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How Can You Earn 1000 Good Deeds in 2 Minutes?

All praise be to Allah.

Every believer strives to attain the rewards from Allah Almighty. All of want to be among the righteous in the hereafter. It is great to find that we are given some opportunities that not only add to our good deeds but also multifold their rewards during our lifetime.

How good it is that we do one act of a good deed and we are rewarded 1000 times?

The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) guided Muslims to grasp this opportunity in many hadith

Mus`ab bin Sa`d narrated from his father (may Allah the Almighty be pleased with him), that the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah the Almighty be upon him) said:

“(When) When one of you recites a hundred Tasbīḥāt a thousand good deeds are written for him, and a thousand evil deeds are wiped away from him (at-Tirmidhi).

Isn't that great? You read one hundred tasbihat (don’t we do that after every salah?) We are rewarded with 1000 good deeds and the jackpot doesn’t end here, a 1000 of our evil deeds are wiped off!

Tasbihat means to say SubhanAllah (Glory be to Allah). It is a great way of supplication. It is a great investment in believers hereafter. A hundred tasbihat takes 2 minutes to say and in 2 minutes such great rewards are given to us. Allah is so merciful, he gives so much for just 2 minutes of our time. What would not happen if we said it after every salah with attention? Imagine how many rewards will you earn? How many of sins will be erased. In just 2 minutes.
Within 20 minutes we can add 10000 rewards and remove 10000 sins. It will become a magnificent act to reflect upon these values and react accordingly to monitor our implementation every day via saying Subhan -Allah.

We can take short breaks from our work and recite tasbihat, in a day how many times would you have said it and how much benefit will you reap?

spreading this knowledge will sustain our journey in this life to increase rewards and eliminate sins. Life is so short and we have to understand that every moment is an opportunity to be closer to Allah the Almighty...

May Allah guide us all.


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