The Importance Of The Quran

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The Quran is the most significant text in existence for Muslims all around the world. It is their holy book, in which teaches followers of Islam in how to guide their lives. The holy text states “And We send down of the Qur 'an that which is healing and mercy for the believers, but it does not increase the wrongdoers except in loss” (17:82). Although the Quran is not a book of science or medicine, it provides guidance in leading to spiritual and somatic health for the individual. According to Muslims, following God’s orders for human conduct and reciting verses from the Quran will help them to lead a healthy lifestyle. Furthermore, the Sunnah material in the hadith collection, in which contains the practices and knowledge of Prophet Muhammad, complements the teachings in the Quran of how Muslims should lead their lives. Based on Muslims’ beliefs, the Quran and the hadith are essential texts that can be used jointly to enable them to be healed from mental and physical ailments. The Quran demonstrates the importance of its text to assist in guiding Muslims to the right path and achieve spiritual contentment. In the Quran, it explains how created humans, beginning with Adam, and gave him and the rest of humans the power of creative knowledge. Nevertheless, the Quran states that humans were given the trust of the world, “but they refused to accept it and were afraid of it” and thus “humans have not yet fulfilled what God has commanded them through their primordial
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