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The term “subhanallah” is used to refer to what is meant by exaltation, and Allah – Glory be to Him and the Highest – is above all shortcomings, and He has been characterized – the Almighty – with all the attributes of perfection and majesty. 

As for the term “subhanaallah”; It is a command to praise; That is, glorify Allah – the Highest – and Ibn Abbas – may Allah be pleased with him – said that every glorification in the Qur’an is included in the meaning of prayer. 

Ali bin Abi Talib – may Allah be pleased with him – said that subhaanallah is a name that refrains from naming any creature with it. Its meaning is glorification and sanctification of Allah.

And when the Messenger of Allah – may Allah prayers and peace be upon him – was asked about the meaning of – subanallah– he explained it as the innocence of Allah – the Highest – from all evil. 

Subhan allah– is free from all shortcomings and perfect in everything; His names, attributes, and actions; His names are good, there are no better names than them, and his attributes are sublime, and there is none higher than them.

The Highest – said: (And to Allah belong the Most Beautiful Names), and he also said: (And to Him belongs the most exalted example). That is, the description is complete. 

As for his actions, they are also complete and wise, he does everything he does wisely, and he – subhana allah– is free from all faults, shortcomings, play, futility, and falsehood. 

For every shortcoming and defect, which is a great principle of the principles of religion, and an essential pillar of faith in Allah – the Almighty -.

subhanallah meaning

Subhaan allah is a great asset of monotheism, a fundamental pillar of faith in Allah the Almighty and the proof of good names and supreme qualities, and a great mention of Allah the Almighty that is not suitable for others. 

Subhanallah dhikr is to exonerate Allah of evil, to dispense with Him from all that should not be described by Him, and this does not mean that it is pure and does not include praise, but that it involves perfection against the exile that Allah forbids Him.

Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah said in “The Sum of Fatwas”: “The command to subhanallah wa bihamdihi also requires that He be dishonest from every defect and ill will and that His perfection be proven; subhanallah requires integrity and exaltation.

And exaltation requires proving the praiseworthy Mahmads for which He is praised, and this requires His integrity, praise, magnification, and unification. 

Ibn Abi Hatem said: Abu Thana ibn Nafil al-Harrani told us about Thana al-Nadhr ibn Arabi who said: A man asked Maimun bin Mehran about “Hallelujah” and he said, “A name that magnifies Allah with it and avoids it from evil.”

He said: Abu Sa’id al-Ashaj Thana Hafs ibn Ghayath told us about pilgrims about Ibn Abi Malika about Ibn ‘Abbas and said: “Subhan” said: “Allah himself is cleansed of evil… It came from a non-one of the ancestors, such as Ibn Abbas said.

He cleanses himself of the bad” and narrated in this a sent hadith that requires that he dispense himself from doing bad deeds, as well as that he be cleansed of the reprehensible qualities.

And the negation of imperfections requires the affirmation of the qualities of perfection and in them the exaltation, as Maimun bin Mehran said: “A name by which Allah is magnified and avoided from evil.”

‘Abd ibn Hamid narrated: Abu Na’im Thana Sufyan told us about ‘Uthman ibn Abdullah ibn Muhib about Moses ibn Talha and said: ‘The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) was asked about subhanaallah and he said, ‘Bring him away from the bad.'”. 

He said in the Minhaj al-Sunnah al-Nabiyya: “This is a continuous origin, which is that pure nothingness, which does not include proof: neither praise nor perfection; the Lord does not praise Himself with Him and does not even describe Himself by Him.

But describes it as a negation that contains a proven meaning, such as saying: ‘There shall be no year or sleep’, saying: ‘Who is the one who intercedes with Him except with His permission, and saying: ‘They shall not be surrounded by any of His knowledge except what He wills.’

And saying: “He does not wish to preserve them and he is the Great Almighty” [al-Baqarah: 255], saying: “He shall not be separated from him by the weight of an atom in heaven or in the earth” [Sheba: 3], saying: “And what an old man is in the darkness”.

And so on are the negative issues by which the Lord Almighty describes Himself, and that they include His characterization of the attributes of commutative perfection such as the perfection of His life, His Qomiyya, His Kingship, His ability, His knowledge, His guidance, His singularity in deism, divinity, and so on.

Whatever is described as pure nothingness is nothing but pure nothingness, and it is known that pure nothingness is said to be not seen, so he knew that the negation of vision is pure non-existence, and it is not said in pure nothingness that he does not realize.

But this is said in what he does not realize for his greatness and not for his lack of it, and if exile is perception, he is Almighty and Almighty is not surrounded by it.” Ibn al-Qayyim said in “The One-Spirited”: “Rather, he praises the Lord, blessed and exalted in nothingness.

If he includes an existential command, such as praising him for the negation of the Sunnah, for sleep containing the perfection of Qayyumiya, and for the negation of death, which includes the perfection of life.

The negation of the language and fatigue includes the perfection of power, the negation of the partner, the companion, the child, and the Dahir includes the perfection of his lordship, his divinity and his oppression, the negation of eating and drinking includes the perfection of steadfastness and his riches.

The negation of intercession without his permission, which includes the perfection of his monotheism and richness about his creation, the negation of injustice involving the perfection of his justice, his knowledge and his richness, the negation of forgetfulness and the celibacy of something from his knowledge.

Which includes the perfection of his knowledge and briefing, he denied the parable of the perfection of Himself and His attributes, and therefore He did not praise it with pure impermissibility that does not contain a command of proof.

As was the meaning in saying: {And what is separated from your Lord from the weight of an atom} [Junus: 61] that He knows everything, in saying: {And what we have touched from the moon} [He is fully capable, and in saying: {And your Lord does not oppress anyone} [Cave: 49] that He is full of justice, and in saying:

Do not take him a year nor sleep} [The cow: 255] It is full of Qayyumiya.” What we have mentioned is the meaning of praise among the people of the Sunnah and the community, while praise for stray groups such as the Mu’tazila and the Ash’arah and those who are wrapped up to understand and mislead their deception is not and is purely negated.

It even entails distortion, disruption, denial of his qualities and their ignorance, for according to their false words, praise is not welcome, but it slanders the purpose of slander – may Allah be exalted for what they say is great –subanallah is denial, infidelity, deception, and ostentation. 

Ibn Rajab said in the meaning of praise: “Praise him for what he praised himself, for not every praise is Mahmoud, and the praise of the Mu’tazila requires the disruption of many attributes.” Ibn al-Qayyim said in “The One-Spirited”.

If it were to negate the qualities, the pure nothingness would have been the first to be praised by it, even though all reasonable people understand from the saying that it has no likeness, no likeness, no likeness, no example.

That it has been distinguished from people by descriptions and epithets in which they do not share it, and the more descriptions and epithets it has, the more it is that it is missed by the likes of Him, and the more distant it is from the similarity of His strike.

His saying: “Nothing like him” [Shura: 11] is one of the most obvious things about his many epithets and attributes, and his saying: “The sight does not perceive him” [al-An’am: 103]; the meaning of praise in the language revolves.

Around what we have mentioned; Sibawayh said in the “Book”: Abu al-Khattab claimed that “Hallelujah” is like saying: “Allah innocence is from evil,” as if he were saying, “I acquit” Allah innocence of evil.

when to say subhanallah?

The Muslim praise his Lord in many places that have come with evidence either from the Holy Quran or the Prophet’s Sunnah, while the following is a statement of these places in detail: 

1- subhaanallah during and after prayer; it is stated in the Sunnah of the Prophet that the Muslim opens his prayers with praise, by saying: “Almighty Allah and with your praise, and bless your name.

And Almighty your grandfather and no other god but you”, as the praise is during reading in the resurrection of the night, and in kneeling and prostrating, and then when the prayer is finished, he praises Allah – Almighty – Thirty-three times.

This is stated in the hadith narrated by Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him) about the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) who said: “Whoever praises Allah in the provision of every prayer thirty-three.

Subhan allah thirty-three and Allah grows up thirty-three, these are ninety-nine, and he said: Perfect hundred: There is no god but Allah alone who has no partner, has the king and his praise and is for all things almighty and his sins have been forgiven, even if they are like the foam of the sea.”

2- Subhana allah in the morning and evening; the evidence is given in the Holy Qur’an and the Sunnah of the Prophet for this, he said: ” subhaan allah be to your Lord before the sun rises and before sunset and from the vessels of the night and he praise.

And the edges of the day so that you may be satisfied”, and Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him) said of the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) who said: “Whoever says: 

When he becomes and when he touches: Hallelujah and praise be to Allah, a hundred times, no one came on the day of judgment, better than what he brought, except one who said like he said, or increased it).

3- Subhanallah dhikr when exclamation; if a Muslim hears something unfamiliar, or an act or hears a saying that invites him to be surprised, it is prescribed for him to praise Allah (may Allah be pleased with him); it is reported that Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him) told him.

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) met him on one of the roads of Medina, and he was next to Vansel and he went and bathed, and the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) inspected him, and when he came.

He said: Where were you, Abu Hurayra, he said: O Messenger of Allah, you met me while I was aside, and I thought to sit you down until I washed, and the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: 

Hallelujah! The believer does not defile), the Prophet of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) was amazed at what Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him) thought when he thought that the side does not sit with anyone and does not shake hands with anyone.

4- subhanallah wa bihamdihi when rising from the Majlis, especially the Majlis, which was in error, and praise here is desirable, for what is said about Abu Hurayrah – may Allah be pleased with him – about the Prophet (peace be upon him).

That he said: “Whoever sits in a Majlis and there is a lot of confusion in it, and he said before he rose from his Majlis that: Almighty Allah and with your praise, I testify that there is no Allah but you I forgive you and repent to you, except forgive him what was in his Majlis that.

subhanallah in arabic

In the Prophet’s Sunnah, there are many hadiths that urge subhanallah and forgiveness, some of which we will mention in the following:

1- About Abu Sa’id al-Khudari (may Allah be pleased with him) he said: The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Bully the rest of the good women, it was said: What is it, O Messenger of Allah?

عن أبي سعيد الخدري -رضي الله عنه- قال: قال رسول الله -صلّى الله عليه وسلّم-: (استَكِثروا من الباقياتِ الصَّالحاتِ، قيل: وما هي يا رسولَ اللهِ؟ قال: المِلَّةُ، قيل: وما هي يا رسولَ اللهِ؟ قال: المِلَّةُ، قيل: وما هي يا رسولَ اللهِ؟ قال: التَّكبيرُ، والتَّهليلُ، والتَّسبيحُ، والتَّحميدُ، ولا حَولَ ولا قُوَّةَ إلَّا باللهِ).

2- About Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him) he said: The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Take your paradise from the fire; say.

Hallelujah,subhanaallah, and there is no god but Allah, and Allah is greater, for on the day of judgment they come with introductions, obstacles, and cowards, and they are the good ones.”

عن أبي هريرة -رضي الله عنه- قال: قال رسول الله -صلّى الله عليه وسلّم-: (خُذُوا جُنَّتَكُمْ مِنَ النارِ؛ قولوا: سبحانَ اللهِ، والحمدُ للهِ، ولَا إلهَ إلَّا اللهِ، واللهُ أكبرُ، فإِنَّهنَّ يأتينَ يومَ القيامةِ مُقَدِّمَاتٍ وَمُعَقِّبَاتٍ وَمُجَنِّبَاتٍ، وَهُنَّ الْبَاقِيَاتُ الصَّالِحَاتُ).

3- About Abdullah ibn ‘Umar (may Allah be pleased with them) he said: The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Repent to Allah, for I repent to Him every day a hundred times.”

عن عبد الله بن عمر -رضي الله عنهما- قال: قال رسول الله -صلّى الله عليه وسلّم-: (توبوا إلى اللهِ فإني أتوبُ إليه في كلِّ يومٍ مئةَ مرةٍ).

4- About Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him) he said: The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Whoever said: Hallelujah and subanallah

be to Allah, in a hundred times, his sins have landed, even if they are like the froth of the sea.”

عن أبي هريرة -رضي الله عنه- قال: قال رسول الله -صلّى الله عليه وسلّم-: (مَن قال: سُبْحانَ اللهِ وبِحَمْدِهِ، في يَومٍ مِئَةَ مَرَّةٍ؛ حُطَّتْ خَطاياهُ وإنْ كانَتْ مِثْلَ زَبَدِ البَحْرِ).

5- About Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him) he said: The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Two words are light on the tongue, heavy in the balance, two sweethearts to the Rahman: Hallelujah the Almighty, Hallelujah and subhaanallah.”

عن أبي هريرة -رضي الله عنه- قال: قال رسول الله -صلّى الله عليه وسلّم-: (كَلِمَتانِ خَفِيفَتانِ علَى اللِّسانِ، ثَقِيلَتانِ في المِيزانِ، حَبِيبَتانِ إلى الرَّحْمَنِ: سُبْحانَ اللهِ العَظِيمِ، سُبْحانَ اللهِ وبِحَمْدِهِ).

6- About Abdullah ibn Abbas (may Allah be pleased with them) he said: The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Whoever prays on Friday ten rak’ahs before the Imam goes out reads in each rak’ah the opening of the book and says at the end of it.

Amen, and say that he is Allah eleven times he reads at the first of each rak’ah in the name of Allah, the Most Merciful, the Most Merciful, and then he says after that Hallelujah.

Subhan allah, and there is no god but Allah, and Allah is greater, and there is no power and power except Allah. By Allah, Allah, the Almighty, did not ask anything about it except to give Him.)

عن عبد الله بن عبّاس -رضي الله عنهما- قال: قال رسول الله -صلّى الله عليه وسلّم-: (مَنْ صَلَّى يَوْمَ الْجُمُعَةِ عَشْرَ رَكَعَاتٍ قَبْلَ خُرُوجِ الْإِمَامِ يَقْرَأُ فِي كُلِّ رَكْعَةٍ فَاتِحَةَ الْكِتَابِ فَيَقُولُ فِي آخِرِهَا: آمِينْ، وَقُلْ هُوَ اللهُ أَحَدٌ عَشْرَ مَرَّاتٍ يَقْرَأُ فِي أَوَّلِ كُلِّ رَكْعَةٍ بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمَنِ الرَّحِيمِ، ثُمَّ يَقُولُ عَلَى أَثَرِ ذَلِكَ سُبْحَانَ اللهِ، وَالْحَمْدُ لِلهِ، وَلَا إِلَهَ إِلَّا اللهُ، وَاللهُ أَكْبَرُ، وَلَا حَوْلَ وَلَا قُوَّةَ إِلَّا بِاللهِ، لَمْ يَسَلِ اللهَ -عَزَّ وَجَلَّ- عَلَى أَثَرِ ذَلِكَ شَيْئًا إِلَّا أَعْطَاهُ).

7- According to Abu Hurayrah, may Allah be pleased with him, the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Whoever says Hallelujah and subhana allah on a hundred occasions, his sins have been departed from him, even if they are like the foam of the sea.”

عن أبي هريرة رضي الله عنه؛ أن رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم قال: «من قال سبحان الله وبحمده في يوم مائة مرة، حطت عنه خطاياه، ولو كانت مثل زبد البحر».

8- The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “If I love to speak to Allah: Hallelujah and subhaan allah.”

قال رسول الله -صلّى الله عليه وسلّم-: «إنَّ أَحَبَّ الكَلَامِ إلى اللهِ: سُبْحَانَ اللهِ وَبِحَمْدِهِ».

9- Sa’ad ibn Abi Waqas (may Allah be pleased with him) said: “We were with the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) and he said, ‘Cannot any of you earn, every day, a thousand favors?’ 

A questioner from his sittings asked him: How can one of us earn a thousand favors? He said, “He praises a hundred praises, and a thousand good things are written to him, or a thousand sins are degraded from him.”

قال سعد بن أبي وقاص -رضي الله عنه-: «كُنَّا عِنْدَ رَسولِ اللهِ صَلَّى اللَّهُ عليه وسلَّمَ، فَقالَ: أَيَعْجِزُ أَحَدُكُمْ أَنْ يَكْسِبَ، كُلَّ يَومٍ أَلْفَ حَسَنَةٍ؟ فَسَأَلَهُ سَائِلٌ مِن جُلَسَائِهِ: كيفَ يَكْسِبُ أَحَدُنَا أَلْفَ حَسَنَةٍ؟ قالَ: يُسَبِّحُ مِئَةَ تَسْبِيحَةٍ، فيُكْتَبُ له أَلْفُ حَسَنَةٍ، أَوْ يُحَطُّ عنْه أَلْفُ خَطِيئَةٍ».

10- The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Two words that are light on the tongue, heavy in the balance, beloved to the Most Merciful, Hallelujah and praise be to Allah, Hallelujah the Great.”

قال رسول الله -صلّى الله عليه وسلّم-: «كَلِمَتانِ خَفِيفَتانِ علَى اللِّسانِ، ثَقِيلَتانِ في المِيزانِ، حَبِيبَتانِ إلى الرَّحْمَنِ، سُبْحانَ اللَّهِ وبِحَمْدِهِ، سُبْحانَ اللَّهِ العَظِيمِ»

Benefits of subhanallah dhikr

1- Subhanallah reassures your heart, closes your eyes, and relaxes your chest.

2- One of the benefits of subhanaallah is that Allah gives you immediate and future rewards until you are satisfied.

3- Subanallah is solemn worship, and great obedience, with which Allah greets hearts.

4- Subhaanallah multiplies wages, Allah erases sins with it, and forgives sins and sins.

5- Subhan allah is the increase of the afterlife, the plantation of subhana allah, the best of words, and I love it to the Merciful, and by it weighs the balance,

6- In Imam Ahmed’s predicament, the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Those whom you remember from the majesty of Allah, subhanallah wa bihamdihi, and cheer Him, turn around the throne, have a bang, like bees, remind of their companion, does not any of you like to have anything to remind Allah of?”

7- The Prophet of Allah Yunus (peace be upon him) was in the darkness of the night, the darkness of the sea, the darkness of the belly of the whale, “He called out in the darkness that there is no god except you almighty.

That I was one of the oppressors”, and Allah the Almighty spared him and said, “If it were not for the fact that he was one of the two rosaries * to broadcast in his belly until the day they were resurrected.”

8- Subhaan allah is coupled with bringing with Allah the Almighty and His glory, the Almighty said: “Be patient with the judgment of your Lord, for you are with our eyes, and praise the praise of your Lord when you rise and from the night praise Him and the management of the stars.”

9- Subhanallah dhikr is a reason that brings victory and the help of Allah the Almighty if it is coupled with forgiveness; the Almighty said, recommending His Prophet (peace be upon him): “Be patient if Allah promise is true, forgive your sin and praise your Lord with sorrow and virginity.”

10- Subhanallah is coupled with reliance on Allah and a sense of complete certainty towards His almighty power and support, the Almighty said: “And rely on the living who does not die and praise His praise.”

11- Subhanaallah is a reason to remove the weakness of the soul and raise the vigor, Allah the Almighty has recommended His Prophet to praise Allah the Almighty after all the lies he has experienced from his people; in order to raise his zeal and remove the weakness.

And weakness that he has become, the Almighty said: “Be patient with what they say and praise your Lord before the sun rises and before sunset and from the vessels of the night he swims and the edges of the day so that you may be satisfied.”

12- Subanallah serves to consolidate and deepen faith in the heart of the slave because of the constant invocation of the greatness and power of Allah, which in turn leads to the consolidation of the slave’s relationship with his Lord. 

13- Subhaanallah is one of the means that a slave resorts to collecting a lot of pay and reward.

14- Subhan Allah is considered a means of acquaintance and communication between Muslims. 

15- Subhana allah is a means by which a slave draws closer to Allah (the Almighty) and receives the bounty of his good and grace.

16- Subhaan allah is a means by which a slave receives the love and satisfaction of Allah. 

17- Subhanallah dhikr is a means for a slave to resort to in order to keep his tongue always mentioning Allah. 

18- Subhanallah wa bihamdihi is a way to revive and follow the Sunnah of the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him).

how do you respond to subhanallah?

The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Whoever said: (Hallelujah and subhanallah); Allah has degraded his sins, even if they are more than the froth of the sea”, which means that the slave distances from Allah (may Allah be upon him).

All the qualities of imperfection, defect, and badness, and dispenses him with the human needs of children, wife, and partners, and praises him with the perfection of his knowledge, wisdom, ability, and grace to create and benevolence to them and other perfect qualities.

His virtue is mentioned in many of the Prophet’s hadiths, including the following: The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Whoever said: (Hallelujah and subhanaallah); Allah has degraded his sins.

Even if they are more than the foam of the sea”, the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Whoever said: When he becomes and when he touches: Hallelujah and praise be to Allah, a hundred times, no one came on the day of judgment, better than what he brought, except one who said like what he said, or increased it.”

It means that the slave distances from Allah all the qualities of imperfection, defect, and badness that is not worthy of him, and dispenses him with the human needs of children, wife, and partners.

And subanallah with the perfection of his knowledge, wisdom, ability, and grace to create him, benevolence to them and other perfect qualities, the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “If I love to speak to Allah: Hallelujah subhaanallah.”

Sa’ad ibn Abi Waqas (may Allah be pleased with him) said: “We were with the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) and he said, ‘Cannot one of you earn, every day a thousand favors?’

قال سعد بن أبي وقاص -رضي الله عنه-: (كُنَّا عِنْدَ رَسولِ اللهِ صَلَّى اللَّهُ عليه وسلَّمَ، فَقالَ: أَيَعْجِزُ أَحَدُكُمْ أَنْ يَكْسِبَ، كُلَّ يَومٍ أَلْفَ حَسَنَةٍ؟ فَسَأَلَهُ سَائِلٌ مِن جُلَسَائِهِ: كيفَ يَكْسِبُ أَحَدُنَا أَلْفَ حَسَنَةٍ؟ قالَ: يُسَبِّحُ مِئَةَ تَسْبِيحَةٍ، فيُكْتَبُ له أَلْفُ حَسَنَةٍ، أَوْ يُحَطُّ عنْه أَلْفُ خَطِيئَةٍ).

The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Two words that are light on the tongue, heavy in the balance, two beloved to the Merciful, Hallelujah and praise be to Allah, Hallelujah the Great.

قال رسول الله -صلّى الله عليه وسلّم-: (كَلِمَتانِ خَفِيفَتانِ علَى اللِّسانِ، ثَقِيلَتانِ في المِيزانِ، حَبِيبَتانِ إلى الرَّحْمَنِ، سُبْحانَ اللَّهِ وبِحَمْدِهِ، سُبْحانَ اللَّهِ العَظِيم

how to write subhanallah?

Most of the jurists are of the view that glorification is a Sunnah and is not obligatory for a Muslim, whether it is in prayer or outside it, citing the words of the Messenger of Allah – may Allah’s prayers and peace be upon him.

From the Qur’an, then kneel until you are at ease in kneeling, then rise until you are standing upright, then prostate until you are at ease in prostration, then rise until you are standing still, then do that in all your prayer.” Others said that glorification is obligatory in prayer, and it is not obligatory outside it.

how to spell subhanallah?

Subhanallah wa bihamdihi, the ba’ is pronounced from it silently and habitually without stress or anxiety, whether it is in prostration.

Or at the conclusion of prayer or in remembrances, because the application of the provisions of intonation is required in the recitation of the Holy Qur’an only and not in anything else.

how many times to say subhanallah?

Subhanallah is the dispensation, sanctification, and glorification of the majesty of Allah (SWT), and the greatest and most comprehensive remembrance is the recitation of the Book of Allah (the Almighty and the Almighty), namely the Holy Qur’an.

And Allah (Almighty) has urged His servants to mention it, and commanded them to increase it in several places of the Holy Qur’an, as evidenced by the words of Allah the Almighty: “O those who believed, remember Allah very much* and praise Him with a reel and authenticity.”

Allah warned us not to be distracted from reminding him of money and children, and to make the result of that loss shown, as evidenced by the words of Allah (Almighty) in His Holy Book: 

“O ye who have believed, neither your money or your children distract you from mentioning Allah and those who do so are the losers.”

Types of Dhikr

The remembrance of Allah (the Almighty) is divided into three sections; either man reminds him of it by the tongue; it is the remembrance of Allah (Almighty) by saying, and includes dua’a, reading the Qur’an, calling to Allah, commanding favors, and forbidding vice.

Either he reminds him of deeds, including all physical and financial worship, such as prayer, fasting, and charity.

Either he mentions it in his heart, and this includes the belief and firm knowledge of the supreme attributes of Allah (Almighty), His good names, His perfection, and His integrity from all imperfections and defects.

And all that is the work of hearts, and to mention Allah (Almighty) another division in terms of being restricted or absolute, the restricted male is what is restricted to a place, time.

Or condition of what is stated in the Sunnah of the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) on that characteristic, such as the adhkars that follow prayers, and the absolute male is unless he is restricted to a certain thing.

Rather, it was legitimate at all times and circumstances, and the restricted male is preceded by the absolute mention, because of the meaning of following the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) and being keen to apply his holy year.

Subhanaallah after every prayer

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) urged the recitation of Allah the Almighty to increase the remembrance of Allah the Almighty and to perpetuate His invocation.

Subanallah and glorification in all times and days of the Muslim, but he also enacted special adhkars for certain times, including these remembrance restricted to the mention; praise after the imposed prayers, and the following is a statement of the general forms of adhkar that are attached to the imposed prayers:

1- The first formula: for the worshipper to say after his prayers: subhanallah wa bihamdihi, thirty-three times,subhaanallah, thirty-three times, and Allah is thirty-three times greater, and then complete it to the hundred by saying: 

There is no god but Allah alone who has no partner, has the king and his praise, and is on all things almighty, and this formula can also be narrated in another way; namely, that the worshipper says: 

Hallelujah, subhan allah, and Allah is greater and repeats it thirty-three times, and then completes it to one hundred with the same mention mentioned above, and the proof of this The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: 

“Whoever praises Allah in the provision of every prayer thirty-three, praises Allah thirty-three, and Allah grows up thirty-three, these are ninety-nine, and he said exactly one hundred.

There is no god but Allah alone who has no partner, has the king and his praise, and is on all things almighty, his sins are forgiven, even if they are like the froth of the sea.”

2- The second formula is second: that the worshipper says after his prayers: Hallelujah, thirty-three times, praise be to Allah, thirty-three times, and Allah is greater, thirty-four times so that the total of them is one hundred in full.

3- The third formula: that the worshipper says after his prayers: Hallelujah, twenty-five times, praise be to Allah, twenty-five times, and there is no god but Allah, twenty-five times, and Allah is greater, twenty-five times so that the total is one hundred in full.

And the proof of this is what was narrated about a man from the Ansar that after the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) commanded them to praise after prayer thirty-three, praise thirty-three, and magnification thirty-four.

He came to him in a dream and said to him: (The Messenger of Allah commanded you to praise and arrange every prayer thirty-three, praise thirty-three, and grow up thirty-four, he said: Yes, he said: Make it twenty-five, and make it lullaby, and when the Prophet came, he mentioned it to him, and he said: Make it so.)

4- The fourth formula: that the worshipper says after the completion of his prayers: Hallelujah, ten times, praise be to Allah, ten times, and Allah is greater, ten times.

Best times for subhanallah dhikr

Subhana allah is legitimate at all times, and there is no specific time, the Almighty said: “Those who remember Allah as rising, standing and on their south”, and in the verse is proof that praise is desirable in all human conditions, day and night.

But there are conditions that he hates to praise with her, such as intercourse and hearing a sermon, and also in dirty places, as well as in the open when the need arises.

The desirability of subhaan allah is also mentioned at specific times, for Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him) said of the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) that he said: 

“Whoever praises Allah in the provision of every prayer thirty-three and praises Allah thirty-three and Allah grows up thirty-three, those are ninety-nine and he said exactly one hundred there is no god but Allah alone.

He has no partner for him the king and his praise and he is on all things mighty and his sins are forgiven, even if they are like the froth of the sea.” Morning and evening.

subhaanallah dua

subhaanallah dua

subhaanallah is a light dhikr on the tongue, heavy in the balance, and has a great favor over man, and a chasm of worship performed by all creatures, and praise has great virtues, which is that it is a reason to mention Allah the Almighty to the servant of the Masbah, where the Almighty said: 

“Remember me, remember you, thank me and do not disbelieve” and he also loved the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) of everything in the world.

It is the commandment of our master Abraham (peace be upon him), and praise is planted for the swimming pool as a plantation in paradise, for Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him) said: “The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: ‘Shall I not guide you to a plant, is it better than this?’

Allah the Almighty lined up praise for his servants, and made him a great reward, he loved to speak to Allah the Almighty, and made him the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) about the Holy Qur’an in the right of those.

Who do not improve it, which is the survival of the slave from the fire, and the best believers who have long lived are many praises, and as he turns around the throne of the Rahman, and has a sound like the sound of bees, reminiscent of his companion.

Concerning al-Nu’man ibn Bashir (may Allah be pleased with him), he said: The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “From what you remember from the majesty of Allah, praise, lullaby, and praise, they turn around the throne, they have a sound like bees, remember their owner.

In the name of Allah, the Most Merciful, the Most Merciful, “Allah there is no Allah except the living and the Almighty, who is not taken by the year and has no sleep in the heavens and what is in the earth who intercedes with him except with his permission.

Knows what is in their hands and what is behind them, and they do not surround him with any of his knowledge except what he wills, his chair has expanded the heavens and the earth, and he is not supported by their preservation, and he is the Great Almighty”, [Surat al-Baqarah – verse 255] – once -.

We have become the king of Allah and praise be to Allah, there is no god except Allah alone who has no partner, who has the king and his praise, who is for all things almighty, Lord I ask you the best of this day and the good of what comes after.

And I will help you from the evil of this day and the evil of the after, the Lord of your chastity from laziness and bad old age, the Lord I will help you from torment in the fire and torment in the grave,.

“Oh Allah, you are my Lord, there is no Allah ut you, you created me and I am your slave, and I am on your covenant and promised you as much as I could, I will come back to you from the evil of what you have done, I will father you by your grace on me and I will forgive my sins, so forgive me, for sins, will not be forgiven except you”, once.

“I was satisfied with Allah as Lord, Islam as a religion and Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) as Prophet”, three times.

Oh, Allah, I have come to bear witness to you, to the bearers of your throne, to your angels, to all your creation, that you are Allah, there is no god except you alone, you have no partner, and that Muhammad is your servant and messenger,” four times.

Oh, Allah, I will come back to you from carelessness and sorrow, helplessness and laziness, stinginess and cowardice, the rib of religion, and the predominance of men.”

“There is no Allah but the Almighty and Dreamy Allah, there is no Allah but Allah, the Lord of the heavens and the earth, and the Lord of the great throne.”

“O Lord your mercy, please, do not entrust me to me with the blink of an eye, fix my whole affair, there is no god but you.”

O Lord, Lord of the Seven Heavens, Lord of the Great Throne, Lord of all things, you are outward, there is nothing above you, and you are the subconscious without nothing, the house of the Torah, the Gospel.

The Furqan, the Lord of love and nuclei, I will come back to you from the evil of everything you are taking its daughter, you are the first, there is nothing before you, and you are the other, there is nothing after you, eliminate religion from us and enrich us from poverty.”

“Oh Allah, I ask you that praise be to you, there is no Allah but you, the Manan, the exquisiteness of heaven and earth, the majesty and honor, O living, Qayyum, I ask you.”

“O Allah, the owner of the king, you bring the king whoever you want, you take away the king from whomever you want, you comfort whomever you want, and you humiliate whomever you want, with your good hand.

You are on all things almighty, merciful and merciful to the world and the afterlife, you give them whoever you want, you forbid them from wanting, have mercy on me, with which you will enrich me from the mercy of those other than you.”

Reading Sayyid al-Forgiveness: It is stated in Sahih al-Bukhari about Shadad ibn Aws – may Allah be pleased with him – that he said: “The master of forgiveness is to say: Allah you are my Lord, there is no god but you, you created me and I am your slave, and I am on your covenant and promised you as much as I could.

I will come back to you from the evil of what you have done, I will father you by your grace on me, and I will father you with my guilt and forgive me, he will not forgive sins except you, he said: Whoever said it from the day believed in it.

And died from his day before he touched, he is one of the people of paradise, and whoever said it from the night and is convinced of it, and died before he became, he is one of the people of paradise.”

Hallelujah and praise be to Allah, a hundred times: where he narrated about the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) that he said: “Whoever says when he becomes and when he touches: Hallelujah and praise be to Allah a hundred times, no one came on the day of judgment better than what he brought except one who said like what he said or increased it.”

Reading Surat al-Ikhlas, and the two Mu’a’atheen, three times: Abdullah ibn Khabib (may Allah be pleased with him) narrated about the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) saying: “We went out on a night of rain and extreme darkness to ask the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) to pray for us, and we realized him, and he said, ‘You prayed?’ 

So I didn’t say anything, and he said, “Say, I didn’t say anything,” and then he said, “Say, I didn’t say anything,” and then he said, “Say, I said, ‘O Messenger of Allah, what do I say?’ He said, “Say that Allah is one and the two exorcisms when you touch and when you become three times enough of everything.”

Allah be upon you we have become, and in you, we have become yesterday, and in you, we live, and in you, we die, and here is the proselytizing,” it is reported from Abu Hurayrah – may Allah be pleased with him.

That the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) used to say if he became: “Allah be upon you we have become, and in you, we have become yesterday, and in you, we live, and in you, we die and here is the proselytizing.”

what is subhanallah in English?

Tasbeeh Prayer

Allah (Almighty) has prescribed for His worshippers the Nawafel prayer to strengthen the bond of the slave with his Lord, and to earn more remuneration and reward.

Including the prayer of praise, which is a special invalid prayer containing three hundred praises, and was named after this name because of the extraordinary abundance of praise in other prayers.

Ruling on tasbeeh Prayers

The opinions of the jurists differed in the ruling on the prayer of praise, due to their different positions on the proof of the validity of the hadith contained thereon, based on sayings, namely: 

1- The first saying is that the Shafi’i believe that the prayer of praise is one of the good and desirable Nawafel. 

2- The second saying is that the Hanafiya considers that the prayer of praise is desirable all the time, except for the times when prayer is forbidden, and it is desirable to pray even once in a lifetime, for the great reward contained in its bounty.

3- The third statement is that Malikiyah believes that the hadith of the prayer of praise did not reach the level of true hadith or goodness and that Imam al-Tirmidhi’s mention of him was a warning of his weakness so that people do not think that it is true.

4- The fourth statement is that the Hanabla believes that the prayer of praise has not been proven in it a hadith, and therefore it is not desirable for them. 

The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said to Abbas in the prayer of praise: “Uncle, do not I pray to you, do not love you, do not benefit you, he said: O Messenger of Allah, he said: Uncle.

Pray four rak’ahs that are read in each rak’ah with the opening of the book and a surah, and if the reading ends, say: Allahu Akbar, praise be to Allah, and Subhan Allah, fifteen times before you kneel, and then kneel…), and mentioned how it performed.

The scholars differed in the validity of the hadith of the prayer of praise on the opinions, namely:

1-  The first opinion is that it is a good hadith, and who said so Ibn al-Salah. 

2- The second opinion is that it is a true hadith, and who said so Taj al-Din al-Subki. 

3- The third opinion is that it is a weak hadith, and who said so nuclear in some of his books?

Tasbeeh prayer time

The prayer of tasbeeh is prayed at all times except times of hatred, and the times when prayer is hated have been summarized by the scholars as follows:

1- First, the time after the dawn prayer until the sun rises by the amount of a spear, which is estimated at about a quarter of an hour after its rise, except for those who missed the obligatory and the year of dawn at its time. 

2- Second, noon is when the sun is in the sky, that is, the midday time, which is no more than a third of an hour. 

3- Third, the time from after the Asr prayer to sunset, with the exception of the prayer of the obligations, such as if the Muslim missed the performance of the Asr prayer at the first time and prayed it at this time without hatred.

How to pray tasbeeh?

The number of Rakat al-Tasbih prayers is four, but there are two accounts of the way they are performed, as follows:

1- The first narration is what Ibn Abbas narrated in the hadith of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) to his father Abbas (which has already been mentioned); his statement that four consecutive rak’ahs are prayed and not separated by a handover; the Muslim prays four rak’ahs, each of which he reads the Fatiha and a surah of the Qur’an. 

When he finishes reading, he praises fifteen praises, namely: “Hallelujah, praise be to Allah, and there is no god but Allah, and Allah is greater”, and when kneeling he praises ten praises, when he is lifted from him he praises ten praises.

And at each prostration, he praises ten praises, and when he is raised from them he praises ten praises so that the total of this is seventy-five praises in each kneel, and he does so in the four rak’ahs.

2- The second narration is the work of Ibn al-Mubarak, and his saying, as he said that her prayer at night is desirable to pray two rak’ahs and that her prayer during the day is four rak’ahs, and if he wishes to deliver between them, and it seems that this opinion came from a hadith: (Night prayer Muthanna Muthanna). 

The Muslim prays four rak’ahs in which he begins to praise before reading; he praises fifteen praises, namely: “Hallelujah, praise be to Allah, and there is no god but Allah, and Allah is greater,” and then he reads in each of the Rak’ah the Fatiha and Sura, and when kneeling he praises ten praises, and when he is lifted from him he praises ten praises.

At each prostration, he praises ten praises, and when he is lifted from them he praises ten praises so that the total of these is seventy-five praises in each kneel, and he does so in the four rak’ahs. 

It is indicated that the number of praises in the prayer of praise is three hundred praises in the prayer of praise in the whole prayer; in each rak’ah seventy-five praises, they are: “Hallelujah, praise be to Allah, and there is no god but Allah, and Allah is greater” in one sentence.

So that after the completion of the prayer Allah has reminded Allah – Almighty – of three hundred praises, three hundred praises, three hundred lullabys, and three hundred magnifications.

In addition, if a Muslim prays during the day, it is desirable for him to pray four rak’ahs in a row, and if he prays at night to pray two rak’ahs, if he prays at night to pray two rak’ahs, if he prays four rak’ahs, each rak’ah is witnessing and peace, this is true, as it is not required not to separate her deliverances even if this chapter is prolonged.

The Surahs that are recommended to be read in the prayer of tasbeeh

In most ways, it is stated that the surah that is read in the prayer of praise after the Fatiha is absolute; that is, the worshipper reads whatever he wants, but some scholars have stated that the worshipper reads from the short of the joint*, and it was said:

“He reads from the length of the joint,” and Abu Muhammad al-Halabi said: “It is desirable for the worshipper to read after the Fatiha in the first rak’a (surah al-‘Ala’a), in the second rak’a (surah al-Zalzala), in the third rak’a (surah al-Kafirun), and in the fourth rak’a (Surat al-Ikhlas). 

Some latecomers stated that the worshipper should read after the Fatiha in the first rak’a (surah al-Haqqah), in the second rak’a (Surat al-Mulk), in the third rak’a (Surat al-Zalzala), and in the fourth rak’a (Surat al-Ikhlas), because of the virtues of these surahs.

Dua of tasbeeh prayer

It is advisable for the worshipper if he finishes the prayer of tasbeeh to call after the martyrdom, and before peace with this prayer: 

1- “Oh Allah, I ask you to reconcile the people of guidance, the works of the people of certainty, the counseling of the people of repentance, the determination of the people of patience, the people of fear, the request of the people of desire, the worship of the people of piety, the gratitude of the people of science so that I fear you, 

2- Allah I ask you for fear that you will withhold me from your sins, so that I may do in obedience to you a work with which I deserve your satisfaction and even advise you to repent out of fear of you, and so that I may give you the advice modestly of you.

And so that I may rely on you in matters, Hassan. He thought of you, Hallelujah the Creator of Light,” and only this prayer is mentioned in the prayer of praise, which is poorly attributed.

Benefits of prayer of tasbeeh

Talking about the virtue of the prayer of tasbeeh requires mentioning the hadiths contained in its bounty, and the reasons for its atonement for sins; “There have been many accounts in its virtue, including:

1- The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said to those who pray the prayer of praise: “May Allah forgive you for your sin, the first and the last of which is old and modern, his mistake and his baptism, small and large, his secret and his publicity.”

2- The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said to those who pray the prayer of praise: “If you are the greatest of the people of the earth in sin, you will be forgiven for that.”

3- The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said to those who pray the prayer of praise: “If your sins are like sand, Allah forgives you”, and the remedy: it is the name of the place of sand where there is a lot, or the name of the sand accumulated on top of each other.

4- The reasons for the atonement of the prayer of praise for sins are summarized in the fact that it combines the remuneration of prayer, the remuneration of the male, and the praise contained therein, which are mentioned in many of the hadiths of the Prophet Muhammad, including the following:

5- What Bukhari narrated: He narrated (that a man was injured by a woman who kissed him, and the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) came and told him, and Allah the Almighty brought him down: “And I pray at both ends of the day and at night that the good ones go the bad ones”, and the man said: O Messenger of Allah, is this to me?

6- What al-Tirmidhi narrated: He narrated in his age: “The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) passed by a dry paper tree and hit it with his stick, and the paper was scattered, and he said that praise be to Allah and Subhan Allah and there is no god but Allah and Allah is greater for falling from the sins of the slave as the leaves of this tree fell.”

7- What a Muslim narrated: It is narrated in his truth that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “I love to speak to Allah four: Hallelujah, praise be to Allah, and there is no god but Allah, and Allah is greater, it does not harm you whichever one you started”, and every hadith contained in the virtue of this mention is evidence of its virtue.

what is the meaning of subhanallah wa bihamdihi?

The meaning of subhanallah wa bihamdihi and subhana allah and His praise is manifested here to accompany any praise coupled with subanallah and thanksgiving, thus combining sweetening and renunciation, and sweetening is by proving the qualities of perfection to Allah alone.

And praise is not attributed to anyone but Allah, while renunciation is the negation of any defect or deficiency, thus the meaning of the word Hallelujah and praise of Allah according to Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen is:

He is the dispensation of Allah from every defect and imperfection and He is the perfect transcendent from every face and associates this praise and integrity with praise that signifies the perfection of His almighty virtues and His benevolence to His creation.

When the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) asked about the meaning of Hallelujah, he interpreted it as exonerating Allah from all imperfections or evils.

Subhanallah wa bihamdihi and  subhan allah is one of the greatest and heaviest remembrances in the balance, as it contains a mention of Allah and a glorification of His attributes and names Almighty and Glory and integrity to Allah the transcendent and perfect from defects and shortcomings.

And to mention subhanallah wa bihamdihi and subhaanallah many virtues, including:

1- A reason for the forgiveness of sins for the words of the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him):

“Whoever said: subhanallah wa bihamdihi and subhaanallah in the day of a hundred times his sins have landed, even if they are like the froth of the sea.”

2- Who loves to speak to Allah as it is said of Abu Dhar al-Ghafari that the Messenger of Allah said: “Shall I not tell you that I love to speak to Allah? I said: O Messenger of Allah! Tell me I love to speak to Allah. He said, “If I like to speak to Allah, praise be to Allah and praise be to Allah.”

3- Whoever says it has a palm planted in paradise, Jaber ibn Abdullah said to the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him): “Whoever says Hallelujah and praise be to Allah, a palm has been planted for him in paradise.”

4- About Aisha, may Allah be pleased with her, she said that the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) used to say a lot: “Hallelujah and praise be to Allah, I forgive Allah and repent to Him,” she said, and I said: 

O Messenger of Allah! I see you saying a lot of things, “Hallelujah and praise be to Allah, I forgive Allah and repent to Him,” and he said, “My Lord told me that I would see a sign in my nation, and if I saw it, I would say more than saying, 

‘subhanallah wa bihamdihi and praise be to Allah, I forgive Allah and repent to Him.’ I saw it if Nasrallah and the conquest came, he conquered Mecca and I saw people entering into the religion of Allah in flocks.

And he praised your Lord and forgave him that he was repentant.” One of the best prayers to combine the integrity of Allah and praise Him is to praise Him.

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related question 

what is the difference between subhanallah and alhamdulillah?

1- Subhanallah is defined as the sanctification of Allah (may Allah have mercy on him) and his integrity from every defect, and after him (Almighty and Almighty) for all imperfections and evils, Imam Ibn Kathir (may Allah have mercy on him) says.

explaining his saying, Almighty, at the end of Surah al-Safat: “Hallelujah your Lord, the Lord of Pride for what they describe, and peace be upon the missionaries, and praise is to Allah.

The Lord of the Worlds”, in his Holy Book, is the century of Allah (Almighty) between praise and praise in many places because each of them is considered complementary.

2- Subhanaallah includes the meaning of dispensation and reverence for Allah – Almighty – for every defect or deficiency, and this meaning requires the proof of praise, the qualities of perfection of Allah – Almighty – as well as praise it includes the proof of all the attributes of the absolute perfection of Allah – Almighty.

And this meaning entails the negation of all the qualities of imperfection and defect from Allah – blessed and exalted –; proving perfection requires the negation of imperfection and badness, and the absence of imperfection requires proving perfection.

3- Subanallah is defined as praising the beautiful on the face of love and glorification, and praise is by mentioning the good qualities in others for their favor, virtue, or otherwise, and the other deserves praise for the beauty of his own qualities.

Such as the attribute of science, courage, patience, dream, and mercy, and the other deserves praise for the help that he prefers, and honors other people, and praise is directed only to the same neighborhood.

4- Subhaanallah is a rank given to praise because praise indicates the reverence of Allah – the Almighty – and dispenses with Him from all that is inappropriate, while praise indicates that Allah – the Almighty – is the giver of all goods.

The giver of all goods and the integrity of Allah – Almighty – in Himself is preceded by describing it as giving and happiness; the existence of the thing itself is a rank given to finding another, and its occurrence in itself is preceded by its influence on the occurrence of others.

5- Subhan Allah (Almighty) deepens in the heart of the Muslim servant the reverence of Allah (Almighty) and his elevation from all evil, and he has called on all prophets and missionaries to praise Allah (Almighty).

Because of the influence of the senses that overwhelm the human heart that evoke the meanings of analogy in him, praise increases the faith of the heart.

And its the feeling that the only blessed is Allah Almighty in Allah, and Allah (Almighty) has urged His praise because the heart is overwhelmed by a sense of the presence of a softener other than Allah (Almighty).

One of the types of remembrance is praise and praise the proverbial adhkars are defined as the adhkars that were ordered by the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) or were urged to learn them.

Or quoted by him (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) as having said them in a private or non-private incident, and the Qur’anic adhkars such as praise and praise are among the types of adhkar that are proverbial and proverbial adhkars.

Each type of adhkar has a special impact on the heart of the Muslim slave, such as increasing his connection to his Lord (blessed and exalted), or increasing the keenness to carry out the duty of servitude to Allah to the fullest.

Allah (Almighty) says in His dear Book: “Praise be to Allah when you touch and when you become* and praise be to Him in the heavens and earth and in Ashya and when you appear.”

Allah (Almighty) expressed in the form of the news containing the meaning of the command and the request for praise; he said: (subhana allah), as well as his saying – Almighty – “Praise be to him in the heavens and earth”, the telling of Allah – Almighty.

To prove praise to him on all the people of heaven and earth includes the meaning of the command to praise him for sure, and praise is mentioned in the Holy Qur’an after praising in several places.

And the wisdom of mentioning praise is that sweetening is only after dispensation and liquidation; praise is sweetening, and praise Is the dispensation and liquidation

Subhaan allah has many virtues stipulated in the hadiths of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) mentioned in the books of the Prophet’s Sunnah, including what is said about Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him).

About the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) who said: “For I say Hallelujah, praise be to Allah, and there is no god but Allah, and Allah is greater, I love me more than the sun has seen.”

Abu Malik al-Ash’ari, may Allah be pleased with him, said of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) that he said: “Tahur is the part of faith, praise be to Allah fills the balance, and the Subhan Allah and praise be to Allah fill – or fill.

Between the heavens and the earth, prayer is light, charity is proof, patience is Zia, and the Qur’an is an argument for you, or for you, all people become loyal to themselves and are their guardians, or their mouthpieces.”

Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him) is reported to have said: The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Two words are light on the tongue, heavy in the balance, two beloved to the Rahman, Hallelujah and praise be to Allah, Hallelujah the Great.”

Concerning Juwayriyah bint al-Harith, may Allah be pleased with her, she said: The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) set out from me, and I am in my prayers, and then he returned when the day rose, and I am still in my prayer, and he said to me: Why are you still in Maslak since I went out? I said to him, yes.

And the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “I have said after you four words, three times, if I weighed what I said from today to their weight: Hallelujah and praise be to Allah, the number of His creation, the satisfaction of Himself, the weight of His throne and the extent of His words.”

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) is reported to have said in the virtue of praise and praise: “Allah has lined up from the words four: Hallelujah, praise be to Allah, and there is no god but Allah, and Allah is greater, and then he said: Whoever said Hallelujah wrote twenty good things to him.

And degraded twenty bad ones, and whoever said Allah Akbar is like that, and whoever said: There is no god but Allah is like that, and whoever said praise be to Allah, the Lord of the worlds by himself, wrote to him thirty good things and degraded him. Thirty bad).

For subhanallah dhikr is a virtue, and good for those who have been afflicted by anguish, or have been severely afflicted, for Ali ibn Abi Talib (may Allah be pleased with him) said: “The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him).

Taught me these words and ordered me if I was afflicted with anguish or distress to say that there is no god but Allah the Almighty and the Almighty Almighty and bless Allah the Lord of the Great Throne and praise be to Allah the Lord of the Worlds.

what is the difference between subhanallah and mashallah?

It is lawful for a man to say: What Allah wills when he sees what he admires of the blessings, as well as when he fears the eye, and so the believer instructed his infidel companion to say it, he would not have admired his paradise, and he said to him: If it were not for the fact that I entered your paradise.

I said what Allah wills, there is no power except by Allah if you ring, I am less than you money and a child [Cave:39}.

Ibn Kathir said: This is a nadir, and he urged it, that is: If you liked it when you entered it, and looked at it, you thanked Allah for what He has bestowed upon you, and He gave you money and the child unless others gave it, and I said.

Whatever Allah wills, there is no power except in Allah”; and for this reason, some of the ancestors said: Whoever likes something of his condition, his money, his son, or his money, let him say: {Allah willing, there is no power except by Allah} and this is taken from this noble verse. 

In it, a raised hadith, directed by Hafiz Abu Ya’ala al-Musli in his Misnadah, was narrated: Jarrah ibn Khalid spoke to us, ‘Umar ibn Yunis spoke to us, ‘Isa ibn Aoun, ‘Abd al-Malik ibn Zarara told us about Anas (may Allah be pleased with him) and said.

The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: What Allah has blessed a slave of grace from parents, money, or a son, and he says.

Whatever Allah wills, there is no power except by Allah” and he sees in him a scourge without death. He used to recite this verse: “If it were not for the fact that you entered your paradise, I said, Allah willing, there is no power except by Allah.”.

Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen (may Allah have mercy on him) said: If a man sees what he likes, and is afraid of the envy of the eye, he says: Masha Allah bless Allah so that the acclaimed does not get hurt by the eye, as well as if a man sees what he likes in his money, let him say: 

Masha Allah, there is no power except in Allah, lest he admires himself, and boast of himself in this money that he liked if he says: Allah willing, there is no power except by Allah, he has lost all the matter to his people, blessed and exalted. Oh from “Fatwas Noor on the Path”.

Apparently, there is no difference in the injury to the eye and the damage to it between the thing that is used in the permissible and the one used in the mahram for these releases, and for the general hadith narrated by Ahmad and Muslims.

That the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: The eye is right, and if it were something predestined, it would have been preceded by the eye.

The word subhana allah, in the Arabic language, is applied to those who are meant to be cleansed of imperfections and evil, and accordingly, the saying of subhanallah wa bihamdihi means that Allah (the Almighty) is dishonest about all qualities.

That is not worthy of His majesty and greatness and dispenses with all defects and shortcomings, as well as dispensing with taking the companion and the child, so it seems that there is a difference between Hallelujah and Masha Allah, but the common factor between them is that they meet with wonder.

 summary 

the status of subhaanallah is illustrated by the following: 

1- subhana allah is indicative of the description of Allah (the Almighty): It is known that Allah (the Almighty) is immune from all imperfections and defects, and is free from analogy, representation and equality, as well as from bad words and reprehensible deeds.

And this description is one of the greatest descriptions established by the Holy Qur’an and the Prophet’s Sunnah, and that praise – according to its meaning – is indicative of this meaning and indicates the greatest description of Allah.

2- subhana allah is one of the testaments of faith: it is known that praise is praise for Allah – the Almighty – and integrity and glorification of Him, and this dispensation and exaltation can only happen from anyone if he believes in Allah.

The Almighty – a true faith, and thus the praise of the Muslim to Allah is an acknowledgment of his slavery to Allah alone, and his faith in Him as a Creator Lord and an idolized Allah.

3- subhana allah is one of the origins of the unification of Allah (the Almighty and the Almighty): one of the types of monotheism; the unification of belief and saying; where the Muslim unites his Lord with his heart and believes in him, in himself, in his names and attributes.

And that he is free from imperfections and defects and shows the slave’s faith in all of the above on his wounds, and Allah the Almighty gives him his tongue through praise, and thus praise is one of the origins of monotheism.

4- subhana allah is one of the signs of the goodness of the Islamic faith: the praise of Allah (the Almighty and the Almighty) and his integrity from all that is not worthy of him is a characteristic of the Islamic faith.

And it is one of the principles agreed upon by all the divine laws, but many human beings have violated this origin and described Allah – the Almighty – as unworthy of him, so praise is a clear indication of the good faith of the Muslim.

In the end, the worship of the subhana allah is one of the easiest worships for the Muslim man the day and night, as it does not require great physical effort, nor huge physical energy, so the Muslim can commit to these worships wherever he is in different circumstances.

Subhanallah wa bihamdihi is a worship that brings great benefit to the one who carries it out, as it makes the Muslim closer to Allah the Almighty, and the remembered man senses with Allah the Almighty for him at every moment of his life, as well as the blessing in age, time and daily works.

And there are adhkars that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) singled out by a great favor, and high status with Allah the Almighty, including Hallelujah and praise be to Allah and subhan allah the Great, and here we will explain the benefits of “Hallelujah and praise be to Allah and Subhan Allah the Great”.

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