M. H. Shakir, The Holy Quran; Arabic Text and English Translation; Foot-notes by M. H. Shakir (1974)
32. And among His signs are the ships in the sea like mountains.
33. If He pleases, He causes the wind to become still so that they lie motionless on its back; most surely there are signs in this for every patient, grateful one,
34. Or He may make them founder for what they have earned, and (even then) pardon most;
35. And (that) those who dispute about Our communications may know; there is no place of refuge for them.
36. So whatever thing you are given, that is only a provision of this world’s life, and what is with Allah is better and more lasting for those who believe and rely on their Lord.
37. And those who shun the great sins and indecencies, and whenever they are angry they forgive.
38. And those who respond to their Lord and keep up prayer, and their rule is to take counsel among themselves, and who spend out of what We have given them.
39. And those who, when great wrong afflicts them, defend themselves.