This page contains all verses of surah Ibrahim in addition to Interpretation of all verses by Yusuf Ali (Abdullah Yusuf Ali). In the first part you can read surah ابراهيم ordered in pages exactly as it is present in the Quran. To read an interpretation of a verse click on its number.
Surah Ibrahim is the 14th chapter of the Quran and is named after the prophet Ibrahim (Abraham). It consists of 52 verses and is categorized as a Meccan surah, revealed before the migration of the Prophet Muhammad to Medina.
The surah emphasizes the importance of faith, patience, and gratitude. It also highlights the concept of monotheism and the consequences of disbelief. The central theme revolves around the guidance and mercy of Allah, as well as the accountability of individuals for their actions.
Surah Ibrahim begins with a call to reflect on the signs of Allah in the universe and the revelation of the Quran as a source of guidance. It then addresses the stories of previous prophets, including Noah, Hud, Salih, and others, to serve as lessons for the believers.
The surah also discusses the Day of Judgment and the fate of the disbelievers, while offering reassurance to the believers who remain steadfast in their faith. It encourages the believers to be patient in the face of adversity and to remain grateful for the blessings bestowed upon them.
Furthermore, Surah Ibrahim emphasizes the importance of following the guidance of Allah and the consequences of deviating from the right path. It serves as a reminder of the ultimate truth and the need for sincere repentance and submission to the will of Allah.
In conclusion, Surah Ibrahim serves as a source of spiritual guidance and moral teachings for the believers. It encourages reflection, patience, and gratitude, while warning against the perils of disbelief and disobedience. The surah reinforces the concept of monotheism and the accountability of individuals in the sight of Allah.
Surah Ibrahim سُورَةُ إِبۡرَاهِيمَ Page 255 (Verses from 1 to 5)
Alif, Lam, Ra. [This is] a Book which We have revealed to you, [O Muhammad], that you might bring mankind out of darknesses into the light by permission of their Lord - to the path of the Exalted in Might, the Praiseworthy -
Aliflamra kitabun anzalnahu ilayka litukhrija alnnasa mina alththulumati ila alnnoori biithni rabbihim ilasirati alAAazeezi alhameedi
A. L. R. A Book which We have revealed unto thee, in order that thou mightest lead mankind out of the depths of darkness into light - by the leave of their Lord - to the Way of (Him) the Exalted in power, worthy of all praise!-
And We did not send any messenger except [speaking] in the language of his people to state clearly for them, and Allah sends astray [thereby] whom He wills and guides whom He wills. And He is the Exalted in Might, the Wise.
Wama arsalna min rasoolin illa bilisani qawmihi liyubayyina lahum fayudillu Allahu man yashao wayahdee man yashao wahuwa alAAazeezu alhakeemu
We sent not a messenger except (to teach) in the language of his (own) people, in order to make (things) clear to them. Now Allah leaves straying those whom He pleases and guides whom He pleases: and He is Exalted in power, full of Wisdom.
And We certainly sent Moses with Our signs, [saying], "Bring out your people from darknesses into the light and remind them of the days of Allah." Indeed in that are signs for everyone patient and grateful.
Walaqad arsalna moosa biayatina an akhrij qawmaka mina alththulumati ila alnnoori wathakkirhum biayyami Allahi inna fee thalika laayatin likulli sabbarin shakoorin
We sent Moses with Our signs (and the command). "Bring out thy people from the depths of darkness into light, and teach them to remember the Days of Allah." Verily in this there are Signs for such as are firmly patient and constant,- grateful and appreciative.