How many signs in the heavens and the earth do they pass by with indifference!And most of them do not believe in Allah without associating others with Him ˹in worship˺.Do they feel secure that an overwhelming torment from Allah will not overtake them, or that the Hour will not take them by surprise when they least expect ˹it˺?Quran 12:105~107Surah   Yusuf (Joseph)
Yusuf (Arabic: يوسف, Yūsuf; Arabic synonym of “Joseph”) is the 12th chapter (Surah) of the Quran and has 111 Ayahs (verses)
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وَكَأَیِّن مِّنۡ ءَایَةࣲ فِی ٱلسَّمَـٰوَ ٰتِ وَٱلۡأَرۡضِ یَمُرُّونَ عَلَیۡهَا 
وَهُمۡ عَنۡهَا مُعۡرِضُونَ

وَمَا یُؤۡمِنُ أَكۡثَرُهُم بِٱللَّهِ 
إِلَّا وَهُم مُّشۡرِكُونَ

أَفَأَمِنُوۤا۟ أَن تَأۡتِیَهُمۡ غَـٰشِیَةࣱ مِّنۡ عَذَابِ ٱللَّهِ 
أَوۡ تَأۡتِیَهُمُ ٱلسَّاعَةُ بَغۡتَةࣰ 
وَهُمۡ لَا یَشۡعُرُونَ
The story of Joseph in the Qurʾān is a continuous narrative. There are more than one hundred verses, and in totality they encompass many years and “present an amazing variety of sciences and characters in a tightly-knit plot, and offer a dramatic illustration of some of the fundamental themes of the Qurʾān.
زمین اور آسمانوں میں 
کتنی ہی نشانیاں ہیں 
جن پر سے یہ لوگ گزرتے رہتے ہیں 
اور ذرا توجہ نہیں کرتے

ان میں سے اکثر 
اللہ کو مانتے ہیں 
مگر اس طرح کہ 
اُس کے ساتھ دوسروں 
کو شر یک ٹھیراتے ہیں

کیا یہ مطمئن ہیں کہ خدا کے عذاب کی کوئی بلا انہیں 
دبوچ نہ لے گی 
بے خبری میں قیامت کی گھڑی اچانک ان پر نہ آ جائے گی؟
” The Qurʾān itself relates to the story’s importance in the third verse: “and We narrate unto you aḥsanal-qaṣaṣ (Arabic: أحسن ٱلقصص, “best (or most beautiful) of stories”).
” Most scholars believe this is referring to Joseph’s story, while others, including Ṭabari, argue it is a reference to the Qurʾān as a whole.
It asserts and documents the execution of God’s rulings despite the challenge of human intervention (“And Allah hath full power and control over His affairs; but most among mankind know it not”).
This is what the story of Yūsuf confirms categorically, for it ends with comfort and marvels, which is described in the Qurʾān