Surah Baqarah Ayat 270 in Arabic Text
Here you can read various translations of verse 270
And whatever you spend of expenditures or make of vows – indeed, Allah knows of it. And for the wrongdoers there are no helpers.
“And whatever ye spend in charity or devotion, be sure Allah knows it all. But the wrong-doers have no helpers.
Surely Allah knows whatever you may have spent and whatever vow you may have made, and the wrong-doers (who spend in the way of Satan) shall have no helpers.
And whatever you spend for spendings (e.g., in Sadaqah – charity, etc. for Allah’s Cause) or whatever vow you make, be sure Allah knows it all. And for the Zalimun (wrong-doers, etc.) there are no helpers.
Whatever alms ye spend or vow ye vow, lo! Allah knoweth it. Wrong-doers have no helpers.
And whatever expenditure you expend or whatever vow you vow, then surely Allah knows it; and in no way (can) the unjust have any vindicators.
Whatever you may give, or vow to give, God knows it well, and those who do wrong will have no one to help them.
تم جتنا کچھ خرچ کرو یعنی خیرات اور جو کچھ نذر مانو اسے اللہ تعالیٰ بخوبی جانتا ہے، اور ﻇالموں کا کوئی مددگار نہیں
Quran 2 Verse 270 Explanation
For those looking for commentary to help with the understanding of Surah Baqarah ayat 270, we’ve provided two Tafseer works below. The first is the tafseer of Abul Ala Maududi, the second is of Ibn Kathir.
(2:270) Allah knows whatever you spend or whatever you vow (to spend). The wrong-doers have none to succour them.
310. Whether or not a man spends in the way of God, and whether or not he vows to spend in the way of God, God is fully aware both of his intentions and deeds. All those who either spend for the sake of God or vow to spend for the sake of God will be adequately rewarded. As for those who have either spent or have vowed to spend for others than God, no one will save them from God’s chastisement.
Vow’ means either a man’s pledge to spend something or to perform some act of goodness which is not obligatory on him providing a particular wish of his is fulfilled. Provided that this vow is related to some wish which is in itself permissible and good and that the person concerned makes it to none but God and for the sake of God, then such a vow will be reckoned as an act of obedience to God and its fulfilment will be worthy of reward. Otherwise such a vow will be seen as an act of disobedience and sin and its fulfilment will invite punishment from God.
The tafsir of Surah Baqarah verse 269 by Ibn Kathir is unavailable here.
Please refer to Surah Baqarah ayat 267 which provides the complete commentary from verse 267 through 269.
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