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89:1  By the dawn
89:2  And by ten nights
89:3  And by the even and the odd
89:4  And by the night when it departeth
89:5  Indeed in that there is an oath for a man of sense
89:6  Bethinkest thou not in what wise thy Lord did with the 'A'ad
89:7  The people of many-columned lram
89:8  The like of which was not built in the cities
89:9  And With Thamud who hewed out rocks in the vale
89:10  And with Fir'awn, owner of the stakes
89:11  Who all waxed exorbitant in the cities
89:12  And multiplied therein corruption
89:13  Wherefore thy Lord poured on them the scourge of His torment
89:14  Verily thy Lord is in an ambuscade
89:15  As for man - when his Lord proveth him and so honoureth him and is bounteous Unto him, then he saith: 'my Lord hath honoured me
89:16  And when He proveth him, and so stinteth Unto him his provision, he saith: 'my Lord hath despised me
89:17  By no means! But ye honour not the orphan
89:18  Nor urge upon each other the feeding of the poor
89:19  And devour the inheritance devouring greedily
89:20  And ye love riches with exceeding love
89:21  By no means! when the earth shall be ground with grinding, grinding
89:22  And thy Lord shall come and the angels, rank on rank
89:23  And the Hell on that Day shall be brought nigh. On that Day man shall remember, but how will remembrance avail him
89:24  He will say. 'would that I had sent before for this life of mine
89:25  Wherefore on that Day none shall torment with His torment
89:26  Nor shall any bind with His bond
89:27  O thou peaceful soul
89:28  Return Unto thine Lord well pleased and well-pleasing
89:29  Enter thou among My righteous bondmen
89:30  And enter thou My Garden