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Whatever misfortune befalls you is a consequence of your own deeds. But much of it He forgives. (30) You cannot challenge God on earth and you will have no one besides Him as your guardian or helper. (31) And of His portents are the ships, like banners on the sea; (32) and if He wills, He stills the wind, and they remain motionless on its back. Surely in that are signs for every man enduring, thankful. (33) Or He may make them founder for what they have earned, and (even then) pardon most; (34) And those who dispute (polytheists, etc. with Our Messenger Muhammad SAW) as regards Our Ayat (proofs, signs, verses, etc. of Islamic Monotheism) may know that there is no place of refuge for them (from Allah's punishment). (35) Now whatever ye have been given is but a passing comfort for the life of the world, and that which Allah hath is better and more lasting for those who believe and put their trust in their Lord, (36) And those who avoid heinous sins and indecencies, and when they are wroth forgive. (37) And those who answer the Call of their Lord [i.e. to believe that He is the only One Lord (Allah), and to worship none but Him Alone], and perform As-Salat (Iqamat-as-Salat), and who (conduct) their affairs by mutual consultation, and who spend of what We have bestowed on them; (38) And those who, when an oppressive wrong is inflicted on them, (are not cowed but) help and defend themselves. (39) The guerdon of an ill-deed is an ill the like thereof. But whosoever pardoneth and amendeth, his wage is the affair of Allah. Lo! He loveth not wrong-doers. (40) Those who defend themselves after they have been wronged cannot be held blameworthy, (41) Blame attaches only to those who subject people to wrong and commit excesses on earth. A painful chastisement awaits them. (42) But indeed if any show patience and forgive, that would truly be an exercise of courageous will and resolution in the conduct of affairs. (43)
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