Surah Maryam Ayat 4 in Arabic Text
Here you can read various translations of verse 4
He said, “My Lord, indeed my bones have weakened, and my head has filled with white, and never have I been in my supplication to You, my Lord, unhappy.
Praying: “O my Lord! infirm indeed are my bones, and the hair of my head doth glisten with grey: but never am I unblest, O my Lord, in my prayer to Thee!
He said: “Lord! My bones have grown feeble and my head is glistening with age; yet, never have my prayers to You, my Lord, been unfruitful.
Saying: “My Lord! Indeed my bones have grown feeble, and grey hair has spread on my head, And I have never been unblest in my invocation to You, O my Lord!
Saying: My Lord! Lo! the bones of me wax feeble and my head is shining with grey hair, and I have never been unblest in prayer to Thee, my Lord.
He said, “Lord! Surely the bone (s) within me have become feeble, and my head is turned white with hoary (hair) (Literally: is aflame with hoary “hair”) and I have not been wretched in invoking you, Lord!
‘Lord, my bones have weakened and my hair is ashen grey, but never, Lord, have I ever prayed to You in vain:
کہ اے میرے پروردگار! میری ہڈیاں کمزور ہوگئی ہیں اور سر بڑھاپے کی وجہ سے بھڑک اٹھا ہے، لیکن میں کبھی بھی تجھ سے دعا کر کے محروم نہیں رہا
Quran 19 Verse 4 Explanation
For those looking for commentary to help with the understanding of Surah Maryam ayat 4, we’ve provided two Tafseer works below. The first is the tafseer of Abul Ala Maududi, the second is of Ibn Kathir.
(19:4) He said: “Lord! My bones have grown feeble and my head is glistening with age; yet, never have my prayers to You, my Lord, been unfruitful.
There is no commentary by Abul Maududi available for this verse.
The tafsir of Surah Maryam verse 3 by Ibn Kathir is unavailable here.
Please refer to Surah Maryam ayat 1 which provides the complete commentary from verse 1 through 6.
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