In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful
(11:77) And when Our messengers, [the angels], came to Lot, he was anguished for them and felt for them great discomfort and said, “This is a trying day.”
(11:78) And his people came hastening to him, and before [this] they had been doing evil deeds. He said, “O my people, these are my daughters; they are purer for you. So fear Allah and do not disgrace me concerning my guests. Is there not among you a man of reason?”
(11:79) They said, “You have already known that we have not concerning your daughters any claim, and indeed, you know what we want.”
(11:80) He said, “If only I had against you some power or could take refuge in a strong support.”
(11:81) The angels said, “O Lot, indeed we are messengers of your Lord; [therefore], they will never reach you. So set out with your family during a portion of the night and let not any among you look back – except your wife; indeed, she will be struck by that which strikes them. Indeed, their appointment is [for] the morning. Is not the morning near?”
(11:82) So when Our command came, We made the highest part [of the city] its lowest and rained upon them stones of layered hard clay, [which were]
(11:83) Marked from your Lord. And Allah’s punishment is not from the wrongdoers [very] far.
(15:61) And when the messengers came to the family of Lot,
(15:62) He said, “Indeed, you are people unknown.”
(15:63) They said, “But we have come to you with that about which they were disputing,
(15:64) And we have come to you with truth, and indeed, we are truthful.
(15:65) So set out with your family during a portion of the night and follow behind them and let not anyone among you look back and continue on to where you are commanded.”
(15:66) And We conveyed to him [the decree] of that matter: that those [sinners] would be eliminated by early morning.
(15:67) And the people of the city came rejoicing.
(15:68) [Lot] said, “Indeed, these are my guests, so do not shame me.
(15:69) And fear Allah and do not disgrace me.”
(15:70) They said, “Have we not forbidden you from [protecting] people?”
(15:71) [Lot] said, “These are my daughters – if you would be doers [of lawful marriage].”
(15:72) By your life, indeed they were, in their intoxication, wandering blindly.
(15:73) So the shriek seized them at sunrise.
(15:74) And We made the highest part [of the city] its lowest and rained upon them stones of hard clay.
(15:75) Indeed in that are signs for those who discern.
(15:76) And indeed, those cities are [situated] on an established road.
(15:77) Indeed in that is a sign for the believers.
(15:78) And the companions of the thicket were [also] wrongdoers.
(15:79) So We took retribution from them, and indeed, both [cities] are on a clear highway.
(7:80) And [We had sent] Lot when he said to his people, “Do you commit such immorality as no one has preceded you with from among the worlds?
(7:81) Indeed, you approach men with desire, instead of women. Rather, you are a transgressing people.”
(7:82) But the answer of his people was only that they said, “Evict them from your city! Indeed, they are men who keep themselves pure.”
(7:83) So We saved him and his family, except for his wife; she was of those who remained [with the evildoers].
(7:84) And We rained upon them a rain [of stones]. Then see how was the end of the criminals.
(21:74) And to Lot We gave judgement and knowledge, and We saved him from the city that was committing wicked deeds. Indeed, they were a people of evil, defiantly disobedient.
(21:75) And We admitted him into Our mercy. Indeed, he was of the righteous.
(26:160) The people of Lot denied the messengers
(26:161) When their brother Lot said to them, “Will you not fear Allah ?
(26:162) Indeed, I am to you a trustworthy messenger.
(26:163) So fear Allah and obey me.
(26:164) And I do not ask you for it any payment. My payment is only from the Lord of the worlds.
(26:165) Do you approach males among the worlds
(26:166) And leave what your Lord has created for you as mates? But you are a people transgressing.”
(26:167) They said, “If you do not desist, O Lot, you will surely be of those evicted.”
(26:168) He said, “Indeed, I am, toward your deed, of those who detest [it].
(26:169) My Lord, save me and my family from [the consequence of] what they do.”
(26:170) So We saved him and his family, all,
(26:171) Except an old woman among those who remained behind.
(26:172) Then We destroyed the others.
(26:173) And We rained upon them a rain [of stones], and evil was the rain of those who were warned.
(26:174) Indeed in that is a sign, but most of them were not to be believers.
(26:175) And indeed, your Lord – He is the Exalted in Might, the Merciful.
(27:54) And [mention] Lot, when he said to his people, “Do you commit immorality while you are seeing?
(27:55) Do you indeed approach men with desire instead of women? Rather, you are a people behaving ignorantly.”
(27:56) But the answer of his people was not except that they said, “Expel the family of Lot from your city. Indeed, they are people who keep themselves pure.”
(27:57) So We saved him and his family, except for his wife; We destined her to be of those who remained behind.
(27:58) And We rained upon them a rain [of stones], and evil was the rain of those who were warned.
(27:59) Say, “Praise be to Allah, and peace upon His servants whom He has chosen. Is Allah better or what they associate with Him?”
(29:28) And [mention] Lot, when he said to his people, “Indeed, you commit such immorality as no one has preceded you with from among the worlds.
(29:29) Indeed, you approach men and obstruct the road and commit in your meetings [every] evil.” And the answer of his people was not but they said, “Bring us the punishment of Allah, if you should be of the truthful.”
(29:30) He said, “My Lord, support me against the corrupting people.”
(29:31) And when Our messengers came to Abraham with the good tidings, they said, “Indeed, we will destroy the people of that Lot’s city. Indeed, its people have been wrongdoers.”
(29:32) [Abraham] said, “Indeed, within it is Lot.” They said, “We are more knowing of who is within it. We will surely save him and his family, except his wife. She is to be of those who remain behind.”
(29:33) And when Our messengers came to Lot, he was distressed for them and felt for them great discomfort. They said, “Fear not, nor grieve. Indeed, we will save you and your family, except your wife; she is to be of those who remain behind.
(29:34) Indeed, we will bring down on the people of this city punishment from the sky because they have been defiantly disobedient.”
(29:35) And We have certainly left of it a sign as clear evidence for a people who use reason.
(54:33) The people of Lot denied the warning.
(54:34) Indeed, We sent upon them a storm of stones, except the family of Lot – We saved them before dawn
(54:35) As favor from us. Thus do We reward he who is grateful.
(54:36) And he had already warned them of Our assault, but they disputed the warning.
(54:37) And they had demanded from him his guests, but We obliterated their eyes, [saying], “Taste My punishment and warning.”
(54:38) And there came upon them by morning an abiding punishment.
(54:39) So taste My punishment and warning.
(54:40) And We have certainly made the Qur’an easy for remembrance, so is there any who will remember?
(37:133) And indeed, Lot was among the messengers.
(37:134) [So mention] when We saved him and his family, all,
(37:135) Except his wife among those who remained [with the evildoers].
(37:136) Then We destroyed the others.
(37:137) And indeed, you pass by them in the morning
(37:138) And at night. Then will you not use reason?
|The translatin of the Meanings of Sahih Al-Bukhari, Arabic – English, Volume-4, translated by Dr Muhamad Muhsin Khan, Darussalam publishers and distributors
60 – The book of the stories of the Prophets
Narrated Abu Hurairah: The Prophet (peace be upon him) said, “May Allah forgive Lot (Lut): He used to lean on powerful support.”
“And may Allah send His Mercy on Lot (Lut)! Certainly he used to lean on a powerful support. If I were to stay in prison for such a long time as Joseph (Yusuf) did, I would have accepted the offer (of freedom without insisting on having my guiltlessness declared).”1