There are many virtues in the Holy Book “Quran Majeed”. Some examples of the good teachings from the Holy Quran are given below: -
Surah Luqman-31 Verse no. 12: - We had granted wisdom to Luqman to be grateful to Allah (God). Whoever is grateful is, in fact, grateful for his own benefit. And whoever wants to adopt the policy of denial and ingratitude can go ahead. Allah is truly free of desire and ever praiseworthy, that is, God does not need you to praise Him; He is eminently glorious. If someone glorifies Him, God automatically gives him good fruit after seeing his uprightness.
Surah Luqman-31 Verse no. 13: - Remember, when Lukman was advising his son, he said, “Son! Do not associate anyone with Allah, that is, along with the Supreme Lord do not worship other deities as God. It is true that polytheism with Allah (God) is a great sin.”
Surah Luqman-31 Verse no. 14: - And it is a fact that we have self-taught (advised) human beings to recognize their parents. His mother suffered weakness but kept him in her womb and spent two years weaning off milk. That is why, it is advised to show gratitude towards me and be grateful to your parents. You have to return to me.
Surah Luqman-31 Verse no. 15: - But they would pressurize you that you should associate someone with me (Allah) whom you do not know, i.e., he is not my equivalent in your knowledge, then do not listen to them at all. Keep on treating them well in the world. But walk on the path of that person i.e., saint or prophet who has turned towards me i.e., has inspired to worship God. Then all of you have to come to me only. At that time, I will tell you what deeds you have been doing.
Surah Luqman-31 Verse no. 16: - (And Luqman said that) Son! Allah will bring out, even a thing as small as a mustard seed, hidden in a rock or in the sky. He is perspicacious and the keeper of all the information.
Surah Luqman-31 Verse no. 17: - Son establish Namaaz (prayer). Spread the word of righteousness, abstain from evil and even in hardships, be patient. These are peremptory teachings, that is, everyone considers them to be good.
Surah Luqman-31 Verse no. 18: - And do not talk to people while turning a blind eye, nor strut on the ground. Allah does not like an arrogant person who brags.
Surah Luqman-31 Verse no. 19: - Keep your walk balanced and your voice a little low. The worst of all voices is the voice of a donkey.
Surah Luqman-31 Verse no. 22: - The person who surrenders himself to Allah and is righteous by behavior, he has actually held a reliable hand, that is, God is with him and the final decision of all the matters rests with Allah.
Surah As-Sajdah-32 Verse no. 4: - It is Allah who created the skies and the earth and all that lies between them in six days, and then He sat down on the throne. Apart from Him, you have no family, no one to help you, and no one for your advocacy in front of Him. So, will you not come to your senses?
Surah Al-Baqra-2 Verse no. 188: - And you shall neither devour over each other's wealth wrongly, nor present them in front of the officers in such a way that you knowingly get an opportunity to take away any part of their wealth unjustly. (That is, do not take undue advantage by bribing the officers.)
Surah Al-Baqra-2 Verse no. 268: - Shaitan (messenger of Kaal, to spoil your deeds) scares you with poverty and incites you to adopt immorality, but Allah gives you hope by His generous and benevolent grace. Allah is All-encompassing and Omniscient.
Sur: Al-Baqra-2 Verse no. 269: - Allah bestows wisdom (true spiritual knowledge) to whomever he wants, and whoever receives wisdom (true spiritual knowledge), has actually got great wealth.
Quran Surah Al-Baqra-2 Verse no. 256: - There is no coercion in the matter of religion.
Surah Yunus-10 Verse no. 99: - (O Muhammad) Do not force anyone to become a Muslim. No one can have faith without the orders of Allah.
Surah Ar-Rahman-55 Verses no. 7-9: - Do not deceive in weighing, do justice. Weigh it properly.
Surah An’am-6 Verse no. 108: - And (O Muslims!) do not revile those whom they invoke other than Allah, lest they go beyond Shirk (polytheistic), and start reviling Allah in ignorance (and incur heinous sin); they will also turn to Allah someday.
Surah An-Nisa-4 verse no. 10: - Those who oppress and embezzle from orphans (destitute), in reality, they are filling their stomachs with fire, and they will surely be thrown into the burning fire of Hell i.e. they will go to hell.
Surah An-Nisa-4 verse no. 9: - (Those) people should keep this in mind that if they had left their children alone after their own death, what would have been the fears surrounding them at the time of death? Therefore, they should fear Allah and do the right thing.
Surah An-Nisa-4 Verse no. 36: - Worship Allah. Do not worship other deities. Be nice to everyone, parents, relatives, orphans, dependents, neighbours, passengers (travel companions), servants and maids who are in your service. Know for sure! Allah does not like a person who is boastful and arrogant.
Surah Al-Baqra-2 Verse no. 219: - There is a big wrong in alcohol and gambling; it is a great sin.
Surah Al-Baqra-2 Verse no. 276: - Allah ruins everything of the interest taker, meaning, destroys him, and prospers the one who does deeds of charity (donates). And Allah does not like an ungrateful person who does evil deeds.
Surah Al-Baqra-2 Verse no. 277: - Yes, those who have faith and do good deeds, offer namaz (prayer) and give alms (zakat), their reward is certainly with their Lord. There is no chance for any terror (fear) and misery (grief) for them.
Surah Al-Baqra-2 Verse no. 278: - O people who have faith! Fear Allah and waive of what is left of your interest from the people. If you really believe.
Surah Al-Baqra-2 Verse no. 279: - If you do not do this, then beware that there is a declaration of war against you from Allah and His Messenger (representative) i.e., strict punishment will be given.
Surah Al-Baqra-2 Verse no. 280:- If your debtor is in trouble, spare him till his financial conditions get better, and if you donate, it is even better for you. If you understand.
Surah Al-Baqra-2 Verse no. 261: - Those who spend their wealth (money) in the way of Allah, the example of their expense is like sowing a grain. Seven stems grow out of it, and each stem has a hundred grains. In this way, Allah grants growth to those whose deeds he prefers. He is all-Encompassing as well as Omniscient.
Surah Al-Baqra-2 Verse no. 262: - Those who spend their wealth (money) in the way of Allah and then do not follow up what they have spent with reminders of it, nor do they cause sorrow, their reward is with their Lord and there is no chance for any grief (worry) and fear. (That is, they do not need to worry or fear. God protects them. He also increases their wealth.)