Subhan Allah WA Bi Hamdihi – The way to Enter in the Jannah

Allah subhana WA ta’ala has sent us those phrases which are enormous if we recite them. You and I could imagine more than that. The Rahma (mercy) of Allah should be understood.

We should be thankful for every moment we spend alive. Our book is not yet complete, and we have an opportunity to rewrite the script. All of us can make this journey; God has shown us the path to Jannah. You can also Join the LetsreadQuran course for Dua and Sunnah.

Some duas and prayers have massive rewards, and some do not take more than 10 seconds. We must be adequately responsible for carrying out these actions faithfully. Only then will we be able to join Jannah on the Day of Judgment.

وَبِحَمْدِهِ، اللَّهِ سُبْحَانَ

Subhan Allah WA Bihamdihi

Glory be to Allah and Praise Him

The Tawheed (basic principles of faith in the unity of Allah) included in this one word Subhanallah. This sentence is glorified and exalted to be above all blame, partners, or shortcomings.

Anyone who says a hundred times in the morning and the evening will not have anything better than anybody who has said the same or more on the Resurrection Day.

In hadith, the Prophet (saw) said, “There are two expressions which are very easy for the tongue to say, but they are very heavy in the balance and are very dear to The Beneficent (Allah), and they are, ‘Subhan Allah wa bihamdihi and Subhan Allah Al- `Azim.’”

One of the reasons for that hadeeth one says that on Judgment Day, a man is going to come, and he will commit several sins that will lead him to flames. But as it weighed, on the other hand, a paper will fall and will be called “Subhan Allah Wa bihamdihi,” and the scale of anyone entering Jannah will tilt against him.

“Subhan Allah WA bi hamdihi’_most powerful dhikr

Dhikr meaning “Remembrance” is the devotional act in Islam that repeatedly recited short Duas and prayers to remember Allah (SWT). Dhikr is a powerful and quick way of worshiping Allah (SWT).

It brings many benefits and virtues when there is not enough time. In the Holy Quran, Allah Almighty says,

“O you who trust! Remember Allah with much remembrance” (Quran 33:41).

There are several dhikr styles. Dhikr means to worship God, to remember Heaven. “Subhan Allah WA bihamdihi’ is fine, but something so simple as to say, “Thank you, Allah.”

If we still have Dhikr in our languages, then as we go through our everyday activities, we have a continuous connection with God. If things go well or when things are tough, we’ve got this lifeline for God, this endless stream of praise and blessings.

We have lighter minds, more happy our hearts. We are grateful for our blessings because every little gift– good health, the sleeping comforts, even the heartbeat, and the breath in our lungs – comes from God. We are thankful for all that we have.

Dhikr is an excellent guide to character and light, which keeps us in the Paradise Path.

With Dhikr, we are using this principle for good. We hold Him in our minds and hearts by always praising God. The more we do, the more we crave his love, forgiveness, and presence.

The more we speak about Allah, the more we would like Him to please. It transforms into a lovely loop of remembrance and blessings that support one another.

Way earn rewards from Almighty Allah

Many of us are looking for ways to win the Almighty Allah rewards. We quickly offer our regular prayers in the month of Ramadan with honesty, give love, and always try to be a better person than before.

It is a simple sentence to receive immense recompenses for Allah’s pleasure. Seek to recite as much as possible, “Subhan Allah WA Bihamdihi.

Of course, this does not mean that the acts of worship of Subhan Allah WA Bihamdihi (or another dhikr) are compulsory, and you should say this. Farz is the mandatory activities and cannot be skipped under any situation at all.

Who said that in Subhanallahi WA Bihamdehi 100 times a day, his sins were removed even if they were equal to the extent of the ocean’s foam. 


Several hadiths about the power of the word, “Subhan Allah wa Bi hamdihi” was written by the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).

  • And he who utters: `Subhan-Allah WA bi hamdihi (Allah is free from imperfection)’ one hundred times a day, his sins will obliterate even if they are equal to the extent of the foam of the ocean.” [Al-Bukhari and Muslim].
  • Abu Dharr reported that the Prophet (salAllahu alayhi wasalam) said, “Shall I tell you the words that Allah loves the most?” I said: “Yes, tell me, O Messenger of Allah.” He said: “The words dearest to Allah are: subhanAllah WA bi hamdihi.
  • SubhanAllah WA biHamdihi (Glory be to Allah and Praise Him). Whoever says it (the above) a hundred times in the day, his sin washed away, Even if they are like the sea’s foam.
  • Jabir (May Allah be pleased with him) reported: The Prophet (PBUH) said, “For him who says: `Subhan-Allah WA bi hamdihi (Allah is free from imperfection, and I begin with praising Him, and to Him),’ A palm tree is planted for the reciter [of the above] in Paradise. [at-Tirmidhi; 5:511, al-Hakim]
  • There was a companion called Rabi’ah bin Ka’b Al-Aslami who said that he used to spend the night in front of the room of the holy Prophet (saw), and that he would hear him saying:

“Subhan Allahi Rabbil ‘alamin (Glory is to Allah, the Lord of the worlds),” repeating that for a while, then he said: Subhan Allahi WA bihamdihi (Glory and praise is to Allah).”(Ibn Majah).

Here the benefits mentioned according to the hadith

  • Recite 100 times a day will erase all sins, no matter how large.
  • You are not only eradicating your sins; you are earning rewards for honoring God.

God forgives us too much and offers us countless ways to receive our forgiveness. Now, let us have this expression on our languages – SubhanAllahi WA bihamdihi – and let us forgive ourselves for the entire palm groves in Jannah.