Easy Good Deeds in Islam Pt. 1

Good deeds are an essential part of practicing faith. It is a way of putting your beliefs into actions. It is a way to earn good, in hopes for paradise. Today, Karaz’s Mira is sharing the first part of this two part series from a fellow Muslim, on easy good deeds in Islam to do to get you one step further, God Willing.

Easy good deeds in Islam
  1. Sitting After Subuh Salah

“Whomsoever prays Al-Ghadaa (Fajr) in congregation, then sits remembering Allah until sunrise, then prays two rak’ats of Salah has a complete reward of Hajj and Umrah.” The Prophet SAW repeated the word ‘complete’ three times for emphasis. (TIRMIDHI)

  1. Praying the Twelve Sunnat Prayers Each Day

“Allah will build a house in Jannah for whomsoever that is diligent in observing 12 Sunnat Rak’ahs (as follows): 4 rak’ahs before and 2 after Dhuhr, 2 after the Maghrib, 2 after ‘Ishaa, and 2 before Fajr.” (TIRMIDHI)

  1. Attending Lectures In The Masjid

“Whomsoever goes to the Masjid not desiring except to learn or to teach what is good – has the reward of a pilgrim who completed his Hajj.” (TABRANI)

  1. Visiting A Sick Muslim

“There is no Muslim who visits a sick muslim early in the morning but 70 thousand Angels send blessings upon him until evening comes; and if he visits him (i.e. the sick person) in the evening, 70 thousand Angels send blessings upon him until morning comes; and he will have a Garden in Paradise.” (TIRMIDHI)

  1. Providing Food To Break The Fast

“Whomsoever provides food for breaking the fast of a fasting person – receives the reward of the fasting person, without the reward of the fasting person being reduced in any way.” (TIRMIDHI, IBN MAJAH)

This article expresses the opinion of the writer and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of Karaz