On Fri, Sep 19, 2014 at 11:42 PM, Junaid Tahir <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Surah Yusuf is a surah with many lessons for anybody at any age, living in
> any place.
> Love your siblings. (Ayah)
> Never be jealous, it can lead you to killing someone. (Ayah 10)
> Sometimes you know when someone is lying, but you shouldn't say it without
> proof. (Ayah 13)
> Don't keep false promises. (Ayah 14)
> Never lie. (Ayah 17+18)
> Allah will always take care of his true servants. (Ayah 19)
> Allah teaches the Prophets so that they can teach others. (Ayah 21)
> Don't leave young men alone with women. Always control your desires. (Ayah
> 23 + 24)
> When you do something wrong, admit it, and don't blame someone else. (Ayah
> Stand up for the truth! (Ayah 26)
> Don't cover up the truth, act fairly. (Ayah 29)
> We must live a good life, so people will have confidence in us. People who
> have knowledge influence others in any circumstance. (Ayah 36)
> When you have the chance, always tell others about your religion. (Ayah 37)
> Call people to the true faith. Sometimes it is good to compare to explain
> something. (Ayah 39)
> Ask only from Allah, and no one else. (Ayah 42)
> Don't justify ignorance. (Ayah 44)
> People must always think long term. Always be prepared for disasters. (Ayah
> When judging a situation, you must be fair. (Ayah 51)
> Try to protect your honor. (Ayah 52)
> Always have a good intention. (Ayah 55)
> Allah gives all power. (Ayah 56)
> Always keep in mind about the hereafter. (Ayah 57)
> Be kind to those who aren't kind to us. (Ayah 59)
> Trust in Allah, and believe in him to guard us. (Ayah 64)
> Always listen to your parents. (Ayah 68)
> Don't talk about someone when they are not there. (Ayah 77)
> Observe the rules of fairness for everyone. The guilty one has to be
> punished, not the innocent. (Ayah 79)
> Always obey your parents. (Ayah 80)
> Always be patient under all circumstances, and never lose hope in Allah. The
> true believer will feel that whatever happens will happen for the best.
> (Ayah 83)
> Your parent's love is true love. (Ayah 85)
> Try to hold in your anger. A person, who believes in Allah, will only
> complain to Allah. (Ayah 86)
> Don't lose hope in Allah. Always believe there was a good reason why
> something happened. (Ayah 87)
> When we don't know why something is happening, remember that Allah has a
> reason. (Ayah 88)
> Always have patience, and Allah will grant you what you want most. (Ayah 90)
> If you have the faith, Allah will always be there. (Ayah 91)
> When you have power over your enemy, always forgive him. If you
> forgive somebody, then Allah will forgive you. The people who forgive
> others, are the servants of Allah. (Ayah 92)
> Jealousy is a disease which affects the soul. (Ayah 95)
> Allah is the most forgiving, and there is no sin he won't forgive, other
> than shirk. No matter how big the sin is, Allah will always be there to
> forgive it. Allah's actions can never be questioned. (Ayah 98)
> Respect your parents. (Ayah 99)
> Your parents are superior to you, and you must always give them a higher
> status. (Ayah 100)
> A true believer's prayer will be that he dies a Muslim. (Ayah 101)
> Learning history is important. (Ayah 102)
> We have no excuse to reject the call of the Prophet. He is not asking for
> anything in return. His conveying of the message is benefiting you only.
> (Ayah 104)
> We have to observe and learn from the signs of Allah. E.g. Sun, moon, stars,
> and ocean etc. (Ayah 105)
> The Day of Judgment will come without a warning. The earth and the people
> will be in total confusion. (Ayah 107)
> A prophet will always call people to Allah only. If we are the followers of
> the Prophet, we must also call people towards Allah with our actions. (Ayah
> The prophets are human beings and not angels. The knowledge of the Prophet
> is from Allah. The disbelievers are the losers in the hereafter because of
> their disbelief in the Prophet. (Ayah 109)
> Don't give up in Allah. Always believe that He is there to help you. (Ayah
> The stories in the Quran are not made up tales. They are true, and are
> lessons for us. (Ayah 111)
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