Surah Zumar Ayat 34 in Arabic Text
Here you can read various translations of verse 34
They will have whatever they desire with their Lord. That is the reward of the doers of good –
They shall have all that they wish for, in the presence of their Lord: such is the reward of those who do good:
They shall have from their Lord all that they wish for. That is the reward of those that do good,
They shall have all that they will desire with their Lord. That is the reward of Muhsinun (good-doers – see V. 2:112).
They shall have what they will of their Lord’s bounty. That is the reward of the good:
They will have whatever they decide (on) in the Providence of their Lord; that is the recompense of the fair-doers,
they will have everything they wish for with their Lord. Such is the reward of those who do good:
ان کے لیے ان کے رب کے پاس (ہر) وه چیز ہے جو یہ چاہیں، نیک لوگوں کا یہی بدلہ ہے
Quran 39 Verse 34 Explanation
For those looking for commentary to help with the understanding of Surah Zumar ayat 34, we’ve provided two Tafseer works below. The first is the tafseer of Abul Ala Maududi, the second is of Ibn Kathir.
(39:34) They shall have from their Lord all that they wish for. That is the reward of those that do good,
53. One should note that the words used here are indarabbi- him (with their Lord) and not fil-jannah (in Paradise), and obviously man reaches in the presence of his Lord just after death. Therefore, the intention of the verse seems to be: Not only after entering Paradise but right from the time of death till his entry into Paradise Allah will treat the righteous believer in the same kind manner. The believer will certainly desire to be saved from the torment of barzakh, from the severities of the Day of Resurrection and Judgment, from the humiliation of the Plain of Gathering and from the punishment of his errors and shortcomings, and Allah Almighty will fulfill all his desires.
The tafsir of Surah Az-Zumar verse 34 by Ibn Kathir is unavailable here.
Please refer to Surah Zumar ayat 32 which provides the complete commentary from verse 32 through 35.
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