What do you and your family members usually do after dawn to live Ramadan fasting ? There are quite a lot of activities that can be chosen after the meal. Starting from watching TV, Youtube, checking chats in Whatsapp groups, to updating the status on our social media.
That’s all right. But in fact, the holiday season of Ramadan is a very special time for worship, Moms. This is because at the time of Allah the Forgiving comes to all the servants who want to worship Him.
Narrated in HR. Bukhari 1145 and Muslim 758, from Abu Hurairah, the Prophet Muhammad described the time when Allah descended into the heavens:
Illustration of Muslim child Photo: Shutterstock
“Every night, God came down to the heavens of the earth, when he was left alone the third night and said: ‘Whoever prays to Me I will answer. Whoever asks of me I will give. And whoever asks for my forgiveness, I will forgive. ”
The last three nights referred to here are either at dawn or around noon, Moms. At that time, God spread His grace, and His mercy to mankind. While pleading for forgiveness to God means to be grateful for all the sins committed by humans in a deliberate or unintentional way.
The Merit Readings are as follows:
(Astaghfirullah Al Adzim)
It means: “I beg your pardon for the Most High God.”
In addition to the above readings, we can also read:
(Astaghfirullohal ‘azhim alladzi la ilaha illa huwal hayyul qoyyum wa atubu ilaih.)
It means: “I ask forgiveness for the Most High God, there is no god but the Living and the Alone, and I repent to him.”
Living in prosperity is also a tradition of good people in the past Photo: Shutterstock
Of course, this good time becomes even more special during the month of Ramadan. Why? Because in the month of Ramadhan every worship we perform will be multiplied by Allah Almighty.
Being solicitous or soliciting for forgiveness during the month of Ramadan is the same as worshiping at a special time during the special month.
Not only that, living in prosperity at the time of the garden was also a custom of the righteous in the past and became a characteristic or characteristic of the inhabitants of heaven as described in the Koran.
Illustrations teach children to ask for God’s forgiveness or to spend time on fasting during Ramadan fasting Photo: Shutterstock
In Ali Imran’s verse 17 verse, Allah says:
(As-shaābirīna wa-shaādiqīna wal-qānitīna wal-munagqīna wal-mustagfirīna bil-as-ḥār)
It means: “They are people who are patient, honest, submissive, diligent in being active and diligent in seeking forgiveness at dawn.”
Yes Moms, this verse shows the virtue of reproducing istighfar at the time of dawn. Therefore, let’s forget about things that are less useful at dawn. Better, use this special time during Ramadan fasting to rest. Hopefully by doing so, we will get Allah’s forgiveness.