65: And they found a servant from among Our servants to whom we had given mercy from us and had taught him from Us a [certain] knowledge.
66: Moses said to him, "May I follow you on [the condition] that you teach me from what you have been taught of sound judgement?"
67: He said, "Indeed, with me you will never be able to have patience.
68:And how can you have patience for what you do not encompass in knowledge?"
69: [Moses] said, "You will find me, if Allah wills, patient, and I will not disobey you in [any] order."
70: He said, "Then if you follow me, do not ask me about anything until I make to you about it mention."
71: So they set out, until when they had embarked on the ship, al-Khidh r tore it open. [Moses] said, "Have you torn it open to drown its people? You have certainly done a grave thing."
72:[Al-Khidh r] said, "Did I not say that with me you would never be able to have patience?"
73: [Moses] said, "Do not blame me for what I forgot and do not cover me in my matter with difficulty."
74: So they set out, until when they met a boy, al-Khidh r killed him. [Moses] said, "Have you killed a pure soul for other than [having killed] a soul? You have certainly done a deplorable thing."
75:[Al-Khidh r] said, "Did I not tell you that with me you would never be able to have patience?"
76:[Moses] said, "If I should ask you about anything after this, then do not keep me as a companion. You have obtained from me an excuse."
77:So they set out, until when they came to the people of a town, they asked its people for food, but they refused to offer them hospitality. And they found therein a wall about to collapse, so al-Khidh r restored it. [Moses] said, "If you wished, you could have taken for it a payment."
78: [Al-Khidh r] said, "This is parting between me and you. I will inform you of the interpretation of that about which you could not have patience.
79: As for the ship, it belonged to poor people working at sea. So I intended to cause defect in it as there was after them a king who seized every [good] ship by force.
80:And as for the boy, his parents were believers, and we feared that he would overburden them by transgression and disbelief.
81:So we intended that their Lord should substitute for them one better than him in purity and nearer to mercy.
82: And as for the wall, it belonged to two orphan boys in the city, and there was beneath it a treasure for them, and their father had been righteous. So your Lord intended that they reach maturity and extract their treasure, as a mercy from your Lord. And I did it not of my own accord. That is the interpretation of that about which you could not have patience."