Mahsyar is one place that we will definitely visit. The condition is very scary considering the sun is exactly one inch above the head.
This will be experienced for thousands of years. There is no intercession except the intercession of the Prophet Muhammad SAW.
But the help is only for those who pray while still alive in the world. That is the importance of this worship at the end of the day. It turns out, not only humans, because God and angels also participated in blessings to uphold the nature.
For the time of implementation, shalawat can be done at any time. But it turns out that there are some of the best times to pray to the Prophet Muhammad SAW. Here’s more information.
- 1 1. When Entering the Mosque, its Best Times to Pray
- 2 2. When Leaving the Mosque, its Best Times to Pray
- 3 3. When Tasyahud in Prayer, its Best Times to doing dua (praying)
- 4 4. In The Prayer of the Dead
- 5 5. When Called the Name of the Messenger of Allah
- 6 6. When You Finish Hearing the Adhan
- 7 7. In the Series of Morning and Afternoon Dhikr, its Best Times to Pray (dua)
- 8 8. When Praying
- 9 9. At Unspecified Free Times
- 10 10. On Friday Day and Night
- 11 11. Every Ceremony
- 12 12. When Trouble and Trouble Hit, its Best Times to Pray
1. When Entering the Mosque, its Best Times to Pray
The first best time to pray to the Prophet (pbuh) is when entering the mosque. This advice is in accordance with the hadeeth of Fathimah (may Allaah be pleased with him):
“Usually, when the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) enters the mosque he prays and says: Rabbighfirli Dzunubi Waftahli Abwaaba Rahmatik (O Allah, forgive my sins, and open for me the doors of Your Mercy)” (HR. At Tirmidhi, 314. Narrated by Al Albani in Saheeh Sunan At Tirmidhi).
2. When Leaving the Mosque, its Best Times to Pray
Not only when entering the mosque, it turns out that when stepping foot to get out of the mosque we are encouraged to pray for the Prophet SAW.
“And when he came out of the mosque, he prayed and said: Rabbighfirli Dzunubi, Waftahlii Abwaaba Fadhlik (O Allah, forgive my sins, and open for me the doors of Thy priority)” (HR. At Tirmidhi, 314. Narrated by Al Albani in Saheeh Sunan At Tirmidhi).
3. When Tasyahud in Prayer, its Best Times to doing dua (praying)
The next best time to pray is when tasyahud is in prayer. Every Muslim of course always performs this commandment when they perform prayers either obligatory or sunnah
4. In The Prayer of the Dead
When performing the funeral prayer, we are also encouraged to pray to the Prophet (pbuh). The evidence that states his sharia is what is narrated by Imam Abdur Razzaq in his mushannaf (no.6428)
5. When Called the Name of the Messenger of Allah
Perhaps many of us do not know that we must pray when called the name of the Prophet SAW. Even if we do not carry it out, then the Apostle considers us as a stingy person. This is in accordance with a hadith, the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said:
“The stingy man is the one who when called my name he refused to pray”
6. When You Finish Hearing the Adhan
The next best time is when I finish listening to the adhan. In addition to being encouraged to say what is said by the muezzin, we are also commanded to pray to the Messenger of Allah. The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said:
“If you listen to the muezzin recite the adhan, say what he says. Then give me a favor. Because every man has a blessing on me, Allah will pray to him 10 times” (HR. Muslim, no. 384)
7. In the Series of Morning and Afternoon Dhikr, its Best Times to Pray (dua)
Dhikr is one of the practices that we should always do in daily life, be it in the morning or evening.
It would be better when the remembrance is accompanied by blessings to the Prophet (s). As contained in the words of Rasululluh SAW.
8. When Praying
The next best time to pray is when we want to pray. Shalawat to him became one of the determinants of the granted or idolized prayers offered by the person.
9. At Unspecified Free Times
Basically we are encouraged to beshalawat to the Messenger of Allah at any time under any circumstances. These unsinsed times can be like on the go, while waiting, when resting and so on. This is so that the time we spend is not wasted. Allaah says:
“Surely Allah and his angels prayed to the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him). O you who have faith! Al Ahzab: 56)
10. On Friday Day and Night
The next best time to pray is on Friday days and nights.
The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) also said: “Multiply my blessings on Fridays and evenings. Because he who prays to me once, Allah will pray to him 10 times” (HR. Al-Bayhaqi, 3/249. Narrated by al-Albaani in Ash-Shahihah, 1407)
11. Every Ceremony
As already explained that every time can bring reward for the culprit when it is spent to always remember God and His Messenger. No exception when holding a ceremony. Said Ralulullah Saw:
It means: “There is no people sitting in a council, and they do not mention Allah and do not care for their Prophet, but suffer from deprivation, so if Allah wills, He will punish them, and if Allah wills, He will forgive them.”
12. When Trouble and Trouble Hit, its Best Times to Pray
Bershalawat to the Prophet SAW is not only done when we are beset by pleasure alone. But when we are afflicted with hardship and trouble, it is better to pray to him to be given ease by Allah SWT and get intercession from the Prophet Saw.
Such is the information about the best time to perform shalawat to the Prophet (s). Therefore, multiply the practice of worship in order to be awake from the Fire.