– Sit down with pen and paper and create your du’a list. If you have ever done this before, then you know how important it is. If it’s your first time, then don’t delay it. Sit down with pen and paper to write down the things that really matter to you, the things you want to ask Allah for.
– Ask Allah freely in Ramadan, for anything and everything… but also make a list of 5-6 things that you will ask for consistently, every time you get a chance to in Ramadan. Then repeat your du’a for these things in sujood, at iftaar time, throughout your day, and in your night prayer.
– Ask Allah for the good of this world, and for the Hereafter. Ask that He forgives you, and saves you from the Hell-fire, and enters you into the highest levels of Jannah.
– Ask Allah for yourself, and other Muslims.
Allah loves that we make du’a to Him… so earn His love by turning to Him and asking this Ramadan.
“And when My servants ask you, [O Muhammad], concerning Me – indeed I am near. I respond to the invocation of the supplicant when he calls upon Me. So let them respond to Me and believe in Me that they may be guided.” [2:186]
~Originally published at I Got it Covered