Saturday, 31 December 2011

Anger


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3:134 The ones who spend in prosperity and adversity, and who repress anger, and who pardon the people; God loves the good doers.


7:154 And when the anger subsided from Moses, he took the tablets; and in its inscription was a guidance and mercy for those who revere their Lord.


9:15 And to remove the anger from their hearts; God pardons whom he pleases. God is Knowledgeable, Wise.


21:87 And Jonah, when he went off in anger, and he thought that We would not be able to take him. Then he called out in the darkness: "There is no god but You! Glory to You, I was of the wicked!"


22:15 Whosoever thinks that God will not grant him victory in this world and the Hereafter, then let him extend his request by a mean to the heaven, then let him cut off and see whether this action the cause of his anger.


42:37 And those who avoid gross sins and lewdness, and when they are angered, they forgive.


20:86 So Moses returned to his people angry and disappointed. He said: "My people, did not your Lord promise you a good promise? Has the waiting been too long, or did you want that the wrath of your Lord be upon you? Thus you broke the promise with me."


3:119 Here you love them while they do not love you, and you believe in the whole Scripture. And if they meet you they say: "We believe," and if they are alone they bite their fingers out of frustration at you. Say: "Die in your frustration, God is aware of what is in the chests."


33:25 And God drove back those who disbelieved with their rage, they left empty handed. God thus spared the believers any fighting. God is Powerful, Noble.


26:55 "And they have done what has enraged us."





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Thursday, 8 December 2011

Vain Talk

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(41:26) wal-ghaw

(2:225) bil-laghwi
(5:89) bil-laghwi
(19:62) laghwan
(23:3) l-laghwi
(25:72) bil-laghwi
(28:55) l-laghwa
(52:23) laghwun
(56:25) laghwan
(78:35) laghwan

(88:11) lāghiyatan