Today is the third day of the #SurahAlMulk30DayChallenge and we are reading and memorizing verse 4 of Surah Al-Mulk.
Verse 3 from Surah Al-Mulk also teaches us how to observe Allah’s creation. It teaches us to observe Allah’s creation
using the lense of Ar-Rahman. The phrase “ma tara fi khalqir Rahmani min tafawut” implies that when we view
Allah’s creation using the lense of Ar-Rahman we shall see the signs of His Mighty Magnificence and seamless perfection
Today our challenge take us to reading, understanding and memorizing verse 4. Verse 4 of Surah Al-Mulk teaches us that
it is useless and tiresome affair to find the fault or imperfection in the creation of Allah. The Might of His Magnificence
can be felt in the heart of a servant when looking at His creation. And when the Might of Allah’s Magnificence is felt,
it shall leave the servant in a state of humility.
“Then return [your] vision twice again. [Your] vision will return to you humbled while it is fatigued.” Surah Al-Mulk, Verse 4
This state of humility drives us to look within our own shortcomings and invest more on improving ourselves
rather then looking externally at others; it will only makes us tired and waste our time. But if we direct our effort on
our growing our imaan, our amaal. In due time we ourselves will reap the benefits. A servant’s humility is his zeal,
it is what giving spirit to his amaal grows it.
I hope this motivates you to read, understand and memorize verse 3 from Surah Al-Mulk.
InsyaAllah if Allah wills, i see you tomorrow.