Prayer for prayer, complete with procedures and reading intentions

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For Muslims, the hajat prayer is carried out if they have a desire to be granted their wish quickly. However, the hajat prayer cannot be done arbitrarily, there are several procedures to the prayer that must be said during the hajat prayer. What are they?

Before getting to the heart of the prayer, HOPS will explain what the meaning of prayer for Muslims. Hajat prayer is a prayer that is done when a Muslim expects something or has a purpose, such as a mate, career, sustenance, or protection from Allah SWT. To run it must also be in accordance with Islamic law.

In addition, the times that are allowed to perform the prayer worship are morning, afternoon and evening. Meanwhile, the forbidden time for prayer is after Fajr and after Asr.

A hadith Rasulullah said that: “Whoever performs ablution and completes ablution, then prays two rak’ahs (Hajat prayer) and completes his cycle, Allah will give him what he asked for sooner or later.” as narrated by Imam Ahmad. Well, so as not to be curious, the following voice reported the procedure.

Procedure for the Hajat Prayer

Performing the hajat prayer should not be careless and certainly not unavailable, such as menstruation or childbirth. For those who want to do the prayer, pay attention to the procedure below.

1.Ablutions and intentions

The first step before performing the hajat prayer is to perform ablution to purify oneself from minor hadas. After that, prepare to pray and read intentions. The intentions for the prayer are as follows:

Usholli sunnatal haajati rak’ataini lillaahi ta’ala
Meaning: I intend to pray two rak’ahs for the sake of Allah Ta’ala

2. Read the Iftitah and alfatihah prayers

After takbiratul ikhram, followed by reading the iftitah prayer then continued reading al fatihah and a short letter. Do it right and solemnly. In the second rak’ah also read alfitahah followed by reading a short letter

3.Reading short letters

After reading the alfatihah, continue reading a short letter both in the first and second rak’ahs. The short letter that can be read can be verse chairs, al sincerity, or al kafirun.

Read the prayer after the prayer. Photo; Pexels

4. Ruku with tuma’ninah

After reading the short letter, continue bowing with tuma’ninah. Do this for the first and second rak’ahs. Bow reading: Subhaana rabbiyal ‘adhiimi wabihamdihi.

5. I’tidal with tuma’ninah

Continue reading I’tidal with tuma’ninah. Do this for the first and second rak’ahs. Bacaa I’tidal reads: Robbana lakal hamdu mil us samawaati wamil ul ardhi wamil u maa syi’ta min syain ba’du

6. Prostrate, sit between two prostrations, return to prostration

After I’tidal, then prostrate, then sit between the two prostrations, then return to prostration. Do this for the first and second rak’ahs.

7. Read the final takhiyat and greetings

In the second rak’ah, after reciting the final tahiyat, continue with greetings. If you pray more than two rak’ahs, you can stand up and pray after the greeting.

8. Read the prayer prayer

After greetings, it is also recommended to read the prayers for the prayers of prayer with solemnity and hope. The prayers are as follows.

Subhanallah walhamdulillah walaailaaha illallah waallahu akbar walaa haula wa quwwata illaa billahil ‘aliiyil ‘adzim (as much as 10 times while prostrating).

Allahumma sholli ‘alaa sayyidina Muhammad wa ‘alaa ali sayyidina Muhammad (as many as 10 times).

Rabbanaa aatinaa fidunyaa hasanah wa fil’akhirati hasanah wa qinaa ‘adzaaban nar.

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