Surah Al Ahzab Verse 35 Allah S.W.T explains the qualities of His servant who will be forgiven of all his sins and iniquities and put into heaven.
Surah Al Ahzab Verse 35, English, Arabic, and Transliteration
Innal-muslimīna wal-muslimāti wal-mu`minīna wal-mu`mināti wal-qānitīna wal-qānitāti waṣ-ṣādiqīna waṣ-ṣādiqāti waṣ-ṣābirīna waṣ-ṣābirāti wal-khāsyi’īna wal-khāsyi’āti wal-mutaṣaddiqīna wal-mutaṣaddiqāti waṣ-ṣā`imīna waṣ-ṣā`imāti wal-ḥāfiẓīna furụjahum wal-ḥāfiẓāti waż-żākirīnallāha kaṡīraw waż-żākirāti a’addallāhu lahum magfirataw wa ajran ‘aẓīmā
“Truly, Muslim men and women, believer men and women, men and women who remain in obedience, righteous men and women, patient men and women, solemn men and women, men and women who give alms, men and women who fast, men and women who keep their honor, men and women who mention (the name of) Allah a lot, Allah has provided for them great forgiveness and reward.” (Q.S Al Ahzab: 35)
Allah promised forgiveness and recompense of kindness to the wives of the Prophet as long as they obeyed Allah and His Messenger. Such a promise is also given to anyone, male or female, who has faith and obedience to Allah and His Messenger.
Truly, Muslim men and women who are obedient and obedient to Allah, men and women believers with earnest faith, men and women who remain steady and sincere in their obedience, men and women who are right in their words and deeds, men and women who are patient in carrying out the commandments and shunning Allah’s prohibitions and patient in the face of all trials, men and women who are solemn in prayer, men and women who often give alms to obtain the rida of Allah, men and women who fast obligatory as well as sunah, men and women who keep their honor from the things that Allah forbids (See also: al-Mu’minùn/23:5–7), men and women who mention the name of Allah a lot; God has provided for their forgiveness for their sins, and a great reward in the form of heaven. They are eternal in it. This verse describes the equality of men and women before God in terms of obtaining charitable retribution according to what each individual does.