And that surely some of us are those who have surrendered (to Allah), and some of us are “Al-Qâsitûn” (those whose hearts have been darkened and hardened). So whoever has surrendered (to Allah, whoever has submitted the spirit to Allah), these are the ones who seek becoming Irshad (surrendering the soul and the free will).
And but the Qâsitûn (those whose hearts have been darkened and hardened because of not doing “Dhikr”), that they have become firewood for Hell.
And if they turned (to Allah) being on the roads (Tariqat), we would have certainly give them to drink of abundant water (We would have sent them plenty of mercy).
So that we might try them with respect to it. And whoever turns away from the Dhikr Reminder (the remembrance) of his Lord, He makes him enter into ever growing torment.
And truly the places of worship (the Masjids) are for Allah. Therefore do not call upon any others with Allah.
And truly when the servant of Allah (Mohammed) stood up calling (reciting the Qur’an) upon Him (Allah) they were gathering (around him) almost one upon another.
Say: “I only call upon my Lord, and I do not associate anyone with Him”.
Say: “It is not in my power to cause you harm, or to make you attain to Irshad (the spiritual maturity)”.
Say: “Surely no one can protect me against something from Allah, nor can I find besides Him (Allah) any place of refuge”.
(This is) only a conveyance of what is from Allah and His Message. And whoever rebels against Allah and His Messenger, then surely for him there is the Fire of Hell to abide in it forever.
Finally, when they see what they are promised then shall they know soon whose helper is weaker and less in number.
Say: “(I would have let you know) if I knew whether that which you are promised is near or whether my Lord will give it a distant term”?
He (Allah) is the Knower of the Unseen! But He does not disclose His Unseen to anyone.
Except of the Rasul (Messenger) with him He is Well-Pleased (to him who has attained to the Total Consent of Allah)! In that case He assigns watching guards before and behind them.
So that they may know that they have truly conveyed the Messages of their Lord. And He (Allah) had encompassed what is with them (with His Knowledge). And He had counted and recorded the number of all things.