Ayat: al-Ahzab 31 – Ya Sin 27
- Read your daily portion of Qur’an – Juz 22
- Listen to Juz 22 – Saad al-Ghamidi (Arabic/English)
Surah Saba answers some of the objections raised by the non-believers about Tawhid, Risalah and Akhirah. It also speaks about Prophets David and Solomon and the Queen of Sheba to remind people about the consequences of evils as well as righteousness.
Surah Yasin explains some of the basic beliefs of Islam, especially the belief in life after death and the Akhirah.
- The household of the Prophet, his pious wives.
- Allah’s rewards for the Believing men and women. Prophet’s marriage with Zainab. The finality of the Prophethood.
- Prophet Muhammad (saw) is sent as a witness, a bearer of glad tidings and Shining Lamp. The marriages of the Prophet: certain privileges and restrictions.
- Rules of conduct in domestic relations.
- Rules of Hijab, Warnings to the hypocrites, the Last Hour.
- Believers must speak right. The burden of trust assumed by the human being.
- The Day of Judgment will surely come.
- Allah’s favours on Prophets David and Solomon. Allah’s judgment on the people of Saba’.
- Shirk will be of no use on the Day of Judgment. Prophet Muhammad is sent for all people.
- The wrong leaders will leave their followers on the Day of Judgment, the discussion of their mutual recrimination.
- Material riches do not necessarily bring you closer to Allah.
- The truth will prosper.
- Allah’s creative power and His angels. None can stop the mercy of Allah. Be aware of Satan.
- The success of the truth over falsehood will surely come.
- Allah has power to remove you and bring another group in your place. Every people had a Warner.
- The true believers in Allah.
- Allah’s plan cannot be changed or altered. Allah gives time to people to repent.
- The truth of the Qur’an and the truth of Prophet Muhammad.
- Allah’s messengers were sent to other people. The response of those to whom the prophets were sent and the result of their denial.