Our Majesty have granted them the sustenance


First occurrence:

  • They are the people who heartily accept and believe in the presence of the Unseennot in their sight: their Creator: Allah the Exalted.

 

  • And they steadfastly maintain the Institution of As-sa'laat: Time Bound Protocol of Servitude and allegiance to Allah the Exalted.

 

  • Further, they heartily spend some of the worldly resources for other's welfare out of that which Our Majesty have given them as sustenance. [only for seeking approval and attention of Allah the Exalted] [2:03]

 

 

Main article:  Economics: : Sustenance that sustains life

Recurrence: (1)2:03(2)8:03(3)22:35(4)28:54(5)32:16(6)42:28=6

: It is a verbal sentence: Verb: Perfect; First Person; Plural; [نَا] Subject Pronoun in nominative state +  Suffixed Object pronoun; third person plural; masculine, in accusative  state; مصدر-رِزْقٌ Verbal noun.

Recurrence:   (1)2:03(2)8:03(3)13:22(4)14:31(5)16:56(6)22:35(7)28:54(8) 32:16(9)35:29(10)42:38=10 - reproduced below.

Verb: Perfect; First Person; Plural; [نَا] Subject Pronoun in nominative state +  Suffixed Object pronoun; third person plural; masculine, in accusative state; مصدر-رِزْقٌ Verbal noun.

Recurrence: (1)10:93(2)17:70(3)45:16=3

It stems from Root: ر ز ق which signifies sustenance, livelihood, all that is necessary for life and its comforts. Sustenance with everyone is the grant of His Majesty, Allah the Exalted.

: It is a verbal sentence; 'they spend'. Most, if not every, words in a language can have a set of collocates, other words which are typically associated with the word in question and are compatible, to a greater or lesser degree. The tendency of certain words to co-occur has to do with their propositional meanings. This word co-occurs with : sustenance, livelihood, all that is necessary for life and its comforts. The prepositional phrase and the verbal sentence: associated with the act of spending unfolds another two aspects. Sustenance with everyone is the grant of His Majesty, Allah the Exalted and only a portion of it is to be spent whatever be the nature of spending.

 

  • They are the people who heartily accept and believe in the presence of the Unseennot in their sight: their Creator: Allah the Exalted.

 

  • And they steadfastly maintain the Institution of As-sa'laat: Time Bound Protocol of Servitude and allegiance to Allah the Exalted.

 

  • Further, they heartily spend some of the worldly resources for other's welfare out of that which Our Majesty have given them as sustenance. [only for seeking approval and attention of Allah the Exalted] [2:03]

 

 

 

  • Truly the Believers are only those who steadfastly maintain the Institution of As-sa'laat: Time Bound Protocol of  Servitude and allegiance to Allah the Exalted;

 

  • Further, they heartily spend some of the worldly resources for other's welfare out of that which Our Majesty have given them as sustenance. [only for seeking approval and attention of Allah the Exalted]  [8:03]

 

 

 

  • They are the people whose hearts blenched - trembled when Allah the Exalted is mentioned;

  • And they are coolly perseverant upon what adverse reached them;

  • And they are the steadfastly maintainers of Ass-sa'laat: Time Bound protocol of Servitude and allegiance to Allah the Exalted;

  • Further, they heartily spend some of the worldly resources for other's welfare out of that which Our Majesty have given them as sustenance. [only for seeking approval and attention of Allah the Exalted]  [22:35]

 

 

 

  • They are the people who will be paid their reward twice for the reason that they remained steadfast exercising coolly perseverance.

 

  • And they repel/avert evil/misconduct with good and mannered conduct.

  • Further, they heartily spend some of the worldly resources for other's welfare out of that which Our Majesty have given them as sustenance. [only for seeking approval and attention of Allah the Exalted]  [28:54]

 

  • Reflexively their sides shrink: draw away from their sleeping bedrooms in reverence and fear;

 

  • They call upon their Sustainer Lord, fearing and hoping favourable response;

 

  • Further, they heartily spend some of the worldly resources for other's welfare out of that which Our Majesty have given them as sustenance. [only for seeking approval and attention of Allah the Exalted]  [32:16]

 

 

 

  • And they are the people who have consciously and rationally responded to the message of their Sustainer Lord;

  • And steadfastly maintained the Institution of As-sa'laat: Time Bound Protocol of Servitude and allegiance to Allah the Exalted;

  • And their affair is organized on the basis of consultation and consensus between them;

  • Further, they heartily spend some of the worldly resources for other's welfare out of that which Our Majesty have given them as sustenance. [only for seeking approval and attention of Allah the Exalted]   [42:38]


  • And they who exercising patience remained coolly perseverant seeking the approval and appreciation of their Sustainer Lord;

  • And steadfastly maintained the Institution of As-sa'laat: Time Bound Formal Rite demonstrating Servitude and allegiance to Allah the Exalted,

 

  • And they spent for other's wellbeing out of the sustenance Our Majesty had provided them;

  • They did it privately and publicly;

 

  • And they kept repelling/averting evil/misconduct with good and mannered conduct.

 

  • They are the people: the best end place is in wait for them. [13:22]

 

  • You the Messenger [Sal'lallaa'hoalaih'wa'salam] pronounce for those of My servants who proclaim having accepted and become believers:

  • That they should maintain As-sa'laat: Time Bound Protocol of Allegiance and Servitude;

  • And should spend part of the worldly resources for other's welfare out of that Our Majesty have given them;

  • They should do it privately and publicly

  • Before that the Day might reach

  • Peculiarity of the day is: Neither pay-later system bargain nor friendship could be struck during it. [14:31]

  • Certain fact about those who recite/study the Book of Allah, word by word in the manner that passions, conceptions, perceptions, myths, notions already in memory interfere not in between the words of the Book and the Reciter/reader;

 

 

  • And steadfastly maintained the Institution of As-sa'laat: Time Bound Formal Rite demonstrating Servitude and allegiance to Allah the Exalted,

 

  • And they spent for other's wellbeing out of the sustenance Our Majesty had provided them;

  • They did it privately and publicly;

  • They are pursuing a business, an economic activity that might never suffer stagnation. [35:29]

 

  • And most certainly We had given to Bani Iesraa'eel[the Messengers who had]

  • The Book and the Command and Elevated Unique Stature.

  • And We had provided them life-sustaining provision from pleasant nourishing things.

  • And We had given them distinction and uniqueness/individuality upon others [Pharaoh's nation] [45:16]


Verb; Perfect; First Person; Plural; [نَا] Attached Subject Pronoun, in nominative state + Suffixed Object Pronoun: Second person; plural; masculine; in  accusative state; مصدر-رِزْقٌ Verbal noun.  (1)2:57(2)2:172(3)7:160(4)20:81(5)30:28=5

Verb; Perfect; First Person; Plural; [نَا] Subject Pronoun, in nominative state + Suffixed Object Pronoun: Second person; plural; masculine; in  accusative state; مصدر-رِزْقٌ Verbal noun. (1)2:254(2)63:10=2


  Verb; Perfect; First Person; Plural; [نَا] Subject Pronoun, in nominative state + Suffixed Object Pronoun: Third person; singular; masculine; in accusative  state; مصدر-رِزْقٌ Verbal noun. (1)16:75=1

 


Progressive number of grammatical units: = 13,607 + 13 = 13,620