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Dare Dualı Trinket Armor Mini Yellow
Product features :
- 10 X 26 cm
- 788 gr
- Our product takes its strong structure from polyester, which is its raw material.
- Coloring is done with paints containing metal pigments.
CEVEN DUALI BIBLO ARMOR
During the times of the Great Turkish States and the Ottoman Empire, you can use the very virtuous Cevşenli Dualı Trinket Armor prayer, which allowed them to be protected and survive from wars by writing on the armor of their soldiers, in your home, in your offices and as a gift to your loved ones.
CEVŞEN'ÜL KABIR PRAYER
Prayer, dhikr and salawat have a very important place in a Muslim's life. Prayer is the essence of worship, the brain of worship, the weapon of a believer; It is a source of power that the believer can always refer to. Of this importance of prayer
It is because of that Allah Almighty invites his servants to pray and states that he will not leave the prayers unanswered. Three of these divine invitations are as follows: "Pray to me and I will answer you." Believer, 40:60 "He answers the prayers of those who believe and do good deeds." Shura. 42:26 Say: "What importance do you have with my Lord, if you do not pray?" Furkan, 25:77 There are many verses and hadiths about mentioning Allah a lot. In the 10th verse of the Surah Juma, our Lord says, "Mention Allah a lot so that you may attain salvation", and in another verse, the following is clearly stated: "Remember me that I will remember you with my mercy." Bakara, 2:15 This work named "Hizb-u Envari'l Hakâikı’s Nûriya", in which the most beautiful prayers and dhikr are present, is a great occasion for the dhikr and prayer ordered by our Lord to be fulfilled perfectly. There are seven chapters in this work that Bediuzzaman compiled from truths such as Mecmuatü'l Ahzab and Risâle-i Nur.
In the first chapter, there are chapters that are very rewarding and virtuous to read and the ashirs that are recited after prayers. In this section where Yâsin, Fetih, Rahman, Mulk and Nebe, which are among the most virtuous chapters of the Quran, are also
There are also tribes from Amenerras. The virtues of these suras and tribes are mentioned in many hadith-i sharifs.
In the second part, there is Jevsen, the greatest prayer of the Prophet (pbuh). The following incident, which describes how this great prayer was given to the Prophet, also reveals its importance: The Prophet was going to the Uhud Mountain, wearing his armor. The weather was very hot. At one point he looked up at the sky and prayed to God. Suddenly he saw Jibril through the opened sky gates. Hz. Jibril was covered in lights. He said to the Messenger of Allah, "Allah Almighty greetings you, tahiyya and
After receiving his salutation, the Prophet (pbuh) presented his prayer and said: "Take off your armor and read this prayer. If you wear this prayer and read it, it has a greater effect than armor. "The Prophet, who always thought of his ummah at every moment and at every opportunity, asked," Is the effect of this prayer exclusive to me or my ummah? "Gabriel (pbuh) gave the following good news:
"O Messenger of Allah! This prayer is a gift of Allah Almighty to you and your ummah. Nobody but Allah can appreciate the reward of this." (Ahmet Ziyâeddin Efendi, Mecmuatü'l-Ahzab)
In the third part, there is Evrâd-ı Kudiya arranged by His Holiness Şâh-ı Nakşibend (k.s.). Bediuzzaman stated that this universe had a hundred qualities and benefits, and this prayer of Shah-i Nakşibend was given by our Prophet (pbuh)
He states that he took lessons in the realm of meaning. A large part of this phase consists of prayers in verses and hadiths.
The fourth chapter is Delâili’n-Nur, where the most perfect and most devilish salawat is found. The following hadiths, which ordered our Prophet (pbuh) to pray, reveal the importance of this chapter: "Those who deserve my intercession the most on the Day of Judgment are those who bring me the most blessings." Tirmidhi, Salat: 352 "The real miser is that person who does not bring me salawat even though my name is mentioned next to him. Tirmidhi, Daavât: 101 "Whoever brings blessings to me once, Allah will bestow on him ten times his mercy." Abu Dawud, Witr: 26
In the fifth chapter, there is the Münâcâtü'l-Quran prepared by Hazret-i Osman (r.a.). The prayer sentences in this universe are taken directly from the expressions in the verse. Ustad Bediuzzaman says about this, "This relation is very holy just like Cevşen and Celceliyetiye; and it is higher than the verses due to the fact that they receive the words of sarîh."
The sixth section consists of Tahmidiye. It is stated that this universe, which includes extensive and universal praises for the blessings Allah bestows, is also a cure for many material and spiritual illnesses.
The Hulâsatü'l-Hülâsa in the seventh chapter includes the existence and oneness of Allah, the witnesses of the universe and the existence in it. About this chapter, which is like a summary of the verse of the Verse-Kübrâ, Üstad Bediuzzaman said, "It would be nice to read it from time to time at some time.
It gives strength to faith. ”We found it appropriate to print the translation of these prayers in a different way.