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What to Supplicate for your Host

What to Supplicate for your Host (214)
`Abdullăh bin Busr said: The Messenger stayed as a guest with my father. He said: We,, thus brought close to him some food and "watbatan"(228), thus he ate from it, then, he was brought some dates, he would eat of them, and put seeds between his two fingers, bringing together his index and middle finger, then he was brought some drink, so he drank it, then he handed it to the person sitting to his right. He said: Then my father said as he took the bridle of his beast of burden: Petition Allah for us, so he said: 'Allăhumma bărik lahum fee mă razaqtahum, waghfir lahum, warhamhum.(229)

O' mu ilăh bestow blessing for them in that which You have provided them, and forgive them, and have mercy on them.


Reported by Muslim and is #151 in The Authentic of Good Sayings.

What to Supplicate for your Host (215)
It is reported by way of 'Anas that the Prophet came to Sa`d bin `Ubădata , Then he brought some bread and oil [to the Prophet ], so he ate, the the Prophet said: 'Aftara `indakum 'as-să'imoona, wa 'akala ta`ămakumu 'al-abrăru, wa sallat `alaykum 'al-mală'ikatu.(230)

May the fasting people break their fast at your place, and may the revering [pious] people eat your food, and may the Angels ask Allah to send His grace and Honor upon you.


Reported by 'Abu Dăwood a and others. Al-Albăni said it was of sound ascription, and he included it in The Authentic of Good Sayings as #152.

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