The 45th Surah Taha revealed upon the Prophet is the 20th Surah in the traditionally arranged Quran. Like the previous Surah, it was also revealed before the migration to Abyssinia. It was also the Surah whose recitation by the sister of Umar caused the would be the second Caliph accept Islam. It was revealed in Makkah and has 135 Ayah in eight Ruku. It reminds the believers of their responsibility in sharing the divine guidance to those who are not familiar with them. It assures them of their success if they remain steadfast in their belief. It narrates the story of Prophet Moses in great details and asks the believers to learn from his struggle and life situation.
Al-Waqi’ah (That which must come to Pass) (56)
The 46th Surah Al-Waqiah revealed upon the Prophet is the 56th in the traditionally arranged Quran. It was revealed in Makkah and has 96 Ayah in three Ruku. It dwells on the subject of resurrection, hereafter and life after death. It presents resurrection as a matter of fact that cannot be denied. It defines the categories of believers. They are pioneers in the faith, then there are those who followed the footsteps of the pioneers with the same zeal and thirdly there are believers. It also describes the characteristics of those who reject the divine guidance. The Surah invites people to look at the blessings that Allah has created for their comfort and be grateful to him for those. It asks them to remain loyal and consistent to the divine guidance
Ash–Shu’ra’ (The Poets) (26)
Ash-Shura was the 47th Surah revealed upon the Prophet. It is the 26th Surah in the traditionally arranged Quran. It was revealed in Makkah and has 227 Ayah in 11 Ruku. It narrates several historical incidents, hitherto unknown to people and provides evidence of the authenticity of the divine guidance by pointing out to the signs of Allah. It also narrates stories from the past highlighting the struggles of those who were on the right path. It says that the creation itself is the greatest sign given by Allah for people to accept the guidance given by him. It refers to the signs given to Prophet Moses. It tells the story of Prophets Noah, Saleh, Hud, Lot, Shuaib and Moses and the exodus of Israelites from Egypt to give the evidence of the help of Allah to all those who were on the right path. It refutes the assertion of the disbeliever that the Prophet was a poet and composing the poetry to influence the mind of people. It invites them to accept the Quran as the final message of Allah.
An-Naml (The Ants) (27)
An-Naml is the 48th Surah revealed upon the Prophet. It is the 27th in the traditionally arranged Quran. It was revealed in Makkah and has 93 Ayah in seven Ruku. Throughout human history, Allah has guided human beings to the right path. He sent his message to all people through specially chosen people who were designated as messengers. They might have spoken different languages, yet the essence of their message was the same. People throughout history either accepted their message or rejected it. The surah explains the difference between polytheism and monotheism clearly.