Quran learning, reading and understand the Quran in Arabic Language Course online
In the name of God, the Compassionate with all creation, the Merciful with believers.
All praises are for God, Lord of all that exists, the Compassionate, the Merciful.
Absolute sovereign of the Day of Judgment, only to you we adore you and only for you we implore help.
Guide us on the right path in (Arabic Language Course)!
The way of those you have filled with your favors. Not those who fell in your wrath or those who went astray.
Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of God be upon him) told us that this chapter in the Koran is like no other. There is nothing similar in any previous writing. When one recites this chapter with sincerity, he professes his belief as a true Muslim.
All praises are for God
When you say that all praise is only for God. You recognize that He alone has the attributes of perfection. And that He alone is the giver of all the goodness that all His creation enjoys. And since gratitude is the essence of worship. You also recognize that Allah is the only one who deserves worship.
Lord of everything that exists
The Arabic Language Course word for Lord, Rabb, transmits a diversity of meanings that are not represented accurately by the word “Lord” of Spanish. It means that He is the only one that possesses, that creates, that sustains. And that deals with everything is existing. There is one relationship between Him and all creation define as that He is the Creator of all that is.
Therefore, He cannot be anyone’s father in a real sense. To say that He is the Creator. And that He is also the father of someone of His creation is a contradiction of terms. You do not create your son; you engender him. This is why the Koran always continues to remember.
Those who claim that God has children (like the Arabs who used to say that angels were the daughters of God. Christians said that Jesus is the gods son and a Jewish sect that used to believe and said that Ezra is the Gods son). But that God is the Creator and Owner of everything.
The Compassionate, the Merciful
The two Arabic Language Course words, Rahman and Rahim, on which this phrase is based on Spanish. Are two intensive forms of a root word that transmit the message of mercy. Rahman is more intense than Rahim and refers to the mercy of God that encompasses everything; His mercy is not for a special person. But to all His creation in this life and in the life to come. Rahim refers to His special mercy towards believers. There is never created being can, therefore, be Rahman. But created beings can be described or called as Rahim in a limited and cleared special sense of this word.
Absolute Sovereign of the Day of Judgment
God is the Sovereign of all day and all things, but while some people may have some limited sovereignty or even falsely claim that they have it. No one can be or claim to be sovereign, in any sense, of the Day of Judgment. On that day, God will ask His creation: “Whose sovereignty is today?” And the answer will be: “Of God, He who has absolute dominion over everything was excited.” And This reminds us of the [fact] that this world is only a temporary [station] on the way to the final step. In which we will reward or punish for what we do here.
We only adore you and only from You we implore help
The previous verses were like an introduction to this. It is as if you were saying: “Because I recognize the fact that all praise is for You, that You are the Lord of all that exists. That You are the Most Compassionate and the Most Merciful. And that You alone are the Sovereign of the Day of Judgment. ,I at this moment declare that I do not adore anyone other than You and that I do not seek help from anyone but You alone “.
This verse underscores the fact that it is important not only to worship God. But to worship nothing and no one else since no one except Him deserves worship. Worship in the broadest sense of the word includes not obeying anyone but only Him in an absolute sense. That you love no one more than you love Him. And that you do not pray or beg but only Him.
This includes not seeking help from anyone other than God. Which does not mean that you do not offer or accept help from any of the creatures created by God in the matters in which they can help. It only means that you have the certainty that, even when you give or receive help, such help, ultimately, comes from God, since nothing in this world occurs except by His will and power. So only the help you seek comes from Him, and ultimately you depend solely and absolutely on Him.
Guide us on the straight path
Having recognized all these truths about God, and having declared that it is only He that we adore and Whom we ask for help. Now we ask Him to give us what we most need: to know and take the shortest path that leads to Him. It is God; we are convinced that such guidance must come from Him, that it must be available to anyone that wants to follow it.
And that there should be no doubt about the fact that it comes from Him. That guide, as we know, cannot be found more completely than in the words of God. The words that He revealed to His chosen prophets, such as Noah, Abraham, Moses, Jesus, and Muhammad (peace be upon them all). But we also know with certainty that none of the books containing that guide are available to us today, except only one: the Koran.
It is in this only Divine Book that we must go to a detailed description of the Right Path that leads to our Lord. This is an absolute path that was given to each Prophet and Messenger of God and never change with the passage of time.
Not the ones who fell in your wrath or the ones who went astray
Just as the Right Path has been described positively, the paths of those who deviated from it are described negatively. We should always ask our Lord to take us away from the paths taken by two kinds of deviant people: those who knew the truth about religion and yet refused to act according to it and therefore won the wrath of God. And those, who accommodated their religion to their wishes and thus went astray. The[Holy Qur’an] tells us in some detail about its main divisions, among the greatest of which is not having great respect for God or His words: they attribute imperfect and even insulting traits, distort His words to be compatible with their desires or preferences, and commit immoralities in the name of religion.