Sadly, the holy month of Ramadhan is heading to its close – the month in which we had the privilege of being Allah’s guests.
We must take stock of ourselves before its too late. And there’s no better time to do this than this Shab-e-Qadr. We may not be alive next year…
Ever thought why out of all the 114 Surahs in the Quran we have been advised to recite 3 in particular on the night of Shab-e-Qadr? Surely there must certain very important messages that Allah (swt) wants to give us through these 3 Surahs on Laylatul Qadr, when we can change our destiny.
Lets make this Laylatul Qadr different and try to ponder on the meanings of these 3 vital Surah’s we are going to recite, inshallah, rather than racing through them so we can put a tick in the box and feel satisfied that we have performed all the prescribed ‘amaal.
These presentations of Surah-e-Ankabut, Surah-e-Roum, Surah-e-Dukhan are a tiny step in that direction and have been prepared using material from websites including www.qfatima.com, and with help from friends.
With a request to be remembered in your duas.
Remain attached to the Quran. Nobody should surpass you in being intent on it, or more sincere in implementing it.
(extract from Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib (a.s.)’s Will)
Learn the Qur’an for it is the best of discourses and understand it thoroughly for it is the best blossoming of hearts. Seek cure with its light for it is the cure for hearts. Recite it beautifully for it is the most beautiful narration.
Sermon No. 110 (Nahjul Balagha)
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