What is the dua for the third day of Ramadan?

Answered by Tom Adger

The dua (supplication) for the third day of Ramadan can vary depending on personal preferences and circumstances. However, one common dua that is often recited on this day is:

“O Allah, on this blessed day of Ramadan, grant me wisdom and awareness. Help me to be mindful of Your presence and to make the most of this holy month. Protect me from falling into foolishness and pretension, and guide me towards righteousness and sincerity in all that I do.

O Allah, please bless me with a share in every blessing You send down during this month. Shower me with Your mercy and forgiveness, and grant me the strength to overcome any challenges that may come my way. O Most Generous, I humbly ask for Your bountiful blessings and grace.

As I embark on this journey of fasting and worship, I pray that You accept my efforts and reward me abundantly. Grant me the ability to fulfill my obligations and exceed my own expectations in seeking Your pleasure. Help me to purify my heart, strengthen my faith, and deepen my connection with You.

O Allah, grant me the wisdom to utilize my time wisely during this month. Help me to prioritize my worship, seeking knowledge, and engaging in acts of charity and kindness. Guide me towards actions that will bring me closer to You and benefit my fellow human beings.

O Allah, please accept my dua and fulfill my needs and desires, both in this world and the hereafter. Grant me success in all aspects of my life, be it in my personal relationships, my career, or my spiritual journey. Grant me contentment and happiness, and protect me from any harm or evil.

O Allah, I pray that You bless this month of Ramadan for me and for all Muslims around the world. Grant us unity, peace, and tranquility, and help us to strengthen our bonds of brotherhood and sisterhood.

I ask all of this with a humble and sincere heart, trusting in Your infinite mercy and generosity. O Allah, You are the All-Hearing, the All-Knowing, and the All-Wise. Please accept my dua and grant me what is best for me. Ameen.”

Remember, this dua is just a suggestion and you can always personalize it according to your own needs and circumstances. The key is to approach Allah with sincerity and humility, seeking His guidance and blessings throughout the month of Ramadan. May Allah accept our supplications and grant us a blessed and fulfilling Ramadan.