Edward Palmer, The Qur’ân (1880)
those who believe and do what is right with justice; but those who misbelieve, for them is a drink of boiling water, and grievous woe, for that they did misbelieve.
 He it is who made the sun for a brightness, and the moon for a light, and decreed for it mansions, that ye may know the number of the years and the reckoning. — God only created that in truth. He details the signs unto a people who do know.
Verily, in the alternation of night and day, and in what God has created of the heavens and the earth, are signs unto a people who do fear.
Verily, those who hope not for our meeting, and are content with the life of this world, and are comforted thereby, and those who are neglectful of our signs, — these, their resort is fire for that which they have earned!
Verily, those who believe and do what is right, their Lord guides them by their faith; beneath them shall rivers flow in the gardens of pleasure.
 Their cry therein shall be, ‘Celebrated be Thy praises, O God!’ and their salutation therein shall be, ‘Peace!’ and the end of their cry shall be, ‘Praise (belongs) to God, the Lord of the worlds!’
And if God should hasten on the bad to men as they would hasten on the good, their appointed time would surely be fulfilled. But we will let those who hope not for our meeting go on. in their rebellion, blindly wandering on.
When distress touches man, he calls us to his side, whether sitting or standing; but when we have removed from him his distress, he passes on