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Then whosoever does righteous works, while believing, his striving will not go unappreciated. We record them all for him. 94 It is imperative that a habitation We have destroyed will not desist (from unbelief) 95 Even when Gog and Magog are let loose and they shall break forth from every elevated place. 96 when the true promise draws near; the eyes of the unbelievers will stare (and they will say): 'Alas for us! Of this we have been heedless. We have been harmdoers' 97 'Surely you, and that you were serving apart from God, are fuel for Gehenna; you shall go down to it.' 98 If those had been gods, they would never have gone down to it; yet every one of them shall therein abide forever;' 99 there shall be sighing for them therein, and naught they shall hear. 100 Surely (as for) those for whom the good has already gone forth from Us, they shall be kept far off from it; 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 Great Terror shall grieve them not, and the angels will meet them: this is Your Day which ye were ever promised 103 The day We shall roll up the heavens like a written scroll, We shall revert it (to nothing) as it was before We first created it. This is a promise incumbent on Us; We will certainly fulfil it. 104 We have written in the psalms which We had revealed after the Torah that the earth will be given to Our righteous servants as their inheritance. 105 This Qur’an is sufficient for people who are devout. 106 And We have not sent thee except as a mercy unto the Worlds. 107 Say: "It has but been revealed unto me that your God is the One and Only God: will you, then, surrender yourselves unto Him?" 108 But if they turn away, then say, "I have announced to [all of] you equally. And I know not whether near or far is that which you are promised. 109 "It is He Who knows what is open in speech and what ye hide (in your hearts). 110 I think that this [reprieve] is possibly a trial for you, an opportunity to enjoy yourselves until an appointed time." 111 "Judge in truth (between us), O Lord," he said. "Our Lord is merciful, whose help we seek against what you attribute." 112
Allah the Almighty always says the 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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