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Salah: Sign Of Strong Connectivity With Allah!


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Spiritual connectivity with Allah depends entirely on the sheer faith in hearts because Taqwa comes with belief in Allah and in continuous connection to Him. The hustle bustle life and spiritual procrastination has made Muslims ignorant leading to delay in Salah, paying alms, pilgrimage performance, and Quran reading. Allah has given us free will to strive in establishing strong connection with Him in order to reinvigorate the bond of connectivity.


Salah Remedy for Spiritual Connection:


Salah or Namaz is the best way to make this spiritual connection stronger by offering prayers five times a day. Salah is an obligatory deed and soul nourishment practice that Allah has ordained. Salah is a daily ritual, which is compulsory upon every Muslim and the first question to be asked after death as narrated:


“The first thing among their deeds for which the people will be brought to account on the Day of Resurrection will be prayer. Our Lord will say to His angels, although He knows best, ‘Look at My slave’s prayer, is it complete or lacking?” [sunan Abu Dawud]


Salah in Quran:


Quran the sacred revelation comprise everything and is a complete package for spending life in the pursuit of imperative teachings. In Quran at almost every place, it has advised to establish Salah, which leads to piety. Quran attest to this narrative as:


“This is the Book about which there is no doubt, a guidance for those conscious of Allah - Who believe in the unseen, establish prayer, and spend out of what We have provided for them.” [2: 2-3]


Salah a Sign of Believer:


Who is a believer? Quran has clearly reveals the sign of a true believer that he/she establishes Salah, enjoin good, and forbid evil. They are the pious God-fearing people who fulfill what has asked them to and never detest Quran teachings instead make strong connection with Allah.



















“The believers, men, and women are protectors of one another ey perform As-Salat (Iqamat-as-Salat) and give the Zakat, and obey Allah and His Messenger. Allah will have His Mercy on them.” [9:71]


No Fear on Day of Judgment:


Those who take care of their Salah and establish daily they surely have nothing to fear on the hour and day of reckoning. In Islamic narratives, it has evidently mentioned that no son of Adam will be spared until answer five things out of which one would be Salah.

Those who are regular in their prayers upon them will lie no wrath and will be jubilant to meet their lord on the day when judgment will be commenced.




“Indeed, those who believe and do righteous deeds and establish prayer and give Zakat will have their reward with their Lord, and there will be no fear concerning them, nor will they grieve.” [2:277]


Allah’s Help Through Salah:


Allah’s help comes through Salah for the devoted Muslims who invoke Lord, trust His decisions, and ask Him for guidance.




“And seek help through patience and prayer, and indeed, it is difficult except for the humbly submissive [to Allah].” [2:45]



Concisely, nothing is late until late therefore make best use of this time, which is in hands, and strengthen the divine relation with Allah, which will be a source of absolution later wards. Confession is the best way to sustain a relation, hence plead to lord and establish Salah. Salah is the sign of a Muslim, a call from Allah and a responsibility to fulfill because it is the mere thing that lineate a faith bearers from those who went astray.


“The difference between a man (Muslim) and shirk and kufr is the abandoning of Salah.” [sahih Muslim]


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