Best real life Tahajjud miracle stories

Tahajjud miracle stories! We are never alone. God is always with us and loves us. The feeling of loneliness is false. The main reason we forget God’s kindness is due to feeling alone when making decisions and facing challenging situations.

Why do we doubt God’s kindness? Why do we gradually forget it?

The testing environment in our lives often makes us feel lonely. We may think that God is distant and unresponsive, leading us to feel isolated.

In the story of Adam, God instructed him not to touch the forbidden tree but remained silent to see what he would do. Satan took advantage of Adam’s loneliness during this test.

As soon as Adam was alone, Satan tempted him by saying, “Shall I direct you to the ‘Tree of Eternity’ and a kingdom which never decays?” (Surah Taha – 120)

Adam momentarily forgot God’s kindness and felt alone, which led to disobedience: “Adam disobeyed his Lord.” (Surah Taha – 120)

From this sense of loneliness, we can reach a point where we feel unloved and question God’s presence. However, God is always with us. He responds, “I’m standing back a little to see how you pass your life tests.”

He overlooked God and believed he was solitary. From this sense of solitude, we arrive at the realization that we feel unloved. “I am with you every moment of the day.”

“Where are You, God?”

He responds, “I am stepping back a little to observe how you confront the trials of life.” Why do we overlook God’s Benevolence?

Because God leaves us alone in the testing field to see what we will do, we think we’re alone and ruin it. We think we’ve lost our Patron and ruined it.

Why don’t we depend on His Benevolence? Why do we forget His Benevolence? Because God has placed us in a situation that leads us to believe that we are alone. Are we truly alone? Has God deserted us?

You can’t claim you tried everything if you never got up in the last third of the night to ask Allah (ﷻ) for it.

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Tahajjud has never failed me

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Every night Allah (ﷻ) descends to the lowest heavens, and calls out, calling out saying, Who is there seeking forgiveness? It is the time when the 3rd of the night remains.

Who is there seeking forgiveness so I can give?
Who is there repenting so I can accept?
Who is there asking me about their needs so I can give?

If you look carefully at the Hadith, there is no precondition of having fulfilled Tahajjud, and it is an open invitation from Allah (ﷻ) to say you want to seek forgiveness. Here I am; you want to repent? Here I am. Do you want to ask me anything?

Tahajjud Namaz is the best connection between the creator and the creature.

There is a narration from Prophet Muhammad () that the first thing that will take you towards ALLAH (ﷻ) is Silence, meaning the one who speaks less is successful.

When the Prophet went on the Mai’raj, he saw that the people who spoke the least were the best among them.

Luqman (a) was asked how he became wise, and he said by speaking less. The one who speaks less, Allah (ﷻ) blessed that individual with wisdom and essence. When Ayatollah Bahjat (r) used to reside in Najaf, someone had told his father that he goes to a particular place and prays long Tahajjud prayers.

His teachers used to say he would recite Dua Jawshan, Dua Kumayl, and Dua Abu Hamza in the Qunoot of the Witr prayer. We can barely pray Tahajjud or recite these magical Duas in a month or so, let alone recite them in the Qunoot of Witr.

Tahajjud prayer for spiritual excellence

Ayatollah Qadhi use to say that till date, I have neither heard about a person nor I have seen a person who has reached the height of excellence without praying Tahajjud prayer. He said that he does not know any such person. It means that no one can attain a high status in the hereafter (aalam-e-Barzakh).

Even if a person is to reach heaven he would find himself on the lower levels if he is not regular at praying Tahajjud. Tahajjud Salah has 11 Raka’at if one cannot pray 11 raka’at, then he should pray 3 Raka’at and if he cannot even pray that, he should pray at least 1 Raka’at so he can be counted among those praying Tahajjud

Story of Abdul’s life after Tahajjud

Once upon a time, in a small village, there lived a young boy named Abdul. Despite being bright and curious, Abdul often found himself struggling with inner turmoil and anxiety. His restless nights were filled with worries about the future and regrets from the past.

One evening, Abdul’s grandmother enlightened him about the significance of Tahajjud Namaz. She explained that during those hours, Allah’s (ﷻ) mercy and blessings descend upon the earth, offering peace and tranquility to those who seek it. Inspired by his grandmother’s words, Abdul decided to give it a try that very night.

As he recited the verses of the Quran during Tahajjud, he felt a profound connection and a sense of inner peace washing over him. In those precious moments, Abdul poured out his heart to Allah (ﷻ), sharing his fears, anxieties, and regrets.

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He realized that he was not alone and that Allah (ﷻ) was listening and compassionate. As he continued to pray, Abdul felt a tremendous burden lifted from his shoulders, replaced by hope and optimism.

From that day on, Abdul made Tahajjud a regular part of his routine, not just during times of distress, but as a means to stay connected to his creator.

Can we change destiny through Tahajjud? Agha Panahian

“Can we affect our destiny?” Yes. For example, you can pray. But, if the determining factor allows, your prayer will be answered. If that determining factor doesn’t allow, your prayer won’t be answered, even if you’re a good person.

“Can I do good deeds and affect my destiny? For example, if I give charity, will a hardship be eliminated?” Yes, you can. But, there is a determining factor. That factor should permit charity to eliminate this hardship, which was going to occur. If it doesn’t allow, it won’t be eliminated. “So, why do they say charity eliminates 70 hardships?”

Yes, it eliminates 70 hardships, but there is a condition. “If I do good deeds, for example visit my family, will my problems lessen and my sustenance increase? Will my sustenance increase with recitations (dhikr)?” Yes, these are effective, but on one condition. The determining factor, which is the most effective determining factor for our destinies, should allow it.

If it doesn’t allow it, no matter how much you repeat recitations, your sustenance will be added somewhere else. For example, it will be given to your child, or you’ll receive it in the Hereafter, or they’ll give you something else.

That determining factor should allow it. That effective factor, which is the most effective factor in divine decrees, is divine testing and trials. We have been created so that we may be tested in this world. God has not resolved on giving hardships to His servants, unless the determining factor demands this.

God has not resolved on giving comfort to His servants, unless the determining factor demands this. God has not resolved on giving an opportunity to His servants, unless the determining factor demands this.

God is not resolved on taking away opportunities from His servants, unless the determining factor demands this. All of your moments and your destiny – from any angle you look at it – are under the influence of testing, the determining factor. “God, grant me a good spouse.” “Is he a good person for his prayers to always be accepted?” “No, but he pleaded a lot this time. Accept his prayer.” “Put it in the testing system first.”

“The testing system says he is supposed to be tested with a bad spouse.” “So, write the reward for this praying for him, and give him a bad spouse.” “God, wait. I want to explain something.” “What explanation do you want to give?!” Does God give sustenance to people?

Yes. But He keeps some people poor? Yes. When He gives sustenance to some and doesn’t give it to others, that is their test. What is testing? Aha! It looks like we are gradually understanding some things. Our life in this world is based on testing.

“It is He who has created death and life to put you to the test” [Surah Al-Mulk – 2]

It is for you to be tested. You have come into this world to be tested. What is the most determining factor in our destiny?

Tests. “So, can our prayers have an effect?

Yes, you can change your certain destiny with praying, but if the testing system allows. But most people don’t know what the questions and answers are and what is happening.

Living with God is so captivating. It’s enthralling. He’s testing you in each moment. Like a coach for ping-pong, He’s standing on the other side and wants to train you to reach the level of the national team. He’s a professional coach.

You see, He smashes the ball into one side three times. This means your right side is weak. You should strengthen it. He plans. Then, He smashes it into the middle. He hits it softly. This means you can’t hit these balls, but you should hit them.

Be captivated. Do your own duty! Why do you want to know about destinies? You want this and that to be changed, and you keep giving your opinion about them.

God is your coach about destinies! For example, the divine testing system now says this good servant, who usually prays the midnight prayer, the angels should keep asleep and not let him get up to pray. The angels say, “But God, actually he’s a good person. Let him pray and grow! He is motivated too. It’s Muharram and winter time with long nights.

He can move forward. Why keep him asleep? He really struggled to be able to stay up these nights. The religious speakers motivate people to pray the midnight prayer. Now, you’re telling us to keep him asleep?!” God replies, “My testing system says he shouldn’t pray now. The testing system says if he wakes up, his test will be ruined.” Why?


  • Arish Husain

    Assalam Alaikum beautiful people! someone who loves Prophet Muhammad and his family a lot. I like finding new ways to teach important stuff, so everyone can understand what Allah wants from us and His plans. We learn to listen for whispers from Allah, understand big plans, get ready for whatever Allah has for us, and try our best. I hope Allah's blessings guide us on this special journey.Allah hu Akbar!

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