19.40. Lo! We inherit the earth and all who are thereon, and unto Us they are returned. (Pickthall)
19.40. Wir erben ja die Erde und wen auf ihr ist, und zu Uns werden sie zurückgebracht. (Ahmad v. Denffer)
19.40. Gewiß, Wir sind es, die Wir die Erde und (all die,) die auf ihr sind, erben werden. Und zu Uns werden sie zurückgebracht. (Bubenheim)
19.40. Wir sind es, die die Erde mit allen und allem darauf erben, und zu Uns werden sie zurückgebracht werden. (Azhar)
19.40. Gewiß, WIR sind Derjenige, Der die Erde und alles auf ihr wieder zu Sich nimmt, und zu Uns werden sie zurückgebracht. 2 (Zaidan)
19.40. Wir (allein) werden die Erde, und (alle) die auf ihr sind, erben. Und zu uns werden sie (dereinst alle) zurückgebracht. (Paret)
19.40. Wir sind es, Die die Erde, und alle, die auf ihr sind, erben werden, und zu Uns werden sie zurückgebracht. (Rasul)
Tafsir von Maududi für die Ayaat 36 bis 40
(And Jesus had declared) "Allah is my Lord and your Lord, so worship Him; this is the Right Way. " ( 23 ) But in spite of this, the sects began to have differences among themselves. ( 24 ) So those who adopted the ways of disbelief shall suffer a horrible woe, when they witness the Great Day. On that Day when they shall appear before Us, their ears and their eyes shall become very sharp, but today these transgressors (neither hear nor see the Truth and) have strayed into manifest deviation. O Muhammad, now that these people are not paying heed and are not believing, warn them of the horrors of the Day, when judgment shall be passed, and they will have nothing left for them but vain regret. Ultimately, We will inherit the Earth and all that is on it, and everyone shall be returned to Us. ( 25 )
Desc No: 23 This declaration by Jesus has been cited to tell the Christians that Jesus also taught the same Doctrine of Tauhid as was taught by all other Prophets. And it was they who had invented the doctrine of shirk by making him the son of God. (Please also refer to Al-i-`Imran (III): E.N. 68, and Al-Ma'idah (V): E.N.'s 100, 101 and 130).
Desc No: 24 That is, the sects of the Christians.
Desc No: 25 Here the address which was meant to be delivered before King Negus and his courtiers comes to an end. In the Introduction to this Surah, we have already stated the historical background of this address. In order to form an idea of its great significance, it should be kept in mind that: (a) this address was sent down at the time when the persecuted Muslims of Makkah were going to migrate to a Christian kingdom so that they may present before the Christians the true Islamic creed about Prophet Jesus. This shows that the Muslims under no circumstances should conceal the Truth; (b) it shows a most wonderful moral courage of the Muslim Migrants to Habash that they recited this address in the royal court at the critical moment, when the courtiers who had been bribed were bent on handing them over to their enemies. They indeed were faced with the real threat that this frank Islamic criticism of the basic articles of the Christian Faith might turn the king against them and he might hand them over to the Quraish. But in spite of this, they presented the whole truth before the king without the least hesitation. "