So do not make your oaths a means of deceiving one another, lest your foot should slip after having found its hold, and you taste of evil for having hindered (others) from the way of God, and suffer a grievous punishment.
And do not trade God's covenant for a paltry price. Remember, what is with God is better for you, if only you knew!
For what you possess will pass, but what is with God will abide. We shall certainly award those who persevere a recompense in keeping with their deeds.
We shall invest whosoever works for good, whether man or woman, with a pleasant life, and reward them in accordance with the best of what they have done.
So, when you recite the Qur'an seek refuge in God from Satan the execrable.
He does not have power over those who believe and place their trust in their Lord.
His power is only over those who take him as their patron, and those who ascribe equals (to God).
When We replace a message with another -- and God knows best what He reveals -- they say: "You have made it up;" yet most of them do not know.
You say: "It has been sent by divine grace from your Lord with truth to strengthen those who believe, and as guidance and good news for those who have submitted (to God)."