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74:1  You, wrapped in your cloak
74:2  arise and give warning
74:3  Proclaim the glory of your Lord
74:4  purify your garments
74:5  shun uncleanness
74:6  do not bestow a favour in the expectation of receiving more in return
74:7  and for the sake of your Lord, be patient
74:8  When the Trumpet is sounded
74:9  that Day will be a hard and distressing Day
74:10  It will not be easy for those who deny the truth
74:11  Leave Me alone [to deal] with him whom I have created alone
74:12  and to whom I have granted resources in abundance
74:13  and sons to be by his side
74:14  and whom I have provided with every resource
74:15  and yet, he greedily desires that I give him even more
74:16  By no means! He has been stubbornly hostile to Our revelation
74:17  I shall force him to endure a painful uphill climb
74:18  For he thought and he plotte
74:19  and woe to him; how he plotted
74:20  Let him be destroyed. How he calculated
74:21  Then he looked round
74:22  then he frowned and scowled
74:23  and he turned his back and behaved arrogantl
74:24  and said, This is nothing but sorcery from the ancients
74:25  This is nothing but the word of a mortal
74:26  Soon I will cast him into hell
74:27  What could make you conceive what hell-fire is
74:28  It does not allow anyone to live, and neither does it leave anyone to die
74:29  it scorches the skin
74:30  there are nineteen [angels] in charge of i
74:31  We have appointed only angels to be wardens of the Fire. We have specified their number only as a trial for those who are bent on denying the truth, so that those who were given the Book might gain in certainty, and those who believe might increase in faith and so that neither those who have been given the Scripture nor the believers might have any doubts, and that those sick at heart and those who deny the truth might ask, What does God mean by this parable? In this way, God lets go astray whom He wills, and guides whom He wills. And none knows the forces of your Lord but He. This is but a Reminder for man
74:32  No, by the moon
74:33  By the night when it departs
74:34  By the dawn when it lightens
74:35  Surely, it is one of the gravest things
74:36  it is a warning to man
74:37  alike to every one of you, who want to go forward or hang back
74:38  Every soul is held in pledge against its own deeds
74:39  except those of the right han
74:40  who in their gardens will be enquirin
74:41  about the sinners
74:42  What has brought you into the Fire of Hell
74:43  and they shall reply, We were not among those who prayed
74:44  and we did not feed the poor
74:45  we indulged in vain arguments along with those who indulged in them
74:46  and we denied the Day of Judgemen
74:47  until the Inevitable End [death] overtook us
74:48  So no intercession will avail them
74:49  Then what is wrong with them that they turn away from admonition
74:50  like frightened donkey
74:51  fleeing from a lion
74:52  Indeed, everyone of them desires to have sheets of revelations unfolded before the
74:53  No! They do not fear the Hereafte
74:54  but this is truly a reminder
74:55  Let him who will take heed
74:56  they will only take heed if God so wills: He is the Lord who is worthy to be feared: the Lord of forgiveness