دعاء الاستفتاح in the prayer

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2 years 8 months ago #37 by Sara
Same document just added text in Arabic language( Hadeeths and holy verses of Quran).

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2 years 8 months ago - 2 years 7 months ago #38 by Mahmood Ahmed
Assalam Alaykum All,

First of all I thank all who participated in answering question about اسم الله الاعظم . Let me wrap the discussion:

1. Is Ism Azam a specific one or general? The answer is SPECIFIC as the language tells as a PROPER NOUN is used الاعظم.

2. Have we given the knowledge of that? The answer is NO. Holy Prophet ﷺ knew that, however, we are not given the knowledge of that SPECIFIC with 100% certainty. Just like Laila tul Qadr (لَيْلَةُ الْقَدْر), we are not given knowledge. We must maximize our efforts to get it.

3. What is the best approach? I follow the safest approach to make sure that I don't miss اسم الله الاعظم in my duaa. Safest approach is to collect all what different scholars have said and say before duaa. We'll not miss it In Sha Allah.
هو ! 2. الله 3. الله الرحمن الرحيم 4. الرحمن الرحيم الحي القيوم 5. الحي القيوم 6. الحنان المنان بديع السماوات والأرض ذو الجلال والاكرام الحي القيوم 7. بديع السماوات والأرض ذو الجلال والاكرام 8. ذو الجلال والإكرام 9. الله لا إله إلا هو الأحد الصمد الذي لم يلد ولم يولد ولم يكن له كفوا أحد 10. رب 11. " لا إله إلا أنت سبحانك إني كنت من الظالمين " 12. هو الله .الله الذي لا إله إلا هو رب العرش العظيم 13. " لا إله إلا الله " .

Next question is about the word وبِحَمْدكَ. Just like the word سُبْحانَ we covered its meanings and different dimensions, what are different meanings and different dimensions of this word? Some questions, answer as many as you can:

1) How many times Hamd and its derivatives in come Quran?
2) What does it mean when we say (سُبْحانَكَ اللَّهمَ وبِحَمْدكَ) Your Tasbeeh with Your Hamd? What does "With your Hamd" mean?
3) Why Hamd is purely for Allah and not for anyone else (ٱلْحَمْدُ لِلَّٰهِ).
4) Why the end of everything is ٱلْحَمْدُ لِلَّٰهِ? What does it mean as in below ayat?
فَقُطِعَ دَابِرُ الْقَوْمِ الَّذِينَ ظَلَمُوا ۚ وَالْحَمْدُ لِلَّهِ رَبِّ الْعَالَمِينَ ‎﴿٤٥﴾ Al-Inaam
وَتَرَى الْمَلَائِكَةَ حَافِّينَ مِنْ حَوْلِ الْعَرْشِ يُسَبِّحُونَ بِحَمْدِ رَبِّهِمْ ۖ وَقُضِيَ بَيْنَهُم بِالْحَقِّ وَقِيلَ الْحَمْدُ لِلَّهِ رَبِّ الْعَالَمِينَ ‎﴿٧٥﴾ Al-zumr
دَعْوَاهُمْ فِيهَا سُبْحَانَكَ اللَّهُمَّ وَتَحِيَّتُهُمْ فِيهَا سَلَامٌ ۚ وَآخِرُ دَعْوَاهُمْ أَنِ الْحَمْدُ لِلَّهِ رَبِّ الْعَالَمِينَ ‎﴿١٠﴾ Yunus

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2 years 7 months ago #40 by Sara
Next question the word وبِحَمْدكَWhat are different meanings and different dimensions of this word?

“Waa “(and )Hamd (praise+thanks ) and ka (your).Mean we acknowledge and declare (tawheed) with His praise. Al-hamdulillah is an expression of both praise and gratitude to Allah (swt).It is a word made up of about 3 parts:
al, the definite article meaning “the”. hamdu, which literal means “praise” .li-llah, preposition + noun Allah. Putting this together we get “All Praise To Allah” or “Praise and thanks be to Allah”.We use allhumdiolliah in our conversation to express our satisfaction or gratitude to Allah’s blessings upon us.. Alhamdulillah can be used in several different ways depending on the condition of usage. However, in each case, the speaker is giving thanks and appreciation to Allah (SWT). Most often we say allhumdollilah in Dikr and if we say 100times we will get 1000 rewards..and we also say when we or someone else sneeze. Hamd of Allah SWT is the first statement of the Quran’s opening chapter, al-Fatiha, and is the last call of the people of Paradise (Quran - Surah Yunus, 10:10). The first word prophet Adam 's said was also alhumdollilah
Malik Al-Ash’ari (may Allah be pleased with him) reported:The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said: “Purity is half of iman (faith). ‘Al-hamdu lillah (all praise and gratitude belong to Allah)’ fills the scales, and ‘subhan-Allah (how far is Allah from every imperfection) and ‘Al-hamdulillah (all praise and gratitude belong to Allah)’ fill that which is between heaven and earth.”
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2 years 7 months ago #41 by Sara
Q:2 How many times Hamd and its derivatives come in Quran?
Ans: 43times for praising Allah.
This answer I am giving after searching the word "Hamd " at Tanzeel.net.
The word Hamad came 49 times and 43 times as praising of Allah (Al Hamdu and Behamdi ) and one time for people ( Yuhamdu ) in sura Al Imran verse # 188 and one time as Ahmad Prophet PBUH name and 4 time as Muhammad (again in Prophet PBUH’s name).

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2 years 7 months ago #42 by Sara
Q:3 Why Hamd is purely for Allah and not for anyone else (ٱلْحَمْدُ لِلَّٰهِ).
Because Allah is the one and only true God. He is the creator of everything and we should be only grateful to Him for everything he bestowed upon us. Only Muslims have the opportunity to say Allhamdullilah that’s why we can say ourselves that we are the people of Allhudulllilah. One of Allah 's name is" Al hameed "which means praise worthy. So when we do tasbeeh and tahmeed it mean we are declaring and acknowledge" Allah is complete perfection and true one and only God and and all praises and gratitude belongs to Him only".

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2 years 7 months ago #43 by Sara
Q;4 What does it mean when we say (سُبْحانَكَ اللَّهمَ وبِحَمْدكَ) Your Tasbeeh with Your Hamd? What does "With your Hamd" mean?
Ans; For the best answer of this question I recommended everyone to watch the YouTube video of Ustad Nouman Ali Khan, I shared it in whatsAap group..
First of all meaning of these words سبحانك اللهم – How perfect You are O Allah.
How sacred/pure You are O Allah and free from every deficiency and defect.
وبحمدك – And with You is all praise.
All praise and thanks belong to You alone because You are the originator of everything.
The words of tasbeeh, “Subhaan Allaah”, incorporate one of the greatest fundamental meanings of Tawheed and one of the basic principles of belief in Allaah, may He be glorified and exalted, which is declaring Him to be above any fault, shortcoming, corrupt notions or false idea. The basic linguistic meaning points to this and is taken from the word al-sabh which means distance or being far from something. 
With regard to the meaning of the phrase bi hamdihi: in brief, it means combining tasbeeh (glorification) and hamd (praise), either simultaneously or consecutively. So the meaning is: I glorify Allaah as I am praising Him or I glorify Allaah and I praise Him. 
Al-Hamd (Praise) is more general than Al-Shukr (Gratitude) as it includes the meanings of Shukr and Mad-h (Speaking Well); Hamd (Praise) can be used instead of Shukr but Shukr cannot be used to express Hamd4)
Al-Haafiz Ibn Hajar (may Allaah have mercy on him) said:

With regard to the words “wa bi hamdihi”:
It was said that the waw indicates simultaneous action, so the meaning is: I glorify Allaah at the time when I am praising Him for His help and support. And it was said that it refers to consecutive actions, so the meaning is: I glorify Allaah and I praise Him.
It may be that the meaning is: I laud Him by praising Him. So “Subhaan Allaah” is a separate phrase, and “bi hamdihi” is separate phrase.

Al-Khattaabi said concerning the phrase “Subhaanaka Allaahumma Rabbana wa bi hamdika (Glory be to You, O Allaah, our Lord, and praise) – i.e., by means of Your strength which is a blessing for which You are to be praised I glorify You, not by my power and strength

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