Best dua that every Muslim should recite everyday
Dangers and troubles keep coming in human life. Trouble comes in the life of every Muslim and non-Muslim. Today’s article highlights some of the best dua narrated in the Qur’an-Sunnah that every Muslim should always recite However, the status of a believer in danger is different. The Prophet (saw) said:
“The condition of the believer is very wonderful! Every condition of his is good for him. And this is only for the believers. The believer gives thanks to Allah in happiness and prosperity so that he gets welfare (i.e. reward). He is patient when faced with adversity and danger. This is also good for him (i.e. sins are forgiven)” (Muslim)
In all cases, it is important for believers to believe in their hearts that everything is by the command of Allah. He alone can save us from any calamity. He is the sole owner of peace and security. In the Holy Quran, Allah says,
“Every calamity that befalls you on earth is recorded before it happens. That is easy for Allah. This is so that you may not be saddened by what you have lost, nor be overjoyed at what He has given you. Allah does not love the arrogant ones.” (Quran-57:22-23)
Therefore, in all situations of life, a Muslim should do these deeds-
- Keeping faith in destiny in mind and having firm faith in destiny.
- Tawakkul or reliance on Allah.
- To return to Allah through repentance and forgiveness.
- To pay attention to the best dua narrated in the Qur’an-Sunnah.
Dua for healing, liberation from deprivation, and liberation from the torment of the grave
Allahumma a’fini fi badani, Allahumma a’fini fi sam’yi, Allahumma a’fini fi bachari, la ilaha illa anta. Allahumma inni a’ujubika minal kufri, wal fakri, Allahumma inni a’ujubika min ajabil qabri, la ilaha illa anta.
Meaning: O Allah! You give me physical security. O Allah! Grant security to my hearing. Grant security in my eyes. There is no god but you. O Allah! I seek refuge in You from disbelief and poverty. O Allah! I seek refuge in You from the torment of the grave. There is no god but you. (Abu Dawood, Musnad Ahmad)
The best dua for salvation from danger
‘La ilaha illa anta subhanaka inni kuntu minaz-zalimin.’
Meaning: There is no god but you. I am describing your holiness. Surely I am of the criminals. (Qur’an 21:87)
Dua for protection from all kinds of evils
The Prophet (saw) said, “Whoever says three times in the evening-
‘Bismillahillazi la yadurru ma’asmihi shaiyun fil ardi wala fis-samayi, wa huas-samiul alim’
Meaning: In the name of Allah, by whose blessing nothing in the sky and the earth can harm, He is the All-Hearing, the All-Knowing.
No sudden danger will come to that person till morning. And whoever recites this du’a three times in the morning, no harm will come to him till evening.’ (Tirmidhi, Abu Dawood)
‘A’uju bikalimatillahit-tammati min sharri ma khalaq’
Meaning: I seek refuge in Allah from harms and evils of all creation through His full words. (Muslim)
Dua to get rid of the trouble
‘Hasbiyallahu la ilaha illa huwa, a’laihi tawakkaltu wa huwa rabbul a’rshil azeem.’
Meaning: Allah is sufficient for me, there is no god but He. I trust him. He is the Lord of the Great Throne. (Abu Dawood)
‘Ya haiyu, ya qayyum birhamatika astagich, aslih li sha’ni qullahu, wala takilni ila nafsi tarfata a’yin.’
Meaning: O Ever-Living, O Ruler of the Universe, I beseech You for help in Your mercy, purify all my affairs and do not leave me alone for a moment. (Nasai)
Pray for security
‘Allahumma inni asalukal afwa, wal afiyata fid-duniya wal akhirah.’
Meaning: O Allah! I pray to you for forgiveness and security in this world and in the hereafter.
‘Allahumma asalukal afwa wal afiyata fi deeni wa duniya wa ahli wa mali.’
Meaning: O Allah! I pray to you for forgiveness and security in my religion, world, family, and wealth.
Dua to fulfill any imprisonment
‘La hawla wala kuwwata illa billahil aliyil azeem’
Meaning: I do not have the ability to avoid sins and do good deeds without the grace of Allah. He is the greatest.
The best prayer for forgiveness
The Prophet (saw) said, “Whoever recites this du’a with firm belief, dies by reciting it during the day or dies by reciting it at night, will be a dweller of Paradise.
‘Allahumma anta rabbi la ilaha illa anta khalaqtani, wa ana abduka wa ana ala ahadika wa wa’dika masta’tu. A’ujubika min sharri ma chana’tu. Abu’laqa bini’matika a’laiya, wa abu’bizambi, fagfirli junubi fa innahu la yagfiruz zunuba Illa Anta’
Meaning: O Allah! You are my Lord. There is no god but you. You created me and I am your slave. I am as firm as I can on the promises and commitments I have made to you. I seek refuge in You from the evil of what I have done. Confess your grace on me and I confess my sins. So forgive me. Because there is no one to forgive except you. (Bukhari)