“When My servants ask you (O Muhammad) concerning Me, (tell them) I am indeed near. I answer the prayer of the supplicant when he calls on Me. So let them obey Me and believe in Me, so that they may be rightly guided." (2:186)
The Prophet (sallallahu alayhi wa aalihi wa sallam) would constantly invoke his Lord and make supplication. We see from the Sunnah, that in a Muslims daily life, from the moment you wake to the moment you go to sleep you have the opportunity to call upon your Lord and ask him whatever you wish.
Every time you make dua, you are calling on Him directly and making a spiritual connection with your Lord. This will increase your trust in Allah and you will come to know that He is the one who is As-Samee and Al-Baseer; the one who hears all and sees all. It reminds us of our weakness and His Greatness, it increases our tawakkul (trust) in Him and reminds us that He is the one who caters for our every need.
In this course we will try and highlight the following:
- The spirituality and secrets of dua
- Duas from the Quran and used by the Prophets
- The reason and wisdom for the particular dua
- The Adaab of the particular dua
- How we can use this in this day and age to improve our lives and spirituality
“Many people talk about Allah, but few talk to Him”
“Verily your Lord is the One modest and Generous, and when His servant raises his hands to Him in supplication, He is shy from returning them empty.” (Tirmidhi)
At the end of this course we hope to increase our connection to Allah and realise that He has a direct impact in our everyday lives. When we supplicate to Him, we want to feel His presence and have complete faith that He is the one who answers our calls.
- There are no testimonials at the moment