Al-Mulk, which is 67th Surah in the traditionally arranged Quran is the 77th revealed upon the Prophet. It was revealed in Makkah and has 30 Ayah and two Ruku. It describes the cycle of life and death as part of the divine scheme that enables people to learn their own strength through doing good things. It also draws people’s attention to the creation in the universe and asks them to ponder over the balance that exists in everything and it reminds them that everything belongs to God and he alone is the judge and master and everyone would be held accountable for one’s actions.
Al-Haqqah (The Laying-Bare of the Truth) (69)
Al-Haqqa is the 78th Surah revealed upon the Prophet and it occurs as 69th Surah in the Quran. It was revealed in Makkah and has 52 Ayah and two Ruku. Referring to historical events that took place during the time of Prophet Noah, Prophet Moses, Prophet Shuaib and Prophet Saleh, the surah reminds the people that those who had rejected the divine guidance did not succeed and those who reject it in the present would also not succeed in the present. It also explains that the purpose of the message being given by the prophet is to ensure that human beings are liberated from the yoke of slavery imposed upon them by human beings not different from them. It asks people to take their life in their own control by rejecting false idols who are of no use to anyone.
Al-Ma’arij (The Ways of Ascent) (70)
Al-Maarij is the 70th one in the traditionally arranged Quran and it was the 79th revealed about the Prophet. It was revealed in Makkah and it has 44 Ayah and two Ruku. It revolves around the idea of resurrection and confirms that it is an event that would certainly take place and those who denied it would suffer the consequences of their denial. It reminds people that a good character has no substitute and those who follow the divine guidance in ensuring that they live a pure and humble life with a firm belief in God would be immensely rewarded by the Lord.
An-Naba’ (The Tiding) (78)
An-Naba is the 80th Surah revealed upon the Prophet and it numbers 78th in the traditionally arranged Quran. It was revealed in Makkah and has 40 Ayah in two Ruku. It refers to the debate among people on the issue of the end of time and informs the people that regardless when it would come, either soon or late, people should prepare them for it. It reassures people that all of them would be brought at one place to be held accountable for their actions. It imagines the condition of those who rejected the faith in this word by alluding to their statements on the day of judgment that they wished they were mere dust.