Supplications of the Prophet
The Virtues of Tahmeed, Tahleel,
and Tasbeeh (6)
The Messenger of Allah
said: "Whoever says: Lã 'ilãha 'illã
'allãhu wahdahu lã shareeka lahu, lahulmulku
wa lahul hamdu wa huwa `alã kulli shay'in qadeerun(7)
times would get the reward of manumitting ten slaves,
one hundred good deeds would be written for him, one
hundred sins would be remitted from him, it would be
a shield for him from the Shaytan that day till night,
and nobody would arrive with better than what he arrived
with except for one that had done more than him."
Tahmeed is to say 'Al-hamdu lillãhi, Tahleel
is to say Lã 'ilãha 'illã 'allãhu,
and Tasbeeh is to say Subhana 'allãhi.
There is no 'ilãh except Allah, no partner
does He have; his is the Kingdom, and to Him is all
Praise, and He is ever-able to do everything.
Reported in Saheeh 'Al-Bukhãri and Saheeh Muslim.
'Al-Albãni included this hadeeth in The
Authentic of Good Sayings as #6.
© 1993 Waleed Al-Essa
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