An-Naziat ("Those Who Pull Out")
(79:0) In the name of God, the Gracious, the Compassionate.
(79:1) By those that pull forcibly.
(79:2) Those that release vigorously.
(79:3) Those that float along.
(79:4) Those that press forward in a race.
(79:5) So as to carry out a command.
(79:6) On the day the ground shakes.
(79:7) It will be followed by the second blow.
(79:8) Hearts on that day will be terrified.
(79:9) Their eyes cast down.
(79:10) They will say, "Shall we be returned to live our lives."
(79:11) "Even after we were crumbled bones?"
(79:12) They said, "This is an impossible recurrence."
(79:13) But all it takes is one blow.
(79:14) Whereupon they will rise up.
(79:16) His Lord called him at the holy valley of Tuwa.
(79:17) "Go to Pharaoh, for he has transgressed."
(79:18) Tell him: "Would you not be purified?"
(79:19) "I will guide you to your Lord, that you may turn reverent."
(79:20) He then showed him the great sign.
(79:21) But he rejected and rebelled.
(79:22) Then he turned away in a hurry.
(79:23) So he gathered and proclaimed.
(79:24) He said, "I am your lord, the most high."
(79:25) So God seized him with retribution in the Hereafter, as well as in the first life.
(79:26) In that is a lesson for those who are aware.
(79:27) Are you a more powerful creation than the sky which He built?
(79:28) He raised its height, and perfected it.
(79:29) He covered its night and brought out its morning.
(79:30) The land after that, He made it like an egg.
(79:31) He brought forth from it its water and pasture.
(79:32) The mountains He fixed firmly.
(79:33) All this to be a provision for you and your livestock.
(79:34) Then, when the great blow comes.
(79:35) The day when the human remembers all that he strove for.