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Memorizing the Quran is one of a Muslim’s most virtuous and rewarding acts. It is a sacred act that provides enormous spiritual benefits, strengthens one’s faith, and connects one to Allah’s teachings. For Muslims, the Quran is the ultimate source of guidance, and memorizing it allows one to internalize and apply its teachings daily.

The task of memorizing the entire Quran is enormous, but the rewards are equally immense. The benefits of learning the Quran include becoming one of Allah’s favorites, increasing your memory through Hifz, receiving recognition from angels, and having the Quran act as your representative on the Day of Judgement. Every aspect of memorizing the Quran reveals new spiritual development and personal advancement levels. Join us as we explore the profound and interrelated benefits of learning the Quran.

1- Memorizing the Quran raises one’s rank in Jannah.

 Memorizing the Quran is a means of achieving the highest ranks of Jannah, as promised by Allah in numerous Quranic verses and Hadith. Allah says in Surah Al-Baqarah (2:285):

“The Messenger has believed in what was revealed to him from his Lord, and [so have] the believers. All of them have believed in Allah and His angels and His books and His messengers, [saying], ‘We make no distinction between any of His messengers.’ And they say, ‘We hear and we obey. [We seek] Your forgiveness, our Lord, and to You is the [final] destination.’”

Memorizing the Quran and practicing its teachings demonstrates one’s faith and obedience to Allah’s commands. The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) also emphasized the importance of memorizing the Quran in achieving a high status in Paradise.

2- Parents with the Highest Ranks and Rewards

When these two parents receive the highest ranks and rewards that are more precious than the world and what is in it, they ask in astonishment: Where do we get such and we do not have – as far as we know – What kind of work and obedience qualifies us to win this great dignity? They respond: By teaching your son the Qur’an, being patient with him, and providing genuine advice. As a result, the owner of the Qur’an is among the most obedient to his parents.

The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said,

“Whoever recites the Quran and learns it and then acts upon it is adorned with a crown of light on the Day of Judgement; its radiance is like the sun’s. His parents are adorned with two jewels the world could never contain, so they say, ‘Why have we been adorned as such?’ It will be said, ‘For what your child has acquired of Quran.”

3- Memorising the Quran is a source of pride.

The hafiz (memorizer) is a real VIP. Because he is a hafiz, he is automatically qualified for some leadership positions. In a prayer congregation, for example, the person who knows the most Quran leads the prayer. Even after death, you are honored. In a mass burial, the hagfish is buried ahead of everyone else. To emphasize their superiority, the Prophet buried the martyrs who had memorized the Quran in front of those who had not during the battle of Uhud.

And hereafter, “the one who recites the Qur’an and learns it by heart will be with the noble righteous scribes”(Al-Bukhari).

In another place, the Prophet (PBUH) said: “Indeed Allah will elevate some people with this book, and he will degrade others with it.”(Muslim)

4- Memorization of the Quran protects against hellfire

Hifz Quran, or memorizing the Quran, protects from the torments of Hellfire. Individuals who learn the Quran receive the reward of protection from the flames of hell. 

This advantage stems from the belief that those who memorize and uphold the Quran’s teachings are protected from trials and tribulations in the afterlife. The Quran emphasizes the importance of those who learn and apply its teachings, assuring them of protection from Hell’s punishment.

The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) says,

“Read the Qur’an, for it will come as an intercessor for its reciters on the Day of Resurrection.”

5- Hifz Quran improves Memory, Body, and Soul

Memorization of the Quran benefits the mind, body, and soul. The Quran restores health to the body and mind and brings peace to the depressed soul. It has been discovered that memorizing the Quran improves focus and learning ability. It improves overall capabilities.

“O mankind! there hath come to you a direction from your Lord and a healing for the (diseases) in your hearts,- and for those who believe, a guidance and a Mercy”. (Quran 10:57)

The Messenger of Allah Muhammad (PBUH) said:

“Indeed, the one who does not have the Qur’an inside him (his heart) is like the ruined house.”

6- Allah considers you to be one of the best people.

Reflecting on this Ayah, we realize Allah will protect His words through Huffaz. There are billions of Muslims worldwide, and not everyone is gifted with the ability to memorize the Quran or any of its portions. 

Those who have memorized any part of the Quran are undoubtedly Allah’s favorites because they have done so with Allah’s help and will.

Our beloved Prophet (PBUH) has guided us by saying:

“The best of you is the one who learns the Quran and teaches it.”

7- Entering the Noble Angels’ company

Comprehension, memorization, recitation, and Tajweed are all parts of learning. Allah looks down on the minutes and hours spent in this field with love, mercy, and barakah. According to hadith, angels conceal and cast a shadow over the assembly of Allah’s people as they learn the Quran. Nothing could convince someone to connect with the Quran more than the presence of angels surrounding them. 

The messenger of ALLAH Muhammad (PBUH) once said: 

“The angels attend the house where the Quran is recited, and the devils leave it. It [the house] becomes spacious for those living in it, and its goodness becomes abundant, whereas the house in which the Quran is not recited is attended by the devils, and the angels leave it. It becomes narrow for those living in it, and its goodness becomes little.”

8. Allow the Quran to Speak for You

According to a reliable hadith, your Quran and your fast will stand up for you on the day of the Resurrection. The Quran will intervene and state:

I kept him from sleeping during the night; let me intercede for him. And they (The Fast and the Quran) will be allowed to negotiate.”

Recognize it from the perspective of Hifz. Assume for the moment that you have committed Surah Al-Mulk to memory and that you have continued to recite it before going to bed because you have heard that it will protect you from hellfire. These verses will now stand up for you on the Day of Judgement, telling Allah that so and so continued to recite me, saving him from your Ghazab.

9: Recalling the Quran helps one live a life with meaning.

The messenger of ALLAH Muhammad (PBUH) says:

“Take benefit of five before five: your youth before your old age, your wealth before your sickness, your wealth before your poverty, your free time before your pre-occupation, and your life before your death.”

Every moment we have spent living will be held accountable on the Day of Judgment. By committing the Quran to memory, we are making the most of our time and increasing the value of our good deeds.

10. Inner serenity and a spiritual connection

Memorizing the Quran, or Hifz Quran, helps people develop inner peace and a strong spiritual connection. Deeply interacting with the verses, their interpretations, and the Quran’s message promotes spiritual fulfillment and peace. 

This close relationship with the sacred text provides comfort and a deep sense of peace as a source of spiritual strength and guidance during uncertain times. 

11. Increase the Prizes by Ten

You receive ten rewards for each word you read. The hadith also states that (Alif-Laam-Meem) is regarded as three words. Imagine for a moment that you have only learned one Surah, Al-Kauther, which consists of just three verses and forty-three letters. After multiplying it by ten, you will receive 430 suitable needs. You only recited one short surah. 

Your benefits will keep increasing even if you keep editing this Surah. Consider the benefits you could receive hereafter from learning a juz, half the Quran, or the entire book by heart. We are here to perform to the best of our abilities, so aim higher rather than memorize small bits of information.

The Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi wasallam) said:

 “Whoever recites one Word from the Book of Allah will be rewarded for a good deed and ten more like it, and I don’t say that Alif Lam Mim is a letter, but Alif is a letter, and Lam is a letter, and Mim is a letter” (Tirmidhi & Al-Dareemi)

12. Many Health Benefits of Memorising the Quran

The Quran undoubtedly contains the cure for all known and unknown diseases that exist in the world. Reciting the Ayaat that the Prophet SAWW told us will heal you if you know how to use the Quran for Shifa. This is a list of the Hifz Quran’s health benefits.

  • It improves focus and concentration.
  • It offers shifa for illnesses that cannot be cured by medicine.
  • It enhances the stability and functionality of the brain.
  • It maintains you are eating only halal food.
  • It gives the memory box a lift.
  • It aids in recovering from mental illnesses like depression.

Wrap-Up

Numerous blessings come to the Muslim Hafiz in this life and the next. Memorizing the Quran makes a Muslim Allah and Islam person because they bear the Book of Allah SWT, follow its teachings, and pass it on to others. You can access all good things if you can memorize the Quran. If you mlearnthe Quran, you will receive ten good deeds for every letter! You will be reborn after the Quran erases your worries, grief, and past accumulation.

When asked about the Prophet’s ethics, A’ysha (may Allah be pleased with her) responded, “His ethics was the Quran.” If you want your ethics to be like the Prophet’s (PBUH), you must commit the Quran to memory!