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An-Nisa (The Women) - 4:131  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Allah:to Him belongs all in the heavens and on earth] [Allah:to Him belongs the dominion of the heavens and the earth] [Allah's attributes:Free of all wants] [Allah's attributes:Praiseworthy] [Fear of Allah] [Muslims] [People of the Book]


and unto God belongs all that is in the heavens and all that is on earth. AND, INDEED, We have enjoined upon those who were granted revelation before your time, as well as upon yourselves, to remain conscious of God. And if you deny Him - behold, unto God belongs all that is in the heavens and all that is on earth, and God is indeed self-sufficient, ever to be praised. - 4:131 (Asad)


 
Al-An'am (The Cattle) - 6:133  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Allah's attributes:Free of all wants] [Allah's attributes:full of mercy] [Allah's mercy]


And thy Sustainer alone is self-sufficient, limitless in His grace. If He so wills, He may put an end to you and thereafter cause whom He wills to succeed you - even as He has brought you into being out of other people's seed. - 6:133 (Asad)


 
Yunus (Jonah) - 10:68  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Allah:Glory be to Him] [Allah:has no son] [Allah:to Him belongs all in the heavens and on earth] [Allah's attributes:Free of all wants]


[And yet] they assert, "God has taken unto Himself a son!" Limitless is He in His glory! Self-sufficient is He: unto Him belongs all that is in the heavens and all that is on earth! No evidence whatever have you for this [assertion]! Would you ascribe unto God something which you cannot know? - 10:68 (Asad)


 
Ibrahim (Abraham) - 14:8  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Allah's attributes:Free of all wants] [Allah's attributes:Praiseworthy] [Moses]


And Moses added: "If you should [ever] deny the truth-you and whoever else lives on earth, all of you-[know that,] verily, God is indeed self-sufficient, ever to be praised!" - 14:8 (Asad)


 
Al-Hajj (The Pilgrimage) - 22:64  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Allah:to Him belongs all in the heavens and on earth] [Allah:to Him belongs the dominion of the heavens and the earth] [Allah's attributes:Free of all wants] [Allah's attributes:Praiseworthy]


Unto Him belongs all that is in the heavens and all that is on earth; and, verily, God - He alone - is self-sufficient, the One to whom all praise is due. - 22:64 (Asad)


 
An-Naml (The Ants) - 27:40  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Allah's attributes:Free of all wants] [Allah's attributes:Supreme in Honour Beneficent] [Balqis] [Gratitude] [Knowledge] [Solomon:and Bilqis]


Answered he who was illumined by revela­tion: “[Nay,] as for me - I shall bring it to thee ere the twinkling of thy eye ceases!” And when he saw it truly before him, he exclaimed: “This is [an outcome] of my Sustainer’s bounty, to test me as to whether I am grateful or ungrateful! However, he who is grateful [to God] is but grateful for his own good; and he who is ungrate­ful [should know that], verily, my Sustainer is self-sufficient, most generous in giving!” - 27:40 (Asad)


 
Al-'Ankabut (The Spider) - 29:6  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Allah's attributes:Free of all wants] [Lut] [Striving]


Hence, whoever strives hard [in God’s cause] does so only for his own good: for, verily, God does not stand in need of anything in all the worlds! - 29:6 (Asad)


 
Luqman (Luqman) - 31:12  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Allah's attributes:Free of all wants] [Allah's attributes:Praiseworthy] [Gratitude] [Luqman]


and, indeed, we granted this wisdom unto Luq­man: “Be grateful unto God - for he who is grateful [unto Him] is but grateful for the good of his own self; whereas he who chooses to be ungrateful [ought to know that], verily, God is self-sufficient, ever to be praised!” - 31:12 (Asad)


 
Luqman (Luqman) - 31:26  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Allah:to Him belongs all in the heavens and on earth] [Allah:to Him belongs the dominion of the heavens and the earth] [Allah's attributes:Free of all wants]


Unto God belongs all that is in the heavens and on earth. Verily, God alone is self-sufficient, the One to whom all praise is due! - 31:26 (Asad)


 
Fatir (The Originator of Creation) - 35:15  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Allah's attributes:Free of all wants] [Allah's attributes:Praiseworthy] [Mankind:you have need of Allah]


O men! It is you, who stand in need of God, whereas He alone is self-sufficient, the One to whom all praise is due. - 35:15 (Asad)


 
Az-Zumar (The Groups) - 39:7  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Allah:knows the secrets of hearts] [Allah:the return to Him] [Allah's attributes:Free of all wants] [Allah's good pleasure] [Burdens:no one can bear the burdens of another] [Gratitude]


If you are ingrate behold, God has no need of you; none the less, He does not approve of in­gratitude in His servants: whereas, if you show grati­tude, He approves it in you. And no bearer of burdens shall be made to bear another’s burden. In time, unto your Sustainer you all must return, and then He will make you [truly] understand all that you were doing [in life]: for, verily, He has full knowledge of what is in the hearts [of men]. - 39:7 (Asad)


 
Muhammad - 47:38  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Allah's attributes:Free of all wants] [Mankind:you have need of Allah] [Spending in the cause of Allah]


Behold, [O believers,] it is you who are called upon to spend freely in God’s cause: but [even] among you are such as turn out to be niggardly! And yet, he who acts niggardly [in God’s cause] is but niggardly towards his own self: for God is indeed self-sufficient, whereas you stand in need [of Him]; and if you turn away [from Him], He will cause other people to take your place, and they will not be the likes of you! - 47:38 (Asad)


 
Al-Hadid (Iron) - 57:24  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Allah's attributes:Free of all wants] [Allah's attributes:Praiseworthy]


those who are niggardly [with God’s bounty] and bid others to be niggardly! And he who turns his back [on this truth ought to know that], verily, God alone is self-sufficient, the One to whom all praise is due! - 57:24 (Asad)


 
Al-Mumtahinah (The Examined One) - 60:6  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Abraham:an excellent example to follow] [Abraham:His example in dealing with unbelievers] [Abraham:people of] [Allah:hope in] [Allah's attributes:Free of all wants] [Allah's attributes:Praiseworthy] [Day of judgment]


In them, indeed, you have a good example for everyone who looks forward [with hope and awe ] to God and the Last Day. And if any turns away, [let him know that] God is truly self-sufficient, the One to whom all praise is due." - 60:6 (Asad)


 
At-Taghabun (Loss and Gain) - 64:6  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Allah's attributes:Free of all wants] [Allah's attributes:Praiseworthy] [Generations previous] [Messengers:rejected by their people]


this, because time and again there came unto them their apostles with all evidence of the truth, but they [always] replied, "Shall mere mortal men be our guides?" And so they. denied the truth and turned away. But God was not in need [of them]: for God is self-sufficient, ever to be praised. - 64:6 (Asad)




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