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35. Fatir (The Originator, 45 verses)
35.1. All praise and thanks are for God, the Originator of the heavens and the earth (each with particular features and ordered principles), Who appoints the angels as messengers (conveying His commands) having wings, two, or three, or four (or more). He increases in creation what He wills. Surely God has full power over everything.
35.2. Whatever God opens up for human beings out of (the treasures of) His Mercy, none is able to withhold; and whatever He withholds, none is able to release. He is the All-Glorious with irresistible might (Whom none can prevent from doing what He wills), the All-Wise (in Whose every act there are many instances of wisdom).
35.3. O humankind! Remember and reflect on God's favors upon you! Is there any Creator, other than God, that provides for you from the heaven and the earth? There is no deity but He! How then are you turned away from the truth and make false claims?
35.4. If they deny you (O Messenger), even so Messengers were denied before you. (So do not grieve:) to God, all affairs are ultimately referred (and whatever He wills occurs).
35.5. O humankind! (Know well that) God's promise (of the Last Judgment) is surely true; so do not let the present, worldly life delude you, nor let any deluder (including especially Satan) delude you in (your conceptions) about God.
35.6. Surely Satan is an enemy to you, so treat him as an enemy (do not follow him, and be alert against him). He calls his party (of followers) but that they may become companions of the Blaze.
35.7. Those who persist in unbelief, for them is a severe punishment. As for those who believe and do good, righteous deeds, for them is forgiveness (to bring unforeseen blessings), and a noble, generous reward.
35.8. Is one whose evil deeds is decked out to be appealing to him so that he considers it as good (like him who follows God's guidance)? God leads astray whom He wills and guides whom He wills. So do not let yourself perish in bitter regrets on their behalf (because they refuse faith). Surely God has full knowledge of all that they do.
35.9. God is He Who sends forth the merciful winds, so that they set clouds to move, and We drive them towards a dead land and (thereby) We revive the earth after its death (with the rain carried in the clouds by the wind). Even so will the Resurrection be.
35.10. Whoever seeks might and glory should know that all might and glory is for God (so let him seek from Him alone). To Him ascends only the pure word (as the source of might and glory), and the good, righteous action (accompanying it) raises it. But those who are devising evil actions, for them there is a severe punishment, and their devising is bound to come to nothing.
35.11. (O humankind:) God created you from earth (in the beginning, and the material origin of every one of you is also earth), and then from a drop of (seminal) fluid, and then He has fashioned you in pairs (as either of the two sexes, making you mates of one another). And no female carries or gives birth, save with His knowledge. No one long-lived has been granted a long life, nor another one not so long-lived has been appointed a shorter life, but it is recorded in a Book. Surely that is easy for God.
35.12. Nor are the two seas (large bodies of water) alike: this one is sweet and palatable, and pleasant to drink, but that one, salty and bitter. You obtain from both fresh meat (for your nourishment), and precious stones to wear as ornament. And you see ships plowing through (both kinds of water), so that you may seek of His bounty, and that you may give Him thanks.
35.13. He makes the night pass into the day, and He makes the day pass into the night (and so makes each grow longer or shorter); and He has made the sun and the moon subservient to His command, each running its course for a term appointed. Such is God, your Lord – His is the Sovereignty (the absolute ownership and dominion of all things) – whereas those whom you deify and invoke, apart from Him, own not so much as the pellicle of a date-stone.
35.14. If you invoke them, they do not hear your call; and even if they heard, they would not able to respond to you. And on the Day of Resurrection, they will disown your having associated them (with God). And none can inform you (and, thereby, lead you to understand the truth) like One All-Aware.
35.15. O humankind! You are all poor before God and in absolute need of Him, whereas He is the All-Wealthy and Self-Sufficient (absolutely independent of the creation), the All-Praiseworthy (as your Lord, Who provides for you and all other beings, supplying all your needs).
35.16. If He so wills (in order for the fulfillment of His purpose for creation), He can put you away and bring a new generation (in your place, who will acknowledge their poverty and praise God in return for His favors).
35.17. That is surely no great matter for God.
35.18. And no soul, as bearer of burden, bears (and is made to bear) the burden of another; and if one weighed down by his burden calls to (another for help to) carry it, nothing of it will be carried by that other, even if he be his near of kin. You can warn (in a profitable way) only those who stand in awe of their Lord though unseen (beyond their perception), and establish the Prayer in conformity with its conditions. And whoever is purified (of his wrong ideas or actions), is only purified for the good of his own soul. And to God is the homecoming.
35.19. The blind and the seeing are not equal;
35.20. Nor are the depths of darkness and the light;
35.21. Nor the shade and the scorching heat;
35.22. And nor are equal the living and the dead. Surely God makes hear whomever He wills; and you are not one to make hear those who are in the graves.
35.23. You are only a warner (not accountable for their being guided).
35.24. Surely, We have sent you as Messenger with the truth, as a bearer of glad tidings (of prosperity in return for faith and righteousness) and a warner (against the consequences of misguidance); and there has never been a community but a warner lived among them.
35.25. If they deny you, even so denied those before them (to whom a Messenger was sent). Their Messengers came to them with the clear proofs (of their Messengership), Scriptures (full of wisdom and advice), and the Book enlightening (their mind and hearts) and illuminating (their way. )
35.26. Then I seized those who insisted on unbelief. How awesome was My disowning them!
35.27. Do you not see that God sends down water from the sky? Then We bring forth with it produce of various colors (shapes and taste); and in the mountains are streaks of white and red, of various colors (due to the flora or the variety of stone and rock), as well as raven-black;
35.28. And likewise human beings, and beasts, and cattle, diverse are their colors. Of all His servants, only those possessed of true knowledge stand in awe of God. Surely God is All-Glorious with irresistible might, All-Forgiving.
35.29. Those who recite God's Book (and, thereby, glorify, praise, and exalt God, and declare His absolute Oneness), and establish the Prayer in conformity with its conditions, and spend out of what We have provided for them (in God's cause and for the needy), secretly and openly, hope for a trade which will never perish.
35.30. For God will pay them their rewards in full, and give them yet more out of His bounty. Surely He is the All-Forgiving, the All-Responsive (to the gratitude of His creatures).
35.31. That which We reveal to you of the Book is the truth, confirming (the Divine origin of, and the truths that are still contained by,) the Revelations prior to it. Surely God is fully aware of His servants and sees (them) well.
35.32. Then (after every Messenger), We have made those of Our servants whom We chose as heirs to the Book (to preserve and teach it, and secure its practice in daily life). However, among them are those who (, in fulfilling their duty as heirs to the Book,) wrong their own selves (on account of certain failings and sins), and among them are those who follow a moderate way, and among them are those who, by God's leave, are foremost in doing good deeds. That (being chosen as heirs to the Book) is the great favor.
35.33. (So) Gardens of perpetual bliss will they enter, therein adorned with armbands of gold and pearls, and their garments therein will be of silk.
35.34. And they will say: "All praise and gratitude are for God, Who has removed grief from us (such as we had suffered until we were admitted here). Surely Our Lord is All-Forgiving, All-Responsive (to the gratitude of His creatures),
35.35. Who, out of His grace, has made us settle in the abode of eternal residence, wherein no toil touches us, and wherein no weariness afflicts us. "
35.36. As for those who disbelieve, for them is the fire of Hell: they will not be sentenced to death so that they can die (and so be relieved), nor will its suffering be lightened for them. Thus do We recompense every ungrateful one who disbelieves.
35.37. And therein they will cry aloud: "O our Lord! Take us out so that we can do good, (righteous deeds), not (the wrong) we used to do before!" "Did We not grant you a life long enough for whoever would reflect and be mindful to reflect and be mindful? In addition, a warner came to you (to warn against this punishment). Taste then (the consequences of your heedlessness); for the wrongdoers have none to help them (against it). "
35.38. Surely God is the Knower of the unseen of the heavens and the earth. And He surely has full knowledge of what lies hidden in the bosoms (so that He treats you according to your beliefs and intentions).
35.39. He it is Who has made you vicegerents on the earth. So whoever disbelieves (in ingratitude, rejecting this truth and attributing God's deeds to others than Him), his unbelief is charged against him. The unbelief of the unbelievers does not increase them in the sight of their Lord in anything but abhorrence; and the unbelief of the unbelievers does not increase them in anything but loss.
35.40. Say: "Have you considered those (beings and things) that you associate with God and, apart from God, invoke? Show me what it is that they have created of the earth. Or do they have a share in the (process of creation in the) heavens?" Or have We granted those people a Book so that they are (, in associating partners with God,) based on a clear evidence from it? No! Rather, the wrongdoers promise each other nothing but delusion.
35.41. Surely God alone upholds the heavens and the earth, lest they cease to be. If they should start to fail, there is none that could uphold them (if He were to let them fail. That He does not let them fail, despite all the wrongdoing of His servants, is because) He is All-Clement (showing no haste to punish the errors of His servants), All-Forgiving.
35.42. They swore by God with their most solemn oaths that if a warner came to them, they would most certainly follow his guidance more than any of the communities (to whom a warner came). Yet, now that a warner has come to them, it has increased them in nothing but aversion,
35.43. Growing in arrogance in the land and devising evil schemes. But an evil scheme overwhelms none but its own authors. So, can they expect anything other than the pattern of (events and outcomes that overtook) the people of old times (whom God destroyed)? You will never find in God's way any change; you will never find in God's way any alteration.
35.44. Have they never traveled about the earth, that they may see what was the outcome for those before them (who obstinately disbelieved in Our signs)? They were greater than them in power. By no means is God One Whom anything whatever in the heavens or on earth can frustrate (in His decrees).   Surely He is All-Knowing, All-Powerful.
35.45. If God were to take people to task for whatever wrong they commit (and accumulate to their account), He would not leave on earth any living creature. But He grants them respite to a term appointed (by Him). When the end of their term falls (He treats each as He wills, according to his just deserts), for surely He sees His servants well.
 
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