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Supplicating to Allah Almighty and beseeching him by the Qur'an
Question:

Is it permissible for someone to say in his supplication: I ask You every name that belongs to you: what you have named yourself with or what you have mentioned in the Qur'an And then to add after that: And make for me through the Qur'an spaciousness after constraint, an opening after difficulty, and a way out after hardship?
Answer:

There is no harm in this supplication because it has been mentioned in an authentic Hadith recorded by Ahmad and others,and there is no harm in what was mentioned after it, because the Qur'an is Allah's speech. He Almighty has made it a cure, a means of guidance, and a mercy.

Permanent Committee for Research and Verdicts
Fatawa Islamiyah Darussalam Vol : 7 page no.290
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