Miracles of the Qur'an (Part-72)

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THE COMPANIONS OF THE CAVE AND HOW THEY SPENT THREE HUNDRED AND NINE (309) YEARS IN THE CAVE
Do you consider that the Companions of the Cave and Ar-Raqim were one of the most remarkable of Our Signs? (Surat al-Kahf, 9)

The abjad values of "as-haba alkahfi," meaning "The Companions of the Cave," is 238. (By minor abjad calculation)

The number of syllables in the Surah up to the term "as-haba alkahfi" (Companions of the Cave) is also 238.125

The variety of letters used in the verse up to the term "as-haba alkahfi" (Companions of the Cave) is 7.126

The number of words from "as-haba alkahfi" (Companions of the Cave) to the end of the verse is 7.

Our Lord's name "Allah" is repeated 7 times in the story of the Companions of the Cave in the Surah.

"As-haba alkahfi" (Companions of the Cave) is in the 7th clause on the page.

This verse is the 7th from the top of the page.

They stayed in their Cave for three hundred years and added nine. (Surat al-Kahf, 25)

In revealing how long the Companions spent in the cave, the Qur'an says "They stayed in their Cave for three hundred years and added nine." (Surat al-Kahf, 25) In interpreting this verse, commentators say that the Companions of the Cave slept for 300 solar years or 309 years by the lunar calendar.

The number of syllables up to "sineena waizdadoo," meaning "number of years" is exactly 309.127

There are 309 undotted letters in the Surah up to the term "sineena waizdadoo".

Then We woke them up again so that we might see which ofthe two groups would better calculate the time they hadstayed there. (Surat al-Kahf, 12)

This verse reveals that the reason the Companions of the Cavewere woken was to establish which of the two groups would most accurately calculate how long the slumber had lasted. The number of syllablesbefore this verse is exactly 309.128

They stayed in their Cave for three hundred years and added nine. (Surat al-Kahf, 25)

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