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Whoever works any act of righteousness and has faith,- His endeavour will not be rejected: We shall record it in his favour. (94) It is imperative that a habitation We have destroyed will not desist (from unbelief) (95) Until when the way is opened up for Gog and Magog and they press from every elevated place, (96) when the true promise of God draws near, those who denied the truth will stare in amazement, crying, "Woe to us! We have been so heedless of this. Indeed, we were wrongdoers." (97) Verily ye, (unbelievers), and the (false) gods that ye worship besides Allah, are (but) fuel for Hell! to it will ye (surely) come! (98) Had these been gods, they would not have gone down thereunto; and all of them therein shall be abiders. (99) Theirs therein shall be roaring, and therein they shall hear not. (100) But those whom We have surpassed with the finest (rank) from Us shall be far removed from it, (101) They will not hear its faintest sound, and they shall abide in that which their souls long for. (102) The Hour of the Great Terror shall not grieve them, and the angels shall receive them saying: "This is your Day which you had been promised." (103) The day when We shall roll up the heavens as the recording angel rolls up the register of deeds; We shall make him similar to Our making him the first time; this is a promise upon Us; We certainly have to do it. (104) Surely We wrote in the Psalms, after the exhortation, that the earth shall be inherited by My righteous servants. (105) This is a lesson for those who worship (God). (106) We sent thee not save as a mercy for the peoples. (107) Say: "This is what has been revealed to me: 'Your God is one and only God.' So will you bow in homage to Him?" (108) But if they turn back, Say: "I have proclaimed the Message to you all alike and in truth; but I know not whether that which ye are promised is near or far. (109) Lo! He knoweth that which is said openly, and that which ye conceal. (110) I do not know (why God has commanded me to warn you of the torment). Perhaps it is a trial for you and a respite for an appointed time". (111) He (Muhammad SAW) said:"My Lord! Judge You in truth! Our Lord is the Most Beneficent, Whose Help is to be sought against that which you attribute (unto Allah that He has offspring, and unto Muhammad SAW that he is a sorcerer, and unto the Quran that it is poetry, etc.)!" (112)
True are the words of God the Almighty.
End of Surah: The Prophets (Al-Anbyaa'). Sent down in Mecca after Abraham (Ibrahim) before The Believers (Al-Mu' minoon)
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