Selebtek.suara.com – Maia Estianty had put forward a condition when Dul Jaelani wanted to stay at her house. Irwan Mussry’s wife asked her youngest son to pray.
This happened after Dul had an accident that killed six people and made him have to deal with the law.
After the incident, Dul, who originally lived with Ahmad Dhani, became closer to Maia Estianty and wanted to live with him.
The Indonesian Idol judge did not take Dul for granted. He made a condition for Al Ghazali’s younger brother to pray.
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“You can move to Mother’s house, but there is one condition, you have to pray,” said Maia Estianty, quoted from Sophie Navita TV’s YouTube account, Thursday (1/6/2023).
Dul once complained about this condition because he claimed he did not know God.
“Then he replied, ‘When I pray, I don’t know my God, which God should I worship? I don’t know the shape, I don’t know who He is,'” he explained.
Maia welcomes Dul’s worries. He felt this was his chance to introduce God to his youngest son.
“Wow, this is a very good question for children to seek God, right? Those who don’t know God are like that,” said Maia.
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Dul’s accident case became a moment for Ahmad Dhani’s ex-wife to help Dul know God.
When Dul asked his mother to pray for him not to go to jail, Maia instead told Dul to pray and prostrate to God.
“He said to me, ‘Mother, please pray that I don’t go to jail,'” Maia said.
“I said this, ‘You want to be safe, not go to jail? You ask God directly. You pray, you have to prostrate and ask your God directly,'” he continued.
The results of the trial finally decided that Dul was released from suspect status because he was still a minor and had already made compensation to the victim.
Since then, Dul has started to trust God because he has experienced His help.
“He was praying there. Maybe the result, thank God, is that the law for minors doesn’t go to jail. And it just so happened that at that time Dul had also compensated the victim,” said Maia.
“So in the end when it was decided that Dul would be sent home, Dul immediately prostrated himself in gratitude and only then did he have faith in God that his prayer had been answered. That he would not have to go to jail,” he concluded.