The Quran in general is divided into chapters (surah) and verses (ayat). It is additionally divided into 30 equal sections, called juz . Of note, division into Juzʾ has no relevance to the meaning of the Quran and anyone can start reading from anywhere in the Quran. The divisions of juz do not fall evenly along chapter lines. These divisions make it easier to pace the reading over a month’s period, reading a fairly equal amount each day. This is particularly important during the month of Ramadan, when it is recommended to complete at least one full reading of the Qur’an from cover to cover. Some use this divisions to facilitate recitation of the Quran in a month, especially during Ramadan when the entire Quran is recited in the Tarawih prayers, reciting approximately one juzʾ a night.
The 30th juz’ of the Quran includes the last 37 surahs (chapters) of the holy book, from the first verse of the 78th chapter (An-Naba 78:1) and continuing to the end of the Quran, or verse 6 of the 114th chapter (An-Nas 114:1). While this juz' contains a large number of complete chapters, the chapters themselves are quite short, ranging in length from 3-46 verses each. Most of the chapters in this juz' consist of fewer than 25 verses.
“Indeed we have warned you of a close suffering (caused by the realization of the truth through the experience of death)! On that day, man will observe what his hands have put forth, and those who denied the knowledge of reality will say ‘Oh, how I wish I was dust!’” (Quran 78:40)
“During that period (the eternal life) they will see that is as though they had not remained [in the world] except for an ‘Ashiyyah’ (the time it takes for the sun to set below the horizon) or the period of twilight.” (Quran 79:46)
“The book [the record of the individual’s life] will be laid open; and those who are guilty will be filled with dread at the information they see and will exclaim: ‘Oh, woe unto us! What kind of a book (recorded information) is this! It leaves out nothing, small or great, but takes all our thoughts and deeds into account!’ They will find in their presence all that they have done! Your Rabb does not wrong anyone.” (Quran 81:49)
“Who created you, formed you (created you with a program to form your brain, an individual consciousness and a spirit) and balanced you (the work process of your brain, consciousness and spirit)! Whatever form (manifestation of Names) He willed for you, He configured your composition accordingly.” (Quran 82:7-8)
“Certainly you will change dimensions and transform into bodies befitting those dimensions!” (Quran 84:19)
“But this is an honored Quran in a preserved tablet (Lawh-i Mahfuz; the unmanifest knowledge of Allah and sunnatullah).” (Quran 85:21-22)
“And that Day (period) Hell will be brought (to enclose the earth) – during this period man will remember and think, but what benefit to him will the remembrance (dhikr) be (when he no longer has a body – brain with which he can develop his spirit)?” He will say “I wish I had done beneficial things (raised my consciousness level to observe the Names).” (Quran 89:23-24)
“He who purifies (his consciousness) has succeeded.” (Quran 91:9)
“As for he who gives (both of himself, i.e. his constructed identity, and from himself, i.e. from that which is valuable for him) and protects himself, and believes (confirms) the Most Beautiful (Names) (to be his essential reality), We will ease him towards ease. But as for he who withholds and considers himself free of need (of purification and protection) and denies the Most Beautiful (to be his essential reality), We will ease him toward the most difficult (to a life veiled from the knowledge of the Reality and the sunnatullah)!” (Quran 92:5-10)
“We have certainly created man in the best of forms (with the qualities of the Names). Then We reduced him to the lowest of the low (to the/their world of conditionings).” (Quran 95:4-5)
“READ (grasp) with the Name of your Rabb (with the knowledge that comprises your being), who created. Created man from alaq (a clot of blood; genetic composition). Read! For your Rabb is Akram (most generous). Who taught (programmed the genes and the essential qualities) by the Pen. (That is) Taught man that which he knew not.” (Quran 96:1-5)
“The Quran, which is a reference to the totality of secrets and man’s own essence (anzalnaHU), is revealed to man’s consciousness when he experiences his nothingness (night).
Remember man is the twin brother of the Quran…
Do you know what this reality, this secret (al-Qadr) is?
Experiencing the darkness of your nothingness (night) during al-Qadr, is more auspicious than all that you can live in a thousand months (an 80 odd year life span).
The angels (the angelic forces within – wings denote the 2-3-4 dimensions of these forces) and the Spirit (the meaning of ‘HU’ comprising the essence of your existence) becomes revealed in one’s consciousness with the permission (capacity) of his Rabb (the composition of Allah’s Names comprising his essence); such that he experiences his inexistence while experiencing the absolute existence of Allah, in a state of certainty (yakeen) free from all judgments!” (Quran 97:1-5)
“...Well-pleased is Allah with them, and well-pleased are they with Him (the reflections of divine qualities)...” (Quran 98:8)
“Whoever does an iota worth of good will see it, and whoever does an iota worth of evil will see it.” (Quran 99:7-8)
“So woe to those who pray (due to tradition), who are heedless (cocooned) of (the experience of the meaning of) their salat (which is an ascension [miraj] to their innermost essential reality; their Rabb).” (Quran 107:4-5)