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27. Remembrance said in the morning and evening

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(as-sabah) translated morning: after Fajr prayer until the sun rises, (al-masa/) translated evening: after AAsr prayer until the sunsets, however some scholars say: after the sunsets and onwards.

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 In the evening:

 We have reached the evening and at this very time unto Allah belongs all sovereignty, and all praise is for Allah.  None has the right to be worshipped except Allah, alone, without partner, to Him belongs all sovereignty and praise and He is over all things omnipotent. My Lord, I ask You for the good of this night and the good of what follows it and I take refuge in You from the evil of this night and the evil of what follows it.  My Lord, I take refuge in You from laziness and senility.  My Lord, I take refuge in You from torment in the Fire and punishment in the grave.

likewise, one says in the morning:

 We have reached the morning and at this very time unto Allah belongs all sovereignty

(75) 'Amsaynā Wa 'Am Al-Mulku Llh Wa Al-Ĥamdu Llh Lā 'Ilāha 'Illā Allāhu Waĥdahu Lā Sharīka Lahu Lahu Al-Mulku Wa Lahu Al-Ĥamdu Wa Huwa `Alá Kulli Shay'in Qadīrun Rabbi 'As'aluka Khayra Mā Fī Hadhihi Al-Laylati Wa Khayra Mā Ba`dahā Wa 'A`ūdhu Bika Min Sharri Hadhihi Al-Laylati Wa Sharri Mā Ba`dahā Rabbi 'A`ūdhu Bika Mina Al-Kasali Wa Sū'i Al-Kibari Rabbi 'A`ūdhu Bika Min `Adhābin An-Nāri Wa `Adhābin Al-Qabri.

 'Aşbaĥnā Wa 'Aşbaĥa Al-Mulku Llh

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 O Allah, by your leave we have reached the morning and by Your leave we have reached the evening, by Your leave we live and die and unto You is our resurrection.

In the evening:

 O Allah, by Your leave we have reached the evening and by Your leave we have reached the morning, by Your leave we live and die and unto You is our return.

(76) Al-Lahumma Bika 'Aşbaĥnā Wa Bika 'Amsaynā Wa Bika Naĥyā Wa Bika Namūtu Wa 'Ilayka An-Nishūru.

In the evening:

Al-Lahumma Bika 'Amsaynā Wa Bika 'Aşbaĥnā Wa Bika Naĥyā Wa Bika Namūtu Wa 'Ilayka Al-Maşīru.
 

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 O Allah, You are my Lord, none has the right to be worshipped except You, You created me and I am Your servant and I abide to Your covenant and promise as best I can, I take refuge in You from the evil of which I have committed.  I acknowledge Your favour upon me and I acknowledge my sin, so forgive me, for verily none can forgive sin except You.

(77) Al-Lahumma 'Anta Rabbī Lā 'Ilāha 'Illā 'Anta Khalaqtanī Wa 'Anā `Abduka Wa 'Anā `Alá `Ahdika Wa Wa`dika Mā Astaţa`tu 'A`ūdhu Bika Min Sharri Mā Şana`tu 'Abū'u Laka Bini`matika `Alayya Wa 'Abū'u Bidhanbī Fāghfir Lī Fa'innahu Lā Yaghfiru Adh-Dhunūba 'Illā 'Anta.
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(78)

O Allah, verily I have reached the morning and call on You, the bearers of Your throne, Your angles, and all of Your creation to witness that You are Allah, none has the right to be worshipped except You, alone, without partner and that Muhammad is Your Servant and Messenger.

(four times in the morning and evening.)

Note: for the evening, one reads (amsaytu) instead of (asbahtu).

(78) Alllahumma 'Innī 'Aşbaĥtu 'Aush/hiduka Wa 'Ush/hidu Ĥamalata `Arshika Wa Malā'ikatika Wa Jamī`a Khalqika 'Annaka 'Anta Allāhu Lā 'Ilāha 'Illā 'Anta Wa Ĥdaka Lā Sharīka Laka Wa 'Anna U Muĥammadāan `Abduka Wa Rasūluki.
(four times in the morning and evening.)
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 O Allah, what blessing I or any of Your creation have risen upon, is from You alone, without partner, so for You is all praise and unto You all thanks.

whoever says this in the morning has indeed offered his days thanks and whoever says this in the evening has indeed offered his nights thanks.

Note: for the evening, one reads (amsa) instead of (asbaha).

(79) Al-Lahumma Mā 'Aşbaĥa Bī Min Ni`matin 'Aw Bi'aĥadin Min Khalqika Faminka Wa Ĥdaka Lā Sharīka Laka Falaka Al-Ĥamdu Wa Laka Ash-Shukru.
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(80)  

 O Allah, grant my body health, O Allah, grant my hearing health, O Allah, grant my sight health.  None has the right to be worshipped except You.

(three times)

O Allah, I take refuge with You from disbelief and poverty, and I take refuge with You from the punishment of the grave.  None has the right to be worshipped except You. (three times)

(80) Al-Lahumma `Āfinī Fī Badanī Al-Lahumma `Āfinī Fī Sam Al-Lahumma `Āfinī Fī Başarī Lā 'Ilāha 'Illā Allāhu 'Anta.
(three times)

 Al-Lahumma 'Innī 'A`ūdhu Bika Mina Al-Kufri Wa Al-Faqri Wa 'A`ūdhu Bika Min `Adhābi Al-Qabri Lā 'Ilāha 'Illā 'Anta.
(three times)

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(81)  

 Allah is Sufficient for me, none has the right to be worshipped except Him, upon Him I rely and He is Lord of the exalted throne.

 

(81) Ĥasbiya Allāhu Lā 'Ilāha 'Illā Huwa `Alayhi Tawakkaltu Wa Huwa Rabbu Al-`Arshi Al-`Ažīmi.
(seven times morning and evening)
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(82)  

 I take refuge in Allahs perfect words from the evil He has created.

(three times in the evening)

(82) 'A`ūdhu Bikalimāti Allāhi At-Tāmmāti Min Sharri Mā Khalaqa.
(three times in the evening)

 
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(83)

 O Allah, I ask You for pardon and well-being in this life and the next. O Allah, I ask You for pardon and well-being in my religious and worldly affairs, and my family and my wealth. O Allah, veil my weaknesses and set at ease my dismay. O Allah, preserve me from the front and from behind and on my right and on my left and from above, and I take refuge with You lest I be swallowed up by the earth.

(83) Al-Lahumma 'Innī 'As'aluka Al-`Afwa Wa Al-`Āfiyata Fī Ad-Dunyā Wa Al-'Ākhirati Al-Lahumma 'Innī 'As'aluka Al-`Afwa Wa Al-`Āfiyata Fī Dīnī Wa Dunyāya Wa 'Ahlī Wa Mālī Al-Lahumma Astur `Awrātī Wa 'Āmin Raw`ātī Al-Lahumma Aĥfažnī Min Bayni Yadayya Wa Min Khalfī Wa `An Yamīnī Wa `An Shimālī Wa Min Fawqī Wa 'A`ūdhu Bi`ažamatika 'An 'Ughtāla Min Taĥtī.
 
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(84)

 O Allah, Knower of the unseen and the seen, Creator of the heavens and the Earth, Lord and Sovereign of all things, I bear witness that none has the right to be worshipped except You. I take refuge in You from the evil of my soul and from the evil and shirk of the devil, and from committing wrong against my soul or bringing such upon another Muslim.

shirk: to associate others with Allah in those things which are specific to Him.  This can occur in (1) belief, e.g. to believe that other than Allah has the power to benefit or harm, (2) speech, e.g. to swear by other than Allah and (3) action, e.g. to bow or prostrate to other than Allah.

(84) Al-Lahumma `Ālima Al-Ghaybi Wa Ash-Shahādati Fāţira As-Samāwāti Wa Al-'Arđi Rabba Kulli Shay'in Wa Malīkahu 'Ash/hadu 'An Lā 'Ilāha 'Illā 'Anta 'A`ūdhu Bika Min Sharri Nafsī Wa Min Sharri Ash-Shayţāni Wa Shirkih Wa 'An 'Aqtarifa `Alá Nafsī Sū'āan 'Aw 'Ajurrahu 'Ilá Muslim.in
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 In the name of Allah with whose name nothing is harmed on earth nor in the heavens and He is The All-Seeing, The All-Knowing.(three times)

(85) Bismi Allāhi Al-Ladhī Lā Yađurru Ma`a Asmihi Shay'un Al-'Arđi Wa Lā Fī As-Samā'i Wa Huwa As-Samī`u Al-`Alīmu.
(three times)
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I am pleased with Allah as a Lord, and Islam as a religion and Muhammad r as a Prophet.

(86) Rađītu Billāhi Rabbāan Wa Bil-'Islāmi Dīnāan Wa Bimuĥammadin Şallá Allāhu `Alayhi Wa Sallama Nabīyā.an
(three times)
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 How perfect Allah is and I praise Him by the number of His creation and His pleasure, and by the weight of His throne, and the ink of His words.(three times)

(87) Subĥāna Allāhi Wa Biĥamdihi `Adada Khalqihi Wa Riđā Nafsihi Wa Zinata `Arshihi Wa Midāda Kalimātihi.
(three times)
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(88)  

 How perfect Allah is and I praise Him.(one hundred times)

(88) Subĥāna Allāhi Wa Biĥamdihi.
(one hundred times)

 
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(89)  

 O Ever Living, O Self-Subsisting and Supporter of all, by Your mercy I seek assistance, rectify for me all of my affairs and do not leave me to myself, even for the blink of an eye.

(89) Yā Ĥayyu Yā Qayyūmu Biraĥmatiki 'Astaghīthu 'Aşliĥ Lī Sha'nī Kullahu Wa Lā Takilnī 'Ilá Nafsī Ţarfata `Ayn.in
 
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(90)

 None has the right to be worshipped except Allah, alone, without partner, to Him belongs all sovereignty and praise, and He is over all things omnipotent.(one hundred times every day)

 

(90) Lā 'Ilāha 'Illā Allāhu Waĥdahu Lā Sharīka Lahu Lahu Al-Mulku Wa Lahu Al-Ĥamdu Wa Huwa `Alá Kulli Shay'in Qadīr.un

(one hundred times every day)
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(91)  

 We have reached the morning and at this very time all sovereignty belongs to Allah, Lord of the worlds. O Allah, I ask You for the good of this day, its triumphs and its victories, its light and its blessings and its guidance, and I take refuge in You from the evil of this day and the evil that follows it.

For the evening, the supplication is read as follows:

 We have reached the evening and at this very time all sovereignty belongs to Allah, Lord of the worlds. O Allah, I ask You for the good of tonight, its triumphs and its victories, its light and its blessings and its guidance, and I take refuge in You from the evil of tonight and the evil that follows it.

(91) 'Aşbaĥnā Wa 'Aşbaĥa Al-Mulku Lillāhi Rabbi Al-`Ālamīna Al-Lahumma 'Innī 'As'aluka Khayra Hādhā Al-Yawmi Fatĥahu Wa Naşrahu Wa Nūrahu Wa Barakatahu Wa Hudāhu Wa 'A`ūdhu Bika Min Sharri Mā Fīhi Wa Sharri Mā Ba`dahu.

In the evening:

'Amsaynā Wa 'Am Al-Mulku Lillāhi Rabbi Al-`Ālamīna Al-Lahumma 'Innī 'As'aluka Khayra Hadhihi Al-Laylati Fatĥahā Wa Naşrahā Wa Nūrahā Wa Barakatahā Wa Hudāhā Wa 'A`ūdhu Bika Min Sharri Mā Fīhā Wa Sharri Mā Ba`dahā.

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(92)  

The messenger of Allah r said: Whoever says in the morning:

 None has the right to be worshipped except Allah, alone, without partner, to Him belongs all sovereignty and praise and He is over all things omnipotent.

has indeed gained the reward of freeing a slave from the children of IsmaAAeel, and ten of his sins are wiped away and he is raised ten degrees, and he has found a safe retreat from the devil until evening. Similarly, if he says it at evening time, he will be protected until the morning.

(92) Lā 'Ilāha 'Illā Allāhu Waĥdahu Lā Sharīka Lahu Lahu Al-Mulku Wa Lahu Al-Ĥamdu Wa Huwa `Alá Kulli Shay'in Qadīr.un
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 We rise upon the fitrah of Islam, and the word of pure faith, and upon the religion of our Prophet Muhammad r and the religion of our forefather Ibraheem, who was a Muslim and of true faith and was not of those who associate others with Allah.

fitrah: the religion of Islam, the way of Ibraheem u.

pure faith: the Shahada.

Note: for the evening, one reads amsayna instead of asbahna.

(93) 'Aşbaĥnā `Alá Fiţrati Al-'Islāmi Wa `Alá Kalimati Al-'Ikhlāşi Wa `Alá Dīni Nabīyinā Muĥammadin Şallá Allāhu `Alayhi Wa Sallama Wa `Alá Millati 'Abīnā 'Ibrāhīma Ĥanīfāan Muslimāan Wa Mā Kāna Mina Al-Mushrikīna.

In the evening:

Al-Masā'i  `Alá Fiţrati Al-'Islāmi Wa `Alá Kalimati Al-'Ikhlāşi Wa `Alá Dīni Nabīyinā Muĥammadin Şallá Allāhu `Alayhi Wa Sallama Wa `Alá Millati 'Abīnā 'Ibrāhīma Ĥanīfāan Muslimāan Wa Mā Kāna Mina Al-Mushrikīna.

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 (94)

 AAabdullah Ibn Khubaib t said: The Messenger of Allah r said to me Recite! I replied O Messenger of Allah, what shall I recite? he said Recite:

{Qul huwa Allahu ahad}      [Al-Ikhlas]

{Qul aAAoothu birabbi alfalaq..}     [Al-Falaq]

{Qul aAAoothu birabbi alnnas..}     [An-Nas]

in the evening and the morning three times for it will suffice you of all else.      

(94) )qul Huwa Allāhu 'Aĥadun
( Al-'Ikhlāş )qul 'A`ūdhu Birabbi Al-Falaqi
( Al-Falaq )qul 'A`ūdhu Birabbi An-Nāsi
( An-Nās
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