Merits Of Learning The Quran Al Kareem
Rasulullah Sallallahu Alayhi Wa Sallam said:
“Qur’an al-Karim is wisdom. If a person learns the Quran when he is young, Qur’an will mix with his flesh and blood. Beware, verily the hell fire does not touch a heart which is a vessel to contain the Qur’an and a body which regards its Halal as Halal and believes in its wisdom, which abstains from the Haram, interpreting the (Mutashabihat) allegorical verses (without conforming to the ways of Ahl al-Sunnah), and from forging anything in it that is not in it.”
A wise man said: “A person upon whom the Qur’an and knowledge are bestowed should know his position well and should never revere or bow before people who have inclined to Dunya. What he is granted to them is more valuable than all that is granted to all the common people. In Quran al-Karim, the enjoyment of this world is described as little and temporary (Surah al-Nisa, 77) while knowledge and wisdom as ‘Khayr al-Kathir’ (abundant good) (Surah al-Baqarah, 269).”
Nabi Sallallâhu Alayhi Wa Sallam ordered that the Shahids (martyrs) of Uhud be buried, two or three of them in the same grave at a time. However, as for he the Muslim warriors who knew the Qur’an best, he ordered that they be buried in the front (from the Qiblah direction) just like he assigned them for imamat when they were alive.
One day Rasulullah Sallallâhu Alayhi Wa Sallam asked his Ashab (the companions): “Whoever among you would like to go to Batha and Aqeeq valleys and return with two large camels every day without committing any sin and a fight with his relatives?” They all replied: “We all would like it, O Prophet of Allah.” Upon that Nabi (S.A.W) said: “It is better for each of you to go to the Masjid in order to learn two ayats (verses) from Allah’s book than having two, three or more camels.”
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