99 names of Allah will try to be understood 99 days before Ramadan through the project started by Jenny Molendyk Divleli with the hashtag #99namesproject2022. The goal of the project shared by Jenny Molendyk on her Instagram account is to understand, learn, and repeat one of the names of Allah each day until Ramadan. Showing the effort is so meaningful, both in terms of getting together as a family in such an event and teaching children the beautiful names of Allah.
Alhamdulillah, we have reached lots of people on this path and we have already completed the fifth week of the process. We hope the week was beneficial for everyone. So, let’s look at what we did during the week.
99 Names of Allah in 99 Days Fifth Week Summary, we studied the names of Allah, Al-Hakam, Al-Adl, Al-Lateef, Al-Khabir, Al-Halim, Al-Azeem, Al-Ghafoor. For those who missed some days or want to repeat them, we have compiled the works that we have worked on this week. Then we can start.
Day 29: Al-Hakam
Meaning: The Impartial Judge
The Arbitrator, The Judge, The Giver of Justice.
Allah is Al-Hakam (in Arabic: ٱلْحَكَمُ), The Giver of Justice. His judgment, once rendered, cannot be thwarted. He always delivers justly in every situation and never makes a mistake. He is the best of judges.
Make the dua below and reflect on the meaning of Al-Hakam!
Read the article below today to understand Allah’s Justice!https://aboutislam.net/reading-islam/understanding-islam/5-names-to-understand-gods-justice/
How does Allah judge our good deeds and bad deeds? Let’s learn it together through the video below as well as learning the meaning of Al-Hakam!
Day 30: Al-Adl
Meaning : The Embodiment of Justice
The Just, The One who is entitled to do what He does.
Allah is Al-Adl (in Arabic: ٱلْعَدْلُ), The one who rectifies and sets matters straight in a just and equitable manner. He always delivers absolute justice through His wisdom without failure. He gives each what he deserves and puts everything in its proper order.
Make the dua below and reflect on the meaning of Al-Adl today! Try to make this dua anytime you go somewhere!
Let’s explore the Justice in the Quran and how it is more than just low through the article below!
Watch the iconic speech of Hamza Tzortzis about justice related to the beautiful name Al-Adl!
Day 31: Al-Lateef
Meaning :The Knower of Subtleties
The Subtle One, The Gracious, The One who is kind to His servants and endows upon them.
Allah is Al-Lateef. The most gentle and gracious to people and cares for them, although they may be oblivious to his acts. His nature is kind, affectionate, and understanding of the subtle details of individual circumstances. His actions are so subtle that they can not be observable or understood. He does things for you that you will never know. This is the name of Allah سُبْحَٰنَهُۥ وَتَعَٰلَىٰ to call when asking for help through hardship.
Make the dua below and reflect on the meaning of Al-Lateef!
Read the article below to understand the meaning of Al-Lateef!https://yaqeeninstitute.org/read/paper/the-sublimely-subtle-allahs-name-al-latif
Watch the video below to see how kind and subtle Allah is and to get to know Him more! Don’t forget to think about the other attributes we’ve learned through the journey that is mentioned in the video as well!
Day 32: Al-Khabir
Meaning : The All-Acquainted, The One who knows the truth of things.
Allah is Al-Khabeer. The Knower of reality, The One whose knowledge is comprehensive, knowing the qualities and meanings of all things. He knows and understands the most hidden secrets. He is All-Aware and All-Acquainted. The One who knows the truth in every situation.
Make the dua below and reflect on the meaning of Al-Khabir!
Let’s read the article below to better understand the name Al-Kabir!https://questionsonislam.com/article/al-khabir-all-aware
Allah is the All-Aware. In order to apply the name to our lives trying to gain self-awareness and watch the video below to see how!
Day 33: Al-Halim
Meaning :The Clement One
The Forbearing, The All Magnanimous. The One who delays the punishment for those who deserve it as He may forgive them.
Allah is Al-Haleem (also spelt Al-Halim), the most serene, kind and gentle. He does not punish people for every sin. He tolerates and is most gracious and merciful. He is ever calm and deliberate, never acting hastily, even with the wrongdoers. He gives us the opportunity to learn and be kind.
Make the Dua below and try to apply the name to your daily life repeating the name “Ya Halim”!
Let’s read the article below in order to apply the name to our daily lives!
Allah is The Forbearing and he loves forbearance. Watch the video below related to it!
Day 34: Al-Azeem
Meaning :The Magnificent One
The Great One, The Mighty, The Tremendous. He is the One deserving the attributes of Exaltment, Glory, Extolement, and Purity from all imperfection.
Make the dua below and say the name 100 times today reflecting on it!
The article below will help you interiorize the meaning of the Almighty!https://yaqeeninstitute.org/read/paper/the-case-for-allahs-existence-in-the-quran-and-sunnah
Watch the videos below to understand the meaning of the beautiful name Al-Azeem!
Day 35: Al-Ghafoor
Meaning : The All-Forgiving
The All-Forgiving, The Forgiving, The One who forgives a lot.
Allah سُبْحَٰنَهُۥ وَتَعَٰلَىٰ is Al-Ghafoor (in Arabic: ٱلْغَفُورُ), He is The One who completely forgives our sins and faults. His forgiveness is unlimited, and He is all compassionate. He is most high; His forgiveness extends to all who turn to him in humility and seek repentance.
Read the hadith below and try to wake up for tahajjud today! Ask Allah for forgiveness and tell him struggles you face, ask for His Mercy and help because He is the Forgiving, He is the Almighty, He is the Merciful!
Abu Huraira reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “Our Lord Almighty descends to the lowest heaven in the last third of every night, saying: Who is calling upon Me that I may answer him? Who is asking from Me that I may give him? Who is seeking My forgiveness that I may forgive him?”Sahih al-Bukhari 1145, Sahih Muslim 758
We believe that Allah is the All-Forgiving but how to ask Him for forgiveness? Let’s read the article below and learn it!https://yaqeeninstitute.org/roohi-tahir/how-do-i-ask-allah-for-forgiveness
Watch the videos below in order to comprehend the meaning of Al-Ghafoor and His forgiveness!