Allah said: Your Lord has commanded me to take Dua, I will accept your Dua. Allah says in an other verse.
When you’re done, stand up, means When you have finished praying, stand up for Dua. In an other verse When my servants ask you about me (Where is our Lord) So I’m definitely close. When a person ask me for “Dua”, I accept his “Dua”.
The commentators differ according to the revelation of this verse. Kalbi has narrated from Abu Saleh Ibn Abbas, That the Jews of Madinah had inquired from the Messenger of Allah When you say that there is a path of five hundred years from one heaven to another and the thickness of each heaven is also the same, then how does our Lord hear our “Dua”? Verses were revealed to him. Hassan Basri said that the Companions had asked the Messenger of Allah where is our Lord? These verses were revealed on this question. Qatadah said: When the verses were revealed, a man said: O Messenger of Allah! How and when should we ask our Lord for “Dua”? The above verses were revealed to him. Duhak said: That some of the Companions discovered from the Messenger of Allah!
Is our Lord near to speak to Him secretly or to call upon Him from afar? So Allah revealed the verses. People of Mani say: In that verse the condition of retribution is omitted, Destiny was like that:
“When my servants ask you about me, tell them or inform them that I am near”.
The people of Asharah and Marifat say that removing the connection between bondage and God is for the manifestation of power. “Response means obedience. Respond to me by obeying”. “Ajabat” in the dictionary means obedience and fulfillment of questions, Abu al-Rija Khurasani said, “Give me Dua.” Ajabat is supported by this Arabic saying. Meaning when water was asked from the sky, it rained, and when green was asked from the earth, it gave. So obedience is a gift from Allah and obedience is gift from the servant so that he may be guided. If the question is when the verses:
Dua and Promise So why do we find so many people’s unpopular.
The answer is that both verses will be explained and interpreted differently. Some people say that Dua refers to obedience and rewards. As if Allah said that when the servant obeys me, I will reward him. Some scholars have said that although the words of both the verses are common but the meaning is special. Allah said: Means: I accept Dua who ask me for Dua. If it is my will or when his Dua is in accordance with destiny or when he does not question the impossible or when accepting is better for him.
The omission of this condition is supported by the statement of Ali ibn Abi Mutawakil from the narration of Abu Sayyid that the Messenger of Allah said: When a Muslim seeks Dua from Allah and there is no question of termination of relationship or any sin. So, Allah surely gives him one of three things. “Either he gives his purpose immediately in this world or he keeps it in the hereafter or someone removes it from the evil to come”. The companions said: O Messenger of Allah! In such a case, we will do more Dua. He said, “Allah is very big.” Allah’s gift is too much. Some scholars have said: That verse is also common in terms of meaning. In the verses only the ablution of Dua is mentioned. Not to mention giving and fulfilling needs. Sometimes the master agrees with his slave and the father agrees with his son but does not grant his request. So there is definitely a need for Dua. The thing is, weird and weird news are these phrases and the news can’t be canceled, Otherwise, the manjar must be a liar and is pure and superior to Allah. There can be no incident against the news given by Allah. This commentary is supported by the hadeeth which was narrated by Nafi’ah on the authority of Abdullah ibn Amr that the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: For whom a door of Dua is opened, many doors of blessings are opened. Allah had sent a message to Prophet Dawood to tell the oppressors not to ask me for Dua. Because I have made it obligatory on me to obey and I obey the Dua of the oppressors in such a way that I curse them. It will take a long time for Allah to accept the Dua of the believer at that time. But he does this in order that the servant may call upon him and Allah may hear his voice.
This subject is indicated by the hadith narrated by Muhammad ibn Manqadir from Jabir ibn Abdullah that the Messenger of Allah said: That the servant remembers Allah and Allah loves him, then he says Jibreel should fulfill the need of this servant of mine but fulfill it late. I like to hear his voice. And if the servant seeks Dua from Allah and If Allah hates him, so he says, “I don’t like the voice of this man, I want him to be satisfied with his sincerity and he will be satisfied soon.” It is said that Yahya bin Syed said: I saw the Lord in a dream and said: O my Lord! How many Dua did I ask of you and you do not accept, Allah said! John, I like your voice. Some people say that there are certain etiquettes and conditions of medicine on which obedience and success depend. The person who takes care of them and completes them is popular. And whoever abandons them or does something wrong with them, the method goes away from Dua. It is narrated that Ibrahim bin Adham asked someone, Why do we seek Dua from Allah? But he does not accept, He said: You know the Messenger but do not follow his way, You know the Qur’an but do not follow it, You eat of the bounties of Allah, but you do not give thanks to Him. You know Paradise, but you do not seek it. You confess Hell but do not fear it, You know the devil, but you do not confront him, Rather, you adapt to it, knowing death but not preparing for it, You bury the dead but do not learn, You have given up the idea of your own faults and are engaged in the fault of people.