Ramadan The month of Mubarak is a month of blessings and kindness from Allah. Every good deed and act of worship during this month of blessings results in a seven hundred times multiplier, up from ten times the usual amount. However, since fasting is a special kind of reward that Allah bestows, He honors and blesses those who observe it throughout this holy month. On the Day of Resurrection, Allah All-Mighty will pay a visit to the individual who has been fasting in order to give them their recompense.
Enhanced benefits and privileges
According to a hadith that has been blessed by Allah, the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) is said to have said, "Whoever does a good deed." Its compensation ranges from ten to seven hundred times what the act itself is worth, but when it comes to fasting, Allah the Almighty states that since this deed is performed only for Me, I will reward it. This is because a person who fasts only abstains from his sexual urge, food, and drink for the purpose of serving Me. One of the delights that the person who is fasting experiences is when he breaks his fast, and the other joy that the person who is fasting experiences is when he meets Allah and the tongue of the person who is fasting. Allah considers the aroma of which to be more pristine than musk. sahih bukhari 1893
Forgiveness period of Ramadan
The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) is said to have stated in another beautiful hadith, "Whoever fasts during the month of Ramadan with faith and with the intention of reward (with sincerity), his past sins are forgiven." (Sahih Bukhari, 1901) Giving up food and drink is not the only way to earn this virtue and tremendous reward; the only person who will satisfy the conditions of fasting in its most literal meaning is the person who fasts themselves. In addition to this, he will steer clear of any and all follies and inappropriate actions. The Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) is credited with making the following statement: "He who does not cease uttering falsehoods and acting on lies, then Allah has no need to It is recommended that a person refrains from eating and drinking. (Sahih Bukhari: 1903) and said that "Fasting is a shield." When one of you is fasting for the day, he shouldn't engage in conversation about having fun or create a lot of noise. If he is subjected to abuse by someone. If he attempts to convince you otherwise, just let him know that I am now fasting.
Days and Nights of Ramadan
Like the days, the evenings of the person who fasts are spent in worship of Allah Almighty, regarding whose traits Allah Almighty has declared in the Holy Qur'an: "Their nights are spent in standing and prostrating their God" (Surah al-Furqan, 25). /63) According to a saying attributed to the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him), "Whoever stays in Ramadan (nights) in a state of faith, with the intention of reward (sincerity), his previous sins will be forgiven." (Sahih Al-Bukhari: 2009)
A Ramadan Prayer
It is evident, both from the verse That was just blessed and from the hadiths That were just blessed, that the whole month of Ramadan is full of benefits and kindness. It is a one-of-a-kind act of worship, and Allah, the All-Mighty, will personally reward you for it. The evenings of this month should likewise be devoted to worshipping Allah, the Supreme Being, just as the days have been doing. May Allah Almighty allow us the capacity to spend the month of Ramadan worshipping Him and avoiding sinning in accordance with His teachings and the teachings of His Prophet (peace be upon him), and may He also grant us the ability to do so according to His teachings and those of His Prophet (peace be upon him). Ameen!