[4:14] But whoever disobeys God, and His Messenger; and transgresses His bounds, him He will admit to a Fire, abiding therein, and for him there shall be a humbling chastisement.
Verily there are two punishments, one immediate and one postponed, and ignominy unites the two of them. If created beings were to strive to bring ignominy to the disobedient with the like of the ignominy which comes to them in committing disobedience, they would not be able to do it. Because of this, their speaker said: Anyone who spends the night committing a sin, he wakes up and has his degradation. But one says of anyone who wakes up performing a pious act, he passes the day and has his dignity.