tahleel

Beautiful Dhikr Words

الله أكبر. سبحان الله. الحمد لله. لا إله إلا الله. استغفر الله العظيم. لا حول ولا قوة إلا بالله

Allahu akbar: Allah is Supreme.
SubhanAllah: Limitless is Allah in His Glory and utterly pure is He from all flaws and shortcomings.
Alhamdulillah: All praise is due to Allah./> La ilaha illallah: There is deity besides Allah. Astaghfirullahil adheem: I pray for forgiveness from Allah the Mighty. La hawla wala quwwata illa billah: There is no power nor strength except through Allah.

Originally found on: sewaar

The companions would go to the marketplace and recite the takbeer out loud and people would also recite after hearing them. Let us follow their footsteps and encourage others to recite the takbeer as well, as an act of worship and a proclamation of the greatness of Allāh (Glorified and Exalted be He)! You might find it uncomfortable to constantly remind your family members, but if you simply play an audio file from your laptop, mobile, etc., you’ll notice others will join in with the recitation naturally, In shā Allāh.

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“For a Muslim to remind his brothers of good things and acts of righteousness, such as saying tasbeeh, tahleel and takbeer, is something that is prescribed and encouraged, because the one who guides others to do good is like the one who does it, whether it is a verbal reminder or a message sent via mail or mobile phone. If he urges them to send the message on to other people, this is also good, and the good deed will spread further.

What is not allowed is connecting that to a specific number, or saying that the person will be sinning if he does not send it on, such as saying, “Send it to ten people, and if you do not do this then such and such will happen to you.” This is lying and falsehood, and obliging people to do something that sharee’ah does not oblige them to do. There is the fear that the one who does that may be exposed to the punishment of one who fabricates lies about Allaah, may He be exalted, and introduces into the religion things for which Allaah has not given permission.

An example of that is what people send in messages, where the sender of the message says: “Everyone who reads this message should forward it to people, then wait four days. After four days he will be very happy, or else he will be very sad/cursed.” This is fabrication, lying and introducing innovations into the religion.

Hence it is not permissible to distribute this message or to believe the promises or warnings contained in it; rather it should be destroyed and people should be warned against it and against those who send it.

And Allaah knows best”