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Developing khushu in the prayer
Developing Khushu In The Prayer

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Developing Khushu In The Prayer

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Developing Khushu in the prayer is a practice we strive to achieve. Khushu (Calmness; concentration; humility and being present-minded in Salah) is one of the greatest assets a Muslim can possess in his faith. It comes with struggle; perseverance; and patience and is obtained only by those who work for it; who really set their sights where they should be.

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ISBN: 978-19043362-4-2 SKU: CH104RAJAB Category: Brand:
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Prayer is the greatest of the practicals of Islam, and khushoo in prayer is required by Shariah. One of Shaytaan’s (Satan) most significant plots become to divert people from Salaah by all possible means and to whisper to them during their prayer so as to deprive them of the joy of this worship and cause them to lose the reward for it.

As khushu will be the first thing to disappear from the earth, and we are living in the last times, the words of Hudhayfah (radiy Allaah anhu) are particularly pertinent to us. “The first thing of your religion that you will lose is Khushu, and the last thing that you will lose of your religion is Prayer.”

There may be a person praying who has no goodness in him, and soon you will enter the Masjid and not finding anyone who has Khushuu.

Because of what every person knows about himself, and because of the complaints that one hears from many people about waswaas (insinuating thoughts from Shaytaan) during the Salaah and loss of khushu, the need for some discussion of this matter is quite obvious.

Additional information

Weight .33 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 × 1 × 5.5 cm
Author

Muhammed Salih Al-Munajjid

Publisher

Dar As-Sunnah

Collection

Dar As-Sunnah

ISBN:13

978-19043362-4-2

ISBN:10

1-904336-24-8

Pages

96

Language

English

Cover

Paperback

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