Praying for an Arabic word means making something to itself with sound and word, and the whole is a claim.
Prayer has been emphasized in the Qur'an and hadiths as one of the most important ways of communicating with God. In verse 2 of the Surah al-Ghafr, God commands people to pray and promises. In this verse, prayer is considered a form of worship and its abandonment is due to the greatness of hell and the humiliating doom.
Prayer or prayer is a form of religious behavior that seeks to relate to an entity that the worshiper considers as his creator or spiritual being. The worshiper in his prayers usually demands a prayer from the audience of his prayer or thanks to the prayer audience. Prayers are usually worded or associated with words in mind, and in some religions it is a more common form of prayer.
Prayers and conditions are mentioned, including reading God by Asmaa al-Hasani, asking the Lord for fear and hope, and for supplication and humiliation, starting with praying with bosom and praise. Prayer is not limited to a specific time and place, but some times and places have been introduced to make prayer more appropriate.
Prayer is the means of evolving the soul and attaining spiritual good which gradually brings man to the love of righteousness and fades him into the sea as a drop. If we look closely at their parents and see the content of their prayers, we find that they are silent in their desire for the standard of living and have given God the task.
Pilgrimage to Jushan the Great
The prayer of Joshua Kabir is mentioned in one of the tombs of Islam by Gabriel for the Prophet of Islam. Zushan Kabir's pilgrimage has a hundred clauses, and each clause contains ten "names" from the name of God, with the exception of paragraph 55, which contains eleven exalted names; therefore, in total, the prayer of Joshua Kabir contains a thousand and one god names. The pilgrimage to Jushan Kabir, quoted by al-Masbah and al-Baldalam, was by Imam Sajjad (PBUH) from his father, Imam Hussein (PBUH); So in one of the narrations, in one of the ghazals that the Prophet was wearing a heavy armor that harassed their body armor, Gabriel came down and proclaimed the Prophet (peace be upon him), reciting the pilgrimage to Joshua and saying: This is the prayer of Joshua Kabiraman of the Prophet and his nation.
According to the narration, whoever reads the prayer of Joshua the Great when he leaves his home, God will preserve him and give him many rewards, and whoever writes the prayer of Joshua the Great on his chest will be immune from retribution.
The Almighty God has built houses in the fourth heaven called Bethlehem; they enter that house seventy thousand angels every day and leave it and do not return to it until the Day of Judgment. The God of Azi and Jalal gives the owner of this prayer the benefits of these angels. In the traditions we have received from the innocent people, it is often seen that God has 99 names for anyone who calls him by these names, the prayers answered, and whoever names them is from Paradise. It is as though the numbering of these names is not just about reading them, but about understanding the meanings and deriving them from these names.
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