Two Types of Du’ā and the Conditions for its Acceptance – By Abu Khadeejah ‘Abdul Wahid

Abu Khadeejah ‘Abdul Wahid

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[03/11/2017] Two Types of Du’ā and the Conditions for its Acceptance – By Abu Khadeejah ‘Abdul Wahid حفظه الله. Khutbah at Masjid As-Salafi, Birmingham, UK.

Some points discussed during this Khutbah:

  • Āyāt regarding supplicating to Allāh.
  • A command and promise from Allāh. 
  • The two types of supplication to Allāh: the du’ā of worship and the du’ā of seeking, with examples.
  • The obligation of making du’ā. 
  • The manner in which Allāh responds to each type of du’ā.
  • Four conditions for du’ā to be accepted:
  • Sincerity. 
  • Those whose supplications are not accepted. 
  • The supplication must not contain any sin or transgression.
  • Examples of impermissible supplications.
  • A warning against hastiness when making du’ā.  
  • Being certain of a response. 
  • The three ways in which Allāh responds to our du’ā.
  • The supplication Allāh will not respond to.
  • Abandoning what is ḥarām. 
  • The command to consume what is good and permissible, and the consequences of not doing so. 
  • The necessity of supplicating to Allāh in times of ease. 
  • The du’ā that is answered. 

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