Powerful Dua For Parents

Parental love is beautiful because it’s the only kind of love that is truly pure, forgiven, and doesn’t depend on anything. People need to love us.

It is impossible for a child to love their parents the way they loved them thoroughly. We shouldn’t give up even though we know we can never fully repay this.

To remember them daily by saying their names in our duas is one of the best ways to repay them. Also, it’s essential to know that as kids, we are a kind of sadaqah jariyah (ongoing kindness) for our parents.

Remembering to use good judgment, follow proper adab (etiquette), or help others will bring gifts to our parents for what they taught us. This is God’s kindness, according to the Quran.

Hopefully, by the end of this article, you will know some beautiful duas from the Qur’an that you can say every day to wish your parents health, happiness, and a long life.

Dua For Parents to Forgive You

This first dua is from verse 24 of Surah Al-Isra.

Almighty declares in Surah Al-Isra,

And, in a gesture of kindness, lower your wing of humility toward them and say, “My Lord, have mercy upon them as they raised me [when I was] small.”

Transliteration: Rabbi Irhamhuma Kama Rabbayanee Shageera 

Dua For Parent’s Forgiveness

This Dua comes from Surah Nuh Verse 28 and asks for forgiveness.

Transliteration: Rabbi Ghfir Lee named it “waliwalidayyawaliman dakhala baytiya mu/minan walilmu/mineena walmu/minatiwala tazidi aththalimeena illatabaran.”

Please forgive me, my parents, and anyone who comes into my house who is a believer. Forgive the believing men and women as well. And don’t make the bad guys worse unless you destroy them first.

Dua for Parents & Entire

In addition to pleading for your parents’ pardon, this dua also asks for the forgiveness of the entire Muslim community.

Transliteration: Rabbana ghfir li wa li wallidayya wa lil Mu’mineena yawma yaqumul hisaab’s 

Interpretation: “Our Lord! Please pardon my parents, myself, and all believers on the Day of the reckoning. Ibrahim’s Surah, verse 41

Dua For Parent’s Happiness

In verse 15 of Surah Al-Ahqaf:

In addition, We told the man to treat his parents well. His mother had a hard time carrying him and giving birth to him. It took thirty months for him to be born and weaned. He gets bigger until he is an adult and forty years old, at which point he says,

RabbiawziAAnee an ashkura niAAmataka allatee anAAamta AAalayya waAAalawalidayya waan aAAmala salihan tardahuwaaslih lee fee thurriyyatee innee tubtuilayka wa-innee mina almuslimeen

The English translation of this dua is: “My Lord, help me be thankful for the favor You have shown my parents and me, and help me do good things that You will approve of and make good for my children.” “Truly, I have turned back to You, and truly, I am a Muslim.”

This Dua doesn’t just ask your parents to forgive you; it also asks you to forgive yourself and your children.

Powerful Dua For Parents

Dua For Parent’s Health And Long Life

It can be challenging to watch someone you care about get sick. Being there for them and letting them know they’re not alone is the best thing you can do.

According to Sahih Muslim hadith #2202, this is what Prophet Muhammad (ⷺ) did:

As Uthman b, Abu al-‘As Al-Thaqafi said, he told Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ) about the pain in his body that he was feeling when he became a Muslim. Then Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ) told them to put their hand on the part of their body that hurts and say “Bismillah” (in the name of Allah) three times. They also said, “A’udhu billahi wa qudratihi min sharri ma ajidu wa uhadhiru” (I seek refuge with Allah and His Power from the evil that I see and fear).

Additionally, ‘Aa’ishah (may Allah be happy with her) told another hadith.

Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) would say this to sick people when he visited them or when they came to him.

“Adhhib al-ba’s Rabb an-naas, wa’shfi anta al-Shaafi, laa shifaa’a illa shifaa’uka shifaa’an laa yughaadir saqaman”

If you are the Healer, you are the only one who can heal and leave no sign of sickness. Take away the pain, Lord of all people. As told by al-Bukhaari in 5351 and Muslim in 2191.

Be Kind to Your Parents When They Are Available

“Everyone will experience death”

This verse from Surah Imran is powerful. It’s a warning that we will all die one day. The thought of it can be scary, which is one reason why some people try not to think about it. But it can also be very freeing.

Try this little mental practice. When you’re with family or friends next, remember that this could be the last time you see any of them.

You might think that will lead to sadness or is very sick, but I don’t think it is. Many people don’t think much about their lives because they think tomorrow will be the same as today. We all know this isn’t true, though. Your brother, sister, mom, or dad can and will die.

Unfortunately, that’s the truth.

It’s possible that we would value life in the present more if we could briefly remember our death at every moment. I also think we would be more patient and kind. For example, if someone insults you, would you take it as personally if you didn’t see things that way? You can avoid making a hasty decision when you can step back and look at the bigger picture.

Another benefit is that you’re always in the present, so when the time comes for a close friend or family member to die, we can be glad that we didn’t take it for granted. We tried to get every lesson we could from that moment. Do not get me wrong, it will still be hard to grieve, but at least you won’t have to deal with regrets that last a long time.

Three Concluding Verses From the Quran About Parents

Honor Allah, and don’t connect anything else with Him. Also, be kind to your parents. (Ayah 36 of Surah An-Nisa)

You must only worship your Lord and be kind to your parents, as He has told you. If either gets old while they are with you, don’t even mildly reprimand or push them away. Instead, say something good to them. Bring down the wing of humility out of pity for them and tell them, “My Lord, have mercy on them because they raised me when I was little.” (Ayat 23 and 24 in Surah Al-Isra)

Finally, keep in mind that “truly, the life of this world is nothing but a (short) enjoyment, and truly, the Hereafter is the home that will last forever.” (Ayah 39 of Surah Ghafir)

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