And God said—Verily, I will cause it to descend unto you; but whoever among you after that shall disbelieve, I will surely chastise him with a chastisement, wherewith I will not chastise any other creature.43

And when God shall say—“O Jesus, Son of Mary: hast thou said unto mankind—‘Take me and my mother as two Gods, beside God?”’ He shall say—“Glory be unto Thee! it is not for me to say that which I know to be not the truth; had I said that, verily thou wouldest have known it: Thou knowest what is in me, but I know not what is in Thee; for Thou well knowest things unseen!

“I spake not to them aught but that which thou didst bid me—‘Worship God, my Lord and your Lord;’ and I was a witness of their actions while I stayed among them; but since thou hast taken me to Thyself, Thou hast Thyself watched them, and Thou art witness of all things: “If Thou punish them, they are Thy servants, and if Thou forgive them….44 Thou, verily, art the Mighty, the Wise!”

God will say—This day shall their truth advantage the truthful. Gardens shall they have ’neath which the rivers flow, and remain therein for ever: God is well pleased with them and they with Him. This shall be the great bliss.

Unto God belongeth the sovereignty of the Heavens and of the Earth, and of all that they contain; and He hath power over all things.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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