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I am trying to find out the English meaning of the verse underneath, Is there any special benefit if I practice this verse daily??

fallaho khairul hafezao oha hua arhamur rahimin. fallaho khairul hafezao ohallahu khairul razikkin. innallaha huyarrazzaku jul kkuyatil matin.

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    Can you provide Arabic version of this, i.e write it with Arabic alphabet? It is hard to guess correct words with transliteration.
    – user44
    Jun 12, 2014 at 12:15
  • I do not have this in Arabic vertion. But I know this is a special doa to Allaha. Thank you very much for your reply, Jun 12, 2014 at 12:25
  • These are different qur'an quotes which should clearly be distinguished by surah and verse number. Further this ttransliteration is horrible.
    – Jamila
    Nov 29, 2020 at 14:42

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First part of this praying is belong to Surah Yusuf, verse 64: Arabic: فَاللّهُ خَيْرٌ حَافِظًا وَهُوَ أَرْحَمُ الرَّاحِمِينَ

English:

But Allah is the best Keeper, and He is the most Merciful of the merciful ones.

Second part is belong to Surah Hajj, verse 58:

Arabic:

(وَ الّذِينَ هاجَرُوا فِى سَبِيلِ اللّهِ ثُمَّ قُتِلُوا أَوْ ماتُوا لَيَرْزُقَنَّهُمُ اللّهُ رِزْقاً حَسناً وَ إِنَّ اللّهَ لَهُوَ خَيْرُ الرّازِقينَ).(حج/58)

English:

  1. And (as for) those who fly in Allah's way and are then slain or die, Allah will most certainly grant them a goodly sustenance, and most surely Allah is the best Giver of sustenance

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I try to understand last sentence of above quotes but I could not yet?

Imam Sadiq -peace be upon him- refers to first sentence of this praying in a special praying…

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The last (the third part ) verse is : ( إن الله هو الرزاق ذو القوة المتين) الاية 58 من سورة الذاريات Verse 58 Adh-Dhariyat 51 English translation : ( Indeed, it is Allah who is the {continual} provider,the Firm possessor of strength ). Another translation by Yousif Ali ( For Allah is He Who gives ( all) sustenance ,- lord of Power -steadfast ( for ever ).

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