Rabbana Amanna Bima Anzalta
Rabbana Amanna Bima Anzalta

Rabbana Amanna Bima Anzalta Full Dua Meaning and Arabic Text

Rabbana amanna bima anzalta is a Dua from Surah Al Imran, and the number of the verse is 53.


In this post, we will take a look at the meaning and benefits of this beautiful verse.

Rabbana Amanna Bima Anzalta Meaning

Rabbana Amanna Bima means Our Lord! We believe in what You have revealed, and we follow the Messenger, so record us among those who bear witness [to the truth].

Rabbana Amanna Bima Anzalta In Arabic

رَبَّنا ءامَنّا بِما أَنزَلتَ وَاتَّبَعنَا الرَّسولَ فَاكتُبنا مَعَ الشّٰهِدينَ



Rabbana amanna bima anzalta waittabaAAna alrrasoola faoktubna maAAa alshshahideen.

Believe here means beneficial testimony, bearing witness to the oneness of Allah (tawheed) and believing in His Messenger, and adhering to that.

When the people of prophet Isa stood with him in support of Allah’s religion and established His laws, some of the Children of Israel believed whilst others disbelieved.

Then the two groups fought, and Allah supported those who had believed against their enemies, and thus they were victorious.

Rabbana Amanna Bima Anzalta

According to Madudi, this verse also means that they say: We believe in what is in Your Book and what has appeared of Your judgment. The Messenger is Isa.


The witnesses’ are the community of Muhammad g as Ibn ‘Abbas stated. It means: Confirm our names with their names and place us among them.

It is also said that it means: Write us down with those who testify that Your Prophets told the truth.

In order to gain this believe, you must believe with everything that Allah has sent down. The importance of asking Allah, the Blessed and Exalted, by more than one means. In this Dua, they ask by two means:


  • Belief in Allah.
  • And following the Messenger of Allah
Rabbana Amanna Bima Anzalt

This supplication is mentioned in the Book of Allah, the Almighty, as an indication of its importance and an urging to take care of it in a book that will be recited until the Day of Judgment.

It came from the sincere companions of prophet Isa AS, his pure followers, and supporters, whom Allah, blessed and exalted be He, named “the disciples” (Al-Hawariyun) because of their purity, like pure white, indicating intense clarity and purity.

They sincerely guarded their secrets, public and private actions, and intentions, reaching the highest levels of purity in both their outward and inward aspects.

When they say, “Our Lord, we have believed in what You revealed,” they invoke their Lordship, as the concept of Lordship encompasses creation, sovereignty, planning, and answering prayers—all of which are included in these three.

Therefore, the prophets, messengers, and believers frequently sought it, as mentioned in the authentic hadith: “He extends his hands to the sky, saying, ‘O Lord, O Lord.'”

It means they affirm their belief in the book Allah revealed, including the Gospel, and everything else He revealed.

This complete faith includes belief in all the books sent by Allah to His prophets before and after them and, fundamentally, belief in Allah, encompassing His existence, Lordship, divinity, names, and attributes.

“We have followed the Messenger”: They have adhered, both outwardly and inwardly, to what the Messenger brought.

This is the fruit of faith, obedience, and submission, combining in their supplication several great means of seeking Allah’s favor—through His Lordship, their faith, and righteous deeds.

“So write us down among the witnesses”: After presenting their means, their ultimate goal is to be listed with those who witnessed the truth, affirmed the oneness of Allah, believed in His messengers, followed His commandments and prohibitions. They seek to be honored alongside them and partake in the special favors granted by Allah.

This request is primarily for our umma, the umma of truth and moderation, as Allah, the Lord of all worlds, says,

And so We have made you ˹believers˺ an upright1 community so that you may be witnesses over humanity and that the Messenger may be a witness over you. 

Baqarah: 143

The renowned commentator al-Tabari said: “Allah, may His praises be exalted, made His creation aware of these individuals, satisfied with their words and deeds, so that people may follow their path and adopt their approach, thus attaining similar ranks of honor.”

This supplication embodies etiquettes and benefits, emphasizing:

  1. Imaan must be accompanied by adherence.
  2. Faith should encompass everything revealed by Allah.
  3. Testifying to one’s faith or Islam, especially in adherence, is not considered hypocrisy, as it serves the purpose of strengthening the follower.
  4. The importance of seeking Allah’s favor through various means. The prophets sought Allah’s favor through two significant means: faith in Him and following the Messenger’s call.

It also underscores the importance of associating with righteous individuals, as it brings well-being in this world and success in the Hereafter, as stated in the Quran: “So write us down among the witnesses.”