Qur’an lesson for the day: 107. Commandment to observe Prayer‏

107. Commandment to observe Prayer

[14:32] Say to My servants who have believed, that they should observe Prayer and spend out of what We have given them, secretly and openly, before there comes a day wherein there will be neither bargaining nor friendship.

[2:111] And observe Prayer and pay the Zakat; and whatever good you send on before you for yourselves, you shall find it with Allah; surely, Allah sees all that you do.

24:57] And observe Prayer and give the Zakat and obey the Messenger, that you may be shown mercy.

[17:79] Observe Prayer at the declining and paling of the sun on to the darkness of the night, and the recitation of the Qur’an in Prayer at dawn. Verily, the recitation of the Qur’an at dawn is specially acceptable to God.

[11:115] And observe Prayer at the two ends of the day, and in the hours of the night that are nearer the day. Surely, good works drive away evil works. This is a reminder for those who would remember.

[2:4] Who believe in the unseen and observe Prayer, and spend out of what We have provided for them;

[2:44] And observe Prayer and pay the Zakat, and bow down with those who bow.

[2:278] Surely, those who believe and do good deeds, and observe Prayer and pay the Zakat, shall have their reward from their Lord, and no fear shall come on them, nor shall they grieve.

[6:73] “And we have been given the command: ‘Observe Prayer and fear Him;’ and He it is to Whom you shall be gathered.”

[22:36] Whose hearts are filled with fear when Allah is mentioned, and who patiently endure whatever befalls them, and who observe Prayer, and spend out of what We have provided for them.

[20:131] Bear patiently then what they say, and glorify thy Lord with His praise before the rising of the sun and before its setting; and glorify Him in the hours of the night and at the sides of the day, that thou mayest find true happiness.

Courtesy: Amjad Tariq Sydney

Categories: Asia

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