What is Prayer? What are the hadiths about the importance of prayer? Prayer Verses And Examples

The dictionary meaning of prayer is invocation and invocation. In certain sources, it also means “appeal”. Prayer has a great importance in the religion of Islam and can be used in many different kinds of worship, especially prayer. For example, praying while intending to fast or breaking the fast is among the requirements of the sunnah. Here are all the details about prayers.

At the same time, it is necessary to pray frequently in order to be purified from sins, to be protected from the torment of hell and to be purified. Prayers can be selected from the verses of the Qur’an, as well as from many different hadith sources.

 What are the hadiths about the importance of prayer?

 Like worship, prayers can be done individually or collectively. Many authentic hadiths emphasizing the importance of prayer have been carried to the present day by many people after centuries. According to a hadith reported by Buhari, Hz. Muhammad once said that ‘Allah loves those who persist in prayer’. The importance and wisdom of prayer is emphasized in this way in order not to fall into dismay and not to despair of Allah’s mercy and blessings.

 Many hadiths emphasizing the power of prayer are also cited by famous hadith scholars such as Bukhari and Abu Dawud. The saying “Prayer is a shield against accident” was said in Medina and has survived to the present day. Here, the preventive power of prayer is discussed rather than its constructive and restorative power.

 What are the hadiths that contain prayers?

Some of the narrated hadiths have the meaning and nature of prayer directly. It is found in many sources and Hz. One of the most frequent prayers of Muhammad is the following hadith: “O Allah, give us beauty in this world and in the hereafter. Protect us from the torment / shame of hell. In this concise prayer, Muhammad underlined that a Muslim should only seek help from Allah for his life in this world and in the hereafter.

 Before or after meals. It is recorded that Muhammad prayed as follows: “O Allah, give us the cleanest sustenance and well-being. Protect us from haram and direct our hearts only to you.”

 As can be understood from these hadiths, a Muslim should pray frequently, not only for the fulfillment of a wish, but also for praising and giving thanks to Allah.

 What are the Hadiths on Curse?

 As it is known, there are many different types of prayer. Negative hadiths about prayers in Islam known as ‘curse’ are also reported. For, a Muslim should not wish the evil of another person, nor should he pray for it. At the same time, there are hadiths that are of a warning nature. “Beware of the curse of the oppressed. It is possible for the prayers of oppressed people to be accepted in the sight of Allah, as in the hadith “Even if it is a spark, it can rise to the sky”.

 Prayer Verses and Examples

 There are many different verses in the Quran that are directly in the form of prayer. The majority of these verses consist of examples of the prayers of our prophets. For example, This prayer that Moses uttered when he was in trouble set an example for all other Muslims:

 ”My God. You forgive our sins. Forgive the excesses in our deeds and deeds. On the ground / Press our feet firmly on the earth. Help us against the disbelievers who have blasphemed.

 As can be seen from this extremely concise and deep prayer, every Muslim who is in trouble should seek help from Allah alone. Although there is help and solidarity among believers, real help can only come from Allah. In every struggle against the oppression of the infidels, prayer has a power that both relieves the heart and leads people to success.

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