And the even and the odd
And the night when it passes
In this is an oath for the one with intelligence
Did you not see what your Lord did to 'Aa
Irum, with the great column
The one which was like no other in the lan
And Thamud who carved the rocks in the valle
And Pharaoh with the plank
They all transgressed in the land
And made much corruption therein
So your Lord poured upon them a measure of retribution
Your Lord is ever watchful
As for man, if his Lord tests him and grants him much, then he says: "My Lord has blessed me!"
And if his Lord tests him and gives him little wealth, then he says: "My Lord has humiliated me!"
No, you are not generous to the orphan
And you do not look to feeding the poor
And you consume others inheritance, all with greed
And you love money, a love that is excessive
No, when the Earth is pounded into rubble
And your Lord comes with the Angels row after row
And Hell on that Day is brought. On that Day man will remember, but how will the remembrance now help hi
He says: "I wish I had worked towards my life!"
On that Day, no other will bear his punishment
Nor will anyone be able to free his bonds
"O you soul which is peaceful."
"Return to your Lord happy and content."
"And enter in amongst My servants."
"And enter My Paradise."