Al Mujeeb Name of Allah
Al Mujeeb Name of Allah

Al Mujeeb Name of Allah Meaning In English (The Responsive One)

Al Mujeeb Name of Allah means The Responsive, the one who responds to supplications of those who call upon Him, wherever they are and whatever situation they are in, no matter how many they are in number, and who responds in particular to those who submit to Him and those in dire need.


Al Mujeeb Arabic

Here is how to write Al Mujeeb in Arabic text.


Al Mujeeb In Quran

This Name occurs in the Qur’an many times, and the mention might be made of Allah’s saying in the following verses.

Al Mujeeb Name of Allah Meaning In English

According to lbn Manzhur, Al-Mujib (the Most Ready, and Quick to Respond) is He, Who always receives one’s invocation and prayer with reward; and none does so barring Allah Almighty, the Truth.


It is He Alone Who always listens to the prayer of His servants, which He answers, relieves the calamity-stricken ones among them, and alleviates the disaster of the distressed ones.

Moreover, He Almighty gives His Gifts to His servants even before they call Him, and bestows His Favours upon them even before they invoke Him; and that’s because He has full knowledge of their needs.

Al Mujeeb Name of Allah
Al Mujeeb Name of Allah

Allah Almighty prompts His servants to invoke Him, and promises to answer their calls, as shown in His saying:

And your Lord says: Call on Me; I will answer your (Prayer): but those who are too arrogant to serve Me will surely find themselves in Hell, in humiliation!

Surah Ghafir 60

On the other hand, He criticizes such as do not invoke Him by saying:

The Hypocrites, men and women, (have an understanding) with each other: they enjoin evil, and forbid what is just, and are close with their hands. They have forgotten Allah; so He hath forgotten them. Verily the Hypocrites are rebellious and perverse.

Surah At-Tawbah 67

However, to be close with one’s hands is a metonymy which refers to the abandonment of invocation to Allah Almighty with whatever needs and quests one might have.


But, there is an important point to explain here: the fact that Allah Almighty is Quick to respond to the invocations and quests of His servants does not mean that such invocations should be answered immediately, just in the same way one wants it to be:

It is true that Allah Almighty ensures for such as invokes Him to answer his prayer, but this answer comes at the time and in the way which He Almighty wills, and sees as the most fitting for the one who invokes Him.

For this reason, one is required to invoke Him, and, at the same time, he should not be hasty to receive the answer for his call: on the contrary, he should never lose hope for Allah’s Response to him because of its delay, for, it may be that the deferment of answer would be for the interest of the invoker, if not more fitting for him.


There are some conditions for one’s invocation to be responded to, the most important of which is that one should make good and lawful his earnings.

We saw earlier how the Messenger of Allah, Allah’s blessing and peace be upon him, advised Sa’d lbn Abu Waqqas to do so, on the promise that he would have his prayer and invocation answered by Allah Almighty.

Allah Almighty likes to listen the voice of such of His servants as He loves, chanting with invocation and supplication.

Al Mujeeb Name of Allah

How Does One Acquire The Good Manners Related To That Name?

To be sure, if one wants to live in the shade of that Name, he should feel he is so much in need of none but Allah Almighty, the Only One Who has power to respond to his prayer.

And this leads him to submit with humility to Him, stick to standing at His Gate (of Mercy), and take shelter to Him in every matter, significant or insignificant it might be.

At the same time, one should be eager to listen to others, and strive his utmost to fulfill the needs of those in need among people; and this enjoins upon him that he should not refuse to answer the quest of such as asks him, nor should he repulse the petitioner among them.

He further should be quick to respond to Allah’s Commands and Orders, respect His Restrictions which he should not violate, and come to Him with willful obedience and submission, as confirmed by His saying:

0 ye who believe! give your response to Allah and His Messenger, when He calleth you to that which will give you life; and know that Allah cometh in between a man and his heart, and that it is He to Whom ye shall (all) be gathered. Surah Al-Anfal 34.

As to the celebration of the Praises of Allah by that Name, it is well-known that calling to remembrance that Name results in a quick response from Allah, God Willing.

To be sure, if one sticks to mentioning that Name, he will have his quests and needs fulfilled by Allah Almighty, provided that he should be righteous, pious, and God-Fearing, well-pleased with whatever Divine Decrees and Decisions he might receive.

The following supplication related from some righteous men is significant:

O (Allah) Who are Ever-Near (to Your servants), Ready to respond (to the prayer of such as You please of them), Who listen to the invocation, Full of Love (for Your servants):

keep us away from the affliction of the world, women, heedlessness, lust, the injustice of servants (towards one another), and the bad manners; and forgive our sins for us, relieve us of our burdens, remove evil from us, deliver us from (all sources and causes ot) distress, and prepare for us a way out of it: You have power over all things.

One might also supplicate Allah with the following supplication:

O my Lord, Allah, Most Great, Most Honourable and Generous, All-Hearing, All-Seeing, Ever-Near (to Your servants), Ready to answer (the prayer of such as You please of them):

I seek refuge with You from all afflictions: what is visible and what is hidden; I seek refuge with the Perfect Words (and Statements) of Allah from the evil of what He created; I seek refuge with You from dependence but upon You, from humiliation but to You, and from fear but of You; I seek refuge with You from telling forgeries, or committing lewdness, or becoming arrogant.

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