Whoever comes with a good deed will be rewarded with what is better, and they will be secure from the horror on that Day.And whoever comes with an evil deed will be hurled face-first into the Fire. Are you rewarded except for what you used to do?Quran 27:89~90
Surah Naml is named after ‘the Ant’ mentioned in (27:18).
This is the only mention of ‘the Ant’ in the whole of the Qur’an.
There are 93 Ayat in this Surah.
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مَن جَاۤءَ بِٱلۡحَسَنَةِ فَلَهُۥ خَیۡرࣱ مِّنۡهَا 
وَهُم مِّن فَزَعࣲ
یَوۡمَىِٕذٍ ءَامِنُونَ

وَمَن جَاۤءَ بِٱلسَّیِّئَةِ فَكُبَّتۡ وُجُوهُهُمۡ
فِی ٱلنَّارِ

هَلۡ تُجۡزَوۡنَ
إِلَّا مَا كُنتُمۡ تَعۡمَلُونَ
The theme of the Surah is divine guidance in history.
Allah sent His Prophets to different people. Some accepted them and were guided,
while others denied them and they saw the consequences of their denial.
The Surah also contrasts between the principles of Tawhid and shirk.
جو شخص نیکی لےکر آئے گا 
تو اس کے لئے اس سے بہتر (بدلہ تیار) ہے 
اور ایسے لوگ (اُس روز) گھبراہٹ سے بےخوف ہوں گے 

اور جو برائی لے کر آئے گا 
تو ایسے لوگ اوندھے منہ 
دوزخ میں ڈال دیئے جائیں گے۔ 

تم کو تو اُن ہی اعمال کا 
بدلہ ملے گا 
جو تم کرتے رہے ہو
The Qur’an is from the All Wise and All-knower. How did Prophet Moses received the message of Allah. Allah gave Moses many signs but Pharaoh and his people denied them.
The knowledge and power that Allah bestowed on Prophets David and Solomon. What kind of character they had.
Queen of Saba’ and her submission to Prophet Solomon.
The response of Thamud to Prophet Saleh’s message. Also the example of the people among whom Prophet Lot was sent.
The contrast between the tawhid and shirk. Allah or the so-called gods of Shirk.
The surety of Resurrection.
The coming of the Day of Judgment