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The Significance Of Prayer In Quran

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In Quran, Allah has ordered His
believers to maintain a habit of prayers in order to gain success in worldly
life and hereafter and also attain safety from Satan.


-“And those who strictly guard

their prayers (at their fixed stated hours). These are indeed the inheritors;
they will inherit the Firdaus (Paradise) they dwell therein forever.  23:9-11


-“And establish prayer. Indeed,

prayer prohibits immorality and wrongdoing.” 29:45


Resource: Dawn Travels

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-“And establish prayer. Indeed,

prayer prohibits immorality and wrongdoing.” 29:45

 

Resource: Dawn Travels

In what spence can prayer prohibit anything. Perhaps you means that if you are doing wrong the your prayer is invalid?

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