[Ta-Ha 20:114] Therefore Supreme is Allah, the True King; and do not hasten in the Qur’an (O dear Prophet Mohammed - peace and blessings be upon him) until its divine revelation has been completed to you; and pray, "My Lord, bestow me more knowledge."
[Ta-Ha 20:115] And indeed before this We made a covenant with Adam, so he forgot, and We did not find its intention (in him).
[Ta-Ha 20:116] And when We commanded the angels, "Prostrate before Adam" - so they all prostrated, except Iblis; he refused.
[Ta-Ha 20:117] We therefore said, "O Adam, he is your and your wife’s enemy, so may he not get you both out from heaven, so you then fall into hardship."
[Ta-Ha 20:118] "Indeed for you in heaven is that you may never be hungry nor be unclothed."
[Ta-Ha 20:119] "And that you never feel thirsty nor hot sunshine hurt you."
[Ta-Ha 20:120] So the devil incited him, saying, "O Adam, shall I show you the tree of immortality and a kingdom that does not erode?"
[Ta-Ha 20:121] So they both ate from it - thereupon their shame became manifest to them, and they started applying on themselves the leaves of heaven; and Adam lapsed in obeying his Lord, so did not reach his goal. (Of achieving immortality)
[Ta-Ha 20:122] Then his Lord chose him, and inclined towards him with His mercy, and guided him.
[Ta-Ha 20:123] He said, "Both of you go down from heaven, one of you is an enemy to the other; then if the guidance from Me comes to you - then whoever follows My guidance, will not go astray nor be ill-fated."
[Ta-Ha 20:124] "And the one who turned away from My remembrance - for him is a confined existence, and We shall raise him blind on the Day of Resurrection."
[Ta-Ha 20:125] He will say, "O my Lord, why
have You raised
me blind, whereas I was sighted?"