The virtue of Tarawih prayer in Ramadan

Allah’s Glory is to Him bestowed upon His servants in the month of Ramadan, as He has blessed them by making the standing of a Muslim behind the imam in Tarawih prayer equal to standing in prayer for a whole night. The Messenger peace be upon him said The Muslim should be keen to pray the nights of Ramadan in congregation behind the imam and to complete the prayer with the imam until the last rak’ah, as this necessitates obtaining the reward of performing the night’s prayer in congregation, even if he prays a little of the night alone, and the merit of this prayer is that it is a reason for forgiveness of the sins of the servant, the Prophet peace be upon him said prays Ramadan in faith and in the Whoever anticipation, His previous sins will be forgiven. What is meant by standing in Ramadan in the hadith is a prayer. The Virtue of Tarawih Prayers in the Last Ten Days The merit of worship in the last ten days of Ramadan is more certain than in others, and it is desirable for a Muslim to strive hard in the last ten days by performing acts of worship and praying qiyaam allyl, and in these nights a night is better than a thousand months It is Laylat al-Qadr, so it is desirable for a Muslim to adhere to the Tarawih prayer, which is part of the night prayers in the last ten days of Ramadan

A request for mercy and forgiveness from Allah the Highest The Prophet peace be upon him said Whoever observes Ramadan in faith and in anticipation, his previous sins will be forgiven. And upon him, peace be upon him, when the ten days came, he tightened his loins, lived the night, and woke up his family. The status of Taraweeh is among the supererogatory prayers that the congregation is required to do according to the Shafi’is and it is considered one of the confirmed Sunnis them. The Prophet peace be upon him was persevering in it, and he did not persevere in Tarawih. As for the Hanbalis, they believe that the best voluntary prayers are those that are prescribed in the congregation. Because it is similar to that of the obligatory duties, and the regular Sunnahs come after them in virtue, and some other supererogatory prayers are preferred over them, such as the two Eid prayers, the eclipse prayers, and the eclipse prayers because of the Prophet peace be upon him was keen on praying it and kept doing it, while he did not pray Taraweeh only three times

The Virtue of Tarawih Prayers in the Last Ten Days

The merit of worship in the last ten days of Ramadan is more certain than in others, and it is desirable for a Muslim to strive hard in the last ten days by performing acts of worship and praying qiyaam allyl, and in these nights a night is better than a thousand months It is Laylat al-Qadr, so it is desirable for a Muslim to adhere to the Tarawih prayer, which is part of the night prayers in the last ten days of Ramadan. A request for mercy and forgiveness from Allah the Highest The Prophet peace be upon him said

Whoever observes Ramadan in faith and in anticipation, his previous
sins will be forgiven. peace be upon him when the ten days came, he tightened his loins, lived the night, and woke up his family

The status of Taraweeh among the supererogatory prayers

Tarawih prayer is one of the confirmed supererogatory prayers according to the Malikis, and it is one of the supererogatory prayers that the congregation is required to do according to the Shafi’is, and it is considered one of the confirmed Sunnis according to them. The Prophet peace be upon him was persevering in it, and he did not persevere in Tarawih
As for the Hanbalis, they believe that the best voluntary prayers are those that are prescribed in the congregation. Because it is similar to that of the obligatory duties, and the regular Sunnahs come after them in virtue, and some other supererogatory prayers are preferred over them, such as the two Eid prayers, the eclipse prayers, and the eclipse prayers Because the Prophet peace be upon him was keen on praying it and kept doing it, while he did not pray Taraweeh only three times

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