وَكَتَبۡنَا لَهُۥ فِى ٱلۡأَلۡوَاحِ مِن كُلِّ شَىۡءٍ مَّوۡعِظَةً وَتَفۡصِيلًا لِّكُلِّ شَىۡءٍ فَخُذۡهَا بِقُوَّةٍ وَأۡمُرۡ قَوۡمَكَ يَأۡخُذُواْ بِأَحۡسَنِهَا ۚ سَأُوْرِيكُمۡ دَارَ ٱلۡفَٰسِقِينَ
And We ordained laws for him in the tablets in all matters, both commanding and explaining all things, (and said): "Take and hold these with firmness, and enjoin thy people to hold fast by the best in the precepts: soon shall I show you the homes of the wicked,- (How they lie desolate)."<br/>
And We inscribed for him in the Tablets, that is, the Tablets of the Torah - these were made from the Lotetree of the Paradise, or of chrysolite or emerald, and they were either seven or ten - about all things, one needs in religion, as an admonition and a detailing, an explanation, of all things (li-kulli shay'in substitutes for the previous genitive construction [min kulli shay', 'about all things']). 'Take it then (there is an implicit qulnaa, 'We said', before this [fa-kudhhaa, 'take it then']) firmly, seriously and earnestly, and enjoin your people to adhere to the fairest [precepts] in it. I shall show you the abode of the wicked, [of] Pharaoh and his followers, and that is Egypt, that you may take an example from them.