Quran Para 19 Recite & PDF Download

Quran Para 19 is one of the parts that include chapters between 57 to 66. Allah’s characteristics, the value of charity and good deeds, along with patience and gratitude are among other topics covered. To read Quran Para 19, individuals can easily access it online for reading or listen to its audio recitation or the PDF version.

Quran Para 19 Recite & PDF Download

Quran Para 19 Wa Qalallazina (وَقَالَ الَّذِينَ ) Details 

Para 19Details
Para NameWa Qalallazina (وَقَالَ الَّذِينَ )
Total Surah in Para 19Surah Al Furqan, Al-Shu’ara, and Surah Al Namal
Total Ayat339 verses
Total Page20
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Summary of Quran Para 19

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Surat al-Furqan continued

The disbelievers are warned of the dreadful consequences of rejecting faith: complaining that “Can you be a guardian for someone who makes a god of his whims?” (43). Then looking to the natural world it points out the wonderful creative power of Allah – shadow, nightfall, and rain from water taps and seawater are all ways in which miracles manifest themselves; blood is connected with married relatives: constellations are signs hanging on The disbelievers’ criticism is tackled using a two-pronged approach. On the one hand, we can consider an argumentative approach that threatens disbelievers with stories about past communities. Secondly, rational thinking and science. They are warned that they should pay attention to the signs in nature as these indicate their creator. So, won’t you believe it?

Day of Judgement

On the Day of Judgment, people would regret their wrong types of friendships. What use is regretting now! the Quran weeps, had they read, believed, and followed Islam why would you have been sorry? Allah killed those of the previous generations who denied Him. They worshipped their whims, and gods and did not pay attention to their prophets. The shadow brings their attention to nature.

“Don’t you see how Your Lord allowed it to lengthen and continue indefinitely, if He had wished he would have limited its length. We created the sun as an instrument of His creation; then we reduced its shadow”. This is succeeded by a magnificent description of the constellations in the heavenly body, stars, sun, and moon. And finally; “He made the night and day to follow each other as a sign for anyone who wants to be reminded of Allah’s power or wishes to give thanks” (48-62).

Surat al-Shuara – The Poets

Surat al-Shuara relates in Para 19 that the beloved Messenger used to teach Islam day and night but only a few souls followed him there. The opposition was growing. But, this did not deter him from praying his heartfelt prayers for the people during long night vigils, and continued crying to Allah for their guidance. He was always hopeful that they would embrace Islam.

 Next, there is the dramatic story: 46Mus “Then Musa cast his rod, and behold! It swallowed up their trickery in an instant.” There was no argument and the miracle accomplished something more than that, when it happens before your eyes you can’t help but know Musa is a prophet. But the Pharaoh did not believe it. The story of each prophet is separated with the catchphrase: “In this also there is a lesson, though most of them will not believe that it is your Lord the Almighty and Caring One.

Allah’s Generosity

The stories show that all the prophets had one mission in mind. This is simply described in “When their brother Nuh said to them, ‘Will you not believe?” (106-110). Ibrahim expresses Allah’s generosity: “But My Lord is the All-Master of all that is in heavens and on earth who created me and guided me, He gave me to eat my fill when I am hungry and drink if thirsty, and made him sick then healed it” (78 -80). Prophet Nuh tells about discriminatory attitudes towards poor people by rich men. The people of Thamud are criticized for their vanity: 15 “You raise a monument in every hilltop, it is such a futile aggrandizement! And you build castles as if to live till the end of time; when you attack anyone – brutally so” (128-30).

Surat Al-Naml – The ant

This Surah was revealed in the middle-Makkan period, the fifth or sixth year of the mission and Juz will continue with it. It charts part of the history of human spirituality by reference to five prophets: Their names are Musa, Sulayman, Dawud, Salih, and Lut. The initial verses explain what divine revelation is, and it is considered to be guidance as well as good tidings. The evidence for this proposition is the story of Musa and his encounters with divine revelation upon Mount Sinai.

Sulayman’s Story

Sulayman’s story is narrated. He is both a prophet and king. A wealthy man but spiritually inclined. This gives a background for the understanding of divine mysteries. Allah bestows gifts upon him, such as the power to talk with different creatures; jinn, birds, and even ants. The King Sulayman and the Queen of Sheba stories have many symbolic nuances, eloquently intertwining worldly realities with spiritual truths. In a sense, it tells the tale of man’s spiritual birth and eventual awakening to moral as well as spiritual truth.

The hoopoe, the ant’s speech, and also how they transported thousands of miles in a wink made great truth. Each of them has a kind of spiritual truth under it, sometimes told openly and others by means allegorical. When the hoopoe told Sulayman about the Queen of Sheba, he sent a letter asking her to become one of his believers and stop worshipping idols. The queen took precautions and sent him delicious gifts. Sulayman did not accept her gifts. Wisely she decided to see him face-to-face and traveled from Saba to Jerusalem.

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