In living this life, there will definitely be a moment when we have to face someone who is opposite to us. That’s when we hope to be able to melt that person’s heart.
That someone may be someone we admire, a boss at work, a teacher, lecturer, or perhaps a client who is difficult to deal with. In a history, Ali bin Abi Talib once said, “If you are melting someone’s heart, melt it through prayer.”
In this article, we will discuss prayers to melt someone’s heart, as in the story of Prophet David, Moses, Joseph, to Solomon.
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Prayer melts a person’s heart like the Stories of the Prophets
Here is a group of prayers that we can recite to soften and melt someone’s heart, according to what is narrated in the stories of the prophets.
1. Prayer melts the heart like Prophet David
The first is a prayer for someone’s heart to melt easily like the miracle of Prophet David who can soften iron, so that he can make armor for war. This story is contained in Surat Al-Anbiya: 80, which means:
“And We taught Dawud how to make armor for you, to protect you in war. Are you grateful (to God)?”
The following is a prayer to melt the heart of someone like the Prophet David, in Arabic and Latin writing and its meaning:
May God bless his heart
Allahumma layyin li qalbahu, layyinta li Dawudal hadid
Meaning: “Oh God, soften his heart as You softened David (against) iron.”
2. Prayer to soften the heart by Prophet Moses
Prophet Musa was not a person who did not speak fluently because as a child he put burning coals in his mouth.
When he was sent by Allah to meet Pharaoh, Prophet Musa prayed that his affairs would be made easier, that he would not experience stiffness of the tongue and that his words could be understood.
This prayer is stated in Surah Thoha: 25-28, which is as follows:
My Lord, expand my breast for me, make my affairs easy for me, and loosen the knot from my tongue so that they may understand what I say.
Rain is the light of the world, and the commandment is clear, and the righteousness of the righteous is the righteousness of the righteous.
Meaning: “Oh God, open up my chest for me, and make my affairs easy for me, and release the stiffness from my tongue, so that they understand my words.”
3. Prayer melts the heart like Prophet Yusuf
Reporting from the book A Million Blessings and Fadhilah 114 Surahs of the Qur’an (2016) by Ali Hisyam Ibnu Hasyim, reading Surah Yusuf verse 4 has the advantage of bringing love and affection.
The following is Yusuf’s letter verse 4, Arabic and Latin writing and its meaning:
When Joseph said to his father, “Yanabat,” I saw eleven stars, and the sun and the moon. He saw them prostrating.
Meaning: “(Remember) when Yusuf said to his father, ‘O my father, indeed I dreamed of seeing eleven stars, the sun and the moon, I saw them all bowing down to me.”
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