Throughout this book, we examined the revelation of wisdom, remembrance, and lessons contained in Surat al-Kahf. We explained the inherent wisdom in its verses, as our Lord commands in: "Remember Allah's blessing to you, and the Book and Wisdom He has sent down to you to admonish you" (Surat al-Baqara, 231).
Every Muslim is responsible for trying to understand and live by the wisdom revealed in the verses and for telling people about them, as Allah says:
There is instruction in their stories for people of intelligence. This is not a narration that has been invented, but a confirmation of all that came before, a clarification of everything, and a guidance and a mercy for people who believe. (Surah Yusuf, 111)
For every person seeking guidance and wisdom, the book you are holding in your hands contains very important reflections on devotion, obedience, submission to destiny, this worldly and temporary life, Allah's being beyond time and space, His servants who are blessed by special knowledge, the end awaiting those who grow arrogant toward Allah's revelation, and the blissful future waiting those who believe.
Surat al-Kahf also contains very good news for the believers: the approaching glorious period of the End Times. If Surat al-Kahf is viewed from this perspective, it points at the different phases (the beginning, development, and conclusion) of Islam during the End Times, which culminates in the rule of Islam and concludes with the arrival of Prophet `Isa (as).
As we understand from many verses, victory and dominion are promised to believers of depth and wisdom. This is the last phase, and an era in which the revelations of Surat an-Nur will come true by Allah's will, as follows:
Allah has promised those of you who believe and do right actions that He will make them successors in the land, just as He made those before them successors, and will firmly establish for them their religion with which He is pleased, and give them, in place of their fear, security. "They worship Me, not associating anything with Me." Any who do not believe after that, such people are deviators. (Surat an-Nur, 55)