You wrote: “Surah 30 is about the consequences of wrong acts resulting in failure in this life. Those who fail to do the right things, past nations exampled, are lost. Examples, signs, are given for us to see,ponder over.”
Did I say anywhere examples are not for us to ponder?
You wrote: “We get EVERYTHING glorifying Allah, day and night, and signs are there for us to see that life can come from dead by following the proper commands, this means societies can be reformed to flourish, not just rebirth resurrection Are we not to understand the Quran as a Book to Guide us in this life? Surah 30 is one of many that say that if we do wrong we will face the consequences in this life, and in the hereafter.”
Did I say anything against surah 30 or we will not reap the results of our wrongdoing, etc.? Or Quran is not a book for us to ponder, etc? I am exhorting you as well as myself to ponder over the verses of the Quran and see what lessons they have for us.
There is a thing called context. I quoted verses in the context to refute your erroneous conclusion that “Qaim = obedience.”