How to spend in charity
Performing worship on Laylatul Qadr is equal to worshiping Allah for 1,000 months (83 years).
Now imagine if you donated to Laylatul Qadr.
Imagine getting the reward of donating the same amount of money every day for 1,000 months in a row.
How great would your reward with Allah be?
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The uncertainty about which night Lailatul Qadr falls on creates within our psychology a yearning to seek out this unique opportunity in order to come closer to Allah.
That yearning brings about several positive spiritual emotions: awe, reverence, wonder, anticipation, eagerness, excitement, hope, and longing, all of which are encompassed in the eagerness to please Allah.
Therefore, a smart Muslim may want to perform similar worship on each of the last 10 nights. This method will guarantee you’ll catch Laylatul Qadr.
- Make plenty of dua
- Spend more time with the Qur’an
- Show good character when interacting with others
- Give in charity
May Allah accept our good deeds and enable us to witness Laylatul Qadr.
What is the best way to give charity in Islam?
In Islam, giving Sadaqah doesn’t mean giving a good amount of money to poor and needy brothers only. It is all the good deeds Muslims can do for their fellow brothers, like; spreading knowledge, Giving sincere advice, Giving a helping hand, sharing food, and even smiling at your Muslim brother are considered Sadaqah.
What are the 5 benefits of giving?
5 Benefits of Giving
1) Giving makes us feel happy. …
2) Giving is good for health. …
3) Giving helps the social connection. …
4) Giving evokes gratitude. …
5) Giving is contagious.
What Prophet said about Sadaqah?
The Prophet (peace be upon him) said “Sadaqah extinguishes sin as water extinguishes fire” (Hadith, Tirmidhi). He also said that Allah offers relief on the Day of Judgement for those who give sadaqah: “The believer’s shade on the Day of Resurrection will be their charity” (Hadith, Tirmidhi).