When Bowing, Getting up from a Bow, Prostrating, or Sitting in Between Prostrations

Authentic Supplications of the Prophet
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When Bowing, Getting up from a Bow, Prostrating, or Sitting in Between Prostrations (90)
'Awf bin Mãlik said: I stood up in prayer with the Messenger of Allah , thus he stood up and read Surat (Al-Baqarah), not passing upon a verse of mercy except that he would stop and ask Allah, nor would he pass by a verse of torment except that he would stop and solicit Allah's protection from it, he said [in continuation]: Then he bowed for as long as he stood, saying in his bow: Subhãna thil jabarooti wal malakooti, wal kibriyã'i wal `athamati(105)
Then in his prostration he would say the same.
Footnotes

(105) I deem the One with Might, Kingdom, Majesty, and Magnificence to be free of all imperfection.

Reporters

Reported by Abu Dawood, and An-Nisa`ee; and is #73 in The Authentic of Good Sayings.

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