• Date: 2014 May 16

Holy Quran Described by Imam Sadiq (AS)


           

Holy Quran Described by the Imam Sadiq (AS)

Imam Sadiq (AS) has said:

1. "It is good that when one who is reciting the Quran reaches an ayah in the Quran in which there is asking for something, or that of punishment, then at that time, one should ask from Allah(SWT) the best wish (desire) that he has, and similarly one should ask (Allah for) protection from the fire of hell and the punishment." Usool-e-Kaafi vol 3, page 1-3

2. "Three things will complain to Allah (SWT) (on the Day of Judgement): deserted Masjid in which the people of the town did not recite Salat in it; an Aalim who is among the ignorant ones; and the Quran which was not read and left for dust to collect on it." Usool-e-Kaafi vol 2, page 413

3. "One who recites the Quran a lot and makes a promise with it to try and memorize it even though it may entail great difficulty, then Allah (SWT) will reward that person double fold." Thawaab-ul-A'maal Page 227

4. "To recite the Quran from the pages of the Quran (meaning to look at it and recite it, not for memory) lightens the punishment of ones' father and mother, even if they both be Kaafir." Usool Kaafi  vol. 2, page 613

5. "To recite the Quran from the pages of the Quran (meaning to look at it and recite it, not for memory) lightens the punishment of ones' father and mother, even if they both be Kaafir." Usool Kaafi  vol. 2, page 613

6. "One who recites the Holy Quran will be free from need (of anyone), and thereafter will not be in need of anything; but as for one (who does not recite the Quran), nothing at all will make him needless." Thawaab-ul-Amaal page 230

7. "Strike you hardened hearts with the (recitation of the) Quran, and do not be eager to get to the end of the Surah." Usool-e-Kaafi Vol 4, page 418

8. "One who recites the Holy Quran will be free from need (of anyone), and thereafter will not be in need of anything; but as for one (who does not recite the Quran), nothing at all will make him needless." Thawaab-ul-Amaal page 230

9. "The Quran is the trust of Allah(SWT) (given) to His creations, therefore it is recommended for every Muslim to look at this trust or promise, and to  recite 50 ayaat (verses) of the Quran everyday." Usool-e-Kaafi   Vol. 2, page 609

10. "Surely the Quran is not to be read in a rush or very quickly, rather, it should be recited in slow, measured portions; and whenever you reach an ayah (verse) which talks about Heaven, then stop (at that verse) and ask from Allah (SWT) (the bounties of) Heaven, and whenever you reach an ayah which speaks about the Hell, then stop (at that verse) and seek protection from Allah from the Hell-fire (and the punishment)." Usool-e-Kaafi Vol 3, Page 301

 

Ref: quran.al-shia.org

 

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