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15 Blissful Ways to Get Good Deeds in Islam

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Human being, especially Muslims was created in the world under certain mission: to worship Allah SWT. He has the rules of living and later we must take responsibility for all the things we have done in the world on the Day of Judgement. The final destination for every Muslim is Jannah, and the only way to get there is by doing good deeds. All the deeds later will be able to help us.


But have you think about how many good deeds you have done? Does it enough for you to male it to Jannah? All the good deeds we did is to please Allah, so that under His mercy we will be put into Jannah.
Bismillahirrahmanirrahiim. Here are the ways to get good deeds in Islam

1. Make the Intention Clear

The defining factor of whether your good deeds are accepted or not is the intention. If the initial intention to do good deeds is to please Allah SWT and seek refuge from shaytaan, then we have start off right.

“The reward of deeds depends upon the intentions and every person will get the reward according to what he has intended”? – Bukhari

2. Make Dua to Yourself

Making dua to your own self is important so that Allah would bless every of the good deeds you do and make you persistent in doing it. Even though shaytaan still whispering evil when we do good deeds.

The Prophet (SAW) said, “There is no heart that is not between two of the Fingers of the Most Merciful. If He wills, He guides it and if He wills, He sends it astray.” – Ibn Majah

3. Ask for Allah’s Forgiveness Everyday

Everyday, we keep committing sins whether it’s intentionally or not. We even not aware that we are committing sins. That sins eventually become obstacles that prevent us from doing good deeds. So before we do any good deeds, it’s important to seek for Allah’s forgiveness. As mentioned in Surah Ali Imran verse 86, “And Allah does not guide the wrongdoers.”

Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said, ”Turn you people in repentance in Allah and beg pardon of Him. I turn to Him in repentance a hundred times a day.” – Muslim

4. Don’t Delay to Do Good Deeds

Never hesitate or delaying whenever something good is coming to your mind. Make this dua

O Allah, I take refuge in You from anxiety and sorrow, weakness and laziness, miserliness and cowardice, the burden of debts and from being over powered by men.” – Bukhari

5. Istighfar to Yourself

Istighfar has many benefits behind it, especially when you’re about doing the good deeds. By saying Istighfar it means you keep asking from Allah’s forgiveness and ask for his blessing on the good deeds that you’re about to do.

6. Be a Good Reminder to Yourself

Between doing good deeds, you may feel that everything is hard and want to give up instead. Remember that doing good deeds is even a learning process. No matter how hard it could be, the most important thing is not to give up. Learn a single thing at a time and that is how you can get better.

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7. Show the Effort

Work harder to do good deeds under the good intention and make it into an action. Whenever you are going to the mosque, bring along the charity money in your pocket. Put a reminder of your friend’s birthday on your phone and sleep early to make it to wake up for Allah. Surely Allah is never sleep and He knows all things that you do.

8. Give Thanks to Allah

Don’t forget to say Alhamdulillah every time a good deed has been done. For example after you are waking up for Fajr, thank Allah that He has wake you up so you don’t miss the Fajr prayer.

O you who believe !! Eat of the good things that We have provided for you, and be grateful to Allah , if it is Him you worship” – Al Baqara (2:172)

Good Deeds to be Done Everyday

Allah SWT never makes it difficult for every Muslim who wished to do good deeds everyday. So that by doing a small good deeds, a big reward comes along. Here are the list of good deeds we should do everyday:

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1. Pray in the Mosque

“Whoever goes to the mosque in the morning and evening, Allah will prepare for him an honorable place in the Paradise every time he goes and comes.” – Bukhari

2. Dhikr to Allah SWT

“Whoever says Subhan Allah wa bi Hamdih (Praise and Glory be to Allah) one hundred times, morning and evening, his sins will be erased even if they are like the foam of the sea.” – Bukhari

3. Recite the Quran Daily

“Whoever reads a letter of the Book of Allah will be credited with a good deed, and a good deed gets tenfold reward. I do not say that alif-laam-meem is a letter, rather alif is a letter, laam is a letter and meem is a letter.” – Tirmidhi

4. Pray in Congregation

“Prayer in congregation is superior to praying individually twenty-seven times.” – Bukhari

5. Do the Isya and Fajr Prayer

“He who prays Isha in Jamah (congregation) is as if he has prayed for half the night. As to him who (also) prays Fajr in congregation, it is as if he prayed all night.” – Muslim

6. Do the Sunnah Prayer

“The most superior prayer of a person is in his home, except the obligatory prayers.” – Bukhari

7. Replying to Adhaan

“The most superior prayer of a person is in his home, except the obligatory prayers.” – Bukhari

So those are all the ways to get good deeds in Islam. If a Muslim wants to do good deeds, then Allah SWT won’t make it difficult. As any action that is done under intention to please Allah SWT is considered a good deeds. May all of us can become a good Muslim.

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