Reflections on Dua Jawshan Kabir. Mohammad Ali Shomali. International Institute for Islamic Studies, Qom, Iran Spiritual Quest Summer and Autumn Vol. Wazaiful Abrar – Imam `Ali ibn al-Husain Sayyid as-Sajjidin (prayers be upon him ) related from his father from his grandfather the Prophet of Allah (blessings of. Benefits of each of the sections of. Jawshan Kabeer. No. Benefit. No. Benefit. No. Benefit. 1. To overcome difficulties. To ask for more benefits. To build up.
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Thus, it is very important to know which names of God, how many times, and when they should be called. O Creator of the sky. Finally, let’s finish this article by jawdhan God by reading the 14th section of this dua, which is one of its most beautiful sections: O He, Who has made the sun a lamp. O He, Who knows all secrets.
O Manifester, O Facilitator. O Merciful to every sufferer. O He, Who knows the conscience of the silent. O Liberator from grief.
Our limited space does not allow us to quote the entire narration here. O He, Who has made sleep a rest.
O He through Whose permission in the earths are secured. O He, from Whom nothing is feared save His Justice. The parable of His Light is a niche wherein is a lamp the lamp is in a glass, the glass as it were a glittering star lit from a blessed olive tree, neither eastern nor western, whose oil almost lights up, though fire should not touch it. According to the book, al-Balad al-aminat the beginning of each section “Bism Allah al-Rahman al-Rahim” should be recited and at the end of each, the following should be recited:.
O Eternal in His sovereignty. If he calls Me, I will answer him, and if he asks Me something, I will bestow it upon jawehan. O He Who oversees slips and errors. So supplicate Him, putting exclusive faith in Him. O Helper of he who has no help. O Most Bounteous in goodness.
Reflections on Dua Jawshan Kabir
O He, Who loves the pure. O Pride of those without pride. O Manifest, O Powerful. Views Read Edit View history. O Magnanimous to him who places his hope in Him. O Helper, O Jawsnan. O He, Who is the Creator of all things.
O Helper who needs no help. The rest of the dua is about calling God’s names and attributes. O Master of perpetual prestige. O Refuge of the seeker of shelter. O He Whose forgiveness is a grace. Jawsuan He, for Whom are beautiful names.
O Master of the Day of Judgement. O Joiner of broken bones. O Merciful to those who weep. O He Who loves the patient.
O Kaibr, Who loves the repentant. It is related from Imam ‘Ali ibn al-Husayn Sayyid al-Sajidin from his father from his grandfather, the Prophet of Allah, who received it from the Angel Gabriel during one of the battles. When you call someone and he answers you, this is ijabat and if you, then, ask him something, whether he fulfils your request or not, he already has answered your call.
O He, Whose wonders are in the seas. Some Shiite scholars wrote commentaries on or expositions of the al-Jawshan al-Kabir supplication.
O He, Who is the Sustainer and Extinguisher of all things. O Shatterer, O Joiner. O Forgiver of the implore His forgiveness. All human beings, animals, and plants owe their life to a living being before them. O Noblest kqbir all the nobles. O Giver of glad tidings, O Warner. O He, Who has no equal and no match.
O Provider of sustenance to small children. O He, Whose control extends to everything.