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Dear student of the Noble Quran,
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It gives me great pleasure to share with you High Frequency Words from the Quran and its wisdom everyday.
Previously you’ve learned the word, (أصحاب) ,(ما), (يوم), and (كيف). The HFW you will learn today is repeated for 80 times in the Quran. As of today you’ve learned 5 words from the Quran. Collectively these words are being repeated for 398 times! MasyaAllah! Let’s continue reading!
Today, we learn about the word (شَيْطَان) which means “satan/devil”.
Below is your 5th High Frequency Word of the Quran:
Aspire list of HFW Number: #96
Meaning in Malay: Syaitan
Frequency in the Quran: 80 times
First Mention in Quran: Surah Al-Baqarah, Verse 36 (2:36)
Last Mention in Quran: Surah Al-Mulk, Verse 5 (67:5)
In Surah Al-Baqarah, Verse 36 (2:36), Allah says:
“But satan/the devil made them both fall from it, and caused them to depart from that (state) in which they were, and We said: Fall down, one of you a foe unto the other! There shall be for you on earth a habitation and provision for a time.”
This verse reminds us that it is important to observe our surrounding and be conscious of our inner selves.
For satan/or the devil is a negative energy, but if we focus ourselves on positive energy by reminding ourselves of Allah and returning to HIM always, the positive will expand, remember, what we focus on expands.
Focus on Allah, the mightiest and most magnificent of all positive energy and the negative energy will not come close, though we must constantly remain vigilant within, with our inner thoughts, observe them more, observe people’s faults less.
Syaitan’s mission is to turn humans into enemies against each other. But if we remain focus on developing our own positive thoughts and looking at others positively we will syaitan will fail his mission. The key to positive thoughts and mindset is to get closer to Allah by reading Quran and learning its meaning, to do zikir constantly also helps. Remember also to ask Allah s.w.t. for guidance especially when we read surah Al-Fatihah and we recite “ihdinas siratal mustaqeem” guide us to straight upright path.
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