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Private Devotions for Morning and Evening from the Qur’an and Sunnah

A collection of Duaa (Invocations) to be used everyday.Twenty four Duaa with references and description of benefits of them and when it is appropriate to use them.Includes, Arabic text, english translation, and transliteration (how to say it).The author said in his introduction, “There are hundreds of benefits associated with Dhikr, the act of rehearsing and […]

  • Saeed Bin Ali Bin Wahf Al-Qahtani
  • Dar-us-Salam Publications
  • 1996
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Private Devotions for Morning and Evening from the Qur’an and Sunnah
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    A collection of Duaa (Invocations) to be used everyday.Twenty four Duaa with references and description of benefits of them and when it is appropriate to use them.Includes, Arabic text, english translation, and transliteration (how to say it).The author said in his introduction, “There are hundreds of benefits associated with Dhikr, the act of rehearsing and celebrating the praises of Allah. The well-known medieval scholar Ibn Al-Qaiyim mentioned more than seventy of these in his book Kitabul-Adhkar. Among the benefits he mentioned were that Dhikr drives away Satan, pleases Allah, the Merciful, and replaces pain and sorrow of the heart with peace happiness and contentment.”

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    • Saeed Bin Ali Bin Wahf Al-Qahtani
    • Dar-us-Salam Publications
    • 1996
    • First
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