Saturday, 13 August 2011

Eternal Journey: Tafsir Juz Tabarak

Tafseer Juz Tabarak

Revision Session Week 1 - Vocabulary List (Surah al-Mulk)

Revision Session Week 2 - Vocabulary List (Surah al-Qalam)

From the night that Allah ordered Muhammad awake from his sleep to stand in prayer, to the ayat that describe the reaction of the Jinn to the beauty of the Qur’an, Juz Tabarak is full of many blessed reminders.

Muzzamill, Mudathir, Mulk, Qalam – these surahs contain some of the very first ayat to be revealed to the Prophet sal Allahu alayhi wa sallam, and are filled with strong words of engouragement, warning, and advice to the newly formed ummah of Muslims in Makkah. Though seemingly insignificant in terms of their legnth, these suwar held within them the ingredients which cultivated the faith, hope, and determination that drove the Sahabah - radi Allahu anhum - to become the greatest community of humans to ever walk the earth.

In Surah Ale Imran, verse 103, Allah refers to the Qur’an as His rope. Why? Simple. It is a miracle of miracles, the link between the Creator and His servants, the guide to our salvation and a healing for body, mind, and soul.

"And hold firmly to the rope of Allah, and be not divided, and remember His blessings upon you!"- Qur'an, 3:103

Seminar Notes - Eternal Journey: Tafsir Juz Tabarak


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