In Surah al-Duha (93:5), after two oaths to the morning’s glorious bright light and the night’s serenity and stillness, Allah, Al-Muqaddim (The Expeditor and Advancer), informs Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him and his family, that our Lord has not forsaken him nor is not displeased with him. This ayat (verse) was revealed when the Prophet was facing hardships, torment and taunts in Makkah because he had not received revelation for a while. The surah (chapter) gave the Prophet much relief, hope, optimism and strength when Allah revealed to him that soon the Lord of the Worlds will give him so abundantly that he will be content, satisfied and pleased (ridwan). Allah reminds the Prophet that surely the Hereafter is better than the present life, even though he has been granted Allah’s Help, Love and Blessings throughout, even as an orphan child, lost and wandering and in need. This ayat ensures the believing steadfast Muslims that we, too, will not be forsaken by Allah, the Loving, and we will also receive blessings with which we will be well-pleased because we can expect that Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him and his family, will intercede with Allah for us, inshallah (Allah Willing).
Writing in Dark Parrot Green; Design in Very Dark Salmon, Lemon and Medium Parrot Green; Border in Lemon
3.7” X 4.7”