Holy Quran is a complete code of conduct for the Muslims living their lives, it is the world of ALLAH (SWT) that gives us light and guidance.
Table of Contents
We talked about the Facts of Quran in one of our recent posts and told the important instructions given by Allah to mankind in the Holy Quran. Today, we will sum up the ten Duas from the Quran, which will be very helpful for your daily life.
1. If you want a Good Spouse/Children
Most people ask about “How they can get a good Husband or Wife” or anything that can make them conceive children. So, Quran has all the answers to their query.
2. For Allah’s Mercy
Allah is Ar-Rahman Ar-Raheem if you think you have ever committed a sin, no matter how big it is, make sure you seek his refuge, so you can live peacefully under the shade of his blessings.
3. For Finding Out The Truth
You may come to a place in life where everything is uncertain, especially when you have to make a tough decision ever in life; this dua is perfect for that situation.
4. Asking Allah To Make You A Righteous Person
Earning Jannah is not an easy task, continuously asking Allah to make you among the righteous person as well as making an effort to be a better person, can make all of this happen.
In this era, we are surrounded by dirt like vulgarity, nudity, and interest. And somehow, all of us are the victims of these dirty things; asking Allah to make you pure will help you eradicate the useless thoughts in your head.
6. Strengthening your Imaan
Duniya is full of temptations and Haram things, and Satan is free, violating our souls. We must protect our Imaan, and for that cause, we must seek Allah’s help by reciting this dua.
7. Asking For Easiness When Facing Hardship
We blogged about Duas to recite while facing stress, sadness, and trouble. But this is also a great dua you can recite to make your troubles disappear.
8. Seeking Allah’s Forgiveness
Always seek Allah’s forgiveness, no matter how good you think you are. When Umar (RA) died, he continuously sought Allah’s forgiveness. Although Prophet (PBUH) had given him the highest rank, he still sought Allah’s forgiveness.
9. Dua for Patience
All of us are hasty in making decisions or doing any work; we do not have patience, while Allah loves the Patient People as the verse in Quran goes, “Allah is with the people who do Sabr”
10. Dua For AfterLife
All Muslims believe that all of us have to die, and we will gather on Judgment in front of Allah with all the Good and bad deeds we have done in life.
There is no specific time for reciting these Duas, and you can recite them anytime. Reciting after each Salah will be fruitful. JazakAllah