Having a home in heaven is every Muslim’s dream. The ultimate goal is full of happiness. As a reward for all the practices while living in the world.
Every believer wants the eternal life of the class after death is a home in heaven. Even so, the main purpose of a believer’s life is to get the pleasure of Allah SWT. And we obeyed Him.
Here are some practices that can be done during life in the world, so that all hope can be realized.
Building a Mosque to Get Home in Heaven
Building a mosque sincerely to expect ridho from Allah SWT can be the best practice so that one day built a house in heaven.
From Jabir ibn ‘Abdillah, the Prophet (pbuh) said,
“Whoever builds a mosque because of Allah even though it is only a hole where the birds lay their eggs or smaller, then Allah builds for him (the house) like that in heaven.” (HR. Ibn Maajah)
The virtue of building a mosque was also conveyed by one of the Khulafaur Rasyidin, Uthman ibn Affan. He said that the Prophet (pbuh) said, “Whoever builds a mosque because of Allah, then Allah will build for him like that in heaven.” (HR. Bukhari and Muslim)
Reading The Ten Times sura Al-Ikhlas
From Mu’adz bin Anas al-Juhaniy, he said that the Prophet PBUH said,
“He who recite the qul huwallahu Ahad until he has fulfilled it ten times, shall be awakened for him a house in heaven.” (HR. Ahmad)
Doing Dhuha Prayer to Get Home in Heaven
Istiqomah doing dhuha prayers as many as four rakaat will also get a home reward in heaven.
From Abu Musa, he said that the Prophet (pbuh) said,
“Whoever prays Dhuha four rak’ahs and prays before Dhuhr four rak’ahs, then a house is built for him in paradise.” (HR. Ath-Thabrani)
Close Up Shaf During Congregational Prayer
From Aisha, the Prophet (pbuh) said,
“Whoever covers a gap ( in shaf), Allah will raise his rank because of it and will be awakened for him a house in Paradise.” (HR. Al-Muhamili)
Saying the Phrase ‘Innalillahi wa inna ilaihi rajiun’
And when a child dies, he will wake up in Paradise.
From Abu Musa al-Ash’ari, he said that the Prophet (pbuh) said, “When the son of a servant dies, Allah says to His angel, “You have taken the life of My servant’s son?” They said, “Right.” He said, “You have taken away the souls of their children?” They said, “Yes.” He said, “What did My servant say then?” They said, “He praises you and says istirja’ (innaa lilaahi wa innaa ilaihi raaji’uun).” He said, “Wake up to My servant in heaven, and name him baitul hamdi ( house of praise).” (HR. Tirmidhi and Ahmad)