Reading Dzikir that Gets Remembrance Pahala, Grace, Sin Pardoned God

If we have free time it helps us fill that leisure time is the remembrance of God through the words, our words rather than reading or thinking or daydreaming fill it with something that no-no. With the remembrance (dhikr say) it is hoped we will remember the creator God Almighty so that makes our hearts at ease. “Remember, with remembrance remembrance of Allah, the heart will be peaceful” (Surat ar-Ra’d verse 28).
Based on the Hadith by Bukhari / Muslim (Word of the Prophet Muhammad):
1. SUBHAANALLAAH (100 times)
meaning: Glory to God
replies: thousand hasanat (delete one thousand sins).
2. SUBHAANALLAAH WABIHAMDIHI (100 times)
meaning: Glory to Allah, and Praised
replies: forgiven his sins even though as much froth in the sea.
3. SUBHAANALLAAH WABIHAMDIHI SUBHAANALLAAHIL adheem
meaning: Glory to Allah, and Praised, Glorified be Allah and Exalted
Reply to: get a lot of good deeds because Allah preferred.
4. SUBHAANALLAAH WALHAMDULILLAAH walaa ilaaha ILLALLAAH WALLAAHU AKBAR
meaning: Glory to Allah, Praise To God, there is no god but Allah, and Allah is Great
virtues: Preferred Speech of Allah than the sunlit (World)
5. LAA HAULA walaa QUWWATA ILLAA BILLAAH
meaning: There is no power and effort except with Allah’s help.
benefits: As a treasure in heaven savings.
6. Reading salawat (1 times)
replies: Ten Times Rahmat
7. La ilaha ILLALLAAH WAHDAHU LAA SYARIIKALAH LAHUL MULKU WALAHUL hamdu, WAHDAHUWA ‘Alaa KULLI SYAI-IN QADIRR (100 times in one day).
meaning: There is no god but Allah, the almighty one, no partner to Him, and praise him the kingdom, He is mighty over all things.
replies: 10 same as freed slaves, have 100 good, minus 100 ugliness, guarded from satan s / d evening.
8. AL ASTAGHFIRULLAAH adheem WA ATUUBU ILAAIHI (> 70 times)
meaning: By Allah, I ask forgiveness of Allah and repent to Him.
replies: thousand hasanat (delete one thousand sins).
May Allah give mercy and Hidayahnya to All of Us, Amiiin.

 

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Man who always pray to Allah SWT

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