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Is there any homework I can do to get a dua answered? please give me instructions, such as saying this dhikr this x amount of times for example thank you

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    This is not how it works. – Medi1Saif Dec 12 '19 at 16:01
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Praying tahajjud (night prayer) is a very good option.

Narrated by Uqba ibn Amir (R.A):

“When one, out of two persons of my Ummah gets up at night and motivates himself for Wudhu despite not feeling to do so since, Shaytaan had tied knots on him. When he washes his two hands in Wudhu, one knot is loosened, when he washes his face, another knot is loosened when he wipes his head with wet hands another knot is loosened, when he washes his feet yet another knot is loosened. Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta’ala says to those behind the veil- His angels: “Look at My slaves! How much hardship he is enduring in dealing with his Nafs (inner self), so now whatever this slave asks of Me, it will be granted to him.” (Ahmad)

Notice how Allah explicitly states that:

whatever this slave asks of Me, it will be granted to him.

This therefore shows that praying during night-time is an excellent way of asking Allah for whatever you desire.

الله اعلم

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  • isn' t tahajjud only in Ramadan , I can' t pray it today?? – New Member Dec 13 '19 at 23:40
  • Nope, Taraweeh is in Ramadan. Tahajjud can be performed any night and ishaAllah your du’as will bee accepted. – overfl0w Dec 13 '19 at 23:44
  • Also I heard this whats your view on this? islamqa.info/en/answers/143240/… – New Member Dec 13 '19 at 23:45
  • But how do i know I performed tahajjud instead of qiyam ul layl??? – New Member Dec 13 '19 at 23:45
  • If you look at this islamqa.info/en/answers/143240/… It says tahajjud is actually tahajjud if you pray right away after waking up at night? – New Member Dec 13 '19 at 23:46

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