The Islamic prophet Mohammed used hard and heavy armor for protecting his body in the war. Because of the tightness of his armor, his body was injured. According to Muslims, during the war, the angel Jibra'il Gabriel came and brought him a message from God, teaching prayer to Muhammad to protect him from bad events. Your God conveys his salutations to you and has said to take this coat of armor and to recite it as this is a protection for you and your Ummah. The context of the prayer was written by Ali ibn Husayn Zayn al-Abidin and came to him from his great grandfather Muhammad by word of mouth. The Jawshan Kabir prayer contains parts.
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Their references are. Abbas Qummi Ansariyan Publications. The files you find here are NOT IN the Public domain, and the copy rights of the files still remain with the above author. It was in one of the wars that the Prophet had taken part in which he had a very heavy and expensive coat of armor on to protect himself. It is related that the coat was so heavy that it was hurting the body of the Prophet. Your Lord conveys his salutations to you and has said to take this coat of armor Jawshan and to recite it as this is a protection for you and your Ummah.
At this point, the Angel continued to give the Prophet an explanation on the greatness of this supplication, which we will omit from here due to lack of space. However it suffices us to state that whoever reads this supplication with a pure intention in the BEGINNING of the month of Ramadhan, Allah will grant him sustenance on the Night of Power and will create for this person 70, Angels who will all be busy in the praising and glorification of Allah and will give this reward to the person who has read this supplication.
With this said, we see the greatness of the recitation of this supplication. In addition, it is mentioned that whoever reads this supplication three times during the month of Ramadhan, Allah will make the hell-fire forbidden on him and would make it obligatory for that person to go into Paradise. For such a person, Allah will also appoint two Angels to protect that person from all evils in this world and he would be in the protection of Allah for as long as he is alive. In the Name of Allah, the most Beneficent, the most Merciful.
O Provider in my hardship,. O Master of liberality and beneficence, O Most gracious and obliging, O Master of peace and security, O Most holy and above all defects, O Master of wisdom and manifestation, O Master of mercy and satisfaction, O Master of argument and proof, O Master of gradeur and sovereignty, O Master of kindness and succour, O Master of pardon and forgiveness.
Praise be to Thee, there is no god but Thee. O Friend of he who has no friend, O Physician of he who has no physician, O Responder to he who has no responder, O Affectionate One to he whom none holds in affection, O Friend of he who has no friend, O Helper of he who has no help, O Guide of he who has no guide, O Associate of the forlorn, O Merciful One towards he on whom no one has mercy, O Companion of he who has no companion.
O Sufficer for those who seek sufficiency, O Guide for those who seek guidance, O Protector for those who seek protection, O Granter for concession to those who seek concession, O Healer for those who seek cure, O Just One for those who seek justice, O Bestower of wealth for those who seek wealth, O Fulfiller [of promises] for those who seek fulfilment, O Granter of strength for those who seek strength, O Aider of those who seek aid. O Best recognized of all the recognized, O Best of all to be worshipped, O Greatest of those to whom thanks are due, O Most remembered of all who are remembered, O Most praiseworthy of all those who are praised, O Eternal Existent who is sought, O Highest of those who are praised, O Greatest of the purposes which are striven for, O Most liberal giver who is requested, O Noblest Friend who is known.
O He Whose Knowledge is eternal,. O He-listening to one individual does not prevent Him from listening to others simultaneously, O He-doing one thing does not prevent Him from doing other things simultaneously, O He-the speech of one person does not make Him needless of the simultaneous speech of others, O He-one request does not make Him forgetful of other requests, O He-the sight of one thing does not prevent Him from seeing other things simultaneously, O He-the plaintive cries of those who weep and lament do not bother Him, O He Who is the ultimate Aim of the efforts of saints, O He Who is the Goal of seekers, O He from Whom not a single particle in the worlds is hidden.
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