Juz 2 Quran contains the rules and regulations concerning Hajj, Marriage, Divorce, Suckling etc. In this juz, Allah emphasizes the importance of Taqwa (piety).
The juz tells the story of Goliath and a powerful nation toppled not by sheer numbers or might but through faith, patience and constancy.
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Where Does Juz 2 Start?
Juz 2 starts from verse 142 of the second surah of the Quran ,Al Baqarah and continues to verse 252 of the same chapter that is surah Al Baqarah.
What Ayah Does Juz 2 Start With?
The ayah which the second juz starts with Sayaqoolus sufahao minannasima wallahum an qiblatihimullatee kanoo alayha qul Lillahilmashriqu walmaghribuyahdee man yashao ila siratinmustaqeem.
The Ayat in Arabic is
سَيَقُولُ ٱلسُّفَهَآءُ مِنَ ٱلنَّاسِ مَا وَلَّىٰهُمۡ عَن قِبۡلَتِهِمُ ٱلَّتِى كَانُواْ عَلَيۡهَاۚ قُل لِّلَّهِ ٱلۡمَشۡرِقُ وَٱلۡمَغۡرِبُۚ يَهۡدِى مَن يَشَآءُ إِلَىٰ صِرَٰطٍ مُّسۡتَقِيمٍ.
The foolish among the people will say, “What has turned them away from their qiblah, which they used to face?” Say, “To Allah belongs the east and the west. He guides whom He wills to a straight path.”
How Many Pages In Juz 2?
There are twenty (20) pages in 2nd Juz of Quran. It starts from page 22 to page 41.
Read the previous just; Quran Juz 1
Juz 2 PDF
Below is the full pdf free download for 2 Juz. It is color coded with transliteration and translation of the juz.
What Is Second Juz Called?
The second juz is called juz Sayaqoolu. This is because the juz starts with the verse of Sayaqoolu, i.e verse 142.
What Is The First Surah In Juz 2?
The first surah in second juz of Quran is surah Al Baqarah. Note that this juz has only one surah.
2nd Juz Of Quran Summary
Verses 142 – 152 talked about the declaration of the change of qiblah from the Temple (Jerusalem) to the Ka’abah (Makkah) has been made as a symbol of the change of leadership from the children of Israel to the Muslim Community, which has also been warned to guard against the transgressions against the Guidance that led to the deposition of the Jews.
In verses 152 -251, practical measures are prescribed to enable Muslims to carry out the heavy responsibilities of the leadership entrusted to them for the dissemination of Guidance.
Salat, Fast, Zakat, Haj, and Jihad have all been prescribed for the moral development of the Ummat.
Believers have been exhorted to obey authority, be just, fulfil pledges, observe treaties, spend wealth, and so on in Allah’s way.
To keep the Ummat from disintegrating, laws, rules, and regulations have been established for their organization, cohesion, and day-to-day life, as well as for the resolution of social, economic, political, and international problems; on the other hand, drinking, gambling, lending money on interest, and so on, have been prohibited.
Life Lessons Of 2nd Juz Of Quran
Whatever you do for Allah SWT, do it with sincerity and at the level of excellence. A person remembers him the most whom he loves the most. Who do we love the most? Allah SWT or the people? Who do we remember and miss often? [Self-analysis]
If we claim to love Allah SWT but don’t talk about Him, think about Him or connect with Him, then our love is not true. We’re all being tested, who follows the way of Rasoolullah (SAW) and who follows his own desires.
When you are with the people who love to argue, do not sit with them, do not engage in arguments with them. Go and do something worthwhile for your akhirah.
Don’t listen to those who have no (authentic) Knowledge. Search for people better than you. Everything has a focal point. Who is our Focal Point? It should be none other than Allah SWT. We are here to worship Him, to submit to His commands, to seek His pleasure and to return to Him seeking His Countenance.
Do not fear the people. Only fear Allah SWT. If He is pleased with you nothing can harm you. In this life, everyone will disappoint you. Allah SWT is the Only One Who will never disappoint you. So why not only have expectations from Him?
Race to good deeds; compete in this. Pray all obligatory prayers at their appointed time. Don’t delay your Zahat or Hajj. Be gentle, generous and easy going.
Be grateful for the present (it could have been worse) and be hopeful for the future (calamities are not there forever. When people remind you of what you don’t have then instead of being sad or angry say: Inna Lillahi wa inna Ilayhi Raji’un.
Those who have a strong connection with Allah SWT are not perturbed by the challenges of this life. If we truly love Allah SWT, we will make an effort to wake up in the night and connect with Him in seclusion like Rasoolullah (SA).
When you feel lazy about your worship remember your death.
When people team you, refuse to help you or refuse listen to or understand your viewpoint then say: HasbunAllahu Wa Ni’mal Wakeel. He knows the truth and He is Sufficient for you.
Spend your best in the way of Allah SWT. Your wealth, possessions, skills, time, any other blessing. Don’t give your trash or leftover in the way of Allah SWT.
Evaluate your du’as: How much do you ak for Dunya? How much do you cry over the calamities of the Hereafter?
When things go against your desires say: Radhitubillahi Rabba (I am pleased with my Lord). Do not focus on what has been lost but on what you have gained. Lost your job but joined a Qur’an class? It’s a blessing! Allah SWT has better plans for us, trust Him. Be patient and make good du’as for yourself; for your Dunya and for your Hereafter.
Shaytan wants us to do three things: evil, immorality and say about Allah SWT what is untrue. Leave anything that has little benefit but a lot of evil. It is not worth it. Your Hereafter is more important.
Allah SWT pleased you by providing you food of your choice (a scholar says: imagine if we had to eat rocks), please Him by eating Halal and Tagyab and using that energy to worship Him and strive in His Path.
Write your Will [Waseeyah], especially if you live in a non-Muslim country or else your property will NOT be distributed according to the shares ordained by Allah SWT in the Qur’an.
When you make du’a “feel” that Allah SWT is near you because He says so in Ayah 186.
Take “Sabr with you when you go for ‘Umrah, Hajj, to the masjid or whenever you are meeting people. Don’t dispute especially in places where Allah SWT is remembered.
Allah SWT laves those who are the repentant and purify themselves (2:222)
Be physically and intellectually fit (2:247). Allah SWT chooses people because of their physical and intellectual strength, not their wealth and possessions.
Quran Juz 2 Read Online
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