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99 Names of Allah and its Importance http://www.aulia-e-hind.com/AllMighty.htm

Posted 26 January 2009 - 01:29 PM (#1) User is offline   Sazeims 

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. ALLAH Any person who is suffering from a big
disease which is uncureable reads this name 100 times
and prays for his good health God will grant him health.


2. AL-RAHMAN If a person reads this name 100 times
after every prayer God will remove all kind of
irresponsibilites from his heart.


3. AL-RAHEEM If a person reads this name 100 times
after every prayer all the nation of God will love that person.


4. AL-MALIK Any person who reads this name of God
after every prayer of Fajar God will make that person a Ghani.


5. AL-QUDOOS The person who reads this name after
zawal as much as he can God will remove all the
soulely problems from his heart.


6. AL-SALAAM If any person reads this name as much as
he can he will always be prevented from all mishappenings and if
a person reads this name 115 times and prays for an unhealthy
person that person will get good health.


7. AL-MOMINO If a person is suffering from any kind of
terror he should read this name 630 times his terror
will be vanished at the moment.


8. AL-MOHAIMENO If a person reads this name 115 times
then God will give him the power to know the hidden facts.


9. AL-AZIZ Any person who reads this name after every
prayer of Fajar God will never make him let down in front
of other people and that person will get great respect.


10. AL-JABAR Any person who reads this name 226 times
he will always be prevented from his enemies.


11. AL-MUTAKABIR Any person who reads this name before
starting any kind of work and read it as much as he
cnan God will succed him in that work.


12. AL-KHALIQ Any person who reads this name all the
time as much as he can God will make an angel for him
who will always pray to God on that person's behalf.
(But still that person is suppose to offer his prayers).


13. AL-BARI If a women who has no chlidren fasts 7
days and after opening her fast with water reads this
name God will grant her children.


14. AL-MUSAVER (same as above)


15. AL-GHAFFAR Any person who reads this name 100
times after every prayer of Friday God will show that
he is being blessed for his sins.


16. AL-QAHAAR Any person who is despartily involved
in the worldly things reads this name as much as he can God
will remove the love for the world and produce his love in his heart.


17. AL-WAHAB If a person really wants somethig so he
should do three sajda's in his house's yard and raise
his hands and read this name 100 times God
will give him his desired need.

clcik here for rest of the names

http://www.aulia-e-hind.com/AllMighty.htm

 

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Posted 16 February 2009 - 07:16 PM (#2) User is offline   Zahra84 

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JazakAllah!
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Posted 09 March 2012 - 12:24 PM (#3) User is offline   Trueeslam 

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Very needed information.
We are Muslims.But many of us don't read the Qur'an and don't know the names of Allah.
Thanks for the reminder.
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Posted 22 April 2012 - 09:13 PM (#4) User is offline   Aljannah 

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Salaam,

I see the Hadiths to learning Allah swts names, but I don't see Hadiths about reciting a Particular name, in order to gain/lose something in life. Please could you explain, how these are at all possible. Did Prophet pbuh say that if we read a certain name of Allah swt, that this will happen or that will happen. Or are there Ayahs in Al-Quran that say this. Please forgive me for my ignorance. I am just very intrigued, and have not had any luck in finding this all out so far, but Insha'Allah ta'ala you can, as you've provided a weblink for it.

Barak'Allah fee
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Posted 23 April 2012 - 12:06 AM (#5) User is offline   seeker 

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View PostAljannah, on 22 April 2012 - 09:13 PM, said:

Salaam,

I see the Hadiths to learning Allah swts names, but I don't see Hadiths about reciting a Particular name, in order to gain/lose something in life. Please could you explain, how these are at all possible. Did Prophet pbuh say that if we read a certain name of Allah swt, that this will happen or that will happen. Or are there Ayahs in Al-Quran that say this. Please forgive me for my ignorance. I am just very intrigued, and have not had any luck in finding this all out so far, but Insha'Allah ta'ala you can, as you've provided a weblink for it.

Barak'Allah fee


Just to give a very short response with one of the evidences - in the Qur'an when certain duas are made or in certain topics, Allah ties it with a particular name. This is also the case in many hadith du'as (masnoon duas). These are no coincidences. Some of these are obvious, for example invoking names of Ghaffaar, Tawwaab, 'Afoow when asking for forgiveness, or Razzaaq with regards to sustenance and provision. Others are not so immediately obvious and scholars of the science have deduced benefits from each of the names.

Having said that - I would be interested in the SOURCE of the above? I, personally, would not accept it before I know that. What you asked is a fair question, barakAllah feek, as many a time it is difficult to see the link and we need to know where our info comes from. I still do not accept some because I just can't see any Qur'anic basis, for example you get those Alims on TV who people phone in and ask questions, and they tell you to recite 1000 Ya Fatimah's after each namaaz or something like that... I'm a sceptic at heart and there are still traces of Salafiyyah inside me... I do always want some kind of 'daleel..! *Sigh*.

PLEASE pray for me - just say Ameen!
OH ALLAH, GUIDE US
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Posted 23 April 2012 - 08:15 AM (#6) User is offline   Aljannah 

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View Postseeker, on 23 April 2012 - 12:06 AM, said:


Just to give a very short response with one of the evidences - in the Qur'an when certain duas are made or in certain topics, Allah ties it with a particular name. This is also the case in many hadith du'as (masnoon duas). These are no coincidences. Some of these are obvious, for example invoking names of Ghaffaar, Tawwaab, 'Afoow when asking for forgiveness, or Razzaaq with regards to sustenance and provision. Others are not so immediately obvious and scholars of the science have deduced benefits from each of the names.

Having said that - I would be interested in the SOURCE of the above? I, personally, would not accept it before I know that. What you asked is a fair question, barakAllah feek, as many a time it is difficult to see the link and we need to know where our info comes from. I still do not accept some because I just can't see any Qur'anic basis, for example you get those Alims on TV who people phone in and ask questions, and they tell you to recite 1000 Ya Fatimah's after each namaaz or something like that... I'm a sceptic at heart and there are still traces of Salafiyyah inside me... I do always want some kind of 'daleel..! *Sigh*.



So very true!

I'm not sure what Sect I belong to, nor have I taken enough time out to discover it. Just barely get the basics done, but insh'Allah ta'ala I will eventually find out what all those sects are about.. (eventually ya)

Yes I think from my part I have done ample research enough to see that no such thing is in Hadith or Qu'ranic verses as far as my knowledge is concerned. But saying that, I have in the past used the names of Allah swt for my own benefit and did see some ease/comfort. Either by them, or some short duas I recited along side them.

So yes, insha'Allah the OP could shed light on the matter soon. It would bring much needed rest to this questioning mind of mine :)
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