!Why We Pray
1-The Muslim observes his Prayers to show devotion
and obedience to Allah, because Prayer is one of the
greatest froms of worship that Allah likes His servants
2-To thank Him for creating us in the best from of
3-Because He has guided us to the Deen (Rrligion) of
4-Prayer is a chance for Muslim to express to his Lord
whatever he feels and needs through Divine Words of
Allah i.e. Al-Qur'an.
5-To remember his Lord and not forget His commands
amid life preoccupations.
6-To ask Allah (Exalted) to give him aid and continuous
guidance in the darkness of life.
7-To strengthen Love and Fear of Allah in the Muslim's
heart so that he might remain sticking to the Right
Path of Islam, and its laws and manners.
8-Gaining good rewards from Allah and having our sins
9-To rejoice when he finds himself on the Last Day
pleased with the great reward allotted to him in the
Gardens of Bliss.
10-Prayer is a unique training and developmental
programme which, if well and devotedly performed,
can achieve for Muslims many valuable physical,
ethical and spiritual gains such as cleanliness, health,
order, punctuality, brotherhood, equality, social