Quran: Chapter 80  

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:42 verses
Number of words:306 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 (42) | QURAN : HE FROWNED
Quran : He Frowned   |   Chapter: 80   |   Verses: 42
Chapter:
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1 Because there came to him the blind man (i.e. 'Abdullah bin Umm-Maktum, who came to the Prophet (Peace be upon him) while he was preaching to one or some of the Quraish chiefs). Quran 80:1
2 But what could tell you that per chance he might become pure (from sins)? Quran 80:2
3 Or that he might receive admonition, and that the admonition might profit him? Quran 80:3
4 As for him who thinks himself self-sufficient, Quran 80:4
5 To him you attend; Quran 80:5
6 What does it matter to you if he will not become pure (from disbelief, you are only a Messenger, your duty is to convey the Message of Allah). Quran 80:6
7 But as to him who came to you running. Quran 80:7
8 And is afraid (of Allah and His Punishment), Quran 80:8
9 Of him you are neglectful and divert your attention to another, Quran 80:9
10 Nay, (do not do like this), indeed it (these Verses of this Quran) are an admonition, Quran 80:10
11 So whoever wills, let him pay attention to it. Quran 80:11
12 (It is) in Records held (greatly) in honour (Al-Lauh Al-Mahfuz). Quran 80:12
13 Exalted (in dignity), purified, Quran 80:13
14 In the hands of scribes (angels). Quran 80:14
15 Honourable and obedient. Quran 80:15
16 Be cursed (the disbelieving) man! How ungrateful he is! Quran 80:16
17 From what thing did He create him? Quran 80:17
18 From Nutfah (male and female semen drops) He created him, and then set him in due proportion; Quran 80:18
19 Then He makes the Path easy for him; Quran 80:19
20 Then He causes him to die, and puts him in his grave; Quran 80:20
21 Then, when it is His Will, He will resurrect him (again). Quran 80:21
22 Nay, but (man) has not done what He commanded him. Quran 80:22
23 Then let man look at his food, Quran 80:23
24 That We pour forth water in abundance, Quran 80:24
25 And We split the earth in clefts, Quran 80:25
26 And We cause therein the grain to grow, Quran 80:26
27 And grapes and clover plants (i.e. green fodder for the cattle), Quran 80:27
28 And olives and date-palms, Quran 80:28
29 And gardens, dense with many trees, Quran 80:29
30 And fruits and Abba (herbage, etc.), Quran 80:30
31 (To be) a provision and benefit for you and your cattle. Quran 80:31
32 Then, when there comes As-Sakhkhah (the Day of Resurrection's second blowing of Trumpet), Quran 80:32
33 That Day shall a man flee from his brother, Quran 80:33
34 And from his mother and his father, Quran 80:34
35 And from his wife and his children. Quran 80:35
36 Everyman, that Day, will have enough to make him careless of others. Quran 80:36
37 Some faces that Day, will be bright (true believers of Islamic Monotheism). Quran 80:37
38 Laughing, rejoicing at good news (of Paradise). Quran 80:38
39 And other faces, that Day, will be dust-stained; Quran 80:39
40 Darkness will cover them, Quran 80:40
41 Such will be the Kafarah (disbelievers in Allah, in His Oneness, and in His Messenger Muhammad (Peace be upon him), etc.), the Fajarah (wicked evil doers). Quran 80:41
Quran : He Frowned   |   Chapter: 80   |   Verses: 42
Chapter:
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