25 The Statute Book
Al-Furqaan
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Hizb 37
Juz 19
۞ Those who have no desire to meet Us have said, "Would that the angels had been sent to us or that we could see our Lord." They are really filled with pride and have committed the greatest and worst kind of rebellion and hostility. (21) The day they see the angels - no good tidings will there be that day for the criminals, and [the angels] will say, "Prevented and inaccessible." (22) We shall turn to their deeds and scatter them like particles of dust. (23) The inhabitants of the Garden will have the best residence and the finest lodging on that Day. (24) On that Day, the heaven is split asunder with clouds and the angels are sent down in majesty, (25) True sovereignty, that Day, is for the Most Merciful. And it will be upon the disbelievers a difficult Day. (26) It will be a hard day for the unbelievers. It will be a day when the unjust will bite their fingers, (regretfully) saying, "Would that we had followed the path of the Messengers. (27) Woe to us! Would that we had not been friends with so and so. (28) For it was he, who had deluded me to reject the Admonition which had come to me. Satan has proved very treacherous to man. " (29) And the Noble Messenger submitted, “O my Lord indeed my people took this Qur’an as worthy of being abandoned.” (30) Thus have We made for every Prophet an enemy among the Mujrimun (disbelievers, polytheists, criminals, etc.). But Sufficient is your Lord as a Guide and Helper. (31) The unbelievers have said, "Why was the whole Quran not revealed to him at once?" We have revealed it to you in gradual steps to strengthen your hearts and give you explanations. (32) We will support you with the Truth and the best interpretation whenever the infidels argue against you. (33) They who shall be gathered prone on their faces unto Hell - those shall be worst in respect of place and the most astray in respect of path. (34)
25 The Statute Book
Al-Furqaan
3 of 6
۞
Hizb 37
Juz 19