19. Maryam - سورة مريم - ( Mary ) - Read Quran القران الكريم in English translation by Shakir
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1Kaf Ha Ya Ain Suad.
2A mention of the mercy of your Lord to His servant Zakariya.
3When he called upon his Lord in a low voice,
4He said: My Lord! surely my bones are weakened and my head flares with hoariness, and, my Lord! I have never been unsuccessful in my prayer to Thee:
5And surely I fear my cousins after me, and my wife is barren, therefore grant me from Thyself an heir,
6Who should inherit me and inherit from the children of Yaqoub, and make him, my Lord, one in whom Thou art well pleased.
7O Zakariya! surely We give you good news of a boy whose name shall be Yahya: We have not made before anyone his equal.
8He said: O my Lord! when shall I have a son, and my wife is barren, and I myself have reached indeed the extreme degree of old age?
9He said: So shall it be, your Lord says: It is easy to Me, and indeed I created you before, when you were nothing.
10He said: My Lord! give me a sign. He said: Your sign is that you will not be able to speak to the people three nights while in sound health.
11So he went forth to his people from his place of worship, then he made known to them that they should glorify (Allah) morning and evening.
12O Yahya! take hold of the Book with strength, and We granted him wisdom while yet a child
13And tenderness from Us and purity, and he was one who guarded (against evil),
14And dutiful to his parents, and he was not insolent, disobedient.
15And peace on him on the day he was born, and on the day he dies, and on the day he is raised to life
16And mention Marium in the Book when she drew aside from her family to an eastern place;
17So she took a veil (to screen herself) from them; then We sent to her Our spirit, and there appeared to her a well-made man.
18She said: Surely I fly for refuge from you to the Beneficent Allah, if you are one guarding (against evil).
19He said: I am only a messenger of your Lord: That I will give you a pure boy.
20She said: When shall I have a boy and no mortal has yet touched me, nor have I been unchaste?
21He said: Even so; your Lord says: It is easy to Me: and that We may make him a sign to men and a mercy from Us, and it is a matter which has been decreed.
22So she conceived him; then withdrew herself with him to a remote place.
23And the throes (of childbirth) compelled her to betake herself to the trunk of a palm tree. She said: Oh, would that I had died before this, and had been a thing quite forgotten!
24Then (the child) called out to her from beneath her: Grieve not, surely your Lord has made a stream to flow beneath you;
25And shake towards you the trunk of the palmtree, it will drop on you fresh ripe dates:
26So eat and drink and refresh the eye. Then if you see any mortal, say: Surely I have vowed a fast to the Beneficent Allah, so I shall not speak to any man today.
27And she came to her people with him, carrying him (with her). They said: O Marium! surely you have done a strange thing.
28O sister of Haroun! your father was not a bad man, nor, was your mother an unchaste woman.
29But she pointed to him. They said: How should we speak to one who was a child in the cradle?
30He said: Surely I am a servant of Allah; He has given me the Book and made me a prophet;
31And He has made me blessed wherever I may be, and He has enjoined on me prayer and poor-rate so long as I live;
32And dutiful to my mother, and He has not made me insolent, unblessed;
33And peace on me on the day I was born, and on the day I die, and on the day I am raised to life.
34Such is Isa, son of Marium; (this is) the saying of truth about which they dispute.
35It beseems not Allah that He should take to Himself a son, glory to be Him; when He has decreed a matter He only says to it "Be," and it is.
36And surely Allah is my Lord and your Lord, therefore serve Him; this is the right path.
37But parties from among them disagreed with each other, so woe to those who disbelieve, because of presence on a great day.
38How clearly shall they hear and how clearly shall they see on the day when they come to Us; but the unjust this day are in manifest error.
39And warn them of the day of intense regret, when the matter shall have been decided; and they are (now) in negligence and they do not believe.
40Surely We inherit the earth and all those who are on it, and to Us they shall be returned.
41And mention Ibrahim in the Book; surely he was a truthful man, a prophet.
42When he said to his father; O my father! why do you worship what neither hears nor sees, nor does it avail you in the least:
43O my father! truly the knowledge has come to me which has not come to you, therefore follow me, I will guide you on a right path:
44O my father! serve not the Shaitan, surely the Shaitan is disobedient to the Beneficent Allah:
45O my father! surely I fear that a punishment from the Beneficent Allah should afflict you so that you should be a friend of the Shaitan.
46He said: Do you dislike my gods, O Ibrahim? If you do not desist I will certainly revile you, and leave me for a time.
47He said: Peace be on you, I will pray to my Lord to forgive you; surely He is ever Affectionate to me:
48And I will withdraw from you and what you call on besides Allah, and I will call upon my Lord; may be I shall not remain unblessed in calling upon my Lord.
49So when he withdrew from them and what they worshipped besides Allah, We gave to him Ishaq and Yaqoub, and each one of them We made a prophet.
50And We granted to them of Our mercy, and We left (behind them) a truthful mention of eminence for them.
51And mention Musa in the Book; surely he was one purified, and he was an apostle, a prophet.
52And We called to him from the blessed side of the mountain, and We made him draw nigh, holding communion (with Us).
53And We gave to him out of Our mercy his brother Haroun a prophet.
54And mention Ismail in the Book; surely he was truthful in (his) promise, and he was an apostle, a prophet.
55And he enjoined on his family prayer and almsgiving, and was one in whom his Lord was well pleased.
56And mention Idris in the Book; surely he was a truthful man, a prophet,
57And We raised him high in Heaven.
58These are they on whom Allah bestowed favors, from among the prophets of the seed of Adam, and of those whom We carried with Nuh, and of the seed of Ibrahim and Israel, and of those whom We guided and chose; when the communications of the Beneficent Allah were recited to them, they fell down making obeisance and weeping.
59But there came after them an evil generation, who neglected prayers and followed and sensual desires, so they win meet perdition,
60Except such as repent and believe and do good, these shall enter the garden, and they shall not be dealt with unjustly in any way:
61The gardens of perpetuity which the Beneficent Allah has promised to His servants while unseen; surely His promise shall come to pass.
62They shall not hear therein any vain discourse, but only: Peace, and they shall have their sustenance therein morning and evening.
63This is the garden which We cause those of Our servants to inherit who guard (against evil).
64And we do not descend but by the command of your Lord; to Him belongs whatever is before us and whatever is behind us and whatever is between these, and your Lord is not forgetful.
65The Lord of the heavens and the earth and what is between them, so serve Him and be patient in His service. Do you know any one equal to Him?
66And says man: What! when I am dead shall I truly be brought forth alive?
67Does not man remember that We created him before, when he was nothing?
68So by your Lord! We will most certainly gather them together and the Shaitans, then shall We certainly cause them to be present round hell on their knees.
69Then We will most certainly draw forth from every sect of them him who is most exorbitantly rebellious against the Beneficent Allah.
70Again We do certainly know best those who deserve most to be burned therein.
71And there is not one of you but shall come to it; this is an unavoidable decree of your Lord.
72And We will deliver those who guarded (against evil), and We will leave the unjust therein on their knees.
73And when Our clear communications are recited to them, those who disbelieve say to those who believe: Which of the two parties is best in abiding and best in assembly?
74And how many of the generations have We destroyed before them who were better in respect of goods and outward appearance!
75Say: As for him who remains in error, the Beneficent Allah will surely prolong his length of days, until they see what they were threatened with, either the punishment or the hour; then they shall know who is in more evil plight and weaker in forces
76And Allah increases in guidance those who go aright; and ever-abiding good works are with your Lord best in recompense and best in yielding fruit.
77Have you, then, seen him who disbelieves in Our communications and says: I shall certainly be given wealth and children?
78Has he gained knowledge of the unseen, or made a covenant with the Beneficent Allah?
79By no means! We write down what he says, and We will lengthen to him the length of the chastisement
80And We will inherit of him what he says, and he shall come to Us alone.
81And they have taken gods besides Allah, that they should be to them a source of strength;
82By no means! They shall soon deny their worshipping them, and they shall be adversaries to them.
83Do you not see that We have sent the Shaitans against the unbelievers, inciting them by incitement?
84Therefore be not in haste against them, We only number out to them a number (of days).
85The day on which We will gather those who guard (against evil) to the Beneficent Allah to receive honors
86And We will drive the guilty to hell thirsty
87They shall not control intercession, save he who has made a covenant with the Beneficent Allah.
88And they say: The Beneficent Allah has taken (to Himself) a son.
89Certainly you have made an abominable assertion
90The heavens may almost be rent thereat, and the earth cleave asunder, and the mountains fall down in pieces,
91That they ascribe a son to the Beneficent Allah.
92And it is not worthy of the Beneficent Allah that He should take (to Himself) a son.
93There is no one in the heavens and the earth but will come to the Beneficent Allah as a servant.
94Certainly He has a comprehensive knowledge of them and He has numbered them a (comprehensive) numbering.
95And every one of them will come to Him on the day of resurrection alone.
96Surely (as for) those who believe and do good deeds for them will Allah bring about love.
97So We have only made it easy in your tongue that you may give good news thereby to those who guard (against evil) and warn thereby a vehemently contentious people.
98And how many a generation have We destroyed before them! Do you see any one of them or hear a sound of them?

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