In its first appearance in Surat Al-Baqarah, then Surat Al-Ma’idah, Al-Ra’d, Al-Noor, Al-Qasas, Al-Buruj, and finally Surat Al-Hamza, when the ardor employed in these Surahs the aspects of life – worldly and hereafter – its effects on the unbeliever became apparent. He denied faith in God Almighty and the prophethood of Muhammad, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, so he deserved the fire that rewarded him, so God wanted to bring the believers out of this whirlpool. Second: related words. The second topic meant: sensory impatience, while the third topic spoke about: moral impatience.
One of the most prominent features of the miraculous imagery in the Holy Qur’an, which stirs the feelings and elevates the mind of the recipient to images and scenes that arouse his emotion throughout the ages, and these stories that revolve around the wall, as they give security and stability to everyone who believes in God Almighty, and mourn all those who disbelieve in that blessing as they misuse it with transcendence