Holy Quran 45


1HA MIM.
2The revelation of this Book is from God, the mighty and all-wise.
3Indeed there are signs for believers in the heavens and the earth.
4In creating you and spreading all the moving things (on earth) are signs for people firm of faith,
5As there are signs in the alternation of night and day, and in rain that God sends with which He revives the earth once dead, as there are in the changing of the winds, for people who can understand.
6These are revelations of God which we recite to you correctly: In what other lore but God and His manifestations would they then believe?
7Alas the woe for every dissembling sinner
8Who hears the revelations of God being recited to him, yet persists in denying with arrogance as though he had never heard them! So warn him of a painful punishment.
9When he comes to know something of Our messages he makes fun of them: For them is shameful punishment.
10There is Hell before them; and whatever they have earned will not avail them in the least, nor those whom they take as friends apart from God. There is great chastisement for them.
11This is guidance. Those who deny the revelations of their Lord will suffer a dreadful doom.
12It is God who subjugated the ocean for you so that ships may ply through it by His command, and you may seek His bounty, and may haply be grateful.
13He subjugated for you whatsoever is in the heavens and the earth, each and everything. Verily there are signs in this for those who reflect.
14Tell the believers to forgive those who do not fear the visitations of God, so that He may requite the people for their deeds.
15He who does good does so for himself; and he who does evil suffers the consequence thereof. You have then to go back to your Lord.
16We gave the children of Israel the Book, and the judgement and the prophethood, provided them with good things, favoured them over other people,
17And gave them a clear exposition of Our laws. And they did not differ until after knowledge came to them, through mutual jealousies. Verily your Lord will judge between them on the Day of Judgement in what they differed about.
18We have put you on the right way in the matter (of divine law). So follow it, and do not follow the wishes of those who are ignorant.
19They will not avail you in the least against God. Surely the wicked are each other's friends, but God befriends those who fear and follow the right path.
20These are precepts of wisdom for men, and guidance and grace for people who believe with certainty.
21Do those who seek evil think that We shall make them equal in life and death to those who believe and do good? How bad is the judgement that they make!
22God has created the heavens and the earth with reason, so that He may reward each soul in accordance with what it has done; and no wrong will be done to them.
23Just think: Who apart from God can show the way to him who deifies his ego into his god, whom God allows to go astray knowingly, and seals his ears and heart, and covers over his eyes with a veil? Why then do you not contemplate?
24Yet they say: "There is nothing but the life of this world. We die and we live, and only time annihilates us." Yet they have no knowledge of this: They only speculate.
25When Our clear revelations are recited to them, their only argument is to say: "Bring our ancestors back, if what you say is true."
26Say: "God, who gives you life and makes you die, will (raise the dead) then gather you (and your ancestors) together on the Day of Resurrection of which there is no doubt." And yet most men do not understand.
27God's is the kingdom of the heavens and the earth. The day the Hour is proclaimed the liars will be losers.
28You will see each community kneeling down; and each community will be summoned to its ledger (of good and evil deeds). You will receive upon that day your recompense for what you had done.
29This, Our record, will speak about you truthfully. We had everything you did recorded in it.
30So, those who believed and did good things will be admitted to His favour by their Lord. This will be a clear triumph.
31As for the infidels, (it will be said): "Were not My messages read out to you? But you behaved with self-conceit, and became a sinful people.
32Whenever it was said: 'God's promise is certainly true, and there is no doubt about the Hour,' you replied: 'We know not what the Hour is. We have only a vague idea, but are not certain.'
33The evil of what they had done will become clear to them, and they will be seized by what they had scorned.
34"We shall ignore you today," they will be told, "as you had forgotten the meeting of this Day. Your dwelling place is Hell, and there is none to save you:
35This because you laughed at God's revelations and were taken in by the life of the world." So they will neither be taken out of it, nor will be asked to seek God's favour on that day.
36All praise be to God, Lord of the heavens, Lord of the earth, Lord of all the worlds.
37His is the supremacy in the heavens and the earth; and He is the all-mighty and all-wise.