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And He has favoured some Chapters and Verses of the Qur
an overothers, making Surat Al-Fatiha
(The Mother of theBook) the greatest Chapter, Surat Al-Ikhlas equal in reward to a thirdof the Qur
an, and Ayat Al-Kursi (The Throne Verse, Verse 255 ofSurat Al-Baqara) the greatest Verse.And now, if we ponder upon the numbers mentioned the Qur
an, andstudy the citations of each number, we find that Allah has given aunique preference to the number 7.
But why 7?
What is it about this number, and why is it that it is repeated on manydifferent occasions in the Holy Qur
an?It must be pointed out that the number 7 has many implications, inthe universe, the Qur
an, and the sayings of the Prophet Muhammad.The mere repetition of this number in the Qur
an is fascinating.Indeed, we believe that there is no other book on the face of thisEarth in which the number 7 (or
number for that matter) isarranged in such spectacular fashion.In fact, the number 7 has proven to be a very popular number notonly in the Qur
an. One of the most frequently cited numbers in theHoly Bible is 7. The number is mentioned more than 300 times in theBible, not including the different forms of the number (i.e. seventy,seventh). There seems to be a suggestion amongst many inChristianity that this number is in fact the
Holy Number of God
, anda symbol of His perfection. A book is even written on the subject,