M. H. Shakir, The Holy Quran; Arabic Text and English Translation; Foot-notes by M. H. Shakir (1974)
became strait to them notwithstanding its spaciousness and their souls were also straitened to them; and they knew it for certain that there was no refuge from Allah but in Him; then He turned to them (mercifully) that they might turn (to Him); surely Allah is the Oft-returning (to mercy), the Merciful.
119. O you who believe! be careful of (your duty to) Allah and be with the true ones.
120. It did not be-seem the people of Medina and those round about them of the dwellers of the desert to remain behind the Apostle of Allah, nor should they desire (any thing) for themselves in preference to him; this is because there afflicts them not thirst or fatigue or hunger in Allah’s way, nor do they tread a path which enrages the unbelievers, nor do they attain from the enemy what they attain, but a good work is written down to them on account of it; surely Allah does not waste the reward of the doers of good;
121. Nor do they spend any thing that may be spent, small or great, nor do they traverse a valley, but it is written down to