Lessons From The Quran
May 7, 2017
Performing tahajjud is very virtuous, and so is reciting the Qur’ān therein.
One should set aside some time during his/her day in which attention is on Allāh alone, without any distractions.
If you disbelieve in Allāh, how will you save yourself on the Day that will be so horrific it will make children age?
The Qur’ān is a reminder; whosoever wishes can take benefit from it and reach the Almighty.
Whatever goodness you send forth for yourselves in the way of good deeds, you shall find its reward with Allāh, Who shall give you a much greater reward for it.
Seek the forgiveness of Allāh, for Allāh is the Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful.
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