26 April 2022
This was a time that Islam (for the pagan Arabs) was a strange message of submission to an unseen God – a threat to the city’s future and prosperity.
It is therefore of little surprise that the chapters in this Juz focus on spirituality and aim to strengthen the belief of the oppressed community in Allah. They provide warnings of the Hellfire and the Day of Judgement and show how pride is one of the greatest sins. About the opening chapter, al-Mulk (Sovereignty), Allah’s Messenger said it will “intercede for its companion (i.e. the one who recites it) until he is forgiven.”
What can we learn from Juz 29?
1• Some aspects of this great creation and warnings of the Hellfire for those who disbelieve;
2• Allah commends the Prophet for his lofty qualities;
3• The terrors of the Last Day and the giving of the records;
4• Some of the qualities of the righteous;
5• Worship coupled with patience allows a person to bear even the most difficult trials;
6• About the Last Day, the events that precede it and those that follow it. What have you prepared for it?
7• About the resurrection and recompense – Allah repeats ten times the refrain “Woe on that Day to the deniers,” so beware of ever denying the truth!
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