In the traditionally arranged Quran Al-Zilzal is the 99th Surah and in the chronology of revelation, it is the 93rd. It was revealed has 8 ayahs in one Ruku. It focuses on the day of judgment and assures human beings that ultimate justice would be carried out then. Every action would be out in open and those who did well would be rewarded and those who were evil would be punished.
Al-Hadid (Iron) (57)
Al-Hadid is the 94th Surah revealed upon the Prophet. In the traditionally arranged Quran, it appears as the 57th Surah. It was revealed in Medina and it has 29 Ayah divided into four Ruku. Its main theme is the security of safety of the citizens of the state of Medina that was under constant attack of non-believers. It reminds people of the temporary and delusional life of this world and asks people to prepare them for the life hereafter that would be permanent and everlasting. It describes justice as the cornerstone of all the Prophetic mission and encourages the believers to do well in this life in order to earn a better life in the hereafter.
Surah Muhammad is the 47th Surah in the traditionally arranged Quran and it was the 95th Surah revealed upon the Prophet. It was revealed in Medina and has 38 Ayah in four Ruku. It asks believers to be firm in their faith and struggle to establish divine guidance in their personal, family and social life. It assures the believers that they would be the ultimate winner as falsehood would disappear because truth cannot be defeated.
Ar-Ra’d (Thunder) (12)
Ar-Rad is the 13 Surah in the traditionally arranged Quran. It was the 96th Surah revealed upon the Prophet. Even though there are two opinions on its place of origin, the dominant opinion suggests that it was revealed in Medina with the exception of a few that were given to the Prophet in Makkah. It has 43 Ayah in six Ruku. The universe and everything that exists point to the existence of God. Nature offers signs of God and his attributes. The faithful are the ones who understand the signs as proof the existence of God and they earn their passage into the eternal Garden of Eden and those who refuse to learn from the divine signs hurt them in the long run. But history offers enough evidence to suggest that truth cannot be suppressed.