Holy Quran 40

2The revelation of this Book is from God the all-mighty and all-knowing,
3Forgiver of trespasses, acceptor of repentance, severe of retribution, lord of power. There is no god but He. Towards Him is your destination.
4Only the unbelievers dispute the revelations of God. So do not let their activities in the land deceive you.
5The people of Noah had denied before them, and many factions after them. Every nation has intrigued against its apostle and afflicted him, and argued with false arguments to condemn the truth. Then I seized them. How was then My retribution!
6In this way the sentence of your Lord against the infidels that they would be the inmates of Hell, was justified.
7The bearers of the Throne, and those around it, sing the praises of their Lord and believe in Him, and seek forgiveness for those who believe: "O our Lord, Your mercy and knowledge embrace everything; so forgive those who turn to You in repentance and follow Your path; and preserve them from the torment of Hell.
8Admit them, O Lord, to the garden of Eden which You promised them, and those of their fathers, spouses and progeny who are upright. You are truly all-mighty and all-wise.
9Protect them from evil; and whosoever You preserve from evil on that Day shall have surely received Your mercy. This will be the great triumph."
10Those who disbelieve will certainly be told: "God's displeasure was greater than your disgust of your selves when you were called to belief and refused to believe."
11They say: "O Lord, twice You made us die, and twice You made us live. We admit our sins. Is there still a way out for us?"
12This has come upon you because when God alone was invoked you disbelieved; but when partners were associated with Him, you believed. But judgement belongs to God, the all-high and supreme.
13It is He who shows you His signs, and sends you food from the heavens. Yet none takes a warning except him who turns to Him.
14So call on God with exclusive obedience, howsoever the unbelievers may dislike it.
15Most exalted of position, Lord of power, He directs inspiration by His command to any of His creatures as He will, to warn (men) of the Day of Meeting,
16The day when they will come out (of their graves), with nothing of them hidden from God. Whose then will be the kingdom? -- God's, the one, the omnipotent.
17Each soul will be recompensed that Day for what it had earned. There will be no depriving on that Day. Surely God is swift at reckoning.
18Warn them of the coming day inevitable, when hearts would jump to the throats, filling them with anguish. The sinners will have neither friend nor intercessor whose (word) will be heeded.
19Known to Him is the treachery of the eye, and what the breasts conceal.
20God decides with justice. But those they call apart from Him can not adjudge in the least. Verily God is all-hearing, all-perceiving.
21Have they not travelled on the earth that they could see what happened to those before them? They were greater in strength than they, and have left behind them traces on the earth. Yet they were seized by God for their sins, and had none to protect them against God.
22This was so because their apostles came with clear proofs to them, but they refused to believe. So they were seized by God. Surely God is powerful, unrelenting in retribution.
23We sent Moses with Our signs and clear authority
24To Pharaoh, Haman and Qarun. But they said: "He is only a deceiving sorcerer."
25And when he brought the truth to them from Us, they said: "Slay the sons of those who believe with him, and spare their women." But the unbelievers' stratagem is bound to fail.
26"Let me kill Moses," the Pharaoh said, "and let him call to his Lord. I fear that he will change your faith and spread corruption in the land."
27Moses said: "I seek refuge in my Lord and your Lord from every insolent imposter who does not believe in the Day of Reckoning."
28A believer from the House of Pharaoh who had kept his faith to himself, said: "Will you kill a man because he says: 'My Lord is God,' when he has brought clear signs from his Lord to you? If he is a liar his lie will recoil back on him; but in case he speaks the truth, then what he predicts will befall you. Surely God does not show the way to the shameful liar.
29O my people, authority is yours today being the most powerful in the land; but who will save us from the scourge of God if it fall upon us?" "I show you," said the Pharaoh, "only what I see (is right), and guide you but to the right path."
30But the man of belief said: "O my people, what I fear for you is the like of what befell the communities (of old).
31Like the people of Noah, 'Ad and Thamud, and those that came after them. God does not want to be unjust to His creatures.
32O my people, what I fear for you is the day of gathering, crying and calling,
33The day you will turn your backs and flee, with none to defend you against God. Whoever God allows to go astray has none to show him the way.
34Joseph had indeed come to you before with clear proofs, but you did not cease to doubt what he had brought until he died, when you said: 'God will not send a prophet after him.' That is how God leads the waster, the sceptic astray.
35Those who dispute God's revelations, with no authority having come to them, (are) greatly odious in the sight of God, and the sight of those who believe. That is how God seals every proud and perverse heart."
36The Pharaoh said: "O Haman, build me a lofty tower that I may perhaps find the means
37Of reaching the tracts of heaven and look at the god of Moses, though I think that he is a liar." Thus were the evil deeds of Pharaoh made to look attractive to him, and he was hindered from the path. So the stratagem of Pharaoh was bound to perish.
38The man who believed said: "O my people, follow me; I will guide you to the right path.
39O people, the life of this world is ephemeral; but enduring is the abode of the Hereafter.
40Whoever does evil will be requited in accordance with it; but whoever does right, whether man or woman, and is a believer, will enter Paradise, where they will have provision in abundance.
41O my people, what is wrong with me that I am calling you to preservation, while you invite me to the Fire!
42You are asking me to disbelieve in God, and to associate with Him that of which I have no knowledge, yet I invite you to the all-mighty, all-forgiving.
43What you are calling me to is surely not worth the calling in this world or in the next, because our returning is to God; and because the transgressors will be inmates of Hell.
44You will remember what I say in time to come; I submit my case to the judgement of God. Surely God keeps an eye on His creatures."
45So God preserved him from the evil they were planning; and a dreadful doom encompassed the people of Pharaoh:
46Fire, to which they are exposed morning and evening. The day the Hour is proclaimed (it will be said:) "Admit the people of Pharaoh to the severest punishment,"
47As they will noisily argue in the Fire, the weaker ones will say to the arrogant: "We were your followers, so will you take over some of our share of the fire?"
48The arrogant will answer: "All of us are in it. Surely God has judged between His creatures."
49Those in the Fire will say to the warders of Hell: "Ask your Lord to reduce the punishment by a day for us."
50They will say: "Did not your apostles come to you with clear proofs?" They will answer: "Indeed, they did." "Then pray," will (the warders) say. But the praying of unbelievers will be all in vain.
51We will certainly help Our messengers and those who believe, in this world, and on the day the witnesses take their stand,
52The day upon which their excuses will not benefit the evil-doers, and the condemnation and evil abode will be theirs.
53Verily We showed Moses the way, and bequeathed the Book to the children of Israel,
54A guidance and reminder for men of wisdom.
55So persevere; the promise of God is true; and seek forgiveness for your sins, and chant the praises of your Lord evening and morning.
56Verily those who argue in the matter of God's revelations, without authority having reached them, have nothing but pride in their hearts, and they will not achieve their end. So take refuge in God: Surely He is all-hearing and all-seeing.
57The creation of the heavens and the earth is indeed of greater magnitude than the creation of mankind; but most men do not understand.
58The blind and the seeing are surely not alike, nor those who believe and act rightly and those who do evil. Little do you reflect!
59The Hour will certainly come; there is no mystery about it; but most men do not believe.
60Your Lord has said: "Call to Me that I may answer your call. Surely those who disdain worshipping Me will enter Hell, disgraced."
61It is God who made the night for you to rest, the day to make things visible. Indeed God is gracious to men, but most men are not grateful.
62He is God your Lord, creator of everything. There is no god but He. How then do you turn away (from Him)?
63Only they are turned away thus who deny the signs of God.
64It is God who made the earth a dwelling for you, and the sky a vaulted roof, who fashioned you and gave you excellent form and provided you with clean and wholesome things. He is God, your Lord. So blessed be God, the Lord of all the worlds.
65He is the living. There is no god but He. Therefore pray to Him with obedience all-exclusive. Praise be to God, the Lord of all the worlds.
66Say: "I am forbidden to worship those you call apart from God, since clear signs have come to me from my Lord, and I am commanded to submit to the Lord of all the worlds."
67It is He who created you from dust, then a drop of semen, then the embryo; afterwards He brings you forth as a child; then you attain the age of manhood, and then reach old age. But some of you die before you reach the appointed term that you may haply understand.
68It is He who gives you life and death. When He creates a thing, He has only to say: "Be," and it is.
69Have you not seen how those who dispute the signs of God are turned away?
70Those who deny the Book and what We have sent down with Our apostles, will soon come to know
71When, with (iron) collars and chains around their necks, they will be dragged
72Through boiling water, and then burnt in the Fire.
73They will then be asked: "Where are they you took as partners
74Apart from God?" They will answer: "They have left us in the lurch and fled. In fact it was nothing that we prayed to before." That is how God sends the unbelievers astray.
75"This is so because you went about exulting wrongfully in the land," (will they be told), "and you were insolent.
76So enter the gates of Hell to abide in it for ever." How evil the abode of the arrogant!
77So you persevere with patience (in your mission). The promise of God is true. Whether We show you some of the punishment We have promised them, or gather you up in death, they have to come back to Us.
78Surely We have sent apostles before you, some of whose account We have related to you, and that of some We have not told you. But no apostle was given a miracle unless God dispensed. But when the decree of God comes the sentence is passed with justice; and the lovers of vice and vanity will then come to grief.
79It is God who made the cattle for you so that some you ride and some you eat.
80There are advantages for you in them, so that you may satisfy your needs through them, and may be borne upon them and on ships.
81He shows His signs. How many of God's signs will you then deny?
82Have they not travelled in the land and seen how was the end of those before them who were far more numerous than they and more strong, and have left behind them traces on the earth. And yet nothing of what they did profited them.
83For when Our apostles came to them with clear proofs, they boasted and exulted at the knowledge they possessed; but what they used to mock recoiled back on them,
84So that when they saw Our might, they said: "We believe in God the one and single, and reject those we associated (with Him)." --
85But then their affirming served them nothing after they had seen Our torment. This is the law of God that has prevailed among His creatures, Then the unbelievers went to rack and ruin.