اللهم ما امسى بي من نعمة. فضل أذكار الصباح والمساء

We do not mention a specific blessing to give thanks for in this supplication, instead we mention blessings in their broadest form In this supplication we also show gratitude for the blessings received by others
This is for a number of reasons, including:• Some of us are weak and only acknowledge the good that others receive whilst thinking we have been prevented from much good, so we show gratitude to Allah for the blessings that others have received, as we are constantly thinking about the good that others have• To be recited once Brief Commentary• Other people may not show gratitude to Allah for the blessings they receive, which is something that should upset us, so we try and make up for this by showing gratitude to Allah for it ourselves, even though we may have not benefited from the blessing in any way• Since we received the blessings from Him alone, we ensure we praise Him alone, and we thank Him alone Action Points• The final part of the supplication is the crux of the matter, which is that we praise Allah and thank Him for the blessings we and others have received

Blessings received by others allows them to help us so we must show gratitude to Allah for that• This ensures our speech encompasses all of the blessings we have received from Allah, whether the blessing is related to this life or the hereafter, and whether it is a blessing we have acknowledged, or one we are ignorant of• By knowing that making this supplication fulfils the gratitude that is due for the morning and evening, we should realise that we owe thanks to Allah every morning and evening, so it is something we must always try to fulfil• This supplication is another example of how the morning and evening supplications are not just to provide us protection, but they are also for us to increase in reward, and to ensure we fulfil our duties• When a person ponders over this, they would realise that the simple fact that this supplication is coupled with a great reward, is another blessing that requires to be thanked for• In addition to showing gratitude to Allah, we also affirm in this supplication the Oneness of Allah, and that all of the blessings we receive are from Him alone, and not from anyone else, as He does not have any partners• O Allah every bless given at night to me or anyone of Your creatures, is given only by You - no partner with You -, so Praise and thanks be to You.

حديث: ما أَصْبَح بي من نعمة أو بأحدٍ مِنْ للشيخ أبي الحسن السليماني
The blessings we receive from Allah every morning and evening are too many and large for us to count, yet saying this simple supplication will allow us to fulfil the gratitude that is due upon us for that morning and evening
حديث: ما أَصْبَح بي من نعمة أو بأحدٍ مِنْ للشيخ أبي الحسن السليماني
Ensure you always try to ponder over the many blessings you receive from Allah whenever you make this supplication, and throughout your whole day• All praise is for You alone and all thanks is to You alone
What is the meaning of ما أمسى بي من نعمة أو بأحد من خلقك فمنك وحدك لا شريك لك , فلك الحمد ولك
The reward stipulated for this supplication is great, yet it is very easy and quick to say


حديث: ما أَصْبَح بي من نعمة أو بأحدٍ مِنْ للشيخ أبي الحسن السليماني
اللهم ما أمسى بي من نعمة
Supplication 11: …اللهم ما أصبح بي من نعمة