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QURAN : THE CLEAVING
CHAPTER: 82 | VERSES: 19

And when the stars have fallen and scattered;
Quran 82:1
And when the seas are burst forth (got dried up);
Quran 82:2
And when the graves are turned upside down (and they bring out their contents)
Quran 82:3
(Then) a person will know what he has sent forward and (what he has) left behind (of good or bad deeds).
Quran 82:4
O man! What has made you careless concerning your Lord, the Most Generous?
Quran 82:5
Who created you, fashioned you perfectly, and gave you due proportion;
Quran 82:6
In whatever form He willed, He put you together.
Quran 82:7
Nay! But you deny the Recompense (reward for good deeds and punishment for evil deeds).
Quran 82:8
But verily, over you (are appointed angels in charge of mankind) to watch you.
Quran 82:9
Kiraman (honourable) Katibin writing down (your deeds).
Quran 82:10
They know all that you do.
Quran 82:11
Verily, the Abrar (pious and righteous) will be in delight (Paradise);
Quran 82:12
And verily, the Fujjar (the wicked, disbelievers, sinners and evil-doers) will be in the blazing Fire (Hell),
Quran 82:13
In which they will enter, and taste its burning flame on the Day of Recompense,
Quran 82:14
And they (Al-Fujjar) will not be absent therefrom (i.e. will not go out from the Hell).
Quran 82:15
And what will make you know what the Day of Recompense is?
Quran 82:16
Again, what will make you know what the Day of Recompense is?
Quran 82:17
(It will be) the Day when no person shall have power (to do) anything for another, and the Decision, that Day, will be (wholly) with Allah.
Quran 82:18
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