(103) Remembrance before sleeping — أذكار قبل النوم

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اللّهُـمَّ رَبَّ السّمـواتِ السَّبْـعِ وَرَبَّ العَـرْشِ العَظـيم ، رَبَّنـا وَرَبَّ كُـلِّ شَـيء ، فالِـقَ الحَـبِّ وَالنَّـوى ، وَمُـنَزِّلَ التَّـوْراةِ وَالإنْجـيل ، والفُـرْقان ، أَعـوذُ بِـكَ مِن شَـرِّ كُـلِّ شَـيءٍ أَنْـتَ آخِـذٌ بِنـاصِـيَتِه . اللّهُـمَّ أَنْـتَ الأوَّلُ فَلَـيسَ قَبْـلَكَ شَيء ، وَأَنْـتَ الآخِـرُفَلَـيسَ بَعْـدَكَ شَيء ، وَأَنْـتَ الظّـاهِـرُفَلَـيْسَ فَـوْقَـكَ شَيء ، وَأَنْـتَ الْبـاطِـنُ فَلَـيْسَ دونَـكَ شَيء ، اقـْضِ عَنّـا الـدَّيْـنَ وَأَغْـنِنـا مِنَ الفَـقْر .

Allahumma rabbas-samawatis-sabAA, warabbal-AAarshil-AAatheem, rabbana warabba kulli shay/, faliqal-habbi wannawa, wamunazzilat-tawra, wal-injeel, walfurqan, aAAoothu bika min sharri kulli shayin anta akhithun binasiyatih. Allahumma antal-awwal, falaysa qablaka shay/, wa-antal-akhir, falaysa baAAdaka shay/, wa-antath-thahir falaysa fawqaka shay/, waantal-batin, falaysa doonaka shay/, iqdi AAannad-dayna wa-aghnina minal-faqr.

‘O Allah, Lord of the seven heavens and the exalted throne, our Lord and Lord of all things, Splitter of the seed and the date stone, Revealer of the Tawrah, the Injeel and the Furqan, I take refuge in You from the evil of all things You shall seize by the forelock (i.e. You have total mastery over). O Allah, You are The First so there is nothing before You and You are The Last so there is nothing after You.You are Aththahir so there is nothing above You and You are Al-Batin so there is nothing closer than You.Settle our debt for us and spare us from poverty.’

Tawrah: The book revealed to Moosa .

Injeel: The book revealed to Easa .

Furqan: One of the many names of the Quran, means: The Criterion which distinguishes between truth and falsehood.

Aththahir: Indicates the greatness of His attributes and the insignificance of every single creation in respect to His greatness and Highness, for He is above all of His creation as regards His essence and attributes.

Al-Batin: Indicates His awareness and knowledge of all secrets, of that which is in the hearts and the most intimate of things just as it indicates His closeness and nearness to all in a manner which befits His majesty.