Pearl of Wisdom

with regards to Allah's verse: 'Read your book! Today your soul suffices as your own reckoner, said, 'The servant will be reminded of everything that he had done and that was recorded against him, as if he had done it that very hour, and because of that they will say, Woe to us! What a book this is ! It omits nothing, big or small, without enumerating it?!'

Imam Ja'far ibn Muhammad al-Sadiq [as]
Tafsir al-'Ayyashi, v. 2, p. 328, no. 35

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Question : #412 Category: Salaat / Prayers
Subject: Praying before the schedule time
Question: Salaam,
Can we pray earlier then the schedule, and or is there circumstances when we can pray earlier?
Answer: A person can start offering prayers only when be becomes certain that the time has set in or when two just (Adil) persons inform that the time has set in. In fact, one can rely upon the Adhan, or on advice of a person who knows the timings and is reliable.

So one cannot perform their prayers earlier.

There are rulings that allow a delay in the time of prayer such that if a person cannot be certain about the Prime time for prayers due to a personal handicap like blindness or general hindrances like dust or clouds he should delay the prayer till such time when he feels sure that the time has set in.

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