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 messages 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:
Life is often noisy and full of distractions. Concerns and problems flood our minds. There is always so much to do! However, God wants the very best for you. God desires ease for you, and He does not desire hardship for you. (Qur’an; 2:185) You just have to know how to recognize it and lay hold of it.
If you have ever said to yourself, “I do not even have time to think,” then you know how hard it is to concentrate, when you are being bombarded from all sides. It is even harder to focus on God when you cannot take time to renew your minds and refresh your spirits by quiet reflection. God does not often shout to get your attention. Instead, He usually speaks to you in “a still small voice.”
So, what can you do to put yourselves in a position to hear God’s voice? You have to make time in your daily life to get quiet. I want to encourage you to find where you can get alone with the Lord. It may be a room in your house, outside under the trees, or some other place where you can shut out the noise and distractions of the world for just a few precious minutes. The key to renewing your mind, body and spirit is to develop the habit and discipline of meditating on the Word of God every day — even if it is for just a moment.
All holy books are filled with the blessings and benefits of meditating. To meditate simply means to reflect on the same thing repeatedly, visualize it and let the meaning of it sink deep down into your heart. Meditation is a spiritual practice that is encouraged throughout Qur’an.
Author: Abolfazl Sabouri
Meditation on God's word