ar raheem

[Ar-Raheem/The Compassionate)
Like the name Ar-Rahman, this divine name Ar-Raheem often appears in the Qurān and also in the intensive form is derived from rahma (mercy). Here mercy implies pity, patience and forgiveness, all of which sinners need. Allah’s compassion towards us consists in:
- Him overlooking our sins and accepting our repentance - Blessing us with numerous bounties - His affection for us both in this world and the next
- Granting rewards to us in Paradise - His favours to us “There is no God but He, the All-Merciful, the Compassionate” (2.163)
Allah is more merciful than vengeful. In a Hadith, He says “My Mercy surpasses my wrath” (Al-Bukhari, Muslim)
In the Hereafter, Allah is All-Compassionate to the believers only. “My mercy embraces all things, and I shall prescribe it for those who are God-fearing” (7.156)
“Do you think this mother would throw her infant child in the fire? Allah is more merciful to His servants than she is to her child.” (Al-Bukhari, Muslim) “O My servants who have transgressed against their own souls, do not despair of Allah’s mercy, surely He is the All-Forgiving, the All-Compassionate” (39.53)
To be merciful is essential for a Muslim: “The merciful ones will be given mercy by the All-Merciful. Be merciful to those who are on this Earth, and the one in the heavens will have mercy upon you.”
(Al Bukhari, Tirmidhi) -
The one who craves Allah’s mercy shows compassion to others.

When making du'aa remember that Allah is Ar-Rahman, He is Ar-Raheem, He is Al-Ghafoor, He is Al-Mutakabbir, He is Al-Ali, He has 99 beautiful names that show us that He is Allah the one and only. He has the power to give you whatever you want. Allah tells us in Surah Ghafir “Call upon Me, I will respond to you.” So pray for BIG things, things that seem difficult to fathom, things that blow your mind. Don’t limit yourself to what you ask of Him.

Pray 2 rakah and pour your heart out to Al-Wadud - The All loving, Ar Raheem - The Most Merciful, Al Kareem - The Most Generous, Al Fattah - The Opener, Al Alim - The Knower of All, As Sami - The Hearer of All. He is there, He knows everything. Cry to Him. He won’t leave your hands empty.

When Shaytan makes you feel like you’ll never be forgiven so why repent, remember Allah’s 99 names and Ar-Rahman, Ar-Raheem are just two of them :) Always have faith in Allah’s Mercy. It is much GREATER than your sin
So if (the person) recites the Qur'aan, he knows that Allaah, the Perfect and Most High - He is the One who created the Heavens and the Earth and He is the One who subjugated whatever is in the Heavens and the Earth; and that He is the One who gives life and causes death; and that He is the One who has full ability over everything; and that He is ar-Rahmaan (the Extremely Merciful One) ar-Raheem (the One who bestows mercy). So the Qur'aan provides knowledge and awareness of Allaah, the Mighty and Majestic, and that He is the One who bestowed all favours upon us; and that He is the One who created us and gives us provision. So if you recite the Qur'aan, then you will know your Lord, the Perfect and Most High, by means of His Names, His Attributes and His actions.
—  Commentary by Shaykh Saaleh al Fawzaan (hafithahullaah) in his explanation of al Usool uth Thalaatha (The Three Fundamental Principles) by Shaykh Muhammad ibn Abdel-Wahhaab (Rahimahullaah)
At-Takathur

Bismillah Ar-Rahman Ar-Raheem
“In the name of God, the Entirely Gracious, the Entirely Merciful”

Alhakumu at-Takathur
The competition for worldly increase (the good things of this world) distracts you.