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How keep Imaan?
How can we keep/increase our Imaan to Great Allah, Qiamaa(day of judjment), Mala'yks(Angels), Quran, Prophets stronger? I am collecting here the ideas/strategy of other muslims to help myself and other muslims to keep and increase our Imaan. So if you have tips and strategys that effect our Imaan, please post me at office@aua.info or rigister as user and you can post it as Comment. -~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~

Submitted Admin of myislam.eu(Ghufran):

1- If you feel your Imaan goes weaker, try to recite as much as you can this suplication from Quran(3:8)
رَبَّنَا لاَ تُزِغْ قُلُوبَنَا بَعْدَ إِذْ هَدَيْتَنَا وَهَبْ لَنَا مِن لَّدُنكَ رَحْمَةً إِنَّكَ أَنتَ الْوَهَّابُ
[3:8] Our Lord! make not our hearts to deviate after Thou hast guided us aright, and grant us from Thee mercy; surely Thou art the most liberal Giver.
This sublication works absolute inshallah.

2- If you can not read Quran, try hard(go even through dead) to learn it, reading and memorizing Quran replace all of worst things in your life.

3- read sunnah "better now just Al-Bukhari" and practise.

Submitted by Sis Shama:

1.I believe that an Imander person should concentrate on Halal income.

2. We must repeat the three words, Subhan Allah, Alhumdulillah and Allahu Akbar as much as possible whenever we can. This I believe strengthens one's faith.

3. And we must try hard never to harm any of our fellow beings.

Submitted by Sis Ismat:

The dua that has worked for me is reciting Allah's names (as many times) on daily basis, a different name from the 99 (Asma'ul Husna) each day.

I have opted for 1000x daily. It has given me alot of peace of mind, courage, patience (I am speaking from expeience) and a feeling of guidance from Allah.

Submitted by Bro. ASLAM:

Your all the 3 points are really very good and apart from that it is good to recite Ayat tul Kursi after every Faraz namaz which makes a person more safe from all the evils.

Submitted by Bro. MOHOMED:

A DECEASED FRIED OF MINE HAD MENTIONED TO ME SOME YEARS AGO OF HIS EXPERIENCE. HE WOULD NOT TO MISS HIS MORNING PRAYERS AND ALWAYS RECITED SURAH-E "YASIN" AFTER HIS PRAYERS.

WHENEVER HE WAS ON HIS TRAVELS, WHILE LEAVING HIS HOTEL ROOM TO START HIS DAY, HE ALWAYS FELT THERE WAS A "SHADOW AND A DIVINE HAND OVER HIS HEAD."

I WILL REQUEST ALL READERS OF THIS MESSAGE TO RECITE A SURAH-E FATIAH FOR THE MARHUM AND PRAY FOR HIS MAGHFEERAT.

Submitted by Bro. Mustharshid:

Yes, we should not make Salaat to wait for us, but we should wait for the goodness of Salaat as advised by Prophet SAWS.

Submitted by Bro. Riyaz:

Instead of three I will write only one since I feel that has helped a lot.

Be conscience of sinning and abstain from it as much as possible. the rest will fall in place insha allah.

Submitted by Bro. Muslim: The things that help me are:

1. Remembrance of Allah SWT in my regular activities. In every role of my life I try and question as to what Allah SWT wants of me. The more I can ask this question the closer I feel to Him and am able to control myself better.

2. A journal in which I write my progress the previous day - keeping a track of my concentration in prayers, my remembrance of Allah SWT and my ability to control myself in various fields.

3. Discussion with pious people, ulema etc. Be it in Majalis or on one to one basis. Their piety acts as a magnet for me and brings out the best in me.

Submitted by Buthaynia: Three ways I keep my Eeman strong:

1. I pray I do my five prayers

2. I make sure I am always studying about Islam so that way my attention is drawn to the good and not worry about things like television. I try to always keep my mind pure.

3. I always supplicate to Allah (swt) to help keep my Eeman strong

I have to say that being a revert to Islam and a American there are so many things in America that does try to temp us from doing good, if i may add these:

Things to Watch out for and Do to make sure you keep your Eeman strong

1. As a revert you have to remember that you are not really a part of where you are from and what I mean by this is that if you are not from an Islamic country and don't have any Muslims at all around it could be hard, that is way I stay in most of the time and try to study as much as I can and forget about what is going on outside because as a Muslim I have no part of anything unpure, I try to stay pure.

2. Don't let others who are not Muslims try to influence you, because if they were your true friends then they would not try to temp you to do anything wrong, they would supprt you and help you if they were your true friends.

3. Always stay on the Right and True path.


Submitted by Brother Raza:

1. Praying immediately after Fajr Adhan and keeping awake thereafter - dedicating time for ibadah as recomended.

2. Reciting atleast one Makrah of Qur'an with translation every day.

3. Ensuring that Ghusle-Janabat has been performed immediately when necessary.


Submitted by Brother Noor:

1. I make sure that after every prayer I recite the recommended and my own supplications which I feel has 'guaranteed' my every planning and favours I ask from Almighty Allah swt.

2. I follow a discipline to go to the mosque many minutes before Adhaan is recited so that "Salah should not wait for me but that I should wait for Salah (to begin)"

3. I try to look after my family and parents (come what may) and I feel that with the prayers of my Mother I have remained happy in this life and insha-allah in the Hereafter.

Submitted by Dr. Rashid M.H.:

1. My recitation of Ayatul Kursi (from Chapter 2 of the Holy Quran on the Throne of Allah) before going to my Medical Practice daily is like my insurance of having a successful day.

2. Being lucky to have Excellent Role Models in my Parents and Teachers in my Madrasah training has kept me steadfast in Islam in having a solid foundation.

3. To see the hardships and sufferings of the common African family and the serious diseases on a daily basis keeps us do a little Humanitarian Service like Medical Camps and so on once in a while: for which we thank Almighty Allah in protecting us.

Your Comments, Good Actions and Specific Strategies will be posted Here to share with fellow muslims.

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