“… For Allah Loves to Be Asked.”

    Ask Allah for His Bounty for Allah Loves to be Asked.

Allah loves to be asked, to be hoped in and desired at times of need, to be supplicated frequently and resolutely. He is able to grant all of mankind all their requests without His dominion decreasing in the slightest.

Created beings on the other hand are the exact opposite, they dislike being asked due to their own inability,need and poverty. This is why Wahb bin Munabbih said to one who would frequent the door of the ruler,

‘Woe to you! You run to one who would shut his door in your face, display his poverty to you and conceal his riches, and you leave the One who opens His door to you in the middle of the night and the middle of the day, who displays His richness and proclaims, “invoke Me and I will respond.” ‘


Tafseer of Surah Fatihah, 124-126.

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6 responses to ““… For Allah Loves to Be Asked.”

  1. someone

    Assalaam ‘Alaikum warahmatullaah.
    May Allah keep you steadfast. Happy to see you around, its been such a long time. Alhamdulillaah.
    Just hang on in patience, this Dunya is just a few days to pass. Remember the prisoners and the Ummah in your prayers.
    Wassalaam ‘Alaikum warahmatullah.

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  2. wa 3alaykum al salam wa rahmatullahi wa barakatu

    Thank you for your lovely du3aa and your wonderful words of advise. May Allah shower His blessings upon you and your family.

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  3. Assalaamu alaikum,

    JazakAllahu khayran for the wonderful reminder, one which I very much needed!

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  4. abdallatif

    اسلم عليكم و رحمتلله و بركته

    Mashaa’Allah, it’s really nice to see this blog continuing beautiful reminders.

    Perfect timing mashaa’Allah, just what I needed.

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  5. wa alaykum al salam wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh

    Alhamdulillah, pleased to know that the post was of some benefit. may Allah bless you both and ease your affairs – ameen.

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  6. Abu Zaynab

    Whose Tafsir is it?

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