Surah al A’raf [7:54] – Indeed, your Lord is Allah, who created the heavens and earth in six days and then established Himself above the Throne. He covers the night with the day, [another night] chasing it rapidly; and [He created] the sun, the moon, and the stars, subjected by His Command. Unquestionably, His is the creation and the command; blessed is Al.
AYAT AL KURSI: BISMILLAHIRRAHMANIRRAHEEM
ALLAH – there is none worthy of worship except Him; He is the Ever-Living (eternally, on His own) and the Upholder (keeps others established); He never feels drowsy nor does He sleep; to Him only belongs all whatever is in the heavens and all whatever is in the earth; who is he that can intercede (º) with Him except by His command? He knows what is in front of them and what is behind them; and they do not achieve anything of His knowledge except what He wills; His Throne (of Sovereignty) encompasses the heavens and the earth; and it is not difficult for Him to guard them; and He is the Supreme, the Greatest
(º) The Holy Prophet Sallallaho ‘Alayhe wa Aalehi Wa Sallam will be the first one to be granted the permission to intercede, others will follow.
.Surah Al-Isra’ [The Journey By Night] also known as Surah Bani Israel [The Children of Israel]
Ayat 111. And say: “All the praises and thanks be to Allah, Who has not begotten a son (nor an offspring), and Who has no partner in (His) Dominion, nor He is low to have a Wali (helper, protector or supporter). And magnify Him with all the magnificence, [Allahu-Akbar
[Tafseer] A first step towards the understanding of Allah’s attributes is to clear our mind from superstitions, such as that Allah begot a son, or that He has partners, or that He is dependent upon other beings to protect Him from harm and humiliation. We must realise that He is the One and Peerless. His greatness and glory are above anything we can conceive: but using our highest spiritual ideas, we must declare forth His greatness and glory. The Surah began with singing the glory and praises of Allah: it ends in the same note, concluding the argument. The next Surah takes up the same theme from another point of view, and opens with the same note, “Praise be to Allah”. (R).
This last Ayat of Surah Surah, Surah Al-Isra’ [The Journey By Night], 17th Surah of Al-Qur’an, this surah contained 111 ayats. (from tomorrow 18th Surah, Surah Al-‘Kahf [The Cave] also will start Insha Allah).
A person’s love for Surah Ikhlas symbolizes his/her love of Allah (subhana wa ta’ala) and His uniqueness. This surah affirms Allah’s Oneness, and shows th e true understanding of the Mighty Creator, who neither shares His power with anybody nor stands in need of anything.
Abu Sa’id al-Khudri (radi Allahu anhu) reported that the Messenger of Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said about Surah Ikhlas, “By Him in Whose hand my soul is, it is equal to one third of the Quran!” [Sahih Bukhari]