In Islam, duʿāʾ (Arabic: دُعَاء, plural: ʾadʿiyah أدْعِيَة), literally meaning "invocation", is an act of supplication. The term is derived from an Arabic word meaning to 'call out' or to 'summon', and Muslims regard this as a profound act of worship.
1, Try to avoid any act or talk which instigates her anxiety or annoys her. You are her husband and supposed to be the closest human being to her so you should try your best to make her feel happy as much as you can.
2. If she has close persons like her mother, sisters, friend etc who might be able to talk to her to leave the idea of divorce, it should good to request them to do that.
3. If she feels that she needs counseling, try to help arranging good and constructive counseling to make her leave the idea of divorce by explains to her the negative side of divorce.
4. Recite Quranic supplications like RABBANA HABLANA MIN AZWAAJINA WA THURRUYATINA QURRATA A'YUN.
5. Repeat seeking help from Allah by praying :YA GHAFOURU YA WADOUD as many times as you want.
Du'a can be accepted every time as far as we sincerely seek from Allah with the Waseela (mean) of His most beloved servants. Allah (SWT) Says in Quran : Seek from Me, I will respond to your supplications. This means that Du'a is accepted when ever you seek from Allah. Nevertheless, there are many special times where Du'a is more recommended like:
1. During Sojood (Prostration) because you will be very near to Allah while you are in prostration.
2. Between Azaan and Iqama.
3. Before sunrise and before sunset.
4. After every Salah (Prayer).
5. On the last sixth part of the night (Sahar).
6. On Laylatul Jumu'ah which is the the night of Thursday.
7. On midday of Friday and before sunset of Friday.
8. When rain starts falling.
9. During and after Ziyarat of Ahlul Bayt (AS) especially after Ziyarat Ashura which is highly recommended every day.
10. During Qunoot of Witr which is the last Rak'ah of Night Prayer.
'And many other times.
ALLAHUMMA SALLI ALA MUHAMMAD WA AALI MUHAMMAD
ASTAGHFIRULLAH RABBI WA ATOUBU ELAYH
LA HAWLA WALA QOWWATA ILLA BILLAH
is very good for many things including protecting from sinning.
Such feeling is from your worst enemy Shaitan who always tries to harm us through different ways. After knowing the source of the a satanic thoughts, we need to tackle it by seeking help and protection from Allah. Repeating Istighfaar and Salawaat and reciting Quran and Du'a are very useful.
Read Quran and sayings of the Prophet (SAWA) and Ahlul Bayt (AS) and repeat to remember and understand more.
We seek forgiveness for every believer in Allah, the Prophet (SAWA) and Ahlul Bayt (AS). Muslims friends who were born in non Shia families and have high regards for Ahlul Bayt need our prayers to understand the real position of Ahlul Bayt in Islam as the divine leaders after the Prophet (SAWA).
Ther are many Du'a s and advices from the Prophet (SAWA) and Ahlul Bayt (AS) to increase financial Rizq e.g.
1- ALLAHUMMA INNI AS'ALOKA MIN FADHLIKA AL-'ADHEEM KHAIRAL DUNIA WAL AAKHIRA اللهم اني أسألك من فضلك العظيم خير الدنيا والآخرة and also INNA HATHA LA RIZQUNA MA LAHU MIN NAFAAD ان هذا لرزقنا ما له من نفاد
2. Reciting Sura Al-Waqi'ah every night.
3. Repeating Isteghfaar استغفر الله and Salawaat اللهم صل على محمد وآل محمد
4. Reciting Azan at home with loud voice.
5. Giving Sadaqa every morning and every evening.
6. Being busy in worshiping Allah between Fajr and sunshine.
7. Praying for other believers who are in need but not in front of them.
8. Visiting the graves of your parents and seeking from Allah near their graves.
9. Being with Wudhu as long as you can especially before meals and before going to bed.
10. Reciting Sura Yaseen every day in the morning or any time.
11. Ziyarat Ashura every day.
12. Namaz e Shabb (Night Prayer) صلاة الليل
These are few useful things for increasing the Rizq and there are many more in our books.
Reciting Ayatul Kursi 7 tomes a day.
Reciting Sura Al-Hamd 7 times or more.
Reciting this verse (WA ITHA MARIDHTU FAHOE YASHFEEN) وإذا مَرِضتُ فهو يشفين
Beside Sadaqa abd Du'a
All prayers and du'as are good. Sincerely and wholeheartedly beseeching Allah to assist a person and to seek tawassul of Ahl al-Bayt (A) in helping them is very powerful, for any problem. (This is, of course, for people who agree theologically with tawassul.)
First of all, you should never tell any one or his family that he is a victim of Jinn. That telling itself can be a sinful act from you because of many reasons; A) You doubt about Jinn is not a concrete evidence that he is a definite victim of Jinn. B) Telling him or his family that he is a victim of Jinn will usually harm his mental state and make him feel defeated, helpless victim and negative.
Second point in such cases is to recite Quranic verses which help in protection, prevention as well as cure such as Ayatul Kursi, Sura Al-Falaq, Sura Al-Naas, Sura Al-Hamd and Sura Al-Tawheed and other Suras.
Reciting Quranic verses will help in any case whether he is been harmed by Jinn or not. It will help in protection and prevention as well as in cure.
You are not allowed to pray for your death. Death will come when it comes.
Pray instead that Allah helps you to stop the sins or shows you a way to end them (for instance, if someone has an addiction, this could be an intervention that actually works), forgives the sins, and heals any harm to yourself or others they may have caused. If it is possible to make adjustments to your life to reduce or avoid the sins (such as moving to a different place or household), also do that.
Allah is all-powerful and things that seem like miracles happen!
We need to remind ourselves about these facts:
1. The Mercy of Allah is much greater that our imaginations and bigger than all the difficulties. Allah says in Quran : And My Mercy involved everything (Sura 7, Verse 156).
2. Allah is The Absolute Able to Grant whatever He wants to whomever He wants. We need to keep on seeking from Him and we should never lose hope in His Mercy.
3. We don't know when it will be good for us to get our wishes, so, we must trust Allah's Wisdom and Mercy which will definitely come whenever Allah Knows that it is good for us.