Ablution, erasing sins

The Great saint Maruf Karkhi (rahmatullah alayhi), having rolled up his sleeves, made sand cleansing (tayyammum). Anyone who saw it, asked him:

- Oh Sheikh! The river is very close. Why do you make tayyammum?

He replied:

- Who will give me a guarantee that , until I reach it, I will not die?!

Permanent residence in the state of ablution - a high degree of service to the Supreme Lord for close Allah saints (Wali).

Every reasonable person knowing the dignity ablution should try to always be in this state. To be in it is a pleasure for the soul. Ablution gives vigor and excitement for the body. Man wakes up spiritually. Ablution - a continuation of dhikr. If a person is always in a state of ablution, then pray he reads in a state of piety.

Omar (radyyallahu anhu) said:

- Ablution, performed perfectly, beautifully and flawlessly, separates man from Shaitan.

The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said:

- When a person performs ablution, starting with the words "Bismillyahir - rahmanir - rahim" he remembers Allah, then cleared his body. If the person did not say "Bismillah", then cleared only washed parts of the body.

The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said:

- If a man commits ablution correctly and beautifully, after he read the prayer in two rak'ahs, and while his heart will not be busy in worldly affairs, his sins are forgiven, and he becomes like a newborn.

The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said:

- If a person commits a beautifully ablution and then, raising his head and look to the heavens, says: "I ​​testify that there is no god but Allah the One and He has no partner" and "I bear witness that Muhammad - His slave and Messenger", he will see eight gates of Paradise, and the man come in that door, what he wants.

Always be in a state of ablution - is Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).

Anas bin Malik (radyyallahu anhu) narrated that the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said:

Be in a state of ablution always in this life.


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