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    Immense Rewards for Reciting the Qur'an in Ramadan


    The Quran has even more of an important significance in the month of Ramadan, the month of fasting.

    Allah says (interpretation of the meaning):

    The month of Ramadan in which was revealed the Quran, a guidance for mankind and clear proofs for the guidance and the criterion (between right and wrong) [Quran al-Baqarah 2:185]

    Jibreel used to come to the Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) every night in Ramadaan, and study the Quran with him. (al-Bukhaari, 5; Muslim, 4268)

    10 rewards for each letter of the Qur'an outside Ramadan:

    Outside of Ramadan there are 10 rewardsRasulallah (Sallallahu Alaihi wasallam) saysWhoever reads a letter from the Book of Allah will receive a hasanah (good deed) from it (i.e. his recitation), and the hasanah is multiplied by ten. [At-Tirmidhi, Ad-Darimi]

    Good deeds multiplied by 70 in Ramadan

    But in Ramadan ALL good deeds are multiplied by 70 or more:

    The Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) said: (Sahih Ibn Khuzaymah, no. 1887)


    Each letter of Qur'an rewarded 700 good deeds or morea minimum of 700 good deeds or more. The greater our intentions and the more sincere we are then our rewards will be multiplied even more!


    Those who struggle to read get DOUBLE THE REWARD!

    But for those who struggle with reciting the Qur'an they will recieve double the reward of a minimum of 1400 good deeds for each letter:


    [Al-Bukhari and Muslim]

    This hadith proves that people who are not well versed in the Arabic languge or have other difficulties in reciting the Quran, get even a higher reward for reciting the Quran in Arabic for their extra effort. So they should never feel down about not being able to recite as well for they will be given double the reward.

    No time to waste!
    10 steps to increase our imaan(faith)
    http://www.ummah.com/forum/showthread.php?t=192926
    Forty Good Deeds to do Everyday!
    http://www.ummah.com/forum/showthread.php?t=230798

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    Re: Immense Rewards for Reciting the Qur'an in Ramadan

    JZK for this :)
    'Nor say of anything,"I shall be sure to do so and so tomorrow" without adding, " if Allah (SWT) Wills" (18:23-24)

    QuranExplorer.com, where you can Listen to the Holy Recitation and Translation online in Arabic and English : http://www.quranexplorer.com/quran/ :)

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    • #3
      Re: Immense Rewards for Reciting the Qur'an in Ramadan

      Let us set ourselves a reasonable target of how much Qur'an we are going to recite. We can recite SO much more if we made better use of our time. We should stay awau from anything which will distract us from wht is important like idle talk, TV, video games etc. Remember this may be our very last Ramadan so we cannot afford to waste any time for each second is precious in this blessed month.

      So we should try to finish the Qur'an as much as possible and know that we will gain a minimum of 700 good deeds or more for each letter. Those who struggle to read will earn 1400 good deeds per letter. Subhanallah.

      The greater our intention the more reward we will get for EVERY good deed!
      10 steps to increase our imaan(faith)
      http://www.ummah.com/forum/showthread.php?t=192926
      Forty Good Deeds to do Everyday!
      http://www.ummah.com/forum/showthread.php?t=230798

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      • #4
        Re: Immense Rewards for Reciting the Qur'an in Ramadan

        The night of power is the night the Qur'an was revealed so we should increase our recitation especially in the last 10 days and nights of Ramadan!

        EVERY letter is rewarded 700 times or more. For those who struggle are rewarded DOUBLE 1400 rewards a letter! Subhanallah how generous is Allah?
        10 steps to increase our imaan(faith)
        http://www.ummah.com/forum/showthread.php?t=192926
        Forty Good Deeds to do Everyday!
        http://www.ummah.com/forum/showthread.php?t=230798

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        • #5
          Re: Immense Rewards for Reciting the Qur'an in Ramadan

          Reciting the Qur'an in abundance during the blessed month of Ramadan:


          Ramadan is the month of the Qur'an so we should do our utmost to recite the Qur'an as much as possible for the reward of every good act is multiplied by 70 during Ramadan. So if there are ten rewards for reciting one letter of the Qur'an outside of Ramadan then if we multiply ten by 70 then that makes upto 700 rewards for reciting just one letter of the Qur'an. Subhaanallah.

          Those who struggle reciting the Qur'an get double the reward:

          So those who struggle to recite the Qur'an get upto 1400 good deeds for reciting each letter. The bigger and better our intentions then the more Allah will reward us for every good act. So these rewards are just minimum.

          Set targets: Therefore we should set a realistic target for ourselves of how much of the Qur'an we will recite depending on what we have to do in our day. If we are free then alhamdulillah we should aim for a minimum of 3 Qur'an in this month or more. If we are working and busy then one Qur'an is possible.

          It is best to break down what you will recite in manageable chunks. For example read half a juz before Dhuhr, Half after, half before Asr, Half after, A half before Maghrib and then half before sleep etc. In this way we can recite the Qur'an a little bit at a time and that way not feel fatigued, restless and avoid getting bored. We should also take regular breaks and even do Dhikr in between or just rest for a while.

          So set yourself daily targets of how much Qur'an you will recite and devote much of your worship on reciting the Qur'an as it is the month of the Qur'an.
          10 steps to increase our imaan(faith)
          http://www.ummah.com/forum/showthread.php?t=192926
          Forty Good Deeds to do Everyday!
          http://www.ummah.com/forum/showthread.php?t=230798

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          • #6
            Re: Immense Rewards for Reciting the Qur'an in Ramadan

            :jkk:

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            • #7
              Re: Immense Rewards for Reciting the Qur'an in Ramadan

              Asalaam alaykam, I wanted to add that We could make reciting the durood a regular job especially as there must be greater reward if it's recited in Ramadan. Here is a short one: durood e wali: 'oh Allah send blessings on Muhammad our chief the unlettered apostle and his family thy favours and thy salutations.
              Also if you recite the following durood just once you get the sawab of 600,000 duroods: oh Allah shower blessings upon Muhammad our master in the number that is in thy knowledge such that those blessings may continue forever eternal as thy kingdom.

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              • #8
                Re: Immense Rewards for Reciting the Qur'an in Ramadan

                You forgot to add how there are over 300000 letter in the quran. That over atleast 3 million rewards on a normal month if you finish it. If you reading in ramadan thats well over 200 Million just for reading once through.. Do the math :D

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                • #9
                  Re: Immense Rewards for Reciting the Qur'an in Ramadan

                  We also know the Quran will intercede for us on the Day of Judgement, if we fullfilled its rights. Can sum1 post that hadith?
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                  Please remember to share these links with people you know so they can also benefit from them. :jkk:

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                  • #10
                    Re: Immense Rewards for Reciting the Qur'an in Ramadan

                    :salams

                    Originally posted by geeksupremo View Post
                    :salams

                    Aboo Umaamah relates that the Prophet :saw: said: "Read the Qur’an, for verily it will come on the Day of Standing as an intercessor for its companions." [Muslim]

                    "The Qur'an is an intercessor (which by Allah's permission) intercedes, and an opponent (which is) truthful. He who appoints it as his leader, (then it) will lead him to Paradise. And he who puts it behind him, (then it) will lead him to the Fire." [Ibn Hibban, Al-Bayhaqi, At-Tabarani, Sahih]

                    "Fasting and the Qur'an will intercede for the slave on the Day of Resurrection. Fasting will say: 'O My Rabb! I prevented him from food and desires, so accept my intercession for him.' And the Qur'an will say: 'I prevented him from sleep during the night, so accept my intercession for him.' He :saw: said: 'And they will (be allowed to) intercede.'" [Ahmad, at-Tabarani, Al-Hakim, Sahih]

                    :jkk:

                    Originally posted by MoMo. View Post
                    , in the biography of ‘Ubay b. Ka’b

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                    • #11
                      Re: Immense Rewards for Reciting the Qur'an in Ramadan

                      :salams
                      :jkk:
                      That narration where the Quran says "I kept him asleep at night" was the narration i was looking for. Its a great narration.
                      Allah is always watching [VIDEO]

                      How To Weep For The Fear Of Allah

                      Please remember to share these links with people you know so they can also benefit from them. :jkk:

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                        Re: Immense Rewards for Reciting the Qur'an in Ramadan

                        bump

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                        • #13
                          Re: Immense Rewards for Reciting the Qur'an in Ramadan

                          Tips for reciting more Qur'an during Ramadan:


                          Splitting up what you recite of the Qur'an


                          Rather than read 50 pages in one go try splitting it up. So read 5 pages before Fajr and 5 pages after. 5 Pages before Dhuhr and 5 pages after. Then for Asr the most precious time for worship is between Asr and Maghrib so you can read half a juz (chapter) or even one juz. Then recite 5 pages before sleep.

                          In this way you have broken down all of your recitation into manageable chunks so you don't feel fatigued or overwhelmed.


                          How to stay motivated


                          A good way of motivating yourself is to think to yourself that outside of Ramadan we get 10 rewards for reciting each letter of the Qur'an. But in Ramadan all deeds are multiplied by 10 so you get a minimum of 100 rewards for each letter you recite. Subhaanallah. That is immense rewards! So everytime you get lazy or feel demotivated just imagine missing out on 100 rewards for each letter and think to yourself that this offer is only available ONCE a year for just 30 days.

                          These rewards we will desperately need on the day of judgement as we will BEG others for just ONE good deed but no one will give it to us because they will also be in desperate need. So can we afford to miss out on 100 rewards for just one letter? Thats hundreds of thousands of rewards each day if we read a reasonable amount of Qur'an. Subhaanallah. So keep these rewards in your mind and whilst your reading imagine getting 100 rewards for each letter. That is just minimum Allah can reward MUCH more.


                          Take regular breaks


                          Throughout the day you will be taking a lot of breaks so as to not overwhelm yourself because it is important to have some "me" time. So you can relax or go for a short walk and clear your head or just relax and do dhikr. Meditation is very good for you and relieves stress. So meditating about the signs of Allah is a wonderful way to relax and at the same time gain immense rewards.


                          Taking regular breaks will help to avoid burnout . You can read your favourite "halal" book lol. Go for a walk in the park to freshen your head. Call a good friend who havent spoken to for a while (remembering not to partake in idle talk), or just relax with family.


                          By having regular rests we will be able to re-focus again on the task at hand. Overwhelming ourselves can do more harm than good as it may cause us to suddenly slip and fall and not be able to get back up again. So regular little breaks are very important.
                          10 steps to increase our imaan(faith)
                          http://www.ummah.com/forum/showthread.php?t=192926
                          Forty Good Deeds to do Everyday!
                          http://www.ummah.com/forum/showthread.php?t=230798

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                            Re: Immense Rewards for Reciting the Qur'an in Ramadan

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                              Re: Immense Rewards for Reciting the Qur'an in Ramadan

                              Rewards, Benefits and Virtues of Quran and its Recitation

                              http://www.iqrasense.com/quran/rewar...ecitation.html
                              10 steps to increase our imaan(faith)
                              http://www.ummah.com/forum/showthread.php?t=192926
                              Forty Good Deeds to do Everyday!
                              http://www.ummah.com/forum/showthread.php?t=230798

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