The Most Important Verse in Quran

The Most Important Verse in Quran

Which is the most important verse in Quran Sharif / Majid?

The most important verse in Quran is Surah Al Furqan, verse no 58 and also 59. But why is it so?

Background Belief

The accepted fact amongst the Muslim faith is that "Quran" is a word of God. In other words, it is believed that the knowledge of Quran has been given by God. Although this knowledge has been narrated in part by Angel Jibril, the notion is that the Quran has been spoken by God.

What does Surah Al Furqan, verse 58 say?

25:58 - And rely upon the Ever-Living who does not die, and exalt [ Allah ] with His praise. And sufficient is He to be, with the sins of His servants, Acquainted -

Why is this verse of Surah Al Furqan so important?

In this verse, the God of Quran (the one who is speaking the Quran) is asking Prophet Mohammad to have faith in some other "Supreme God".  The God of Quran is not talking about himself. 

In the very next verse i.e. 25:59, the God of Quran is clarifying to Prophet Mohammad, that the "Supreme God" that I am talking about created the earth and the sky, and everything in between, in six days and then took rest on a throne. 

25:59 - He who created the heavens and the earth and what is between them in six days and then established Himself above the Throne - the Most Merciful [Kabir], so ask about Him one well informed.

This proves that the God who is giving the knowledge of Quran is not the Supreme God. He actually refers to some other God to be supreme. And he himself doesn't know who that Supreme God is. For that he asks Prophet Mohammad to find a "Well-aquainted Saint" (a Baakhabar)

Gist: The knowledge of Quran is incomplete and the God of Quran is not supreme. And to know about the Supreme God, one will have to ask a well-aquainted saint (Bakhabar / Tatvdarshi Saint)


FAQs about "The Most Important Verse in Quran"

Q.1 Who is the Knowledge Giver of Holy Quran Sharif?

The knowledge giver of the holy Quran Sharif is Kaal "Jyoti Niranjan

Q.2 What does Surah Al Furqan, verse 58 say?

The verse (25:58) encourages reliance on the Ever-Living God, exalting Him and acknowledging His acquaintance with the sins of His servants.

Q. 3 Why is 25:58 significant in the context of Quranic beliefs?

It is said that God who is speaking in the Quran is not the Supreme God, rather is directing Prophet Mohammad to trust in a higher deity and highlighting the incomplete nature of the Quran's knowledge.

Q.4 What is the content of Surah Al Furqan, verse 59?

Verse 59 describes the creation of heavens and earth in six days by the Supreme God, who then established Himself above the Throne, urging Prophet Mohammad to seek knowledge about Him.

Q.5 What does verse 59 imply about the God of the Quran?

It clarifies that the God of the Quran is not the Supreme God but refers to another Supreme being.

Q.6 What is the gist of these verses according to the interpretation?

The Quranic knowledge is portrayed as incomplete, and the God of the Quran directs Prophet Mohammad to a Supreme God. To know more about this Supreme God, one is advised to consult a well-informed saint, (Bakhabar) indicating a deeper spiritual quest.


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Md. Farhan

The verses from the Quran shared in the article are accurate, but the translations provided may lead to misunderstanding and are not aligned with the true essence of the text. I kindly request you to promote the genuine understanding of the Quran Sharif. Alhamdulillah!

Satlok Ashram

Dear reader, thank you for engaging with our article. The knowledge shared here is not based on human interpretations but originates from the wisdom imparted by the Almighty God, who is the father of all souls, and we, as humans, are all children of that one God. For a deeper comprehension, we suggest delving into the complete spiritual teachings by reading the book Gyan Ganga and listening to the spiritual discourses of Sant Rampal Ji Maharaj, which are rooted in the holy scriptures of all religions.


It's intriguing that the knowledge within the Bible and Quran Sharif bears some similarities, yet there exists a divergence in their recognition of each other's God. What could be the reason behind this?

Satlok Ashram

Dear reader, we appreciate your thoughts on our article. The God is one who is the creator of the entire universe and living beings, known as Kabir. He manifests in various eras to impart genuine spiritual wisdom and guide souls toward salvation. The teachings in the Quran Sharif and the Bible are attributed to Brahm Kaal, whom the Muslim community refers to as Allah. In the Quran Sharif, Allah directs Hazrat Muhammad Ji to seek refuge in Allah-e-Tala, who is the Almighty God Kabir Ji. For a more profound understanding, we recommend reading the book Gyan Ganga and listening to the spiritual discourses of Sant Rampal Ji Maharaj.