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An Invocation For a Pain in the Belly

Al-Husayn b. Bistam narrated from Muhammad b. Khalaf from al-Washsha from Abd Allah b. Sinan from Jafar b. Muhammad, peace be upon him, from his grandfather, peace be upon him, who said: ‘A man complained to the Prophet, blessings and peace be on him and his family, and said: “O Messenger of Allah, I have a brother who has a complaint of the belly.” The Prophet replied: “Tell your brother to take a drink of honey with hot water.” The man returned to him the next day and said: “O Messenger of Allah, I gave him the drink but he did not benefit from it.” The Messenger of Allah said: “Allah has said the truth, and the belly of your brother has lied. Go, and give your brother the drink of honey and invoke For him the Fatiha chapter (1) seven times.” When the man is a hypocrite. Whosoever is such, the drink will not benefit him.”

A man complained to Amir al-Muminin, peace be upon him, of Pain in the belly. He instructed him to drink hot water and say: ‘O Allah, O Allah, O Allah, O Merciful, O Compassionate, O Lord of the lords, O God of the gods, O King of the kings, O Master of the masters. Heal me with Your cures from every disease and illness, For I am Your servant and the son of Your servant: I turn about in Your grasp.’

Abu Abd Allah al-Khawatimi narrated from Ibn Yaqtin from Hassan al-Sayqal from Abu Basir, who said: ‘A man complained to Abu Abd Allah al-Sadiq, peace be upon him, of Pain of the navel (al-surra). Al-Sadiq told him: “Go, and put your hand on the Painful area and say three times: Surely it is a Book Sublime. Falsehood comes not to it from before it nor from behind it. A revelation from One All-wise, All-laudable (41:41-2): You will be cured, Allah willing.”

Abu Abd Allah, peace be upon him, said: ‘There is not one among sincere intention, while passing his hand over the area of the illness, We send down of the QURAN, that which is a cure and a mercy to the believers. The unbelievers it increases not, except in loss (17:82), but that he is cured of that illness, whatever it may be. The truth of that is confirmed in the verse, where it says a cure and a mercy For the believers.’

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