And We have not sent before you any Messengers but they most surely ate food and went about in the markets. And We have made some of you a mischief (trial) for others to see ‘if you bear patiently’! And your Lord is All-Seeing.
On that Day they shall see the angels, no glad tidings shall there be for the culprits on the Day of Permission. And (the angels) shall say (to them): “(glad tidings) is a forbidden thing totally prohibited (to you)”.
And We have cut off what they have done of deeds (We nullified their deeds), so We rendered them (their deeds) as scattered floating dust.
The dwellers of Heaven shall on the Day of Permission be in a better abiding place and a fairest resting-place.
And on the Day when the sky was split with clouds, the angels were sent down in lines.
The Sovereignty on the Day of Permission is true for the Most-Beneficent, and it is a hard Day for the disbelievers.
And on that Day the wrong-doer bites his hands and says: “O! I wish I had taken a Way (that goes to Allah) with the Messenger”.
He indeed led me astray from the Remembrance (Dhikr) after it (the Knowledge in the Qur’ân) had come to me; and Satan is the one who prevents human from help.
And the Messenger said: “My Lord! Surely my people deserted this Qur’ân (My people have departed from the Qur’ân).
And thus have We made for every prophet an enemy from the culprits and Sufficient is your Lord as the One Who delivers to Hidayet and as a Helper.
And those who disbelieve said: “Should not the Qur’ân have been sent down upon him all at once”? This is that We may fix it (the Qur’ân) to your comprehension. And We have explained (read) it arranging in parts.