Lessons from Holy Qur'an




Praise belongs to ALLAH and HE is Sufficient for us. Peace be on HIS chosen Servants.

The present era goes through media (electronic as well as print) and novel ideologies. Various thoughts are clothed in new words. And people run after every new idea in the hope of finding a solution-peace; but soon they face disappointment.

Muslims do have with them an ideal system that can bring Peace and Tranquility to the word but they are not familiar with it themselves. How can they then guide other people? They are among those who grope about in the dark.

Holy Qur’aan is the book of ALLAH. HIS words revealed to The Messenger (SALLALLAHO-ALAIHE-WA-AALEHI-WASALLAM).The Sayings of the Prophet (SALLALLAHO-ALAIHE-WA-AALEHI-WASALLAM) are an explanation and commentary on the words of ALLAH. There is in them guidance for the human beings in every field of their lives. We should learn both the things (Holy Qur’aan and The Sayings of Prophet (SALLALLAHO-ALAIHE-WA-AALEHI-WASALLAM).

‘The Opening’ (Surah Al-Faatihah) is the first section of Holy Qur’aan. So it is named as “The Opening”. This section is like an abstract and preface of The Holy Qur’aan. The subjects briefly earmarked in this section, have been mentioned in The Holy Qur’aan in detail, hence it is called, Mother of the (Ummul) Qur’aan, Foundation/essence of The Qur’aan. When we recite this section, “The Opening” we promise that all Praises belong to ALLAH, WHO created all the living and non living creatures including the mankind. So we should keep well in mind efficiently that if HE is The GUARANTER to complete our all necessities then we should never leave the straight path for completion of requisites at our own. We should never move on the path of deception, fraud, telling a lie or using un-fair means. If we have been assured that completion of our needs is eternal then why would we have to adopt the wrong way for it?

Then we read that ALLAH ALMIGHTY is The BENEFICENT, The MERCIFUL. HE showers down HIS mercy on each creature, small or large, without distinction of Muslims or non-Muslims and without sense of the good or the bad. HE arranges completion of all our needs. HIS treasures of kindness go never to end.

Then we learn that HE is The OWNER of the Day of Judgment. All the human beings will stand in front of ALLAH ALMIGHTY holding their character rolls in their hands and will be either granted rewards or awarded punishment according to their own character. We should frighten from that Day and do well.

We accepted, “we shall do worship only of ALLAH”. We beg from HIM for help in our each matter. We return towards HIM for all kinds of painful problems and difficulties, so that HE shows us the straight path, so that we may gain our goal, so that we may reach our destination and get rewards from HIM.

We also beg from HIM to save us from the path of those who earned HIS anger, and went astray.

Collected from Dars e Qur’aan published By Idara Islah wa Tableegh Lahore, Sayings of The Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) written by Justice Mufti Muhammad Taqi Usmani, Darul Ishaat Urdu Bazar Karachi, Collected & translated By Muhammad Sharif Fauji

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Sayings of the Holy Messenger (Peace be upon Him)


32. Sayyidina Abu Hurayrah (Radi-ALLAHO-An-ho)
A man is closest to his Lord when he is in the posture of prostration. (Muslim, Targheeb)

  1. Sayyidina Abu Uma’amah (Radi-ALLAHO-An-ho)
    If the man who neglects congregational prayer knows the excellence enjoyed by those who join the congregation, he would surely walk to it even if he has to crawl on his knees. (Muslim, Targheeb)
  2. Sayyidina Anas (Radi-ALLAHO-An-ho)
    If anyone has the pleasure of Allah in mind and joins the congregational prayer for forty days always with the first Takbeer, then he will be allowed deliverance of two kinds-deliverance from punishment of Hell and deliverance from hypocrisy. (Tirmizi, Targheeb)
  3. Sayyidina Abu Hurayrah (Radi-ALLAHO-An-ho)
    Sometimes I feel like asking some young people to collect wood for me following which I would go to those people who offer their prayers at home without being ill, and set their houses alight. (Muslim, Targheeb)
  4. Sayyidina Jabir bin Abdullah (Radi-ALLAHO-An-ho)
    After one of you has offered his prayers in the mosque, he must leave a portion of it to be offered at home. When a man offers prayer at home, Allah bestows blessings on it. (Muslim, Targheeb)
  5. Sayyidina Zayd bin Thabit (Radi-ALLAHO-An-ho)
    O men! You should offer prayers at home too because apart from the obligatory (fard) (which is best offered in a masjid), the best pray for a man is that offered at his home. (Nasa’i, Targheeb)
  6. Sayyidina Abdullah bin Umar (Radi-ALLAHO-An-ho)
    If anyone misses his ‘Asr prayer then it is as if he has lost his family and wealth. (Bukhari,Muslim, Targheeb)
  7. Sayyidina Abu Bakr (Radi-ALLAHO-An-ho)
    If anyone happens to commit a sin but after that gets up, performs ablution, offers prayer and seeks forgiveness of Allah then Allah surely forgives him. (Tirmizi, Targheeb)
  8. Sayyidina Abdullah bin Abi Awfa (Radi-ALLAHO-An-ho)
    If anyone has a need he wants from Allah or from some person, he must perform ablution, and do it well, and offer two Raka’at prayer. He must then praise and glorify Allah, invoke blessings on the Messenger of Allah and then make this supplication:
    “There is no god except Allah, the Clement, the Kind, and the Unblemished Lord of the Great Throne. Praise belongs to Allah, Lord of the worlds. I beseech you for all causes of the grant of your Mercy and forgiveness, a full share of pious deeds, and a safety from sin. Let not any of my sins go unforgiven. O the most Merciful! Not any of my worries unrelieved, not any need that is agreeable to you unfulfilled, O the Most Merciful!” (Tirmizi, Targheeb)
  9. Sayyidina Abu Ayub Ansaari (Radi-ALLAHO-An-ho)
    If anyone has a bath on Friday and applies fragrance, if he has it, and dons the best clothes he has and goes to the masjid where he offers as many Raka’at as he can without inconveniencing anyone, and sits quietly after that (to listen to the sermon), then his behaviour is an atonement for his (minor) sins until the next Friday. (Ahmed, Targheeb)

Collected by Muhammad Sharif from The Book “Sayings of The Prophet” (Peace Be Upon Him) Darul Ishaat, Urdu Bazaar Karachi