(152) O my ‘ilah I am your bondservant, son of your bondsman, and son of your bondswoman. My forelock is in Your Hands; Your judgement is continuously being carried out upon me; Your sentence upon me is juste. I ask You with every name that is Yours, with which You have named Yourself, brought down in Your book, taught to one of Your creation, or have preferred for Yourself in the hidden knowledge, with You: that You make the Qur’an the spring of my heart, and the light of my chest, and the despellation of my sadness, and deportation of my [preoccupying] concern.
Ibn Taymiya referenced it to Ahmed in his Musnad and Ibn Hibban in his Saheeh. Al-Albani said it was sound; although, he had previously thought it not to be. Al-Albani included this hadeeth in The Authentic of Good Sayings as #102.