When visiting the sick
when visiting the sick
when the prophet rwould enter upon a sick person, he would say:
la ba/sa tahoorun in shaal-lah.
‘never mind, may it (the sickness) be a purification, if allah wills.’
‘any muslim servant who visits a sick person whose prescribed moment of death has not arrived and supplicates seven times:
asalul-lahal-aaatheem rabbal-aaarshil-aaatheem an yashfeek (7times).
‘i ask allah the supreme, lord of the magnificent throne to cure you’.
…he (the sick person) will be cured.’
excellence of visiting the sick
‘ali ibn abee talib trelated that he heard the messenger of allah rsay: ‘if a man calls on his sick muslim brother, it is as if he walks reaping the fruits of paradise until he sits, and when he sits he is showered in mercy, and if this was in the morning, seventy thousand angles send prayers upon him until the evening, and if this was in the evening, seventy thousand angles send prayers upon him until the morning.’
supplication of the sick who have renounced all hope of life
allahummagh-fir lee, warhamnee wa-alhiqnee birrafeeqil-aaala.
‘o allah, forgive me, have mercy upon me and unite me with the higher companions.’
refer to the quran, chapter 4, verse: 69.
aaaishahrelated that the prophet r(during his illness in which he passed away) would dip his hands in water and then he would wipe his face and say:
la ilaha illal-lah, inna lilmawti lasakarat.
‘none has the right to be worshipped except allah, death does indeed contain agony.’
la ilaha illal-lah, wallahu akbar, la ilaha illal-lahu wahdah, la shareeka lah, la ilaha illal-lahu lahul-mulku walahul-hamd, la ilaha illal-lah, wala hawla wala quwwata illa billah.
‘none has the right to be worshipped except allah and allah is the greatest.none has the right to be worshipped except allah, alone.none has the right to be worshipped except allah, alone, without partner.none has the right to be worshipped except allah, to him belongs all sovereignty and praise. none has the right to be worshipped except allah and there is no might and no power except with allah.’