Bismillah, the following are some of the benefits derived from ahadeeth 5 and 6 from Sahih Al-Bukhari from the “Book of Revelation”
Hadeeth of Sa’id Ibn Jubair (radiyAllahu anhuma)
– The hadeeth starts off by mentioning the explanation of Ibn Abbas (radiyAllahu Anhuma) of Allah’s statements in the Qur’an from Surahtul Qiyama (16-19)
– Abdullah Ibn Abbas (radiyAllahu ta3la Anhuma) was one of the greatest muffasireen (those who do tafseer of the Qur’an)
– The Prophet Sal Allahu alayhi wa salam would move his tongue/lips during revelation for fear that he may forget and not retain all of what was being revealed
– Due to the movement of the tongue/lips, Allah revealed verses 16-19 from Surahtul Qiyama
– The prophet Sal Allahu alayhi wa salam was to be silent and listen to Jibril recite; point of benefit here is that when a teacher speaks, the student must listen silently and not speak.
– Another point of benefit is that the Qur’an must be taught to you and you must recite it to someone so that you may be corrected; Even the Prophet Sal Allahu alayhi wa salam used to recite the Qur’an to Jibril, and in the last ramadan of his life he completed the review twice with Jibril.
– Every student must revise what he knows otherwise it will escape his mind, especially the Qur’an; Narrated Abu Musa: The Prophet said, “Keep on reciting the Qur’an, for, by Him in Whose Hand my life is, Quran runs away (is forgotten) faster than camels that are released from their tying ropes.” Sahih Al-Bukhari
Hadeeth of Ibn Abbas (radiyAllahu anhuma)
– The hadeeth mentioned, as mentioned in the hadeeth before, that the Qur’an would be taught to the Prophet Sal Allahu Alayhi wa salam from Jibril
– It also showed how Al-Bukhari would divide the different ahadeeth into different chapters and this hadeeth can also be brought up by him in the “Book of Ramadan”