WORSHIPPING ALLAH THROUGH DIFFERENT WAYS

masjid

Worshipping ALLAH is mandatory upon all the Muslims; it is to be done with all the traditional rituals like salah, zakat and fasting etc. Hence, devoting completely to ALLAH in Islam doesn’t require a Muslim to enter in a place of worship like masjid; a Muslim can engage himself in worship throughout the day either by staying at home or through work place or anywhere else.

Every single aspect of a human life in Islam fits under the umbrella of worship so the person’s intention is to please ALLAH and his actions are consistent with the Holy Quran and prophetic life. There are certain ways to worship ALLAH.

The Holy Quran:

The Quran is the final revelation of ALLAH to humanity. Quran gives guidance to every aspect of life. The memorization, study and recitation of Quran is a worship. The Surah’s of Quran are also recited during every namaz. Quran is widely read in its original language i.e. Arabic, for understanding Quran various translations in many languages are also available.

 Namaz or Daily prayer:

It is obligatory for all Muslims to offer five namaz throughout the day. Namaz enables Muslims to get mentally and physically relaxation from their worldly activities by connecting with ALLAH five times a day. The prayers or salah consist of praising ALLAH while bowing, standing, and prostrating. On Fridays, all Muslims attend a special congregational Jumma namaz with complete brief sermon.

 Fasting in month of Ramadan:

All Muslims fasts in the month of Ramadan, it is the ninth month in Islamic lunar calendar. Roza or fast refrain a person from eating, drinking any thing from Fajar (dawn) to Maghrib (sunset). Fasting cleans a person spiritual and strengthens willpower of person. While fasting, Muslims involves in charitable acts like payng Zakat and Roza also controls from bad habits such as using bad language, unnecessary gossips and anger etc.

Zakat:

It is necessary for all Muslims to pay zakat (if he is able to pay) for helping the poor and needy. This act of kind acknowledges that all wealth comes from ALLAH and belongs to ALLAH; zakat purifies the soul of Muslim from material greed. Islam encourages the acts of charity either monetary or physical. In Hadees Prophet (pbuh) said that every act of goodness is charity and Smiling is also charity.

 Hajj:

The Holy journey to Mecca for performing Hajj is obligatory for all Muslims (if they are able and afford to perform) must be performed once in their life. Hajj is an act of worshipping ALLAH and it symbolizes the unity of humankind. For Hajj Muslims from different race, colour, cast, social status and nationality gathered together to worship ALLAH.

 Dua or Supplication:

Muslims make dua to ALLAH, because ALLAH is the only one who can listen and fulfil our supplications. Muslim addresses ALLAH directly for their desires and needs anywhere and anytime. For worship in Islam direct relationship is an essential element. Whether a Muslim is asking for guidance, or beseeching ALLAH for forgiveness, Muslims can supplicate to ALLAH anytime.

For More Details Visit: http://www.cheapumrahpackages.org/