16 The Bee
Al-nahl
16 of 16
Juz 14
Surely, Abraham was a nation obedient unto God, a man of pure faith and no idolater, (120) [for he was always] grateful for the blessings granted by Him who had elected him and guided him onto a straight way. (121) And We gave him goodness in this world; and indeed in the Hereafter he is worthy of proximity. (122) And afterward We inspired thee (Muhammad, saying): Follow the religion of Abraham, as one by nature upright. He was not of the idolaters. (123) The Sabbath was appointed only for those who differed concerning it, and lo! thy Lord will judge between them on the Day of Resurrection concerning that wherein they used to differ. (124) Call them to the path of your Lord with wisdom and words of good advice; and reason with them in the best way possible. Your Lord surely knows who strays from His path, and He knows those who are guided the right way. (125) If you have to retaliate, do so to the extent you have been injured; but if you forbear it is best for those who bear with fortitude. (126) And be patient, [O Muhammad], and your patience is not but through Allah. And do not grieve over them and do not be in distress over what they conspire. (127) For Allah is with those who restrain themselves, and those who do good. (128)
Almighty God's Truth.
End of Surah: The Bee (Al-nahl). Sent down in Mecca after The Cave (Al-Kahf) before Noah (Noah)
16 The Bee
Al-nahl
16 of 16
Juz 14