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QURAN : THE MOST HIGH
CHAPTER: 87 | VERSES: 19

Who has created (everything), and then proportioned it;
Quran 87:1
And Who has measured (preordainments for each and everything even to be blessed or wretched); then guided (i.e. showed mankind the right as well as wrong paths, and guided the animals to pasture);
Quran 87:2
And Who brings out the pasturage,
Quran 87:3
And then makes it dark stubble.
Quran 87:4
We shall make you to recite (the Quran), so you (O Muhammad (Peace be upon him)) shall not forget (it),
Quran 87:5
Except what Allah, may will, He knows what is apparent and what is hidden.
Quran 87:6
And We shall make easy for you (O Muhammad (Peace be upon him)) the easy way (i.e. the doing of righteous deeds).
Quran 87:7
Therefore remind (men) in case the reminder profits (them).
Quran 87:8
The reminder will be received by him who fears (Allah),
Quran 87:9
But it will be avoided by the wretched,
Quran 87:10
Who will enter the great Fire and made to taste its burning,
Quran 87:11
Wherein he will neither die (to be in rest) nor live (a good living).
Quran 87:12
Indeed whosoever purifies himself (by avoiding polytheism and accepting Islamic Monotheism) shall achieve success,
Quran 87:13
And remembers (glorifies) the Name of his Lord (worships none but Allah), and prays (five compulsory prayers and Nawafil additional prayers).
Quran 87:14
Nay, you prefer the life of this world;
Quran 87:15
Although the Hereafter is better and more lasting.
Quran 87:16
Verily! This is in the former Scriptures,
Quran 87:17
The Scriptures of Ibrahim (Abraham) and Musa (Moses).
Quran 87:18
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