Al-Jawshan al-Kabîr

Ustad Said Nursi quote from Imam ‘Ali (May God be pleased with him)

God’s Most Noble Messenger (Peace and blessings be upon him), the Supreme Qur’anic commentator, expounded the verse with this supplication. Then the Messenger’s important, precise, intelligent, and exacting student, Imam ‘Ali (May God be pleased with him), composed a supplication-like commentary on his Master’s supplicatory commentary, and discovering another aspect of the supplication, uncovered a further face of the verse.…

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Dua from Ustad Bediüzzaman Said Nursi (1873- 1960)

“O One of Glory Whose magnificence is to be seen in the skies and heavenly bodies! O One of Perfection, the signs and evidences of Whose unity are to be observed in the earth and in all its beings! O Necessary Existent, proofs to Whose necessary existence are present in all things and all creatures! O All-Glorious One of Perfection,…

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Al-Jawshan al-Kabîr 3- A Supplication of the Prophet Mohammad (pbuh)

  21  О God! I beseech Thee through Thy Names: О Most High; Most Faithful; Friend; Possesser of boundless riches; Ozvner of inexhaustible zvealth; Most Pure; Contented; Evident; Hidden; One of infinite strength— Glory be unto Thee, Thou art without partner or fault! There is no god but Thee! Mercy, mercy, deliver us from Hell-fire! 22   О Не wftø metes manifest beauty;…

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Al-Jawshan al-Kabîr 2- A Supplication of the Prophet Mohammad (pbuh)

Al-Jawshan al-Kabīr, which means ‘the strong cuirass or breastplate,’ is a supplication ascribed in a narration from Zayn al-’Abidin, the sor: of Husayn, to his great-grandfather, the Prophet Muhammad (Peace and blessings be upon him). The supplication consists of many divine naines and attributes, most of which are found in the Qur’an, and its recitation is reputed to be highly…

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Al-Jawshan al-Kabîr 1- A Supplication of the Prophet Mohammad (pbuh)

Al-Jawshan al-Kabīr, which means ‘the strong cuirass or breastplate,’ is a supplication ascribed in a narration from Zayn al-‘Abidin, the sor: of Husayn, to his great-grandfather, the Prophet Muhammad (Peace and blessings be upon him). The supplication consists of many divine naines and attributes, most of which are found in the Qur’an, and its recitation is reputed to be highly…

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