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Surely of the Sent Ones, Thou
A revelation of the Mighty, the Merciful
That thou shouldest warn a people whose fathers were not warned and therefore lived in heedlessness
Just, now, is our sentence against most of them; therefore they shall not believe
On their necks have we placed chains which reach the chin, and forced up are their heads
Before them have we set a barrier and behind them a barrier, and we have shrouded them in a veil, so that they shall not see
Alike is it to them if thou warn them or warn them not: they will not believe
Him only shalt thou really warn, who followeth the monition and feareth the God of mercy in secret: him cheer with tidings of pardon, and of a noble recompense
Verily, it is We who will quicken the dead, and write down the works which they have sent on before them, and the traces which they shall have left behind them: and everything have we set down in the clear Book of our decrees
Set forth to them the instance of the people of the city when the Sent Ones came to it
When we sent two unto them and they charged them both with imposture - therefore with a third we strengthened them: and they said, "Verily we are the Sent unto you of God."
They said, "Ye are only men like us: Nought hath the God of Mercy sent down. Ye do nothing but lie."
They said, "Our Lord knoweth that we are surely sent unto you
To proclaim a clear message is our only duty."
They said, "Of a truth we augur ill from you: if ye desist not we will surely stone you, and a grievous punishment will surely befall you from us."
They said, "Your augury of ill is with yourselves. Will ye be warned? Nay, ye are an erring people."
Then from the end of the city a man came running: He said, "O my people! follow the Sent Ones
Follow those who ask not of you a recompense, and who are rightly guided
And why should I not worship Him who made me, and to whom ye shall be brought back
Shall I take gods beside Him? If the God of Mercy be pleased to afflict me, their intercession will not avert from me aught, nor will they deliver
Truly then should I be in a manifest error
Verily, in your Lord have I believed; therefore hear me."
- It was said to him, "Enter thou into Paradise:" And he said, "Oh that my people kne
How gracious God hath been to me, and that He hath made me one of His honoured ones."
But no army sent we down out of heaven after his death, nor were we then sending down our angels
There was but one shout from Gabriel, and lo! they were extinct
Oh! the misery that rests upon my servants! No apostle cometh to them but they laugh him to scorn
See they not how many generations we have destroyed before them? Not to false gods is it that they shall be brought back
But all, gathered together, shall be set before Us
Moreover, the dead earth is a sign to them: we quicken it and bring forth the grain from it, and they eat thereof
And we make in it gardens of the date and vine; and we cause springs to gush forth in it
That they may eat of its fruits and of the labour of their hands. Will they not therefore be thankful
Glory be to Him, who hath created all the sexual pairs of such things as Earth produceth, and of mankind themselves; and of things beyond their ken
A sign to them also is the Night. We withdraw the day from it, and lo! they are plunged in darkness
And the Sun hasteneth to her place of rest. This, the ordinance of the Mighty, the Knowing
And as for the Moon, We have decreed stations for it, till it change like an old and crooked palm branch
To the Sun it is not given to overtake the Moon, nor doth the night outstrip the day; but each in its own sphere doth journey on
It is also a sign to them that we bare their posterity in the full-laden Ark
And that we have made for them vessels like it on which they embark
And if we please, we drown them, and there is none to help them, and they are not rescued
Unless through our mercy, and that they may enjoy themselves for yet awhile
And when it is said to them, Fear what is before you and what is behind you, that ye may obtain mercy. . .
Aye, not one sign from among the signs of their Lord dost thou bring them, but they turn away from it
And when it is said to them, Give alms of what God hath bestowed on you, they who believe not say to the believers, "Shall we feed him whom God can feed if He will? Truly ye are in no other than a plain error."
And they say, "When will this promise be fulfilled, if what ye say be true?"
They await but a single blast: as they are wrangling shall it assail them
And not a bequest shall they be able to make, nor to their families shall they return
And the trumpet shall be blown, and, lo! they shall speed out of their sepulchres to their Lord
They shall say, "Oh! woe to us! who hath roused us from our sleeping place? 'Tis what the God of Mercy promised; and the Apostles spake the truth."
But one blast shall there be, and, lo! they shall be assembled before us, all together
And on that day shall no soul be wronged in the least: neither shall ye be rewarded but as ye shall have wrought
But joyous on that day shall be the inmates of Paradise, in their employ
In shades, on bridal couches reclining, they and their spouses
Therein shall they have fruits, and shall have whatever they require
"Peace!" shall be the word on the part of a merciful Lord
"But be ye separated this day, O ye sinners
Did I not enjoin on you, O sons of Adam, 'Worship not Satan, for that he is your declared foe,
But 'Worship Me: this is a right path'
But now hath he led a vast host of you astray. Did ye not then comprehend
This is Hell with which ye were threatened
Endure its heat this day, for that ye believed not."
On that day will we set a seal upon their mouths; yet shall their hands speak unto us, and their feet shall bear witness of that which they shall have done
And, if we pleased, we would surely put out their eyes: yet even then would they speed on with rivalry in their path: but how should they see
And, if we pleased, we would surely transform them as they stand, and they would not be able to move onward, or to return
Him cause we to stoop through age whose days we lengthen. Will they not understand
We have not taught him (Muhammad) poetry, nor would it beseem him. This Book is no other than a warning and a clear Koran
To warn whoever liveth; and, that against the Infidels sentence may be justly given
See they not that we have created for them among the things which our hands have wrought, the animals of which they are masters
And that we have subjected them unto them? And on some they ride, and of others they eat
And they find in them profitable uses and beverages
Yet have they taken other gods beside God that they might be helpful to them
No power have they to succour them: yet are their votaries an army at their service
Let not their speech grieve thee: We know what they hide and what they bring to light
Doth not man perceive that we have created him of the moist germs of life? Yet lo! is he an open caviller
And he meeteth us with arguments, and forgetteth his creation: "Who," saith he, "shall give life to bones when they are rotten?"
SAY: He shall give life to them who gave them being at first, for in all creation is he skilled
Who even out of the green tree hath given you fire, and lo! ye kindle flame from it
What! must not He who hath created the Heavens and the Earth be mighty enough to create your likes? Yes! and He is the skilful creator
His command when He willeth aught, is but to say to it, BE, and IT IS
So glory be to Him in whose hand is sway over all things! And to Him shall ye be brought back