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41. Fussilat (Ha Mim, 54 verses)
41.1. Hā. Mīm.
41.2. (This is) the Book being sent down in parts from the All-Merciful (Who embraces all beings with His Mercy), the All-Compassionate (Who has special mercy for the believers):
41.3. A Book whose communications have been spelled out distinctly and made clear, and whose verses are in ordered sequence; a Qur'ān (Recitation) in Arabic for a people who have knowledge (and so can appreciate excellence in the use of the language);
41.4. (Being sent) as a bearer of glad tidings (of the recompense for faith and righteousness); and a warner (against the consequences of misguidance). Yet most of them (the Makkan people) turn away, and they do not give ear to it (being inwardly averse, and deaf to its excellence).
41.5. They say: "Our hearts are wrapped in coverings against what you call us to, and in our ears is heaviness, and between us and you is a veil. So take action (such as is in your power), as we are taking action (such as we wish to take). "
41.6. Say: "I am but a mortal like you. But it is revealed to me that your God is the One and Only God. So take the straight path to Him (in correct belief and obedience), and ask His forgiveness (for your sins). " Woe to those who associate partners (with Him),
41.7. Those who do not spend out of their wealth (in alms for the poor and needy), and they are unbelievers in the Hereafter.
41.8. But those who believe and do good, righteous deeds, surely for them is a reward, constant and beyond measure.
41.9. Say: "Is it that you (associate partners with and, therefore,) disbelieve in the One Who created the earth in two days, and (on account of that unbelief) set up rivals to Him (as deities, lords and objects of worship)?" That is the Lord of the worlds.
41.10. He has set in it (the earth) firm mountains rising above it, and bestowed blessings therein, and determined its provisions in due measure (to be obtained) in four periods, in a way to meet the vital necessities of all things and beings, that seek their provision from Him.
41.11. And He directed (His Knowledge, Will, Power, and Favor) to the heaven when it was as a cloud (of gases), and ordered it and the earth, "Come both of you, willingly or unwillingly!" They said: "We have come in willing obedience. "
41.12. So He fashioned them (the clouds of gaseous elements which then existed in the place of the heaven) seven heavens in two days, and inspired in each heaven its tasks. And We adorned the lowest heaven (the heaven of the world) with lamps (stars), and guard (against every satan who would attempt to steal away information of the Unseen from angels). That is the measured determination of the All-Glorious with irresistible might, the All-Knowing.
41.13. If they turn away in aversion, say (to them): "I have warned you of a punishment striking like the lightning (that struck the tribes of) Ād and Thamūd.
41.14. When the Messengers (sent to each) came to them (with all evidence of truth) from every approach, preaching: "Worship none but God alone!" they said: "Had it been the will of our Lord (to send us Messengers to warn us), He would certainly have sent down angels. So we disbelieve in what (you claim) you have been sent with. "
41.15. Now, as for the Ād: They acted arrogantly and oppressively in the land against all right, and said: "Who can be superior to us in power?" Did they not see that God, Who created them, is superior to them in power? And they persisted in rejecting Our manifest signs and Revelations.
41.16. So then We sent upon them a furious windstorm through days of disaster, and so We made them taste the punishment of disgrace in the life of this world, while the punishment of the Hereafter is more humiliating. And they will not be helped (to evade it).
41.17. As for the (tribe of) Thamūd: We showed them (the straight path of) guidance, but they preferred blindness over guidance. So then the lightning-like punishment of humiliation seized them because of what they had been earning for themselves.
41.18. And We saved those who believed and who, in awe of God and reverence for Him, habitually avoided sin.
41.19. And (remind of) the day when the enemies of God will be raised up (from their graves) and gathered for the Fire: they will be driven (to the place of reckoning) in arrays,
41.20. Until when they reach it, their ears, and their eyes, and their skins will bear witness against them as to all that they did habitually.
41.21. They will ask their skins, "Why have you borne witness against us?" They will answer: "God Who makes everything speak has made us speak. " It is He Who has created you in the first instance, and to Him you are being brought back.
41.22. You did not seek to veil yourselves (when sinning) without ever considering that your ears, or your eyes, or your skins would one day bear witness against you. Moreover, you supposed that God did not know most of what you did habitually.
41.23. It is that supposition of yours which you entertained about your Lord that has tumbled you down into perdition, and so you have come to be among the losers.
41.24. If they endure it (or do not endure it), still the Fire will be an everlasting dwelling for them. If they ask for favor (to be saved from it, or do not ask), still they are not of those who will be shown favor (and saved).
41.25. (In return for their preferring unbelief and sinfulness over belief and piety) We have assigned them comrades (of satanic disposition, not right-minded) who deck out their past (deeds) and their present (intentions) to be appealing to them. And the word (the sentence of punishment passed) on the communities of jinn and humankind before them (who were self-righteous in the same way) has also been their due. Surely they are the losers.
41.26. Those who disbelieve say: "Do not listen to this Qur'ān, and speak random noise (during its recitation) so that you may prevail over it. "
41.27. But We will certainly make those who disbelieve taste a severe punishment, and certainly recompense them for the worst of what they keep doing.
41.28. That is the recompense of God's enemies – the Fire. Therein they will have the everlasting abode, as a deserving recompense for rejecting Our signs and Revelations obstinately.
41.29. Those who disbelieve will say (as they enter the Fire): "Our Lord! Show us those of both the jinn and humankind that led us astray, that we may trample them underfoot, and they will be of the most humiliated!"
41.30. As for those who say, "Our Lord is God," and then follow the Straight Path (in their belief, thought, and actions) without deviation, the angels descend upon them from time to time (in the world, as protecting comrades, and in the Hereafter, with the message): "Do not fear or grieve; but rejoice in the glad tidings of Paradise which you have been promised.
41.31. "We are your well-wishing comrades and helpers in the Hereafter, as we have been in the life of the world. You will have therein all that your souls desire, and you will have therein all that you ask for.
41.32. "A welcoming gift from the One All-Forgiving, All-Compassionate. "
41.33. Who is better in speech than one who calls to God and does good, righteous deeds, and says: "Surely I am of the Muslims (wholly submitted to Him)?"
41.34. Goodness and evil can never be equal. Repel evil with what is better (or best). Then see: the one between whom and you there was enmity has become a bosom friend.
41.35. And none are ever enabled to attain to it (such great virtue) save those who are patient (in adversities and against the temptations of their souls and Satan), and none are ever enabled to attain to it save those who have a great part in human perfections and virtues.
41.36. And if a prompting from Satan should stir in you (when carrying out your mission or during worship or in your daily life), seek refuge in God immediately. He is the One Who is the All-Hearing, the All-Knowing.
41.37. And the night and the day, and the sun and the moon (all the phenomena and objects you see in the universe) are among His signs (guiding to His absolute Oneness). Do not prostrate in adoration of the sun or the moon, but prostrate in adoration of God, Who has created them, if indeed it is Him that you worship.
41.38. If they are too arrogant (to worship Him alone), it is a fact that those who are in the Presence of your Lord (the angels and His sincere servants among humankind and jinn), glorify Him alone by night and day and are tireless (therein).
41.39. And among His signs is this: you see the earth lying low and barren; but when We send down water upon it, it stirs and swells (with life). He Who revives it is certainly the One Who will bring the dead to life. Surely He has full power over everything.
41.40. Surely those who deviate from the right way concerning Our signs (in nature and life) and Revelations are not hidden from Us. Who is in better state – the one who is thrown into the Fire, or the one who comes secure on the Day of Resurrection? Do what you will. surely He sees well all that you do.
41.41. Those who disbelieve in this Reminder (the Qur'ān) when it comes to them (are among those who will be thrown into the Fire). For it is surely a glorious, unconquerable Book.
41.42. Falsehood can never have access to it, whether from before it or from behind it (whether by arguments and attitudes based on modern philosophies, or by attacks from the past based on earlier Scriptures; (it is) the Book being sent down in parts from the One All-Wise, All-Praiseworthy (to Whom all praise and gratitude belong).
41.43. What is said to you (O Messenger) is but that which was said (by the unbelievers) to the Messengers before you. Your Lord is indeed One Who disposes forgiveness, and Who disposes painful retribution.
41.44. If We had made it a Qur'ān in a foreign tongue, they (who now reject it) would certainly have said: "If only its communications had been spelled out distinctly and made clear! Why a foreign tongue, and an Arab (to speak it to Arabs)?" Say: "(It is not a Book whose power or purpose is confined by language. ) For those who believe, it is a guidance and healing (for their hearts and minds, and all their senses). But as for those who do not believe, in their ears is heaviness, and it is imperceptible to them. They are (like people who are being) called from far off (so the call does not reach their hearing and sight).
41.45. Assuredly, We granted Moses the Book, and discordant views arose about it (just as your people, O Messenger, say different things concerning the Book We are revealing to you). Had it not been for a decree already issued by your Lord (postponing the final, decisive judgment until an appointed term), it would indeed have been judged between them. They are (nevertheless) in doubting uncertainty about it (about the Qur'ān and their attitude to it).
41.46. Whoever does good, righteous deeds, it is for his own soul's good; and whoever does evil, it is to its detriment. Your Lord never does the least wrong to His servants.
41.47. To Him alone is referred the knowledge of the Last Hour. And no fruits emerge from their sheaths, and no female conceives or gives birth, but with His Knowledge. And on the Day, He will call out to them: "Where now are those (you alleged and proclaimed as) partners to Me?" They will surely say: "We proclaim to You that there is none among us who can testify (to that false claim). "
41.48. And those whom (they made as deities and) invoked before will surely fail them; so they will know for certain that there is no escape for them.
41.49. Human never tires of asking for (what he presumes is) his own good, but if evil befalls him, then he gives up all hope and loses heart.
41.50. And, assuredly, if We (by Our grace) let him taste a mercy from Us after a hardship that has visited him, he certainly says: "This is but my due (and I can dispose it as I please), and I do not consider that the Last Hour will ever come (so that I should be called to account for it). Even if (it should come, and) I should be brought back to my Lord, I will surely find with Him the best (because I judge myself to always be deserving of what is the best). " Without doubt, We will make those who disbelieve understand all that they do (and call them to account), and without doubt, We will make them taste a harsh punishment.
 
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