Hawzah News Agency (Qom, Iran) – The Qur’an is the very word of God; a complete record of the exact words revealed by Almighty God through the Archangel Gabriel to His Last Messenger. This holy book is not just a torch of guidance for afterlife, and if you look at it close enough, you would find important massages for living in this life as well.
Here we are going to present some informative Articles about how you can relate on the verses of Qur’an in real life which potentially would lead to solving your personal and social problems and having a very spiritual and beautiful life by accepting God’s commands:
You all have times when you wake up in the morning and feel the blahs and blues; you do not feel very excited. However, just because you feel those emotions does not mean you have to stay there and give in to them; you can shake it off and move forward in faith relying on God’s strength.
Know that having to choose to rule over negative feelings is something every person has to deal with. Do not think you are alone if you feel this way. Turn to God and His hope. Do not think, “If I just had more money, if I had a better job, if I had a different spouse, then I would be in a good mood; then I would not have to deal with these feelings.” No, you may think that, but every person has to fight the temptation to just give in and live by how he feels. God Almighty says, “We will surely test you with a measure of fear and hunger and a loss of wealth, lives, and fruits; and give good news to the patient, those who, when an affliction visits them, say," Indeed we belong to God, and to Him do we indeed return.” (Qur’an; 2: 155-156) and says, “We will surely test you until we ascertain those of you who wage jihad (and strive) and those who are steadfast, and we shall appraise your record.” (Qur’an; 47:31)
One of the disciples of Imam Sadiq (peace be upon him) ask him about trial and tribulation and how Almighty God reserves it for the believer. The Imam answered: “The Messenger of God (peace be upon him and his pure progeny) was asked as to who was most severely put to trial in the world. He said, “The Prophets, then the closer to perfection, and then the closer; and the believer is put to test in proportion to his faith and the merit of his deeds; he whose belief is correct and his deeds good, his trial is harder, and he whose belief is feeble and his deeds weaker, his trial is lesser”.
Author: Abolfazl Sabouri
Meditation on God's word