Noah (10:71 – 10:73)

Noah

[10:71] Recite for them the history of Noah. He said to his people, “O my people, if you find my position and my reminding you of GOD’s revelations too much for you, then I put my trust in GOD. You should get together with your leaders, agree on a final decision among yourselves, then let me know it without delay.
[10:72] “If you turn away, then I have not asked you for any wage. My wage comes from GOD. I have been commanded to be a submitter.”
[10:73] They rejected him and, consequently, we saved him and those who joined him in the ark; we made them the inheritors. And we drowned those who rejected our revelations. Note the consequences; they have been warned. 

In 10:71 do you think that Noah was preaching out of love with the hope that they would change or out of spite?

[11:29] “O my people, I do not ask you for any money; my wage comes only from GOD. I am not dismissing those who believed; they will meet their Lord (and He alone will judge them). I see that you are ignorant people. 

Abraham: Original Messenger of Islam*

[22:78] You shall strive for the cause of GOD as you should strive for His cause. He has chosen you and has placed no hardship on you in practicing your religion—the religion of your father Abraham. He is the one who named you “Submitters” originally. Thus, the messenger shall serve as a witness among you, and you shall serve as witnesses among the people. Therefore, you shall observe the Contact Prayers (Salat) and give the obligatory charity (Zakat), and hold fast to GOD; He is your Lord, the best Lord and the best Supporter.

[50:23] The companion said, “Here is my formidable testimony.” [50:24] Throw into Gehenna every stubborn disbeliever. [50:25] Forbidder of charity, aggressor, full of doubt. [50:26] He set up besides GOD another god. Throw him into severe retribution. [50:27] His companion said, “Our Lord, I did not mislead him; he was far astray.” [50:28] He said, “Do not feud in front of Me; I have sufficiently warned you. [50:29] “Nothing can be changed now. I am never unjust towards the people.”

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