‘Abdullah ibn ‘Amr reported that the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, “If a Muslim man persists in two actions, he will enter the Garden. They are easy, but those who do them are few.’ He was asked, ‘What are they, may Allah bless him and grant him peace?’ He said, ‘That you say “Allahu akbar” ten times, “al-hamdu lillah” ten times, and “Subhana’llah” ten times after every prayer. That is 150 on the tongue and 1500 in the balance.’ I saw the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, counting them with his hand. Then he said, ‘When you go to bed, you should say, “Subhana’llah”, “al-hamdu lillah”, and “Allahu akbar”. That is 100 on the tongue and 1000 in the balance. Who among you can do 2500 bad actions morning and night?’ He was asked, ‘Messenger of Allah, how is it that they are not counted?’ He said, ‘Shaytan comes to one of you while he is praying and reminds him of something he has to do such-and-such and such-and-such, so he does not remember to do it.'”
Al Adab Al Mufrad
Easy way to earn Jannah. Subhan Allah
All you have to do is the following:
After each salaah, remember to say
Subhaan Allaah 10 times,
Alhamdulillaah 10 times
Allaahu Akbar 10 times.
That makes a total of 30 after each salaah.
If we say these words after each of the five daily prayers, that makes a total of 30 X 5 = 150
Each good deed is recorded as 10 good deeds or more, by the Mercy of Allaah. So saying these words after each salaah will be recorded for us as 1500.
How? (150 X 10 = 1500)
Then when you go to bed, remember to say
Subhaan Allaah 33 times,
Alhamdulillaah 33 times
Allaahu Akbar 34 times.
That makes a 100. ( 33 + 33 + 34 = 100)
Saying these words 100 times will be recorded as 1000 good deeds by the Generosity of Allaah azzawajal.
Adding the two together gives us 2500 good deeds (1500 + 1000 = 2500)
We all are way too familiar with how the Shaytaan will come to us at the end of our prayer and make us remember a thousand other things that suddenly will seem so ‘important’ to us that we will forget to do Beautiful Dhikr and go rush off to finish that ‘urgent’ matter. And even if we do manage to defeat the Shaytaan after the prayers, and remember to say these words, Shaytaan surely comes to us as we are getting ready for bed and makes us so tired and sleepy that we are asleep even before our head hits the pillow and we forget to say these Beautiful Dhikr.
EXCEPT for those on whom Allaah has mercy. And In Shaa’ Allaah we can be one of them. If we…
- Have Sincere Intentions
- Make Dua to Allah azza wa jal to enable you to say these words
- And Be Persistent
So who amongst us does 2500 bad deeds in a day?
In Shaa’ Allaah there’s NONE amongst us who does that.
So strive to do good deeds all day long. Stay away from bad deeds and bad company. And
remember to say this Dhikr at the end of the salaah and at the end of the day
and In Shaa’ Allaah Jannah will be yours.
And Allaah knows best.