I don't specifically know the first ten but I do know the first three.
They are not in the order either ( I don't know who will go in first )
A man will be called before Allah. Allah will ask him :"What did you do with the wealth I gave you?" ; The man will reply : " I donated it all away for your cause ya Allah " ; Then the angels will say : "You are ...
According to Quran:
He is the Knower of the Unseen and does not disclose His Unseen to anyone, except only to a Messenger that He has chosen, and He sends guardians before him and behind him. (72:26,72:27)
Only God Knows everything BUT he can teach whatever he wants to whoever he wants.
None knows about this except Allah or through Allah's revelation. Even Muhammad's () knowledge on the matter is limited on what was revealed to him as Allah says:
Say, "None in the heavens and earth knows the unseen except Allah , and they do not perceive when they will be resurrected."
Aslamualikum, This is a very interesting Question that i used to always ask myself, the answer is no. He cannot force you into doing anything that has to do with religion, just like it was written in the Quran ( لا إكراه في الدين ) which means there is no compulsion in Islam, meaning that he cannot force you into praying, wearing hijab, and so on.
Allah knows the truth of your heart and intentions.
My thoughts concerning suffering during Ramadan, my understanding of Surah Al-Baqarra verse 185, line three ...
“Allah intends for you ease, and does not intend for you hardship, and wants for you to complete the period, and to glorify Allah for that to which he has guided you; and perhaps you will be ...
The matter is wide open:
You could say it three times, you could say it more you could say it even less.
And you could perform du'a (See in Sahih Muslim) instead of praising Allah during sujud.
If you performed it once and in all unhurriedly it would be regarded as valid.
The main reason for considering praising Allah three times sunnah are ahadith such as: