Saturday, 11 June 2011

cuba ya cuba Menghafal Tabaarok or surah Al Mulk

Menghafal Tabaarok

Surah Tabaarok, salah satu surah favorit saya. Saya sungguh tahu bagaimana nasib saya di alam kubur, jika melihat amal saleh saya yang sangat-sangat sedikit. Namun saya sangat terhibur jika yang saya lihat adalah Kemurahan Allah dalam mengasihi dan menyayangi. Surah Tabaarok bertutur banyak tentang Kekuasaan Allah dan Kebesaran-Nya. Jelajah Fadhilah/Keutamaan surah Tabaarok ini sedang dikerjakan oleh kawan-kawan di pesantren, mudah-mudahan segera bisa dirilis secepatnya, menyusul CD audio murottal tabaarok ini.

CD al Mulk CD murottal pertama yang dirilis oleh saya secara resmi. Diambil LIVE dari Shalat Isya di Daarul Qur\’an. Tadinya ga pernah berani ngelepas CD murottal. Sebab sadar diri bacaannya masih jauh dari bener. Namun karena ini untuk CD pembelajaran dan pendampingan Program Nasional: Indonesia Menghafal Tabaarok, maka CD ini dikeluarkan. Tujuannya, agar saudara-saudara semua yang menghafal, ada CD yang bisa dijadikan kawan sehari-hari dalam menghafal. Sekaligus belajar murottalnya.

Tabaarok atau yang dikenal sebagai surah al Mulk ini memiliki 30 ayat. Pas sekali dengan One Day One Ayat. Dengan sehari satu ayat, maka dalam waktu sebulan Indonesia bisa menghafal Surah al Mulk ini, atau yang saya senang menyebutnya dengan Surah Tabaarok.

Kiranya, dengan kondisi Indonesia yang sedang butuh Kasih Sayang dan Kebesaran Allah, menghafal Surah al Mulk akan mengistirahatkan kita sejenak dari rutinitas kehidupan dunia, dan kemudian mendatangkan rahmat-Nya.

Proses produksi CD audio murottal Tabaarok sudah dimulai per Kamis, 16 Dzulhijjah 1430H atau bertepatan dengan 3 Desember 2009. Mohon doanya dari saudara semua ya.

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more on surah al mulk and surah tabaarok .....

  • Introduction
    • Meccan surahs usually deal with 3 main topics
      • (1) tawheed
      • (2) resurrection
      • (3) prophethood
    • Surah al-Mulk is the Surah with the most [in number] logical arguments
    • Theme of Surah al-Mulk
      • It is really Allah (swt) who is in charge, the entire dominion is under His control; in his hands. From something as grand as the heavens to what is in your hearts.
      • This surah is like a journey in getting to know Allah (swt)
    • Abu Hurairah (May Allah be pleased with him) reported: I heard the Messenger of Allah (salallaahu ‘alaihiwasallam) saying, “There is a Surah in the Qur’an which contains thirty Ayat which kept interceding for a man until his sins are forgiven. This Surah is ‘Blessed is He in Whose Hand is the dominion.’ (Surat Al-Mulk 67).” [At-Tirmidhi and Abu Dawud]
  • Verse 1
    • تبارك
      • past tense: Allah (swt) has done tabaarak (تبارك)
      • comes from the word "baraka" which means
        • "blessings"
        • or for goodness to be extended to something
    • Allah (swt) will take away baraka from time near the DOJ (i.e. a month will feel like a day)
    • بيده الملك : in whose hands is the dominion
      • Transliteration: Biyadihi almulk
      • AL-Mulk
        • AL (ال) can mean two things in Arabic
          • (1) the
          • (2) absolute
        • We have ownership o things but it is never absolute
        • Only in His hands is the absolute dominion and absolute control over things
    • قدير
      • means: capability, competence, ability
      • Allah (swt) is Al-Qadeer meaning Fully Competent
    • Intensification of words in Arabic
      • There are 18 forms of intensification in Arabic
      • adding the suffix "-aan" or "ان" at the end of the word is the highest level of intensification
      • That's why it is used often at the end of the names of Allah (swt)
        • الرحمن
  • Verse 2
    • "[He] who created death and life..."
      • death is mentioned first
      • our existence is preceded by our nonexistence
    • أحسن عملا : "best in deed"
      • You must do what is best in the best of ways, and at the best of time
    • العزيز
      • The exalted in mind
      • One who is full of dignity
      • One who is in no need of anyone
    • الغفور
      • the Forgiving
    • Why does the aayah end in العزيز الغفور ?
      • Whether we fail or pass a test, whether we obey or disobey, nothing will effect Allah (swt) and He can still forgive you
      • He is the One who conceals our sins
  • Verse 3
    • "[And] who created seven heavens in layers."
      • the layer we see is the dunya
      • طباق : a layer that is perfect for whatever needs to covered
    • "You do not see in the creation of the Most Merciful any inconsistency."
      • the word Rahman is mentioned in the Qur'an over 50 times
      • part of His mercy is that there is so much consistency
      • look into all the creation of Allah (swt) and you will find that consistency
  • Verse 5
    • زينا : beauty
      • The beauty that is to enhance that which is already beautiful. This is the kind that Allah (swt) does. He beautifies that which is already beautiful.
        • Over that which is beneficial, Allah (swt) also makes it beautiful
        • We as Muslims, are to appreciate and celebrate beauty
        • The beauty is made for those who look
      • The beauty that is to hide the inherent ugliness
        • Ex: hypocrisy is still ugly even if you call it diplomacy
  • Verse 6
    • "And for those who disbelieved in their Lord ..."
      • It doesn't say Allah, rather it says your Lord
      • This is because Allah (swt) says that you should have a personal relationship with him
    • For them is the punishment of Jahannam
    • Jahannam: the deepest part of a well from where one can't see any light
  • Verse 7
    • There's an argument as to whether there is metaphorical language in the Qur'an
      • Sheikh Fazagha believes that there is
      • But we shouldn't say that it is metaphorical language unless it cannot be understood literally
    • "...[dreadful] inhaling while it boils up."
      • metaphor
  • Verse 8
    • dialogue is taking place in Jahannam
    • its keepers are asking them why are they complaining, "Did there not come to you a warner?"
    • نذير
      • someone who says the warning and genuinely cares for the people their warning
      • a beautiful characteristic the Prophet (sAw) had
  • Verse 9
    • Definition of who a kaafir is:
      • in this dunya: anyone who is not a Muslim
      • in the hereafter: the ones who knew the Truth to be the truth and still denied it (this definition comes from this aayah)
  • Verse 10
    • The kaafir are blaming themselves for not being good listeners
    • Listening is part of the path to salvation. We have to be good listeners.
  • Verse 13
    • "Allah does not look at your forms or appearance. Rather, he looks at what is in your hearts." [Muslim]
    • Is your heart worthy of the gaze of Allah (swt)? Clean your heart, make it worthy.
  • Verse 14
    • two names of Allah (swt) in this aayah:
      • "the Subtle"
      • "the Acquainted"
    • الخبير : the Acquainted
      • the fully acquainted
      • doesn't just know things from the outside but has knowledge of the inside
  • Verse 15
    • "He who has the made the earth tame for you..."
      • "...for you..." demonstrates that our relationship with Allah (swt) is a very personal one
    • Eat that which is halal and moderately
    • Sunnah: Before the Prophet (sAw) ate, he would say the following dua'
      • اللَّهُمَّ بَارِكْ لَنَا فِيمَا رَزَقْتَنَا ، وَقِنَا عَذَابَ النَّارِ
      • Allahumma barik lana fima razaqtana, waqina adhab-an naar
      • O Allah! Bless (the food) you provided us and save us from the punishment of the fire.
  • Verse 16
    • Be careful, If He tamed the earth, He can also undo it
    • Be on good terms with Allah (swt)
    • By the time the warning of Allah (swt) comes, it's too late for you
  • Verse 18
    • Whose is "them" referring to in this aayah ?
      • the people of Qureysh
      • whoever does the same as them even after them
  • Verse 19
    • "Do they not see the birds ..."
    • Allah (swt) is extending as invitation to repent
    • He hold the birds up in the sku by his mercy, by the same mercy He can forgive you
  • Verse 20
    • Some people get a false sense of power
      • (1) this is just a delusion
      • (2) no one but Allah (swt) can protect you
      • (3) don't make any allies other than Allah (swt) for protection
    • After salaah, the Prophet (sAw) would saw a dua', the following:
      • Oh Allah, Yours is all praise. There is no one to withhold what you extend, and no one to extend what You withhold!
  • Verse 22
    • What is the end of the "straight path"?
      • Follow the Prophet (sAw) and he will take you to the destination
  • Verse 24
    • This is all a part of Him practicing His absolute will on His absolute dominion
  • Verse 25
    • This is a question meant to ridicule, it was directed to the Prophet (sAw) by the disbelievers
    • Knowing when the DOJ is of no significance, it is all about preparing for it
    • Hadith narrated by Anas ibn Malik (radiallahu anhu):
      • A bedouin came to the Prophet and said, "O Allah's Apostle! When will The Hour be established?" The Prophet said, "Wailaka (Woe to you), What have you prepared for it?" [Sahih Bukhari]
  • Verse 30
    • There are 60 types of water that are mentioned in the Qur'an
    • What will happen if the water is sunk in so deep that we won't be able to take it out? This is possible
    • Reminds you that He is Merciful, He doesn't do this
  • Lessons
    • The world is made with ugliness and beauty, we find that which we look for.
    • Listening is part of the path to salvation. We have to be good listeners.
    • Is your heart worthy of the gaze of Allah (swt)? Clean your heart, make it worthy.
    • Go over the names of Allah (swt) in this surah
    • Sometimes we are so consumed in pointing our the faults of others that we forget to look at ourselves
    • Honor the Qur'an, love it, and respect it.


In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful
Blessed is He in Whose hand is the Sovereignty, and, He is Able to do all things. (1) Who hath created life and death that He may try you which of you is best in conduct; and He is the Mighty, the Forgiving, (2) Who hath created seven heavens in harmony. Thou (Muhammad) canst see no fault in the Beneficent One's creation; then look again: Canst thou see any rifts? (3) Then look again and yet again, thy sight will return unto thee weakened and made dim. (4) And verily We have beautified the world's heaven with lamps, and We have made them missiles for the devils, and for them We have prepared the doom of flame. (5) And for those who disbelieve in their Lord there is the doom of hell, a hapless journey's end! (6) When they are flung therein they hear its roaring as it boileth up, (7) As it would burst with rage. Whenever a (fresh) host is flung therein the wardens thereof ask them: Came there unto you no warner? (8) They say: Yea, verily, a warner came unto us; but we denied and said: Allah hath naught revealed; ye are in naught but a great error. (9) And they say: Had we been wont to listen or have sense, we had not been among the dwellers in the flames. (10) So they acknowledge their sins; but far removed (from mercy) are the dwellers in the flames. (11) Lo! those who fear their Lord in secret, theirs will be forgiveness and a great reward. (12) And keep your opinion secret or proclaim it, lo! He is Knower of all that is in the breasts (of men). (13) Should He not know what He created? And He is the Subtile, the Aware. (14) He it is Who hath made the earth subservient unto you, so Walk in the paths thereof and eat of His providence. And unto Him will be the resurrection (of the dead). (15) Have ye taken security from Him Who is in the heaven that He will not cause the earth to swallow you when lo! it is convulsed? (16) Or have ye taken security from Him Who is in the heaven that He will not let loose on you a hurricane? But ye shall know the manner of My warning. (17) And verily those before them denied, then (see) the manner of My wrath (with them)! (18) Have they not seen the birds above them spreading out their wings and closing them? Naught upholdeth them save the Beneficent. Lo! He is Seer of all things. (19) Or who is he that will be an army unto you to help you instead of the Beneficent? The disbelievers are in naught but illusion. (20) Or who is he that will provide for you if He should withhold His providence? Nay, but they are set in pride and frowardness. (21) Is he who goeth groping on his face more rightly guided, or he who walketh upright on a straight road? (22) Say (unto them, O Muhammad): He it is who gave you being, and hath assigned unto you ears and eyes and hearts. Small thanks give ye! (23) Say: He it is Who multiplieth you in the earth, and unto Whom ye will be gathered. (24) And they say: When (will) this promise (be fulfilled), if ye are truthful? (25) Say: The knowledge is with Allah only, and I am but a plain warner; (26) But when they see it nigh, the faces of those who disbelieve will be awry, and it will be said (unto them): This is that for which ye used to call. (27) Say (O Muhammad): Have ye thought: Whether Allah causeth me (Muhammad) and those with me to perish or hath mercy on us, still, who will protect the disbelievers from a painful doom? (28) Say: He is the Beneficent. In Him we believe and in Him we put our trust. And ye will soon know who it is that is in error manifest. (29) Say: Have ye thought: If (all) your water were to disappear into the earth, who then could bring you gushing water? (30)


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