Presentation on theme: "Surat Al- Falaq (The Daybreak). قُلْ أَعُوذُ بِرَبِّ الْفَلَقِ (1) 1. Say: "I seek refuge with (Allah) the Lord of the daybreak, 1. Say: "I seek refuge."— Presentation transcript:
قُلْ أَعُوذُ بِرَبِّ الْفَلَقِ (1) 1. Say: "I seek refuge with (Allah) the Lord of the daybreak, 1. Say: "I seek refuge with (Allah) the Lord of the daybreak, مِن شَرِّ مَا خَلَقَ (2) 2. "From the evil of what He has created; 2. "From the evil of what He has created; وَمِن شَرِّ غَاسِقٍ إِذَا وَقَبَ (3) 3. "And from the evil of the darkening (night) as it comes with its darkness; (or the moon as it sets or goes away). 3. "And from the evil of the darkening (night) as it comes with its darkness; (or the moon as it sets or goes away). وَمِن شَرِّ النَّفَّاثَاتِ فِي الْعُقَدِ (4) 4. "And from the evil of the witchcrafts when they blow in the knots, 4. "And from the evil of the witchcrafts when they blow in the knots, وَمِن شَرِّ حَاسِدٍ إِذَا حَسَدَ (5) 5. "And from the evil of the envier when he envies." 5. "And from the evil of the envier when he envies."
The explanation of Surat Al-Falaq: The explanation of Surat Al-Falaq: Allah created us weak, and showed us our enemies. If we want to be safe, we have to betake ourselves to some powerful support to protect us (our Lord). الفلق ) ): 1) Daybreak 2) All the creatures - If the meaning is daybreak: we are seeking the refuge with Allah the Lord of the daybreak to save us by lightening our life from every darkness of devils. - If the meaning is all the creatures: Seeking the refuge with the Lord of all creatures to get the protection from them. ( من شر ما خلق ) : From the evil of all what He has created.
:( ومن شر غاسق إذا وقب ) From the evil of the darkening (night). :( الغاسق ) 1) Mujahid said, "Ghasiq is the night, and `when it Waqab' refers to the setting of the sun.'‘ 2) Ibn Jarir said, "Others have said that it is the moon.'' Imam Ahmad recorded from Al-Harith bin Abi Salamah. He said that `A'ishah ( ) said, "The Messenger of Allah took me by my hand and showed me the moon when it rose, and he said, (Seek refuge with Allah from the evil of this Ghasiq when it becomes dark.)'' At-Tirmidhi and An-Nasa'i both recorded this Hadith.
What may come with darkness?? What may come with darkness?? Monsters attack. Thief. Enemy. Harmful insects. Bad whispers, inspires and sadness. Temptations….. so on. ( ومن شر النفاثات في العقد ): From the evil of sorcerers who are running in destroying and harming others by blowing in the knots. ( ومن شر حاسد إذا حسد ): from the envier when he envies.
It's names: It's names: Surat Al-Falaq: Because (Al-Falaq) is in the first verse. Surat ( قل أعوذ برب الفلق ): It was narrated that Uqbah bin Amir said: “The Messenger of Allah said: ‘Do you not see verses that have been revealed tonight, the like of which has never been seen? (They are:) Say: I seek refuge with (Allah), the Lord of the daybreak, and: Say: I seek refuge with (Allah) the Lord of mankind”.’ (Muslim 814) Surat Al-Mu'awwadhatayn: It was narrated that Uqbah Bin Amir said: “The Messenger of Allah said to me: ‘There have been revealed to me verses the like of which has never been seen (they are) : Al-Mu'awwadhatayn”.’ (Muslim 815)
It's others names ( according to the Ijtihad of the scholars) : It's others names ( according to the Ijtihad of the scholars) : The same as we said in Surat An-Nas. The same as we said in Surat An-Nas. The virtues of this Sura: The virtues of this Sura: 1)No Sura revealed like them (With Surat An-Nas): In his Sahih, Muslim recorded on the authority of `Uqbah bin `Amir that the Messenger of Allah ( ) said, In his Sahih, Muslim recorded on the authority of `Uqbah bin `Amir that the Messenger of Allah ( ) said, (Do you not see that there have been Ayat revealed (Do you not see that there have been Ayat revealed to me tonight the like of which has not been seen to me tonight the like of which has not been seen before). They are (Say: "I seek refuge with, the Lord before). They are (Say: "I seek refuge with, the Lord of Al-Falaq.'')(113:1) and; (Say: "I seek refuge with of Al-Falaq.'')(113:1) and; (Say: "I seek refuge with the Lord of mankind.'') (114:1)) the Lord of mankind.'') (114:1))
the best two Surahs that the people recite before sleeping: 2) the best two Surahs that the people recite before sleeping: Imam Ahmad recorded from `Uqbah bin `Amir that he said, "While I was leading the Messenger of Allah( ) along one of these paths he said, (O `Uqbah! Will you not ride) I was afraid that this might be considered an act of disobedience. So the Messenger of Allah( ) got down and I rode for a while. Then he rode. Then he said, (O `Uqbah! Should I not teach you two Surahs that are of the best two Surahs that the people recite) I said, `Of course, O Messenger of Allah.' So he taught me to recite: (Say: "I seek refuge with the Lord of Al-Falaq.'') (113:1) and (Say: "I seek refuge with the Lord of mankind.'') (114:1) Then the call was given to begin the prayer and the Messenger of Allah( ) went forward (to lead the people), and he recited them in the prayer. Afterwards he passed by me and said, (What do you think, O `Uqayb Recite these two Surahs whenever you go to sleep and whenever you get up.)'' An-Nasa'i and Abu Dawud both recorded this Hadith.
3) A protection: 3) A protection: An-Nisa’i recorded from ‘Uqba bin ‘Amer that the Messenger of Allah ( ) said: (Verily, the people do not seek protection with anything like these two: (Say: "I seek refuge with the Lord of Al-Falaq.'')(113:1) and; (Say: "I seek refuge with (Allah) the Lord of mankind.'')) (114:1)
Reciting during sickness 4) Reciting during sickness Narrated Aishah : ‘Whenever Allah’s Messenger became sick, he would recite Mu’awwidhat (Surat Al-Falaq and Surat An- Nas) and then blow his breath over his body. When he became seriously ill, I used to recite (These two surahs) and rub his hands over his body, hoping for its blessings.’(Al-Bukhari 5016)
5) No person beseeches with anything like these, and no person seeks refuge with anything like these: 5) No person beseeches with anything like these, and no person seeks refuge with anything like these: An-Nasa'i recorded that `Uqbah bin `Amir said, "I was walking with the Messenger of Allah when he said, (O `Uqbah! Say!) I replied, `What should I say‘. So he was silent and did not respond to me. Then he said, (Say!) I replied, `What should I say, O Messenger of Allah' He said, (Say: "I seek refuge with the Lord of Al- Falaq.'') So, I recited it until I reached its end. Then he said, (Say!) I replied, `What should I say O Messenger of Allah' He said, (Say: "I seek refuge with the Lord of mankind.'') So, I recited it until I reached its end. Then the Messenger of Allah said, (No person beseeches with anything like these, and no person seeks refuge with anything like these.)''
6) Suffice you against everything: Mu’adh bin Abdullah bin Khubaib ( ), narrated from his father, who said: “We went out on a rainy and extremely dark night, looking for the Messenger of Allah , so that he could lead us in Salat.” He said: “So I met him and he said: ‘Speak’ but I did not say anything. He said: ‘Speak’. So I said: ‘What should I say?’ He said: “Say: He is Allah, the One” and Al- Mu’awwidhatain, when you reach evening, and when you reach morning, three times, they will suffice you against everything”. (Hasan). [Abu Eisa said:] This Hadith is Hasan Sahih Gharib from this route. Abu Sa’eed Al-Barrad (a narrator) is Asid bin Abi Asid [from Al-Madinah].
7) After prayers: Uqba bin Amer ( ) said: The Messenger of Allah ( ) ordered me to recite Al- Mu’wadhatayn after each prayer. (Abu Dawood )
Stage of revelation: Stage of revelation: Makkeya (Before Hijrah (immigration)) The cause of revelation: The cause of revelation: The same as An-Nas The theme of Surat Al-Falaq: The theme of Surat Al-Falaq: Asking the refuge (shelter) with Allah from the evil of what He has created. Teaching people how to protect themselves from: 1) Each other because of some internal heart diseases. 2) The evil of the night as it comes with it's darkness.
The relation between Surat Al-Falaq and its theme: The relation between Surat Al-Falaq and its theme: Teaching the worshippers how to seek refuge with Allah from the evil creatures [(the evil of the night as it comes with its darkness (the evil that spread in it), the evil of those who practice witchcraft (sorcerers) and the evil of the envier)].
The reason of it's beginning: The reason of it's beginning: The Lord ordered us to seek the refuge with the Lord of Al-Falaq, the Lord who will protect us by lightening our life from every evil (by teaching us how to deal with the creatures).
The relation between its beginning and its end: The relation between its beginning and its end: Allah has mentioned at the beginning of this Sura about the evil of all what He has created, and the end was about three kinds of evils to show us that these three are the most serious evils. The end also is a verse which talks about envy: because it is the first sin was committed in the heaven (Iblis envied Adam), and the first sin was committed on the earth (when Qabil envied Habil) (Cain and Abel)
The relation between the beginning of Surat Al-Falaq and the end of Surat Al-Ikhlas (the previous Sura): The relation between the beginning of Surat Al-Falaq and the end of Surat Al-Ikhlas (the previous Sura): In Surat Al-Ikhlas: Allah Showed us His divinity to glorify His praises, so after we knew His perfect attributes and His Oneness we have to seek the refuge with the only One who is able to give us the shelter from the external and internal evils in this life and in the Hereafter.
The relation between the parts of Surat Al-Falaq and its theme: The relation between the parts of Surat Al-Falaq and its theme: Allah taught His Prophet (and all his nation) who are their enemies and how to get the protection with Allah, The Lord, The Only One who can save them.
The relation between the parts of Surat Al-Falaq with each other: The relation between the parts of Surat Al-Falaq with each other: Allah taught His Prophet Mohammad how to seek refuge with Him from all evils, and specified the last three evils because of their seriousness.
The relation between Surat Al-Falaq and Surat An-Nas (the next Sura): The relation between Surat Al-Falaq and Surat An-Nas (the next Sura): In Surat Al-Falaq: Allah ordered us to seek the refuge with Him from the external evils and in Surat An-Nas He ordered us to seek the refuge with Him from the internal evils (whispers) the cause of all the sins.
What is Magic?? Sihr (witchcraft or magic) is a word referring to something hidden. It is real and there are kinds of witchcraft that may affect people psychologically and physically, so that they become sick and die, or husbands and wives are separated. Its effects happen by the will of Allah.
Who is the sorcerer? The practitioner of magic is the person who uses the shayaateen (devils) and gets close to the jinn by doing the things they like – such as sacrificing to them instead of to Allah, calling upon them alongside Allah, obeying them by disobeying Allah by committing zinaa, drinking wine, eating haraam things, neglecting prayer, covering himself with najasaat (impure things) and staying in dirty places – until the shayaateen respond to what he asks them, with a gentle and kind approach, to do, such as harming the people against whom he uses his magic, causing division between a man and his wife, telling him some unseen things, and telling him about stolen items and where lost things are.
How to protect yourself from Sihr (before it happens)? Is seeking protection through the adhkaar (dhikr) prescribed in Islam, making du’aa’ and reciting prayers seeking refuge that were narrated from the Prophet ( ). These include:
1 – Reciting Aayat al-Kursiy [al-Baqarah 2:255] after every prescribed prayer, after reciting the adhkaar which are prescribed after the salaam. 2 – Reciting Aayat al-Kursiy when going to sleep. This is the greatest aayah in the Qur’aan. 3 – Reciting “Qul huwa Allaahu ahad”, “Qul a’oodhu bi Rabb il-Falaq” and “Qul a’oodhu bi Rabb il-Naas” following every prescribed prayer, and reciting these three soorahs (three times) at the beginning of the day after Fajr prayer, and at the beginning of the night after Asr prayer.
4 – Reciting the last two aayahs of Soorat al-Baqarah before sleeping. 5- Seeking refuge in the perfect words of Allaah from the evil of that which He has created, night and day and when stopping to rest anywhere, be it in the city, in the desert, in the air or on the sea. 6– The Muslim should say at the beginning of the day and the beginning of the night (three times): “Bismillaah allah alladhi laa yadurr ma’a ismihi shay’un fi’l-ardi wa laa fi’l-samaa’i wa huwa al-samee’ al-‘aleem (In the name of Allaah with Whose name nothing on earth or in heaven can cause harm, and He is the All-Hearing, All-Knowing).”
These adhkaar and prayers for refuge are among the greatest means of warding off the evil of sihr (witchcraft) and other evils, for the one who recites them regularly with sincerity and faith, putting his trust in Allaah and depending upon Him, and being content with that.
There are also some of the most effective weapons for warding off sihr after it has happened, along with humbly beseeching Allaah constantly and asking Him to remove the harm and relieve the distress. Among the du’aa’s which have been narrated from the Prophet ( ) to treat diseases such as sihr and other things is the ruqyah by means of which he ( ) used to treat his companions: “Allaahumma Rabb al-naas, adhhib il-ba’s, washfi anta al- Shaafi laa shifaa’a illa shifaa’uka shifaa’an laa yughaadir saqaman (O Allaah, Lord of mankind, remove the harm and heal him, for You are the Healer and there is no healing except Your healing, with a healing which does not leave any disease behind).” There is also the ruqyah by means of which Jibreel treated the Prophet ( ): “Bismillaah urqeeka min kulli shay’in yu’dheeka, wa min sharri kulli nafsin aw ‘aynin haasid Allaah yashfeek, bismillaah urqeek (In the name of Allaah I perform ruqyah for you, from every thing that is harming you, from the evil of every soul or envious eye may Allaah heal you, in the name of Allaah I perform ruqyah for you).” This should be repeated three times.
It was also commanded that the sorceror should be executed, because of the hadeeth: “The hadd (prescribed punishment) for the practitioner of magic is a blow with the sword (i.e., execution).
The ruling concerning dealing with Magic? It was narrated in a saheeh report that the Messenger of Allaah ( ) said: “Whoever goes to a fortune-teller and asks him about something, his prayer will not be accepted for forty days.” Narrated by Muslim.(Also including the magic show) And it was narrated by the authors of al-Sunan, that the Prophet ( ) said: “Whoever goes to a soothsayer and believes what he says has disbelieved in that which was revealed to Muhammad.”
Ways of treating Sihr?? If it is discovered that he has put the Sihr in such-and-such a place, it should be removed and burnt or destroyed. This will cancel out what has been done and will foil the intentions of the saahir. The saahir should be forced to undo what he has done, if his identity is known. Reciting Qur’aan, for it has a great effect in removing (the effects of) sihr. He may also recite the above into water, some of which should be drunk by the person who has been affected by sihr, and he should wash with the rest, one or more times as needed. This will remove the sihr by Allaah’s Leave.
4 – He can take seven green lotus leaves, grind them up, and put them into water, then recite into it the aayahs and soorahs mentioned above, and the du’aa’s. Then he can drink some and wash with the rest. This is also useful for treating a man who is being kept from having intercourse with his wife. Seven green lotus leaves should be placed in water, the verses referred to above should be recited into it, then he should drink from it and wash with it. This is beneficial, by Allaah’s leave.
If a practitioner of witchcraft repents sincerely to Allaah, then Allaah will accept his repentance. This is between him and his Lord, before the matter reaches the courts. But if the matter reaches the Islamic court, then the judge should execute him without asking him to repent, so as to rid society of his evil. But it is not permissible for any individual to carry out the hadd punishment by himself, rather the matter must be referred to the authorities.
What is envy?? Hasad (jealousy and envy) is among the most destructive emotions or feelings which a man may have towards his fellow human being. It causes him to wish evil for others and to be happy when misfortune befalls them. The Prophet ( ) warned against envy by comparing it to fire that completely burns the wood. He ( ) said: "Beware of jealousy, for verily it destroys good deeds the way fire destroys wood." [Abu Dawood]
Hasad is a disease of the heart and it causes impurity to the heart, when Allah's Messenger ( ) was asked who are the best of people? He ( ) replied: "the one with a clean heart and truthful tongue." They asked: 'We understand a truthful tongue, but what does a clean heart mean?' he answered: 'It is the heart of one that is pious, pure, and is free of sin, transgression, hatred and Hasad." [Ibn Majah]
At-Tirmidhee narrated from al-Zubayr Ibn al- Awam ( ) that the Prophet ( ) said: "There has come to you the disease of the nations before you, jealousy and hatred. This is the 'shaver' (destroyer); I do not say that it shaves hair, but that it shaves (destroys) faith." [(Hasan) Jamee at-Tirmidhee (2434)]
Hasad can cause the person to indulge in disbelief because it causes the individual to feel that Allah has not been fair with him; he forgets all the mercy and blessings which Allah has bestowed upon him. The Messenger of Allah ( ) said: "They are enemies for Allah's bounties." They asked: "Who are they?" He said: "Those who envy people for what Allah has given them of Bounty." [at-Tabaranee]
In order to discourage envy, the Prophet ( ) said: "Do not look to those above you. Look to those below you, as it will more likely remind you of Allah's favors bestowed on you." [Saheeh al-Bukharee and Saheeh Muslim]
Some Reasons that cause a person to have Jealosy 1) Anger and Malice: When one is hurt by someone for any reason, he is angered, and his anger produces malice and urge for revenge in the heart. 2) Arrogance, Pride and Love for fame: When a person achieves a high status and position in the society or gains wealth, he hates to see someone other than him compete or go ahead of him or be praised over him. So, he envies the former person. 3) Evil Nature of the person: Some people, even though they may not be harmed or threatened by other people's success, grieve when they hear about some good happening to others, and enjoy in their adversities. Neither do they seek progress for themselves nor do they wish others to progress!! Such kind of defect is difficult to cure for the reason behind their evil attitude is the evil nature of the person which does not allow him to accept other people's success.
How to cure yourself from Hasad? 1) Repentance. 2) Supplicate to Allah to purify your heart 3) Give Sadaqah (charity) for it purifies the heart and sanctifies the soul. It is for this reason Allah said to His Prophet: "Take Sadaqah from their wealth in order to purify them and sanctify them with it." [Soorah at- Tawbah (9): 103]
But if the Shaytan manages to instill Hasad in the hearts, then beware lest you say or do anything which will show Hasad. A person will not be brought to account for whatever crosses his mind, but he will be brought to account for what he says and does. Shaikh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyah said: "Nobody is free from Hasad, but the noble person hides it whilst the base person shows it." [Amraad al-Quloob]
If you feel that you are jealous of a specific person, then buy him a gift, shake hands with him and give him salaams for Hasad is the result of hatred and the Prophet ( ) said: "Shake hands, for this will dispel rancor, and exchange gifts and love one another, for this will dispel hatred." [Narrated by Maalik in al-Muwatta (1413)]
What is the evil eye (Al-’ayn)? Evil eye is included in Hasad(Envy) What is the evil eye (Al-’ayn)? The Arabic word al-‘ayn (translated as the evil eye) refers to when a person harms another with his eye. It starts when the person likes a thing, then his evil feelings affect it, by means of his repeated looking at the object of his jealousy. Allaah commanded His Prophet Muhammad ( ) to seek refuge with Him from the envier
Although it is correct that the evil eye comes from people who feel jealous (hasad), it may also come from a person who is not jealous but merely likes something, because of the hadeeth: “Whoever among you sees something in himself or in his possessions or in his brother that he likes, let him pray for blessing for it, because the evil eye is real.” Ibn al-Qayyim said: Everyone who gives the evil eye is jealous, but not everyone who is jealous gives the evil eye.
It is narrated in al-Saheehayn that ‘Aa’ishah (may Allaah be pleased with her) said: The Messenger of Allaah ( ) used to tell me to recite ruqyah for protection against the evil eye. How to be cured from evil eye? 1) recite ruqyah 2) Abu Dawood narrated that ‘Aa’ishah (may Allaah be pleased with her) said: The person who had put the evil eye on another would be ordered to do wudoo’, then the person who had been afflicted would wash himself (with that water ). This was classed as saheeh by al-Albaani in Saheeh Abi Dawood.
The Muslim has to protect himself against the devils among the evil jinn and mankind, by having strong faith in Allaah and by putting his trust in Him and seeking refuge with Him and beseeching Him, reciting the prayers for protection narrated from the Prophet ( ): 1- reciting al-Mi’wadhatayn, 2- Soorat al-Ikhlaas. 3- Soorat al-Faatihah. (7 times) 4- Aayat al-Kursi. 5- Du’aa’s for protection include the following: A’oodhu bi kalimaat-illaah il-taammati min sharri ma khalaqa (I seek refuge in the perfect words of Allaah from the evil of that which He has created). A’oodhu bi kalimaat-illaah il-taammati min ghadabihi wa ‘iqaabihi, wa min sharri ‘ibaadihi wa min hamazaat al-shayaateeni wa an yahduroon (I seek refuge in the perfect words of Allaah from His wrath and punishment, from the evil of His slaves and from the evil promptings of the devils and from their presence).
“Hasbi Allaahu laa ilaaha illa huwa, ‘alayhi tawakkaltu wa huwa Rabb ul-‘arsh il-‘azeem (Allaah is sufficient for me. Laa ilaaha illa Huwa (none has the right to be worshipped but He) in Him I put my trust and He is the Lord of the Mighty Throne)” [al-Tawbah 9:129 – interpretation of the meaning] And there are other similar du’aa’s that are prescribed in sharee’ah. ( This is what was meant by Ibn al-Qayyim in the words quoted at the beginning.)
If it is known or suspected that a person has been afflicted by the evil eye, then the one who put the evil eye on him should be ordered to wash himself for his brother. So a vessel of water should be brought, and he should put his hand in it, rinse out his mouth into the vessel. Then he should wash his face in the vessel, then put his left hand into the vessel and wash his right knee, then put his right hand in the vessel and wash his left knee. Then he should wash inside his garment. Then the water should be poured over the head of the one on whom he put the evil eye, pouring it from behind in one go. Then he will be healed, by Allaah’s leave.
There is nothing wrong with taking precautions against the evil eye before it happens, and this does not contradict the idea of tawakkul (putting one's trust in Allaah). In fact this is tawakkul, because tawakkul means putting one’s trust in Allaah whilst also implementing the means that have been permitted or enjoined. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) used to seek refuge for al-Hasan and al-Husayn and say: U’eedhukuma bi kalimaat Allaah al-taammati min kulli shaytaanin wa haammah wa min kulli ‘aynin laammah (I seek refuge for you both in the perfect words of Allaah, from every devil and every poisonous reptile, and from every evil eye).’” Al-Tirmidhi, 2060; Abu Dawood, 4737. And he would say, “Thus Ibraaheem used to seek refuge with Allaah for Ishaaq and Ismaa’eel, peace be upon them both.” Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 3371. the evil eye may be given by a kaafir.
Lessons from Surat Al-Falaq: Lessons from Surat Al-Falaq: 1) It’s a Sura for seeking refuge with Allah the Lord from external evils: - The darkness with all the evils. - The sorcerers who blow in knots. - The envier who wishes the blessings upon others to be removed. 2) The envy is: Haram. 3) The scholars allow Ruqya with three conditions: a)It must be with the words of Allah or His names and attributes. b)It must be in Arabic. c)Not to depend on it as it will work by its own, but with Allah’s will.
Some benefits of Surat Al-Falaq: 1)( خلق ) : It includes all the evils in the creatures. (Human, animals, jinn… So on). 2) ( حاسد ):It includes the evil eye. 3)The reason of mentioning ( الفلق ): Allah is the Cleaver of the daybreak and He is the Only one who can remove the darkness of the evil works by lightening with good works: (witchcraft)--- Who causes the seed grain and the fruit stone to split and sprout after they were attached, is able to remove the knots of the sorcerers. (envy): --- Envy is a human inner-selves which are swayed by greed, his breast closed and constricted --- so ( رب الفلق ) is able to remove the constriction of the envier.
4) Narrated Uqba bin Amer , I said: "O Messenger of Allah ! Teach me some verses of Surat Hud and Surat Yousif". The messenger of Allah said: "O Uqba bin Amer! You will not read Sura that Allah likes most, more than قل أعوذ برب الفلق, if you can't miss it in the prayer, then do it". ---→ In spite of the plenty of number of letters in Surat (Hud & Yousif) together (approximately 14781) letters, and the number of the letters in Al-Falaq are (70) letters, we are hasty in reciting Quran more than understanding it's gracious meanings!!! 5) Allah ordered us to seek the refuge with the Lord, from four external evils, and in fact we are not the cause of them (we are not the sorcerers, enviers), and it they happened upon someone, he will be rewarded if he was patient and act towards it in a correct way. But in Surat An-Nas: Allah ordered us to seek refuge from one internal devil, who when we follow what he whispered, we will be punished from Allah in this life and in the Hereafter. ---→ So the evil in Surat An-Nas is more dangerous than evils in Surat Al-Falaq. (Nothing in the Quran is in vain)
6) The Sequence of the evils are: In descending form (in numbers of happening): The darkness occurred every day, and it comes more than the number of the sorcerers, and the sorcerers in the Surat Al-Falaq are plural and the envier is one. 7) Allah mentioned the name ( رب ) with these evils: To show us that He (the Lord) created these evils not to torture us, but to raise us up from deficiency to perfection (one of the meanings of the name Lord), and the one who hadn't stop his harmful acts towards others hadn't benefited with the name ( الرب ). We seek the refuge with ( الرب ) who is repairing our attitudes. 8) One of the wisdoms of ending Al-Qura'an with Surat Al- Falaq and An-Nas: Ibn Al-Jazri said: "While the Qur'an is the best bounty upon worshippers, and the bounties may cause the risk of envy → the Qur'an ends with Surat Al-Falaq that will extinguish envy by seeking refuge with Allah.