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Then whoso doeth some good works and is a believer, there will be no rejection of his effort. Lo! We record (it) for him. 94 And a ban is laid on every town which We have destroyed, that they Shall not return. 95 Until, when Ya'juj and Ma'juj (Gog and Magog) are let loose (from their barrier), and they swiftly swarm from every mound. 96 And [when] the true promise has approached; then suddenly the eyes of those who disbelieved will be staring [in horror, while they say], "O woe to us; we had been unmindful of this; rather, we were wrongdoers." 97 Indeed, you [disbelievers] and what you worship other than Allah are the firewood of Hell. You will be coming to [enter] it. 98 Had these indeed been gods they would not have gone there. But (as it is), all of you shall ever abide in it." 99 There is groaning for them therein, and they do not hear. 100 Verily those for whom the good reward hath preceded from Us, they therefrom shall be kept far away. 101 they shall be, kept far from it neither shall they hear any whisper of it, and they shall dwell forever in that their souls desired; 102 the greatest terror shall not grieve them, and the angels shall receive them: 'This is your day that you were promised.' 103 On that Day We shall roll up the heavens like a scroll of parchment. As We originated the first creation, so shall We repeat it. This is a promise binding on Us. Truly, We shall fulfill it. 104 And indeed We have written in Zabur (Psalms) [i.e. all the revealed Holy Books the Taurat (Torah), the Injeel (Gospel), the Quran] after (We have already written in) Al-Lauh Al-Mahfuz (the Book, that is in the heaven with Allah), that My righteous slaves shall inherit the land (i.e. the land of Paradise). 105 Herein, surely, is a message for those devoted to worship. 106 We have not sent thee, save as a mercy unto all beings. 107 Proclaim, “It is divinely revealed to me that your God is the only One God Allah; do you therefore become Muslims?” 108 If they turn away, tell them: "I have warned you all alike. I do not know if what has been promised you is near or far away. 109 Verily He knoweth that which is public in speech, and He knoweth that which ye hide. 110 And I know not; perhaps it is a trial for you and enjoyment for a time." 111 [The Prophet] has said, "My Lord, judge [between us] in truth. And our Lord is the Most Merciful, the one whose help is sought against that which you describe." 112
Almighty God's Truth.
End of Surah: The Prophets (Al-Anbyaa'). Sent down in Mecca after Abraham (Ibrahim) before The Believers (Al-Mu' minoon)
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