How To Pray The Fajr

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How To Pray The Fajr – The Fajr prayer was the shortest and seemed the easiest to pray: two rak’ahs, two surah al-Fatiha, two more surahs I remembered. After more than ten years of intercession and more than eight years of non-practice.

I had tried praying before, but I struggled to pray even once a day.

How To Pray The Fajr

After repeatedly forcing myself to pray, a glimmer of hope and help from Allah finally kept me steadfast in prayer, helping me to perform one prayer a day.

If You Can Avoid Missing A Prayer Before Sunrise (fajr) And A Prayer Before Sunset (`asr) You Must Do So

In my experience, faith, patience, and perseverance are all necessary to improve our relationship with our Creator, whether we are in the prayer phase, the five prayer phase, or the humility phase.

Finally being able to pray consistently was a blessing because I had struggled with prayer, and my misplaced priorities had made it even more of a struggle. However, things were different now and I constantly wanted to pray these two rak’ahs every day. Morning prayer became a habit after continuous prayer. And even if it was just one prayer a day, His blessing made what seemed strange to me a daily achievement, however much I satisfied myself. Four years later, I still have this feeling only when I perform all five prayers on time and engage in other Islamic acts of worship.

Prayer is the worship most loved by Allah, who has made the strongest medicine for the soul.

As a Muslim, worshiping and worshiping Allah alone is our goal, our natural nature. When we move away from our goal, we don’t move easily, we are destroyed. We will feel pain, and this pain is a sign that we are moving away from our only goal. When we move away from our human nature and purpose, we look at our breath. We hold on and our systems slowly wear out because we don’t get enough oxygen. We start to breathe and the breathing is painful. Only when we return to our purpose, worship, can we finally breathe. This then begins with spiritual anabolism and self-renewal, allowing us to recover from suffering.

Praying Tahiyyat Al Masjid (the Prayer Before Sitting Down In The Masjid) In The Forbidden Times After Fajr And ʿasr — As Explained By Ibn Al Qayyim, Ibn Bāz, And Ibn ʿuthaimīn

2015 was a year when “empty” and “pain” were the most accurate words I used to describe my inner self. There was an emptiness, an emptiness that was isolation, hope and fear. In this case, physical and emotional pain and numbness were signs that something was missing, and had been missing for some time. Although I was considerably younger, I was fully aware of the feeling of emptiness.

What I was also aware of was the opposite of deflation and the opposite of pain. My mother’s strong faith taught me this. She is the kind of light that gives you warmth, and the most special thing about her light is how resistant it is. My mother never seemed to get too overwhelmed by everything around her. Her prayer always kept her center stage – a true calm and collected queen (I’ll stop here so this post doesn’t become a Mama Yinka Stein article). She used to say to me: “Te ko ba senkan ni abi erun, o ne mate te ori mo” – roughly translated – “If there is no benefit from prayer, I and everyone who prays will be so much in prayer.” was no insistence.” Seeing how seriously she takes her prayer, her devotion to Islam and her personality really inspired me to see what prayer can bring. Role modeling is very important to me and through my mother Allah showed me what contentment and perfection look. May Allah reward her fully in this world and in the hereafter.

In the absence of immediate primary role models such as family members, spending time with other Muslims was a blessing and encouraged me to persevere. Spending time with good friends and having good company is very important because as Muslims our character precedes us. Seeing the collective effort of the brothers and sisters I was surrounded with during prayer made me think about its importance. Spending time around Muslims or in a mosque allows a person to observe and imitate positive habits, characters and attitudes.

Allah is Most Merciful and His Mercy is all-encompassing. “When my servant takes one step towards me, I take ten steps towards him” is one of my favorite sayings. Allah Almighty finds a way to get close to us and His love is boundless. On the authority of Abu Huraira, may God be pleased with him, said the Messenger of God, may God bless him and grant him peace: When Allah, the Most High, loves a servant, He calls Jibreel, peace be upon him, and says: i like so-and-so. So love him. Then Gabriel falls in love with him. After this, Jibreel (a.s.) proclaims to the inhabitants of the heavens that Allah loves so-and-so. So love him and the inhabitants of the heavens (angels) love him too and then the people of the earth will love him.

How To Perform Fajr Prayer (صلاة الفجر)?

When we go astray, our hearts feel tense because of Allah’s mercy and love for us. The moment we pray one prayer and remind ourselves to pray continuously, Allah bestows His mercy upon us and awakens in our hearts the desire to pray another prayer. Every shahadah we say is a promise to Allah, either as a new retreat or in our tashahhud: when we say al-Tahiya between the rak’ahs or at the end of the prayer. And Allah, in exchange for this promise, encourages us in our next rak’ah or our next prayer – another chance to break free from this limited world, a chance to draw closer to God.

Love is at the core of our faith, fear and hope motivate us to love Allah and engage in activities that please Allah, which in turn makes us love Allah.

As Muslims, Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala is undoubtedly our ultimate goal, but He is also the means to our ultimate goal ([Al-Fatiha 1:5] “Ayyak nabdu wayyak nasta’in – You alone do. We worship You alone . And we only ask for your help)) So hopefully, pray for the power of prayer and pray for the completion of our prayer. If you are distracted from prayer, force yourself as you would a prayer. Force yourself to study for an important exam, even more so.

Let the completion of all five prayers and on time be a sign of success. Remembering the mercy and ever-forgiving nature of Allah subhanahu wat ta’ala is also the best first to start or continue the prayer.

How To Perform Fajr Salaah (dawn Prayer) In Islam

When I performed the Fajr prayer only after a month, by the grace of Allah SWT, suddenly it seemed like another step of the Maghrib prayer, then the Maghrib prayer without the Maghrib and Maghrib prayers seemed confusing, and finally after Makhostan. i feel safe and whole. .

It took me several months to consistently pray five times a day, to increase the zikr in prayer, to have more time to learn the real meaning behind the prayer – this is an act that Allah loves most. Perseverance in religion and humility in prayer is what I pray for in the infinite mercy of Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala (and everyone who strives for it!).

One prayer is better than none, two is better than one, three is better than two, four is better than three, five is better than four, and five is better with complete humility. May Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala guide us to the best path and make it easy for us. If necessary, start with a prayer and add dhikr (repeating Subhan Allah, Alhamdulillah, Allah Akbar and His other names) because remembering Allah soothes the soul.

Every sound of prayer is an opportunity to reconcile your heart with the source of oxygen. Many possibilities to improve and perfect our breathing. Changing old habits takes discipline and work. May Allah grant us steadfastness and steadfastness in our faith.

Prayers. Time And Order Fajr: From Dawn To Sunrise Zuhr: Noon Asr: Between Noon And Sunset Maghrib: Right After Sunset Isha: Nighttime To The Time For.

The nature of prayer is that as long as we live, every second, every minute is an opportunity to breathe. worship May God, the one who changes hearts, who holds all hearts between his two fingers, hold our hearts to his religion.

Abeni Adeyemi is a college student and a lifelong fashion designer. She studies neuroscience at University College London and is currently Women’s Officer at UCL. She is an avid reader and creative who also spends her time writing poetry and designing. Her areas of interest are faith, self and group care, mental and female health, social mobility, race, women’s rights and governance. Twitter: @OlayinkaaAdeFajr Benefits of Prayer: The Fajr prayer is one of the obligatory prayers for Muslims. It is the morning prayer when everyone is deep asleep. We are so interested in worldly things that we neglect the most important thing of all, prayer.

We put it back in our minds and keep it world first

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