The word wa’d means “promise”. The Quran mentions two types of promises. The one made by Allah and one made by other than Allah.
The ocean is one of the most amazing creations of Allah ﷻ. It is also one of the instruments Allah uses as a blessing for some, a punishment for some, and a test for others.
One of Allah’s beautiful names is Al-Haqq. This is because Allah SWT is the ultimate source of truth and everything.
The word akthar is used in the Quran to refer to the status or condition of the people. It is used primarily to describe people who have turned away from Allah’s guidance.
Dhikr is often used to describe daily supplications, but dhikr in a sense is more encompassing than this.
In Islam, seeking knowledge is compulsory upon the believer. No other religion or ideological thought emphasises seeking knowledge as an obligatory deed as Islam does.
The word noor means light and illumination. It is one of the attributes of Allah subhaanahu wa ta’ala as He is the light and the only source of light.
Sabr is commonly understood to mean patience but it is more than that. Sabr also contains the meaning of perseverance. Patience and perseverance are both needed for the heart to attain what it desires.
A Rasool (messenger) is someone who is sent to deliver a message, or risaalah ( رِسَالَة ). A messenger has to be someone trustworthy as he will represent the person who appointed him to bring the message to wherever he is sent.
The word qalb means heart in both a physical and spiritual sense. We need to protect it and keep it safe from arrogance and spiritual diseases of the heart.
Jazaa’ means reward as in a fair return for good or bad behaviour. It shows the fairness, mercy and justice of Allaah.
Maa’ is one of the greatest blessings we have been given that we often take for granted. It is one of the most vital creations of Allah and has been in existence before the creation of heaven, earth, and human beings.