Rizak Ki Dua | 2024

“Tarika of Seeking Dua: Allah’s command is to strive for livelihood, giving equal importance to the obligatory actions. In life, there is a struggle between doubt and certainty; therefore, engage in righteous deeds promptly and fear the sudden arrival of death, as the return of age is not easily attainable. The strength of Salah and adherence to Islamic laws contribute to an increase in sustenance.”

Certainly, it is evident that uncertainty prevails, and assurance has been disrupted. It appears as though what is promised to you has become obligatory, while what was mandated for you has been withdrawn. Therefore, strive towards virtuous deeds and fear the unexpected arrival of death. Unlike livelihood, the revival of age is uncertain, making it crucial to seize the opportunities for goodness now. Missed opportunities in livelihood today can be hoped for and increased tomorrow, but what is lost in age yesterday cannot be regained today.


Enhance Your Dua for Rizq:

  1. Sincerity: Approach your supplication with unwavering sincerity and faith in Allah’s capacity to provide. Trust in His ability to answer your prayers and believe that He knows what is best for you.
  2. Repentance: Seek forgiveness for any sins or errors that may hinder the acceptance of your dua. Repentance and rectifying our actions purify our hearts, making our supplications more likely to be accepted.
  3. Consistency and Perseverance: Maintain a consistent practice of making dua for rizq, whether in times of abundance or during challenges. Allah values persistent supplication and rewards those who remain steadfast in their prayers.
  4. Gratitude: Cultivate a sense of gratitude for the blessings you already possess. Regardless of the scale, express appreciation for the rizq you receive. Gratitude attracts more blessings and opens doors for increased provision.


The Hadith about Prophet Dawud exemplifies the concept of self-reliance. It highlights his practice of consuming only what he earned through manual labor, emphasizing the dignity and virtue of self-sufficiency.

In the pursuit of sustenance, Islam provides believers with duas (supplications) to recite for Allah’s blessings and guidance. These prayers serve as a means to seek Allah’s favor in earning a halal livelihood and maintaining a healthy perspective on wealth.

Anticipation is reserved for the future, while the past brings only regret. Therefore, “fear Allah as He ought to be feared and do not die until you are (true) Muslim” (Qur’an 3:102).

Adhering to the timely performance of all Salat and following the divine laws at www.Islamic-laws.com can enhance sustenance.

Additionally, the Tasbih of Fatima Zehra (sa), recommended by Prophet Muhammad (saw) for his daughter, is a potent practice. Reciting it, with the intention of seeking sustenance, before leaving home, starting a business, or commencing work, involves saying “Allah o Akbar” 34 times, “Alhumdolillah” 33 times, and “Subhanallah” 33 times. Imam Ja’far ibn Muhammad al-Sadiq (as) emphasized that consistent recitation after the morning prayer until sunrise is more fruitful for acquiring sustenance than a month of business. (Reference: Makarimul Akhlaq,

Invoke the intercession of Lady Khadija (sa) to overcome sustenance challenges, as her wealth contributed to the Prophet’s (saws) prosperity.

Follow the practice of greeting (Salam) upon entering your home and reciting Surah Tawheed, as advised by the Messenger of Allah (s.a.w.s) to alleviate poverty and financial constraints.

Recite the Tasbih of Fatima Zehra (sa) after each prayer, involving “Allah o Akbar” 34 times, “Alhumdolillah” 33 times, and “Subhanallah” 33 times, with the intention of seeking sustenance.

Imam Ja’far ibn Muhammad al-Sadiq (as) emphasized the effectiveness of reciting certain words after morning prayers for acquiring sustenance.

Recitation of specific verses, such as “لاَ اِلٰهَ اِلاَّ اللهُ الْمَلِكُ الْحَقُّ الْمُبِيْنُ” and istighfar, along with verses 65:2-3, is recommended for increasing sustenance and addressing important affairs.

Regularly recite five sentences as a Dua from Lady Fatima (sa), including appeals for well-being, goodness, and the strength of Allah.

In summary, these practices and supplications aim to seek Allah’s blessings and intercession through various means, emphasizing gratitude, reliance on Allah, and adherence to virtuous actions for sustenance and prosperity.

Developing a healthy relationship with money in Islam involves considering three key aspects: how it is obtained, one’s attitude towards it, and how it is used.


1. How You Obtained It:
Earning money is not discouraged in Islam, but the means by which it is acquired must adhere to halal principles. Fairness and justice are emphasized in buying and selling. The Quran warns against cheating for small gains, emphasizing accountability in the Hereafter. Hadiths also stress the importance of honesty and generosity in transactions.

2. How You Feel About Money:
The pursuit of wealth should not surpass the practice of faith. Excessive love for money and deriving pleasure solely from its acquisition is considered haram. The Quran cautions against being deluded by worldly possessions and forgetting that success is ultimately granted by Allah. Pride in wealth is discouraged, and humility is emphasized.

3. How You Spend Your Wealth:
Financial success is tested in how one chooses to spend wealth. Giving zakat (charity) is considered a virtuous act. The Prophet encourages charity, highlighting the significance of helping those under one’s care. Importantly, generosity is not limited to financial means, as even a smile or small acts of kindness are considered charitable.

Importance of Self-Reliance:
The Quran emphasizes self-reliance and personal development. The concept that Allah will not change a people’s condition until they change themselves underscores the importance of personal growth. Earning through hard work is valued, and self-sufficiency is encouraged. Various hadiths emphasize the dignity and fulfillment that comes from earning through one’s own efforts.

In summary, a balanced and healthy relationship with money in Islam involves acquiring it through halal means, maintaining humility and gratitude, and using it for both personal well-being and charitable purposes. Self-reliance and hard work are encouraged, recognizing that personal growth and positive change start from within.



In conclusion, a holistic understanding of Islam’s teachings on wealth involves recognizing the importance of self-reliance, adopting a fair and ethical approach to financial matters, and incorporating prayers for sustenance into one’s daily life. This comprehensive approach fosters a balanced and responsible attitude towards money in accordance with Islamic principles.

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