Ad-Du'a al-Mustajab: The Accepted Supplications By Shaikh Qasim Ar-Rifa'i
Author: Shaikh Qasim Ar-Rifa'i
Book Binding: Hardcover
Size: 8.6 X 5.8 X 0.5
Publication Year: 1996
About This Book:
A compendium of some 1227 hadiths on prayers and dhikrs of the prophetic sunnah
Shaikh Qasim Ar-Rifa'i's "Ad-Du'a al-Mustajab: The Accepted Supplications" is a comprehensive and spiritually uplifting work that dives into the art of supplication (du'a) in Islam. Shaikh Qasim Ar-Rifa'i investigates the power and significance of prayer in the lives of Muslims, presenting a complete collection of supplications that are considered to be readily accepted by the Divine.
Key Characteristics include:
Shaikh Qasim Ar-Rifa'i offers spiritual direction to readers on the significance of du'a in Islam. He emphasizes his idea that genuine prayers have the potential to influence lives and effect positive change.
The book contains a curated list of supplications that are thought to be especially accepted by Allah. These du'as address a wide range of life issues, such as asking for forgiveness, guidance, healing, and blessings.
The author provides significant insights into the manners, timing, and conditions for effective supplication. He uses Islamic teachings and traditions to provide people with a thorough grasp of this important activity.
"Ad-Du'a al-Mustajab" is intended to be a practical guide for readers looking to improve their du'a practice. It equips people with the skills and information they need to approach supplication with sincerity and commitment.
Because it covers common human experiences and problems, the book is culturally relevant and accessible to Muslims of many origins.
Sincerity and relationship:
Through supplication, Shaikh Qasim Ar-Rifa'i emphasizes the necessity of sincerity and developing a strong relationship with Allah. He advises readers to approach du'a with an open heart and firm trust.