وَأَيُّوبَ إِذۡ نَادَىٰ رَبَّهُۥٓ أَنِّى مَسَّنِىَ ٱلضُّرُّ وَأَنتَ أَرۡحَمُ ٱلرَّٰحِمِينَ
And (remember) Job, when He cried to his Lord, "Truly distress has seized me, but Thou art the Most Merciful of those that are merciful."<br/>
And, mention, Job (Ayyooba, is substituted by [the following, idh naadaa rabbahu .]) when he called out to his Lord - after he had been afflicted with the loss of all of his possessions and children, the laceration of his body, his being shunned by all except his wife, for a period of thirteen, seventeen, or eighteen years, as well as [the affliction of enduring] a straitened means of livelihood - 'Indeed (read annee because of the implicit yaa' [of the first person pronoun]) harm, adversity, has befallen me, and You are the Most Merciful of the merciful'.