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The Last Ten Days of Ramadan, These are the Prayers and Privileges of the Night of Lailatul Qadar

The Last Ten Days of Ramadan, These are the Prayers and Privileges of the Night of Lailatul Qadar

Nisakadhatu.com – The last ten days of Ramadan are called special times. Muslims are waiting for the night of Lailatul Qadar. It turns out that there is a Lailatul Qadar night prayer that you need to read. Check out the Lailatul Qadar night prayer and its features for Muslims below.

The night of Lailatul Qadar is a special night beyond worship for a thousand months. In addition, on this night Allah revealed the Qur’an in full to the Prophet Muhammad through the intermediary of the angel Gabriel. On that night there is a blessing, safety, continuous enjoyment, and the many goodness and rewards that Allah gives.

Allah has explained the existence of this Lailatul Qadar in the Qur’an surah Al-Qadar verses 1-5 which means:

According to the Hadith narrated by Bukhari, the Prophet Muhammad once ordered Aisha RA which means:

“Look for Lailatul Qadar on the odd day of the last ten of the month of Ramadan.”

Indeed, We have sent it down (the Qur’an) on the night of qadar.

And do you know what the night of glory is?

The night of glory is better than a thousand months.

On that night the angels and the Spirit (Gabriel) descended with the permission of his Lord to manage all affairs.

Prosper (that night) until dawn.

Regarding the fall of the night of Lailatul Qadar, there are several opinions that say that the event fell on the 17th of Ramadan.

Before knowing the night prayer of Lailatul Qadar and its features, first, know the signs of the arrival of the following Lailatul Qadar night:

 

The sun feels shady and not too stinging

The air feels cool and calming

Dreaming of the night of Lailatul Qadar

Feel the pleasure and busyness in worship

So how is the Latin reading of the night prayer of Lailatul Qadar and its features for Muslims? Check out the following description.

 

Reading the Night Prayer of Lailatul Qadar

 

On the night of Lailatul Qadar, Muslims are encouraged to pray more. Because Allah will surely answer the prayers of each of His servants.

 

Coinciding with the revelation of the first verse of the Qur’an which is also called the Nuzulul Qur’an incident. But another opinion says that the night of Lailatul Qadar falls on odd days in the last ten nights of Ramadan.

In addition to praying for goodness and achieving dreams in life, it is recommended to read the prayers read by the Prophet Muhammad. The following is the reading of the night prayer of Lailatul Qadar:

 

Allahumma innaka ‘afuwwun tuhibbul ‘afwa fa’fu ‘annii.

 

Meaning: “O Lord, You are Most Forgiving, You love those who ask forgiveness. Therefore forgive me),” (HR Ibn Majah).

The Specialty of Lailatul Qadar Night

1. Better than a Thousand Months

Lailatul Qadar is the most important night in the month of Ramadan. According to the majority of scholars, it is agreed that if you do charity on the night of Lailatul Qadar, it is equivalent to doing worship for a thousand months.

2. The Fall of the Angels

The specialty of the next night of Lailatul Qadar is the descent of the angel Gabriel and other angels sent by Allah SWT. Even according to Al-Imam Al-Qurtubi, in every layer of the sky from Sidratul vomiting, the angels will descend to earth to confirm all the prayers of Muslims that are said that night until dawn.

3. A Night of Blessings

On the night of Lailatul Qadar, Allah SWT sends blessings to humans on earth. So it’s a shame if we miss this opportunity by not doing worship.

4. God Forgives Past Sins

Not only the sins of the present, but Allah will also forgive past sins to every human being who worships on the night of Lailatul Qadar. So that Muslims are encouraged to read more Istighfar.

5. Determination of Destiny in a Year

On the night of Lailatul Qadar, Allah SWT will determine human destiny for one year. Therefore it is recommended for every human being to pray well. May Allah give him the best destiny.

That was the review of the night prayer of Lailatul Qadar and its privileges for Muslims.