25 The Statute Book
Al-Furqaan
3 of 6
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Hizb 37
Juz 19
۞ Those who do not hope to meet Us say: "Why are no angels sent down to us, or why do we not see our Lord?" They are full of self-conceit and behave with intense arrogance. (21) On the day when they behold the angels, on that day there will be no good tidings for the guilty; and they will cry: A forbidding ban! (22) And We shall set upon that which they worked, and shall make it as dust wind-scattered. (23) The dwellers of Paradise on that day will have the best residence and resting place. (24) Upon the day that heaven is split asunder with the clouds and the angels are sent down in majesty, (25) on that Day [it will become obvious to all that] true sovereignty belongs to the Most Gracious [alone]: hence, a Day of distress will it be for all who deny the truth, (26) The unjust man will bite at his hand and say, "Would that I had stood by the Messenger! (27) O, woe to me! Would that I had not chosen so and so for a friend! (28) He led me away from the remembrance after it had come to me. And ever is Satan, to man, a deserter." (29) The Messenger says, 'O my Lord, behold, my people have taken this Koran as a thing to be shunned.' (30) And thus have We made for every prophet an enemy from among the sinners and sufficient is your Lord as a Guide and a Helper. (31) And the disbelievers say, “Why was the Qur’an not sent down to him all at once?” This is how We sent it in stages, in order to strengthen your heart with it and We read it slowly, in stages. (32) And they do not come to you with an argument except that We bring you the truth and the best explanation. (33) Those who will be driven headlong into hell will have a terrible dwelling; they have certainly gone astray. (34)
25 The Statute Book
Al-Furqaan
3 of 6
۞
Hizb 37
Juz 19