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The daily routine of a believer in the month of Ramadan

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Published April 25, 2021
The daily routine of a believer in the month of Ramadan

News Desk: Training period for Ramadan believers. During this month the believer becomes accustomed to a well-controlled virtuous life and the other months of the year live according to it. Therefore, in Ramadan, the believer practices obedience to God, good deeds, worship, instinctual worship and abstinence from disobedience to God. That practice can be according to the following schedule, the Qur’an, Hadith and Rasulullah (Sa.) – Arranged in the light of its daily life: –

 

A. The morning of the believer in Ramadan-

1. Answering the Azan: A believer’s daily life begins with hearing the Fajr Azan. He first answers the call to prayer and recites the prayer of the call to prayer. Regarding the answer to the call to prayer
Rasulullah (Sa.) Said, ‘On the Day of Resurrection he will receive my intercession.’ (Sahih Bukhari, Hadith: 614)

2. Sunnat of Fajr: Rasulullah (Sa.)  said, ‘Two rak’ahs of Fajr are better than the Sunnah of the world and what is in it.’ (Sahih Muslim, Hadith: 725)

3. Fajr in congregation: Rasulullah (Sa.) said, ‘Give glad tidings of full light on the Day of Resurrection to those who come to the mosque in the darkness of night.’ (Sunan Abi Dawood, Hadith: 561)

4. Recitation of Zikir and Tasbeeh: After Fajr prayers, men will recite Zikir, Tilawat and Tasbeeh in the mosque and women will recite Zainamaz. Because ‘ Rasulullah (Sa.) used to sit on his knees after the Fajr prayers until the sun rose in full.’ (Sunan Abi Dawood, Hadith: 4850)

5. Ishraq reading: Mahanobi  (Sa.) said, “Whoever performs the Fajr prayers in congregation, then sits and recites Allah until the sun rises, then performs two rak’ats of prayers, then he has the reward of one Hajj and one Umrah.” (Sunan Tirmidhi, Hadith: 586)

6. Donate: Every morning the angels pray for the giver. So it is better to start the day by giving. Rasulullah (Sa.)  said, ‘Every morning two angels descend. One of them said, O God! Give the giver a good reward for his gift and the other said, O Allah! Destroy the miser. ‘(Sahih Bukhari, Hadith: 1442)

 

B. The believer’s noon in Ramadan-

1. Searching for halal livelihood: If one’s earnings are haraam, he will try to get back from it in Ramadan The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said, ‘Allaah makes the way to Paradise easy for the one who goes in search of work.’ (Saheeh Muslim, Hadith: 2699)

2. Preparing for the Zohar prayers: Answering the Azan of the Zohar, preparing for the prayers and performing the prayers with the congregation.

3. Taking care of the Sunnah prayers: Rasulullah (Sa.) said, ‘Whoever performs the 12 rak’at (Sunnah) prayers day and night, Allaah will build a house in Paradise for him.’ (Saheeh Muslim, Hadith: 728)

4. Cooperation in family work: Ayesha (ra) said, ‘ Mahanobi  (Sa.) used to fix shoes, sew clothes and work as you do at home.’ (Musnad Ahmad, Hadith: 25380)

 

C. The afternoon of the believer in Ramadan-

1. Preparation of Asr prayers: Answering Asr Azan, preparation of Asr prayers and performing Asr prayers with the congregation in the mosque.

2. Attending a religious meeting in the mosque: Rasulullah (Sa.) said, ‘Whoever goes to the mosque in the evening just to learn or teach good things will get the reward of a full Hajj.’ (Sunan Tabarani)

3. Recitation of the Qur’an: Abdullah bin Abbas (RA) said, “Every night in the month of Ramadan, Gabriel (AS) used to come to the Messenger of Allah (SAW) and they both used to recite the Holy Qur’an and recite it to each other.” (Bukhari, Hadith: 6).

4. Prayers before Iftar: Fasting prayers are accepted before Iftar. Rasulullah (Sa.) said, ‘The prayers of three people are not returned: the righteous ruler, the fasting person when he breaks his fast, and the prayers of the oppressed person.’ (Sunan Ibn Majah, Hadith: 1752)

5. Simple Iftar: Mahanobi (SA) used to like very simple iftar. Abdullah bin Abi Auf (RA) Narrated from, ‘During Ramadan, we accompanied the Rasul (SA) . At sunset, he called one of them and said, “Serve Iftar with water mixed with Chatur.” (Muslim Sharif, Hadith: 1099)

D. The night of the believer in Ramadan

1. Preparation for Maghrib prayers: Answering Maghrib Azan and performing prayers with Jamaat.

2. Recitation of dhikr and tasbih: Recitation of dhikr and tasbih in the evening mentioned in the hadith.

3. Divine practice in the family: To inquire about the whole family and if there is time to discuss the religion or to read the books of an elderly scholar. Allah says, ‘You keep on advising. Because admonition only benefits the believers. ‘(Surah Jariyat, verse: 55)

4. Preparation for Isha prayers: The Rasulullah said, “If a person purifies himself at home and goes to a mosque on foot to perform the obligatory prayers, his sins are forgiven in one step and his dignity is increased in another step.” (Saheeh Muslim, Hadith: 666).

5. Preparation of Esha prayers: Answering the Ezan of Esha, praying with the congregation and reciting the Sunnah prayers of Esha.

6. Performing Taraaweeh prayers with the congregation: The Mahanobi (SA) said, ‘Whoever prays Taraaweeh prayers with the Imam and returns home, Allaah will prescribe for him the reward of praying the whole night.’ (Sunan al-Nasaa’i, Hadith: 1605)

7. Performing tahajjud and eating sahri: There is a special opportunity to recite tahajjud in Ramadan. And eating sahri is circumcision. Rasulullah (Sa.) said, ‘You eat sahri. Because there is blessing in Sahri. ‘(Sahih Bukhari, Hadith: 1923)

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