Abu Hamza Thumali (r.a) was a close companion of Imam Sajjad (a.s) He has related that during the month of Ramadhan Imam Sajjad (a.s) used to spend a. Dua taught by Imam Ali Zaynul Abideen (pbuh) to Abu Hamza Thumali, who said that Imam used to recite it at the time of the beginning of the fast. the fast he recited the following dua’a. This Du„ā‟ has been recorded in the Read the invocation of Abū Hamza Thumālī as uttered by. Imam Sayyid as- Sājidīn.

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You graced me with, and confer on me from Your bounties, vast awards that are lawful and good.

Provide me with Your bounties and grant me charity with Your pardon, O’ my Lord, cover me with Your protection and pardon me of my punishment by the honor of you face. The files you find here are NOT IN the Public domain, and the copy rights of the files still remain with the above author. You, my Lord, are more vast in bounty and greater in patience and clemency than to judge thujali according to my wrong doing and fault, So I beg You: Indeed Your generosity has expanded my hope in YouAnd your acceptance has led to the taking of my deed.

For if any one today other than You would have known of my sin, I would not have sinned, And if I feared that You may hasten my punishment, I would have avoided sinning, Not because You are hakza an important watcher, nor an unworthy onlooker, but because You, my Lord, are the best secret keeper, and the Wisest of all rulers, and Most generous of all generous.

Supplication of Abu Hamza al-Thumali

And I have sought You for my wish, and directed my need to You, and I depend on You for my rescue, and I assign my pleading to You by praying to You, doing this while knowing that I am not worthy of Your listening to me nor do I have a right on You to pardon me, but I do so because I trust in Your generosity, and I submit to Your true promise to answer our prayers and I take refuge through believing in Your unity, and through my certainty of knowledge about You, that indeed I have no other god or lord but You, only You; there is no partner for You.

And in disparately seeking Your generosity and being content with Your judgment, I find it compensating from the rejection of the misers, and more satisfying than the handouts of the selfish. If You were to not forgive but Your devotees and constant obeyers, then to whom would the sinners resort to? I seek refuge with You from laziness, failure, misery, cowardliness, stinginess, unawareness, cruelty, humility, poverty, indigence and every calamity; and the exorbitant of sins whether they are apparent or concealed, And I seek refuge in You from a self that is never content, and a stomach that is never satisfied, and a heart that is never pious, and a prayer that is not accepted, and a deed that is not beneficial if committed.

All Praise is for Allah whom I do not plead to anyone but Him, for if I pleaded to others, they would not grant me. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. You have revealed in Your holy book for us to forgive those who committed injustice toward us, and we have committed injustice by sinning toward ourselves so pardon our conduct, for You are more worthy of pardoning than we are; And You commanded us not turn away the needy who knock on our doors, and I hereby come to You needy, so turn me not away until You fulfill my need; And You commanded us to treat justly those whose freedom reins we hold, and You hold our reins of freedom, so liberate our necks from the hell fire.


O’ the Best of whom a worshiper has ever prayed, and the Foremost of whom anyone has wished! Retrieved from ” https: If You cause me to enter the hell fire, it will be to the pleasure of Your enemy, But if You cause me to enter paradise, it will be to the pleasure of Your Prophet, And verily, Oh Allah, I know that the pleasure of Your Prophet is more favorable to You than the pleasure of Your enemy. All Praise is for Allah whom I call upon with my needs whenever I wish, and I entrust Him with my secrets without an intercessor, and He grants me my wishes.

Their references is http: My hope, my Master is ever great, but my deeds have worsened, so grant me from Your pardon by as much as I had hoped, and please, do not thumalli me by my worst mischief, for Your generosity is greater than punishing the sinners, and Your forbearance and patience is higher than recompensing the inadequates. Peace of Thee be upon Prophet Muhammad and his honored family.

This dua’a has been recorded in the book Misabh. So if You forgive, O’ Lord, You have forgiven the many sinners before me. Do not discipline me by means of Your punishment, And do not subject me to Your planned strategy. Even if You tied me with the chains of hell, And You deprived me Your flowing stream of favors from between the witnesses of the day of JudgmentAnd You pointed out my scandals to the eyes of Your worshipers, And You ordered me to hell, And You isolated me from the company of the faithfuls, I would not end my hope in You, and I would not dismiss my reassurance of Your pardon, and my love to You would not depart from my heart, I do not forget the helping hand You bestowed upon me, and Your protection of my secrets in life.

I am, my Master, seeking refuge through Your bountifulness, I am escaping from You to You, while anticipating Your promise to forgive those who possessed good convictions toward You. Unite me with the virtuous of those who preceded me, And render me to be among the virtuous of who remained, And lead me to the way of the virtuous, And aid me in restraining myself from sin with whatever You aid Your righteous believers with, And culminate my deeds with their best, And make my reward from it heaven with Your mercy, And assist me in implementing the virtues that You granted me, And anchor me on the right path O’ Lord!

You are more vast in bountifulness and greater in patience than to judge me according to my deed, or to stumble me with my sin.

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And what is the value of my tongue, O’ Lord, when it comes to thanking You? Distinguish me with Your distinctive remembrance, And do not allow any of what I seek closeness to You with of good deedsin the midst of nights or the extremes of days, to be an object of pretension, seeking of reputation, arrogance, or extravagance.

Evidently, the command is yours, for You are the only One without partners, and all creatures are in Your maintenance and within Your grip, and everything submits to You, blessed You are O’ Lord and Cherisher of the worlds. Render me loving of Your meeting and hamsa my meeting, And grant me in meeting You comfort, happiness and honor.

To where would a slave go but to his master, To where would a creature seek refuge but to his Creator. Ali al-Ridhathe eighth Imam of Shia, stated about him: O’ my Lord and my Master! Award me insight in Your religion And understanding in Your judgment, And awareness in Your knowledge, And surety in Your mercy And piety that shields me from committing sin, And brighten my face with Your light, And render my affinity solely in what You possess, And claim my soul on Your path and on the religion of Your Prophet, Peace of Allah upon him and his household.


And what significance is our deeds compared with Your awards? Forgive the believers, be they men or women, living or dead, and let us follow on their path with good deeds. And I depend upon You O’ Lord, to safeguard my self, my religion, my finances, and all of what You awarded me, from the evil of the cursed Satan; Indeed, You are the One who hears and knows all things.

And truly traveling to You is short in duration, and You do not veil Yourself from Your creatures unless their own misdeeds would block them from You.

He knocks on the gate of Your generosity with his prayer, and he solicits Your gracious consideration in relieving his dilemma through his hearty anticipation in YouSo please do not turn Your honorable face away from me and accept from me what I plead for, For I have pleaded with this prayer and I am hopeful that You would not turn me down, since I have always known of Your benevolence and mercy.

I do not depend on our good deeds to achieve salvation from Your punishment, rather I trust it to Your bountifulness toward us, for You are the Lord of righteousness and the Lord of forgiveness.

Award me vastness in sustenance, And security in my homeland, And the comfort of the eye in family, finances and offspring, And the continued enjoyment of Your bounties, And health and strength in the body, And safeguard in faith, And forever utilize me in establishing Your obedience and that of Prophet Muhammad peace of Allah upon him and his household, as everlong as You advance my age, And compel me to have the biggest share among Your worshipers in whatever good You ever caused to descend and especially what You award in hamaa month of Ramadan, hamaz the Night of the Decree, and what You are awarding every year from mercy that You dispense, and good health that You harness, and crises that You deter, and good deeds that You accept and bless, and sins that You acquit.

Part of a series on Shia Islam. Who am I, my Lord, and what is my danger! And whose bounties would I anticipate if I lacked Your grants on the day of my destitution judgment day? The supplication touches on following subjects: And what motivates and dares me to disobey You is Your patience with me, and what invites me to the lack of shyness from You is Your protection of my concealed sins. He wrote several works about Islamic subjects such as the Kitab fi Tafsir al-Quran al-Karim an exegesis of the QuranKitab al-Nawadir a book thumaali the rare thingsKitab al-Zuhd on asceticism and Al-Risalah al-Huquq about all kinds of thuamli.

With Thujali light we were guided and with Your thumaoi we became richer, and with Your favors we are encountered mornings and evenings, Our sins are before You and we ask You, O’ Master, for forgiveness and we hereby repent, You befriend us with Your gifts but we reward You by sins, Your bounty to us is ever descending, but our mischief to You is ever ascending. I swear with Your exalted might and majesty that if You reclaim my sins that I will call upon Your mercy, and if You reclaim my meanness, I will call upon Your generosity, and if You forward me to the hell fire, I will hamzaa its inmates about my adoration of You.