Quran Juz 29 spans across eleven surahs. It begins from beginning of Surah Mulk to ayat 50 of Surah Al-Mursalat. The 11 surahs covered in this Juz are:
- Surah Al Mulk
- Surah Al-Qalam
- Surah Al-Haqqah
- Surah Al-Ma’arij
- Surah Nuh
- Surah Jinn
- Surah Al-Muzzammil
- Surah Al Muddaththir
- Surah Al-Qiyamah
- Surah Al-Insan
- Surah Mursalat
Juz 29 – Main Theme and Subject Matter:
Surah Mulk discusses the vastness of Allah and the beauty of the universe He created. The purpose of this surah is to serve as a reminder to us that that the whole kingdom belongs to him alone.
Surah Qalam advises people to be charitable (give zakat) and to help those less fortunate. Allah tells the story of the people of the garden who denied charity to the poor and, “So there came upon the garden an affliction from your Lord while they were asleep.” Ayat 19.
In Surah Haqqah it tells the fate of people of Thamud, the Pharaoh, ‘Ad and those who ignored Noah. They were the disbelievers and choose their own fate.
Surah Ma’aril discusses two topics, the first being the ascent of the Believers. The second, is more generally about human behavior.
Surah Nuh tells the story of Prophet Nuh, may peace be upon him, and the flood that wiped away non-believers.
Surah Jinn talks about the invisible or hidden creation of Allah called Jinns. The surah discusses their views and belief on the Prophet, Islam, resurrection and the disbelievers.
Surah Muzzamil emphasizes the importance of prayers and reading Qur’an. It encourages those who believe to gain strength from the word of Allah. The greatest rewards are to those who spend their wealth on the path of Allah.
Surah Al-Muddathir main subject matter is around da’wah. Whereas Surah Al-Qiyamah focuses on spiritual resurrection of the soul.
Surah Al-Insan speaks about how someone can attain spiritual growth. It outlines the benefits and rewards that you may receive in Akhirah.
The theme of Surah Al Mursalat is to affirm the afterlife and to warn people of that their choice have consequences and to understand they are given freedom to choose.
“Indeed, the righteous will be among shades and springs And fruits from whatever they desire, [Being told], ‘Eat and drink in satisfaction for what you used to do.’ Indeed, We thus reward the doers of good.” Surah Mursalat Ayat 41-44
“That Day, you will be exhibited [for judgement]; not hidden among you is anything concealed.” Surah Haqqah Ayat 18
“Indeed, We guided him to the way, be he grateful or be he ungrateful.” Surah Al-Insan Ayat 3.