Ramadaan, day 18: prepare for Laylatul Qadr

I wouldn’t put up a copy-paste job if it wasn’t worth my and your time. This is what I received thru Muhammad Al-Shareef’s mailing list, and I find it so simple and to the point. I hope we can all find the Night of Power, being persistent enough throughout all ten nights in the hopes of being able to ask of Allah everything we need, want, and desire in this world and the next.

As salamu alaykum Fellow,
The last ten nights of Ramadan are upon us. And soon after this
you the journey for Hajj will begin for Muslims around the world.

If you make the same dua, each day, for the last ten nights of
Ramadan, it’s guaranteed that you would have made that dua during
Laylatul-Qadr. (A night worth 1000 months of reward in the sight
of Allah).

So, prepare your dua from now!

Step 1: Ask yourself, “If Allah said to me, I’ll give you
anything you wish, just ask!” What would you ask for? Make a
list. (Try to fill 2 pages worth of dua, from the goodness of
this life and the next.

Step 2: Pick about 6 of those things

Step 3: Make dua for those 6 things consistently every night for
the last ten nights of Ramadan.

Of course, make as much dua as you want, but make sure these 6
things are consistent.

With best wishes to see you succeed at the highest level!
– Muhammad Alshareef

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2 Responses to Ramadaan, day 18: prepare for Laylatul Qadr

  1. queenie says:

    That’s such great advice. Subhan Allah, so much baraka in these last ten days, yet I would feel so greedy making my duas and knowing they’d be answered!

  2. queenie, be greedy, sweetheart! It’s totally ok! Because you know, yes, Allah accepts our duaa’s for sure, but who knows when they will be fulfilled? It might be tomorrow, the next month, the next decade, or anytime in between or beyond. Allah loves to hear what His servants need and want, so be very very greedy!

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