Lailathul Qadr : A Unique Gift of Allah in Ramadhan

I often wondered why did Allah swt gave a night of Lailathul Qadr. A very special night only bestowed for His righteous servants….

Lailathul Qadr could be “just one Night“ in the last 10 nights of the sacred Ramadhan which is better than 1000 months; which quantifies to 83 years, SubhanaLlah!

Thus, if a noble servant of Allah swt seeks for Lailathul Qadr and finds it, it is as thought he had won a lottery in his life (deeds) which is equivalent to 83 years of his life or more than of it.

SubhanaLlah! Do we not want to win this unique and special gift from Allah which will equate to His special Mercy, Forgiveness and giving us the ultimate Protection from the fires of Jahannam, La haula wala quwwatha illa biLlahil aliyyil azdeem.

The people of akhiruZzamaan-final era is given a shorter lifespan compared to those who have lived before us like our nabi Adam (as) who was said to have lived for 1000 years.

Those who lived longer has a longer lifespan to do their ibadah to please Allah swt…. but we are given a shorter lifespan, hence Allah swt out of His infinite Mercy has gifted us with this special night, Alhamdulillah.

This night of power has many significances only Allah swt knows everything about this unique night. This night is full of Rahmah and Salaam.

The angels and Allah’s beloved Jebril (a) descend therein by permission of their Lord for every matter. This night is full of Salaam and only Allah knows about everything that happens in this blessed night.

Let us eagerly look for Lailathul Qadr and submit our whole selves to please Allah in that particular night with prescribed Ibadahs as shown by our beloved Nabi (saw).

Ya Allah, we beg You to grant us this night and bless all of us with the Salaam and Rahmah of this night.

Ya Allah grant all of us thoufeeq to meet and blessed with this unique night.

Ya Allah, we are Your weak and humbling servants beg You to bestow upon us this special night of Lailathul Qadar for us to be blessed with Your Rahmah, Maghfirah and Ithqum-minannar. Ameen ameen ameen Ya Allah!

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