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Beyond Hope and Fear: Learning to Love Prayers

To love prayers be grateful and Allah will increase you.

Make duaa and Allah will respond. 

Repent to Allah and He will accept your repentance.

Look beyond the ritual and remember that the essence of our religion that is rightfully veiled from many is love...



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The Importance of Prayer

A reminder by sister Yasmin Mogahed


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Reverence in Prayer

The remembrance of Allah is the greatest thing in prayer, yet, the remembering of you by Allah is greater than your remembering Him in it, because if He has remembered you, He would grant you wisdom, satisfaction, tranquility, safety, happiness, success, support, and victory.

So, no one knows the rewards of the prayer but Allah...



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You Find it Hard to Pray in Arabic? 4 Tips Will Help You

Scholars have made a distinction between people capable and incapable of learning Arabic. As long as you are capable, do your best until you can recite Al-Fatihah and the essential utterances of Salah.

If you have difficulty learning Arabic, you should at least learn Al-Fatihah, and you can recite the essential utterances of prayer in your own language.

If you have only learned part of Al-Fatihah, you should recite Al-Fatihah as best as you are able, and then glorify Allah, praise Him, magnify Him, and proclaim His Oneness, so that these words of remembrance make up for whatever parts are left out of Al-Fatihah.

However, if after much effort you still cannot learn Al-Fatihah at all or anything of the Quran, you are exempted from the obligation of reciting the Quran on account of your inability to learn it. Allah Says:

Allah burdens not a soul beyond its capacity. (Quran 2:286)

You should instead recite the five utterances of remembrance prescribed by Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him)...

http://aboutislam.net/reading-islam/finding-peace/remembering-allah/you-find-it-hard-to-pray-in-arabic-4-tips-will-help-you/


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Safeguarding Prayer - Shaykh Yahya Rhodus



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La ilaha ill-Allah, Muhammadur Rasulullah
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