The sinner should feel remorse for his sin, decide to avoid committing them in the future, and stay away from situations that encourage sin. In this case, it is recommended to use Allah’s names that reflect the attributes of forgiveness and compassion. These are “Forgiving”, “Forgiving” and “Forgiving”.
Prayer for Forgiveness in Arabic (Turkish)
Ve kul rabbigfir verham ve ente hayrur rahımin.
Kale rabbi inni zalemtu nefsi fagfirli fe gafera leh, innehu huvel gafurur rahim.
Huvellezi yusavvirukum fil erhami keyfe yeşa’, la ilahe illa huvel azizul hakim.
La yukellifullahu nafsen illa vus’aha leha ma kesebet ve aleyha meksebet rabbena la tuahizna in nesina ev ahta’na, rabbena ve la tahmil aleyna isran kema hameltehu allellezine min kablina, rabbena ve la tahmil aleyna isran kema hameltehu allellezine min kablina, rabbena la tuahizna ve la vagfir lena, verhamna, ente mawlana fensurna allel kamil unbeliever.
Prayer of Forgiveness English Meaning
Say: “Our Lord! Grant us forgiveness and mercy! For You are the best of those who show mercy.
My Lord, I have truly wronged myself!
Our Lord! We truly believed. Forgive our sins and protect us from the torment of the fire.
Our Lord! Do not punish us if we forget or make mistakes. Our Lord! Do not burden us as you burdened those before us. Our Lord! Don’t burden us with more than we can afford. Cover our sins, forgive us. Have mercy on us. You are our Mawla. Help us against those who oppose the faith.
Prayers for Forgiveness and Forgiveness
For Muslims, “prayer” is a term reserved for one of the five formal, scheduled prayers of the day. Other forms of communication with God, including those described here, are known as du’a. For Muslims, du’a is a different form of communication with God, a personal communication that can occur at any time of the day when one feels the need to communicate with God apart from the five official daily prayers.
When using several repetitions to recite du’a, Muslims often use rosaries known as subha to keep track of how many times they repeat a prayer. Many simple phrases asking Allah’s forgiveness can be repeated in this way. Muslims can ask Allah’s forgiveness using any word in any language, but the following personal prayers from the Islamic tradition are the most common;
I ask Allah’s forgiveness. There is no god but Him, He is alive, eternal. I repent to Him. (It is recommended to be repeated three times.)
I praise you, my God, thank you! I testify that there is no god but You. I ask Your forgiveness and I repent to You. (It is recommended to be repeated three times.)
O Allah, forgive our sins, cover our sins and take our souls with the righteous.