Ayah

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مَن
Whoever
جَآءَ
comes
بِٱلۡحَسَنَةِ
with the good
فَلَهُۥ
then for him
خَيۡرٞ
(will be) better
مِّنۡهَا
than it
وَهُم
and they
مِّن
from
فَزَعٖ
(the) terror
يَوۡمَئِذٍ
(of) that Day
ءَامِنُونَ
(will be) safe
مَن
Whoever
جَآءَ
comes
بِٱلۡحَسَنَةِ
with the good
فَلَهُۥ
then for him
خَيۡرٞ
(will be) better
مِّنۡهَا
than it
وَهُم
and they
مِّن
from
فَزَعٖ
(the) terror
يَوۡمَئِذٍ
(of) that Day
ءَامِنُونَ
(will be) safe

Translation

If any do good, good will (accrue) to them therefrom; and they will be secure from terror that Day.

Tafsir

Whoever brings a good deed, namely, [the profession of] 'there is no god but God', on the Day of Resurrection, shall have good, [shall have] a reward, for it, because of it (this [khayrun] is not the comparative ['better'], since there is no deed better [than a good deed]). In another verse [it is stated that] he shall have tenfold the like of it [Q. 6:160]; and they, namely, those who bring such [good deeds], shall be secure from the terror of that day (min faza'i yawmi'idhin, if read as a genitive annexation; or min faza'in yawma'idhin, 'from terror on that day').

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