Madinat al-Muslimeen Islamic Message Board
|04/08/01 at 21:06:37|
|Assalam O Alikum,|
I came across this handy tip, May Allah All Mighty bless us always
1.. In one minute you can say Surat Al Fatiha 7 times,
silently and repetitively. The reward for each reading of the Surah:
1420 good deeds!
This is on the basis that there are 142 letters in the Surah, with
letter getting you 10 good deeds. So after doing a simple calculation,
7 readings will get you 9940 deeds. Subhaanallah!
2.. In one minute you can say Surat Al-Ikhlaas (Kul Huwa Allahu Ahad)
approximately 20 times, silently and repetitively. Remember that one
reading of this beautiful Surah equals a third of the Quran. Thus 20
readings means that you have read the Quran a whopping 6.7 times! If
you devote one minute of each day to this Surah you'd have read the
Quran 201 times in a month, 2412 times in one year! All this in just
3.. In one minute you can say: "Laa Ilaaha Illa Allah, Wahdahu Laa
Shareeka Lah, Lahul Mulk Wa lahul Hamd, Wa Huwa 'Ala Kulli Shay'in
Qadeer" 20 times. (There is no god worthy of worship but Allah, alone,
For Him is all Dominion and Praise, and He is capable of doing
anything). Each saying is equal to the deed of freeing 8 slaves from
of Ismail (peace be upon him), and what noble slaves to set free!
4.. In one minute you can say "Subhaanallahu wa bi Hamdihi" 100 times.
(All praise and glory is due to Allah) Whoever says this everyday
will have his/her sins forgiven, even if the sins were as much as the
froth of the ocean.
5.. In one minute you can say "Subhaanallahu wa bi Hamdihi,
Subhaanallahu Al 'Atheem" 50 times.
(All Praise and Glory is due to Allah, All Praise is due to Allah the
Almighty). These are "a couple of phrases,
light on the tongue, heavy on the scales (on the Day of Judgement),
beloved to the All Merciful (Allah)".
6.. In one minute you can say "Subhaanallah, wa Al Hamdu Lil'lah, wa
Ilaaha Illallah, wa Allahu Akbar" 18 times
(All Praise is due to Allah, and All Glory is due to Allah, and there
no god but Allah, and Allah is the Greatest).
These are the most beloved words to Allah (swt) and his Prophet saw)
that the sun has ever risen upon.
8.. In one minute you can say "Laa Ilaaha Illallah" approximately 50
times (There is no true god worthy of worship,
except Allah). These are the greatest words, as they are the words of
true Islamic Monotheism.
9.. In one minute you can say "Laa Hawla wa Laa Kuwata Illa bi'Laah"
over 40 times.
(There is no Power and Might except by Allah) This sentence is one of
the treasures of Paradise.
10.. In one minute you can say "Salla-Allahu 'Alayhe wa Sallam" 50
times.(sending peace and blessings upon the Prophet)
In return you get 500 prayers from Allah, as each prayer you make to
Prophet, 10 are returned to you!
11.. In one minute you can contact your family and friends, and
the bond between you.
12.. In one minute you can raise your hands to Allah (s.w.t) and
supplicate with any words you wish.
13.. In one minute you can greet any or all of your brothers/sisters in
Islam, shake their hands and have a few words with them.
14.. In one minute you can remove anything harmful that may be lying on
15.. In one minute you can give a few words of comfort to a
brother/sister who is concerned for any reason.
16.. In one minute you can read two pages of a useful book.
An important note in conclusion: in order to take advantage of the
phenomenal rewards outlined above you must
maintain within your heart sincerity to Allah (s.w.t). You must
understand and genuinely wish for what you are saying and doing. These
actions are easy but in order to gain their rewards it is much harder
indeed. Know also that the best of deeds are those that are maintained
on a regular basis. So do you have a minute during the whole day (1440
Salaamu 'Alaikum wa Rahmatu Allah wa Barakaatuh.
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