Remembering Allah, The Exalted.

بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمَنِ الرَّحِيْمِ



Abu Huraira reported Allah’s Messenger [may peace be upon him] as saying that Allah, the Exalted and Glorious, thus stated: I am near to the thought of My servant as he thinks about Me, and I am with him as he remembers Me. And if he remembers Me in his heart, I also remember him in My Heart, and if he remembers Me in assembly, I remember him in assembly better than his (remembrance), and if he draws near Me by the span of a palm, I draw near him by the cubit, and if he draws near Me by the cubit I draw near him by the space (covered by) two hands. And if he walks toward Me, I rush towards him;” Sahih Muslim, Kitab Al-Dhikr.


Ninety-nine of the Names (Attributes) of Allah:

  1. Allah, GOD (as in the One and Only object of prayer/worship);

  2. Al-Rahman (The Compassionate);

  3. Ar-Rahim (The Merciful);

  4. Al-Malik (The King, Sovereign);

  5. Al-Quddus (The Holy);

  6. As-Salam (The Author of Safety);

  7. Al-Mu’min (The Giver of Peace [Faith]);

  8. Al-Muhaimin (The Protector);

  9. Al-Aziz (The Strong);

  10. Al-Jabbar (The Compeller);

  11. Al-Mutakabbir (The Majestic);

  12. Al-Khaliq (The Creator);

  13. Al-Baari (The Maker);

  14. Al-Musawwir (The Fashioner);

  15. Al-Gaffar (The Great Forgiver);

  16. Al-Qahhar (The Dominant);

  17. Al-Wahhab (The Bestower);

  18. Ar-Razzaq (The Sustainer);

  19. Al-Fattah (The Opener);

  20. Al-‘Alim (The All-Knowing);

  21. Al-Qabid (The Retainer, The Withholder);

  22. Al-Baasit (The Enlarger);

  23. Al-Kafid (The Pleaser);

  24. Al-Rafi (The Elevator);

  25. Al-Mu’izz (The Honourer);

  26. Al-Mudhill (The Humiliator);

  27. Al-Sami (The All-Hearing);

  28. Al-Basir (The All-Seeing);

  29. Al-Hakam (The Judge);

  30. Al-‘Adl (The Just);

  31. Al-Latif (The Subtle);

  32. Al-Khabir (The Aware);

  33. Al-Halim (The Forbearing);

  34. Al-‘Azim (The Mighty);

  35. Al-Ghafur (The Forgiving);

  36. Al-Shakur (The Grateful);

  37. Al-‘Aliyy (The High, The Sublime);

  38. Al-Kabir (The Great);

  39. Al-Hafiz (The Preserver);

  40. Al-Muqit (The Protector);

  41. Al-Hasib (The Reckoner);

  42. Al-Jalil (The Beneficent);

  43. Al-Karim (The Bountiful, The Gracious);

  44. Al-Raqib The Watcher);

  45. Al-Mujib (The Responsive, The Hearkener);

  46. Al-Wasi’ (The All-Embracing);

  47. Al-Hakim Al-Mutlaq (The Judge of Judges);

  48. Al-Wadud (The Loving);

  49. Al-Majid (The Glorious);

  50. Al-Baaith (The Raiser [from death], The True);

  51. Al-Shahid (The Witness);

  52. Al-Haqq (The Truth, Reality);

  53. Al-Wakil (The Trustee);

  54. Al-Qawiyy (The Strong);

  55. Al-Matin (The Firm);

  56. Al-Waliyy (The Protecting Friend);

  57. Al-Hamid (The Praiseworthy);

  58. Al-Muhsi (The Counter);

  59. Al-Mubdi (The Originator);

  60. Al-Mu’id (The Reproducer);

  61. Al-Muhyi (The Restorer, The Giver of Life);

  62. Al-Mumit (The Destroyer);

  63. Al-Hayy (The Alive);

  64. Al-Qayyum (The Self-Subsisting);

  65. Al-Wajid (The Perceiver);

  66. Al-Wahid (The One);

  67. A-Samad (The Independent);

  68. Al-Qadir (The Capable);

  69. Al-Muqtadir (The Dominant);

  70. Al-Muqaddim (The Promoter);

  71. Al-Mu’akkhir (The Retarder);

  72. Al-Awwal (The First);

  73. Al-Akhir (The Last);

  74. Al-Zahir (The Manifest);

  75. Al-Batin (The Hidden);

  76. Al-Wali (The Governor);

  77. Al-Muta’ali (The High Exalted);

  78. Al-Barr (The Righteous);

  79. Al-Tawwab (The Relenting);

  80. Al-‘Afuww (The Forgiver);

  81. Al-Muntaqim (The Avenger);

  82. Al-Ra’af (The Compassionate);

  83. Al-Malik Al-Mulk (The Owner of Sovereignty);

  84. Dhu’l-Jalal wa’l-Ikram (The Lord of Majesty and Bounty);

  85. Al-Muqsit (The Equitable);

  86. Al-Jami’ (The Gatherer);

  87. Al-Ghani (The Self-Sufficient);

  88. Al-Mughni (The Enricher);

  89. Al-Mu’ti (The Bestower, The Giver);

  90. Al-Mani’ (The Withholder);

  91. Al-Nafi (The Propitious);

  92. Al-Darr (The Distresser);

  93. An-Nur (The Light);

  94. Al-Hadi (The Guide);

  95. Al-Azuli (The Eternal);

  96. Al-Baqi (The Everlasting);

  97. Al-Warith (The Heir);

  98. Al-Rashid (The Guide to the Right Path);

  99. As-Sabur (The Patient).

Abu Dharr reported Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) as saying that Allah, the Exalted and Glorious , stated: “He who comes with goodness, there are in store for him ten like those and even more than those: ‘And he who comes with vice,’ it is only for that that he is called to account. I even forgive him (as I like) and he who draws close to Me by the span of a palm I draw close to him by the cubit, and he who draws close to Me by the cubit I draw close to him by the space (covered) by two hands, and he who walks towards Me, I rush towards him, and he who meets Me in the state that his sins fill the earth, but not associating anything with Me, I would meet him with the same (vastness) of pardon (on My behalf);” Sahih Muslim, Kitab Al-Dhikr.



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