Posted by on August 4, 2017

Why Muslims Pray to Allah? Prayer Hadiths describing benefits of Prayers:

  1. Ibn Umar (R.A) narrates:

    The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) stated the following:

    “The place of prayer (salah) in religion is like the place of the head in the body.”

    Source: (Majmau’l-Awsat, 3:154, (2313.) Imam Tabarani, Mu’jamu’s-Saghir)
  2. Abu’d-Darda (r.a) stated:

“My friend Muhammad (pbuh) gave me the following advice.”

“Even if you are chopped up and burnt, do not associate partners with Allah and do not miss your fard prayers deliberately. Allah will move His protection away from a person who misses his fard prayers deliberately.”

(Musnad: 5/238, Al-Bani Sahih Ibn Majah: 3529, Bayhaqi)

Hadith about Prayer is reported from Abdullah bin Qurt (May Allah be pleased with him):

Abdullah bin Qurt R.A stated:

The Messenger of Allah (pbuh) said,

“On the Day of Judgment, a slave will be questioned about his prayers first. If his prayers are good, his other deeds will be good, too. If his prayers are bad, his other deeds will be bad, too.”

Source: (Tabarani, Targhib)

The following Salah Hadith is reported from Hazrat Nawfal bin Muawiya (r.a.):

“A person who does not perform a prayer on time is like someone whose family and property were removed.”

Source: Ibn Hibban

Salat hadith reported by Abdul­lah b. Umar (r.a.)

Abdul­lah b. Umar (r.a.) stated that the Prophet (PBUH) said,

“A person who misses the afternoon prayer is like a person whose family and property have been destroyed.”

Source: (Jamiu’l Ahadith)

Namaz Hadith stated from Hazrat. Umar (R.A):

Hazrat. Umar (R.A) stated:

The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said,

Namaz is the pillar of the Islam.”

Source: Jami’us Saghir,Hilyatul Awliya

Prayer benefits related hadith was reported by Hz. Abu Umama (R.A)

The Prophet said:

 “There is nothing superior to a person who is given by Allah the opportunity to perform a two-rak’ah prayer giving. As he is busy with praying, goodness and good deeds are poured onto him.”

Source: (Musnad Ahmad)
Posted in: Hadiths, Islam, Muslim Prayer


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