Reflections on Dua Jawshan Kabir. Mohammad Ali Shomali. International Institute for Islamic Studies, Qom, Iran Spiritual Quest Summer and Autumn Vol. A powerpoint presentation of the supplication Jawshan al-Kabir, containing Arabic text and English translation. Wazaiful Abrar – Imam `Ali ibn al-Husain Sayyid as-Sajjidin (prayers be upon him ) related from his father from his grandfather the Prophet of Allah (blessings of.
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O He Whose forgiveness is a grace. O Lord of salutation and peace.
O He, Who knows the number and quantity of everything. O Eternal in His sovereignty.
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O Noblest of all the nobles. O He, Who holds all abundance and provides. O He, Who is guardian and the most praised one.
O Exalted, O Guide. For instance, human life is always in danger; humans occasionally get ill and, in a defined term, they die. God has dka everything with a portion of light, as is implied in Qur’an 6: O He, Who is above all things.
Life in Section 70 Section 70 of dua Jawshan Kabir focuses on life: The Jawshan Kabir prayer contains parts.
O Uawshan of precedence, O Postponer. O Honourer, O Humiliating. O Best tester of trials. When Abraham said, “My Lord is He who gives life and brings death,” he replied, “I [too] give life and bring death.
O He, Whose proofs are manifest in everything. O He-those who trust Him rely on Him.
Reflections on Dua Jawshan Kabir
Finally, let’s finish this article by calling God by reading the 14th section of this dua, which is one of its most beautiful sections:. O Manifester, O Facilitator. O He-the repentant return to Him. Human beings in jawshwn to survive, depend on other humans, animals, plants, etc.
O He, from Whom nothing is feared save His Justice.
O Best of praisers. O He, Who is the Preceder of all things. O Best of those who are sought. O High, O Perfect. O Light of all lights. O Independent, O Rich. O He before Whose terribleness mountains shake.
O Most Benign of all the benign. O our Chief, O our Master. In section 47 of the dua, ten names of God have been mentioned, all of which are related to light. O Master of argument and proof.
O Friend of seekers. O Everliving, like unto Whom there is none. O Hope of sinners. When I love him, I will be his ear by which he hears, his eyes through which he sees, his tongue with which jawsuan speaks, and his hands with which he strikes.