Reflections on Dua Jawshan Kabir. Mohammad Ali Shomali. International Institute for Islamic Studies, Qom, Iran Spiritual Quest Summer and Autumn Vol. Wazaiful Abrar – Imam `Ali ibn al-Husain Sayyid as-Sajjidin (prayers be upon him ) related from his father from his grandfather the Prophet of Allah (blessings of. Benefits of each of the sections of. Jawshan Kabeer. No. Benefit. No. Benefit. No. Benefit. 1. To overcome difficulties. To ask for more benefits. To build up.
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Reflections on Dua Jawshan Kabir |
O Forgiver of the implore His forgiveness. O Increaser of virtue. O He-none is invoked for help but He. O Best of providers.
O Guide in my perplexity. O Best of those who are held in affection. O One to Whom everything owes its stability. O He, Who dishonors whomever He wishes.
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Naturally, therefore, dua comes with requests. O He Who removes misfortunes. Our limited space does not allow us to quote the entire narration here. O Joiner of broken bones. O Provider of sustenance to small children.
Ibn Tawus, Ali b. O Light that precedes in existence every light. O He, in Whose Right Hand the heavens shall be rolled up. Even when a murder takes place, the murderer is not the one who literally takes away the victim’s life; rather, his crime leads to the victim’s death only if God permits.
These are probably mistakes that happened when manuscripts of the supplication were written and were repeated in later documents. Interestingly, sometimes divine life is mentioned even before His Oneness, as in Qur’an O Responder to he who has no responder.
O Most Knowledgeable of all knowers. O Affectionate, O Companion. O Omniscient, O Distributor. O Everliving, Who provides sustenance to every living being. O He-there is no strength and vigour but from Him. O He, Who has made the sun a lamp. O He, Who is without equal.
O He, Who guides whomever He wishes.
O Creator of every created thing. O Best near one. O Resource in my jzwshan. O Protector who needs no protection. O He Who receives to life and is not brought to life.
O He, Who sees the lamentation of the frightened. O Eternal Existent who is sought. O our Lord, O our Allah. O Purifier, O Eternal. O Monarch Whose rule is endless. O Lord of grains and fruits. In Zad al-ma’adsome effects are mentioned for each section. O Desire of friends. O Master of pardon and forgiveness.
O He, the obedience to Whom is salvation for the obedient. O He Who guides and is not guided. O Shelter of the sorrowful. O Deliverer kabur my fears. O He Whose kindness is persistent. O He, Kabig is the Creator of all things.
Al-Jawshan al-Kabir Supplication
In his beautiful introduction to this dua, the late Shaykh ‘Abbas Qummi writes, [This dua] is mentioned in the books, al-Balad al- Amin and al-Misbah of al-Kafa’mi. O He, Who accepts the excuse of the repentant. O He, Whose judgement cannot be reversed by His slave.