Islam requires a devotee to follow every lines and words of Quran unaltered, and cannot eliminate any single letter or word.

Now, if one claims a favourite quote from quran (I am not talking about a relevant quote to a real life context), it automaticallly assumes the other quotes are somewhat less favourite or less acceptable to that person.

Does Islam allowes a devotee/ practicing Muslim to have a more favourite or less favourite quote from Quran Shareef?

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Many people have favorite quotes from Quran. It is part of human nature and there is nothing wrong with it.

I have many favorite quotes. One of them is

Quran 94:5-6 So indeed with hardship is ease. Indeed with hardship is ease.

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