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The Privileges of the Second 10 Days of the Month of Ramadan with Prayers and Practices


The Privileges of the Second 10 Days of the Month of Ramadan 


The privilege of the second 10 days of Ramadan is no less great than the first and last 10 days. As is well known, there are three phases of Ramadan in which Allah SWT forgives.


These three phases are the first 10 days, the second 10 days, and the last 10 days. In the beginning, there is mercy, in the middle there is forgiveness, and finally, there is deliverance from the fire of hell.


You should not waste the privilege of the second 10 days of Ramadan. Moreover, on the second 10 days, Allah SWT has opened the door of forgiveness as wide as possible for his people who pray and ask for forgiveness.



At this moment, it is the right time to multiply prayers and ask forgiveness for the sins you have committed. In addition to fasting, multiply remembrance, read the Qur'an, give charity, and do other practices.


Here Muslimcreed summarizes from various sources, Thursday (15/4/2021) the privileges of the second 10 days of Ramadan.


The Privileges of the Second 10 Days of the Month of Ramadan

Prayers are answered by Allah SWT


One of the privileges of the second 10 days of Ramadan is that prayers are granted by Allah SWT. From Abu Hurairah Radhiyallahu 'Anhu, where said that the Messenger of Allah said:


"The beginning of the month of Ramadan is Grace, the middle is Maghfirah, and finally 'Itqun Minan Nar (liberation from hellfire)."


The second 10 days of Ramadan are the best days to pray for the good of this world and the hereafter. Because on those days Allah SWT gives pleasure to answering prayers for His servants. Because the most efficacious time for prayer to be answered is in the month of Ramadan.


Awaken from Worldly Temptations


Carrying out a series of worship in the month of Ramadan in the second 10 days means that the person can resist and distance himself from excessive worldly temptations. Worldly temptations are meant to be concerned with worldly affairs rather than worship.


For example, chatting with friends with the excuse of breaking the fast together. Another example is not performing tarawih prayers because they are busy preparing for Eid. Therefore you must have strong faith.


The Form of Gratitude


Carrying out fasting is proof that humans are grateful because not everyone is given the blessing of getting the age and opportunity to carry out the worship of Ramadan in the second 10 days.


Worshiping Allah SWT is accompanied by an intention in the form of refraining from everything that invalidates the fast from the time of the dawn of Sadiq to the setting of the sun (as-Syarhul Mumti 'ala Zaadil Mustaqni '(6/298).


The Privileges of the Second 10 Days of the Month of Ramadan

Getting Great Rewards


"O you who believe, fasting is obligatory upon you as it was prescribed for those before you so that you may become pious" (Q.S Al-Baqoroh: 183).


The Apostle and his companions and all the believers in the past have been carrying out the worship of Ramadan. Therefore, those who practice it also get a great reward for following the example of the Messenger who is loved by Allah.


Istikamah Form


Being able to carry out worship in the second 10 days is certainly an enjoyment of faith and guidance from Allah because not everyone can do it. The virtue of Tekamah in worship in the month of Ramadan has an extraordinary reward.


Moreover, if the person can carry out a complete series of Ramadan fasting, it is a manifestation that the person has a sense of istikamah. Because worship must be carried out solely for the sake of Allah with the intention of the hereafter. The reward of istikamah worship is an unbroken reward from Allah.


Preventing immorality


"Every command in the Qur'an must contain goodness, benefit, luck, benefit, beauty, and blessing. While every prohibition in the Qur'an must contain loss, destruction, destruction, ugliness," (excerpted from Tafsir Ibn Kathir (1/200).


Worship in the second 10 days of Ramadan will be a way to prevent immorality by doing a lot of good.


Ease in this world and the Hereafter


As stated in the 184th verse of Surah Al-Baqoroh,


"(on) certain days. Whoever is sick or traveling, then replace it on another day. For those who are able, then he pays fidyah to feed the poor. Whoever with a willing heart does good deeds (pays the excess), then that is better for him. And fasting is better for you if you knew."


Fasting in the second 10 days of Ramadan is easy for those who are sincere, for those who are unable to make up for it on another day and will still get the same reward as during Ramadan.


Practices and Prayers for the Second 10 Days of the Month of Ramadan

The Practice of the Second 10 Days of the Month of Ramadan


- Reciting Al-Qur'an. This practice is the main practice in the month of Ramadan. From Ibn Mas'ud, Rasulullah SAW said, "Whoever reads a letter from Allah's Book, for him one good deed, and one good deed is rewarded ten times. I did not say that alif lam mim is one letter; but pi alif one letter, lam one letter, and I'm one letter "(HR. At-Tirmidhi)


- Qiyamul Lail. As mentioned in a hadith, whoever establishes the night prayer during the month of Ramadan, then his sins will be forgiven. He is like a newborn.


- Alms. Giving charity is a form of obedience of a servant to Allah SWT and also a form of concern for others.


- Feeding the fasting person. In the words of Rasulullah SAW, "Whoever feeds a fasting person, then for him a reward like the fasting person, without reducing the reward of the fasting person in the slightest" (HR. Ahmad)




Prayers for the Second 10 Days of Ramadan


On the second 10 days of Ramadan, you can pray and ask Allah's forgiveness by reciting the following prayer after the prayer:


Allahummagfirli dzunuubi ya robbal 'alamiin.


It means:


ya Allah, my Lord, forgive my sins, ya Lord, the Creator of the Universe.

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