How to wake up for Salat Al-Fajr (Fajr Prayer)?
Submitted by on Sun, 23/08/2009 - 03:33
Dear Brother / Sister,
The things you’ve said do not solve your problem. We advise you to go to bed after you have prayed the Isha'a prayer and take the necessary measures in order to get used to praying fajr prayer.
Timely performance is so important thus as Muslims we should pray on time even by someone riding a horse being pursued by an enemy. Every Muslim has to pray on time, and any work or an activity should be abandoned.
First of all you should have a sincere determination and intention so that you can wake up for the Fajr prayer. Please look at the tips given below.
Tips for Waking Up for Fajr Prayer:
1- Go to sleep on time (Sleep early, make it a routine to sleep early everyday)
2- Pray Inwardly and Sincerely
3- Set your Alarm clock (you can use more than one alarm clock)
4- Assign someone the responsibility for waking up (family members or friends)
5- Get help from “Wake Up Call Services”
6- Avoid eating too much before going to bed.
Questions on Islam
- salat and kids
- If a person cannot wake up for fajr prayer, what can s/he do for it?
- Is the expression The Satan urinates on the ears of those who do not get up for the Morning Prayer. a hadith?
- How did Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) practice his prayers?
- What is perfect fast like?
- Is there a hadith that prohibits sleeping before performing the night prayer and that prohibits talking after performing the night prayer?
- When should I perform the Fajr (morning prayer), If I cannot perform it on time?
- Is it permissible to apply to a hodja in order to break a spell?
- If you have to work eveyday from 4:00 p.m to 11:30 p.m, what should you do about the Asr, Maghrib, and Isha prayers?
- Could you describe the statement “Order your family and community to establish the Prayer” (the Qur’an, Ta-Ha, 20:132)?