The Holy Quran applications are a collection of Quranic verses that are used in various religious contexts, including in the practice of Islam.
They are considered holy by Muslims who believe that they are a direct and personal testimony of God.
However, many people, including those who study Islam, do not know that these applications are in fact part of the Quran, and can be used for praying in many ways, including by people outside the faith.
Here are a few of the applications that you might find helpful.1.
Quran Prayer in the Rainstorm2.
Holy Quranic Prayer in Public3.
The Prayer of the Prophet in the City of the West4.
The Holy Quran Prayer in New York City5.
The Quranic prayer in the city of Cairo6.
The prayer in a church7.
The Quran Prayer and the Prayer of Moses8.
The Muslim Prayer in a Mosque9.
The prayers of Allah and Muhammad10.
The holy quranic prayer for Muslims in a mosque11.
The Muslims prayer at a mosque12.
The quran prayer for Jews and Christians13.
The Quranic prayers in the mosque14.
The praying in the desert15.
The Psalms of Psalm 13716.
The Bible Prayer17.
The Alhamdulillah prayer for the Dead18.
The Prophet’s prayer19.
The Jewish Prayer20.
The Torah prayer21.
The Arabic Prayer in Arabic22.
The Christian Prayer23.
The Islamic prayer for Christians24.
The mosque prayer in Jerusalem25.
The Jews prayer in Rome26.
The Christians prayer in Egypt27.
The Lord’s Prayer for the Lord28.
The Koran prayer in Arabic29.
The alhamd ulillah prayers for the dead30.
The Great Prayer for Muslims31.
The Day of Atonement Prayer for a dying person32.
The Hail Mary Prayer for all Christians33.
The Gospel Prayer for Jews34.
The Gospels Prayer for Catholics35.
The Apostles Prayer for Protestants36.
The Sermon on the Mount Prayer for Christians37.
The Book of Psalms Prayer for Gentiles38.
The Divine Liturgy for Christians39.
The Pentecost Prayer for Baptists40.
The Stations of the Cross Prayer for non-believers41.
The Last Judgment Prayer for believers42.
The Eucharist for Baptized Christians43.
The Liturgy of the Annunciation Prayer for unbelievers44.
The Nativity Prayer for atheists45.
The Good Friday Prayer for people who do not believe46.
The Feast of Tabernacles Prayer for converts47.
The Resurrection Prayer for baptized Christians48.
The Paschal Mystery Prayer for baptism 49.
The Celebration of the Nativity of Christ in Jerusalem50.
The Ascension Prayer for baptised Christians51.
The Advent Prayer for everyone 52.
The Baptism of Christ Prayer for every baptized person 53.
The Confirmation Prayer for anyone54.
The First Saturday Prayer for married people 55.
The New Covenant Prayer for widows and widowers56.
The Benediction of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre57.
The Second Saturday Prayer of Baptized People58.
The Solemnity of the Eucharistic Meal in the church of the holy Sepulter59.
The Sacrament of Penance Prayer for celibates60.
The Consecration of the Dead Person in the cathedral61.
The Rite of Consecrating the Dead to the Cross62.
The Communion of the Lord in the Cathedral63.
The Altar of the Immaculate Conception in the cathedra of the Catholic Church64.
The Candle of the Word of God in the Holy of Holies in the Temple of Solomon65.
The Sacrifice of the Blood of Jesus Christ in the Chapel of St. Peter66.
The Penance Rite in the Episcopal Church67.
The Mass of the Penance in the Catholic church68.
The Blessing of the Altar in the Orthodox church69.
The Vigil of the Church in the East70.
The Bidding of the People at the Gate in the Basilica of St Paul71.
The Night of Unleavened Bread in the St. Andrew’s Cathedral72.
The Lenten Blessing in the Christian cathedral73.
The Opening Prayer of a Christmas Feast74.
The Sign of the Twelve Apostles in the Anglican Church75.
The Celebrant in the Lutheran Cathedral76.
The Fiftieth Anniversary of the Day of Pentecosis in the Greek Orthodox cathedral77.
The Adoration of the Saints in the Jewish temple in Rome78.
The Cross of the Lady of Guadalupe in the Vatican Church79.
The Crucifixion Prayer in St. Mark’s Basilica80.
The Intercession of the Father and the Son in the Roman Catholic church81.
The Vespers in the Synagogue82.
The Commemoration of St Stephen in the Byzantine cathedral83.
The Pilgrimage to Jerusalem in the Persian cathedral