[Ta-Ha 20:77] And We divinely inspired Moosa that, "Journey with My bondmen in a part of the night and strike a dry path in the sea for them, you shall have no fear of Firaun getting to you, nor any danger."
[Ta-Ha 20:78] So Firaun went after them with his army - therefore the sea enveloped them, the way it did.
[Ta-Ha 20:79] And Firaun led his people astray, and did not guide them.
[Ta-Ha 20:80] O Descendants of Israel, indeed We rescued you from your enemy, and We made a covenant with you on the right side of Mount Tur, and sent down Manna and Salwa upon you.
[Ta-Ha 20:81] "Eat the good clean things We have provided you, and do not exceed the limits in respect of it causing My wrath to descend upon you; and indeed the one on whom My wrath descended, has fallen."
[Ta-Ha 20:82] And indeed I am Most Oft Forgiving for him who repented and accepted faith and did good deeds, and then remained upon guidance.
[Ta-Ha 20:83] “And why did you come in haste ahead of your people, O Moosa?”
[Ta-Ha 20:84] He submitted, "They are here, just behind me - and O my Lord, I hastened towards You, in order to please You."
[Ta-Ha 20:85] He said, "We have therefore tried your people after you came, and Samri has led them astray."
[Ta-Ha 20:86] So Moosa turned back to his people, angry and grieving; he said, "O my people, had not your Lord given you a good promise? Did a long time pass away for you, or did you wish that your Lord’s wrath come upon you, therefore you broke your promise with me?"
[Ta-Ha 20:87] They said, "We did not renege on
to you on our own will, but we were made to carry the burdens of
of the people, so we cast them - and similarly did Samri cast."