Pearl of Wisdom

'Allah brought death to the prophet Irmiya' who looked at the ruins of Jerusalem and its surroundings when Nebuchadnezzar invaded it. He said, 'How will Allah revive this after its death?!' So Allah made him die for a hundred years, then He resurrected him. He looked at his organs and how they came together and how they became covered in flesh, and at his limbs and veins and how they were connected together. When he sat upright he said, 'I know that Allah has power over all things'.

Imam Ja'far ibn Muhammad al-Sadiq [as]
al-Ihtijaj, v. 2, p. 230, no. 223

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Letter 15 Whenever Imam Ali (a) faced an enemy he invoked Allah in the following words

O Lord! Our hearts seek Your Protection, our faces turn to You, our eyes look towards You, our feet move towards Your path and our bodies sincerely submit to Your command. O Lord! Hidden hostilities and concealed spite are exposed, hearts are boiling over with envy and malice. O Lord! We place before You our difficulties, the absence of the Holy Prophet (s) from amongst us, the abundance of enemies, the disappointments and frustrations which face us. O Lord! Let truth prevail and let our people realize justice, honesty and piety of our case.


 
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