12 Goals. Who prayed for Angels


1. People who sleep in a state of purity.

“Those who sleep in a state of purity, the angels will be with her in her dress. He will not wake up to the angels pray ‘O Allah, forgive the servant so and so because sleeping in a state of purity.” (Reported by Imam Ibn Hibban of Abdullah bin Umar)

2. People who were sitting waiting for the prayer.

“It’s not one of you who sit waiting for the prayer, as long as he is in a state of purity, but the angels will pray” O Allah, forgive him. ‘God spare it’ (Narrated by Imam Muslim from Abu Hurayrah, Saheeh Muslim, 469)

3. The people who were in the forefront of rows in prayer in congregation.

“Verily Allah and His angels shalawat to (people – people) who are in rows – rows leader” (Imam Abu Dawud (and Ibn Khuzaimah) from Bara ‘bin’ Azib)

4. People who connect rows on prayer (not allowing a vacuum in the rows).

“Verily, Allah and the angels always shalawat to people who connect rows-rows” (The Imam Ahmad, Ibn Majah, Ibn Khuzaimah, Ibn Hibban and Al-Hakim narrated from Aisha)

5. The angels say ‘aamin’ when the Imam finished reading Al-Fatihah.

“If an Imam reads’ ghairil maghdhuubi ‘alaihim waladh dhaalinn’, then recite the guys’ aamiin ‘, because whoever it coincides with the greeting words of angels, then he will be forgiven his sins are past” (Reported by Imam Bukhari from Abu Hurairah, Sahih Bukhari 782)

6. People who sit in the prayer after prayer.

“The angels will always shalawat (pray) to one of you as long as he is in the prayer hall where he was praying, as long as he has not been canceled wudhunya, (the angels) said, ‘O Allah, forgive and spare it'” (Reported by Imam Ahmad from Abu Hurayrah, Al Musnad no. 8106)

7. The people who perform the morning prayer and ‘Asr in congregation.

“The angels gathered at the morning prayer and the angels (who accompanies servant) at night (which was on duty the night until dawn) up (to the sky), and the angels during the day to stay on. Then they gathered again at the time of prayer ‘ ashar and angels assigned by day (to pray ‘Asr) up (to the sky) while the angels were on duty at night to stay, and God said to them,’ How can you leave my servant? ‘they replied,’ We came, while they were praying and left them while they were praying, so forgive them on the Day of Resurrection ‘”(Reported by Imam Ahmad from Abu Hurayrah, Al Musnad no. 9140)

8. People who pray for his brother without the knowledge of those who prayed.

“The prayer of a Muslim for his brother committed without the knowledge of the person praying is prayer will be granted. On his head is an angel who became deputy for him, whenever he prays for his brother with a kindness, the angels say ‘thou aamiin and get what he got ‘(Imam Muslim from Ummud Darda’, Sahih Muslim 2733)

9. People who berinfak.

“Not a single day where there are morning a servant to him except two angels came down to him, one of the two said, ‘O Allah, give me change for people who berinfak.” And the other says,’ O Allah, destroy the property of the stingy ‘ “(Reported by Imam Bukhari and Imam Muslim from Abu Hurairah, Sahih Bukhari and Sahih Muslim 1442 1010)

10. People who are eating a meal.

“Verily Allah and His angels shalawat (pray) to people who are eating a meal” Insha Allah, including when dawn for fasting “sunnah” (Reported by Imam Ibn Hibban and Imam Ath Thabrani, from Abdullah ibn Umar)

11. People who are visiting the sick.

“It is not a believer to see his brother but Allah will send 70,000 angels for him to be shalawat him anytime of the day until late at night and anytime until dawn” (Reported by Imam Ahmad from ‘Ali ibn Abi Talib, Al Musnad 754)

12. Someone who was teaching kindness to others.

“The virtue of a pious worship like an expert on keutamaanku on a least one of you. Indeed the inhabitants of heaven and earth, even the ant in its hole and even fish, all shalawat to the person who teaches goodness to others” (Reported by Imam Tirmidhi from Abu Umamah Al Bahily)

Wallahua’lam shawwab bish.


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