Quran: Chapter 75  

The Quran literally means 'the recitation'.

It is the central religious text of Islam, which Muslims believe to be a revelation from God. It is widely regarded as the finest piece of literature in the Arabic language. Quranic chapters are called suras and verse ayahs.

Muslims believe the Quran was verbally revealed by God to Muhammad through the Angel Gabriel (Jibril), gradually over a period of approximately 23 years, beginning on 22 December 609 AD when Muhammad was 40 and concluding in 632 AD, the year of his death. Muslims regard the Quran as the most important miracle of Muhammad, a proof of his prophethood.

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Chapter Analysis
Number of verse:40 verses
Number of words:353 words
Orthodox Chronology:Meccan Period (610-622 AD)
Theodor Nöldeke Chronology: Early Meccan Period
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Authorship: (Assumed)
Muhammad
Year Written: (Assumed)
632 AD
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Quran
The Quran literally meaning "the recitation" is the central religious text of Islam, which Muslims believe to be a revelation from God. The Quran is divided into chapters, which are then divided into verses. Muslims believe the Quran was verbally revealed by God to Muhammad through the angel Gabriel (Jibril), gradually over a period of approximately 23 years, beginning on 22 December 609 CE when Muhammad was 40, and concluding in 632, the year of his death.
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SCRIPTURE TEXT (40) | QURAN : THE RESURRECTION
Quran : The Resurrection   |   Chapter: 75   |   Verses: 40
Chapter:
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1 And I swear by the self-reproaching person (a believer). Quran 75:1
2 Does man (a disbeliever) think that We shall not assemble his bones? Quran 75:2
3 Yes, We are Able to put together in perfect order the tips of his fingers. Quran 75:3
4 Nay! (Man denies Resurrection and Reckoning. So) he desires to continue committing sins. Quran 75:4
5 He asks: "When will be this Day of Resurrection?" Quran 75:5
6 So, when the sight shall be dazed, Quran 75:6
7 And the moon will be eclipsed, Quran 75:7
8 And the sun and moon will be joined together (by going one into the other or folded up or deprived of their light, etc.) Quran 75:8
9 On that Day man will say: "Where (is the refuge) to flee?" Quran 75:9
10 No! There is no refuge! Quran 75:10
11 Unto your Lord (Alone) will be the place of rest that Day. Quran 75:11
12 On that Day man will be informed of what he sent forward (of his evil or good deeds), and what he left behind (of his good or evil traditions). Quran 75:12
13 Nay! Man will be a witness against himself [as his body parts (skin, hands, legs, etc.) will speak about his deeds]. Quran 75:13
14 Though he may put forth his excuses (to cover his evil deeds). Quran 75:14
15 Move not your tongue concerning (the Quran, O Muhammad SAW) to make haste therewith. Quran 75:15
16 It is for Us to collect it and to give you (O Muhammad SAW) the ability to recite it (the Quran), Quran 75:16
17 And when We have recited it to you [O Muhammad SAW through Jibrael (Gabriel)], then follow you its (the Quran's) recital. Quran 75:17
18 Then it is for Us (Allah) to make it clear to you, Quran 75:18
19 Not [as you think, that you (mankind) will not be resurrected and recompensed for your deeds], but (you men) love the present life of this world, Quran 75:19
20 And leave (neglect) the Hereafter. Quran 75:20
21 Some faces that Day shall be Nadirah (shining and radiant). Quran 75:21
22 Looking at their Lord (Allah); Quran 75:22
23 And some faces, that Day, will be Basirah (dark, gloomy, frowning, and sad), Quran 75:23
24 Thinking that some calamity was about to fall on them; Quran 75:24
25 Nay, when (the soul) reaches to the collar bone (i.e. up to the throat in its exit), Quran 75:25
26 And it will be said: "Who can cure him and save him from death?" Quran 75:26
27 And he (the dying person) will conclude that it was (the time) of departing (death); Quran 75:27
28 And leg will be joined with another leg (shrouded) Quran 75:28
29 The drive will be, on that Day, to your Lord (Allah)! Quran 75:29
30 So he (the disbeliever) neither believed (in this Quran, in the Message of Muhammad SAW) nor prayed! Quran 75:30
31 But on the contrary, he belied (this Quran and the Message of Muhammad SAW) and turned away! Quran 75:31
32 Then he walked in full pride to his family admiring himself! Quran 75:32
33 Woe to you [O man (disbeliever)]! And then (again) woe to you! Quran 75:33
34 Again, woe to you [O man (disbeliever)]! And then (again) woe to you! Quran 75:34
35 Does man think that he will be left Suda [neglected without being punished or rewarded for the obligatory duties enjoined by his Lord (Allah) on him]? Quran 75:35
36 Was he not a Nutfah (mixed male and female discharge of semen) poured forth? Quran 75:36
37 Then he became an 'Alaqa (a clot); then (Allah) shaped and fashioned (him) in due proportion. Quran 75:37
38 And made him in two sexes, male and female. Quran 75:38
39 Is not He (Allah Who does that), Able to give life to the dead? (Yes! He is Able to do all things). Quran 75:39
Quran : The Resurrection   |   Chapter: 75   |   Verses: 40
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