'The importance of supplication and remembrance in the life of a Muslim: a study and details'
Dua and Dhikr are two of the basics of Islam which play a huge role in improving the life of a Muslim. Dua is a powerful tool for man to communicate with God Almighty, and dhikr is a way to go to God and remind oneself of God's rights.
In this article, we will try to explain the importance of supplication and dhikr in the life of a Muslim and an overview of their sources. In addition, we will try to explain the most important methods of dhikr and supplication and how they can be used in daily life. In addition, we will explain the evidence from the Holy Book and Sunnah to indicate The virtue and dignity of supplication and remembrance in Islam. In the end, we will put recommendations and tips for applying dua and dhikr in real life.
In this article, we will talk about some points
1- The basics of supplication and remembrance in Islam
The basics of supplication and remembrance in Islam are the basics of communicating with God Almighty and advocating for His supplication and remembrance. Supplication is a request from God Almighty and a claim to His glorification and appreciation, while dhikr is a reminder of the remembrance of God Almighty and a claim to His greatness and pride. In Islam, supplication and remembrance are a powerful tool to reach contentment, happiness and improve one's psychological, emotional and spiritual life.
2- Sources of supplication and remembrance
The sources of supplication and dhikr in Islam come from the Holy Book and the Sunnah of the Prophet. The Bible, especially the Holy Qur’an, contains many supplications and remembrance verses that can be supplicated and mentioned. Invocations and remembrance verses also come from the hadiths of the Prophet and available Sunnah evidence on the biography of the Prophet, may God bless him and grant him peace.
In Islam, there are many well-known and proven supplications and dhikr about the biography of the Prophet that can be supplicated and mentioned, including the supplication for contentment, happiness, health and wellness, the strategy for obtaining contentment and lasting happiness, and so on.
3- The benefits of supplication and remembrance of man
In Islam, supplication and dhikr are considered to be of great benefit to a person on many levels, including:
* Satisfaction and psychological happiness: supplication and remembrance suggest psychological satisfaction and happiness and help reduce distress and anger.
* Improving emotional life: Dua and dhikr suggest emotional life and help improve relationships and improve the family atmosphere.
* Well-being: Dua and dhikr help to maintain well-being and improve mental and physical activity.
* Allegiance to God Almighty: Supplication and remembrance help to claim God Almighty and remind him of his greatness and pride.
* Communication with God Almighty: supplication and remembrance suggest communication with God Almighty and help to achieve lasting satisfaction and spiritual happiness.
* Faith and altruism: supplication and remembrance lead to the improvement of faith and altruism and increase the strength of faith and supplication to God Almighty.
4- Methods of dhikr and supplication in daily life
In Islam, there are many methods of dhikr and supplication in daily life and some of the common ones are:
** Recitation of the Holy Quran: Constant recitation of the Holy Quran is one of the methods of dhikr in Islam.
** Remembrance with supplications and remembrances: If God Almighty is reminded throughout the days with supplications and remembrances, it leads to an improvement in faith and altruism.
** Morning and evening prayers: The permanent prayer for the morning and evening is one of the methods of dhikr in Islam.
** Visiting mosques: Visiting mosques and praying when praying is one of the methods of dhikr in Islam.
** Remembrance during daily activities: If remembrance is made during daily activities such as food and drink, it leads to an improvement in faith and altruism.
** The claim to God Almighty: The claim to God Almighty and supplication throughout the days is one of the methods of remembrance in Islam.
5- Evidence for the virtue and dignity of supplication and remembrance in Islam
In Islam, supplication and dhikr are evidences of virtue and dignity leading to communication with God and claiming faith in Him as well as affirming God's greatness and dignity. In the Bible and the Sunnah of the Prophet, there are many evidences, verses and hadiths that confirm the virtue of supplication and remembrance and indicate that it is a major act of worship and a reason for receiving answers and relief from God.
6- Recommendations and tips for applying supplication and dhikr in real life.
In Islam, he recommends some tips and recommendations for the application of supplication and dhikr in real life:
*** Affirmation of Faith: Affirmation of faith in God alone, His dignity, and everything He made is good for the servant.
*** Praying for the Prophet: Praying for the Prophet Muhammad, may God bless him and grant him peace, is a great act of worship in Islam and it leads to a claim of faith and confirms the Islamic spirit.
*** Supplication and remembrance in the name of God: Supplication and remembrance must be in the name of God, and all supplications must begin with the usual recitation of remembrances and supplications.
*** Patience and persistence: Patience and insistence on supplication and remembrance mean affirming that the answer is from God and that supplication is the last path to relief.
*** Sincerity: Sincerity and worship of God means a warning to supplication and remembrance, and confirming that supplication is only taken with sincerity and worship of God.
These are some recommendations and tips for applying supplication and dhikr in real life.
In the end, we can say that supplication and remembrance are two important acts of worship in Islam and indicate belief in God, His honor and receiving relief from Him. In conjunction with that, a person must emphasize faith, sincerity, patience, persistence, and prayers upon the Prophet, may He be glorified and exalted, when supplicating and remembering, in order to achieve a greater and greater effect.