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Importance Of Ayat ul-Kursi

In the name of Allah the most gracious and merciful. The recitation of Ayat ul-Kursi will safeguard your children. The recitation of this Ayah will safeguard your home from theft. The recitation of Ayatul Kursi will ease the death. Ayatul Kursi along with Qul Surah's can be recited to safeguard from the evil eye. Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) said: "Whoever recites Ayat al-Kursi at the end of every obligatory prayer, nothing but death will prevent him from entering Paradise." [An-Nasa'i reported it, and Ibn Hibban graded it Sahih (authentic).

Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said: "Whoever recites Ha Mim Al-Mu'min - up to - To Him is the return (40:1-3) and Ayat Al-Kursi when he reaches (gets up in) the, he will be protected by them morning until the evening. And whoever recites them when he reaches the evening, he will be protected by them until the morning." (Tirmidhi:2879)

To summarize these gems, here is a recap of some of the benefits that we get when we constantly recite Ayat al-Kursi:

  • A person who recites Ayat al-Kursi after every obligatory salah will enter paradise if Allah wills.

  • Anyone who recites Ayat al-Kursi in the mornings and evenings will be protected from all forms of harm if Allah wills.

  • Whoever is afflicted with the evil eye or magic can be cured by the recitation of Ayat al-Kursi.

  • The recitation of Baqarah, the chapter that contains Ayat al-Kursi protects your home from shaytan.

If you haven’t already, these benefits are enough motivation to get any Muslim to make ayat al-Kursi a constant part of their supplication, their obligatory prayers, and bedtime routine, and even encourage the recitation at home so that every member of the family can benefit.

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