Ayah

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رِّزۡقٗا
A provision
لِّلۡعِبَادِۖ
for the slaves
وَأَحۡيَيۡنَا
and We give life
بِهِۦ
therewith
بَلۡدَةٗ
(to) a land
مَّيۡتٗاۚ
dead
كَذَٰلِكَ
Thus
ٱلۡخُرُوجُ
(will be) the coming forth
رِّزۡقٗا
A provision
لِّلۡعِبَادِۖ
for the slaves
وَأَحۡيَيۡنَا
and We give life
بِهِۦ
therewith
بَلۡدَةٗ
(to) a land
مَّيۡتٗاۚ
dead
كَذَٰلِكَ
Thus
ٱلۡخُرُوجُ
(will be) the coming forth

Translation

As sustenance for (Allah's) Servants;- and We give (new) life therewith to land that is dead: Thus will be the Resurrection.

Tafsir

as provision for [Our] servants (rizqan li'l-'ibaadi, is a direct object denoting reason); and with it We revive a dead land (baldatan may be followed equally by the masculine [maytan] or the feminine [adjective, maytatan]). So, like that manner of reviving, shall be the rising, from the graves: so how can you deny it? (the interrogative is meant as an affirmative; the meaning then is that they have indeed observed [all of these things] and are aware of what has been mentioned [yet they disbelieve]).

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