Surah al-Qalam (Arabic: سورة القلم, “The Pen”) is the sixty-eighth sura of the Qur’an with 52 ayat. The Surat describes Allah‘s justice and the judgment day. Three important themes of this Surah are a response to the opponents objections, warning and admonition to the disbelievers, and exhortation of patience to the Islamic prophet Muhammad. Chronologically, this is the first appearance of any of the “disjointed” [i.e., single] letters (muqattaat) which precede a number of the surahs of the Qur’an while in Quranic Order this is the last surah to have the appearance of (muqattaat).
Sūrat al-Qalam helps ease financial difficulties
The Holy Prophet (s.a.w.) has said that the one who recites this surah will never face financial difficulties.
May Allah make life easy for us! Amen!