And remember thou Our bondman Ayyub, what time he cried unto his Lord: verily the Satan hath touched me with affliction and suffering. (41) [So he was told], "Strike [the ground] with your foot; this is a [spring for] a cool bath and drink." (42) We gave him back his family and doubled their number as a blessing from Us and as a reminder to the people of understanding. (43) "And take in your hand a bundle of thin grass and strike therewith (your wife), and break not your oath. Truly! We found him patient. How excellent (a) slave! Verily, he was ever oft-returning in repentance (to Us)! (44) AND CALL to mind Our servants Abraham and Isaac and Jacob, [all of them] endowed with inner strength and vision: (45) Indeed, We purified them with a most pure quality, the remembrance of the Everlasting Life. (46) And most surely they were with Us, of the elect, the best. (47) And remember Ishmael, Elisha and Dhul-Kifl, and all are among the outstanding. (48) LET [all] this be a reminder [to those who believe in God] - for, verily, the most beauteous of all goals awaits the God-conscious: (49) the Gardens of Eden whose gates shall be open to them, (50) Therein they will recline; therein they will call for plenteous fruit and drink. (51) ۞ and with them maidens restraining their glances of equal age. (52) This is what you were promised on the Day of Reckoning: (53) Indeed, this is Our provision; for it there is no depletion. (54) This: and verily for the exorbitant there shall be an evil retreat: (55) Hell, in which they will burn. How vile a resting place! (56) This is so! Then let them taste it, a boiling fluid and dirty wound discharges. (57) and other such torments. (58) 'This is a troop rushing in with you; there is no Welcome for them; they shall roast in the Fire.' (59) But they will say: 'No, it is you that has no welcome. It was you who brought it upon us, an evil place' (60) adding, "Our Lord, give double punishment to those who brought this upon us." (61) And will add: "O what has happened to us that we do not see the men we counted among the wicked. (62) Was it that we (only) took them in scorn, or have our eyes (now) turned aside from them? (63) Surely that is true the disputing of the inhabitants of the Fire (64)