And indeed, We once made a covenant with Adam, but he forgot, and ˹so˺ We did not find determination in him.
And ˹remember˺ when We said to the angels, “Prostrate before Adam,” so they all did—but not Iblîs,1 who refused ˹arrogantly˺.
So We cautioned, “O Adam! This is surely an enemy to you and to your wife. So do not let him drive you both out of Paradise, for you ˹O Adam˺ would then suffer ˹hardship˺.
Here it is guaranteed that you will never go hungry or unclothed,
nor will you ˹ever˺ suffer from thirst or ˹the sun’s˺ heat.”1 
But Satan whispered to him, saying, “O Adam! Shall I show you the Tree of Immortality and a kingdom that does not fade away?”
So they both ate from the tree and then their nakedness was exposed to them, prompting them to cover themselves with leaves from Paradise. So Adam disobeyed his Lord, and ˹so˺ lost his way.1
Then his Lord chose him ˹for His grace˺, accepted his repentance, and guided him ˹rightly˺.
Allah said, “Descend, both of you, from here together ˹with Satan˺ as enemies to each other. Then when guidance comes to you from Me, whoever follows My guidance will neither go astray ˹in this life˺ nor suffer ˹in the next˺.
But whoever turns away from My Reminder will certainly have a miserable life,1 then We will raise them up blind on the Day of Judgment.”
They will cry, “My Lord! Why have you raised me up blind, although I used to see?”
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