Dua Pledge to Allah In Arabic – 1
إِنِّي وَجَّهْتُ وَجْهِيَ لِلَّذِي فَطَرَ السَّمَاوَاتِ وَالْأَرْضَ حَنِيفًا ۖ وَمَا أَنَا مِنَ الْمُشْرِكِينَ
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Dua Pledge to Allah In English Transcription – 1
Innee wajjahtu wajhiya lillathee fataraassamawati wal-arda haneefanwama ana mina almushrikeen
Dua Pledge to Allah In English – 1
Indeed, I have turned my face toward He who created the heavens and the earth, inclining toward truth, and I am not of those who associate others with Allah .
Surah Al-An’am – 6:79
Dua Pledge to Allah In Arabic – 2
إِنَّ صَلَاتِي وَنُسُكِي وَمَحْيَايَ وَمَمَاتِي لِلَّهِ رَبِّ الْعَالَمِينَ لَا شَرِيكَ لَهُ ۖ وَبِذَٰلِكَ أُمِرْتُ وَأَنَا أَوَّلُ الْمُسْلِمِينَ
Dua Pledge to Allah In English Transcription – 2
inna salatee wanusukee wamahyaya wamamatee lillahi rabbil aalameen. La shareeka lahu wa bithalika omirtu wa ana aw walul muslimeen
Dua Pledge to Allah In English – 2
Indeed, my prayer, my rites of sacrifice, my living and my dying are for Allah , Lord of the worlds. He has no partner. And of this I have been commanded, and I am the first of the Muslims.
Surah Al-An’am – 6:162-163
Make a promise to Allah?
Could you make a promise to Allah that if he accepts your wish, then you will have to give to charity or fast for a certain number of days?
I’ve heard people do that and tell me it works.
In the name of Allah, the most compassionate, the most merciful
Regarding your interesting question, note, what you asked (about the promise) seems to be related to Nazr (wish). So, in the first step, I recommend you read the following related question that can demonstrate its value as an Islamic order / recommendation:
Nazr: A wish with Allah;
Imam Hasan (A) and Imam Husain (A) were still very young, probably between their fifth and sixth years. Once, the two became ill and their parents, Imam Ali (A) and Bibi Fatima (A) were saddened to see them in an unhealthy state.
The Prophet Prophet Muhammad (s) came to see them. He loved them very much and seeing them sick, he was also very distressed. They all prayed for their quick recovery. The Holy Prophet suggested to parents to keep a Nazr for the restoration of children’s health. So. Imam Ali (A) and Bibi Fatima (A) made a Nazr (a wish) that they would fast three days after the recovery of the children. Allah accepted their prayers and granted their Nazr. Both children recovered from their illness. Imam Ali (A) and Bibi Fatima (A) have decided to fast for the fulfillment of …
In order to have more information on your request, I suggest you to evaluate / examine carefully the following relevant points, which can clarify the subject a lot:
Vow (Nazr) (which here can be considered as what you call Gage):
Number 2649: * A vow means to oblige oneself to do some act of good or to abstain from doing an act which it is better not to do, whether for the pleasure or for the pleasure of Allah.
Problem 2650: When you make a wish, a formula statement must be spoken, although it does not have to be in Arabic. If a person says, “When the patient will recover from his illness, I will have to pay 10 dollars to a poor man, for Allah’s sake,” his wish will be respected.
Number 2651: * It is necessary that the person who makes a vow be balanced and sane and that he / she vows it with free will and intention. If he has been forced to make a vow, or if he does so by excitement, without intention or choice, his wish is not in order.
Problem 2652: * If a weak-minded person (that is, who squanders his goods for useless purposes) makes a wish, for example, to give something to the poor, his wish is not acceptable. Similarly, if a bankrupt vows to pay wealth over which he has no right of disposition or discretion, the vow will not be valid. … To read the full numbers, read the source of the answer (below):
Conclusion: Therefore, you can do Nazr (or vow, which can be a sort of pledge), and then you should do / execute what you swore (if Allah has granted it) according to his condition.
Nadhr’s question from the Qur’an’s point of view (as the most important Islamic source) was also mentioned. For example.
: Nadhr is a tradition that has been practiced by all the divine prophets (a) and previous nations and in Islam it was legitimate and practiced. The glorious Qur’an mentioned the story of the wife nadhr of ‘Imran’s wife, Maryam’s mother, and said, “When Imran’s wife said,’ My Lord, I dedicate to you what is in my belly, consecration, accept, it is from me that you are the All-Hearing, the All-knowing.
“(Quran 3:35) And Surah Maryam, after telling the story of the prophet Isa (God), Almighty God tells Lady Maryam (a) that when you see a person (with sign language), tell him: “Indeed , I swore to fast. All good, I will not speak to any human today.
“(Quran 19:24) The Qur’an, which mentions one of the attributes of the true servants of God, declares: “” They fulfill their vows and dread a day whose evil will be generalized. “(Quran 76: 7) Etc.
And Allah knows better.
This is called Nathr or vow
And he has two main types, good and bad.
The one you ask is the wrong type, and the prophet PBUH () has told us not to do it:
Abu Heraira reported that the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said: Do not make wishes, because a vow has no effect on destiny; it is only the miser that something is extracted.
Sahih Muslim 1640 a
The problem in this type is that, as if we were negotiating Allah (says if you do this for me, I will do this and that) do you think that Allah needs anything from him or anyone ?! And the prophet said that it does not change fate.
The positive wish is to do good without conditions. The last thing to mention is that Nathr becomes obligatory if it’s something permissive, there are other details related to this topic of greeting, but I think the above answers your question.
In order not to confuse you, the wishes mentioned (Nathr) in the Qur’an, as indicated by the update of the answer above, are all of a good type, what the prophets did, they did not made conditional.
Yes Ask Allah is very normal, I do the same thing but besides Allah, it is sin. Belief in Islam means (Arabic phrases just writing their points) Belief in
2) the angels of Allah
3) the books of Allah
4) the prophets of Allah
5) end of the world
6) Whatever happens in our life, it happens with the choice of Allah and it’s always good for us
7) The day of judgment. (Allah forgive me if I make a mistake) In point 6, it is suggested that if it is good for you, it will be accepted.
Sometimes we think what is good for us, but we do not know it could be bad for our future. best way. The last part we should continue to pray / promise if it is not accepted here, Allah promises to give us Sawab (reward) on the day of judgment.