Asking for that which is good

Chapter 2, verse 201
(Photo and Design by me)

 

 

Another prayer in the Quran which begins with ‘Rabbana’ or Our Lord.

The Arabic:

2:201

The Meaning:

Sahih International

But among them is he who says, “Our Lord, give us in this world [that which is] good and in the Hereafter [that which is] good and protect us from the punishment of the Fire.”

Transliteration

Waminhum man yaqoolu rabbana atina fee addunya hasanatan wafee al-akhirati hasanatan waqina AAathaba annar

For more Rabbana Duas:  https://mehmudahrehman.wordpress.com/category/rabbana-dua-from-quran/

One of my favourite duas from the Quran

The Quran: Chapter 7 , Verse 23

Photo and design by me

The Arabic:

7:23

The Roman Arabic:

Rabbana zalamna anfusana wa il lam taghfir lana wa tarhamna la nakunanna minal-khasireen

The meaning:

They said, “Our Lord, we have wronged ourselves, and if You do not forgive us and have mercy upon us, we will surely be among the losers.”

For more prayers from the Quran https://mehmudahrehman.wordpress.com/category/rabbana-dua-from-quran/

So much beauty… not created in vain!

This is another ‘Rabbana Dua’ from the Quran. (3:191)

There are 40 such prayers that begin with “Our Lord” or “Rabbana”. God willing, I plan to make to make pictorials with most and then maybe even design a calender…

To see the other prayers I’ve worked on (photos and design) you could click here:

Rabbana Duas From the Quran

Oh and any feedback on the new theme would be appreciated. Yay or Nay? Let me know y’all!

Been a tough few days… I wonder if I really should blog that unbloggable rant after all…

Let not my heart deviate…

It’s kind of hard to read the text in the spiral, but this is what it says:

Our Lord! (they say), Let not our hearts deviate after you have guided us, and grant us from Yourself mercy; Indeed, You are the Bestower.
[3:8] ~ The Quran.

And here’s the Arabic:

3:8

Because we’re all full of misdeeds

A prayer from the Quran.

The Roman Arabic:

Rabbana Faghfirlana Dhunoobana, Wa Kaffir Anna Sayyiaatina, Wa Tawaffana Ma’al Abraar!

 

I’ve been having super-stressful days and there’s nothing like the words of the Quran to soothe me.