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In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy
Deeds are raised to Allāh twice everyday. The deeds of the night are raised to Him before the deeds of the day, and the deeds of the day are raised to Him before the deeds of the night. [Furthermore, they are] raised and presented twice every week—on a Monday and a Thursday. [As for] the annual deeds, then they are raised in Shaʿbān.
Therefore, whoever remembers that his deeds are recorded, written and presented to the All Knowing, the All Aware, then it is appropriate that he takes account of himself, does good deeds and repents to Allāh for his sins and shortcomings.
Source: الحث على الصوم في شعبان
Translated by: Musa Shaleem Mohammed
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