Allahumma Inni As Aluka – In Islam, every Muslim is strongly encouraged to always pray to Allah SWT. By praying, the heart will feel calmer. One of the recommended prayers for asking for safety is Allahumma Inni As Aluka. Then, what does Allahumma Inni As Aluka mean?
Meaning of Allahumma Inni As Aluka
Islam is a religion that teaches its people to pray to Allah SWT. Muslims are encouraged to pray regularly in every activity because of the extraordinary benefits. Prayer is one of the practices to increase the reward and ask something only to Allah SWT. Apart from that, reading prayers also aims to ask for something both in this world and in the hereafter only from Allah SWT.
Allah SWT commands His servant to pray, then He will grant it. In this case, Allah SWT says, “Pray to Me, I will surely allow you to.” (QS. Al-Mukmin: 60).
There are various kinds of prayers, including prayers to find a mate. Allāhumma inni as aluka BI haibati is one of the prayers to ask Allah SWT for a mate. In order to be given the best mate from Allah SWT. The prayer allahumma inni as aluka bi haibati can be read after the fardhu prayer and during the midnight prayer in a third of the night.
Everything that Allah SWT gives is definitely the best for us. Even so, the best according to humans is not necessarily the best according to Allah SWT is the best. Everything is certain that Allah SWT is pleased with the best.
Moreover, the matter of mate definitely expect the best from Allah SWT for us. The prayer of allahumma inni as aluka BI haibati is one of the prayers so that loved ones can repay them with the same feelings.
However, this Allahumma inni as aluka prayer is not only to ask for a mate, but can also be read to ask for safety, welfare, starting activities and others to be blessed by Allah SWT.
Amazing Time To Pray
When reading the prayer, it turns out that there are some efficacious times that you can use. The following are efficacious times for praying:
- Softening the voice is also expected to pray. Do not forget also with a calm heart.
- When praying fervently, sincerely and seriously
- Hoping that the prayer will be accepted by Allah SWT
- Pray repeatedly at other times to show our seriousness and be granted by Allah SWT
- Facing the Qibla or Kaaba
- Read basmalah and istighfar before praying. Then followed by the salutation of the Prophet Muhammad SAW
- Raising both palms before praying and wiping face with palms after praying.
Allahumma Inni As Aluka bi haibati
اللَّهُمَّ اِنِّى اَسْاَلُكَ بِهَيْبَةِ عَظَمَتِكَ وَبِسَطْوَةِ جَلَالِكَ اَنْ تَجْعَلَ مَحَبَِّتِى (فلانة بنت فلان) وَاَنْ تُلْقِى المَوَدَّةَ وَالمَحَبَّةَ فِى قَلْبِهَا وَعَطْفِهَا عَلَيَّ بِفَضْلِكَ يَاكَرِيْم
“Allahumma inni as aluka bi haibati Adhamatika, wabi sathwati jalaalika an taj’ala mahabbatii fii qalbii … [state the name of the person you mean, his name and father], wa alqil mahabbata wal mawad data fii qalbihi wa aththifhu, alayya bi fadhlika yaa kariim” .
Meaning: “O Allah, I truly ask You, for the blessing of Your majesty and Your majesty of fury, so that You make love in the heart… [mention the person you mean, name and father]. And absorb love and affection towards me in his heart. And incline him to me through Your grace. O Exalted One.”
It would be nice if the prayer of allāhumma Inni as aluka bi haibati is read after completing the fardhu prayer and midnight prayer in a third of the night.
In addition to the prayer above, there are other prayer readings about marriage that Muslims can practice while waiting for a mate.
Prayer About Matchmaking
The following is a collection of prayer readings about marriage, quoted from the book Mustajab Prayers for Missing Marriage and Childbirth by Muhammad Irsyad:
As a Light Soulmate Prayer
Allohummab’ats ba’lan shaalihan likhithbathii wa aththif qablahu alayya bihaqqi kalamikal qadim wa rosulikal karim bi-alfi alfi laa haula walaa quwwata illaa billaahil ‘aliyyil ‘azhiimi wa shallallaahu ‘alaa sayyidinaa muhammadin wa ‘alaa aalihi wa shahbihi wa sallama wal hamdu lillaahi rabbil ‘aalamin.
Meaning: “O my Lord, send a pious and pious person for me, incline his heart to me thanks to the truth of Your words that are qadim and thanks to Your noble messenger will be blessed with a million (reading): “Laa Haula Wa Laa Quwwata Illaa Billaahil ‘Aliyyil ‘Azhiim ”. And may Allah bestow mercy and greetings on our great Prophet Muhammad and all his family and friends. And all praise be to Allah, the Lord of the Worlds.”
As a Prayer Melts the Heart of a Prospective Spouse
Allahumma la sahla illa maa ja’altahu sahla wa anta taj’alul hazna idza syi’ta sahla.
Meaning: “O Allah there is no ease, except for something that you have made easy. And You can make hard ground easy if You will.”
As a Prayer So That You Are Not Wrong in Choosing a Partner
Rabbi adkhilni mudkhala sidqin wa akhrijna makhraja sidqin waj ‘al lii mil ladunka sulthana nashiira
Meaning: “O my Lord, enter me into the right place of entry, remove (also) me to the right exit, and give me from Your side the power that can help.”
Prayer in the Morning Allāhumma Inni As Aluka ‘Ilman Nafi’an
Prayer readings that can be said in the morning, to be precise after the Fajr prayer, according to the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad:
Allahumma inni as-aluka ‘ilman naafi’an wa rizqon thoyyiban wa ‘practice mutaqabbalan.
Meaning: “O Allah, I really ask You, knowledge that is beneficial, good fortune, and deeds that are accepted. (Narrated by Ibn Majah).”
The benefit of reading the prayer above after Fajr is that Allah SWT can give you safety when you want to work or start an activity. Because, morning is the beginning of the day when every Muslim tries to achieve the noble goals as mentioned in the prayer, namely useful knowledge, good fortune and accepted practices.
Benefits of Reading Prayers in the Morning
Prayers in the morning are very well read or said before doing daily activities. At dawn, thoughts and behavior will still be carried out, it’s a good idea to ask Allah SWT for the best today and in the following days and will get several other benefits, including:
1. Get Useful Knowledge
In Islam, every member of the community is required to seek knowledge. Useful knowledge for the world and the hereafter. This is because useful knowledge is very important for human life.
Likewise with better people useful for other people is better. In fact, Allah SWT elevates the degree of knowledgeable people more than believers. Knowledge that is useful is practice that is jariyah , so, we will continue to receive a stream of rewards, until when we return to Rahmatullah .
One day when we die, we will get charity whose knowledge is used or used for the benefit of the wider community. However, by reading prayers every morning, God willing, we will always get useful knowledge.
2. Get Good Fortune
Whoever always reads the prayer in the morning, will get good fortune (thayyib) . Doors of sustenance will be opened for him as wide as possible, as a reward for his hard work. Hard work that pleases Allah SWT will bring more benefits both in this world and the hereafter.
By starting to read a prayer before seeking sustenance, the sustenance will contain blessings and be kept away from harm. Therefore, halal in seeking sustenance must also be considered, so as not to cause havoc.
3. Acceptance of practice
Many practices are useless if they are not accepted by Allah SWT. Therefore, by reading the prayer in the morning first, it can be an effort so that the practice can be accepted.
Good and pious practice will draw closer to Allah SWT. To do righteous deeds, we can follow what He ordered and the prophet did.
Allahumma Inni As Aluka Bi Anni Asyhadu Annaka Antallah
This prayer is very efficacious for praying to ask Allah SWT, especially if your prayer has not been answered by Allah SWT. This is the complete text of the efficacious prayer so that Allah SWT will quickly grant it and its meaning
Allahumma Inni As Aluka bi anni asyhadu annaka antallah, La Ilaha Illa ‘anta, Antal Ahadu Shomad Lam Yalid Walam yulad, walam yakullahu Kufuwan Ahad.
“My Lord, I beg (help) to You, I testify that you are God. There is no god but You, the One, the dependent place who does not give birth and is not born, and there is nothing equal to him.”
This prayer is used as the opening of sustenance to Allah SWT.
All prayers have their own privileges, one of which is as a prayer that can be an opening for the fulfillment of other prayers that are expected by all of their servants.
Humans pray and try and Allah SWT determines how the sustenance can reach us as His faithful servants. Quoted from bayt-hidayah.blogspot, it is mentioned in the Hadith of the Prophet narrated by Abu Dawud, At-Tirmidhi, An-Nasa’i, and Ibn Majah from Buraidah RA.
Rasulullah SAW said:
“You have asked Allah by the name (Agung) which He will give His gift if asked by that name and He will answer someone who prays calling Him by that name,” said the Messenger of Allah when he heard one of his friends praying by saying ” Allahumma inni as’aluka bi anni asyhadu annaka antallahu, La ilaha illa antal ahadush shamad, alladzii lam yalid walam yulad, walam yakullahu kufuwan ahad” . (See Imam An-Nawawi, Al-Adzkar).
This prayer is a prayer that can be a key sentence for the prayers we ask God for. “ Allahumma Inni As Aluka bi anni asyhadu annaka antallah, La Ilaha Illa ‘anta, Antal Ahadu Shomad Lam Yalid Walam yulad, walam yakullahu Kufuwan Ahad.
By reading the efficacious prayer, then God willing, your sustenance will be opened, your wish will be fulfilled, your debt will be fulfilled, your work and business will be smooth.
Prayer Allahumma Inna Nas Aluka Salamatan Fiddin
In Islam, prayer is highly recommended in order to get closer to Allah SWT and ask that prayer be granted. The Islamic religion has many prayer readings that are offered to Allah SWT to ask for salvation in this world and in the hereafter. One of the prayers is a request for protection from all doom and disaster.
One of the prayer readings asking for protection from all doom and calamity is Allahumma inni as aluka salamatan fiddin. This prayer is recited by the priest after the congregational prayer. The reading of the prayer Allahumma inni as aluka salamatan fiddin has a meaning which means ‘O Allah, save our Islamic faith’. For those of you who want to read it in full, understand the meaning, and the prayer is efficacious for reading the prayer, see the following explanation.
The reading of the prayer Allahumma inna nas aluka salamatan fiddin is recited after every prayer. This prayer is a manifestation of the feelings of His people who believe in God to ask for protection and also a powerful way to calm down. Here’s the prayer:
اَللّٰهُمَّ اِنَّانَسْئَلُكَ سَلَامَةًفِى الدِّيْنِ، وَعَافِيَةًفِى الْجَسَدِوَزِيَادَةًفِى الْعِلْمِ وَبَرَكَةًفِى الرِّزْقِ وَتَوْبَةًقَبْلَ الْمَوْتِ وَرَحْمَةًعِنْدَالْمَوْتِ وَمَغْفِرَةًبَعْدَالْمَوْتِ،اَللّٰهُمَّ هَوِّنْ عَلَيْنَا فِيْ سَكَرَاتِ الْمَوْتِ، وَنَجَاةًمِنَ النَّارِوَالْعَفْوَعِنْدَالْحِسَابِ
Allahumma inna nas aluka salamatan fiddin, wa ‘afiatan fil jasad, wa ziyadatan fil ‘ilmi, wa barakatan firrizqi, wa repentance qoblal maut, warahmatan ‘indal maut, wa maghfirotan ba’dal maut, Allahumma hawwin ‘alaina fi sacarotil maut, wa najata minannar, wal ‘afwa ‘indal reckoning.
Meaning: “O Allah, indeed we ask You for safety in religion and health in body, and increase in knowledge, and blessings in sustenance and are forgiven before death, and get grace at death and receive forgiveness after death. O Allah, make it easy for us when we (dying) face death, and save us from the torment of hell, and forgiveness during the reckoning.”
Each verse reading the prayer Allahumma inna nas aluka salamatan fiddin has a good meaning when asking for safety and protection from Allah SWT. Besides that. This prayer also has other meanings according to the snippet of the prayer verse, along with the explanation:
Salamatan fid din : safety in religion. This is stated in the letter Ali Imran 3: 102
Meaning: “O you who believe, fear Allah, truly fear Him; and never die unless you are a Muslim.” (QS. Ali Imran, 3: 102).
Afiatan fi jasadi : healthy body and body.
Ziyadatan fi ilmi : increase in useful knowledge so that we become better. This expression was explained by Imam Syafi’i, namely “Whoever wants the world must be knowledgeable. Whoever wants the hereafter, then let it be with knowledge. Whoever wants both, then let it be with knowledge.”
Barakatan fir rizqi : given a blessed sustenance, such as wealth, family, and others.
Repentance of qablal death : repentance before death.
Warahmatan ‘indal maut : get mercy when he dies.
Wa Maghfirotan ba’dal maut : get forgiveness after death.
Hawwin ‘alaina fi sakaratil death : given convenience when dying or dying.
Wannajata minannar : kept away from the fire of hell.
Wal afwa ‘indal reckoning : given forgiveness during reckoning.