Indeed those who believe and do good…

be it male or female (4:124), Allah will guide them because of their faith (10:9), answer their prayers and increase for them from His bounty (42:26). Allah will certainly absolve them of their sins (29:7) and admit them among the righteous (29:9). They are the best of creation (98:7) and will have the highest of ranks (20:75). Allah will bestow for them affection (19:96) and admit them into His Mercy. For them is forgiveness, a generous provision and a great, never-ending reward (5:9; 22:50; 34:4; 3:57; 18:2; 35:7; 41:8, 95:6). Their efforts will not be denied nor discounted (21:94), and they will not fear injustice nor deprivation (20:112). That is the absolute triumph (45:30).

Joy awaits them and an excellent place of return (13:29). Paradise (7:42). Lofty dwellings with cool shade, flowing rivers, as entertainment and accommodation (4:57; 10:9; 18:107; 22:14; 22:56; 29:58; 31:8; 47:12). For them is whatever they wish for (42:22). They will have pure spouses, and be adorned with bracelets of gold and pearl, and their garments will be of silk (4:57; 22:23). They will abide therein, forever (2:25; 7:42; 2:82; 4:122). Indeed, all these, for those who have believed and done good.

Removed from their hearts is any bitterness or ill feeling, and they will say, “All praise and thanks be to Allah, who has guided us to this. Had Allah not guided us, we would never have found the way.” (7:43)

Knowledge is the Goodness of this World

Al-Hasan said regarding the verse [al-Baqarah 2:201], “Our Lord! Give us in this world that which is good!”: It is knowledge and worship; “and in the Hereafter that which is good”: It is Paradise. Ibn al-Qayyim said, This is from the best explanations of this verse. Indeed, the greatest of the goodness of this world is beneficial knowledge and good actions. [Miftah dar as-Sa’ada Vol 1/102/397] Because of the importance of knowledge, Allah commanded His Messenger (peace and blessings be upon him) to seek more of it. Allah says, “and say: ‘My Lord! Increase me in knowledge’” [Ta-Ha 20:114] Ibn Hajar commented that this is a clear proof of the excellence of knowledge. This is because Allah did not order the Messenger (peace and blessings be upon him) to request for an increase in anything except for knowledge. [Fath al-Bari 1/141]