1- The house of Idris was the Prophet (PBUH) and Prophet Ibrahim (PBUH) and the house of the prophets, Hosea and the righteous. (2)
2- In some narrations, it is stated: "Fih al-Ascension" (3), which may refer to the fact that the spiritual ascension of the believers is achieved in this mosque, or it may refer to the fact that the Holy Prophet (peace be upon him) after Landing on the night of Ascension to the mosque of Kufa, (which is mentioned in some narrations that the Prophet descended and prayed two rak'ats in the mosque of Kufa) (4) entered the mosque of Sahleh and from there ascended to heaven.
3- Whoever calls God to what he likes in this mosque, his needs will be met ... and he will be safe from the problems of the world and the tricks of his enemies. (5)
4- God did not send a prophet unless he prayed in this mosque. (6)

 5- "Sheikh Tusi" in his book "Tahdhib" has quoted Imam Sadegh (as) that no sorrow and pain enters the Sahlah Mosque and he does not pray two rak'ats between Maghrib and Isha prayers unless God solves his problem. (7)
6- Imam Sadegh (PBUH) said to Abu Basir: "This mosque is one of the tombs in which God loves prayer and supplication and there is no day or night unless the angels visit this mosque and worship God in it. They do ... »(8)
7- According to a narration of Imam Sadiq (as), staying in this mosque (for worship) is like staying in the tent of the Messenger of God (pbuh) and no man or woman is a believer unless his heart longs for this mosque. (9)
 After the Great Mosque of Kufa, it is the turn of Sahleh Mosque, which in some narrations is called "Soheil" Mosque, in some other narrations it is called "Shari" Mosque, and in the third narration it is also called "Bani Zafar" Mosque, (1) The beloved of Hazrat Baqiyatullah Al-Azam is the Imam of the time (peace be upon him) and in the narrations, many virtues have been narrated for him, including:
 There is no movement or power on God except in the Almighty God
Builders of your mosques and houses, O God, I turn to you through Muhammad and the family of Muhammad and
I will put them in front of my needs, so I will place them in front of you, O God, with them in front of you, honorable in this world and the hereafter, and make them close to God, accept my prayers and forgive my sins, and forgive them, and answer my prayers, and meet my needs. Fulfill and look at me, go to your greatness, the kind look that I deserve, give it to you, then return it from me. Never, by your mercy, the most merciful, the guide of hearts and eyes.
 In the name of God and in the essence of God and from God and towards God and what God wants and the best names are from God
 Applications of Sahleh Mosque:
1- As he passed, he performed two rak'ats of prayer between Maghrib and Isha prayers and asked for his need, which will be met, God willing.
2- Performed deeds that have been narrated by a group of great scholars in various books (10) and some of the elders consider Wednesday night, between Maghrib and Isha prayers, to be more appropriate than other times (11) (using some narrations). It is possible that some of these deeds were taught by Hazrat Khidr (as), who will come) and those deeds are as follows:
When you want to enter a mosque, stand in it and say I will turn my heart to you after you have guided me and forgive me from my mercy. Wash me and turn me towards you. Then recite the verse of Al-Kursi and Surah An-Nas and Al-Falaq and say Subhan Allah seven times, Alhamdulillah seven times, La ilaha illa Allah seven times, and Allah Akbar seven times, then recite:
 O God, praise be to You for guiding me, and to You is the praise for what You have exalted, and to You is the praise for what You have given me, and to You is the praise for every good test with which You have tested me.

O God, accept my prayers and supplications, and purify my heart, and open my chest, and accept my repentance, for You are indeed the Compassionate, the Merciful. After that, enter the mosque and perform two rak'ats of prayer and raise your hand to the sky and offer:
They call on you to answer and when you are asked to do so, grant it, and I ask you for the right that you have over Muhammad and his family, and the right that you made obligatory on him to send greetings to Muhammad and the family of Muhammad, and to meet my needs. At this hour, hear my prayer, my lord, my master, my judge.
And hasten in our opening, this hour that moves the hearts and the visions, the hearing of prayer.
Then go to prostration and ask God for whatever you want by expressing humility. You say: O God, by the right of this noble tomb and by the right of everyone who worships you in it, you who know my needs, send greetings to Muhammad and the family of Muhammad, and fulfill my needs, and you, who have numbered, then forgive my sins. Send peace upon Muhammad and the family of Muhammad and have mercy on them for me, God, keep me alive as long as I live!
You are the God who is no other than You, the Originator of creation and the restorer of them, and You are the God who is no other than God, the Creator of creation and sustenance. The inhabitants of the grave, you are the heir of the earth and its inhabitants, I ask you in the name of the one who is in the treasure and is hidden, O living one, and you are the god who is no god but you.
 It is better for me to die when death is better for me while loving your friends and having your enemies as enemies, and do about me what you deserve, O most merciful of the merciful. After that, you go to the other corner of the mosque, which is located on the west side and the qibla, and you pray two rak'ats, and you raise your hand and recite this prayer: O God, I prayed this prayer in the hope of obtaining pleasure and seeking grace. And in the hope of your arrest and your rewards, then send greetings to Muhammad and the family of Muhammad, and accept it from me, accept me to the best of your desires, and do what you deserve for me, O most merciful of the merciful.
Then you go to prostration and put both sides of your face on the prostration place, then you go to the other corner of the mosque which is on the east side, and after two rak'ats of prayer, you open your hands and say: God, if it is so. Sins and mistakes have made me go to you and as a result do not go up. Sing to me from you and do not answer me. I want you to send greetings to Muhammad and the family of Muhammad and turn to face your majesty and turn our faces towards you and do not despair when I call on you and do not deprive me when I hope in you, O most merciful of the merciful. Then place both sides of your face on the ground (and mention God and pray).
The position of Hazrat Mahdi (as):
The side of the qibla of the mosque is a tomb known as the place of Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh) whose pilgrimage to that honorable place is appropriate and it has been narrated from some books that it is worthwhile to visit that Imam in this place by reciting "Peace be upon him ..." .
Then you enter a house in the middle of the mosque (which is known as the place of Imam Zayn al-Abidin (as)) and after performing two rak'ats of prayer, you say: O one who is closer to me than a jugular vein that cuts well. Whatever you want to be restrained between man and his heart, send peace upon Muhammad and Alash, and restrain it between us and between the one who afflicts us with your movement and your strength, that you are sufficient for everything and nothing is sufficient for you. Save us from the work of this world and the Hereafter, the most merciful of the merciful. Then place both sides of your face on the place of prostration. (15)
The following are some narrations: Then he (Hazrat Khidr (PBUH)) left the Sahlah Mosque, we asked him about this place and he replied: This place is the place of the righteous, the prophets and the messengers. [16] The place of Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh). Spirits of sacrifice):
The side of the qibla of the mosque is a tomb known as Maqam