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Ayat 58, Surat Ya-Sin Explained.


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As-Salaam alaikum,

Ayat 58 of chapter 36 of the Holy Qur'an, Surat Ya-Sin, reads:--

      "Salamun, Qawlan min Rabbun Raheem.. Peace!- a word

     (of salutation) from a Lord Most Merciful!"

This will be said to the companions of the Garden of Bliss (Jannah). On this, Imam An-Nasaa'i mentioned a hadith Qudsi:--

"In the Hereafter, the Almighty Allah will say to the Angels 'Where are My faithful worshippers, those who

had firm conviction in the unseen?'  then, they (the pious) will come forward, their faces are bright like the

full moon, they will ride horses of light, adorned with jewels. They will fly over the heads of others until they stand by the

Divine Throne. Then Allah will say to them: 'Peace [Salaam] upon My faithful believers. Verily I have chosen you and provided

you, enter Paradise without judgement [Hisab] there is no grief nor fear upon you today, then they will cross the Siraat bridge

like a lightning while others are standing, terrified and waiting trial."

 

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