Quran course for children
In this course, we provide indoctrination for children who cannot read from the Qur’an. The male or female teacher reads the verse word for word, and the student repeats after them until he masters the verse, then the next verse, then repeats the two verses together until he can read them together without error. This course is characterized by repetition, because our honorable sheikhs told us ( Repetition leads to mastery.) The basic principle in the Qur’an is indoctrination, which is that the teacher recites with the student behind him, as our master Gabriel used to recite to the Prophet (PBUH). God said in the Qur’an, explaining that, “وإنك لتلقى القران من لدن حكيم عليم” The basic principle in the Qur’an is indoctrination, and this feature makes the one who cannot Speaking Arabic masters the Qur’an in Arabic as it was revealed to the Prophet (PBUH), because the Qur’an was revealed in an Arabic tongue, as God Almighty said, “in a clear Arabic tongue.” This course begins at the age of three years, and in this way the child can memorize the Qur’an.
Why do we start at this age, which is three years, so that the verses become firmly established in his mind so that they do not come out of him easily, because our sheikhs also said (Education at a young age is like engraving on a stone) and if the student memorizes as much of the Qur’an as he can, this benefits the parents in this world and the afterlife, but in this world the doors are opened before them and in the afterlife they are clothed. The crown of reverence, according to the hadith of the Prophet (PBUH): “My father, the memorizer of the Qur’an, on the Day of Resurrection, will wear a crown of reverence. They will say, ‘Where is this from?’ Then God will say, ‘Because you have memorized your children the Qur’an.’” And if you want your son to be among those who excelled in their studies, then they should learn the Qur’an because it opens minds and develops intelligence in the person who carries the Qur’an, and whoever turns away from it, it is He wanders in this world and in the hereafter he will be gathered blind, as God said, “And whoever turns away from My remembrance will have a miserable living, and We will gather him on the Day of Resurrection blind.” Therefore, you must take the initiative in teaching your children the Qur’an so that they will be an asset for you in the afterlife on a day when neither wealth nor children will be of use. The Prophet (PBUH) says: “If the son of Adam dies, his work is cut off except for three, among them, and a righteous son who prays for him.” What kind of righteousness is this? Is there righteousness without the Qur’an? No, by God, there is no righteousness without it. For the Qur’an is righteousness and it is the one that benefits you when you die and see its supplications coming to you. Who are there among your children whom you gave to the Qur’an? So hasten. This is so that you will be one of the successful ones who will gain bliss. Success and success are not in collecting money, or possessions, or real estate, but rather in the deeds that you do in this world that benefit you in the afterlife. And what deed do you do in this world that benefits you in the afterlife other than worship, good deeds, and the Qur’an? God said, “Money and children are the adornment of this world’s life and the rest of the life.” Good deeds are better in reward from your Lord and better in hope.” These good deeds are what will benefit the servant when he stands before God on a day when prestige, power, money, and anything else will not benefit him.