If you read and reflect on this verse, it is enough to bring you to tears. Imagine your Loving Master saying that to you, personally. This ayah highlights Allah’s Love, Power, and Generosity. He is willing to give us whatever we want or better. He has the power to give us what we want. And He gives without measure. Then why do we not ask Him?
Here is a list of du’as you can make during the last ten nights of Ramadan. Some are specific, while others are more general yet comprehensive:
Prophet Nuh (A) told his people that if they repented to Allah and did istighfar, Allah would give them numerous blessings, wealth, and children being among them:
The translation here says that Allah would send rain from the sky, but it is not limited to just rain. Allah is saying that He would give them all sorts of rizq from the sky: forgiveness, guidance, blessings, and mercy.
The best du’a for seeking Allah's forgiveness is Sayyidul Istighfar. If somebody recites it during the day with firm faith in it and dies on the same day before the evening,
Recite these words when seeking Allah’s forgiveness:
“O Allah, You are my Lord, none has the right to be worshipped except You, You created me and I am Your servant, and I abide to Your covenant and promise [to honour it] as best I can, I take refuge in You from the evil of which I committed, I acknowledge Your favour upon me and I acknowledge my sin, so forgive me, for verily none can forgive sins except You.”
“O Allah, I seek refuge in You from grief and sadness, from weakness and from laziness, from miserliness and from cowardice, from being overcome by debt and overpowered by men (i.e. others).” [Al-Bukhari]
Many people have suddenly lost their jobs, their health, or their loved ones due to coronavirus. Here is a du’a that protects blessings from being afflicted by calamity.
Allahumma inni a'udhu bika min zawali ni'matika, wa tahawwuli 'afiyatika, wa fuja'ati niqmatika, wa jami'i sakhatika.
O Allah! I seek refuge in You against the declining of Your Favours, passing of safety, the suddenness of Your punishment and all that which displeases You." [Muslim]
Since our fate is sent down for the following year on Laylatul-Qadr, this is an ideal du’a to make on the last ten nights.
"O Allaah, I ask You for all that is good, in this world and in the Hereafter, what I know and what I do not know. O Allaah, I seek refuge with You from all evil, in this world and in the Hereafter, what I know and what I do not know. O Allaah, I ask You for the good that Your slave and Prophet Muhammad (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) has asked You for, and I seek refuge with You from the evil from which Your slave and Prophet sought refuge. O Allaah, I ask You for Paradise and for that which brings one closer to it, in word and deed, and I seek refuge in You from Hell and from that which brings one closer to it, in word and deed. And I ask You to make every decree that You decree concerning me good.” [Sahih al-Albaani]
“O Allah! There is no ease except that which You make easy, and indeed You, when You want, make grief and difficulties easy.” [Sahih Ibn Hibban]
Anas (May Allah be pleased with him) reported: The Prophet (ﷺ) used to supplicate:
O Allah! I seek refuge in You from leucoderma, insanity, leprosy and evil diseases)." [Abu Dawud]
‘Oh Allah, I ask You for health, restraint, trustworthiness, good character and contentment with the decree.’ [Al-Adab Al-Mufrad]
When Musa (A) made this du’a as is famously known from the Qur’an, he was granted a home, a career, and a righteous wife:
“My lord, I am in absolute need of any good You send me.”
“O Allah, you are the Most Forgiving, and You love to forgive; so forgive me.” [At-Tirmidhi]
“There is no God but You, Glorified be You! Truly, I have been of the wrongdoers.”