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Lo! Abraham was a nation obedient to Allah, by nature upright, and he was not of the idolaters; (120) He showed his gratitude for the favours of Allah, who chose him, and guided him to a Straight Way. (121) And We vouchsafed unto him good in this world, and in the Hereafter he shall be of the righteous. (122) So We have taught thee the inspired (Message), "Follow the ways of Abraham the True in Faith, and he joined not gods with Allah." (123) The Sabbath was made obligatory only upon those who differed in it; and indeed your Lord will judge between them on the Day of Resurrection concerning the matter in which they differed. (124) Call them unto the way of thy Lord with Wisdom and goodly exhortation, and argue with them with that which is best. Verily thy Lord! He is the Best Knower of him who hath strayed from His way, and He is the Best Knower of the guided ones. (125) Hence, if you have to respond to an attack [in argument,] respond only to the extent of the attack levelled against you; but to bear yourselves with patience is indeed far better for [you, since God is with] those who are patient in adversity. (126) Endure with patience, for your endurance is not without the help of God. Do not grieve for them, and do not be distressed by their plots. (127) Lo! Allah is with those who keep their duty unto Him and those who are doers of good. (128)
True are the words of God the Almighty.
End of Surah: The Bee (Al-nahl). Sent down in Mecca after The Cave (Al-Kahf) before Noah (Noah)
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Al-nahl
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