The Quran is the word of the God and the sacred book of Islam, the Quran is the word of the God and the sacred book of Islam, that was revealed to the prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and proclaimed by him to the people.
There are a strong bond and a close relationship between the Quran and Ramadan month, a relationship that is felt by a sincere believer and a campaign of the Quran, this relation can be explained by the following.
First: the descent of the Quran.
God Almighty said: “It is the month of Ramadan in which the Quran was revealed, as a guidance for mankind, clear proofs giving guidance, and the criterion (for distinguishing right and wrong), so whoever of you witnesses this month, let him fast it.” [2:185].
Second: the relationship of Laylat al-Qadr with the Qur’an.
Allah Almighty revealed the great Quran in the most blessed month, “Ramadan”, in the most blessed night in Ramadan. This one night surpasses the value of 30,000 nights and better than 1000 months! This night called: “Laiylatul Qadr” and that means “the night of predestination”.
The Almighty said “Verily, We have sent it (this Quran) down in the night of Al-Qadr”. [Al-Qadr97: 1], and said: “Truly, we revealed this (Book) in a Night full of blessings (Lailatul Qadr, as) it has been Our wont to warn (people against evil)”. [Ad-Dukhan3].
Third: diligence (Ijtihad).
The holy month of Ramadan is the month of fasting and later feasting, that what many non-Muslims think of. Nevertheless, to Muslims, Ramadan is not just about fasting; they know Ramadan as the month of the Quran, a time when the sacred scripture is recited, read and rehearsed.
It is the month of seriousness, diligence and competition in the rituals, as Allah said: “And for this let (all) those strive who want to strive”. Which means to gain the God blessings by worshipping, let the boasters boast let the competitors compete and race toward the likes of this.
Therefore, this month is not merely a test of obedience and self-control; it is a celebration of the Quran sent to us. The best way to celebrate this compassion is to recite it, especially during Ramadan.
For those, who already accustomed to reading the Quran every Ramadan, try to complete the entire Quran, if you have not done so in the past, take this opportunity to enter the habit of reading the Quran daily even when the month of Ramadan ends.
The Importance of reciting the Quran with meaning.
A person who recites the Quran must observe the proper etiquette of recitation. Some of them make intention sincere to Allah. He reads it in a state of purity uses the Siwaak and reads it while thinking about its meaning and observing total consciousness.
“And we have indeed made the Quran easy to understand and remember, and then is there any that will remember (or receive admonition)?” [54:17], which means God told us to read the Quran with meaning, Quran is the guide for all humanity, which also includes you. Since neither of us wants to be misleading, it is extremely important not only to read the Quran but also to understand and implement it in our lives as well.
How to find and finish reading the Quran in Ramadan?
Perhaps some people say: How can we find the Quran written to read, because they may face real difficulty in finding a copy of the Quran. You can find written Quran online on many websites that make it easier for you. Just search about the name of the Surah, and you will find it to read.
You can also know how to pronounce it if you learned the Arabic language and the interpretation of the verse to understand the meaning.
Some people may say: How can we finish reading the entire Quran in Ramadan?
this is difficult!
Nevertheless, it is very possible if they follow a clear plan to finish reading the entire Quran in Ramadan.
There is a simple method: you can read 4 pages of the Quran after every Salah. Make sure you understand it.
There is 5 prayers X 4 pages = 20 pages.
20 pages = is about 1 juzu’.
1 juzu’ X 30 = the entire Qur’an, so simple!
The month of Ramadan, which means blessings and more blessings, this is what we will get when we offer compulsory deeds and righteous deeds during the month.