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Free Printable of 30 Quranic & Masnoon Duas


by Team AYEINA and Rayeesa

الدعاء هو العبادة‏ 

The Prophet (ﷺ) said, “Du’a (supplication) is worship.” [Abu Dawud]

Dua – a beautiful word for “supplication” in Arabic. Its root words are د ع و Dal-Ayn-Waw ) which means to seek, desire, ask, demand, call upon, invoke, ascribe, cry out, call out to, pray, supplicate, etc.
It is a powerful weapon of the believer. If his/her dua gets accepted, there’s khair in it. If it doesn’t get accepted, it could either be a source of salvation in the Hereafter or a way to ward off evil from you.

In short, a dua can result in the following:

1)  Allah will answer immediately.

2) Allah will postpone it for a better time and we’ll be rewarded for our patience in shaa Allah.

3) It will be rejected because Allah knows what’s best for us and it can help ward off harm in Dunya or Aakhirah (here or hereafter).

The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said, “Whenever a Muslim supplicates Allah, He accepts his supplication or averts any similar kind of trouble from him until he prays for something sinful or something that may break the ties of kinship.” Upon this, someone of the Companions said: “Then we shall supplicate plenty.” The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said, “Allah is more plentiful (in responding).” [At- Tirmidhi].

 So, what are the secrets behind a dua that gets accepted?

1) Supplicate for others.

Make dua for others what you want for yourself. As Muslims, we are supposed to feel the pain of other Muslims and pray for them. Life can throw us into the same situation where we might need duas from others.

“He who supplicates for his brother behind his back (in his absence), the Angel commissioned (for carrying supplication to his Lord) says: Amen, and it is for you also”.[Sahih Muslim]

You can ask people to make dua for you as well. This is a tacky situation sometimes as there’s a fine line between depending on Allah alone or thinking that someone’s intercession is divine. Please know that nobody can fulfill your wishes except Allah so asking others to make dua for you can simply be a way to connect. This does not mean that you go to a righteous scholar etc. with the intention that their dua will ALWAYS be heard. By the end of the day, if Allah doesn’t will, nothing can be done. He has complete authority. But this does not mean that we can’t ask people to pray for us. We may not even have to ask people for a dua if we help them out, solve their problems, and be of use to them. Duas may pour out directly from their hearts. You can book your trial class with Mishkah Academy for online Quran, Arabic, and Islamic Studies with a tutor for better knowledge in shaa Allah. 

Right-click the below image and click “save as…” to download the FREE Dua List Printable (without the watermark). If you print it, we’d love to see how you utilize it in shaa Allah.

 How to Make Dhikr a Daily Habit (+ Free Online Dua/Dhikr Resources)



2) Make duas mentioned in Qur’an & Sunnah

Most of us think that Allah knows what we want so we don’t make duas at all, but what we forget is that we have nothing to lose here. We don’t go empty-handed when we make a dua. We get a reward or we get acceptance. 

If you don’t know whether you’re asking for the right thing or no, if it has khair or no, then pray Istikhara. As a matter of fact, pray istikhara for every small matter – asking Allah to put khair in whatever you ask from Him.

Making duas from the Qur’an and sunnah is the best way to cover all matters of your life in a compact form of words. As mentioned in our Hajj/Umrah article, THIS BOOK is a good compilation of the Qur’anic and masnoon duas.

Refer to the following links we’ve already done on the topic of dua:

Complete List of Qur’anic duas (poetic list of masnoon duas coming soon in shaa Allah), Dua for Protection of Children from Evil EyeQuranic Duas for Righteous ChildrenDua After Breaking Fast etc.

3) Ask during the accepted times

Allah did not place a limit on the number or type of duas you can make. Show Allah your dependence on Him through constant supplications. Following is the list of best places and times to make duas (all references linked within):

1. Laylat al-Qadar

2. After obligatory prayers

3. Between adhan and the iqama

4. At the time of rain

5. A certain time on Friday

6. While traveling

7. In sickness/ pain/ oppression (during calamity)

8. While prostrating

9. During Hajj (On the day of Arafah)

10. Whatever you drink Zamzam for


4) Just Tahajjud it!

If you really want something and you haven’t prayed tahajjud, then do you really want it that much?

Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ) said, “Our Lord, the Blessed, the Superior, comes every night down on the nearest Heaven to us when the last third of the night remains, saying: “Is there anyone to invoke Me, so that I may respond to invocation? Is there anyone to ask Me, so that I may grant him his request? Is there anyone seeking My forgiveness, so that I may forgive him?” [Bukhari]

5) Istighfar (repentance)

“And said, ‘Ask forgiveness of your Lord. Indeed, He is ever a Perpetual Forgiver. He will send the sky upon you in showers. And give you increase in wealth and children and provide for you gardens and provide for you rivers.” [Quran; 71:10-12]

6) Give up a sin and do good instead

Begin supplication with the praise of Allah. Send peace and blessings upon Rasool Allah ﷺ.

Ibrahim bin Muhammad bin Sa`d narrated from his father, from Sa`d that the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said: “The supplication of Dhun-Nun (Prophet Yunus) when he supplicated, while in the belly of the whale was: ‘There is none worthy of worship except You, Glory to You, Indeed, I have been of the transgressors. (Lā ilāha illā anta subḥānaka innī kuntu minaẓ-ẓālimīn)’ So indeed, no Muslim man supplicates with it for anything, ever, except Allah responds to him.” [Tirmidhi]

While reciting this ayah, think of at least one sin that you committed and are willing to give up for the sake of Allah.

For some people, the wordings of dua can make a huge difference. So if you feel awful and unproductive by dragging yourself through the guilt trip – by saying something like – ya Allah I’m sorry I didn’t pray. Instead, try making dua with the formation of words like – ya Allah I want to pray and I need Your help.

Regret sits on a fine line. As long as it encourages you to make a change, it’s good for you but if you think that shaitan will drag you into hopelessness due to the overwhelming amount of guilt, then try switching up the words you utter to yourself. And stick to what works for you. By the end of the day, the result we want to achieve is BETTERMENT.

7) Send Salawaat (blessings) upon the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ (also known as Durood)

Ubayy bin Ka’b (May Allah be pleased with him) reported: …I said: “O Messenger of Allah (ﷺ), I frequently invoke Allah to elevate your rank. How much of my supplications should I devote to you?” He said, “You may devote as much as you wish.” When I suggested a quarter, he said, “Do whatever you wish, but it will be better for you if you increase it.” I suggested half, and he said, “Do whatever you wish, but it will be better for you if you increase.” I suggested two- thirds, and he said, “Do whatever you wish but it will be better for you if you increase it.” I said, “Shall I devote all my supplications invoking Allah to elevate your rank?” He said, “Then you will be freed from your worries and your sins will be forgiven.” [Riyad as-Salihin]

8) Show gratitude

Be thankful for what you already have, no matter how meager it is, in order to receive more.

Allah says: “…If you give thanks, I will give you more….” [Qur’an 14:7]

If you want more wealth, give thanks for every dollar. If you need help in staying more grateful and positive (especially for the tiny things in your life that you usually take for granted), a gratitude journal catered for Muslims can be a great way to start this journey in shaa Allah.

When your dua is answered, say Alhamdulillah from the heart, make sujood, increase in your ibadah and decrease your disobedience. Show gratefulness through your actions and words both.

9) Try to gain your parents’ duas genuinely

Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, “There are 3 supplications which are answered: the supplication of the person who is wronged, the supplication of the TRAVELER, and the supplication of a parent for his child. [Adab al-Mufrad]

10) Be proactive and remember Allah in times of ease as well

Along with prayers, make some effort as well. Do something about it. Do everything you can to make it possible. Show Allah you are working really hard. Consistent efforts combined with dua really does wonders.

The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said: “Whoever wishes that Allah would respond to him during hardship and grief, then let him supplicate plentifully when at ease.” [Tirmidhi]

Make a vision board (as suggested in Visionaire Online) and visualize the steps on how you hope your dua to be accepted. You could assign colors to your specific duas – something that you want to make over and over, so whenever you see those colors, it may remind you to make that dua.

11) Fast for the sake of Allah

Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said: “When the fasting person breaks his fast, his supplication is not turned back.” [Ibn Majah]

12) Ask Allah by His Names

Do you have a favourite name of Allah from the 99 names?

Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) heard a man saying: O Allah, I ask Thee, I bear witness that there is no god but Thou, the One, He to Whom men repair, Who has not begotten, and has not been begotten, and to Whom no one is equal, and he said: You have supplicated Allah using His Greatest Name, when asked with this name He gives, and when supplicated by this name he answers. [Abu Dawud]

اللَّهُمَّ إِنِّي أَسْأَلُكَ أَنِّي أَشْهَدُ أَنَّكَ أَنْتَ اللَّهُ لاَ إِلَهَ إِلاَّ أَنْتَ الأَحَدُ الصَّمَدُ الَّذِي لَمْ يَلِدْ وَلَمْ يُولَدْ وَلَمْ يَكُنْ لَهُ كُفُوًا أَحَدٌ

“Al-Ahad” and “As-Samad” are one of the names of Allah. If you feel lost as to how to make a dua with Allah’s name or attribute in your daily life, then go through THIS ARTICLE WITH AN AUTHENTIC LIST OF 99 NAMES OF ALLAH and try this as an example:

I ask You for Your love and the love of those who love You, and for the action that will cause me to attain Your love so make Your love more beloved to me than myself and my beloved.

Rinse my soul of sins that hide beneath the skin – the sins that no one knows of, except You…Separate the layers around my bones and wash my heart from the evil that makes it dark.

Grant me mercy that I starve my soul of. You have more mercy in You than the sin in me so free my soul of self-limiting beliefs so I can feel as light as a feather.

Protect me from the perpetual civil war within me in which many souls are fighting to survive – torn between dunya and aakhirah, destroying each other in the process…

Colour me a purposeful self so I can comprehend the reason why am I here in this dunya and utilise this limited time in my hands for what yields forever…

Free me from the endless longing of human warmth, acceptance, and approval – so I can depend on no one but You, so I don’t chase after dunya and my heart long for you – even when I have everything from the dunya in my mortal hands.

Help me out of every constriction and reduction, obstruction and destruction, addiction and affliction. And help me hang onto the hope that the help is near when I rush through the process.

You’re Beautiful and You love beauty so beautify my soul that beautifies the vessel it’s kept in. Help me see the beauty in things when everything seems ugly.

You’re Gentle and Kind and you have put beauty in generosity, so when I lose my patience and I’m pushed to the edge of my kindness, pull me back and pour buckets of softness in my heart so it can pump with ease and let others breathe the breeze…

You’re closer to me than my jugular vein, but if I pull back and my heart disconnects, pump the blood through my veins so I can feel the pain – the pain of being far away from You and the pain of being so numb. The pain of apathy and the pain of a cold heart.

You respond whenever a servant calls upon You so please accept…accept…accept!

13) Earn and consume Halal only

Ibn al-Qayyim said: Thus eating haram things saps the strength of the dua and weakens it.

The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said, “O people! Allah is Pure and, therefore, accepts only that which is pure. Allah has commanded the believers as He has commanded His Messengers by saying: ‘O Messengers! Eat of the good things, and do good deeds.’ (23:51) And He said: ‘O you who believe (in the Oneness of Allah – Islamic Monotheism)! Eat of the lawful things that We have provided you…”‘ (2:172). Then he (ﷺ) made a mention of the person who travels for a long period of time, his hair are dishevelled and covered with dust. He lifts his hand towards the sky and thus makes the supplication: ‘My Rubb! My Rubb!’ But his food is unlawful, his drink is unlawful, his clothes are unlawful and his nourishment is unlawful, how can, then his supplication be accepted?” [Muslim]

14) Fulfill your obligations and try to perform as many extra good deeds as you can

Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ) said, “Allah said, ‘I will declare war against him who shows hostility to a pious worshipper of Mine. And the most beloved things with which My slave comes nearer to Me, is what I have enjoined upon him; and My slave keeps on coming closer to Me through performing Nawafil (praying or doing extra deeds besides what is obligatory) till I love him, so I become his sense of hearing with which he hears, and his sense of sight with which he sees, and his hand with which he grips, and his leg with which he walks; and if he asks Me, I will give him, and if he asks My protection (Refuge), I will protect him; (i.e. give him My Refuge) and I do not hesitate to do anything as I hesitate to take the soul of the believer, for he hates death, and I hate to disappoint him.” [Sahih Bukhari]

15) Do not be hasty

Prophet (ﷺ) said: “One of you will be responded to, so long as he is not hasty, saying: ‘I supplicated, and I was not responded to.’” [TIRMIDHI]

Messenger of Allah () said: “It is necessary that you do not become hasty.” It was said: “What does being hasty mean, O Messenger of Allah?” He said: “When one says: ‘I supplicated to Allah but Allah did not answer me.'” [Ibn Majah]

16) Hope for positive results and do not give up

Ask and you shall receive. Have firm faith that your dua will be answered and your wish will definitely be granted. You have asked the King – for Whom, nothing is impossible. No matter, how big your need is, or how difficult you think your problem is, or how messy your situation is, it is a matter of Kun fayakun for Him.

 Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) said: “A supplication should be made in full confidence and one should persistently express his desire (before Allah) in his supplication, for no bounty is too great for Allah to bestow (upon his slaves).” [Muslim]

If the dua leaves your lips without the feeling of excitement and hope of acceptance, then try tweaking your dua a little. Put anticipation in your dua. For eg: Instead of saying – “O Allah! Grant me, children”. Maybe you can ask “O Allah! Let me be a part of my Child’s wedding”. This may keep you more hopeful and excited every time you make this dua.

Don’t lower your standards, raise your DUA!

What is your experience with duas? What tips have worked for you? Do let us know in the comments below.


NEXT: All about Istikhara


Co-Author’s Bio: Rayeesa Tabassum is a Hyderabadi Muslimah residing in Jeddah, KSA. She loves reading, writing, public speaking, and homemaking. Her aim is to become an accomplished Muslim writer so that her writings can be a sadqah-e-jariyah for her. She blogs at


  1. This. Thank you sis. It’s worth shareable… Will give the link to my little sister since she is now studying the beauty of Islam. AND I told her, I’m a great believer of prayers. Because that was what led me to Islam. I told her, Allah indeed answers… Even non-muslims. He is the God of mankind. This is a good detail I could share with her.

  2. “Asking Allah to put khair in whatever you ask from Him. Making duas from the Qur’an and sunnah are the best way to cover all matters of your life in a compact form of words.”
    “Don’t lower your standards, raise your DUA!”
    This post has so many gems, MashAllah… I love how this article tackles such a broad topic, yet makes it very comprehensive, thorough, and encouraging! Absolutely wonderful post. Bookmarked to read again later on as a reminder, InshAllah!

  3. Alhumdullilah aala kulli haal
    ALLAH سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى IS LISTENING US AND WATCHING US… SO BELEIVE AND PUT TRUST IN ALMIGHTY. ALMIGHTY ALLAH سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى ANSWERS EVERY DUA but do avoid to make badh dua for anyone. Indeed Almighty ALLAH سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى answers our duas. Alhumdullilah

  4. I’m grateful for this article because I’m a new Muslim and I don’t know how to ask Allah for help, I took my shahada a little while ago and me and my family have great needs and only Allah can help us, I’m afraid to ask Allah for help because I don’t know how to pray yet and I don’t want to offend him by not having said my prayers right, can someone make duwa for me and my family that we won’t be on the street this Saturday? Thank you sooo much and peace and blessings be upon you

    • Hello,

      I don’t believe there is any specific way of making a dua. It’s just you, and Allah. You don’t need a specific place, ritual or condition, in times of hardship and in times of ease, while walking, sitted, or laid down you can ask for help and guidance from Allah anywhere and everywhere. For example, as small and informal as this is, yesterday I was travelling and as I was waiting in the queue, I knew i had excess luggage and the person in front of me was being fined for having 3 kilo more than the baggage allowance, all I did was just close my eyes slightly and say, Ya Allah I leave this matter in your hands, I devote myself to you, please help me. I have never had a more smooth baggage claim, the lady did not even question my luggage or its weight. This might be a very small issue, but its a reminder that Allah is with those who turn to Him.

      I find that the more I WANT something and the urge of it and its sincerely being from the bottom of your heart, without a doubt in your mind that only Allah can help, Allah answers in miraculous ways. I have so many examples SubhanAllah, from very big situations that has changed the path of my whole life to everyday needs like the above example.

      Talk to Allah, remember Allah and devote yourself to Him with FULL devotion. (73:8)

      Just remember, that if our prays are not been answered straight away, it does not mean your dua has been rejected, as much as Allah wants us to make dua’s He also wants us to practice being patient. Be consistent and like this beautiful article says have hope that your pray will be answered. Don’t give up, carry on praying for it, working towards it and there is no doubt that Allah will answer you. But remember, this is from experience, that sometimes we want something and we keep on asking for it, but it does not specifically mean its good for us, and we end up very hurt, Allah warns us in different ways that this is not good for you, but you keep on asking not knowing the end result, so when asking for something make sure, like this article states, either say Allah put kheir in this thing for me, or Allah if this thing is not good for my life or my akherat take it away from me and grant me something better that has your blessing.

      You are in my prays sister, InshAllah with Allah help it will get sorted.

      ‘We removed from you your burden, which had weighed upon your back, and raised high for you your repute, FOR INDEED WITH HARDSHIP WILL BE EASE.’ (94:2-6)

    • Assalam u alaikum Kato. Hope you’re doing well. First of all, congratulations on this new journey towards Islam. May Allah help you through your hard times. If you ever feel like reaching out, please don’t hesitate. And Jazakillah khair Naz for being there for Kato in the time of need. Indeed Allah helps those who help others 💜

  5. Thanks for the sharing.. But sometimes I feel like Allah has forgotten me.. I separated with my husband and have been praying to My lord to bring him back to me.. It been 4months praying but nothing has happened.. Is it that am forgotten or I should be a little more patient.. Am giving up

    • Al salam alaikom sister,

      Please wake and pray 2 rakat in the last third of each night and make a lot of duaas in this late night. It is always accepted. This late night makes miracles come all true by Allah subhan Allah SWT.

    • Sister, please be patient and persistent in your duas with Allah; never give up and always keep repeating لا اله الا انت سبحانك اني كنت من الظالمين and give many thanks to Allah through out every day and Allah will surely accept and answer your duaa

  6. Sister I’m sorry you have to go through that. But there is always wisdom in everything Allah puts you through. Have a little more patience and perhaps pray salahtul-istikhara and ask Allah for guidance, Insha’allah you will be shown a sign and be given what’s most beneficial to you. May Allah answer your Dua <3

  7. Assalamualaikum. This is a beautiful article. exactly what I needed to read. I am praying for something for last 6 years, sometimes I feel like I am really close to getting it. But sometimes it feels like its never going to happen, because the situation I am in my dua seems impossible. Also my parents and relatives have told me that its impossible. But i keep on praying. I am a sinner like everyone else, but ever since this situation I am trying to make myself better, trying to please Allah. I ask all of you to please pray for me that I get what I am praying for, that even though everyone tells me its impossible as nothing is impossible for Allah, may HE put khair in it for me and grant me it very soon. ameen. also pray that I stay patient until get it.

        • I think she means Tahajjud time basically. ‘A’isha رضي الله عنها said that they used to pray the night prayer at any time after the ending of the twilight until a third of the night had passed. (Bukhari and Muslim). Also, it’s said that Imam Shafi’i stated: “The Dua made at Tahajjud is like an arrow which does not miss its target.”


  9. This was so beautiful Ma shaa Allah! I am doing my final year of university studies and I am hoping in sha Allah to get a first-class degree. If you could make dua for me so that our Rabb can answer with mercy, that would be amazing. I am praying for all of you in sha allah you will get what is best for you.

  10. Assalamu Alaikum, I am a muslim brother while the whole of my family are Christian, I have been praying to Allah for many years and seems like none of my prayers is accepted was in hardship for long…. while the remains of my family got everything easy at the instant time of their need I start thinking of joining them back to Christianity am confused. Please help me pray to Allah to start answering my duas, to ease my hardship and soften my burdens…, am always in tears and confused for that for long have did the most necessary things for duas acceptance but to avail.

    • Assalamualaikum brother….
      i have been through hardships may be not as difficult as yours … and there were times when i felt may be my dua is not getting accepted , may be i am not worth it… why do i things take a turn and cause me problem… but through all this i realised everytime i was in hardship i became more close to Allah … started praying a lot , cryng to him alone as i knew no one else could understand me , and no one else can help me accept Allah… I know how it feels when you keep on praying for quite sometime but then if you stop praying or if you turn away from Allah then who will help you , who will provide for you.
      let me give you an example whenever i think may be i should stop asking to Allah for certain thing one thought comes in my mind what if this time my dua will be answered ? what if Allah was about to give it to me but i turned away ? know Allah listens and know everything that you are going through and he will not burden you with something that you cannot handle … Keep your trust in him Inshallah things will work out for good… keep praying . Call out to Allah from your heart everytime ask Allah that he brings you closer to him and help you stay close to him.
      Also do know even the prophets were tested and had to face hardships that were way more difficult then ours . Read about the prophets how they suffered how they kept themselves intact by worshipping Allah alone and asking to him alone.
      please read this dua ” rabbi inni lema anzalta ilaya min khairin fakir’ – My lord, I am in absolute need of the good You send me.
      I will pray for you as well. Keep up your patience and do let me know if you want any kind of help. Keep your trust in Allah alone.

      JazakAllah Khair.

    • Assalamualaikum Brother AbuBakar,
      please bear with the long post . i hope it helps.
      i wrote a long reply for you and clicked on post turns out the comment was not posted and i lost the content. I will try to write the same things again hoping that i didnt miss out anything from before.
      I too am going through difficulties have faced humilaition and insults from my loved ones. i have been praying to Allah a lot. And yes there are times when i feel that may be what i am asking i won’t get it. may be i am not worth it. But all those thoughts are now gone. there are few things that i realised that helped.
      1. I think how matters could have been more worse but Allah helped in ways i can’t even recognize. i think that through these difficulties i have started praying a lot more , started crying out to Allah alone a lot more and that this difficulty brought me closer to Allah.
      2. whenever i used to get the thought that may be i should stop praying for this thing as people would always say that its not possible , i reminded myself that i trust in Allah and nothing is impossible for Allah , and i am asking him the one who is so merciful , so loving , i am asking to the one who just has to say things to be and it happens … why in the world should i listen to people who say that it is impossible your situation is so bad it’s impossible tol get what you want… Allah is there, he sees the heart of the seeker, he sees how much i want something, he sees and understands me like no one else can, not even i can understand myself the way Allah understands. So i keep praying and keep asking … and now i understand that my situation could have been a lot more worse but it is Allah who has held me and it is him who will give me when the time is right.
      3. Ask Allah to fill your heart with love for Allah and to help you stay close to Allah… i am saying this because when i had good times although i woulr pray to Allah but my prayers were full with distractions and i wouldnt mind if i missed Salaat at times. i would think that Allah loves me , basically i would take things for granted. But it is through difficulties that i realised that in ease or in hardship it is Allah who is always there for you so why in the world would you want to go away from him.

      I too am praying day and night for the hardships that i am in , at times i just feel so anxious , like nothing is moving ahead , nothing is happening days are passing by and my situation hasnt changed . i cry to Allah , i ask him , i ask him to fill my heart with love for Allah at those times so that i don’t get depressed . And through all the hardhsips i have realised how much i have grown , i understand others situations so much better and i can empathize with them …
      One of the dua mentioned above that Prophet Yunus (AS) prayed i keep praying that a lot .
      and another one is this “rabbi inni lema anazalta ilaya min kahirin faqir” – My lord, I am in absolute need of the good You send me .. and then always ask for whatever i want by saying that Allah you have power over everything and for any matter to happen you say it to be and it happens , please put your blessings in so and so and make it good for my religion , for this world and for the hereafter . just ask in whatever way your heart wants to ask. Put every shred of sincerity in your dua and believe that Allah is listening and he will answer.
      Also read about the Prophets , the difficulties they have gone through , when they have been tested and had to face so much hardships , you might start to feel that the difficulties that you are facing will become easy when you put your trust in Allah. And dua is the way to connect to Allah whithout it what hope will you and i have ? what positivity will people in hardship have . Stay strong and have patience and trust Allah. He is the best disposer of affairs.

      will pray for you ! May Allah help you and guide you!

  11. Jazakumullah bikhair for this beautiful dua and the piece of advice. May Allah in his infinite mercy accept our duas, ease our pain, grant our heart desires and make it best for us and also gather all of us in jannah. Ameen ya rabbal aalamin.

  12. Assalamualaikum brothers and sister , please keep me in your prayer . Suffering a lot of court case problems after the death of my father . Being an orphan it’s really getting difficult to run after this . Besides the person I am about to get married just left the country due to business purposes. Please pray everyone so that he returns to me early and we can make it halal . Plz plz plz keep me in your prayer

  13. Wake up for Tahajjud prayers and ask Allah for anything and he will grant you as long as you dont ask for anything bad or ties of kinship…

    Also make your dua during sujood as This is the time you are close to Allah and He will answer your Duas..why do Allah like the position of sujood most and why did the prophet SaW said Increase making your duas while in sujood(prostration) because you lower your head your bow your body on the floor with full submission and declare your the weakest and Allah is the greatest and He will accept your dua because you know your position before Allah..

    Make a lot of Istighfar a thousands if you can during difficult situations and also Send blessings to the prophet SAW a hundreds time if you can wallahi it will do wonders..when you occupied your time sending peace and blessings to the prophet SAW your duas will be accepted even without making duas..

    The Quran says among the benefits of Istighfar is increasing the rizq(provision)

  14. “Allah” is the most high and the all seeing and all hearing, I Believe “Allah” will answer my Du’a, And I Pray “Allah” Answer upon any Muslim Du’a and Ibadan…. Ameen Ya’Allah

  15. Allahu Akbar.
    Dua/Supplication/Prayers is the weapon of a Muslim. May the Almighty Allah in His Infinite Mercy continue to make it easy for us to diligently pray unto Him alone, and may He grant us the patience needed from a believer.
    My Allah grant for all of us our heart desires. Ameen.

  16. What is the mindset we should keep during Dua? I see non-Muslims using various tricks like assuming you already have what you want and “universe” will give it to you. Some of them say it worked for them. Well, of course because Allah does not turn away a persons Dua even if he/she isn’t Muslim but nonetheless, they talk about this mindset of assuming you have what you want. So my question is should we assume we have what we want from Allah during dua? Does that work or would it be borderline pagan practice? What mindset should we have while making Dua as Muslims?


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