood a and others. Al-Albãni said it was of sound ascription, and he included it in The Authentic of Good Sayings as #152.

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