A prayer of speedy recovery





Contents

  • 1 Prayers for a speedy recovery
  • 2 prayers for healing
  • 3 different prayers when visiting the patient
  • 4 prayer to visit the patient
  • 5 The Prophet’s guidance in visiting a sick person
  • 6 References

A prayer of speedy recovery

The servant turns to God - the Almighty - in all his conditions, especially if he suffers from illness or disease or needs to achieve an urgent matter, as many supplications and desirable gifts were received in every matter that the servant wants from his Creator. Which the Muslim calls to ask for money, the child or the livelihood, for example, and the supplications for livelihood and money are not like supplications for security and safety from dangers, for every issue is supplications, and one of the most disturbing concerns about the human being and makes his thinking dispersed, and distracts him from worship, food and drink, and from other acts if he is ill or afflicted One of his loved ones, and evil texts came The numerous awareness that refers to a number of special supplications for a request for a speedy recovery, that if a Muslim calls him, God will respond to him by healing him if he wants, or he will reward him in return for delaying the response, or distracting him with a calamity, [1]This was mentioned in an explicit hadith on the Prophet - may God’s prayers and peace be upon him - who said: (There is no Muslim who invokes an invitation in which there is no sin or no rupture of mercy, except that God gave him one of the three, either to expedite his call to him, or to save him for him in the hereafter or to insist on him As bad as they said if we multiply, God said more . [2]

Prayers for healing

In the Noble Qur’an and the Prophet’s Sunnah, there are many supplications, hadiths, and verses that a Muslim should pray for if he is ill or afflicted with one of his relatives or children or the people of his house, and there are many verses and hadiths, but the hadiths are correct and some of them are good without them; including: [3]
  • Reciting Surat Al-Fatihah , and repeating it seven times.
  • Read the verse of the Holy contained in Surat Al-Baqara.
  • Reading Al-Mu'awtazat, which are: Surah Al-Falaq and Al-Nas, and repeating each of them three times.
  • Reciting Surat Al-Ikhlas and repeating it three times.
  • Read the first five verses of Surat Al-Baqara.
  • The patient's supplication by seeking the full words of God by saying: (I seek refuge in the perfect words of God from the evil of what He created) . [4]
  • Seek refuge from Satan and its evils, and from the eye and its impact by saying: (I seek refuge in the full words of God, from every devil and important, and from every eye of knowledge . ) [5]
  • Supplication by saying: (I seek refuge in the utter words of God that are not overcome by righteousness and immorality from the evil of what He created and exonerated and exonerated and from the evil of what descends from heaven and from the evil of what is limping in it and from the evil of what came out of the earth and from the evil of the temptation of the night and the day and the evil of all Tariq, except for a knock, knocking fine . [6]
  • May God Almighty seek complete distress and words from his anger and punishment and from demons and prod them by saying: (I seek the full words of God from his wrath and punishment and the evil of His servants and from the props of demons and attend) . [7]
  • Supplication by saying: (In the name of God, I will bestow you from everything that hurts you from the evil of every soul or envious eye. May God heal you in the name of God, I will thrive you . ) [8]
  • Supplication by saying: (I ask God Almighty, Lord of the Great Throne, to heal you) . [9]

Various prayers when visiting the patient

There are many supplications that can be prayed despite not being received in the Sunnah of the Prophet, including:
  • Oh God, the gentle laxator, the iron laxative, and the accomplished of the promise, and who is every day in a new matter,
Take our sick and sick Muslims out of the throat of the distress to the widest way, by paying what we cannot tolerate. Oh God, pay the Muslims what they cannot tolerate, and forgive them for what they do not know, and heal them with a cure that leaves no sickness, O Lord of the worlds, and there is no power or power except with God Almighty.
  • There is no deity but God, the Wise, the Generous, there is no deity but God, the Most High, the Great, there is no deity but God, Lord of the Seven Heavens and Lord of the Great Throne, there is no deity but God alone who has no partner. He has the king and praises, and He is above all capable. Praise be to God who has no deity. Except he, and he is praise be to the people, and he is capable of everything, glory be to God, praise be to God, and there is no god but God, and God is great, and there is no power and no power but by God, O God, cure Him, O God, cure Him, O God, cure.
  • O God, O Most Compassionate, O Most Merciful, O Most Merciful, O God, grant it to your volcano, which is not good, and keep it with your inalienable strength, and eat it in the night and in the day, and have mercy on it with your ability to do it, you trust and hope, O inspector of concern, O respondent of the needy.
  • Oh God, you who restore the patient to his health and respond to the miserable supplication, O God, we ask you with every name for you to heal him , O God, we ask you in your healing name to forgive him and heal him, O God, there is no refuge and no help from you except for you that you are capable of everything.
  • Oh God, we ask you for your high qualities that no one can describe, and with your beautiful names that no one can count, and I ask you with your honorable self and your honorable face to heal and recover with your strength and strength, O Most Merciful, O Most Merciful, answering those who ask.
  • Oh God, you who restore the patient to his health, and you who respond to the prayer of the miserable, the weak, I ask you to heal him and to be gentle in his body and to write to him a speedy recovery, Akram.
  • Oh God, we ask you for your high qualities that no one can describe, and with your beautiful names that no one can count, and I ask you with your great self and your honorable face to heal and recover him with your strength and strength.
  • O God, hear the supplication of the servant if He invites you, O the patient who heals the sick with your ability, O God, heal him a healing that does not leave a disease, O God, wear him the garment of health and wellness, O Lord of the worlds.
  • Oh God, I ask you of great kindness, generosity, and leave the beautiful, to heal and provide him with health and wellness.
  • Oh God, wear the garment of health and wellness, sooner or later, the most merciful.

Prayer to visit the patient

It is permissible for someone who visited a sick person to call him a speedy recovery, and this is considered one of the etiquette of the visit which the scholars favored the visitor, because the patient at that stage needs to pray for recovery and asks God to remove the bad from him, and that causes him to get out of the disease and the pain to hope for recovery, so it is strengthened. His resolve and relieve him of the sickness he finds, just as this compels his heart and boosts his morale after the disease weakened him and affected him his impact, and the Prophet - may God’s prayers and peace be upon him - had returned if a patient was calling for him, and asking someone who came to visit him to pray for him. [10]
The Prophet - may God bless him and grant him peace - visited Saad bin Abi Waqqas - may God be pleased with him - when he was sick and called for him to recover, as it was narrated from Saad bin Abi Waqas - may God be pleased with him - that he said: (Then he put his hand on my forehead, then he wiped his hand on my face And my belly, then he said: O God, heal Saad, and complete his emigration, and I still find his response to my liver - in what he prefers to me - until the hour) , [11] but the Prophet - may God’s prayers and peace be upon him - called for this and loved him and urged him and taught his companions - my consent God is on their behalf - the formulation of the supplication that hastens the healing of the sick, and that no one who visits a sick person should pray for him in these formulas, [10] including what was narrated by Ibn Abbas - may God be pleased with him - on the authority of the Prophet-prayers God be upon him - he said:(He who is sick again does not attend for him, so he said to him seven times: I ask God Almighty, Lord of the Great Throne, to see if he does . ) [12]
The uplifter and the promoter must realize that healing is first in the hand of God, and he heals whoever he wants and leaves someone who wants to be sick. As for the legal ruqyah , it has special conditions and qualities , and the most important conditions are: [3]
  • That what is read in the ruqyah is from texts taken from the verses of God - the Most High - or that it is fixed from the Prophet - may God’s prayers and peace be upon him - or what the Ummah received with acceptance.
  • Should the Raqi not be used while reading the legal paper, except the Arabic language if he is capable of it and the elevator uses it and understands it, otherwise what is understood is its meaning for the listener other than the Arabic language, and what is circulated among people.
  • That the uplifted and the elevated believe that there is no trace of the paper as abstract or on its own, but healing from God gives it to whomever He wants from His servants, and the ruqyah is nothing but one of the reasons for hospitalization that the Muslim addresses and then he has to submit his command to God Almighty.

The guidance of the Prophet in visiting the patient

The Messenger of God, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, was urging all his companions and Muslims to treat patients and pray for them, which indicates the importance of this in the Prophet’s guidance in many matters, including: [13]
  • Make it right a Muslim to his Muslim brother, and suggesting that what was narrated from al- Bara bin celibate may Allah be pleased with him , he said: (ordered the Messenger of Allah peace be upon him seven, and forbade us seven: ordered a clinic patient, and following the funeral, and Tchmidt sneezes, and Ibrar Section , Or Al-Muqasim, victory for the oppressed, answering the supplicant, and revelation of peace). [14]
  • The patient’s clinic is a reason for the angels ’prayers. The Messenger, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, said: “ There is no Muslim who will return to a Muslim tomorrow, except for seventy thousand angels praying until he is evening. [15]
  • He made it one of the means to gain the mercy and grace of God Almighty.
  • He urged him to visit a patient who does not condemn the religion of Islam to relieve it and support it, as evidenced by the saying of Anas, may God be pleased with him: (He was a Jewish boy serving the Prophet, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, so he was sick, so the Prophet, may God bless him and grant him peace, came to him, so he rose He became Muslim, and he looked at his father when he was with him and said to him: Obey the father of the divine, peace and blessings of God be upon him. [16]
  • His confirmation, may God bless him and grant him peace, on some texts to pray for the sick, including his saying at the sick clinic: (O God, Lord of the people, go to the dress, and you are the healer, there is no healing except your healing is a healing that does not leave a thorn). [17] And his saying: (He who said: There is no god but God, and God is greater; his Lord believed him, so he said: There is no god but I, and I am older, and if he said: There is no god but God alone, he said: He says: There is no god but I am alone, and if He said: There is no god but God alone, there is no partner with him, God says: There is no god but I alone, there is no partner for me, and if he said: There is no god but God, the King has praise, He said: There is no god but I, the King has the Crown, praise, and if he says : There is no god but God, and there is no power and power except with God, he said: There is no god but I, and there is no power and power except from me - and he says - whoever says it in his illness then dies; the fire did not feed him). [18]
  • Allow the patient to share his pain and soreness and talk about it to alleviate the psychological pressure he is facing.