Human life with the Holy Quran
God Almighty has blessed His servants with many blessings in this world, including: the blessing of life and living with the Noble Qur’an, where man lives in its shade, so the Muslim experiences a mixed feeling of happiness, joy, and peace of mind when reciting it, and talking about it, so he praises God – the Most High – for the blessing of ability. On reciting the Holy Qur’an, and turning to it, and the Muslim always strives to change himself, and his life for the better after reciting it, and contemplate it, especially in the blessed month of Ramadan. and contemplate it, act upon it, and perceive its meanings as the Messenger, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, and his companions, may God be pleased with them, used to do, and thus the Muslim achieves the change he wants. It is obligatory for all Muslims to read the Noble Qur’an, even if they are old, they should try and read as much as possible, even if some error occurred during the recitation; Thus, they learn the correct reading, and the Muslim is keen not to hesitate to read the Noble Qur’an, but rather the Muslim strives, and strives to recite it, as this is from the Sunnah of the Messenger of God, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him.
Definition of the Noble Qur’an, linguistically and idiomatically
The definition of the Noble Qur’an includes two parts. The first is its definition in language, and the second is its definition in terminology, and the following is a statement of that according to the interpretation of scholars:.
Definition of the Noble Qur’an as a language
The scholars defined the Holy Qur’an as a language in their interpretations and dictionaries according to two sayings, their statement as follows:
- The first saying: It is a noun from the proper names, and it is not derived from specific verbs.
- The second saying: The wording of the Noble Qur’an is derived from a whispered verb, such as: read, read.
Definition of the Noble Qur’an idiomatically
The Qur’an in terminology is the word of God verbally, which was revealed to the Noble Messenger Muhammad, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, who was chosen by God – the Most High – from among people to be a prophet, and a messenger to the entire nation. which God – the Most High – supported His Noble Messenger with; To be evidence of truthfulness for him in his call, which is the beginning with Surat Al-Fatihah, and sealed with Surat Al-Nas, the worshiper by reciting it, reciting it, and contemplating it, so whoever recites the Qur’an and understands its meanings for the sake of God Almighty, he will receive the great reward, and it is the book that has been transmitted with mutawatir.
Means of contemplation of the Noble Qur’an
There are many ways and means that a person can follow in order to contemplate and recite the Holy Qur’an with the right of recitation, and obtain from its recitation the desired benefit, and among these means:
- Seeking the help of books of various interpretations. If some vocabulary is confused during recitation of the Qur’an, he must read an explanation of them so that he has a complete understanding of the verses.
- Reciting the Noble Qur’an in a beautiful and beautiful voice; as possible.
- Seeking the help of the reciters’ voices when hearing the noble verses, listening carefully, and avoiding distractions.
- Understanding the verses that have a special feature that affected the same reader, then repeating them more than once.
- Sensing the meaning of the noble verses during recitation, so the servant will feel that these verses are directed to him.
- Evoke the great attributes of God contained in the noble verses that he reads.
Reward for reciting the Noble Qur’an
God Almighty has made for a reader of the Noble Qur’an many wages, and benefits that will accrue to him in his life thanks to his recitation of the Qur’an, including:.
- Man escapes from the bad analogy mentioned by the Messenger – may God’s prayers and peace be upon him – in the honorable hadith, where he said: (Indeed, the one in whose hollow there is nothing from the Qur’an is like a ruined house).
- Guiding the servant by reciting the Qur’an in his worldly life. To follow the straight path, and to protect it from misery and misery, and to follow the path of misguidance, as God Almighty said: (Verily, this Qur’an guides to that which is the most upright).
- Tranquility, serenity, and calm prevail in the soul of the reader of the Qur’an.
- Blessing occurs in money, family, and in all aspects of life.
- The attendance and meeting of the angels for the councils in which the Holy Qur’an is recited.
- The reader receives a good deed for every letter he recites, then the good deed is doubled to ten good deeds, and God multiplies for whomever He wills.
- The servant is preserved from heedlessness and loss, by reciting the Qur’an.
- A reason for reaching the highest levels of Paradise, and deliverance from Hellfire.
- A Muslim is rewarded for reciting the Qur’an, as it is an act of worship by which he draws closer to God Almighty.
- The Hafez of the Qur’an wears the crown of dignity in Heaven.
- God Almighty mentions His servants who follow the Noble Qur’an with Him.
- The knowledge of the servant increases through his comprehension and contemplation of the meanings mentioned in the noble verses.
- Healing of the servant from both kinds of diseases; The spiritual and psychological, so the healing of diseases that afflict the heart from hypocrisy, and the suspicions that he is exposed to and heard about in his religion, and the second type: physical and tangible diseases, so a person is cured of physical diseases that may afflict him by reciting the verses of the Qur’an.
Etiquette of reciting the Holy Quran
It is desirable for a Muslim, when reciting the Noble Qur’an, to display some manners, and the following is a description of some of them:
- Sincerity of intention is for God Almighty, so the Qur’an is not read to show off or to gain reputation, or to agree with people’s condition, rather the intention is for God Almighty, and to obtain His pleasure.
- Purification, ablution, and the desirability of using the miswak before beginning the recitation.
- Seeking refuge with Allah from the accursed Satan, so that he does not harm the religion or the world.
- The basmalah is before the beginning of every surah, with the exception of Surat al-Tawbah, which is also called Surat Baraa.
- Sensing the meanings of the verses when reading them, and reflecting on them.
- Asking mercy, seeking refuge from the fire, reverence and crying when reciting the Qur’an.
- Prostration If there are verses in which there is a prostration, it is desirable for a Muslim to prostrate when reciting them. He says the takbeer, as he says, with the prostration of prayer.
- ^ AB Adel Al-Mahlawi, “Life with the Qur’an”, www.saaid.net, accessed on 11-1-2018. act.
- ↑ “The virtue of reading and learning the Qur’an”, www.binbaz.com, accessed on 11-1-2018. Adapted
- ↑ Dr. Amin Al-Duwairi (7-12-2016), “Introducing the Noble Qur’an, language and terminology”, www.alukah.net, accessed on 11-1-2018. act.
- ↑ Dr. Abdullah Al-Shanqiti (31-8-2008), “In the definition of the Noble Qur’an and mentioning a party which indicates its merit”, www.alukah.net, accessed on 11-1-2018. act.
- ↑ Dr. Mahran Othman, “The Virtue of Reciting the Qur’an”, www.saaid.net, accessed on 11-1-2018. act.
- ↑ Ahmed Al-Shaibani (14-2-2014), “The virtue of the Qur’an, the virtue of its family, and the importance of reading it for a Muslim”, www.alukah.net, accessed on 11-1-2018. act.
- ↑ Narrated by Al-Tirmidhi, in Sunan Al-Tirmidhi, on the authority of Abdullah bin Abbas, page or number: 2913, Hassan Sahih.
- ↑ Surah Al-Isra, verse: 9.
- ↑ Fahad Al-Shuwairekh (23-5-2018), “From the blessings of the Noble Qur’an”, www.alukah.net, accessed on 11-1-2018. act.
- ↑ Muhammad Al-Muhanna, “One of the virtues of the Noble Qur’an and some of the etiquette of its recitation”, www.saaid.net, accessed on 11-1-2018. act.
Definition of the Qur’an in language and terminology