Motivational Quotes for Ramadan with Captions

The holy month of Ramadan has arrived and the actual dates are about to be announced. But, there’s something even more exciting and that’s reading the release of inspirational quotes for Ramadan. These sentences not only help you to remember each day is special, but they also remind you of your life goals as well.

Motivational Quotes for Ramadan with Captions

• Ramadan is a month of building bridges in your community. It is not just about personal growth, but also about reaching out to help others as well as taking time for yourself to renew and rejuvenate your mind, body, and soul.

• Take this beautiful opportunity that comes with the month of Ramadan to be a blessing in someone’s life.

• Don’t just say you want to be a better Muslim this Ramadan. Act on it! Reflect on ways you can improve in the next 30 days.

• This is the month of patience, forgiveness, humbleness, and generosity. May Allah bless us with a healthy Ramadan and make us successful on Judgment Day. Ameen!

• Just remember why you’re fasting. It’s not to test your endurance or grit. Don’t forget to give charity and be grateful for what Allah has given you. You are blessed, so be thankful!

• This is a time for giving, a time for reflection, a time for stretching beyond your comfort zone, a time for empathy, a time for feeling good about the things you are blessed with and the life you have been given.

• May Allah the Almighty ordain that we spend our next Ramadan together.

• I wish you a blessed month of Ramadan. May Allah fill your heart with joy, love, and compassion for others. May He fill your days with happiness and peace.

• For every good work you do, you will be rewarded. May Allah guide you to the right way. Let’s pray together that we may be successful this Ramadan. Always remember that I love you and I always will be with you in every step of life!

• I pray that you get all that you want this Ramadan and if you do not then I pray to Allah (SWT) that he will still give us many more Ramadans so we may spend it in spirituality. I love you so much and can’t wait to see you soon!

• Ramadan is an opportunity to heal our hearts and develop a closer bond with Allah.

• Oh, Allah, I love Ramadan! We can send blessings to others without expecting anything in return. We can forgive everyone and everything. We can help the poor and needy, no questions asked.

• May Allah forgive me for all my sins. And Guide me through Ramadan to become a better servant.

• As we begin this holy month of Ramadan, let us remember Allah’s Favors, stand firm upon our Iman (faith), and observe the fast with a sincere intention to please Allah (SWT). May Allah grant us all success.

• Dear God, I pray for an easy and happy Ramadan. May you please protect my family and friends, guide me to what is right, and make my heart more open to others. I love you and like you Lord, I thank you for everything!

• The month of fasting is offering us a chance to grow in more ways than one. We are asked to switch off for a whole month and dedicate ourselves to the holy spirit.

• Fasting is a growing experience where you will also get to know yourself on another level. May this Ramadan be full of guidance, knowledge, motivation, and spirituality.

• Dear Allah, Almighty. May our day be blessed with good deeds. Please let us be kind to those around us and forgive our sins. We thank you for this opportunity to improve ourselves in this month of Ramadan. Ameen

• Ramadan Mubarak! We’re making it through these thirty days, God willing. I bow to you, O Allah, The Original Creator, Knower of the seen and the unseen. You are the Source of Peace!

• I know that Ramadan is a time of spiritual enlightenment. And I pray that Allah will guide you and make right your path. Ameen.

• Allah, my Lord, how blessed are You. How perfect is Your Grace? How complete is Your Perfection? You have sent for humankind a spirit of purity and grace as a messenger of truth from You to them.

• We give thanks for the blessings of Ramadan and we ask them to forgive us in case we have been unjust or ungrateful and do not return our shortcomings before their eyes. O Allah, my Lord and most merciful, accept our repentance and have mercy on us.

• Allah bring us together in Jannah and unite us!

• My Muslim Brothers and Sisters all over the world, let us repent for our sins, and make Duas to Allah to keep us steadfast on the righteous path.

• Let’s seek repentance from Allah and strive our hardest to purify ourselves from sins, by spending much time in extra prayers.

• May we be blessed in this month of spiritual regeneration. May we have the fortitude and motivation to take on our daily tasks with renewed vigor and strength.

• These Ramadan, I pray that you are peaceful and calm. I pray for us to have the strength to be able to handle situations and obstacles we might face here in this world. I wish that we get rewarded for every good deed we do here in this world but most of all, I wish that all your sins are forgiven. Let us be free from guilt or shame for all the times we’ve done wrong. Let us have the strength to make it through this month of fasting in an honorable way

• Allah bless us in Ramadan and make it a spiritual month for us. O Allah help us to take steps that will bring us closer to You. O Allah helps us to reach Muslims who are struggling in Islam.

• Allah lead us to the purest of intentions and strengthen our Iman, O Allah count all the good deeds we do this Ramadan as extra good deeds.

• Ramadan Mubarak to all Muslims in the world. May Allah accept our good deeds. Ameen.

• Ramadan Mubarak! May Allah shower us with His blessings and accept our deeds. Ameen.

• Allah, let the month of Ramadan be the source of mercy for the believers and righteousness and sanctity from You. Bless our Ramadan with safety, soundness, satisfaction, honesty, and humbleness.

• Forgive us for all our sins, keep us safe from any harm, and safeguard us from all forms of diabolic evil and torture.

• May this Holy Month inspire positivity and kindness in your everyday life. May we practice compassion and forgiveness towards all beings, whether we encounter them in the flesh or merely in our imagination.

• Dear God, Please bless my husband, accept his fasting and prayers, and make him a better man tomorrow than he is today. Give me the patience and strength to carry on. Thank you for guiding us, help me be the best wife I can be to him.

• May Allah help you and bless you, guide you, and set your feet on the Straight Path. Ameen!

• O, Allah! I ask You for the best of this world and the most beautiful of the world that is, the highest rank in Jannah, and protection from the scourges of Hell, for you, are the Hearer and Responder.

• There is no god but Allah. Muhammad is the messenger of Allah. I bear witness that there is no god but Allah. I bear witness that Muhammad is the messenger of Allah.

• Ramadan Mubarak! The month of mercy and forgiveness. May Allah bless all those who seek forgiveness for their sins this Ramadan. We ask to inspire hope, love, unity, and generosity in our hearts.

• May we have the courage to forgive and let go of the things that have tried to drag us down in life. Warm wishes and Eid Mubarak!

• Please, Allah, open ALL our hearts to those whom we LOVE so dearly. Give them the strength to accept our love and guide us to the right actions that will lead us to Paradise.

• PLEASE, Allah, give me the strength to forgive, guide me to what’s right, and make him/her my best friend in this life and the next, AMEEN!

• Dear God, please guide me through these holy days, and illuminate my heart with the love of Mohammad (Peace be upon him), and through his love lead me to you.

• Ramadan Mubarak! May Allah give you strength and power and make your fast a means of seeking the pleasure of Allah. I pray that Allah accepts all your good deeds and gives you Jannah as your final reward. Ameen.

• Allah, accept from me the fast of Ramadan and its reward. Forgive all my sins and the sins of all Muslims, those who are present and those who are absent, first and last, known and unknown.

• God bless you this month and guide you and your family through the holy month of Ramadan. I pray that God fills your heart with peace, and contentment and gives you enough energy to get through this month.

• May the entire world see his beauty in this holy month of Ramadan. May God bless us with your light always and we don’t lose our faith to do what’s right.

• Dear Lord, please strengthen my will so I can fast for the entire holy month of Ramadan and be able to complete all its rites. Amiin

• Oh, Allah, I want to give you my love and my heart, because there is nothing that even compares. You are my strength, my guide, and the one I look toward for peace. Thank you for always being with me and for giving me a heart that loves fervently.

• I pray that all the goodness of Allah will shine upon you throughout the entire month of Ramadan. I pray that He will give you strength and perseverance to fast, so that you, my dear sister may attain His mercy and bounty in this life.

• May this auspicious month bring about much good fortune for your family and all Muslims everywhere!

• Oh, Allah, I ask you to give us a good and blessed Ramadan. Let us be in harmony with each other and may we get along very well. May our motive to recite the Quran increase and give us the determination to read more.

• Inshallah, we will make every day of Ramadan a beautiful experience for you. Insha’Allah, we are all present in the masjid tomorrow. Insha’Allah, we are able to be more patient with each other this Ramadan.

• Let us come together and use this beautiful month to love one another and devote ourselves to worshiping our creator!

• Allah, please make me of those who fast, give me strength, patience, and perseverance to complete Ramadan. Please forgive all my sins, and make this Ramadan a means to your pleasure.

• Allah, bless our Ramadan with sincere repentance, the true fulfillment of the Fast, righteous good deeds, and an excellent end. Help us to do it for Your sake and make us successful in achieving what pleases You, Insh’Allah!

• The holy month of Ramadan is here once again. Do not worry if you have this year failed to fast, or even if you cannot fast to the very end.

• With every effort your make towards righteousness you earn a great reward that will go towards this and all future Ramadans.

Motivational Captions for Ramadan

• We ask Allah the Almighty to accept your fasting, to shed the darkness of our sins, and grant us success in this world and the Hereafter.

• Dear Allah – Subhanu Wa Ta’ala, shower us with Your Mercy, Forgive us our sins and Purify our hearts. Guide us to live by Your Will. For You are the greatest and the Most Beneficent of all. Ameen.

• Dear Allah, please guide my life with the light of your knowledge. Dear Allah let me set examples in Ramadan that people would want to follow.

• Dear Allah help me gain control of my desires and not give in to them. Dear Allah please take care of those who are sick, dying, or passing away.

• Dear Allah, please help us understand what you are trying to tell us through the Quran and the Sunnah and help us follow it. Dear Allah please keep us safe from danger and give us strength

• The daily struggle is hard enough. Let’s use the gift of Ramadan to get closer to Allah, love one another, and stay away from sins.

• Dear Allah, I ask you to bless me and my loved ones with all the best things in life. I thank you for my life and family and pray that you keep them safe at your mercy. Please forgive my sins. I love all of you. Amen.

• Dear God, please help us Muslims to remember you more in Ramadan. Please help us to not be distracted by the easy victory of “fasting.” Ameen.

• May God bless you and all of your loved ones. Hope this Eid brings more joy, happiness, and prosperity to your life and family. May Allah’s peace be upon you.

• Alhumdulilah, another Ramadan has come again. May we all gain the reward for our fasts as well as an increase in iman. Ramadan Kareem!

• each day we are blessed with yet another chance to do Allah’s pleasure. May we take these changes seriously and strive for perfection in our deeds. Ameen.

• All praises to Allah who guided us to the straight path of Islam and made it clear before us. We ask Allah to exalt our final abode and make it for us a garden of Eden through righteousness. May Allah bless Muhammad, the Seal of all prophets.

• Ramadan Kareem! May Allah SWT keep all Muslims in your duas and grant us the ability to better ourselves this holy season. Ameen. May Allah grant us peace and happiness in this world and Jannah InshAllah.

• Dear Lord, send special blessings to my father who will be fasting in this holy month of Ramadan. Fill up his heart with strength and determination, give him health and the best of everything, remove all sadness from his life, and gain him Your forgiveness, love, and pleasure. Aameen!!

• Ramadan Mubarak! Thank you for the gift of another Ramadan. Thank you for giving us this opportunity to cleanse our souls, elevate our minds and nourish our hearts. Let us be worthy of the blessings and bounties of this holy month.

• Ramadan Mubarak. May this month bring us closer to Allah, give us the strength and guidance to do that which pleases Him and to refrain from that which displeases Him. Ameen

• May Allah increase in your sisters & brothers’ knowledge, and may the most Merciful inspire you to His guidance. May He protect you from the evil in this world & show mercy upon you, amen.

• This Ramadan, when you wake up for the prayer, raise your head and ask yourself, ‘What am I doing to show Allah that I love him?’ When you break your fast in the evening, ask yourself the same question. May Allah bring each of us together in Jannah. Ameen.

• Ramadan Kareem! Put your heart and soul into this month of Ramadan like never before. You need to be strong in what you do, and never give up. Allah (SWT) will make this the best year of your life if you trust him (SWT).

• Ramadan Mubarak. I am happy you have chosen to fast and gain proximity to God. I am constantly inspired by your actions, words, and the love you show. You are my angel and my guiding light to a bright future.

• Your light comes from within, shining on those around you so that they too may find the light they have lost. May God bless you and your family, friends, and loved ones throughout this blessed month.

• Please do not forget to pray istikharah.

• Ramadan Blessing for you! I am sending this to remind you of God’s power over everything and your ability to do anything. May His mercy be upon you and your family, no matter where in the world you are.

• Ramadan Mubarak! I wish you a blessed and rewarding holy month from Allah. Be strong in faith and practice, show mercy to the poor and needy, be intentional with your prayers, listen to the Qur’an, and leave everything to Allah. Ameen.

• Ramadan is the month of qiyam (self-discipline), sincerity, and taqwa (God-consciousness). Ramadan is a time when Muslims will get closer to Allah.

• We should not look at the short duration of this month, but we should make it an occasion for a new life. We should not just leave all our social lives, but we should pray and fast in order to get closer to Allah.

• Ramadan doesn’t have to be about hunger and thirst. It also means spiritual nourishment. Fill your soul with good deeds, positive thoughts, and merited actions. This will help make this Ramadan one of the best moons you’ve ever had.”

• Ramadan is a special time. It is a key to opening the doors of happiness, success & prosperity. We should take advantage of this month and ask Allah for the best of this life and the next one.

• Ramadan is a month of giving, not just what we give to others, but also from ourselves. We must give of ourselves, our time, and our effort.

• We should help our neighbors and those who may be needy in our communities. We must be conscientious about how we treat others. Remember this Ramadan, to be mindful and thankful for the help we have and to continue giving more.

• Ramadan Mubarak! Make it a great month of fasting, prayer (dua), good deeds, charity, and self-restraint. Insha’Allah you will have a blessed Ramadan. May Allah accept your fast, forgive your sins and open for you the doors of Jannah.

• My intention for fasting in Ramadan is not to attain a reward from Allah SWT. I just want to please him by doing what he asks me to do, and hoping that he would forgive me for my sins.

• My intention is also to get closer to Allah SWT. And besides all of this, I want to be a good example for the people around me, so that they can follow my example.

• May Allah increase our faith, trust, and love for Ramadan. May we always be grateful for and be ready to sacrifice everything to defend Islam and Muslims. Amin!

• The true measure of men is how they treat someone that can do them absolutely no good. This is why the Quran always reminds us to be humble and kind to others, even those who do not believe in Allah.

• We must treat everyone with respect because everyone deserves it. No person should be belittled for their faith, race, or the clothes they wear – especially during Ramadan. Merry Ramadan to all!

• Every year, on the first night of Ramadan, GOD forgives our sins, no matter how many they are, and begins to cleanse our hearts.

 

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