Why Friday Is Such a Blessed Day in Islam
Why Friday Is Such a Blessed Day in Islam Jan 10

Why Friday Is Such a Blessed Day in Islam

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Friday is referred to as Jumma, Al-Jumu'ah, or Jumma. Friday is an Arabic term that literally means to gather together as a group. This mostly refers to the Friday prayer at mosques, also known as the Jumma -Prayer, in which Muslims gather as a community to worship. Those prayers begin about midday and generally begin with an Imam's lecture (called Khutbah) on a variety of subjects in a Muslim's life, primarily family difficulties or current-related topics in society. Then two Rakats are recited. Here is an article on Why Friday Is Such a Blessed Day in Islam offered by our travel agency with the best and
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• Praying together creates peace, harmony, and serenity.
It's psychologically proved (and you can even test it!) that gathering as a group on a regular basis to meet and pray together provides peace to the heart. Because you not only get to stand shoulder to shoulder next to each other, but you also get to chat about common issues that you might be able to help address by listening to the sermon. And, most importantly, you are surrounded by your Muslim brothers, individuals who share your aims and aspirations for this life and the next.
• Friday and Its Importance in Islam
Friday, according to the Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him), is one of the best days of the week. Why that?
1. Adam (peace be upon him) was formed, admitted to Paradise, sent down to Earth, and died on Friday.
2. the last bell will sound (the last hour will occur).
3. the cry will be created; the heavens and earth will be completed, and there will come a day when all your supplications will be quickly accepted.
• The significance of Friday Surah al-Kahaf reading
Whoever reads Surah al-Kahaf on the Day of Jumu'ah, a light will shine from near his feet to the clouds of the sky. That will glow for him on the Day of Judgement, and he will be pardoned (his sins) between the two Fridays, according to Ibn Umar. Reading Surah al-Kahaf (the cave) on Fridays, which is the 18th chapter of the Quran by the way, is quite beneficial, as many of you may have read. All of your transgressions between the two Fridays, that is, from the previous Friday to the present one, will be pardoned, according to the Hadith above. So, why should you pass up this chance? On the off chance that Allah SWT will, let us all read this wonderful Surah on a weekly basis.
• Surah al-Kahaf teaches us four things.
1. A Test of Faith (People of the cave- As’habul Kahaf)
2. The Wealth Test (stories of the 2 men & the 2 gardens)
3. The Knowledge Test (Prophet Moses- peace be upon him- & al-Khidr)
4. Power Trial (Dhul Qarnain and Ya'juj Ma'juj)
Iblis (the Devil) is the one who provokes these difficulties in the middle of these four episodes in this Surah. So, how can we persevere in the face of adversity? This Surah al-Kahaf also has solutions.
• By being sincere
• By praying to Allah
• Friday To-Do list!
1. Recite Surah al-Kahaf
2. Clipping nails
3. Taking a bath
4. Using perfume
5. Using miswak
6. Applying kohl
7. Wearing attractive clothing
8. Remember, on Friday, there is one single instant when all of your supplications will be effortlessly accepted!
9. Sending many praises to our Holy Prophet Muhammad PBUH
10. To men: participate in Jumu'ah prayer and pay close attention to the Khutbah
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