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مُساهمةموضوع: Say Subhan allah   الخميس سبتمبر 13, 2012 10:47 pm




































When we say subhān Allah (Glory be to Allah), we are glorifying Allah above any imperfection or deficiency. It is a declaration of His transcendence.

One of Allah’s names is al-Subbūh. This can be translated as “the
Most Glorified”. Allah is the One who possesses all glory. who has no
partner or rival, who possesses every aspect of perfection, and whose
actions are all holy and free from evil. He is not subject to the
capricious and transient qualities of temporal, created beings.


Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) used to call upon Allah by this
name while bowing and prostrating in prayer: "Most Glorified, Most Holy,
Lord of the angels and the Spirit." [Sahīh Muslim (487)]


The Qur’an addresses Allah’s glory in numerous ways and in various
contexts. For instance, it commands us: “Glorify the name of your Lord,
the Most High.” [Sūrah al-A`lā: 1] In this verse, Allah’s glory is mentioned in conjunction with His transcendence.


Allah also says: “Everything in the heavens and on Earth glorifies Allah.” [Sūrah al-Jumu`ah: 1]

“All that is in the heavens and on Earth glorify Allah.” [Sūrah al-Hashr: 1]

“The seven heavens and the Earth and all they contain glorify Him,
and there is not a thing but extols His glory; but you do not understand
how they glorify Him.” [Sūrah al-Isrā': 44]


One day, Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) departed from his home
at dawn to go to the mosque for the Morning Prayer. His wife was
offering her prayers in the area of her home where she used to pray. He
returned home after sunrise and found her still seated in her prayer
area.


He asked: “have you been like this since I left you?” She replied that she had.

He said: “I have uttered four phrases since I left you and uttered
them three times. If they were weighed against everything that you have
said in supplication since the start of the day, they would equal it:
‘Glory and praise be to Allah to the number of His creations, and to the
degree that He Himself is pleased with, and to the weight of His
throne, and to the extent of His words’.” [Sahīh Muslim (2726)]


We glorify Allah by extolling His glory with our tongues. We also do
so in our five daily prayers. While bowing we say: “Glory be to Allah
the Magnificent.” Likewise, while prostrating, we say: “Glory be to
Allah, the Most High.” In observing these rites of prayer, we exalt
Allah’s magnificence simultaneously with our bodies and our words, since
we are invoking Allah’s transcendent glory while we are ourselves in
positions of utmost humility and subservience to Him.


We see that the Qur’an refers to our daily prayers as engaging in His
glorification where it says: “So glory be to Allah when you enter upon
the night and when you enter upon the morning – unto Him be praise in
the heavens and on Earth! – and at the Sun’s decline and at midday.” [Sūrah al-Rūm: 17-18]










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