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 (92)
The Messenger of Allah after having raised his head from the bow would say 'Allãhumma rabbanã lakal-hamda, mil'as-samãwati, wa mil'al-'ardhi, wa mil'a mã baynahumã, wa mil'a mã shi'ta min shay'in ba`du, 'ahl 'ath-thanã'i wal majdi, 'ahaqqu ma qãlal-`abdu, wa kullunã laka `abdun, 'allãhumma lã mãni`a limã 'a`tayta wa lã mu`tiya limã mana`ta, wa lã yanfa`u thal jaddi minkal-jaddu(109)
Footnotes

(109) O' my 'ilãh our Lord to You is all praise, as much as would fill the Heavens, as much as would fill the Earth, as much as would fill what is in between them, and as much as would fill what ever You will of anything [else] thereafter. Worthy of All-Encomium [Formal expression of Praise] and majd [glory, nobility, dignity, generosity, and elevated ground], the most true of what a bondservant could say, and we are al1 bondservants of Allah: O' my 'ilãh there is none to prevent what You have given, nor is there anyone to give what You have prevented, nor is the jadd [meaning luck, success, wealth, and/or greatness] of a person possessing such jadd any help to that person in the face of anything You have willed.

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Reported by Muslim, and is #75 in The Authentic of Good Sayings

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