What time do Muslims stop to pray?

Explore the guidelines and precepts in Islamic prayer times, from Fajr to Tahajjud, and their implications in spiritual practices. Delve into the concept of God always listening to your prayers.

Can I pray Fajr at 10am?

The time period within which the Fajr daily prayer must be offered (with loud recitation of the quran) is from the beginning of dawn to sunrise.

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Is it forbidden to pray at midnight?

There is no harm in praying Salāh during or after midnight. In fact, praying Tahajjud is the best prayer after the obligatory prayers.

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Can you pray at any time?

Yes, it’s good to set aside a specific time during the day to pray and also read the Bible when we’re alert, and I encourage you to do this. But we can pray in our hearts as we drive or walk down the street or talk with a friend.

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Is there a specific time to pray to God?

“The psalms confirm that we know God’s presence at all times only if we set asidecertain times of prayer,” Boers says. The Gospels and Acts refer to praying at the third, sixth, and ninth hours—respectively referring to about three hours after sunrise, noon, and three hours after noon.

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Does God listen every time we pray?

The simple answer is yes, God hears your prayers. An ever-present, all-knowing God will hear every word from your mouth, thought in your mind and whisper of your heart.

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