This page contains all verses of surah Al-Ghaafir in addition to Interpretation of all verses by Arberry (A. J. Arberry). In the first part you can read surah غافر ordered in pages exactly as it is present in the Quran. To read an interpretation of a verse click on its number.
Surah Al-Ghaafir, also known as Surah Al-Mu'min, is the 40th chapter of the Quran. It consists of 85 verses and is classified as a Meccan surah. The title "Al-Ghaafir" translates to "The Forgiver" or "The Believer," and the surah emphasizes the themes of repentance, forgiveness, and the power of Allah.
The surah begins with praise for Allah, the Creator and Sustainer of the universe, and highlights the importance of seeking forgiveness from Him. It recounts the story of Prophet Musa (Moses) and Pharaoh, illustrating the consequences of arrogance and disbelief, as well as the mercy and guidance of Allah.
Surah Al-Ghaafir also emphasizes the concept of monotheism and the rejection of false deities. It encourages believers to remain steadfast in their faith and to trust in the promise of Allah's support and guidance. The surah warns against the consequences of rejecting the truth and the Day of Judgment, while also offering hope and reassurance to those who turn to Allah in repentance.
The surah addresses the disbelievers and their misguided beliefs, urging them to reflect on the signs of Allah's creation and to recognize His sovereignty. It emphasizes the importance of seeking knowledge, understanding, and wisdom, and encourages believers to convey the message of Islam with patience and wisdom.
Surah Al-Ghaafir serves as a reminder of the mercy and forgiveness of Allah, as well as the consequences of disbelief and disobedience. It encourages believers to turn to Allah in repentance, seek His guidance, and remain steadfast in faith, while also warning against the arrogance and heedlessness of the disbelievers.
The surah concludes with a reminder of the ultimate triumph of truth and the accountability of all individuals on the Day of Judgment. It emphasizes the distinction between the believers and the disbelievers, and the eternal consequences of their choices and actions.