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Tuesday, December 19, 2023

IRE Notes for Form Three - KENYA - (Islamic Religious Education) - Download All Topics


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8. Protects You from All Sorts of Evil

Yes, indeed. Reading the Quran protects you from the devil you know and the devil you don’t know. The evil you’ve heard of and the evil you’ve never heard of. The evil that is near to you and the darkness that is far from you. The visible evil and invisible evil. Also, reading the Quran creates a shield around you. All those sorts of sins can’t penetrate this shield. Protection from all these types of evils, you earn peace and tranquility. If you are a kid then Learn Norani Qaida Online and start reciting and memorizing the Quran.

9. Strengthening Faith and Increasing Iman

Reading and reciting Quran helps increase our faith and strengthens our Iman. The Quran contains the true words of Allah and provides guidance on how to become a better Muslim. By studying the teachings of the Quran, we can develop a deeper understanding of Islamic beliefs and learn about the lives of prophets and righteous people in Islam.


10. Keeping Steadfast against Life Trails:

Adding to the points above, reciting the Quran with reflection in meanings and application to them helps Muslims to keep steadfast in facing the trials in life. Allah the Almighty says in the Quran:

“And those who disbelieve say, “Why was the Quran (standardize the words and transliterated terms you use like Quran, PBUH or saw, etc.) not revealed to him all at once?” Thus [it is] that We may strengthen thereby your heart. And We have spaced it distinctly.” [Quran, 25: 32]


11. Leads to Understanding

If you don’t recite the Quran regularly, you can’t understand it until you’ve read it repeatedly. Additionally, no matter how one interprets the Quran, the number of times he reads has to surpass the amount of his understanding of it. This dilemma is because, with every new knowledge, there must be reading. And he first started with the Quran by reading before embarking on understanding. Read it, understand it, practice it, and you shall reread it in the Jannah. If you don’t know how to read Arabic then start getting online Arabic classes.