Iftar Prayers

Iftar Prayers. Undoubtedly; The best part of the day in Ramadan is the iftar time when we meet with the blessings God has given us. When fasting time approaches, people wait at the table for the adhan to be read. Along with the adhan, iftar prayers are recited, and then people break their fast with great joy and peace. These prayers are very important to thank Allah for the blessings He has given us to reach that holy month in which we will fast. With these prayers, people thank God abundantly and pray for his fast to be accepted.

During the month of Ramadan, iftar meals are welcomed with joy, enthusiasm and at the same time spiritual peace. People who stay hungry and thirsty all day with patience and love of God are aware that this is an act of worship for God and fast with great enthusiasm.

The value of what we eat and drink, in short, all the blessings God has given us, is more appreciated during Ramadan, especially during iftar hours. For this reason, we should always be thankful for all the blessings God has given us at every moment of our lives, just like in the month of Ramadan. By sending religious words to our loved ones and other people around us, we can help them express gratitude.

Iftar Prayers
Iftar Prayers

The Most Beautiful Iftar Prayers with the Editor’s Choice:

  • “O Allah! I fasted for your sake, I break it with your mercy. Accept my prayers, forgive my sins, grant me and my loved ones health, peace and abundance. Amen.”
  • “Oh Lord! We break our fast with your mercy. We ask for your forgiveness and pray that you will forgive our sins and guide us. Accept our prayers. Amen.”
  • “Oh my Lord, the most merciful of the merciful! Accept our prayers in this holy time of iftar. Unite our hearts, forgive us and allow us to gain your consent. Amen.”
  • “O Lord! We break our fast again for Your sake. Accept our prayers, intentions and deeds. Forgive us, guide us and reward us with heaven. Amen.”
  • “O Allah! We break our fast for your sake. Grant us health, peace and abundance. Accept our prayers and forgive us. Amen.”
  • “Oh Lord! Show us your mercy in this blessed iftar time, forgive us and grant us good things. Accept our prayers. Amen.”
  • “O Allah! Accept our prayers in this holy time of iftar, forgive our sins and guide us. Give us health, peace and abundance. Amen.”
  • “O Lord! At this time of iftar, we satisfy our hunger and raise our prayers to You. Show Your mercy and forgiveness upon us. Accept our prayers. Amen.”
  • “O Allah! We break our fast for your sake. Accept our prayers, forgive our sins and guide us. Reward us with your heaven. Amen.”
  • “O Lord! Accept our prayers in this blessed iftar time, forgive us, give us health, peace and abundance. Bring us closer to you. Amen.”
  • These iftar prayers are prayers directed to Allah during the time when the fast is broken. In prayers, requests are made to God such as forgiveness, mercy, guidance, health, peace, abundance and the granting of heaven. It is hoped that prayers will be accepted, sins will be forgiven and consent will be achieved. Iftar prayers are made with the intention of the fasting person to get closer to Allah and make his worship more meaningful. These prayers aim to turn to God with love, sincerity and devotion.

    Iftar Prayers

    • One of the indispensable obligations of the Islamic religion is fasting. By the command of Allah, we spend the month of Ramadan, a month of the year, fasting. Fasting begins with imsak time and ends with iftar time and is an obligatory act of worship for Muslims.
    • Our Prophet Hz. Muhammad (pbuh) said in one of his hadiths: The prayers of three people will not be rejected. Prayer of the fasting person during iftar, prayer of the just ruler, prayer of the oppressed. Allah Almighty raises these prayers to the sky, opens the doors of the sky, and swears by His glory and beauty that I will help you, even if it is after a while.
    • Fasting is very important for us Muslims. We tried to prepare good examples of iftar prayers for you on this page.
    Our Prophet Hz. Iftar Prayer of Muhammad (PBUH)
    • Muaz ibni Zuhre Radiyallahu Anh states: It was reported to me that the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) used to recite the following prayer when he broke his fast.
    • Arabic: Allahümme lek sumtü ve ala rızkıke eftartü.
    • Meaning: O Allah, I fasted for Your sake and I break my fast with Your provision. (Abu Davud, Savm: 22)
    • Marvan ibni Salim narrates from ibni Omar Radiyallahu Anhuma:
    • When our Prophet, peace be upon him, broke his fast, he would say the following.
    • The thirst is gone, the veins are warmed, God willing, the reward for Almighty Allah is certain. May God Almighty accept all our prayers.

    Iftar Prayer 1

    Arabic: Allahümme lek sumtü ve bike amentü ve aleyke tevekkeltü, subhaneke ve ala rızkıke eftartü.

    Meaning: O Allah, I fasted for your sake. I believed you. I trusted you. I break my fast with your sustenance.

    Iftar Prayer 2

    Arabic: Bismillahi vel hamdu lillahi, Allahümme lek sumtü ve ala sustenance eftartü ve aleyke tevekkeltü, subhaneke ve ni hamdike takabbel mini, inneke entes semiul alim.

    Meaning: Oh my God! I fasted for you, I broke my fast for you with your sustenance. But I put my trust in you. I praise you with your praise. O Allah, accept it from me. Because you are the one who hears and knows.

    Iftar prayer we listened to on television

    Oh my God! I fasted for your sake, I believed in you, I trusted you, I broke my fast with your sustenance, thank God for your blessings, health and well-being.&nbsp O my Lord, who is abundant in forgiveness! Protect me, my family, my nation, my state and all believers, grant us your mercy and help, and give us the joy of life. Give me the strength to endure all kinds of difficulties, You have power over everything. Amen.

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