Free Quran Chapter 76: The Human (Al-Insaan)

Learn from GOD that we are all born with the tools needed to choose between the right or wrong path. In this chapter GOD tells you that you are born with everything you need, to make the right choice. So on the Day of Judgement you can’t blame others for choosing the wrong path. The path is not HARD to find, it is simple. However, what is hard about it, is that the path itself is very difficult, it is not for the lazy people. For example you have to actively give to those less fortunate, which means you need to be aware of your economy, it means you have to work hard to earn money. You have to be thinking about GOD throughout your daily routine. And you have to stay up late to meditate. It is a difficult path, but finding it is easy, it is right in front of us. With this information we learn the subtle difference between bad and good people. For example, many would complain that they don’t have time to meditate at night. But they don’t seem to mind going out to party late every night. Or stay up late to have sexual intercourse or entertain themselves with movies or video games. None of this is forbidden, and GOD made the religion easy, all GOD wants from you is to spend just a little of that time on meditation. Meditation is a very important function, it is the method used to extract information from our soul. This means that if you don’t meditate, then you will not receive¬†information to help you be better guided, information that helps you become a better person, or solve problems and plan for tomorrow.

Quran Chapter 76: The Human (Al-Insaan)

[76:0] In the name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful.

[76:1] Is it not a fact that there was a time when the human being was nothing to be mentioned?

[76:2] We created the human from a liquid mixture, from two parents, in order to test him. Thus, we made him a hearer and a seer.

[76:3] We showed him the two paths, then, he is either appreciative, or unappreciative.

[76:4] We prepared for the disbelievers chains, shackles, and a blazing Hell.

[76:5] As for the virtuous, they will drink from cups spiced with nectar.

[76:6] A spring that is reserved for God’s servants; it will gush out as they will.

[76:7] They fulfill their pledges, and reverence a day that is extremely difficult.

[76:8] They donate their favorite food to the poor, the orphan, and the captive.

[76:9] “We feed you for the sake of God; we expect no reward from you, nor thanks.

[76:10] “We fear from our Lord a day that is full of misery and trouble.”

[76:11] Consequently, God protects them from the evils of that day, and rewards them with joy and contentment.

[76:12] He rewards them for their steadfastness with Paradise, and silk.

[76:13] They relax therein on luxurious furnishings. They suffer neither the heat of the sun, nor any cold.

[76:14] The shade covers them therein, and the fruits are brought within reach.

[76:15] They are served drinks in silver containers and cups that are translucent.

[76:16] Translucent cups, though made of silver; they rightly deserved all this.

[76:17] They enjoy drinks of delicious flavors.

[76:18] From a spring therein known as “Salsabeel.”

[76:19] Serving them will be immortal servants. When you see them, they will look like scattered pearls.

[76:20] Wherever you look, you will see bliss, and a wonderful dominion.

[76:21] On them will be clothes of green velvet, satin, and silver ornaments. Their Lord will provide them with pure drinks.

[76:22] This is the reward that awaits you, for your efforts have been appreciated.

[76:23] We have revealed to you this Quran; a special revelation from us.

[76:24] You shall steadfastly carry out your Lord’s commandments, and do not obey any sinful disbeliever among them.

[76:25] And commemorate the name of your Lord day and night.

[76:26] During the night, fall prostrate before Him, and glorify Him many a long night.

[76:27] These people are preoccupied with this fleeting life, while disregarding – just ahead of them – a heavy day.

[76:28] We created them, and established them, and, whenever we will, we can substitute others in their place.

[76:29] This is a reminder: whoever wills shall choose the path to his Lord.

[76:30] Whatever you will is in accordance with God’s will. God is Omniscient, Wise.

[76:31] He admits whomever He wills into His mercy. As for the transgressors, He has prepared for them a painful retribution.

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Ahmad Wehbe

Wehbe is a creative artist and philosopher from Sweden with Lebanese roots. He uses various art forms to express emotions, thoughts and to tell stories.

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