This Surah takes its name from v. 9 in which the word (al-kahf) occurs. This Surah has verses and resides between pages to in the Quran. Page 1. Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Page 7. Page 8. Page 9. Page Page Page Al-Kahf: The Cave. (REVEALED AT MAKKAH: 12 sections; verses). This chapter deals entirely with the Christian religion and the Christian nations, and that.
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And indeed, We will make that which is upon it [into] a barren ground. Thus, there is no need to amplify or blow adversities and afflictions out of proportion. Worldly concerns should not occupy a believer s mind to the extent that he or she forgets the truth regarding his or her existence on this earth, i.
Translation of verses 9 Or have you thought that the companions of the cave and the inscription20 were, among Our signs, a wonder? Indeed, they were youths who believed in their Lord, and We increased them in guidance. Never will we invoke besides Him any deity. We would have certainly spoken, then, an excessive transgression. Why do they not bring for [worship of] them a clear authority? Your Lord will spread out for you of His mercy and will prepare for you from your affair facility.
And We turned them to the right and to the left, while their dog stretched his forelegs at the entrance. If you had looked at them, you would have turned from them in flight and been filled by them with terror. Said a speaker from among them, How long have you re ai ed [here]? They said, We have remained a day or part of a day. They said, "Your Lord is most knowing of how long you remained.
So send one of you with this silver coin of yours to the city and let him look to which is the best of food and bring you provision from it and let him be cautious. And let no one be aware of you.
And never would you succeed, then — ever. Their Lord is ost k o i g a out the.
Said those who prevailed in the matter, We will surely take [for ourselves] over them a masjid. None knows them except a few. So do not argue about them except with an obvious argument24 and do not inquire about them among [the speculators] from anyone.
And remember your Lord when you forget [it] a d sa , Perhaps my Lord will guide me to what is nearer than this to right conduct. He has [knowledge of] the unseen [aspects] of the heavens and the earth. How Seeing is He and how Hearing! They have not besides Him any protector, and He shares not His legislation with anyone.
There is no changer of His words, and never will you find in other than Him a refuge. And let not your eyes pass beyond them, desiring adornments of the worldly life, and do not obey one whose heart We have made heedless of Our remembrance and who follows his desire and whose affair is ever [in] neglect.
Indeed, We have prepared for the wrongdoers a fire whose walls will surround them. And if they call for relief, they will be relieved with water like murky oil, which scalds i. Wretched is the drink, and evil is the resting place.
They will be adorned therein with bracelets of gold and will wear green garments of fine silk and brocade, reclining therein on adorned couches. Excellent is the reward, and good is the resting place.
Who were these young people? How many were they? In which era did they live? The Qur an does not give us these details so that our focus is on the significance of the story.
To achieve the o je ti e of adheri g to the Qur a , we need to start observing our lives through the verses and understanding the verses by reflecting on our lives.
Our Lord, grant us from Yourself mercy and prepare for us from our affair right guidance. Faith is cumulative. He is the One Who strengthens the heart against deviation when fitnahs strike and He is the One Who grants patience no matter how enormous the grief, seduction or fears are. They forsook everything they had32 and turned toward their Creator to find all with Him.
One needs to remind oneself of the fact that when you dismiss all but the Creator, He grants you this world and the Hereafter. A ordi g to so e Qur a o e tators, the ouths ere the hildre of so e 32 of the richest people in their city.
As you recite and reflect on Surat Al-Kahf every Friday, you need to ask yourself these questions: To what extent am I ready to sacrifice for the sake of my religion?
Am I ready to renounce the world as the youths did? Am I ready to give up wealth, comfort, social status, etc. Paradise has a cost and sacrifices always go hand in hand with true faith.
You maintain ties of kinship, speak the truth, bear people s burdens,40 give hospitality to your guests and help those who have been afflicted by calamities.
The story of the Sleepers might also be alluding to the Second Coming of Jesus. Their Lord is most knowing a out the. Eight years of striving passed in Madina and then came the Conquest of Makkah. On his journey, he hid for a few days with his companion Abu-Bakr in a cave.
Madina itself was another cave that sheltered the Muslims. After all those long years, people realized the high status of those youths to the extent that when they died, they wanted to glorify them by making this site a place of worship.
But what they wanted to do was definitely evil. Be are of the deeds of those 50 who preceded you, since they used to take the graves of their prophets and righteous men as places of worship. Surely, you must not take graves as places of worship; for I forbid ou to do that. Likewise, keeping company with the heedless can hinder one from assessing situations or circumstances shrewdly, drawing sound conclusions and making correct decisions.
Those will have gardens of perpetual residence; beneath them rivers will flow. They will be adorned therein with bracelets of gold and will wear green garments of fine silk and brocade. The verses introduce it through the story of the Owner of the Two Gardens: Translation of verses 32 And present to them an example of two men: We granted to one of them two gardens of grapevines, and We bordered them with palm trees and placed between them [fields of] crops.
And We caused to gush forth within them a river. And even if I should be brought back to my Lord, I will surely find better than this as a return.
Although you see me less than you in wealth and children, 52 See footnote He is best in reward and best in outcome. But the enduring good deeds are better to your Lord for reward and better for [one's] hope.
But you claimed that We would never make for you an appointment. What is this book 55 i.
And they will find what they did present [before them]. And your Lord does injustice to no one. He was of the jinn and departed from the command of his Lord.
Then will you take him and his descendants as allies other than Me while they are enemies to you? Wretched it is for the wrongdoers as an exchange. And We will put between them [a valley of] destruction.
And they will not find from it a way elsewhere. And those who disbelieve dispute by [using] falsehood to [attempt to] invalidate thereby the truth and have taken My verses, and that of which they are warned, in ridicule. Indeed, We have placed over their hearts coverings, lest they understand it, and in their ears deafness.
And if you invite them to guidance — they will never be guided, then — ever. If He were to impose blame upon them for what they earned, He would have hastened for them the punishment. Rather, for them is an appointment from which they will never find an escape.
However, this blessing turned out to be disastrous—a fitnah he could not overcome. I a greater tha you i ealth a d ightier i [numbers of] e. He said, I do ot thi k that this ill perish — e er. Contrary to the ri h a s test, the poor man s test as restricted provision and wealth. This is a difficult trial. The grasping spirit of the materialist comes out here. I his i d etter ea s 64 more wealth and more power, of the kind he was enjoying in this life, although in reality, even what he had, rested on hollow foundations and was doomed to perish and bring him down with it.
No matter how much one suffers a shortage in provision or lack of strength, a true believer never loses his trust in his Creator. He never becomes dissatisfied or discontent with his condition or lot in life.
This unwavering faith is what protects the believer from falling into the sin of envying others. The owner of the vineyards failed the test in spite of possessing all the elements of material success while the other man succeeded in spite of his poverty. The verses show us the inevitable end of the arrogant; an end they cannot avoid no matter how long they enjoy security: 69 See In both cases, the aim is to put you to the test.
But the enduring78 good deeds are better to your Lord79 for reward and better for [one's] hope. It is absorbed in the earth, and produces the flourishing appearance of grass and vegetation.
Soon these decay, and become dry stubble, which the least wind will blow about like a thing of no importance. The water is gone, and so is the vegetation. Such is the life of this world.
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