Last Friday before Ramadan

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Abu Bakr Zoud

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smilla Rahmanir Rahim. My brothers and sisters in Islam, today is a Friday. And it is the last Friday before the month of Ramadan. And it has authentically been narrated that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam mentioned that the Dwyer done during the last hour of a Friday is an except that guaranteed door lock what the last hour doesn't necessarily mean 60 minutes. It could be more than that, or less than that. The main thing is that that moment before the sunset is an accepted guarantee, do I so make sure you make the most of this time, sit down between you and Allah subhanho wa Taala and ask Allah azza wa jal that he allowed you to reach or Milan asked him and add

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to this, ask him subhanho wa Taala that he gives you the ability and the power and the strength and the energy that you're able to worship him during this plus a month, asked him to give you the energy that you're able to foster these the way he wants, and that you're able to pray the nights the way he wants, and that you're able to worship Allah azza wa jal during laylat on the way he subhanho wa Taala once the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to ask Allah xuejun to give him ability to worship. He some Allahu alayhi wa sallam would see Allahumma inni as an ogre fear Allah Hi, a lot of Allah, I asked you to give me the ability that I do the good that I do that which

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pleases us of how to hoard the island. So don't forget this during this day Friday, and also ask Allah Zoysia that he bring relief to our oppressed brothers and sisters all around the world. We ask Allah subhanho wa Taala that He forgive our sins, and that He grant us mercy and forgiveness Allah Harlem