In this post, we will be looking at the translation and meaning of surah hashr last 3 ayat. These verses are great verses that include a lot of Allah most beautiful Names.
Surah Hashr Last 3 Ayat In English
- 22. He is Allah; there is no god but He, Knower of the unseen and the seen; He is the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.
- 23. He is Allah; there is no god but He, the Sovereign, the Holy, the Most Perfect, the Granter of security, the Watcher over all, the Almighty, the Compeller, the Supreme. Glory be to Allah, [far exalted is He] above having the partners they ascribe to Him.
- 24. He is Allah, the Creator, the Maker, the Shaper. To Him belong the most beautiful names. All that is in the heavens and on earth glorifies Him, for He is the Almighty, Most Wise.
Last Three Ayats Of Surah Hashr Meaning And Commentary In English
These verses include many of the beautiful names and sublime attributes of Allah, which are of great significance and contain wondrous meanings.
He is Allah, beside Whom La ilaha illa Huwa, the All-Knower of the unseen and the seen. He is the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.
Allah states that He Alone is worthy of worship, there is no Lord or God for the existence, except Him. All that is being worshipped instead of Allah are false deities.
Allah is the All-Knower in the unseen and the seen, He knows all that pertains to the creations that we see, and those we cannot see.
Nothing in heaven or on earth ever escapes His knowledge, no matter how great or insignificant, big or small, including ants in darkness.
He is the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful asserts that Allah is the Owner of the wide encompassing mercy that entails all of His creation.
He is Ar-Rahman and Ar-Rahim of this life and the Hereafter.
He is Allah, beside Whom La ilaha illa Huwa, Al-Malik.
Al-Malik, meaning The Owner and King of all things, Who has full power over them without resistance or hindrance.
Al-Quddus, meaning The Pure, according to Wahb bin Munabbih, while Mujahid and Qatadah said that Al-Quddus means The Blessed.
Ibn Jurayj said that Al-Quddus means He Whom the honorable angels glorify.
As-Salam, meaning Free from any defects or shortcomings that lessen or decrease His perfect attributes and actions.
Al-Mu’min, means “Who has granted safety to His servants by promising that He will never be unjust to them, according to Ad-Dahhak who reported it from Ibn Abbas.
Al-Muhaymin, means, according to Ibn Abbas and others, The Witness for His servants actions, that is, the Ever-Watcher over them.
Al Aziz, meaning that He is the Almighty, Dominant over all things.
Therefore, His majesty is never violated, due to His might, greatness, irresistible power and pride.
Al-Jabbar, Al-Mutakabbir, meaning “The Only One worthy of being the Compeller and Supreme.
Allah the Exalted said,
Glory be to Allah! (High is He) above all that they associate as partners with Him.,
then He said
He is Allah, Al-Khaliq, Al-Bari, Al-Musawwir.
Al-Khaliq refers to measuring and proportioning,
Al-Bari refers to inventing and bringing into existence what He has created and measured.
Surely, none except Allah is able to measure, bring forth and create whatever He wills to come to existence.
Al-Khaliq, Al-Bari, Al-Musawwir means, if Allah wills something, He merely says to it
“be” and it comes to existence in the form that He wills and the shape He chooses,
Allah describing Himself as being Al-Musawwir, Who brings into existence anything He wills in the shape and form He decides.
Allah the Exalted said,
To Him belong Al-Asma’ Al-Husna (the Best Names).
The Two Sahihs recorded that Abu Hurayrah said that the Messenger of Allah said,
Allah the Exalted has ninety-nine Names, one hundred less one; whoever then preserves them, will enter Paradise.
Allah is Witr (One) and He likes the Witr. Everything praises and glorifies Allah
All that is in the heavens and the earth glorify Him.
Allah’s statement, and He is Al-`Aziz, The Almighty, meaning, His greatness is never humbled,
Al-Hakim, the All-Wise, in His legislation and decrees.
Allah tells us that He is the only One Who deserves to be loved and worshipped, for there is no god but He, because of His great perfection, all-encompassing kindness and universal control.
Any god other than Him is false and does not deserve an atom’s weight of worship, for it is needy, helpless and imperfect, and has no power to do anything for itself or for anyone else.
Then Allah describes Himself as completely omniscient, for He knows what is hidden from people and what they see.
And he tells us of the comprehensive nature of His mercy, which encompasses all things and reaches every living being.
Then He repeats that He is the only Lord and God of all, and that He is the Sovereign and owner of all things; both the upper and lower realms, and all who dwell in them, belong to Allah, are in need of Him and are under His control.
The Holy, the Most Perfect that is, He is holy and free from all faults, defects and shortcomings, Who is venerated and glorified.
His name the Holy (al-Quddoos) indicates that He is above all shortcomings and that veneration is due to Allah for His attributes and majesty.
The Granter of security, the Watcher over all, the Almighty Who is not overcome or resisted; rather He has subjugated all things and everything submits to Him.
The Compeller Who has subjugated all people, and all creatures submit to Him.
The word translated here as Compeller may also mean the One Who consoles the broken-hearted and makes the poor independent of means.
The Supreme to Whom belong all pride and greatness, and He is far above all faults, wrongdoing and injustice.
Glory be to Allah, [far exalted is He] above having the partners they ascribe to Him.
This is declaring Him, in general terms, to be above all that is ascribed to Him by those who associate others with Him and stubbornly disobey Him.
He is Allah, the Creator, the Maker, the Shaper of all that is created, made and given shape.
These names have to do with creating, controlling and measuring; all of that is for Allah alone, and no partner shares in that with Him.
To Him belong the most beautiful names that is, He has very many names, that cannot be counted and are not known to anyone except Allah Himself.
But despite that, they are all beautiful; in other words, they all refer to attributes of perfection and they are all indicative of the most perfect and greatest of attributes, with no shortcomings of any kind.
Part of their beauty is that Allah loves these names, and He loves those who love them and He loves those of His slaves who call upon Him and ask of Him by them.
Part of His perfection, and proof that to Him belong the most beautiful names and the most sublime attributes, is the fact that everyone in the heavens and on earth is in constant need of Him, they glorify and praise Him, and they ask Him for what they need, and by His grace and kindness, He gives to them in accordance with His mercy and wisdom.
For He is the Almighty, Most Wise; no sooner does He will a thing but it happens, and nothing happens except for a reason and purpose.
Read full surah hashr here.