The prayer of Ibrahim ibn Adham, Rahmatullahi alaihi...
Ibrahim ibn Bashshar, his servant, related that he used to say this prayer every Friday, morning and night:
'Welcome to the day of abundance, the new morning, the scribe, and the witness!
This day is a festive day.
Write for us in it what we say in the name of God, the Praiseworthy, the Glorious, The Exalted, the Affectionate, and the Doer of what He wishes in His creation.
I have entered upon the morning, with faith in God, with belief in the Meeting with God, confessing His Proof, seeking forgiveness of my sin, bowing down before the lordship of God, denying the divinity to any other God, being in need of God, trusting in God, and turning repentantly to God.
I testify to God, His angels, His prophets, His messengers, the carriers of His Throne, those whom He created, and those whom He is creating, that He is God, beside whom there is no god, who is alone and has no associate, and that Muhammad (may God bless him and grant him peace) is His servant and Emissary, and that the Heaven is a reality; and Hell is a reality; and the Pool is a reality; and the Intercession is a reality; and Munkar and Nakir are a reality; and the Meeting with You is a reality; and the Hour is coming and there is no doubt about it, and that God will resurrect those who are in doubt about it, and that God will resurrect those who are in their graves.
With [faith in] this I live and with it I die and with it I shall be resurrected, if God wills.
O God, You are my Lord! There is no god but You. You have created me and I am Your servant, and I will observe my covenant and promise to You as much as I can. I take refuge with You, O God, from the evil I did and from the evil of every possessor of evil.
O God, verily I wronged myself. Forgive me my sins, for no one forgives sins but You. Guide me to the best of human qualities, for no one guides to the best of them but You. Dispel from us their evil. For verily no one dispels their evil but You.
Here I am intent upon Your service and upon aiding Your cause. All good is in Your Hand. I belong to You. I believe, O God, in the prophets whom You have sent, and I believe, O God, in the books which You have revealed.
May God send ample blessing and peace upon Muhammad, the Unlettered Prophet, and upon his family, the seal of my speech and the key to it, and upon His prophets and Emissaries, all of them.
O Lord of the worlds! O God, bring us to the Pool of Muhammad and give us from his cup a drink, thirst-quenching, pleasant tasting and delicious, after which we shall never thirst again.
Assemble us [on Doomsday] in his group, not as the ashamed, nor the violators of the covenants, nor the skeptics, nor the tempted, nor those against whom You are wrathful, nor those who are astray.
O God make me free from the temptations of this world and help me to obtain what You like and are well pleased with.
Improve all my states and affairs for me.
Strengthen me with the word which is firmly established in this life and the next.
Lead me not astray, even if I commit a wrong.
Glory be to You! O Exalted, O Magnificent, O Originator, O Compassionate, O Mighty, O Compeller!
Glory be to Him Whom the heavens glorify with their wings!
Glory be to Him Whom the seas glorify with their billows!
Glory be to Him Whom the mountains glorify with their echoes!
Glory be to Him Whom the fish glorify with their tongues!
Glory be to Him Whom the stars glorify with the constellations!
Glory be to Him Whom the trees glorify with their roots and fruits!
Glory be to Him Whom the seven heavens and the seven earths and those who are in and on them glorify!
Glory be to Him Whom each of His creatures glorifies!
May You bless Yourself and exalt Yourself!
Glory be to You!
Glory be to You!
O Living, O Self-Subsistent, O Omniscient, O Affectionate!
Glory be to You!
There is no god but You, Who are alone and have no associate.
You give life and death, and You are living and never die.
In Your Hand is good.
You are powerful over all things.
Al-Ghazali Invocations and Supplications Book IX of the Revival of the Religious Sciences.