Do you Know why Sura Kahf? MUST SEE

Do you Know why Sura Kahf? MUST SEE

Its been a weekly routine for us to recite Surah Kahf every Friday, right? and we do it in most of the Fridays.

Now, have you ever wondered why Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) asked us to recite Surah Kahf every Friday?

Or is there any prefence for this surah over the rest 113 surahs? What's the benefit of reciting this weekly?

Lets check it out:-

First of all, in this Surah Allah (God) gives to us 4 different, but INTERESTING stories!

Lets explore each along with the lessons we get from each of them....

πŸ”˜1."The people of the cave"

It’s the story of young men who lived in a disbelieving town, so they decide to migrate for the sake of Allah (God) and run away. Allah (God) rewards them with mercy in the cave and protection from the elements of nature.

The lesson of this story is the "Trial of Faith"

πŸ”˜2. "The owner of two gardens."

A story of a man whom Allah (God) blessed with two beautiful gardens, but the man forgot to thank the One who blessed him with everything and he even dared to doubt Allah (God) regarding the afterlife. So his garden was destroyed – he regretted it, but was too late and his regret did not benefit him.

Lesson of this story: "Trial of wealth"

πŸ”˜3. "Musa(Peace Be Upon Him) and Khidr (Peace Be Upon Him)"

When Musa (Peace Be Upon Him) was asked “Who is the most knowledgeable of the people of Earth?” Musa (Peace Be Upon Him) said that it was him as he assumed he was the only Prophet on Earth at the time. But Allah (God) revealed to him that there’s someone who knows more than him about certain things. Musa (Peace Be Upon Him) traveled looking for him and learned how divine wisdom can sometimes be hidden in matters which we perceive as bad.

And Lesson of this story: "Trial of knowledge"

And now to the FINAL one, its somewhat GLOBAL,

πŸ”˜4. "Dhul-Qarnayne"

Allah (God) mentions the story of a great king who was given knowledge and power travelling the world helping people and spreading all that’s good. He was able to overcome the problem of Yajooj-Majooj (Gogs and Moggos) by building a massive dam with the help of people whom he could not even understand.

Lesson of this story: "Trial of power"

ALLAH (God) says to us 4 kind of stories relating 4 kind of trials that WE ALL pass by in our day to day lives!

Now have a look through HADITHS (Prophet Teaching) to learn more about this surah....

πŸ”–In many hadiths (Prophet Teaching), the Messenger of Allah (God) (Peace Be Upon Him) mentions that the one who reads and memorises verses of Surah Al Kahf will be protected from the trials of the Dajjal!

❔NOW, why this Surah?

❔What is the relation between SURAH KAHF and DAJJAL??

The Answer is simple...

Dajjal will appear before the day of judgement with 4 trials:

πŸ”˜A) He will ask people to worship him and not Allah (God): Trial of faith!

πŸ”˜B) He will be given powers to start/stop rain and tempt people with his wealth: Trial of with wealth!

πŸ”˜C) He will tempt people with "knowledge” and news he gives them: Trial of knowledge!

πŸ”˜D) He will control huge parts of the Earth: Trial of power!


Now, we see Almighty Allah (God) speaking to us about trials, don't you want a SOLUTION for those trials? We need, and ALLAH (God) knows our need!!!

So He tells us the solution as well in this Surah... let me just point out them with their AYAH (Verse) NUMBERS so that you can look for those meanings...

1.Good companionship
(In 28th ayah)
2. Knowing the truth of this world
(In 45th ayah)
3. Humility
(In 69th ayah)
4. Sincerity
(In 110th ayah)
5. Calling to Allah (God)
(In 27th ayah)
6. Remembering the Hereafter
(In 47-49th ayahs)

Insha'Allah (If God Wills) now when you recite Surah Kahaf, you understand and appreciate its benefits!!!
Recite πŸ‘

❝One who guides to something good has a reward similar to that of it’s doer.❞
 [Sahih Muslim Vol: 3, No; 4665]

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