June 23, 2024

Surah Ar-Rum Ayat 34 & 35 Daily Qur’an & Hadith (26 August 2023)

English Translation of Al-Quran

[30].Surah Ar-Rum [The Romans]

Ayat 34. So as to be ungrateful for the graces which Allah has bestowed on them. Then enjoy (your short life); but you will come to know.

Ayat 35. Or have Allah revealed to them a Scripture, which speaks of that which they have been associating with Him?

Tafseer of Surah Al Rum (The Romans) Ayat 34 and 35. (As if) to show their ingratitude for the (favors) Allah have bestowed on them! Then enjoy (your brief day); but soon will ye know (your folly). Cf 16:54. They are welcome to their fancies and false worship, and to the enjoyment of the pleasures of this Life, but they will soon be disillusioned. Then they will realize the true values of the things they neglected and the things they cultivated. 35. Or has Allah sent down authority to them, which points out to them the things to which they pay part-worship? Their behavior is exactly as if they were satisfied within themselves that they were entitled or given a license to worship God and Mammon. In fact the whole thing is their own invention or delusion.

English Translation of Hadith 

Hazrat Abu Dharr (May Allah be pleased with him) reported: The Messenger of Allah  [SAWW](PBUH) said, “Allah, the Almighty, says: `Whosoever does a good deed, will have (reward) ten times like it and I add more; and whosoever does an evil, will have the punishment like it or I will forgive (him); and whosoever approaches Me by one span, I will approach him by one cubit; and whosoever approaches Me by one cubit, I approach him by one fathom, and whosoever comes to Me walking, I go to him running; and whosoever meets Me with an earth-load of sins without associating anything with Me, I meet him with forgiveness like that”.

[Muslim Book 035, Ch-06, Hadith # 6499]

Lesson : as mentioned above in Surah Ar-Rum [The Romans] Ayat 35. “Have Allah revealed to them a Scripture, which speaks of that which they have been associating with Him?” This Hadith mentions the infinite Compassion and Mercy of Allah to His obedient slaves and a special expression of which will be made by Him on the Day of Resurrection. On that Day, He will give at least ten rewards for each good deed. In some cases, it may be far more than that, seven hundred times or more, as He would like. Such benevolence on His part warrants that a Muslim should never lose hope of His forgiveness.