Day 14 | Ramadan with the Quran: Surah Al-Fajr (Part 2)

Category: Faith & Spirituality, Videos Topics: Heart, Ramadan, Soul Values: Tranquility Views: 1017

The last four ayat of Surah Al-Fajr are arguably some of the most beautiful in the entire Quran. Ustadh Nouman explains the meaning of the "tranquil" spirit that Allah has honored and has asked to return to Him on the Day of Resurrection. This section is also connected with the surah's opening ayat through its reference to Hajj. That cleansed soul which left everything behind for the sake of Allah, is now in His company, reaping the fruits of an obedient heart that has submitted itself entirely to its creator (Published on Jun 9, 2017).


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