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Sura 72
No. of Verses: 28


[72:0] In the name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful

  
[72:1] Say, "I was inspired that a group of jinns listened, then said, 'We have heard a wonderful Quran.*

*72:1-28 The messenger here is named, mathematically, as "Rashad Khalifa," to whom God revealed the end of the world (Appendix 25). The number of verses from 1:1 to 72:27, where the messenger is mentioned, is 5472, 19x72x4. The word "Rashada" occurs 4 times in Sura 72. The value of "Rashada" is 504, and 504+28 (verses of Sura 72) is 532, 19x28. The value of "Rashad Khalifa" (1230)+72+28=1330 =19x70. The digits of Sura 72 and its number of verses (28) add up to 7+2+2+8=19. Also, the crucial expression, "only to a messenger that He chooses" has a value of 1919, 19x101.
  
[72:2] "'It guides to righteousness, and we have believed in it; we will never set up any idols besides our Lord.

  
[72:3] "'The Most High is our only Lord. He never had a mate, nor a son.

  
[72:4] "'It is the foolish among us who used to utter such nonsense about GOD.

  
[72:5] "'We thought that neither the humans, nor the jinns, could possibly utter lies about GOD.

  


[72:6]"'Human beings used to seek power through jinn beings, but they only afflicted them with a lot of adversity.


  
[72:7] "'They thought, just like you thought, that GOD would not send another (messenger).

  
[72:8] "'We touched the heaven and found it filled with formidable guards and projectiles.

  
[72:9] "'We used to sit there in order to spy. Anyone who listens is pursued by a powerful projectile.

  
[72:10] "'We have no idea if something bad is intended for the inhabitants of Earth, or if their Lord wills to redeem them.

  
[72:11] "'Some of us are righteous, and some are less than righteous; we follow various paths.

  
[72:12] "'We knew full well that we can never run away from GOD on earth; we can never run away and escape.

  
[72:13] "'When we heard the guidance, we believed therein. Anyone who believes in his Lord will never fear any injustice, nor any affliction.

  
[72:14] "'Among us are the submitters, and among us are the compromisers.'" As for those who submitted, they are on the right path.

  
[72:15] As for the compromisers, they will be fuel for Gehenna.

  
[72:16] If they remain on the right path, we will bless them with abundant water.

  
[72:17] We will surely test them all. As for him who disregards the message of his Lord, He will direct him to ever increasing retribution.

  
[72:18] The places of worship belong to GOD; do not call on anyone else beside GOD.

  
God's Messenger
of the Covenant*
[72:19] When GOD's servant* advocated Him alone, almost all of them banded together to oppose him.

*72:1-28 The messenger here is named, mathematically, as "Rashad Khalifa," to whom God revealed the end of the world (Appendix 25). The number of verses from 1:1 to 72:27, where the messenger is mentioned, is 5472, 19x72x4. The word "Rashada" occurs 4 times in Sura 72. The value of "Rashada" is 504, and 504+28 (verses of Sura 72) is 532, 19x28. The value of "Rashad Khalifa" (1230)+72+28=1330 =19x70. The digits of Sura 72 and its number of verses (28) add up to 7+2+2+8=19. Also, the crucial expression, "only to a messenger that He chooses" has a value of 1919, 19x101.

  
[72:20] Say, "I worship only my Lord; I never set up any idols besides Him."

  
[72:21] Say, "I possess no power to harm you, nor to guide you."

  
[72:22] Say, "No one can protect me from GOD, nor can I find any other refuge besides Him.

  
[72:23] "I deliver GOD's proclamations and messages." Those who disobey GOD and His messenger incur the fire of Hell, wherein they abide forever.

  
[72:24] Once they see what is awaiting them, they will find out who is really weaker in power, and fewer in number.

  
[72:25] Say, "I do not know if what is promised to you will happen soon, or if my Lord will delay it for awhile."

  
[72:26] He is the Knower of the future; He does not reveal the future to anyone.

  
[72:27] Only to a messenger that He chooses,* does He reveal from the past and the future, specific news.*

*72:1-28 The messenger here is named, mathematically, as "Rashad Khalifa," to whom God revealed the end of the world (Appendix 25). The number of verses from 1:1 to 72:27, where the messenger is mentioned, is 5472, 19x72x4. The word "Rashada" occurs 4 times in Sura 72. The value of "Rashada" is 504, and 504+28 (verses of Sura 72) is 532, 19x28. The value of "Rashad Khalifa" (1230)+72+28=1330 =19x70. The digits of Sura 72 and its number of verses (28) add up to 7+2+2+8=19. Also, the crucial expression, "only to a messenger that He chooses" has a value of 1919, 19x101.

  
[72:28] This is to ascertain that they have delivered their Lord's messages. He is fully aware of what they have. He has counted the numbers of all things.

  

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