Rabbish rahli sadri dua
Rabbish rahli sadri dua

Rabbish Rahli Sadri Dua In English (Full Meaning)

Rabbish rahli sadri dua is a beautiful supliclation, Prophet Musa asked Allah to clear his chest, to make this mission of his easy, to let the knot of his tongue be loosened so that people can understand what he says.


Rabbish Rahli Sadri Dua In English

My Lord, expand my chest for me. And ease my affair for me. And untie the knot from my tongue. So that they may understand my speech.

Rabbish Rahli Sadri Dua In Arabic

رَبِّ اشْرَحْ لِي صَدْرِ (٢٥) وَيَسِّرْ لِي أَمْرِي (٢٦) وَاحْلُلْ عُقْدَةً مِّن لِّسَانِي (٢٧) يَفْقَهُوا قَوْلِي (٢٨)

Rabbish Rah li Sadri Transliteration

Rabbish rahli sadri wa yassirli amri wah lul uqdatan min lisaani, yaf kahu kauli.

Which Surah Has Rabbish Rahli Sadri?

The surah that has rabbish rahli is surah Daha (Taha). It is ordered chapter 20 in the Qur’an. Surah Taha has 131 verses. Rabbish Rahli Dua is from verse 25-28.


Rabbish rahli sadri dua
Rabbish rahli sadri dua

What Does Rabbish Rahli Sadri Mean?

This dua is mentioned in the book of our Lord Almighty to the Prophet of God, Musa (Moses), peace be upon him.

He asked Allah Subhanahu Wata’ala, for a big and great matter.

This happened when Allah commanded him to call the most powerful people of the earth in disbelief, tyranny, and the most armed, who claimed divinity falsely.

There are different and many stories of Prophet Musa, peace be upon him, in the Book of Allah.

Since this matter was a matter of great importance and danger, he asked Allah to grant him some of the demands and purposes that would help him in his calling.


For supplication is the believer’s weapon by which he seeks victory, by which he brings good deeds and repels evils, and the servant asks his Lord with a full optimism of Him.

For this supplication, Allah Grant his request according to his pure belief in his Generous Lord

The Prophet (SAW) said, “Allah says:


‘I am just as My slave thinks I am, (i.e. I am able to do for him what he thinks I can do for him) and I am with him if He remembers Me.

If he remembers Me in himself, I too, remember him in Myself; and if he remembers Me in a group of people, I remember him in a group that is better than they; and if he comes one span nearer to Me, I go one cubit nearer to him; and if he comes one cubit nearer to Me, I go a distance of two outstretched arms nearer to him; and if he comes to Me walking, I go to him running.’

Sahih Bukhari 7405

He began by saying: “My Lord, expand my chest for me”:

That is, expand it with light, faith, and wisdom so that I can bear all kinds of harm, both verbal and physical.

The openness of the chest transforms the hardship of the assignment into comfort, bliss, and ease.

And His saying: “And make my affair easy for me”

This means that every matter that I take, and every path that I take in your path, is made easy for me, and the hardships in front of me are made easy for me.

The scholar, Ibn Saadi, may God have mercy on him, said:

And from facilitating the matter is to make it easy for the caller to come to all matters from their doors, address each one with what suits him, and invite him in the nearest way that leads to the acceptance of his saying.

Since the most important means of calling to God is the ability of the caller to explain and make him understand by saying:

And untie the knot from my tongue, then they may understand my speech.

In this he sought success in speaking well in calling to God in people’s speech, influencing their minds and emotions with wisdom by saying, and with kindness in action.

And his request, peace be upon him, to his Lord to remove his (the lisp) from him.

That is when he was offered the date and the coal, so he took the coal and put it on his tongue when he was young in the house of Asiyah, the wife of Pharaoh.

And he, peace be upon him, did not ask that it be completely removed from his tongue, but rather that the consciousness would be removed, and he would have an understanding of what is intended from him, which is as much as needed.

And after this, Prophet Musa asked Allah the following:

  • And grant me a helper from my family
  • Harun (Aaron), my brother.
  • Strengthen me through him
  • And let him share my task
  • So that we may glorify You much
  • And remember You much For truly
  • You have always been overseeing us.

Surah Taha verses 29-35

This blessed dua included asking God Almighty for assistance in matters of religion such as worship, obedience, remembrance, and glorification.

For this reason, it is delegated to the one who supplicates to mention the reason for his supplication, especially if it is a matter of religion.

Rabbi Sharah Li Sadri Benefits

In it is an explanation of the virtue of remembrance (zikr).

The orbit of all worship and religion is based on the remembrance of God.”

That supplication is worship for which people were created.

The remembrance (zikr) helps the servant to perform acts of worship, even if it is difficult, and it makes it easier for him to stand before the mighty ones.

It shows the virtue of tasbeeh (glorification).

Asking Allah with His beautiful names and attributes has a great effect on the servant’s servitude to the Lord of the Worlds.

Because of His saying: “You were of us All-Seeing.”

Each name has a special attribute of worship and a fruit.

The importance of lengthening supplication and that it is required.

The more a person increases it, lengthens it, repeats it, and diversifies its sentences, the more it is in servitude than humiliation, closer to his Lord, and greater for his reward.

The matters of religion are the greatest matters and the highest levels that every caller or a true believer should take care of.

The one who supplicates should combine with his supplication his requisites and complements in order to give the reasons, and strive with them to achieve what he wants.

He asked his Lord to help him, then he went to his supplication, so he combined supplication with the reasons for achieving his goal.

Dua for breaking fast and dua, Allahumma Innaka Afuwwun are beautiful supplications from the sunnah.


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