Set of 18 stickers with daily & occasional Dua's (supplications) with Arabic text & English Translation. Each sticker is 6.5 x 2.5" and colored differently. Great for children and adults.
Stick the stickers on the places which you view most often when doing the actions. For example, stick the Dua for sleeping and waking up next to bed and dua for leaving the house on the exit door. This will remind you to read the Dua's, help you to memorize them and recite them when doing the certain actions.
Below is a list of the Dua's on the Stickers. The '(2)' after a Dua' means that there are 2 different stickers with different dua's to read on the same occasion. You may read either one or alternate the Dua's.
- Words of remembrance for Morning & Evening (2)
- Invocation for entering the washroom
- Invocation for leaving the washroom
- What to say upon completion of ablution
- What to say when leaving the house (2)
- What to say before sleeping
- Supplication for when you wake up
- Invocation against distraction of satan
- Invocations for the setting of a debt (2)
- Remedy for magic and sorcery
- Seeking refuge from leprosy and evil diseases
- Seeking refuge from withdrawal of blessings
- Seeking refuge from wretchedness in the hereafter
- Invocations for sneezing
- Invocation for forgiveness from mistakes
In this work, the author elaborates on the status, importance, and etiquette of du'a or prayer and supplications in Islam. In the most comprehensive work yet written in English on this topic, the author discusses, amongst other matters:
- The excellence and benefits of the dua
- The types of dua
- The pre-conditions that are needed in order for a dua to be accepted
- The recommended etiquette of performing dua
- The timings and situations in which the dua is more likely to be answered
- The various factors that aid or prevent a dua from being accepted
- The relationship of dua with the Divine Decree (qadr)
- The wisdom behind a delayed response
This is a highly informative and essential book for every Muslim household.
About the Author
Abu Ammaar Yasir Qadhi was born in Houston, Texas, but completed his primary and secondary education in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. He graduated with a B.Sc. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Houston, after which he was accepted as a student at the Islamic University of Madinah. After completing a diploma in Arabic, he graduated with a B.A. from the College of HadTth and Islamic Sciences.
Of his published works are: Riyaa: Hidden Shirk; An Introduction to the Sciences of the Qur'an; Asmaa bint Abee Bakr (booklet); Safiyyah bint Abd al-Muttalib (booklet); and other works. Buy this Book
This is a very enlightening booklet concerning the Salat (prayer), a obligatory pillar of Islam. Salaf were very dedicated to act upon it, and they strive the Ummah (Muslim nation) to act upon this obligation. About this , Rabi'ah bin Yazid said:
"For the past forty years, the caller to prayer (the Mu'adhdhin) never called the people to Zuhr prayer without me being in the mosque, except when I was ill or traveling.
When Amir bin Abdullah heard the Adhan (call to prayer), while he was dying, he said: "Lead me by my hand.' They said to him, 'You are ill.' He said 'How can I hear the Mu'adhdhin, yet, do not respond to it?' They took him by his hand, and his home was near the Mosque, and he started the Maghrib prayer behind the Imam and died upon finishing only one Rak'ah.
Ibn Sama'ah said: "For forty years, I only missed Takbir Tahrimah when my mother died.
Invocations from the Qur'an & Sunnah. Translation of Hisnul-Muslim. (aka 'Citadel of the Believer')
This is a very beautiful booklet consists of many authentic Dua's (supplications) for a Muslim to supplicate on a daily basis and on special occasions.
This book is an abridgment of my earlier work entitled, Adh-Dhikr wad-Du'a wal-'llaj bir-Ruqyah mina'-Kitab was-Sunnah. In order to make it small and easily portable, I have chosen only the section on words of remembrance for this abridgment. To achieve this, I only mentioned the text of the words of remembrance instead of the entire Hadith. I also limited myself to mentioning only one or two references from the original book for each Hadith. Whoever would like to know about the Companion who related a particular Hadith, or more information about where it is recorded, should refer to the original work (mentioned above). I ask Allah the Glorious, the Mighty, by His beautiful Names and by His sublime Attributes to accept this as having been done sincerely for His sake alone. I ask Him to bring me its benefits during my lifetime and after my death. May those who read it, those who print it, or have had any role in distributing it, benefit from it also. Surely He, glory be unto Him, is Capable of all things. May the peace and blessings of Allah be upon our Prophet, Muhammad, and upon his family and Companions and whoever follows them in piety until the Day of Judgment. Buy this Book