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Calling Peace and Blessing on the Prophet Muhammed


O God, bestow blessings and peace, the best, the finest, the most pleasant, the most manifest, the purest, the most gracious, the most abundant, the mightiest, the greatest, the most honored, the most elevated, the most flourishing, the most prosperous, and the most subtle of your blessings, and the most sufficient, the most abundant, the most ample, the most exalted, the most sublime, and the most constant of Your peace; and as blessing and peace and mercy and good pleasure and forgiving and pardoning, in increase and continuity along with the rains coming down from the clouds as the favors of Your Generosity and Munificence, and in continuous multiplication along with the fine and exquisite bounties of Your Generosity and Benevolence; eternally, (beyond time and space), with no beginning and end, along with Your eternity—on Your servant, Your beloved, and Your Messenger, Muhammad, the best of Your creatures, the brightest light, the clearest and most decisive proof, the most profound ocean, the most comprehensive light, having shone grace and overwhelming majesty and superior perfection; bestow on him blessings through the grandeur of Your Being, and on his family and Companions, blessings, through which You may forgive our sins, open our breasts, purify our hearts, uplift our spirits, bless us, refine our memories and thoughts, remove the filth from our souls, cure us of our diseases, and open the locks on our hearts.


O God! Bestow blessings and peace and benedictions and honor on our master and lord, Muhammad, Your servant and Prophet and Messenger, the unlettered Prophet, and on his family and Companions and wives and descendants, and on all the other Prophets and Messengers, and on the angels made near unto You, and on the saints and the righteous: bestow on them the most excellent of blessings and the purest peace and the most abundant benedictions, to the number of the suras of the Qur’an, and its verses, and words and letters, and its meanings and indications and allusions and references, and forgive us, and have mercy on us and be gracious to us, our God, our Creator, for the sake of each of those blessings, through Your Mercy, O Most Merciful of the Merciful! And all praise be to God, the Lord of the Worlds. Amen.


This article has been adapted from Risale- i Nur Collection.