No words can describe the beauty of the above Verse (Chapter 14, Verse 24) in the Quran. The Verses 25 and 26 follow, illustrating the comparison in further detail,
“Have you not considered how Allah presents an example, [making] a good word like a good tree, whose root is firmly fixed and its branches [high] in the sky? It produces its fruit all the time, by permission of its Lord. And Allah presents examples for the people that perhaps they will be reminded. And the example of a bad word is like a bad tree, uprooted from the surface of the earth, not having any stability.”
This Verse has a powerful message to the whole of humanity. Continue reading
As I told you previously in the various ways for how to understand Quran vocabulary, I mentioned the process of learning through a Word-to-Word translated Quran Shareef. One way to learn Quran Vocabulary words one by one or in a sentence form is to either buy such Quran Shareef (in book form) from a reputed Islamic Publishing House that is translated by a worthy Islamic scholar.
Please refer to any reputed Quran Institute or Instructor before buying so you may know the best one that offers the simplest translation in your native language. Continue reading
While reading the Quran scripture in Arabic, the thought that comes to mind is, that what exactly is written here? What do these Verses, that I am reading, mean? What is the Message they are conveying?
To understand Quran Vocabulary is important so you may exactly know what you are reading and may try to implement whatever you have learned in your daily lives, also you can narrate messages to your family members or tell stories from the Quran to your kids with much ease. Continue reading
Are you looking for some apps for Quran Hifdh (Quran memorization)? Are you a parent whose child is learning the Quran? Then, Read some tips for parents whose child is doing Quran Hifdh. Also, check out these following apps from Google Play which are really good: Continue reading
If your child, either boy or girl has completed Quran Hifdh, or is still on its way to completion, then this is a must read for you! here are a few tips that you should follow to maintain a healthy environment positive to learning and encouragement.
The process of Quran Hifdh is a journey in itself that continues not for an year or two, but for the whole life time. As a parent, you have the ultimate responsibility to take care of your child and do the following:
Be patient. As said earlier, the process of Quran Hifdh continues for ever so you must seek patience from Allah Almighty and wait. Continue reading