Ayat [1-5] IN the name of the merciful and compassionate God.
Ayat [6-10] How many prophets have we sent amongst those of yore? and there never came to them a prophet but they did mock at him; then we destroyed them--more valiant than these 2; and the example of those of yore passed away.
Ayat [11-15] and who sent down from the heaven water in due measure; and we raised up thereby a dead country; thus shall ye too be brought forth; and who has created all species; and has made for you the ships and the cattle whereon to ride that ye may settle yourselves on their backs; then remember the favour of your Lord when ye settled thereon, and say, 'Celebrated be the praises of Him who hath subjected this to us! We could not have got this ourselves; and, verily, unto our Lord shall we return!'
Ayat [16-20] Has He taken of what He creates daughters, and chosen sons for you?
Ayat [21-25] Have we given them a book 3 before it to which they might hold?
Ayat [26-30] When Abraham said to his father and his people, 'Verily, I am clear of all that ye serve, except Him who created me; for, verily, He will guide me:' and he made it a word remaining among his posterity, that haply they might return.
Ayat [31-35] And they say, 'Unless this Qurâ€™Ã¢n were sent down to a man great in the two cities. . . . 1.'
Ayat [36-40] And whosoever turns from the reminder of the Merciful One, we will chain to him a devil, who shall
Ayat [41-45] Whether then we take thee off we will surely take vengeance on them; or whether we show thee that which we have promised them; for, verily, we have power over them.
Ayat [46-50] We did send Moses with our signs to Pharaoh and his chiefs, and he said, 'Verily, I am the apostle of the Lord of the worlds; but when he came to them with our signs, lo, they laughed at them!'
Ayat [51-55] And Pharaoh proclaimed amongst his people; said he, 'O my people! is not the kingdom of Egypt mine? and these rivers that flow beneath me? What! can ye then not see? Am I better than this fellow, who is contemptible, who can hardly explain himself 1? Unless then bracelets of gold be cast upon him, or there come with him angels as his mates . . .!'
Ayat [56-60] And when they had annoyed us we took vengeance on them, and we drowned them all together, and we made them a precedent and an example to those after them.
Ayat [61-65] And if we please we can make of you angels in the earth to succeed you 3. And, verily, he is a sign of the Hour 4. Doubt not then
Ayat [66-70] But the confederates disputed amongst themselves; and woe to those who are unjust from the torment of a grievous day!
Ayat [71-75] Enter ye into Paradise, ye and your wives, happy!
Ayat [76-80] It shall not be intermitted for them, and they therein shall be confused. We have not wronged them, but it was themselves they wronged.
Ayat [81-85] Or do they reckon that we did not hear their secrets and their whispering? Nay, but our messengers are with them writing down 3.Ayat [86-90] And blessed be he whose is the kingdom of the heavens and the earth, and what is between both, and His is the knowledge of the Hour, and unto Him shall ye be brought back!