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 Quran 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 tenth juz’ of the Quran contains parts of two chapters of the Quran: the last part of Surah Al-Anfal (from verse 41) and the first part of Surah At-Tawbah (to verse 93).
“...and engage much in the dhikr (contemplation on the forces of the Names comprising your essence) of Allah so you can overcome difficulties and attain salvation.” (Quran 8:45)
“And obey Allah and His Rasul...” (Quran 8:46)
“Fight them; (so that) Allah will punish them through your hands and will disgrace them...” (Quran 9:14)
“Verily the dualists (who claim the existence of their ego-identities alongside the Absolute Oneness) are contaminated...” (Quran 9:28)