Al-Quran Surah 70. Al-Ma'arij, Ayah 3

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مِنَ اللَّهِ ذِي الْمَعَارِجِ


Asad : [since it will come] from God, unto whom there are many ways of ascent:3
Khattab :

from Allah, Lord of pathways of ˹heavenly˺ ascent,

Malik : It will come from Allah, the Owner of the Ways of Ascent.
Pickthall : From Allah, Lord of the Ascending Stairways
Yusuf Ali : (A Penalty) from Allah Lord of the Ways of Ascent. 5676
Transliteration : Mina Allahi thee almaAAariji
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Asad   
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Asad 3 Lit., "He of the [many] ascents": a metonymical phrase implying that there are many ways by which man can "ascend" to a comprehension of God's existence, and thus to spiritual "nearness" to Him - and that, therefore, it is up to each human being to avail himself of any of the ways leading towards Him (cf. 76:3).

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Yusuf Ali 5676 Ma'arij: stair-ways, ways of ascent. In xliii. 33, the word is used in its literal sense: "silver stair-ways on which to go up". Here there is a profound spiritual meaning. Can we reach up to Allah Most High? In His infinite grace He gives that privilege to angels. But the way is not easy, nor can it be travelled in a day. See the next two notes.

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