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For verily each of the two people who meet each other supplicates for the other for safety from evils, and mercy, and blessing that brings about every good.
I supplicate that, if you haven't already done so, that you begin today by giving your kids a hug each day and tell them you love and care for them.
Now, I am the last man in the world To supplicate you!
A person may supplicate Allah for himself, his parents, children, relatives and all those who are dear to him from among the Muslims.
In a Sallah Message, Governor Ugwuanyi, who felicitated with President Muhammadu Buhari and other Muslim faithful, also wished them the guidance and blessings of Allah, calling on all Nigerians to continue to supplicate for the progress of the country, through good deeds, sacrifice and abiding faith in God.
ISLAMABAD -- The Presidency for the Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques has provided more than 2,200 workers to clean the Grand Mosque every day around the clock so as to ensure a spiritual ambiance for pilgrims, visitors and congregates to pray and supplicate.
Then he said: 'You have complained of drought in your areas and of delay in receiving rain at the beginning of its season, but you have been ordered by Allah to supplicate to Him and He has promised that He would answer your prayers'."
TAWAF PROGRESSION: Pilgrims supplicate as they gesture on arriving at the Kaaba's Black Stone corner.
The United States will then have to supplicate UN authorities not to spirit away our men and women in uniform to be tried in foreign lands under foreign laws by foreign judges who will likely be motivated by anti-U.S.
This gaze that supplicates and demands, that can supplicate only because it demands, deprived of everything because entitled to everything, and which one recognizes in giving[,].
Whenever he read a verse that mentioned Paradise, he would repeat it and supplicate to Allah to admit him into it.
MINA -- Chanting 'Labbaik Allahumma labbaik' around two million pilgrims entered the plain of Arafat on Thursday to supplicate for the atonement of their sins and hoping for the acceptance of their Hajj.