Jamiat Tirmidhi(Chapters on Supplication – 118)

Anas bin Malik narrated that The Prophet visited a man who was so emaciated that he had become like a baby bird. He said to him: “And did you not used to supplicate? Did you not used to ask Your Lord for sound health?” He said: “I used to say: “O Allah, whatever You are going to punish me with in the Hereafter, then hasten it for me in this world.” So the Prophet said: “Glory is to Allah, you are not capable of that” – or – “you are not able to stand that. Would you not say: ‘O Allah, give us good in this world, and good in the Hereafter, and spare us the punishment of the Fire (Allahumma Atina Fid-Dunya Hassanatin Wa Qina Adhaban-Nar).'” (Sahih)


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