Don’t waste the opportunity to do good during the month of Ramadan.
Ramadan: Let This Month Heal You!
Fasting is a shield it will protect you from the hellfire and prevent you from sins.
Ramadan is like the rain, It nourishes the seeds of good deeds.
Ramadan is a Time to Repent and Cleanse One’s Sins.
Ramadan does not come to change our schedules. It comes to change our hearts.
Ramadan: 11 months of feeding the body and now one month to feed the soul.
Ramadan is the month of forgiveness. It is time to cleanse the soul of all sins, return to fitrah, and achieve victory.
Ramadan is about breaking bad habits, not putting them on pause.
May the Spirit of Ramadan stay in our hearts and illuminate our souls from within.
The Month of Ramadan is a reminder that this life is just temporary, and we must not be deceived by it.
Ramadan: Strengthen your Imaan, recuperate your heart. Happy fasting!
During the month of Ramadan, Be Extra cautious when performing acts. Fasting during the holy month of Ramadan will be of great value and not in vain if we avoid temptation and prohibition in our eyes, ears, words, and deeds in addition to restraining hunger and thirst. As a result, we must implement it in our daily lives at work and in society. This exercise helps us make positive progress so that after Ramadan, we can avoid things that can lead to sin, such as gossiping, slandering, saying dirty words, lying, and looking at things that can lead to sin, among other things.
Don’t be a servant of Ramadan be a servant of Allah be consistent.
Make this Ramadan the turning point in your life.
Even from the most merciful (Allah), Ramadan is the best mercy of Allah SWT
Make this Ramadan a turning point in your life, free from the deceit of the mortal world, and immerse
yourself in the sweetness of Iman.
Allah never expects us to be perfect during Ramadan, but He expects us to keep trying.
The holy month of Ramadan is your chance to seek forgiveness and free yourself from hellfire.
Ramadan nourishes the act of kindness. Do more of it!
Check out Ramadan Quotes from Qur’an