Al-Qadr is the 25th Surah revealed upon the Prophet and it is the 97th Surah of the traditionally arranged Quran. It was revealed in Makkah at a time when the fasting in the month of Ramadan was not prescribed and the Prophet had not announced that the odd nights in the last ten days of the Quran have a night of power in them. The Surah explains that a moment of faith in the majesty of God is better than living without faith for a thousand nights. It reminds the believers of the glory of the divine guidance that was revealed to the Prophet for the first time in the month of Ramadan. The night in which it was revealed is described the night of destiny because the Quran has the power to enable the people to change their destiny.
Ash-Shams (The Sun) (91)
Ash-Shams is the 26th Surah revealed upon the Prophet. It is the 91st Surah in the traditionally arranged Quran. It was revealed in Makkah and has 15 Ayah in one Ruku. The Ayah explains the laws that govern the physical aspects of the universe and invites people to reflect upon them in the context of their own creation. It explains that human being is in a state of constant evolution or devolution or stagnation. Those who are aware of the fact that their knowledge is the foundation of growth and purification will grow constantly and those who deny knowledge and facts any role in human evolution will regress. 27. Al-Buruj (The Great Constellation) (85)
Al-Buruj is the 27th Surah revealed upon the Prophet is 85th in the traditionally arranged Quran. It was revealed in Makkah and has 22 verses in one Ruku. It refers to a long practice on the part of those who reject the divine faith and warns against persecuting the believers in this world. It asserts that those who deny the truth and harm the believers should be ready for the consequences of their actions. It also reassures the believers that their sacrifices would not go waste and they would prosper in life yet to come.
At-Tin (The Fig) (95)
At-Tin is the 28th Surah revealed upon the Prophet and in the traditionally arranged Quran, it appears as the 95th Surah. It was revealed in Makkah has eight Ayah in one Ruku. It refers to the divine message that was given to the God’s chosen messenger and explains that human being were the ones who had the best intellectual and physical structure to accept and live by the divine guidance, yet they chose to ignore it, thus harming them. It refers to those who had faith and who substantiated their faith with actions as successful people.